A2: The Department of Mechanical Engineering focuses on improving green energy, welfare engineering and medical electro-mechanical field.
A3: a. Graduate students must pass all of the required courses and obtain the required graduation credits.
b. Graduate students must complete all the core units of the Research Ethics Education Course offered by the Center for Taiwan Academic Research Ethics, then pass the final test, and obtain the certificate of course enrollment with a minimum six hours.
c. Graduate students must publish at least one paper in a domestic or overseas journal or conference.
d. Graduate students must pass the Department’s graduation requirements of English proficiency of the master’s programs.
e. Graduate students must pass the thesis defense.
Q4: How many credits are required to meet the graduation requirement
A4: ?Graduate students must acquire 4 credits from five required courses and 23 credits from the elective courses. The detailed requirement can be found on the official website.
Q5: What is the English graduation requirement for a master's student in the Department of Mechanical Engineering?
A5: Graduate students must obtain one of the following certificates before graduation.
a. TOEFL Internet-Based Test (IBT): 60 or higher.
b. TOEIC: 550 or higher.
c. CSEPT: 230 or higher.
d. GEPT: Intermediate.
e. Other English proficiency tests recognized by the Curriculum Committee.
A6: Please fill out the application form and submit it to the Mechanical Engineering Department Office one month before your thesis proposal or defense.
Q7: How do I apply for a domestic conference grant?
A7: Please fill out the application form and submit it to the Mechanical Engineering Department Office two weeks before the conference.
A8: Please fill out the "Laboratory Research Application Form," "Evening and Holiday Laboratory Research Application Form," and "Declaration Form." Then, have them signed by your advisor, the laboratory supervisor, and the department chair. After completing the forms, submit them to the technician of the Department of Mechanical Engineering.
Q9: How do I borrow equipment from the Department of Mechanical Engineering?
A9: Please find the technician to fill out the borrowing form. If you have other questions, consult the technician.
Q10: How should I report equipment damage?
A10: If the equipment you are using is damaged, you should inform the person responsible for that equipment, and you may also consult the technician for assistance.