Besides experiments and practical exercises, the required curriculum consists of six courses: “Thermal Fluid Dynamics Systems I”, “Mechanical Modeling”, “Circuits and Systems I”, “Electromagnetic Engineering”, all of which cover the basics of system design, “Engineering Mathematics”, which forms a theoretical basis for the previous four courses, and “Overview of System Design Engineering”, which allows students to gain hands-on experience with cutting-edge technology. Ten more recommended courses supplement these previous six courses. Furthermore, students can choosefrom a wide variety of electives in basic and advanced courses, based on their interests. “Design Literacy Exercises” aim to enhance students’ ability to express and represent design. “Programming Exercises” enable students to master computer and calculator programming. “System Design Engineering Experiments I and II”, covering experiments in fields such as mechanics, controls, electricity, and information systems, enables students to acquire practical tools to design systems and learn basic creative activities. “System Design Engineering Exercises” offer a general overview. By providing a wide array of practical courses, the department seeks to impart knowledge and skills to students to cultivate their untapped creativity.

Curriculum system diagram