|THE DEPARTMENT OF FORESTRY
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Ph.D. Degree: 26
M.S. Degree: 1
Zheng, Chinlong: Ph.D., Univ. of Massachusetts,
Chen, Hsin-Hsiung: Ph.D., Tokyo Univ., Japan
Chen, Chaw-Ming: Ph.D., Freiburg Univ., Germany
Wang, Song-Yung: Ph.D., Tokyo Univ., Japan
Wang, Hweig: Ph.D., Oregan State Univ., U.S.A.
Hu, Hung-Tao: Ph.D., Freiburg Univ., Germany.
Sju, Horng-Jye: Ph.D., National Taiwan Univ., R.O.C.
Kuo, Shing-Rong: Ph.D., National Taiwan Univ., R.O.C.
Chen, Yeong-Kuan: Ph.D., National Taiwan Univ., R.O.C.
Lo, Hann-Chung: Ph.D., National Taiwan Univ., R.O.C.
Lee, Kouchung-J.: Ph.D., Univ. of Wisconsin, U.S.A.
Chang, Shang-Tzen: Ph.D., Virginia Polytechnic Institute & State
Wang, Ya-Nan: Ph.D., National Taiwan Univ., R.O.C.
Ying, Shao-Shan: Master, National Taiwan Univ., R.O.C.
Chen, Ming-Chieh: Ph.D., National Taiwan Univ., R.O.C.
Guan, Biing-T.: Ph.D., Univ., of Illinois (Urbana-Champaign), U.S.A.
Lin, Wen-Liang: Ph.D., National Taiwan
Yuan, Hsiao-Wei: Ph.D., Cornell Univ., U.S.A.
Wang, Lih-Jih: Ph.D., Univ. of Washington, U.S.A.
Chiou, Chyi-Rong: Ph.D., Colorado State Univ., U.S.A.
Tsai, Ming-Jer: Ph.D., Freiburg Univ., Germany
Ko, Chun-Han: Ph.D., U.C.L.A., U.S.A.
Lu,Dau-Jye: Ph.D., Univ. of Wales,U.K.
Ding,Tzung-Su: Ph.D., Univ. of California, Davis,U.S.A.
One 4-story forstry building, one 2-story forest aerial-photo mensuration
building, one 4-story forest products building and one greenhouse.
Wood physics, wood processing, wooden construction, wood chemistry,
pulp and paper, erosion control, forest hydrology, forest tree breeding,
tree phyiology, forest soil science, forest tree techniques, forest
management, forest economics, remote sensing, surveying forest havesting,
marketing of forest products, forest mensuration, tree taxonomy,
plant taxonomy, forest ecology, tree anatomy resource inventory
and wildlife ecology.
Gas chromatography, computers, wood-working machinery, pulping and
paper making equipment, surveying equipment, chemical balance, spectroscopy,
microscope, atomic absorption spectrophotometry microtomeknife sharpner,
precision radiation thermometer, electric resistivity instrument,
Zesis Planicrt E3, jena Zeiss plotter. Image processor, high frequency
generator digital con/plate visconter, compact low temperature thermostats
Densime-ter, heatflow meter, Dverall thermal resistance test. Machine
stress wave timer system, ultrasonic testing machine.
The department of forestry consisted of four division: Silviculture,
Resource Management, Forest Industry and Resource Conservation.
The undergraduate program requires four years of study and a minimum
of 128 semester credits. Students must complete residence and course
requirements to receive a Bachelor's degree in Agriculture.
