Special Subjects

the 1st & 2nd Semester

  • Electrical Circuits I
  • Vector Analysis
  • Introduction II of Electrical and Electronics Engineering
  • Introduction I of Electrical and Electronics Engineering
  • Electromagnetics I
  • Differential Equation
  • Introductive Laboratory of Electrical and Electronics Engineering
  • Electrical Circuits II
  • Practice of Electrical Circuit
  • Practice of Electromagnetics
  • Electromagnetics II

the 3rd & 4th Semester

  • Fourier Analysis
  • Laboratory I of Electrical and Electronics Engineering
  • Laboratory II of Electrical and Electronics Engineering
  • Electronic Circuits I
  • Theory of Complex Function
  • Logic Circuits
  • Statistical Physics
  • Algorithms and Data Structures
  • Exercises in Computer Programming
  • Geometrical Optics
  • Solid State Physics I
  • Quantum Mechanics
  • Probability and Statistics
  • Numerical Analysis Theory
  • Computer Architecture

the 5th & 6th Semester

  • Computer Software Engineering
  • Practice of mathematics for Electrical and Electronics Engineering
  • Solid State physics II
  • Electrical Machinery and Apparatus
  • Practice of Electronic Circuits
  • Applied Practice of Electric and Electronics Engineering
  • Laboratory III of Electrical and Electronics Engineering
  • lectronic Circuits II
  • Signal Processing
  • Power Electronics I
  • Control Engineering
  • Communication Engineering
  • Modern Control Theory
  • Semiconductor Engineering
  • Electromagnetic Wave Engineering
  • Wave Optics
  • Image Engineering
  • Optical Communication Engineering
  • Power Electronics II
  • Electric Power System Engineering
  • Practice of Circuit Design with CAD
  • Regulation and Management
  • Optoelectronics
  • Exercises in Mathematical Computer Programming

the 7th & 8th Semester

  • Measurement Engineering
  • Information and Communication Systems
  • Laws and regulations in information communication
  • Image Processing
  • Research Project

Curriculum Policy

Electrical, Electronic and Photonic Engineering take significant roles in system of technology. To find interest and concern, to develop self-ability, to practice the learning and to think career design, it is necessary to study special fundamental knowledge enough and to master flexible applicable ability.

In the department of Electrical and Electronic Engineering, "Electromagnetics", "Electrical Circuits", "Electronic Circuits" and "Applied Mathematics for Electrical and Electronic Engineering" are fundamental specials. They are common subjects to learn for all students. Other selective special subjects construct the applicable special fields which are "Electronic System", "Optical System", "Communication System", "Electronic Device" and "Environment Energy System". These subjects are arranged each special field. Department curriculum is designed flexibly and seamlessly to navigate students who learn from the fundamental special subjects to the selective special subjects as they need.

Thinking of concern to subjects and career design enough, students are asked to have the own plan to learn special knowledge of Electrical, Electronic and Photonic Engineering systematically and effectively in 8 semesters.