The College of Optical Science and Engineering offers course work in Opto-Electronics Information Science and Engineering program, an undergraduate program leading to a Bachelor of Science in Engineering (BSE) degree.
The objective of the program is to educate students who excel in engineering and applied science, but also have a working knowledge of other disciplines. It is expected that a student receiving a degree would have the background for suitable employment in industry or an engineering field, including information technology, optoelectronics, optical engineering, optical communications and image processing. To achieve these goals, the programs and courses are designed to be flexible, and cater to students at multiple levels. Students can either specialize in the area of Optoelectronics System and Engineering or Optical Communication and Integrated Opt-electronics Technology.
Core curriculum
Electric Circuit and Analog Electronic Technology, Digital Circuit Analysis and Design, Applied Optics, Physical Optics, Optoelectronics, Applied Optoelectronics Lab.
Characteristic Curriculum
Course Teaching in English: Introduction to Advanced Photonics Techniques
Bilingual Courses:
  • Compulsory: Optical Communication Techniques (Original in English), Optoelectronics (Original in English)
  • Optional: Electromagnetic wave and Application in Advanced Photonics Techniques, Overview of Optoelectronics Information
  • Network-based Courses: Applied Optics, Principle and Interface of Microprocessors
  • Comprehensive Experiment Course: Optoelectronics Information Comprehensive Experiment
  • Design-based Courses: Optical Systems Course Design, Optic-fiber Communication Course Design
  • Specialized Module Practice: Practice of Optoelectronics System and Engineering, Practice of Optical Communication and Integrated Optoelectronics Technology
  • Length of Program: four years
Minimum Credits Required for Graduation: 160+4+5
Degree: Bachelor of Engineering