Students in NTU Civil Engineering will be provided with ample research resources. We offer specialized learning fields and general courses as well, equipping our students for the innovative world ahead. We are looking for students with the fundamental knowledge and proficient skills to join us along the way. Passionate students from all around the world are welcome to be a part of the community.
Current master’s students having completed at least one semester of study may, with the recommendation of two professors (assistant professors or above) from their associated academic program, apply for entry into a direct-entry doctoral degree program (“direct-entry Ph.D. program”). Regulations Governing Direct-Entry Doctoral Degree Programs and 國立臺灣大學學生逕行修讀博士學位辦法 could be found on the Office of Academic Affairs website.
Geotechnical Engineering, also known as geotechnics, is the application of scientific methods and theories to investigate the mechanical behavior and characteristics of geomaterials for the solution of engineering problems and the design of engineering works. The research of Geotechnical Engineering covers soil mechanics, rock mechanics, engineering geology, geophysics, hydrogeology, and other related fields.
Structural Engineering is one of the most important areas in Civil Engineering. The Structural division has 15 faculty members, with expertise in all areas related to structural and material engineering. The main research activities of this division include the analysis and design of buildings, bridges, dams, and towers. Currently, the Department of Civil Engineering is considered as the best in Taiwan and as one of the leading institutions in the world in both applied and academic research in the Structural Engineering area.
Established in 1960, the Hydraulic Engineering Division has a successful history of providing education and research in hydrology, hydraulics, and environmental fluid mechanics. Our graduate programs are research-led to continuously tackle new challenges in the water environment. We produce knowledgeable and skilled researchers and professionals, and influential public sector leaders.
The Division of Transportation Engineering (TE) has been educating professionals and conducting research in transportation since 1970. The education and research of the TE Division have been focused on the planning, design, operation, and management of transportation facilities.
Construction Engineering and Management (CEM) is one of the newest disciplines in Civil Engineering. Established in 1990, the CEM division aims to bring new knowledge and innovations, and world-class professionals to the construction industry. We focus not only on the new technological challenges of today’s construction projects, but also the unique ability to integrate modern managerial/social sciences with civil engineering. We are committed to preparing our students to become future leaders.
The Computer-Aided Engineering (CAE) Division in the Department of Civil Engineering was established to fulfill the increasing demand for technology-driven solutions in modern Civil Engineering practice. The Division’s educational objective is to cultivate students to possess a multi-disciplinary skill-set that includes both engineering and information technology expertise. The Division’s research efforts aim to deepen and broaden the knowledge in response to the impact in the unprecedented growth of computing power, networks and artificial intelligence.
Our group features in giving professional training and knowledge of surveying and geomatics to students, advancing our own up-to-date technology, collaborating with other fields, and applying our expertise to help both governmental sectors and private enterprises on geomatics-related research and tasks.
The Artificial Intelligence (AI) Ph.D. Program in the Department of Civil Engineering was established to improve modern Civil Engineering and Disaster Prevention practice with data-driven, machine learning and computational technologies.
Department of Civil Engineering
National Taiwan University
Add.: Room 205, Civil Engineering Department Building
……..No.1, Sec. 4, Roosevelt Road, Taipei, 10617 Taiwan