Electromagnetics Ⅰ (3-3-0), Ⅱ (3-3-0)
Students learn analysis methods for static electricity and magnetic phenomena and the basic concepts of electro-magnetic fields through understanding of the Maxwell equation.
Circuit Theory Ⅰ (3-3-0), Ⅱ (3-3-0)
Electrical circuits in the electrical engineering that are required for mechanical engineers, power system engineers, and automotive engineers. The topics include fundamentals of electric circuits, resistive network analysis, equivalent circuits, AC network analysis, frequency response, amplifies, and digital logic circuits.
Electrical Engineering Experiment. (2-0-4)
Students experience the right operating method for basic measuring equipment such as voltage meters, current meters, and testers and understand most electrical phenomena through learning the organization of electrical circuits and measurement.
Digital Circuit Lab (2-0-4)
Students improve the experimental skills and application abilities of the gates, flip-flop circuits, counters, and registers which are essential elements for digital design.
Electronics Engineering (3-3-0)
Students understand the basic property and operating principles about semiconductor elements and improve their analysis and design ability of the basic electronic circuit.
Digital Circuit Design (3-3-0)
Students learn the theory and application of all fields of digital logic from the basic logic gate circuits to the computer circuits.
Engineering Mathematics (3-3-0)
This class covers the basic mathematics which are applied to engineering calculation, for example, differential equations, Laplace transform, complex variables and matrix.
Experiment of Electronic Circuits (2-0-4)
Students understand most electrical and electronic circuit phenomena through understanding the property and principles of the basic electronic parts and improve the design ability of electronic circuits.
Electronic Circuits (3-3-0)Based on the special knowledge obtained from the Electronics and Semiconductor Device course, students improve their design ability and their measuring ability of electronic circuits.
Programing Language (3-2-2)
This course covers object oriented programing, the most popular C++ language and the basic principles and composition elements of program completion.
Electrical Materials and Components (3-3-0)
This course covers the physical properties of conducting, semi-conducting, and non-conducting materials by understanding the basic concepts of the atomic composition and energy, chemical bond, molecular composition and array which are the basic elements of electrical materials.
Applied Mathematics (3-3-0)
This course considers the various approaches of mathematics learnt previously and examines the basics and principles for advanced learning. The class lets students get accustomed to mathematical terminology so students are prepared for future research in science and technology areas.
Electrical Machinery Experiment (2-0-4)
This course covers the principles of the generator and alternator, operating and connecting methods of the various instruments and the treating ability of large equipment.
Power Engineering (3-3-0)
The course covers the basic concepts of the power system treatment of the generation and flow of power, and the composition and property of a power system.
Electrical Machines Ⅰ (3-3-0)
This course covers the energy conversion between electrical and mechanical energy, basic principles and control techniques of DC machines, the property of control power sources and understanding how power electronics can be applied in the field of control operation of electrical machinery.
Control Engineering (3-3-0)
Students learn the mathematical modeling of physical systems, transfer function and signal flow diagrams and state variable and expressions.
Electromagnetic Field (3-3-0)
This course systemizes, theoretically, the basic property and law used in electrical engineering, covering vector analysis, analysis of magnetic field, Maxwell equation and electromagnetic waves.
This course covers the basic composition and operational principles of computers, computer interfaces, outer interface circuits, I/O equipment and function of the controller.
Semiconductor Engineering (3-3-0)
Students understand the physical properties and basic operational principles of semiconductor materials and devices. They learn the manufacturing process techniques of integrated circuits and various semiconductor devices such as diode, BJT, FET, and optodevice.
Object Oriented Programing Languages (3-2-2)
This course covers the concepts and characteristics of object oriented language, object oriented elements of C++ including the concepts of class and window programing technique by Visual C++.
Electrical and Electronics and Communications Education Theory (3-3-0)
We can grow the level of Electric,Electronic,Telecommunication education through understanding the goals and objectives of the foundation curriculum training and cultivate the ability to which courses are selected in Junior high and high school, based on self-paced curriculum and research how to adapt to field.
Field Training (2-0-4)
Students apply the theory they have learned and experiment in the industrial field and analyze the differences between theory and the field.
Automatic Control Lab (2-0-4)
Students learn the control methods of various electrical systems by understanding the general property of feedback control and by studying the improvement of control function and the application ability of automation.
