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Undergraduate
Undergraduate
Classification Course Credit
General Education Required Expository Writing 3
English 4
Humanities 3
Social Science 3
Physical Education 2
Subtotal 15
General Education Electives Foreign Language 3
Humanities 11
Social Science
General Education
Subtotal 14
Basic Required Calculus, Applied Linear Algebra 7
General Physics I, Ⅱ or General Physics I(H), Ⅱ(H) or Introductory Physics I, Ⅱ 6
General Physics Lab. I, Ⅱ 2
General Chemistry or General Chemistry(H) 4
General Chemistry Lab. 2
General Life Science or General Life Science (H) 3
Introduction to Computing 3
Subtotal 27
Major Required   32
Major Electives   29
Free Electives   13
Total 130
General Edueation Required
  • - Expository Writing (3 credits)
  • - English (4 credits)
  • - Humanities (3 credits): Take one of four selections : Practical Reasoning, Appreciation and Understanding of Literature,
       Issues in the 20 Century History, and History of Science
  • - Social Science (3 credits): (Take one of the four options) Introduction to Psychology, Principles of Economics, Mass
     Communication and Modern Society or The world of Law
  • - Physical Education (2 credits)
General Edueation Electives

Students must take at least 11 credits from Humanities, Social Sciences or the other general education electives, and 3 credits from the foreign language section.

※ Take one of the following two options : Principles of Business Admin.(General Education), and Principles of Economics (Social Science)

Maior Required

The course requirements include a total 32 credits for graduation. The requirements are divided into major requirements and major elective requirements.

Major Required

Major Required
Course No. Trtle lec-lab.-cr.
CSED103 Introduction to Programming 3-1-3
CSED191 Introduction to Computer Science Study 1-0-1
MATH230 or
IMEN272
Probability & Statistics or
Probability & Statistics for Engineering
3-1-3
3-0-3
CSED291ii Self-development for CSE Majors ii 0-2-1
CSED291iiI Self-development for CSE Majors iii 0-2-1
CSED499 I Research Project I 0-2-1
CSED499 II Research Project II 0-2-1

Major Required Electives

Major Required Electives
CSED211 Microprocessor Application and Assembly Programming 2-2-3
CSED232 Object Oriented Programming 3-0-3
CSED233 Data Structure 3-0-3
CSED261 Mathematics for Computer Science 3-0-3
CSED273 Digital System Design 3-3-4
CSED311 Computer Architecture 3-3-4
CSED312 Operating Systems 3-2-4
CSED321 Programming Languages 3-0-3
CSED331 Algorithm 3-0-3
CSED332 Software Design Methods 3-0-3
CSED341 Automata and Formal Languages 3-0-3
CSED352 Data Communication 3-0-3
CSED353 Computer Network 3-0-3

* Courses starting with CSED2XX must be taken more than 9 credits.

* Courses starting with CSED3XX must be taken more than 12 credits.

Courses approved as Major Required by other departments

Courses approved as Major Required by other departments
EECE490F

Special Topics in Electrical Engineering (Linear Algebra)

3-0-3
MATH230 or
EECE490H
 
Probability & Statistics or
Special Topics in Electrical Engineering (Probability, Random Variables, Vectors, and Processes)
3-1-3
3-0-3
 
IMEN272

Probability and Statistics for Engineers

3-0-3
Maior Electives

Students must take more 29 credits of major electives.

With these courses a student defines her or his interest area within the field of computer and science engineering. Electives should be chosen with care, after planning and consultation with an advisor. The advisorary material should also be consulted for all of the the subdisciplines of computer and science engineering.

These courses can be replaced by courses outside of the CSE department that are approved as major electives.

Maior Electives
CSED291i Self-development for CSE Majors i 0-2-1
CSED399A/D Research Participation 0-2-1
CSED401 Computer and Society 3-0-3
CSED415 Computer Security 3-0-3
CSED416 Peer-to-peer Networking 3-0-3
CSED417 Wireless Mobile Networks 3-0-3
CSED421 Databases systems 3-2-4
CSED423 Design of Compiler 3-1-3
CSED425 Embedded System Programming 2-2-3
CSED433 Logic in Computer Science 3-0-3
CSED434 Linear and Nonlinear Programming 3-0-3
CSED436 Graph Theory and Algorithm 3-0-3
CSED441 Introduction to Computer Vision 3-0-3
CSED442 Introduction to Artificial Intelligence 3-0-3
CSED451 Computer Graphics 3-0-3
CSED490 Special Topics in Computer Science  

※ Eligible students for CSED 490 Special Topics in Computer Science are subject to change every semester, students are required to check the syllabus and register.

Courses approved as Major Electives by other departments

Courses approved as Major Electives by other departments
MATH301 Modern Algebra I 3-1-3
MATH351 Introduction to Numerical Analysis 3-0-3
MATH451 Applied Numerical Analysis 3-0-3
Free Electives

These electives give the student the opportunity to explore other areas they are interested in. This freedom plays a critical role in helping the students to define what are effectively minor concentrations or double majors in other areas.