Department Features

Departmental Features:
1. The department focuses on the development of construction and environmental disaster prevention monitoring technology and its applications as the main axis of its development.
2. The average industry-academia performance of the department has exceeded ten million NT dollars in the past three years, ranking first within the university.
3. Alumni of the department have achieved outstanding performance, and various generous scholarships and internship opportunities are provided.
4. The department has established an Indonesia 2+i International Professional Class to promote the internationalization of the construction industry.
5. The department guarantees the acquisition of practical certifications, including surveying, concrete, and building information modeling (BIM).


Development Features:
1. Integration of construction and environmental disaster prevention monitoring technologies.
Addressing the demand for professionals skilled in construction and environmental monitoring technologies, we have incorporated cutting-edge equipment for environmental remote sensing data collection, non-destructive testing, and BIM modeling, along with 3D printing, into various related course curricula. This integration aims to nurture talents in national monitoring and disaster prevention, thereby contributing to sustainable development.
2. Research and development of recycled construction materials.
Building on the research achievements of several faculty members who have explored the utilization of waste incineration bottom ash and other recycled materials, we are dedicated to the development of recycled construction materials.
3. Environmental ecological education and resource development.


Teaching Characteristics:
The department is distinguished by the presence of 9 highly qualified faculty members, all holding the rank of assistant professor or above. Additionally, we actively engage well-known industry experts to serve as guest lecturers for our special elective courses. This amalgamation of industry and academia allows us to maintain a balanced approach to theory and practice in our teaching methods.

One of the major distinguishing features of the department lies in its adherence to the university's ethos of "holistic education." The faculty members place value on cultivating civil engineering students who embody a harmonious balance of professional expertise, general knowledge, personal character, and interpersonal skills.
The department emphasizes a harmonious blend of specialized and general education, seeking to enhance students' professional competence and humanistic qualities, with a primary focus on nurturing their employability. All faculty members integrate modern information tools into their teaching and research, combining the content of foundational engineering courses with practical applications. Through engineering visits, academic seminars, and project-based work, the department departs from traditional teaching methods, striving to create a learning environment that closely resembles real-world work scenarios, stimulating creativity and personal development.
Within the classrooms, the department prioritizes active interaction between faculty and students. In addition to the mentorship system, regular academic and recreational activities foster a closer teacher-student relationship, leading to more effective teaching and guidance.
The undergraduate curriculum of the department has shifted away from conventional knowledge dissemination towards personal development and creativity. Encouraging a free and diverse environment for autonomous learning, students' career choices are oriented towards practicality, alignment with their individual inclinations, and a commitment to lifelong learning for future development. Moreover, many of the department's faculty members are actively involved in practical industry-academia research and collaborations, aligning with current employment market trends and anticipating future industry developments, which serves as a focal point in structuring course content.