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MS Program Requirements (for students entering from 2009)
- The advisor must be a full-time member of the CSIE department faculty. However, with the approval of the department chairman and the advisor, the student may request one co-advising professor from outside the department.
- The advisor shall be chosen before the completion of the second semester.
- The Advisor Content Form must be submitted every semester after the advisor has been chosen.
- Consult the relevant guidelines for NTU and for the CSIE department for information on switching advisors.
- Required courses
- M.S. Thesis: required during last semester.
- Special Project: required for all but the first semester. Must complete at least two semesters of Special Project before graduating.
- Seminar: must complete at least two semesters of Seminar before graduating.
- Theory of Computation.
- Must complete 24 credits (not including M.S. Thesis, Special Project, or Seminar), at least 15 of which must be for courses offered by Information Sciences departments.
- Students who have passed equivalent courses before admission to the program shall refer to the relevant NTU regulations and procedures to apply for course waivers.
- The department will decide upon admission whether any extra courses need to be taken. Credits for such undergraduate-level courses will not apply to graduation requirements.
- Required courses
- The degree defense process will proceed according to relevant NTU regulations.
- Students meeting any of the following conditions will be dismissed from the program:
- Have not passed Theory of Computation within 5 semesters;
- By the beginning of the third semester, have not had an advisor for 2 semesters.
- Any discrepancies in these requirements shall be resolved by the relevant requirements of the Ministry of Education and of National Taiwan University.
- These requirements are official pending approval by the Academic Affairs Committee. This is a translation of the Chinese original. In case of discrepancies, the Chinese text shall be consulted.