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Course

Four different sets of entrance examinations are available to the university graduates with engineering or non-engineering backgrounds, and approximately 50 Master of Science students and 8 Doctoral students are admitted annually.

GIEE offers a two-year M.S. program comprising 30 course credits in addition to 4 credits of seminar and 6 credits of thesis. Each Master degree candidate must also pass an oral examination on his or her research. Ph.D. students are required to complete 24 course credits, 4 seminar credits, and a minimum of 12 dissertation credits. To fulfill the degree requirement, doctoral students must further submit 10%, 40%, and 70% of their dissertation progress report to the committee for evaluation. Furthermore, the candidate must successfully defend his or her dissertation before receiving a degree.

The courses offered by the Institute are listed in the following tables:


List of Courses for the Environmental Science and Engineering Division
  Type Title of Course Notes
Prerequisites Preparatory
  • Hydrology
  • Engineering Mathematics
  • Environmental Engineering
  • Thermodynamics
  • Fluid Mechanics
  • Water Supply and Sewerage
According to student background; preparatory course creits could not  be included in  graduation credits
Fundamental
  • Environmental Chemistry
  • Environmental Ecology
  • Environmental Mathematics
  • Fluid Mechanics
  • Environmental Microbiology
Suited to thesis; fundamental course credits could be included in graduation credits
Requirements Shared Seminar 4 semesters required(cxcept for students who graduate in 2 years, yet still need to take seminar every semester)
Core
  • Physical and Chemical Treatment Processes
  • Control of Toxic Gases
  • Biological Treatment Processes
  • Particulate Control
At least 2 courses required
Design
  • Water-works Design
  • Design of Solid Waste Treatment Facilities
  • Wastewater Systems Design
  • Air Pollution Control and Design
  • Air Pollution Control(I)
At least 1 course required
Lab
  • Water Quality Analysis
  • Air Pollutant Analysis
  • Analysis of environmental chemical pollutants
  • Unit Operations in Environmental Engineering
At least 1 course required
Collective
  • Water Pollution Control
  • Solid Wastes
  • Environmental Planning and Management
  • Introduction to Air Pollution
  • Industrial Environmental Management System
At least 1 course selected by advisor required
Electives Master and Doctoral Elective
  • Environmental Toxicology
  • Industrial Air Pollution
  • Control of Soil and Groundwater Pollution
  • Environmental Economics
  • Ground Water Pollution
  • Fundamentals of Industrial Hygiene
  • Case Study on Law in Environment and Engineering Practices
  • Introduction to Regional Planning
  • Fundamentals of Environmental Science
  • Air Pollution Chemistry (D)
  • Advanced Biological Treatment (D)
  • Colloidal and Surface Chemistry (D)
  • Special Topic on Water Quality Control (D)
  • Soil Pollution Modeling and Control (D)
  • Special Topic on International Environmental Issues (D)
  • Analysis of Environmental Quality
  • English Presentation for Scientists and Engineers (I)
  • Chemicals in the Environment : Fate and Transport
  • Emerging Contaminants
  • Environmental Molecular Biology
  • Environmental Statistics
  • Noise Pollution Control
  • Odor Control
  • Water and Wastewater Treatment
  • Atmospheric Diffusion
  • Aerosol Studies
  • Hazardous Waste Management
  • River Pollution Analysis
  • Industrial Hygiene Engineering
  • Air Quality Management
  • Application of Geographic Information Systems
  • Industrial Ecology
  • Environmental Conservation
  • Introduction to Environmental Law
  • Introduction to Ecological Methods
  • Reservoir and Estuary Ecosystem Management
  • To Understand Water Environment
  • Special Topic on Mass Transfer
  • Special Topic on Advanced Physical and Chemical Treatment
  • Special Topic on Taiwan Environmental Issues
  • Other Geoscience-related Courses
Selected as desired; each course offered once every two years

 

List of Courses for the Environmental Planning and Management Division
  Type Title of Course Notes
Prerequisites Preparatory
  • Calculus
  • Introduction to Environmental Protection
  • Statistics
  • Hydrology (or other geoscience-related course)
According to student background; preparatory course creits could not  be included in  graduation credits
Fundamental
  • Environmental Ecology
  • Introduction to Environmental Engineering
  • Environmental Mathematics
  • Regional Planning (or other urban planning-related course)
  • Natural Resource Conservation
  • Economics (or other social studies course)*
Suited to thesis; fundamental course credits could be included in graduation credits
Requirements Shared Seminar 4 semesters required(cxcept for students who graduate in 2 years, yet still need to take seminar every semester.)
Core
  • Environmental Planning and Design
  • Environmental Policy and Management
  • Environmental Systems Analysis
  • Physical and Chemical Treatment Processes(I)
  • Biological Treatment Processes(I)
At least 2 courses required
Lab
  • Environmental of Impact Assessment & Practice
  • Environmental Risk Analysis and Practice
  • Application of Geographic Information Systems
  • Analysis of environmental chemical pollutants(I)
  • Air Pollution Control(I)
At least 2 courses required
Collective
  • Water Pollution Control
  • Solid Wastes
  • Environmental Planning and Management(I)
  • Introduction to Air Pollution
At least 1 course selected by advisor required
Master and Doctoral Elective
  • Environmental Toxicology
  • Industrial Air Pollution
  • Control of Soil and Groundwater Pollution
  • Environmental Economics
  • Ground Water Pollution
  • Fundamentals of Industrial Hygiene
  • Case Study on Law in Environment and Engineering Practices
  • Fundamentals of Environmental Science
  • Air Pollution Chemistry (D)
  • Advanced Biological Treatment (D)
  • Colloidal and Surface Chemistry (D)
  • Special Topic on Water Quality Control (D)
  • Soil Pollution Modeling and Control (D)
  • Special Topic on International Environmental Issues (D)
  • Analysis of Environmental Quality
  • English Presentation for Scientists and Engineers (I)
  • Chemicals in the Environment : Fate and Transport
  • Emerging Contaminants
  • Environmental Molecular Biology
  • Environmental Statistics
  • Noise Pollution Control
  • Odor Control
  • Water and Wastewater Treatment
  • Atmospheric Diffusion
  • Aerosol Studies
  • Hazardous Waste Management
  • River Pollution Analysis
  • Industrial Hygiene Engineering
  • Air Quality Management
  • Industrial Ecology
  • Environmental Conservation
  • Introduction to Environmental Law
  • Introduction to Ecological Methods
  • Reservoir and Estuary Ecosystem Management
  • To Understand Water Environment
  • Special Topic on Mass Transfer
  • Special Topic on Advanced Physical and Chemical Treatment
  • Special Topic on Taiwan Environmental Issues
  • Other Geoscience-related Courses
Selected as desired; each course offered once every two years

*Social studies courses include sociology, political science, law, psychology, and philosophy.

*(I):Only suitable for international students 

 

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