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National Formosa University Electronics Technology Program Installation Detailed Rules    Download

Adopted on College Course Meeting, Feb 22, 2008

Adopted on University Senate, Feb 29, 2008

                                                                                                                     4th Academic Affairs Meeting, Jun 10, 2008

1. Electronics technology program (this program) installation detailed rules are based on NFU program installation guidelines.

2. The purpose of this program stresses proactive and creative electronics technology area. We cultivate required basic technology and knowledge during university, hoping to cultivate talent people for our country.

3. This program has one convener who is responsible for overall arrangement toward related program affairs.

4. This program is planed by NFUDEE and assisted by department of electrical engineering and computer science & information engineering. The convener is responsible for administrative affairs.

5. All students of the departments at the NFU can apply for this program. Students who apply for this program should ask for the agreement from their original departments. After this, get the document to the convener, then to the Office of Academic Affairs for reference.

6. The required credits of this program is at least 20 credits, which include required courses 6 credits, elective courses 14 credits at least. At least six credits of the courses don’t belong to the required courses of student’s major department, minor department, or other programs.

7. The courses of this program include basic and core courses of electronics technology. They are listed below:

Program Required/ Elective

Course Title and Credit

Unit of course delivery

Required coursesI

Electronics (3 credits), Electronics (I) (3 credits), Electronics (I on) (3 credits), Electronic Circuits (3 credits). Choose one from the four

NFU Each Department

Required coursesII

Digital Logic Design (3 credits), Digital System Design (3 credits), Logic Design (3 credits), Digital Logic (3 credits). Choose one from the four

NFU Each Department

Elective coursesIII

Computer Organization (3 credits), Assembly Language (3 credits), Computer Architecture (3 credits), Microprocessors (3credits), Computer Network (3 credits), Programming (3credits). Choose one from the six

NFU Each Department

Elective coursesIV

Interface Technique (3credits), Single Ship Application (3credits), Embedded System (3credits), System-on-a-Chip Application (3credits), Introduction to VLSI (3credits), FPGA Design (3credits). Choose one from the six

NFU Each Department

Elective coursesV

Introduction to Semiconductor (3 credits), Semiconductor Physics (3 credits), Semiconductor Device (3 credits), Electronic Material (3 credits), Integrated Circuit Manufacture (3 credits), Introduction to Solid-state Physics (3 credits). Choose one from the six

NFU Each Department

Elective coursesVI

Electromagnetics (3 credits), Communication System (3 credits), Digital Communication (3 credits), Signal and System (3 credits), Communication of Optical Fiber (3 credits), Microwave Engineering (3 credits). Choose one from the six

NFU Each Department

Elective coursesVII

Digital Image Processing (3 credits), Digital Signal Processing (3 credits), Introduction to Biomedical Engineering (3 credits), Control System (3 credits), Power Electronics (3 credits). Choose one from the five

NFU Each Department

Elective coursesVIII

Introduction To Electro-optical Engineering (3 credits), Introduction to Panel Display Engineering (3 credits), Technology and Applications of Thin Films (3 credits), Sensors (3 credits), Introduction to Integrated Circuit Design (3 credits). Choose one from the five

NFU Each Department

8. The grades of students’ each course will be calculated into the average grade of each term and as the credit upper limit of each term. If the course belongs to the major courses of students’ department, the credits will be taken as the graduation credit.

9. After passing the investigation, this program will apply “Certificate of Attending Electronic Technology” for the students who are allowed to take the courses of this program and have taken the courses and gain the credits from regulations No. six and No. seven.

10. If there is anything that is not stipulated in this Detailed Rules, it will be transacted according to NFU program installation guidelines and related regulations.

11. This Detailed Rules is passed during the NFU Academic Affairs senate and then reported to the school principal. So is the revision.


National Formosa University Program Installation Guidelines

Program Application Form