Power Transmission Engineering (3-3-0)
The course covers the electrical equivalent circuit and integrated circuit of the basic equipment of power transmission systems, calculation methods of characteristic constant for the circuits, property of power transmission lines, SCADA (Supervisort Control and Data Acquisition) systems and DAS(Distribution Automation System).
Electrical Machines Ⅱ (3-3-0)
This course covers the transformer: basic principles and structures, ideal and real transformers and equivalent circuits, and the induction machine: operating principles and structures, principles and role of rotating systems, equivalent circuits and characteristic analysis.
Control System Analysis (3-3-0)
Students learn the signal conversion of generators, treatment equipment for water supply and drainage, processor and automation systems and PID control, distribution control, various control methods, system characteristic analysis and safety.
Illumination Engineering (3-3-0)
Students learn the illumination theory based on the radiation theory of light and optical design for illumination mechanisms, and about improving the operational ability of the indoor and outdoor illumination equipment.
Power Electronics (3-3-0)
Students learn the operational principles and switching methods of the thyristor, switching circuit and control rectification, inverter circuits and converter circuits.
Process Control (3-3-0)
This course covers the basic concepts of control systems, thermal control, fluid speed control, pressure control, liquid level control, system analysis and design, PID control and nonlinear control.
Logical Writing for Electrical and Electronics and Communications Education (3-3-0)
We select subject of the teaching method about the content in textbook used by Electrical and Electronical communications, and discuss agenda.
Integrate Design of Originality Ⅰ (3-3-0), Ⅱ (3-3-0)
Students design a product or system process based on the course work previously studied.
Power Electronics Lab (2-0-4)
Students practice experiments to learn the operational principles and switching methods of the thyristor, switching circuits and control rectifications, inverter circuits and converter circuits.
Electric Motor Application (3-3-0)
This course covers characteristic analysis of electrical motors, acceleration time and temperature raise property, control methods, structures of control systems, and operating methods.
Electric Motor Control (3-3-0)
Students study the operational principles and mathematical modeling for dynamical characteristic analysis of various motors such as the BLDC motor, step motors and position, torque, and velocity control are also covered.
Digital Control System (3-3-0)
This course covers the introduction of digital control, signal conversion and processing, state equation representation, stability of discrete system and simulation of control systems.
Electrical Installation Design (3-2-2)
Students learn drawing and specification writing methods by using various data, the design ability for the given criteria and creative design ability.
Sequential Control (3-2-2)
Students understand the operational principles of the various sequential machines, and then improve the design ability for control circuits without contact points composed of semiconductor elements.
Methods and Materials Teaching in Electrical and Electronics and CommunicationsEducation (3-3-0)
We learn the tactical on how to write opinions and lead to the way of thinking and inference reasonably for Electric and Electronic and Telecommunication education.
Computer Aided Design (3-2-2)
This course covers the theory and experiments about automation design needed in order to effectively and economically use electrical drawings.
Principles of Management (3-3-0)
This is the basic course in management with the purpose of seeking the overall understanding of the corporate system that is the basis of the free market economy and basic concepts for a changing corporate environment. Management principles and management techniques in contemporary business as well as decision-making oriented management are taught.
Electrical Application Lab (2-0-4)
Students learn the basic property and operational principles for all electrical equipment, understand the property of illumination, electrical heat, and motors and improve the application ability of power systems.
High Voltage Engineering (3-3-0)
This course covers the theory of high voltage generation, the measurement of high voltage and application fields. It also covers the discharge phenomena of solid and liquid, high voltage machines.
Energy Conversion Engineering (3-3-0)
This course covers the mathematical modeling for physical phenomena, mutual conversion principles for energy conversion machineries, understanding of the property for energy conversion machineries of rotational and fixed types.
Signal and System (3-3-0)
This course covers the Fourier series, spectrum density, impulse response, filtering, analog analysis methods, random signals, probability and statistics.
Electrical Installation and Codes (3-3-0)
Students learn various electrical laws including the Electricity Enterprises Act in order to fit the supply and demand of electrical power and prevent electrical accidents.
The gained knowledge through majors education can be used and applied in the industrial field, learning the lack of knowledge and then foster the ability to working with cooperation in industrial field