The College of Engineering has an educational mission, “Develop innovative individuals with the basic academic intellect to contribute to society”. Professors overemphasized lecture-based knowledge and focused to teach “how to manufacture” rather than “what to manufacture” in many engineering universities. By reviewing the tendency, the College implements an educational policy based on three stages as described below.
The first stage is to elucidate "what purpose engineering and technology is applied for?" To do this, the significant breakthroughs and deficiencies must be surveyed in the history of humankind. The second stage is to ascertain "why we produce artifacts?” Society of humankind always generates demands and the demands require the practical implementation of engineering. True professional engineers would not be unconditionally obedient to all the demands. They behave themselves objectively with critical thinking. The education of the College nurture considerable insight. Therefore, it is essential to expose students to in-depth critical insight. The third is to study the innovative aspects of "how to manufacture?" and thus to enhance creativity.