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B.S. program

The First Year
The undergraduate curriculum provides the knowledge on mechatronics engineering and biological applications, and focuses on the accumulation of practices and experiences as well. It is our department’s teaching philosophy to help students well prepared with engineering knowledge and application ability to face the challenge of new era. 
Calculus, General Physics & Lab, General Biology, Computer Programming Language, Engineering Drawing and Computer Graphics, General Chemistry & Lab, Introduction to Bio-industrial Mechatronics Engineering.
The Second Year:
    Engineering Mathematics, Thermodynamics, Applied Mechanics, Engineering Materials, Organic Chemistry & Lab, Mechanism, Hydraulics and Pneumatics, Machine Shop Practice, Strength of Materials, Introduction to Electrical Engineering & Lab.
The Third Year:
    Electronics & Lab, Fluid Mechanics, 
Automatic Control, Design of Machine Elements, Heat TransferPrinciples and Applications of Microprocessor, Measurement Principles and Applications, Bio-industrial Machinery, Bio-industrial Engineering Practice.
The Fourth Year
    Mechatronics & Lab, Project for Undergraduate.  
Professional Electives:
    It is required to take two courses from Introduction to Biological Chemistry, Power Machinery, Bioprocess Engineering, Measurement of Biological Systems.

 
Fresh Year Autumn Semester: Fresh Year Spring Semester:
PHYSICAL EDUCATION (I)  0 Credit
MILITARY TRAINING (I) 0 Credit
SERVICE LEARNING(I) 0 Credit
CHINESE (1)  3 Credits
FOREIGN LANGUAGE (1)  3 Credits
CALCULUS (GENERAL MATHEMATICS) (A)(1) 4 Credits
GENERAL PHYSICS (A)(1) 3 Credits
GENERAL PHYSICS LAB. (1) 1 Credit
GENERAL BIOLOGY 3 Credits
INTRODUCTION TO BIO-INDUSTRIAL MECHATRONICS ENGINEERING 1 Credit
ENGINEERING DRAWING AND COMPUTER GRAPHICS(1) 1 Credit
COMPUTER PROGRAMMING LANGUAGE 2 Credits
total 21 Credits
PHYSICAL EDUCATION (II)  0 Credit
MILITARY TRAINING (II) 0 Credit
CHINESE (2)  3 Credit
FOREIGN LANGUAGE (2)  3 Credit
CALCULUS (GENERAL MATHEMATICS) (A)(2) 4 Credits
GENERAL PHYSICS (A)(2) 3 Credits
GENERAL PHYSICS LAB. (2) 1 Credit
GENERAL CHEMISTRY (C) 3 Credits
GENERAL CHEMISTRY LAB 1 Credit
ENGINEERING DRAWING AND COMPUTER GRAPHICS(2) 1 Credit
total 19 Credits
 
 
Second Year Fall Semester:
 
 

Second Year Spring Semester:
PHYSICAL EDUCATION (III)  0 Credit
MILITARY TRAINING (III) 0 Credit
ORGANIC CHEMISTRY 3 Credits
ORGANIC CHEMISTRY LAB 1 Credit
ENGINEERING MATHEMATICS (I) 3 Credits
APPLIED MECHANICS (1) 2 Credits
ENGINEERING MATERIALS 3 Credits
THERMODYNAMICS(I) 3 Credits
MACHINE SHOP PRACTICE 1 Credit
   
total 16 Credits
PHYSICAL EDUCATION (IV)  0 Credit
MILITARY TRAINING (IV) 0 Credit
SERVICE LEARNING(II) 0 Credit
ENGINEERING MATHEMATICS (II) 3 Credits
STRENGTH OF MATERIALS 3 Credits
APPLIED MECHANICS (2) 2 Credits
MECHANISM (I) 3 Credits
HYDRAULICS AND PENUMATICS 3 Credits
INTRODUCTION TO ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING 3 Credits
ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING LABORATORY 1 Credit
total 18 Credits
 
Junior Year Autumn Semester:
 
Junior Year Spring Semester:
SERVICE LEARNING(III) 0 Credit
FLUID MECHANICS 3 Credits
HEAT TRANSFER 3 Credits
DESIGN OF MACHINE ELEMENTS 3 Credits
ELECTRONICS 3 Credits
ELECTRONICS LABORATORY 1 Credit
total 13 Credits
AUTOMATIC CONTROL 3 Credits
PPRINCIPLES AND APPLICATIONS OF MICROPROCESSOR 3 Credits
MEASUREMENT PRINCIPLES AND APPLICATIONS 3 Credits
BIO-INDUSTRIAL MACHINERY 3 Credits
BIO-INDUSTRIAL ENGINEERING PRACTICE 1 Credit
total 13 Credits
 
Senior Year Autumn Semester:
 
Senior Year Spring Semester:
THESIS FOR UNDERGRADUATE(I) 1 Credit
MECHATRONICS AND LABORATORY 3 Credits
total 4 Credits
THESIS FOR UNDERGRADUATE(2) 1 Credit
total 1 Credit 
 
Bime Pro. Electives (1):
 
Bime Pro. Electives (2):
INTRODUCTION TO BIOLOGICAL CHEMISTRY 3 Credits
MEASUREMENTS IN BIOLOGICAL SYSTMES 3 Credits
BIOPROCESS ENGINEERING 3 Credits
POWER MACHINERY 3 Credits
Bime Pro. Electives: Choose 2 from 4total 6 Credits
 
Others Selectives
 
General Education Courses 12 Credits
Free Electives 12 Credits
 
 
Min. Total Credits: 141

 The number of credits for undergraduate students to take is 141 in total, including 30 credits from university-required courses and 12 from elective courses. The remaining 99 credits, including 6 credits of BIME professional elective courses, are categorized into basic biology related courses, basic engineering courses, mechatronics engineering courses, professional courses, and elective courses. The information listed underneath is a breakdown of the required courses for each year: