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Computer and Communication Engineering


The department offers a 4-year undergraduate program. Students must acquire a minimum of 148 credits before they graduate. These should include 18 practical training credits, 2 self-study in English credits, and 128 bachelor degree credits. There are three major fields of teaching: Precision Machinery, Opto-mechatronics, and Vehicle. The courses relate to each field are well programmed. That will give the students a clear guide of learning in this department. The department also offers a master's program. Graduate students must acquire a minumum of 24 credits.