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Title: Avionics education in Taiwan's vocational university
Authors: Chen, Liang‐Rui;Hsu, R. C.;Liu, C. S.
Contributors: 電機工程系
Keywords: Avionics education;Vocational university
Date: 2004-06
Issue Date: 2012-06-05T06:52:09Z
Abstract: The purpose of this paper is to report the content and status of the avionics education in Taiwan’s vocational universities. To incubate qualified and skillful avionics technician human resource in Taiwan, the Ministry of Education (MOE) developed an avionic division in the Aeronautical
Engineering Department of the National Hu-wei University of Science and Technology (NHUST) in 1995. After that, an avionic division was also established in the Electronic Engineering Department of the Kao-Yuan Institute of Technology and an Avionic Engineering Department was established in China Institute of Technology. Out of the 9 faculties in NHUST’s avionic program, three major in Power Electronics
Engineering, two major in Navigation and Control Engineering, two major in Communication Engineering, two major in Information Technology. Meanwhile, international cooperation is also processed to obtain the most updated information and technologies about aircraft maintenance and
avionics for reforming and enhancing the education program. The avionics curriculum and the resource center were also established for the avionics education among Taiwan’s vocational Universities and will be described in this paper.
Relation: International Conference on Engineering Education and Research, June 27-30, 2004
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