Undergraduate Program Teaching Features

  • The Department aims to strengthen the association between practical engineering courses and national and social trends through curriculum design, discussions and forums, research projects, visitation and internship, and employment counseling.

  • The Department employs numerous professional teachers recruited through the “Flexible Salary Program” co-launched by the Ministry of Education and the Ministry of Science and Technology to provide students with more diverse and professional training.

  • The Department accepts students from Hong Kong, Macau, and China to actively create cross-strait exchange and internship opportunities, as well as overseas employment opportunities after graduation.

  • The Department provides adequate fundamental computer training to students, assisting students in applying cutting-edge information technology into the field of civil engineering.

  • The Department forms alliance with industries to provide students with internship and pre-employment preparation opportunities.

  • The Department offers interdisciplinary courses for students to improve abilities required by the employment market.

 

Graduate Program Teaching Features

The specializations under the civil engineering framework comprise transportation engineering, environmental engineering, hydraulic engineering, geotechnical engineering, and structural stress. The features of the civil engineering graduate program are as follows:

  • The Department maintains a balance between engineering and management, as well as research and practice, offering students the opportunity to participate in research or practice projects.

  • The Department offers students the opportunity to improve their professional interdisciplinary abilities through inter-department, inter-school, or cross-country cooperative projects of their preference.

  • The Department values academic research and industry-university cooperation, actively promoting the collaboration and exchange with various renowned domestic and international universities.

  • In response to disaster prevention trends, the Department endeavors to highlight local features, coordinate integrated research pertaining to landslide and earthquake disaster prevention, and cultivate technical professionals in disaster prevention.

  • The Department provides large, multifunctional laboratories for disaster prevention research and large experimental flumes to accommodate the development of internationally acclaimed research.

  • The Department uses advanced nanotechnology to research environment pollution testing and analysis and remediation.

  • In response to international environmental protection trends, the Department develops techniques to produce biomass energy and biodegradable plastics from recycled waste.

 

Postgraduate Program Teaching Features

The specializations under the civil engineering framework comprise transportation engineering, environmental engineering, hydraulic engineering, geotechnical engineering, and structural stress. The features of the civil engineering postgraduate program are as follows:

  • The Department maintains a balance between engineering and management, as well as research and practice, offering students the opportunity to participate in research projects, practice projects, or teaching work.

  • The Department offers students the opportunity to improve their professional interdisciplinary abilities through inter-department, inter-school, or cross-country cooperative projects of their preference.

  • The Department values academic research and industry-university cooperation, actively promoting the collaboration and exchange with various renowned domestic and international universities.

  • In response to disaster prevention trends, the Department endeavors to highlight local features, coordinate integrated research pertaining to landslide and earthquake disaster prevention, and cultivate technical professionals in disaster prevention.

  • The Department provides large, multifunctional laboratories for disaster prevention research and large experiment flumes to accommodate the development of internationally acclaimed research.

  • The Department uses advanced nanotechnology to research environment pollution testing techniques and wastewater/underground water remediation.

  • In response to international environmental protection trends, the Department develops techniques to produce biomass energy and biodegradable plastics from recycled waste.

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