基本素養 Basic Literacy
Spirit of Humanism
Environmental and Social Caring
The ability to apply the knowledge of mathematics, science and technology.
The abilities to design and implement experiments, as well as to analyze and interpret data.
Possessing the skills, rules and tools to execute hydraulic and ocean engineering operation.
The skills to design, construct, maintain and manage Hydraulic and Ocean systems.
The abilities of project management, effective communication and team work.
The abilities to search, analyze and solve problems.
Be aware of current global issues, understand how engineering technology influences the environment, community and the world, as well as develop self-learning habits and abilities.
Understanding professional ethics and social responsibility.
課程概述 Course Description第一章 總論、 第二章 洪水逕流分析、 第三章 坡面的土砂移動現象 、 第四章 溪流的土砂移動現象、 第五章 土石流、 第六章水土保持調查、 第七章 溪流防砂工程、 第八章 坡面水保工程、 第九章 水土保持今後的動向
This course is offer for undergraduate engineering students, for problem statement of soil and water conservation in slope environments and catchment areas. This course will base on the (1) different geographic unit, (2) geological setting and the (3) natural processes, to explain (1) the mechanism, (2) the processes, (3) the impact of the natural hazards and (4) the prevention, (5) the emergency action and (6) the reconstruction of the disasters. This course will use the historic natural disasters as the examples of the lessons, to show to the scenario of the disasters progresses in spatial and time scale. I hope after taking this course, the students will be impressive by the real phenomena of the natural hazard. And learns the problems and the knowledge needed for their future study in each field. Also like to answer the problems from they find from different views and different fields. To encourage the students to offer their contribution for solving the risks we face to.
課程學習目標 Course Objectives
有關課程其他調查 Other Surveys of Courses1.本課程是否規劃業界教師參與教學或演講?
Is there any industry specialist invited in this course? How many times?
Are there any internships involved in the course? How many hours?
Is this course recognized as an academic ethics course? In the course how many hours are regarding academic ethics topics?
Is this course recognized as a Community engagement and Service learning course? Which community will be engaged?