|Course ID||Course Name||Credits||Hours||Level||Note|
|1||1||△||1001002||Physical Education||0.0||2||1 / 4|
|1||1||△||1101007||All-Out Defense Education||0.0||1|
|1||1||△||1400038||English Communication and Application I (ECA Courses)||2.0||3|
|1||1||△||1400100||Campus Custodial Services||0.0||1|
|1||1||△||1400102||First step to achieving the goals of universities and Engineering Ethics||1.0||2|
|1||1||△||1420001||College designated dimension curriculum：Humanities and Art||2.0||2||1 / 2|
|1||1||▲||1401032||Calculus||3.0||3||1 / 2|
|1||1||▲||1401041||Physics||3.0||3||1 / 2|
|1||1||▲||1401043||Physics Lab.||1.0||3||1 / 2|
|1||1||▲||3601005||Digital Logic Design||3.0||3|
|1||1||▲||5901202||Introduction to Computer Science||3.0||3||◇|
|1||1||★||8200001||Introduction to Programming||2.0||3|
|1||1||★||C501001||Electrical Engineering and Information Technology||1.0||1|
|1||2||△||1001002||Physical Education||0.0||2||2 / 4|
|1||2||△||1400039||English Communication and Application II (ECA Courses)||2.0||3|
|1||2||△||1404007||Practical Application of Chinese Language||2.0||2|
|1||2||△||1420003||College designated dimension curriculum：Nature and Science||2.0||2||1 / 2|
|1||2||▲||1401032||Calculus||3.0||3||2 / 2|
|1||2||▲||1401041||Physics||3.0||3||2 / 2|
|1||2||▲||1401043||Physics Lab.||1.0||3||2 / 2|
|1||2||☆||1102009||All-Out Defense Education||1.0||1|
|2||1||△||1001002||Physical Education||0.0||2||3 / 4|
|2||1||△||1420001||College designated dimension curriculum：Humanities and Art||2.0||2||2 / 2|
|2||1||△||1420004||College designated dimension curriculum：Innovation and Entrepreneurship||2.0||2||1 / 2|
|2||1||△||14E0003||English for Specific Purposes (ESP Course)||2.0||2||1 / 2|
|2||1||▲||3102091||Electronics Lab. (I)||1.0||3||◆|
|2||1||▲||3602001||Engineering Mathematics (I)||3.0||3|
|2||1||▲||3602002||Circuit Theory (I)||3.0||3|
|2||1||★||3103064||Signals and Systems||3.0||3|
|2||1||★||6503303||Electromagnetic field and waves(I)||3.0||3|
|2||2||△||1001002||Physical Education||0.0||2||4 / 4|
|2||2||△||1420003||College designated dimension curriculum：Nature and Science||2.0||2||2 / 2|
|2||2||△||1420004||College designated dimension curriculum：Innovation and Entrepreneurship||2.0||2||2 / 2|
|2||2||△||14E0003||English for Specific Purposes (ESP Course)||2.0||2||2 / 2|
|2||2||▲||3102092||Electronics Lab. (II)||1.0||3||◆|
|2||2||★||3602005||Engineering Mathematics (II)||3.0||3|
|2||2||★||3602059||Circuit Theory (II)||3.0||3|
|2||2||★||6503304||Electromagnetic field and waves(II)||3.0||3|
|2||2||★||6503309||Introduction to Optoelectronic Engineering||3.0||3|
|3||1||△||1420005||Optional dimension curriculum||2.0||2|
|3||1||△||1420006||Optional dimension curriculum||2.0||2|
|3||1||▲||6503010||Special Projects (I)||1.0||3|
|3||1||▲||6503301||Experiments for Opto-electronic experiments(I)||1.0||3|
|3||1||★||6503101||Opto-electronic Methods in Precision Measurement||3.0||3|
|3||1||★||6503102||Introduction to Biophotonics Engineering||3.0||3|
|3||1||★||6503104||Signals and Systems||3.0||3|
|3||2||△||1420007||Optional dimension curriculum||2.0||2|
|3||2||▲||6503110||Electromagnetism and modern physics lab||1.0||3|
|3||2||▲||6503302||Experiments for Opto-electronic experiments(II)||1.0||3|
|3||2||▲||6504002||Special Projects (II)||1.0||3|
|3||2||★||6502008||Electronics Lab. (I)||1.0||3|
|3||2||★||6503011||Optical system design||3.0||3|
|3||2||★||6503105||Engineering Mathematics (IV)||3.0||3|
|3||2||★||6503106||Theory and Applications of Optical Fibers||3.0||3|
|3||2||★||6503107||Introduction to Semiconductor Processings||3.0||3|
|3||2||★||6503108||Application of Optical System Design||3.0||3|
|3||2||★||6503510||Optical Fiber Communication||3.0||3|
|4||1||★||6503005||Electronics Lab. (II)||1.0||3|
|4||1||★||6504101||Solid State Physics(I)||3.0||3|
|4||1||★||6504103||Semiconductor Device and Physics||3.0||3|
|4||1||★||6504104||Introduction to Integrated Optics||3.0||3|
|4||1||★||6504105||Introduction to Quantum Mechanics||3.0||3|
|4||1||★||6504106||Introduction to Lasers||3.0||3|
|4||1||★||6504107||Introduction to Materials Science||3.0||3|
|4||1||★||6504108||Introduction to Image Processing||3.0||3|
|4||1||★||6504536||Introduction to Fourier optics||3.0||3|
|4||1||★||6504550||Dialux Lighting Design||3.0||3|
|4||2||★||6504109||Electro-Optical System Design||3.0||3|
|4||2||★||6504110||Introduction Flat Panel Display||3.0||3|
|4||2||★||6504111||Optical Machinery Desinged Practice||3.0||3|
|4||2||★||6504112||Fiber Optical CATV Systems||3.0||3|
|4||2||★||6504113||Introduction to Optical Thin Film||3.0||3|
|4||2||★||6504114||Engineering of Sensor and Transducer||3.0||3|
|4||2||★||6504115||Introduction to Optical Information Processing||3.0||3|
|4||2||★||6504545||The obtainment and application of the property of high-tech patent||3.0||3|
|4||2||★||6504548||Flat Panel Display||3.0||3|
1.Minimum credits for graduation: 133.|
