高中生區
  1. 為什麼不取名為奈米科學及工程學系、
    而是取名很長的「奈米科學及工程學士學位學程」?

    奈米學士班(簡稱)是全國唯一跨工學院、理學院、電機學院、生物科技學院合作的大學部學士班。
    針對跨領域修習,教育部給了「學位學程」稱謂。而「學系」泛指單一領域下修習,故取名為「學士學程」。

  2. 奈米學士班修習跨四個學院,那我可以選擇不要選修某一學院的課嗎?

    不行。因為大一及大二主要修習四大學院核心基礎課程,其課程屬性為「主系必修」,故若不及格仍需重修。

    >進一步了解專業必修資訊

  3. 既然奈米學士班是全國首創,那我未來可以選考的研究所有哪些碩士班?

    因大一大二主要是修習四大學院核心基礎課程,而各大學研究所考科幾乎出自於核心基礎課程,再搭配「主系選修」修課,您將擁有比其他考生更寬廣的研究所可選考。本班第一屆畢業生錄取系所包括:材料所、光電所、電子所、電工所、電物所、動力機械、顯示所、工程與海洋所、醫工所、生醫電子所、生醫與環科所、分醫所等。

  4. 跨領域修習四大學院的課程,如何培養我的主專長?會不會廣而不精?

    • 大三起進入「主系選修」修課。規劃四大領域: 工學院:奈米材料領域 理學院:奈米光電領域 電機學院:奈米電子領域 生物科技學院:奈米生科領域畢業前,四個領域要修滿其中二個領域,共18學分。本班學生已於大一大二接觸四大學院核心菁 華課程,此時應可很明確瞭解自己有興趣的領域方向(主專長)。
    • 規劃「其他非通識課程專業選修11學分」,學生針對興趣領域來精修核心技術課程,即已足夠。故您會比其他學生多了其他學院的智能,未來就業別是否為您專長領域,均可很快進入狀況。

    >進一步了解專業選修資訊

  5. 校系分則上敘明「學業成績優異,補助至國外進行一學期或一學年交換學生」,那成績優異的定義?

    • 依據「國立交通大學學士班優秀入學生出國短期進修獎學金辦法」規定,優秀學生赴國外短期留學者,在校成績平均達80分、托福成績達IBT79分並於本校選修過3門全英文授課課程等規定方可提出申請。
    • 本班沒有名額限制,只要符合上述條件皆可申請出國。
  6. 讀奈米學士班未來的出路?

    依據您選擇修習領域而定:
    「奈米材料領域」同材料系學生的就業市場。
    「奈米電子領域」同電工系學生的就業市場。
    「奈米光電領域」同光電、電物系學生的就業市場。
    「奈米生科領域」如同生科系學生的就業市場。

    學生多元跨領域修習,通才教育,創造您無限的未來

  7. 有學生專屬空間嗎?會不會沒有歸屬感?

    • 奈米學士班目前僅設「大學部」,故所有資源全部投注在本班學生身上。
    • 奈米學士班等同於一般學系,有專屬的行政組織(設主任及助理),學校並有專屬空間約170坪,除行政及學生圖書空間外,尚有含2間教學實驗室。
    • 因本班學生數較少,學生專屬空間24hr開放,其感情活絡,就像一個小家庭般溫馨,凝聚力超強。

    >了解更多關於奈米學士班

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  1. Why is the department not called the Nanoscience and Engineering Department but instead the rather long name “Undergraduate Honors Program of Nanoscience and Engineering”?

    The nano bachelor program is the only joint undergraduate program of the College of Engineering, the College of Science, the College of Electrical Engineering and the College of Biological Science and Technology. The Ministry of Education gave the title of "degree program" specifically for the interdisciplinary learning. Furthermore, the term "department" usually refers to studies under a single field; thus, the program is called a "degree program."

  2. If I enroll in the nano bachelor program that involves 4 schools, can I choose not to study the course of a specific school?

    No. In the 1st and 2nd years, students must take the core courses of the 4 schools; these courses are “required by the major”. Thus, if students do not pass any of these courses, they need to retake the course.

    >Learn about the required professional courses

  3. Because the nano bachelor program is the first in the nation, what graduate masters’ program can I apply to in the future?

    In the 1st and 2nd years, students mainly take core courses, on which almost all of the graduate screening tests are based, as well as the “elective courses of the major”. Thus, you will have more graduate schools to select from. The first graduates from the program were admitted by departments or graduate schools including the Materials Institute, Photonics Institute, Electronics Institute, Electrical Engineering Institute, Electrophysics Institute, Power Mechanical Engineering Institute, Institute of Display, Engineering Science and Ocean Engineering Institute, Biomedical Engineering Institute, Graduate Institute of Biomedical Electronics and Bioinformatics, Biomedical Engineering and Environmental Sciences Institute, and Institute of Molecular Medicine.

  4. How can my main expertise be attained while taking interdisciplinary courses from 4 colleges? Will I lose focus and become a “master of none”?

    • Students start to take “elective courses of the major” in the 3rd year. The courses are in the following 4 major areas: College of Engineering: nanomaterials College of Science: nanophotonics College of Electrical and Computer Engineering: nanoelectronics College of Biological Science and Technology: nano-biological science and technology Before graduating, the student must complete 2 out of the 4 majors, for a total of 18 credits. Students in the program are exposed to the core courses of the 4 colleges in the 1st and 2nd years. By then, they should have decided which direction/field they are interested in (main expertise).
    • It should be sufficient if the student can use the 11 credits for “other non-general education elective courses of the major” and focus on the core technical courses of the area of interest. Therefore, compared with other students, you will have additional knowledge from other colleges and will be prepared for your future job very rapidly, whether or not it is in the area of your main expertise.

    >Learn about the elective professional courses

  5. It is stated in the department/school guidelines that “students with excellent academic performance will receive support to study abroad for one semester or one school year as an exchange student”. What is the definition of “excellent academic performance”?

    • 1. According to the "Regulations of the scholarship for outstanding undergraduate students for short-term study abroad, National Chiao Tung University", outstanding students who can study abroad for a short term must meet the following requirements for application: an average grade of 80%, a TOEFL score of IBT79, and passing grades in three elective courses taught in English.
    • There is no quota restriction. All students who meet the above requirements can apply.
  6. What kind of future career development is available for students in the program?

    It depends on the area you study: students who major in “nanomaterials” face the same job market as students from the Department of Materials Science; students who major in “nanoelectronics” face the same job market as students from the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering; students who major in “nanophotonics” face the same job market as students from the Department of Photonics and the Department of Electrophysics; students who major in “nano-biological science and technology” face the same job market as students from the Department of Biological Science and Technology. Students who study in multiple areas and receive the generalist education create a future with endless possibilities for themselves.

  7. Is there a dedicated space for students? Will students have a feeling of belonging nowhere?

    • Currently, the program includes only an undergraduate division; thus, all of the resources are used for the program’s students.
    • The program is equivalent to a department and has a dedicated administrative organization (with an assigned director and assistant). The school has set aside a dedicated space of approximately 170 m2 for the program, which includes administrative offices, a student library, and two teaching laboratories.
    • Due to the small number of students in the program and the dedicated 24 h student space, the students are emotionally connected, with family-like warmth and strong cohesion.

    >Learn about the program