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Academic Education
Academic education is organized around different programs, consisting of a group of integrated courses. Comprehensive, simple, practical and professional programs are designed across different academic departments, adopting a refined education of knowledge necessary for the Navy. Cadets will be able to develop proficiency in a certain professional knowledge and skill after taking the programs. Planning of the academic programs is written into the "2002 National Defense Report" as one of the key points of improved military education. In addition, amendment of the University Law has been drafted by the Ministry of Education to include the "academic programs" degree.





Academic Eduction Page Image New recruits of the Academy may take one of the five programs: Marine Science, Marine Mechanical Engineering, Electrical Engineering, Applied Science and Information Management. Courses are classified into "basic sciences" (28 credits), "marine engineering" (21 credits) and "major program" (41 credits). Each academic department offers one or more "major programs," that is, integrated programs related to the development of naval military technology. Programs currently on offer include: "Ocean Acoustics and Anti-submarine Warfare," "Naval Mechanic and Dynamic System," "Naval Weapon System," "Naval Applied Chemistry," "Naval Technology," "National Defense Information Management" and "National Defense Information Engineering." These not only represent the academic characteristics of the Academy, but also constitute the direction of key academic development and a planned educational investment.







Curriculum Design



Name of Courses Credit
Name of Courses Credit
General Core
The Constitution and Founding Spirits of R.O.C., Introduction to Law,P.R.C. Policies and Cross-straits Relationship, Psychology, Chinese Language, Contemporary History of China, Ethics of Military Profession, English Language, Computer Information & Application, Management
Military Core
Seamanship, Terrestrial navigation, Celestial navigation, Command, control, communication & intelligence, Naval strategics & tactics, Tradition and history of the Navy, Introduction to Philosophy, Historical models of military leaders
Basic sciences
Calculus, Physics including lab., Chemistry including lab., Engineering mathematics, Underwater acoustics, Ocean Meteorology, Applied Mechanics, Automatic control
Electronics, Circuit theory, Engineering simulator system, Naval engineering gas turbine, Naval engineering steamer and boiler, Naval engineering internal combustion engine, Naval engineering auxiliary machinery
Major program
Department of Marine Science
 -Ocean Acoustics and Anti-submarine Warfare Program
Department of Marine Mechanical Engineering
 -Naval Mechanic and Dynamic System Program
Department of Electrical Engineering
 -Naval Weapon System Program
Department of Applied Science
 -Naval Applied Chemistry Program
 -Naval Technology Program
Department of Information Management
 -National Defense Information Engineering Program
 -National Defense Information Management Program
To graduate, cadets must take at least 143 credits.