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PRACTICALITY AND PERSPECTIVERS OF SHIPBUILDING INDUSTRY

This course instills the values of the seas to the students; starts from elaborating sea, discussing the basic knowledge relative to sea, and hoping to cultivate the spirit and respect to the sea and life. Further, as an island, to culturally recognize the characteristic of sea culture, sea humanity and aesthetics.

Course Goal
B. Cultivate students to possess the ability of boats or electro mechanics design and application.
C. Cultivate students to be experts with global view, humanistic literacy, creativity, spirit of team work and social care
Course Principle Literacy and Competence
[Competence]
  • Apply knowledge of mathematics, science & engineering.
  • Design & operation of experiments, analysis and interpretation of data.
  • Necessary Technology, skill & modern tool usage for naval or mechatronic engineering.
  • Design systems, components or processes for naval or mechatronic engineering.
  • Project Management, effective Communication, and multidisciplinary teamwork.
  • Interested in global current issues, understand the impact of engineering techniques in societal, environmental and global contexts, and develop habit of life-long learning.
  • Respect for multi-perspective, understand professional ethics & recognize social responsibilities of engineers.
  • Courses of Recent Years
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    0108/2 F121800 [SYS2311]PRACTICALITY AND PERSPECTIVERS OF SHIPBUILDING INDUSTRY 1.0 N Shaw, Heiu-Jou
    0107/2 F121800 [SYS2311]PRACTICALITY AND PERSPECTIVERS OF SHIPBUILDING INDUSTRY 1.0 N Shaw, Heiu-Jou
    0106/2 F121800 [SYS2311]PRACTICALITY AND PERSPECTIVERS OF SHIPBUILDING INDUSTRY 1.0 N Shaw, Heiu-Jou
    0101/2 F121800 [SYS2311]PRACTICALITY AND PERSPECTIVERS OF SHIPBUILDING INDUSTRY 1.0 N Chen, Jeng-Horng
    0100/1 F121800 [SYS2311]PRACTICALITY AND PERSPECTIVERS OF SHIPBUILDING INDUSTRY 1.0 N Chen, Jeng-Horng
    0099/2 F121800 [SYS2311]PRACTICALITY AND PERSPECTIVERS OF SHIPBUILDING INDUSTRY 1.0 N Chen, Jeng-Horng
    0098/2 F121800 [SYS2311]PRACTICALITY AND PERSPECTIVERS OF SHIPBUILDING INDUSTRY 1.0 N Chen, Jeng-Horng