Major: Metal Material Engineering

Program Educational Objectives: To provide educational experiences which challenge students to:

1.       Be employed as a metallic materials engineer or in a related engineering or science position, using and developing his or her skills based on the demands of the job.

2.       Enter into a graduate or professional program, applying his or her knowledge and experience toward an advanced or professional degree.

3.       Be an effective team member, using and developing communication and teamwork skills.

4.       Be a responsible engineer/scientist or professional, demonstrating ethical and professional responsibility and continuing to learn through formal and informal educational experiences.

 

Main courses

Syll

abus

Num.

Required/Elective

Course #

Course Name

Credit

Hours

Class Hours

Lab

Term

General Basic Courses: no less than 49.0 credits

 

 

 

 

 

01

R

060030

Outline of Chinese Contemporary and Modern History

2

32

32

 

1

02

R

060170

Morals, Ethics and Fundamentals of Law

3

42

42

 

1

03

R

060330

Situation and Policy 1

0.5

8

8

 

1

04

R

060331

Situation and Policy 2

0.5

8

8

 

2

05

R

060332

Situation and Policy 3

0.5

8

8

 

3

06

R

060333

Situation and Policy 4

0.5

8

8

 

4

07

R

160010

Physical Education 1

1.5

30

30

 

1

08

R

160011

Physical Education 2

1.5

30

30

 

2

09

R

160020

Elective(1) for Physical Education

1.5

30

30

 

3

10

R

160021

Elective(2) for Physical Education

1.5

30

30

 

4

11

R

170020

Fundamentals of Computer

2

32

24

 

1

12

R

180010

Military Theory

1

18

18

 

1

13

E

090010

College English 1 (reading, writing and translation)

2.5

40

40

 

1-2

14

E

090011

College English 2(reading, writing and translation)

2.5

40

40

 

1-3

15

E

090012

College English 3 (reading, writing and translation)

2.5

40

40

 

2-4

16

E

090013

College English 4 (reading, writing and translation)

2.5

40

40

 

3-5

17

E

090014

Pre-College English

2.5

40

40

 

1

18

E

090040

English for Special Purpose

1.5

30

30

 

5

19

E

090810

College English1 (viewing, listening and speaking)

1.5

28

 

28

1-2

20

E

090811

College English2 (viewing, listening and speaking)

1.5

28

 

28

2-3

21

E

090812

College English3 (viewing, listening and speaking)

1.5

28

 

28

3-4

22

E

090813

College English4 (viewing, listening and speaking)

1.5

28

 

28

4-5

23

E

090814

Pre-College English(viewing, listening and speaking)

1.5

28

 

28

1

24

E

170030

Basic Computer Operation

1

16

8

8

1

Other Public Elective Courses

For students whose major is economics, management, social science, humanity or arts,  natural science and

engineering technology, or those who will find a job or start their own business after graduation, they should obtain at least 2 credits for Public elective courses such as Appreciation of Chinese poems, Japanese, Germany, Chinese Literature, and etc.

Basic Courses of Disciplines: no less than 76.0 credits

 

 

 

 

 

25

R

010010-1

Descriptive Geometry And Mechanical Graphing

5.5

88

88

 

1-2

26

R

010070-1

Fundamentals Of Mechanical Design

6.0

96

84

12

4-5

27

R

010140

Interchangeability And Technical Measurement

2.0

32

26

6

4

28

R

020030

Electrical Technology

3.5

48

34

14

3

29

R

080580

Electronic Technology

3.5

56

46

10

4

30

R

020420

C Language Programming

3.0

48

30

 

2

31

R

030010

Machinery Manufacturing Basics

3.0

48

48

 

3

32

R

030340

General Chemistry

2.5

40

32

8

2

33

R

030460

Fundamental Of Materials Science

5.5

88

74

14

4-5

34

R

040020-1

Engineering Mechanics

7.0

112

106

6

3-4

35

R

150010-3

Higher Mathematics

10.0

164

164

0

1-2

36

R

150030

Linear Algebra

2.5

40

40

0

3

37

R

030350

Physical Chemistry

3.0

48

40

8

3

38

R

030040

Materials Forming Principle

4.0

64

54

10

5

39

R

150040

Probabilities And Statistics

2.5

40

40

0

4

40

R

150110-1

College Physics

7.0

112

112

0

2-3

41

R

150130-1

College Physics Experiment

3.0

60

0

60

2-3

42

E

030060

Principle of Heat Transfer

2.0

32

32

0

4

43

E

020401

Microcomputer Principle And Applications

3.0

48

36

6

5

44

E

040060

Introduction To Automotive

1.5

30

30

0

5

45

E

010280

Hydraulic And Pneumatic Transmission

2.0

32

26

6

6

46

E

050710

Modern Project Management

2.0

32

32

0

6

47

E

190010

Literature Retrieval

1.0

18

18

0

7

48

E

010040

Computer Aided Drawing

1.5

30

18

0

4

49

E

050110

Introduction To Modern Enterprise Administration

2.5

40

31

 

7

50

E

030950

Introduction To Material Profession

1.0

16

16

 

4

Specialized Courses: no less than 25.0 credits

 

 

 

 

 

51

R

030740

Engineering Materials Of Automobile

3.0

48

48

 

7

52

R

030710

Theory of Materials Properties

3.0

48

44

4

6

53

R

030390

Materials Heat Treatment Principle

2.0

30

30

 

5

54

R

030820

Materials Heat Treatment Technology

2.0

32

24

8

6

55

E

030760

Corrosion And Protection Of Metals

2.5

40

40

 

7

56

E

030081

Specialty English For Materials

1.5

24

24

 

6

57

E

030750

Modern Methods Of Materials Analysis

2.5

40

36

4

6

58

E

030220

The Application Of Computer In Material engineering

2.0

32

22

 

6

59

E

030790

Powder Metallurgy Materials And Technologies

2.0

32

30

2

7

60

E

030540

Material Surface Engineering

2.0

32

32

 

6

61

E

030780

Materials Heat Treatment Equipment

2.5

40

40

 

6

62

E

030800

The Coating Process And Equipment

2.5

40

40

 

6

63

E

030460

Failure Analysis

1.0

18

18

 

7

64

E

030470

MetalloGraphic Techniques

1.0

18

18

 

6

65

E

030720

Advanced Materials

2.0

32

32

 

7

66

E

030960

Academic Thesis Reading And Writing

1

16

16

 

7

67

E

030030

Experimental Optimum Design

1.5

24

24

 

7

68

R

030810

Composite Material

2.0

32

32

 

7

69

R

030550

Polymer Material

2.0

32

32

 

6

70

R

030580

Basis Of Computer 3D Design

2.0

32

32

 

5

Practice Training: no less than 40.0 credits

 

 

 

 

 

71

R

018010

Practice Of Descriptive Geometry And Mechanical Graphing

1

1 Week

 

 

2

72

R

018041

Curriculum Design Of Fundamentals Of Mechanical Design

3

3 Weeks

 

 

5

73

R

018160

Metalworking Practice (Cold)

3

3 Weeks

 

 

3

74

R

038030

Cognition Practice

2

2 Weeks

 

 

5

75

R

038050

Productive Practice

4

4 Weeks

 

 

6

76

R

038070

Graduation Thesis

16

16 Weeks

 

 

8

77

R

038090

Metalworking Practice (Hot)

3

3 Weeks

 

 

2

78

R

180810

Military Training

1

1 Week

 

 

1

79

R

028190

Electrian & Electron Practice

2

2 Weeks

 

 

4