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Previously originated in 1975 as the Department of Aeronautical Engineering, the Department of Aerospace and Systems Engineering now also provides both Ph.D. and M.S. programs from 2002. Each hasits own regulations concerning admission, course work, dissertations,qualifying examinations, and oral defense of the dissertation leading to thegraduate degrees. Coordinated programs of course work and research are available in a broad spectrum of subjects included in the following six major areas: 1) Fluid Mechanics and Aerodynamics, 2) Combustion, Heat and Jet Propulsion, 3) Structures and Materials,4) Guidance and Control, 5) Aviation Technology, and 6) Space SystemEngineering.

Course duration

Total Credits

  • Undergraduate Degree Program: 131 Credits

o     Aerospace and Systems Engineering Core Courses (80 credit hours)

o     Aerospace and Systems Engineering Technical Electives (14 credit hours)

o     Other Electives (9 credit hours)

o     General Eduation Required Courses (16 credit hours)

o     General Eduation Electives (12 credit hours)

  • Master's Degree Program: 30 Credits

o     Aerospace and Systems Engineering Required: 2 Credits (Excluding Master Thesis)

o     Aerospace and Systems Engineering Technical Elective (21 credits hours)

o     Other Electives (7 credit hours)

Start month

Spring Semester: February

Fall Semester: August

Faculty

FCU College of Engineering

Course contact

Email: aero@fcu.edu.tw

Telephone: + 886 - 4 - 24517250  ext. 3951

Careers

Professional positions in:

  • Aerospace and mechanical industries
  • Flight control and management
  • Governmental organizations
  • University and college faculties
  • Research laboratories
  • Rapidly advancing fields of transportation

Accreditation

IEET Accreditation

 

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