With “tapping the current development trend of the international academic and engineering world” and “creating cutting-edge academic domains” as our educational goals, we aim to increase our research and teaching quality through macroscopic and long-term curriculum arrangement and laboratory construction projects. We aggressively inspire students with the idea of “learning by doing”. Aside from practical courses directly linked to modern engineering technology such as Compound Semiconductor, Optoelectronics Materials, High Speed Microwave Devices and Biomedical Electronics, our curriculum also focuses on the training of fundamental subjects such as Contemporary Physics, Biology, Mathematical Methods for Physics, Introduction to Solid State Physics and Quantum Physics, in order to meet the need for advanced compounds, optoelectronics, and semiconductor science in the future. This is in the hope that our students will develop their ability to conduct comprehensive analysis on the properties of compound semiconductor materials, and to design compound semiconductor devices and systems. We have set our goals to cultivate intellectual young people who are physically and mentally healthy and who will have global prospects, executive capability, cost conscious minds and compassionate hearts.