|Tatung Institute of Technology|
|Address||Zhongshan, Taipei, Taiwan|
The university was originally established as Tatung Institute of Technology in 1956 and began to offer two-year college programs. Dr. T. S. Lin was then appointed as president of the school. The institute was accredited as a four-year institute of technology in 1963, began to offer master's programs in 1976 and doctoral programs in 1982. It was renamed Tatung University in 1999. President Lin died in 2006, and Dr. Jiann-Kuo Wu was elected as president.
The university is composed of three colleges; 10 departments; 12 master's programs; and 11 Ph.D. programs. The number of students enrolled now stands at 4,200, with 30% pursuing graduate studies.
College of Engineering
- The Department of Mechanical Engineering
- The Department of Chemical Engineering
- The Department of Materials Engineering
- The Department of Bioengineering
College of Management
- The Department of Business Management
- The Department of Information Management
- The Department of Applied Foreign Languages
College of Electrical and Information Engineering
- The Department of Electrical Engineering
- The Department of Computer Science and Engineering
- The Department of Applied Mathematics
- The Graduate Institute of Electro-Optical Engineering
- The Graduate Institute of Communication Engineering
College of Design
- The Department of Industrial Design
- The Department of Media Design
- The Graduate Institute of Design Science
- Chen Ing-hau, author of the CIH computer virus and founder of 8tory.
- Chiang Nai-shin, member of Legislative Yuan
- David Sun, businessman
- Hsieh Shou-shing, Minister of Atomic Energy Council.
- Lin Chu-chia, Governor of Fujian Province (2016)
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