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Department and Curriculum

 The school has the most fully functional departments among those of Taipei senior industrial schools. According to the curriculum standard, the school is categorized into 5 categories, including mechanical, electrical and electronic, civil architectural and industrial art. From those 5 categories, the school is further categorized into 10 departments, containing mechanical technique, automobile technique, drafting technique, electrical technique, electronic technique, refrigeration & air conditioning technique, computer technique, control technique, architecture technique, and graphic arts communication technique. We are even now established the Comprehensive High School.

  The curriculum of vocational education is designed focusing upon the students skills, generally divided into academic subjects (52%), theoretical subjects (22%), and workshop practice (26%). Classified by curriculum establishment, there are 79% subjects established by Ministry and 21% by the school self. Besides, it can be divided into obligatory subjects (89%, 146 credits) and elective subjects (11%, 18 credits), which are shown as Table 1. Besides, military training and nursing (10 credits), physical education (12 credits) and activity subjects (24 credits) are also included in obligatory subjects.  

Tables 1: Curriculum Frame for Industrial Vocational School
Unit : Credits
TABLE: Curriculum frame for Industrial Vocational Schoo l

  The courses of Comprehensive High School are divided into three portions. Adopting the course design like this is goal to let students study and do what they really interest in. The curriculum is divided into common subjects 80 credits (50%) and academic subjects 80 credits (50%). Classified by curriculum establishment, there are 64 credits (40%) subjects established by Ministry and 16 credits (10%) by the school self, while elective subjects are 80 credits (50%). And military training and nursing (10 credits), physical education (12 credits) and activity subjects (24 credits) are also included in obligatory subjects but with no credits, every student must take at least 160 credits for graduation. The whole chart is shown as follows.  

Table 2 : Curriculum Frame for Comprehensive High School
TABLE:Curriculum frame for Comprehensive High School