Curriculum Core of Automotive Robotics Engineering (ARE) Program is complying with International acknowledged guidelines from the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE) and Association for Computing Machinery (ACM). These compliances constitute the competitive advantages of ARE Students toward International Recognition within Students’ International Exposures in Professional and/or Entrepreneurship. Furthermore, students conduct their international study exposures in Fukuoka, Japan. During that international study exposures within summer course, students are exposed to comprehensive course and internship in Japanese companies, through coordination with ASO College of Automotive Engineering and Technology. Ultimately, the aforementioned curriculum is orchestrated to ensure the balance among knowledge and industrial implementations through hands on projects.
This 4-year program is covering, but not limited to Basic courses and engineering fundamental in the field of mechanical systems, intelligent software systems, and connected electronic systems. Eventually, the technical and special courses, including internship and final project, support the abilities in developing intelligent automotive and robotics systems.