Admissions policy

The Department of Energy and Environmental Engineering is intended for students with the motivation and ability to actively address the challenges of mastering academic subjects from the fundamentals to applications. The subjects involved address the formulation of an eco-conscious social system based on energy efficiency, energy-saving technology, and environmental burden reduction.

Curriculum policy

Educational course features, content, and approach

 The first semester of the first year is focused on a host of classes related to basic subjects. Our goal is to allow students who already have a diverse academic background in such fields as architecture or mechanical engineering to study at a reasonable pace. By attending both basic and specialized courses, the students will be able to grasp the big picture of the heat and fluid-based environmental energy engineering discipline.

Research programs

All the laboratories observe a meticulous academic coaching system for student research subjects through literature reading groups and seminars. This system allows students to deepen and advance in their research through close interaction with instructors and other laboratory staff.

Completion requirements and performance evaluation 

We have a stringent evaluation system with regular testing and reports for lectures and reports for practice and experiments. In addition to regular instructor evaluations and examination grades, the final Master’s Course paper is stringently reviewed and evaluated. Moreover, a major-specific evaluation system is also stringently and meticulously conducted. This final round of strict and meticulous evaluation considers the candidate’s day-to-day research activities and the quality of academic conference-oriented presentations.