The master program is planned on the principle: To use the basic research ability as foundation and in combination with advanced core courses on information engineering, the students will be equipped with professional knowledge and can independently analyze and solve problems. Master program students will be trained to have strengthened abilities in discovering problems, independent analysis, and problem solving.
The advanced elective courses on information engineering include the following major categories, "artificial intelligence", "mobile computing and networks", "knowledge management", "information systems", "multimedia systems", "semiconductor information", and "embedded systems".
- Students must take at least 6 courses to graduate for a total of 18 credits.
- Students who wish to graduate in one year must publish at least 1 thesis paper in an English periodical or English international seminar.
- Students graduating normally must publish 1 thesis paper in a periodical or seminar.