2.University Common Required Credits: 33; Major Required Credits: 48; Major Elective Credits: 52 credits (at most 21 Elective credits of cross-disciplinary courses may be approved to be eligible for graduate credits). Taking courses from the corresponding Electrical Engineering department is regarding as major elective credits; taking other courses not from the corresponding Electrical Engineering department is regarding as cross-disciplinary credits.
3.The seven fundamental courses as demanded by the College of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science include: Circuit Theory I, Circuit Theory II, Electronics I, Electronics II, Linear Algebra, Probability, and Digital Logic Design. Student who receives a failing grade of any of those fundamental courses for the first time is allowed to enroll in and take the same course offered by the departments in the College of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science for the graduate requirements.
4.Junior and Senior students in this program, according to his/her major, can take major elective courses from the corresponding department without limitation of his/her year of university.
5.Experiments for Opto-electronic Experiments Course is a continuous course. If a student does not take Experiments for Opto-electronic Experiments (I), he (or she) cannot select Experiments for Opto-electronic Experiments (II).
6.All undergraduate students are required to reach the minimum level of English proficiency or above as one of the necessary requirements for graduation. For more details on the relevant standards of English proficiency, please consult with the website of the Office of Academic Affairs, National Taipei University of Technology.
7.For the students who take "double-degree" program and go abroad to attend courses in partner schools, their courses should be confirmed as graduation credits by the department chairman or department curriculum committee, subject to the provisions of the agreement.
8.Symbol ◆ represents Teaching of Technical Fundamentals - Fundamental Experiment Classes that include Computer Programming, Electronics Lab (I), and Electronics Lab (II).
Symbol ◇ represents Teaching of Technical Fundamentals - Fundamental Classes include Introduction to Computer Science, Electronics (I), and Electronics (II).
9.The excess credits (more than 9 credits) from the courses "Intern Practice", will not be counted into graduation credits. Students who take "Intern Practice" have an exemption on the common required course "Internships". However, students should take other major elective credits
for fulfilling the "Internships" credits.
10.Students from foreign countries, Hong Kong, and Macao, whose graduating schools are comparable in level and nature to Taiwan’s senior high schools and whose graduating year is equivalent to the 2nd grade of Taiwan’s senior high schools (according to the admission rule 18-1) should take 12 more department major required credits for graduation.
11.The dimension credits stipulated by each college are as follows：College of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science： 4 credits for the humanities and art curriculum, 4 credits for the nature and science curriculum, and 4 credits for the innovation and entrepreneurship curriculum.
After completing 12 credits from the dimensional curriculum designated by the college, the remaining 6 credits are open for selection from these curriculums：humanities and art; Social and Rules of Law; nature and science; innovation and entrepreneurship, until a total of 18 credits of general curriculum are completed for graduation.
12.Before graduating, a student must finish the following cross-disciplinary courses. A student must take at least one course with at least 2 credits offered by the other three departments in the College of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science. A student must take at least two courses from other departments outside the College of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science for at least 6 credits, including: cross campus courses, professional on the job English transition project serious courses, last-mile courses, cross-disciplinary special project courses, and courses offered by the administration for the priority projects. Alternatively, a student must take at least three courses from other departments outside the College of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science for at least 8 credits. Those credits count for cross-disciplinary courses. In addition, it is not allowed to take those course offered by other department that the major department of the student also offers the same course. When necessary, credits earned from other departments can be cumulated without limits.
13.In addition, for those students who have finished the secondary expertise modular courses, are regarded as fulfilling the foregoing cross-disciplinary learning courses.
14.This course guide is effective for students admitted in 2022 fall.