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College of Earth Sciences

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College of Earth Sciences

Unique in Taiwan, the College of Earth Sciences of NCU was founded in 1998 by combining several Earth Sciences-related departments originally under the College of Science. The College presently consists of two Departments, five Institutes and one International Ph.D. Graduate Program: the Departments of Earth Sciences and Atmospheric Sciences for undergraduate education, and the Graduate Institutes of Geophysics, Atmospheric Physics, Space Sciences, Applied Geology, Hydrological and Oceanic Sciences and Earth System Sciences for research and graduate training. Offering academic degrees of BS, MS and PhD, the education in the College aims to equip the students with comprehensive knowledge and understanding of the Earth and its dynamic changes as an integrated system by means of tools from a variety of disciplines, including those in situ, ground-based as well as space-borne, and numerical models and simulations. Practical applications and field experiences, especially those pertaining to environmental changes and natural hazards, are also emphasized. The College infrastructure includes traditional as well as state-of-the-art instruments, and ample computing facilities. Steadily growing, the faculty now numbers 55 professors, while the student number exceeds 800, out of which nearly half are graduate students.

20th Anniversary

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 地球科學學院於民國87年8月正式成立,迄今已逾20年。在歷任院長的擘畫與帶領下,已為地科院的發展奠定堅實基礎。惟隨著時空環境的轉移,國內外高...

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