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College of Engineering

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Faculty
At present, there are 62 faculty members in all, consisting of 8 professors, 21 associate professors, 13 assistant professors, and 26 instructors.

The College of Engineering consists of, 1 graduate school and 3 departments, which are the Graduate School of Vehicular and Mechatronic Industry, the Department of Industrial Engineering and Management, the Department of Automation Engineering, and the Department of Mechanical Engineering. The faculty and the equipment are perfectly integrated with one another. The graduate school of Vehicular and Mechatronic Industry focuses on the related research on “advanced vehicles”, “precision machinery”, “mechanical and electrical conformity and the production automation” as well as “industrial operation and management”. The Department of Industrial Engineering and Management focuses on engineering management and electronic business; the Development of Automation Engineering emphasizes mechanical and electrical conformity, while the Department of Mechanical Engineering focuses on the development of essential vehicle component designing, precision machinery techniques, and management and vehicle post-sale service. The College of Engineering established the Innovation Center of Vehicular and Mechatronic Industry in the Academic Year 95, with the aim of reinforcing techniques of Vehicular Mechatronic industry by innovations in essential vehicle components and automobile systems, conducting automobile experiments, and creating wheelchair accessible vehicles.
 
Goals
The goals of the College of Engineering are the integration of teaching resources with the superior environment for the research and education of teachers as well as students. It aims at cultivating talents that possess the characteristics of Nan-Kai (including Realization, Innovation, Comprehensiveness and Harmonization, as so-called RICH).

  1. To cultivate students who possess characteristics of RICH.
  2. To develop interest and ability of students for further studying therefore for lifelong learning as well as life and career guidance.
  3.  To cultivate students with professional ethics such as honesty, reverence, diligence and responsibility.
  4. To cultivate talents under the fields of management and technology in mechanics, automobile, automation, as well as industrial engineering and management.
  5. To cultivate students to possess the resources of humanity, technology innovation, research conduction and environmental adaptation.
  6. To cultivate outstanding talents with engineering skills as well as the characteristics of IEEE (Information, Expertise, Ethics, and English).