The Department of Electrical Engineering at Southern Taiwan University was established in 1969. Presently there are 37 faculty members actively engaging in research and teaching in three fields of expertise: Control and IC, Power and Information, Biomedical Electronics. As of June 2007, the enrollment of EE department was 1101, including 989 in the undergraduate program and 112 in the graduate program. STUT EE Department is offering programs which award BS, MS, and Doctoral degrees.
According to a May 2007 issue of Evaluation, a bimonthly publication dedicated to evaluation and accreditation of higher education in Taiwan, in a survey based on the data from ISI Web of Science from 2002 to 2006, STUT’s EE Department ranked 15th on both “total number of papers”and “total number of citations”categories among all Electrical Engineering Departments in Taiwan. Since 2000, STUT’s EE Department constantly ranked among the top EE Departments of private universities in the number of research grants from the National Science Council of Taiwan.
In 2006, our undergraduate program was accredited by IEET, the Taiwanese counterpart of ABET, which is also a Signatory of the Washington Accord. Our graduate program was accredited by the same institution in 2008.
In August 2007, STUT’s EE Department extended the warmest welcome to students from around the globe and started the international master’s program. It is our hope that this program will play a vital role, not only on the STUT campus but also in the regional cooperation throughout Asia and beyond.
Curricula of the International Master’s Program in Electrical Engineering
Department of Electrical Engineering, Southern Taiwan University
- Minimum course credits for the master's degree 26, including 2 obligatory course credits, 24 elective course credits. 6 thesis credits are also required in addition to the aforementioned course credits.
- Prior to graduation, students in this program must complete 24 elective course credits from courses offered by the Department of Electrical Engineering, Southern Taiwan University (referred to as “this department” in the rest of the notes herein.)
- Course credits obtained outside this department may be counted as course credits for the master's degree only if they are approved by the chair of this department.
- Each graduate student must present the written proof of acceptance of a paper submission in a refereed conference or journal before applying for the thesis defense. Such proofs will be examined by the departmental committee of academic affairs.
- Elective courses may be subject to change.
- The grade for thesis credits is the average of grades given by the thesis defense committee members. The graduation grade is the weighted average of the grades of course credits and the grade of thesis credits.
How to Apply
In order to apply, please submit the following:
- Application Form
- Official Graduation Diploma AND Academic Transcript or Marks Sheet
- Health Certificate
- Letters of Recommendation
- An Official Financial Statement of Personal Savings
- Statement of Purpose or Personal Essay
- Proof of Language Proficiency
The following proficiency exams are accepted: TOEFL (minimum 500, iBT 61), TOEIC (minimum 650) or IELTS (minimum 5.0).
- Other relevant documents or awards that might promote your application
- SPM, STPM or UEC Transcript (for Malaysian Senior High School Students Only)
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