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Department of Computer Science and Engineering
English
Academic Programs and Regulations
Semester Courses
1st year(freshman) 2nd year(sophomore)
Fall Spring Fall Spring
General
Courses
Lang-
uage
CHINESE
(2)
ENGLISH
(2)
ENGLISH CERTIFICATE (Zero Credit; English
Ability Standard Certification)


 
CHINESE
(2)
ENGLISH
(2)
   
Cross-
College
Elective
(six credit; Freshman,
Sophomore select one course per semester)


 
(2)
 


 
(2)
(2)
 
Liberal Arts Courses
Liberal Arts Courses
 
   
(13)
Experie-
ntial
Courses
Interactive Courses
 
Volunteer Services
 
 
(1)
 
Physical
and
Health
Education
Sport & Health
(1)
Sport & Health
(1)
Sport & Health
(1)
Sport & Health
(1)
Professional
Required Courses
Calculus (I)
(3)
C Computer Programming (I)
(3)
Discrete Mathematics
(3)
C Computer Programming Practice laboratory (I)
(1)
Calculus (II)
(3)
C Computer Programming (II)
(3)
Digital Electronics
(3)
C Computer Programming Practice laboratory (II)
(1)
Data Structures
(3)
Linear Algebra
(3)
Digital System
(3)
Digital System laboratory
(1)
Operating Systems
(3)
Probability
(3)
Computer Organization
(3)


Semester Courses
3rd year(junior) 4th year(senior)
Fall Spring Fall Spring
Professional
Required Courses
Algorithms
(3)
Assembly Language and Micro-
computer
(3)
Object-Oriented Programming
(3)
Computer Science and Engineering Forum
(1)
Assembly Language and Micro-
computer Practice
(1)
UNIX System Programming
(3)
Design and Implementation of Compiler
(3)
Computer Network
(3)
Special Topics in Practice (I)
(1)
Special Topics in Practice (II)
(1)
 
Minimum Credits
to Graduate
  135
Rules from CSE
  1. At least 61 credits from professional required courses
  2. At least 30 credits from professional selected courses
  3. At least two correct answers in any Collegiate Programming Exam(CPE)
  4. In addition to the university-wide requirements on the number of credits for graduate study, the department requires that at least 30 of these credits must be for graduate-level courses from the department. Among these 30 credits, there must be at least two professional elective courses from one specific area the department's curriculum planning structure.
Rules from NSYSU
  1. 28 credits of General Education are required for graduation. (Notes: courses like Exercise and Health、National Defense Education and NSYSU General Education Lectures are not included.)
  2. Students are required to either pass one of the English Language Tests approved by NSYSU or acquire 4 credits from “Basic Education: English Language Ability” courses.
  3. For students who need to take courses from General Education, please consult General Education Curriculum Planning/Structure which provides the requirements to be met for courses taking in different divisions.
    For more information, please visit NSYSU’s website: click Office of Academic Affairs, choose Regulations and find Education Framework Diagram for Undergraduates.
Semester Courses
1st year 2nd year
Fall Spring Fall Spring
Required Courses
(10)
Common Courses
(4)
SEMINAR
(1)
SEMINAR
(1)
SEMINAR
(1)
SEMINAR
(1)
Choose Two of Five Course
(6)
ADVANCED COMPUTER NETWORKS
(3)
ALGORITHM DESIGN AND ANALYSIS
(3)
ADVANCED OPERATING SYSTEMS
(3)
COMPUTER ARCHITEC-
TURES
(3)
VLSI DESIGN
(3)
   
Rules from CSE
  1. Minimum credits to graduate: 28
  2. No more than 6 Credits from Independent Studies will be included in requirement credits for graduation.
  3. In “Two out of Five” course section, students are required to complete at least two subjects by the time of graduation.
  4. In accordance with university-wide graduate school requirements, students must enroll in the course "Academic Research Ethics Education".Without successfully passing this course, students cannot apply for their thesis defense.
Semester Courses
1st year 2nd year
Fall Spring Fall Spring
Required Courses
(4)
SEMINAR
(1)
SEMINAR
(1)
SEMINAR
(1)
SEMINAR
(1)
Rules from CSE
  1. Minimum credits to graduate: 22
  2. For students of the Joint Master’s and Ph.D. program, 40 credits are required for each candidate.
  3. In accordance with university-wide graduate school requirements, students must enroll in the course "Academic Research Ethics Education". Without successfully passing this course, students cannot apply for their thesis dissertation defense.