College of Engineering

Organization profile

Organization profile

The College of Engineering at NCU was founded in 1969. In the past five decades, the College has developed comprehensive disciplinary areas and organization structure in engineering education. It consists of one interdisciplinary program of engineering, three departments, seven graduate institutes, two degree programs, seven research centers, and one high-resolution analytical instrumentation center. In accordance with the goals of Taiwan's six core strategic industries and the Sustainable Development Goals of the United Nations, the College develops four main research areas: Energy Technology, Intelligent System, Functional Materials, and Environmental Sustainability. The College is committed to 1) cultivate well-rounded professionals making contributions to the society; 2) emphasize academic research, to create knowledge, and to continuously lead technology advances; 3) deliver academic excellence, to serve our communities, to connect with the world, to promote sustainable development in the society, and to further enhance our research and development capacities.


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