• The faculty specialties in the Department of Civil Engineering cover four professional fields: Structural Engineering, Geotechnical Engineering, Surveying and Information, Construction Management and Property Management.
  • There are remarkable research results and plentiful engineering trainings and special topics study in the areas of nondestructive detection, vibration control, earthquake proof, structural reinforcement, disaster prevention and mitigation, and of GIS and GPS. In addition to theoretical instruction and practical applications, the Department especially concentrates on the research and development of the new technology and its transfer, the globalization and the knowledge economization, and contributes a great deal to community engineering education.
  • Students may participate in each designed program, including the Project Management, Geographical Information Application, Water and Soil Environmental Management, and many other common programs available.
  • In response to the era of e-learning environment, the Department has established a project- and practice-oriented e-designed teaching platform, via the three-year department characteristic plan; and the Department has combined the faculty’s professional fields, to embark the “practical software” centered curriculum for undergraduate students and the “engineering application subject” centered curriculum for graduate students.
  • With a multi-dimensional teacher’s class, a high quality family system, and the learning to concern life values, the Department has integrated the undergraduate classes with master’s and doctoral classes to form a complete Civil Engineering education system; and the Department, by the numerous alumni accumulated from past years since its foundation in 1961, has become a domestic and solid Civil Engineering group.
Course duration
  • Undergraduate Degree Program: 4 years full-time

  • Master's Degree Program: 2 years full-time
Total Credits
  • Undergraduate Degree Program: 134 Credits

          Required Courses: 69 Credits

          Elective Courses: 65 Credits

  • Master's Degree Program: 32 Credits

          Required Courses: 3 Credits (Excluding Master Thesis)

          Elective Courses: 29 Credits

Start month
  • Spring Semester: February
  • Fall Semester: August
Faculty FCU College of Construction and Development in the Department of Civil Engineering
Course contact

Email: istai@fcuoa.fcu.edu.tw


Careers MS,PhD,PE(Professional Engineers-Civil Engineer,Geotechnical Engineer,Survey Engineer,Soil Conservation Engineer,etc.)

IEET Accreditation

Ratified by the Board - May 2012



The Department of Civil Engineering aims to provide students with strong technical education that will prepare them for either professional careers in industry or graduate education in their chosen areas of specialization, and with cross-disciplinary programs available in response to a rapidly changing technological world.



 IEET Accreditation