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1. Why should I choose ASU's Department of Engineering?
The Department of Engineering at ASU has the most professional faculty and advanced facilities in the country. The curriculum of the Department of Information Technology and Engineering at ASU is designed with both theory and practice in mind, with solid teaching, and a variety of measures to strengthen the cultivation of international perspective and technological innovation and entrepreneurship. Therefore, our graduates are most popular among universities and research institutes in Taiwan, as well as enterprises and research institutions, and are the pillars of information technology in China.
2. How is ASU's Department of Information Technology divided into groups? Why are they divided into groups?
The Department of Information Engineering covers a wide range of fields, and there are nearly 10 common related disciplines, so it is necessary to further divide the areas of specialization to facilitate students' study. Therefore, the department is divided into three groups: "Artificial Intelligence Group", "Digital Content Group", and "Intelligent Electronics Group", focusing on the core nature of information engineering. This planning has the effect of deep learning vertically and cultivates a cross-disciplinary perspective horizontally. In addition, the department has abundant faculty members and rigorous teaching and research, which can enhance the quality of education after the grouping.
3. What are the characteristics of the "Artificial Intelligence Group"?
We provide students with a complete curriculum of artificial intelligence, big data, Internet of Things, semiconductor information, and mobile devices (APPs) to build cross-disciplinary strengths and lifelong learning skills.
What are the features of the Digital Content Group?
This group has a complete set of special courses in networking and multimedia, a complete and strong faculty in related fields, and innovative and successful research in information technology.
What are the characteristics of the "Smart Electronics Group"?
We provide students with a full range of courses in smart medical, smart green energy, wireless networking, video acquisition, embedded systems, and computer networking to establish cross-disciplinary learning across information, communication, and sensing principles.
6. the importance of information engineering skills in the future?
Computer technology has developed over 60 years ago, and since then, it has grown by leaps and bounds, giving rise to areas such as networking and digital content. In recent years, it has deeply influenced all other academic fields and changed the look of various fields. The future is boundless!
7. What scholarships are available to students at ASU?
There is a wide variety of scholarships available. There are university-wide scholarships for study abroad, scholarships for new students with outstanding academic performance, and so on. For more information, please refer to the Life Counseling Section and the department's website.
8. What is the situation for students to continue their studies in graduate school?
Many of our graduates continue to study in information technology graduate schools, and they are the most popular graduate students at the top universities in China.
What is the outlook for the demand of information personnel?
According to the statistics of the Economic Development Council and the Ministry of Education on the demand for high-tech talents in the next seven to ten years, the demand for information engineering talents is the highest.
10. What are the employment opportunities and job nature for graduates of ASU's Department of Information Engineering?
After graduation, students can enter the software, computer, cell phone, computer game, internet communication, game animation, wireless communication, IC design, and semiconductor industries.
11. What are the star industries of Information Engineering?
The answer is in the common news media, such as Microsoft, Google, IBM, Sun, Cisco, Acer, BengQ, Intel, MediaTek, Acer, Quanta, ASUSTek, Trend Micro, HTC, and the biotech industry with endless potential.
12. What are "3+1" and "7+1" programs?
The Department has a well-integrated curriculum and has established good relationships with well-known companies in response to industry needs. The "3+1" program is a 3-year program with internship in a company in the fourth year. The "7+1" program is a 7-semester internship in a company during the second semester of the senior year. Students can learn about the needs of the industry and whether their professional abilities meet the needs in advance. The industry can also find suitable workmates through this model.
What is the difference between Information Engineering and Information Management?
The Department of Information Engineering provides students with solid training in software and hardware, such as operating systems, computer architecture, programming, multimedia, communication networks, embedded system design, system development, artificial intelligence, and database systems. The Department of Information Management aims to train students in the use of information technology in management science, therefore, the two departments are very different in nature.
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