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     National Kaohsiung First University of Science and Technology

Introduction

Department of Computer and
Communication Engineering

Introduction to the Department

The Department of Computer and Communication Engineering (CCE), located in First Campus, offers four-year bachelor program (since 1995), master program (since 1998) and doctoral program (since 2001) in Computer and Communication Engineering. In accordance with the demands of advanced industrial manpower for research and development in information and communications engineering, the CCE Department offers multiple courses from first-year to graduate level, encompassing all areas of computer and communication engineering. We also have a vibrant research program, at both the graduate and undergraduate levels.

The CCE Department, established in 1995, has been through the stages of National Institute of Technology at Kaohsiung (19951998) and National Kaohsiung First University of Science and Technology (19982018). On February 1, 2018, National Kaohsiung First University of Science and Technology merged with two other Universities, National Kaohsiung University of Applied Sciences and National Kaohsiung Marine University, to form a new National Kaohsiung University of Science and Technology (NKUST). The CCE Department is currently under the College of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science.

 

Educational Mission

The educational objectives include:

1. To equip students with abilities in computer and communication engineering.

2. To cultivate capabilities of analysis and practical work.

3. To cultivate capabilities of teamwork and collaboration.

4. To cultivate proficiency in English.

      

Department Features

  • Features in teaching
  • Emphasis on the linkages between the required and optional courses.
  • Emphasis on learning and certificate acquisition.
  • Annual capstone project competition—emphasis of capabilities in integration of theoretic work and practical skills.
    • Features in research
  • Emphasis of key research directions with teamwork.
  • Strive for support and collaboration from industry.
  • Consolidated relationship with domestic/international industrial partners through experienced and enthusiastic faculty members.
    • Features in courses
  • Practical exercises: weekly lab sessions.
  • Flexibility: focus on analysis, design and implementation.
  • Inspiration: emphasis on development of ideas and innovation.

  • Features in mentoring
  • Regular meetings between mentors and students: emphasis of academic advisors.
  • Focus of the pre-warning system on students’ academic performance.
  • Establishment of pre-graduation credits checking advisory system.

Career Directions

With a degree in computer and communication engineering, our alumni find work in a wide range of sectors including electronics, telecommunications, IT, aerospace, automotive and energy, including system engineers, multimedia design engineers, communication system engineers, computer network engineers, IC design engineers, computer programmers, network security specialists, etc. In accordance with the rapid development of information and communication technologies, the CCE Department leads the pace and provides our students with state-of-the-art professional training to face the technical challenges and meet the demands at work.