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Graduate Institute of Electro-Optical Engineering

Graduate Programs

We are committed to quality higher education and advanced research. Interdisciplinary collaborations with domestic or international partners are highly encouraged. The program will keep expanding moderately in the next few years by recruiting new faculty members, purchasing modern instruments, and admitting talented graduate students. The program has an annual admission capacity as listed below.

 

 

M.S. degree program: 28

Ph.D. degree program: 2 (via Dept of Electronic Engineering)

 

The program offers both exam and non-exam admission paths. The following information may be useful for those who are interested in taking the entrance examination.

 

Subjects for examination:

Required-- Engineering Mathematics

Optional—Electronics, Modern Physics, and Electromagnetism (choose one out of the three)

 

References:

Engineering Mathematics: Advanced Engineering Mathematics by E. Kreyzig

General Physics: Fundamentals of Physics by D. Halliday and R. Resnick

Electronics: Microelectronic Circuits by A. S. Sedra and K. C. Smith

Modern Physics: Concept of Modern Physics by Arthur Beiser

Materials Science: Materials Science and Engineering, An Introduction by W. D. Callister

Course Map [ 2013-11-29 ]