National Taipei University of Technology (NTUT) is one of the first few colleges funded in Taiwan nearly 100 years ago. The NTUT’s Electrical Engineering program, one of the first kind established in Taiwan, was formed in 1912.
Today, the College of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science (EECS) is home to four departments, 100 faculty members, and more than 2,700 students. About one quarter of all NTUT students are enrolled in this College.
The four academic departments under this college are Departments of Electrical Engineering, Electronic Engineering, Computer Science and Information Engineering, and Electro-Optical Engineering. Each of them offers Ph.D., Master of Science (MS), and Bachelor of Science (BS) degrees.
We emphasize quality in teaching and research. All our undergraduate and graduate programs will soon be accredited by the Institute of Engineering Education Taiwan (IEET), recognized by the Washington Accord. The s e programs provide students knowledge of fundamental principles and innovative technologies through a rigorous curriculum of theory and applications.
The graduate program has over 140 Ph.D. students and about 700 Master students in total. EECS is a broad and expanding field. We have strong research and industrial programs. The faculty members are actively developing technologies ranging from devices to systems, from software to hardware, and from algorithms to implementation.