(1)The required courses of Silviculture Division:
CALCULUS (GENERAL MATHEMATICS) (B), GENERAL CHEMISTRY (C), GENERAL
CHEMISTRY LAB.,GENERAL BOTANY (B), GENERAL BOTANY LAB. (B) ,INTRODUCTION
TO FORESTRY, ORGANIC CHEMISTRY (C), ORGANIC CHEMISTRY LAB. (B),
DENDROLOGY AND PRACTICE, STATISTICS, FOUNDATION OF SILVICULTURE,
PRACTICE OF SILVICULTURE AND PRACTICE, FOREST SOIL AND LAB.ĦBTREE
PHYSIOLOGY AND LAB. , FOREST PROTECTION, FOREST MANAGEMENT AND PRACTICE,
FOREST PRODUCTS AND PRACTICE, TREE IMPROVEMENT AND LAB. , FOREST
CAMP PRACTICE, FOREST ECOLOGY, FOREST POLICY AND LAW, SEMINAR
(2) The required courses of Resource Management
CALCULUS (GENERAL MATHEMATICS) (B), GENERAL BOTANY (B), GENERAL
BOTANY LAB. (B), ECONOMICS, INTRODUCTION TO FORESTRY, SILVICULTURE
AND PRACTICE, DENDROLOGY AND PRACTICE, STATISTICS, SURVEYING AND
PRACTICE, FOREST PRODUCTS AND PRACTICE, COMPUTER SCIENCE APPLIED
IN FORESTRY, FOREST ECONOMICS, FOREST POLICY AND LAW, FOREST RESOURCE
MEASUREMENTS AND INVENTORY, FOREST CAMP PRACTICE, SEMINAR, FOREST
ENVIRONMENT MANAGEMENT AND PLANNING, FOREST RESOURCE MANAGEMENT
(3) The required courses of Forest Industry
CALCULUS (GENERAL MATHEMATICS) (B), GENERAL PHYSICS (C), GENERAL
PHYSICS LAB. , GENERAL CHEMISTRY (B), GENERAL CHEMISTRY LAB. , INTRODUCTION
TO FORESTRY, SILVICULTURE AND PRACTICE, DENDROLOGY AND PRACTICE,
STATISTICS, INDUSTRIAL MANAGEMENTĦBWOOD ANATONY AND LAB, FOREST MANAGEMENT
AND PRACTICE, WOOD PHYSICS AND LAB. , WOOD CHEMISTRY AND LAB. ,
FOREST CAMP PRACTICE, WOOD FINISHING AND PRACTICE, FACTORY PRACTICE
(B) , SEMINAR
(4) The required courses of Resource Conservation
CALCULUS (GENERAL MATHEMATICS) (B), GENERAL CHEMISTRY (B) , GENERAL
CHEMISTRY LAB. , GENERAL BOTANY (B), GENERAL BOTANY LAB. (B), INTRODUCTION
TO FORESTRY, SILVICULTURE AND PRACTICE, STATISTICS, FOREST PRODUCTS
AND PRACTICE, FOREST MANAGEMENT AND PRACTICE, FOREST CAMP PRACTICE,
FOREST ECOLOGY & PRACTICE, SEMINAR
The Master of Science Program
The master of science degree is an acadmic degree granted by the
graduate institute of Forestry. student may pursue a degree in Silviculture,
Resource Management, Forest Products or Resource Conservation. Full
time students must be in residence for one to four years and must
complete at least 24 credits of appropriate courses and 6 thesis
credits, and must submit an acceptable thesis based on original
research. A student must fulfill all these requirements and pass
thesis defense to receive a Master of Science. The required courses
for each division are listed as follows:
(1) Silviculture Division:
seminar (2), special Topic research (2), thesis (6).
(2) Resource Management Divison:
Seminar (2), special topic research (2), thesis (6).
(3) Forest Products Division:
Special lecture in forest products engineering (2), advanced wood
chemistry (2), special lecture in forest products chemistry (2),
special lecture in forest engineering (2), research methods in forest
hydrology (3), seminar (2), special topic research (2), thesis(6).
(4) Rescources Conservation Division:
Seminar (2), Special Topic Research (2) Thesis (6).
The Doctor of Philosophy Program
The Graduate Industitute of Forestry offers programs leding to
the doctor of philosophy degree with requirements of 2 to 7 years
of study beyond th emaster's degree and completion of at least 18
semester units (not including the 12 credits for the thesis), of
courses uniquely related to the dissertation research in the fields
of silviculture, resources management, forest product, and dendrology,
after completing the postgraduate study with satisfactory scores,
graduates are accorded the doctor of philosophy.
1. Seminars and symposia are conducted on a non-periodical basis.
Scholars and other specialists from abroad may be invited to attend
such meetings to exchange ideas and information on the latest developments
in forestry research and technology.
2. The Department of Foresty publishes the Journal of the NTU Experimental
Forest and other cooperative research reports.
3. Each year, the Department of Forestry receives a total of about
20 research grants from the National Science Council, the Council
of Agriculture, the Forestry Bureau, the Tourism Bureau and other