THE DEPARTMENT OF ENTOMOLOGY

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Website : http://www.entomol.ntu.edu.tw
E-mail : entomol@ms.cc.ntu.edu.tw

FACULTY

Full-time: 13
Part-time: 9
Ph.D. Degree: 20
M.S. Degree : 1

Full-Time

Professors

Kai-Kuang Ho: Ph.D., National Taiwan University, Taiwan.
Wu-Kang Peng: Ph.D., National Taiwan University, Taiwan.
Err-Lieh Hsu: Ph.D., National Taiwan University, Taiwan.
Ping-Shih Yang: Ph.D., National Taiwan University, Taiwan.
Hwei-Yu Chang: Ph.D., University of California, Davis, USA.
Chung-Hsiung Wang: Ph.D., National Taiwan University, Taiwan.
Wen-Jer Wu: Ph.D., National Taiwan University, Taiwan.
Shwu-Bin Horng: Ph.D., National Taiwan University, Taiwan.
How-Jing Lee: Ph.D., University of California, Berkeley, USA.
Chiou-Nan Chen: Ph.D., University of Illinois, USA.
Cheng-Jen Shih: Ph.D., National Taiwan University, Taiwan.

Associate Professors

Chiun-Cheng Ko: Ph.D., National Taiwan University, Taiwan.

Assistant Professors

Shiuh-Feng Shiao: Ph.D., National Taiwan University, Taiwan.

Adjunct Professors

Yion-Shing Chow: Ph.D., University of Auburn, USA.
Te-Yeh Ku: Ph.D., Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University, USA.
Can-Jen Ma: Ph.D., Oregon State University, USA.
Kang-Chen Lo: M.S., National Taiwan University, Taiwan.
Sjuey-Sheng Kao: Ph.D., Uinversity of Minnesota, USA.
Fei-Jann Lin: B.A., National Taiwan Normal University, Taiwan.
Tung-Ching Hsu: Ph.D., National Taiwan University, Taiwan.
James K. An: Ph.D., Chinese Cultural University, Taiwan.

Adjunct Associate Professors

Shun-Cheng Wang: Ph.D., National Taiwan University, Taiwan.

FACILITIES

The department and the research institute concern the causal factors, mechanisms and control of insect pests, biodiversity research and applications of biotechnology. The department consists of laboratories of Physiology, Toxicology, Ecology, Insect Conservation, Ecological Modelling, Taxonomy, Insect Pathology, Agricultural Entomology, Biological Control, Behaviour, Genetics and Biotechnology. The department is well equipped for research. Research topics emphasize on not only pest control and management, but also the research and applications of medical and urban pests, useful insects, microbiology, biodiversity and biotechnology.

PROGRAMS OF STUDY

(1) Undergraduate  Program

The department offers a four-year program leading to the degree of Bachelor of Agricultural Science. The students must complete a minimum of 130 credits.
(1) Required Courses for Undergraduate
Courses Credits
General Chemistry (Lab.) (4)
General Zoology (Lab.) (4)
General Entomology (Lab.)(4)
Introduction to Special Topics in Entomology (2)
Genetics (3)
General Botany (Lab.) (4)
Calculus (6)
Insect Morphology (Lab.) (3)
Insect Taxonomy (Lab.) (6)
Insect Physiology (Lab.) (3)
Insect Ecology (Lab.) (3)
Economic Entomology (Lab.) (3)
Principles of Insect Pest Management (2)
Introduction to Agriculture (2)
Organic Chemistry (Lab.) (4)
Statistics (3)
Plant Pathology (3)
Hand-on Experience of Modern Agriculture (2)

(2) Requirements for the Graduate

The Graduate level offers a 1-4 year program leading to the degree of Master of Agricultural Science. The minimum requirement of credits is 24, plus 6 credits of thesis. The Doctoral level offers a 2-7 year program leading to the degree of Doctor of Philosophy in Agriculture. The minimum requirement of credits is 18, plus 12 credits of thesis.

ACADEMIC ACTIVITIES

1. Hold open seminar and symposium related to Entomology.
2. Sponsor the annual meetings of Taiwan Entomological Society, Plant Protection Society, and Pest Control Association of the Republic of China.

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