NTOU - College of Engineering

The College emphasizes the integration of knowledge and technology in the field of system engineering and naval architecture, harbor and river engineering, mechanical and mechatronie engineering, and materials engineering.

External link : http://www.ntoucse.ntou.edu.tw/~english/

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Taken: 03/09/2010
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