Optometry

Course TitleDescription
BiochemistryThis is a two-credit course in which students will examine the chemical and physical processes that occur within living organisms.
BiostatisticsThis course introduces basic descriptive statistics, probability and inferential statistics, from which students will learn about data collection, description, mapping, statistical analysis and inference. These biostatistic concepts will help students think analytically, integrate research results, and write scientific papers.
PhysiologyPhysiology is a discipline that covers the functions of human bodies and medical concepts, including the functions of cells and organs. The objective of this course is to familiarize students with these functions and their applications.
Physiology ExperimentThis course aims to introduce the techniques and methods of monitoring and assessing physical activities of the human body, so students will gain a geneal understanding of the clinical ways to detect human diseases beforehand.
Organic ChemistryThis course aims to introduce basic principles of organic chemistry, covering introductions of atomic structure, the manufacturing process, reactions, and attributes of organic compounds. Students will lay a foundation for their further studies of biochemistry.
PhysicsThis is a fundamental course, designed to explore the changes of things. Students can apply the principles of physics to improve the quality or conditions of life. Course content includes physical quantity and units, description of physical quantity and linear motion, planar motion, dynamics, work and energy, momentum and impulse, center of mass, and heat.
Consumer BehaviorThis course aims to introduce the observations and analysis of consumers' behaviors, and present the importance in the application of marketing strategies. Students will learn to understand the needs of consumers and the environment in which they stay.
PathologyThis course introduces the terminologies and basic concepts of human anatomy with the following three objectives: (1) to help students gain an understanding of the functioning of the human body, (2) to cover abnormal physical conditions, (3) to help students cultivate professional service attitude.
Financial ManagementThis is a financial management course, covering introductions to financial management, asset risks and evaluation, investment and financing decisions, financial forecast and planning, and financial management issues.
SeminarThis course introduces the principles of optometry, concepts and skills of operating equipment to equip students with professional skills required in the job market. Other topics include equipment maintenance, merchandise maintenance, reception skills, and introductions to various instruments such as lensmeters, keratometers, rx of spectacles and grinding machines. Moreover, students will also learn to examine, prescribe lenses and discuss in class.
General Chemistry ExperimentThis course allows students to learn principles of chemistry through hands-on experience from which students will acquire common lab skills and become familiar with scientific methods.
General BiologyThis course introduces concepts of biology, including cells, individuals, the ecological system and biosphere in a systematic way.
Electronic CommerceThis is a basic course of glass design, aimed to train students to become more competitive in the job market. Course content covers: 1. Introductions to basic optics 2. Trainings of glass design: to familiarize students with basic concepts of this profession, and train them to think independently and solve problems.
Experimen of PhysicsPhysics Experiment is to enable students to have a deeper understanding basic principles of physics through experiments and observation. The course covers measurement, instantaneous speed, average velocity, rectilinear motion, projectile motion, force addition and subtraction, Newton's 2nd law, simple pendulum, conservation of momentum, conservation of energy, and specific heat of metal.
General ChemistryThis course introduces basic principles of chemistry, covering introductions to atomic structure, chemical measurement, and various chemical reactions as well as features.
ManagementThis course introduces basic concepts and theories of management , including planning, organization, leadership, control, and management issues. Course content covers organizational environment, global environment, planning and manpower management, management ethics, strategy applications, etc. to enable students to understand the principles and concepts of store management.
PsychologyPsychology is a discipline which studies human behaviors and mental processes with scientific methods. Therefore, this course is designed to give students an understanding of the theories of psychology, mainstream thoughts and their impacts. Throughout the course, students will learn to critically view their relationship with others, and respect pluralistic values.
MarketingThis course mostly consists of lectures, aimed to teach students customer-oriented thinking and market segmentation. Course content includes the definitions of marketing, philosophical changes, customer satisfaction and complaints, the theories and applications of market segmentation, consumers' behaviors and brand management as well as all the management issues regarding marketing.
Organization BehaviorThis course aims to enhance students' understanding of issues about individual behaviors and group or organizational behaviors. Students will also learn to write and analyze the management efficiency of related issues.
University Physics (I)This is a fundamental course, designed to explore the changes of things. Students can apply the principles of physics to improve the quality or conditions of life. Course content includes physical quantity and units, description of physical quantity and linear motion, planar motion, dynamics, work and energy, momentum and impulse, center of mass, and heat.
General Biology ExperimentThis course aim to introduce basic research skills of biology, the use of instruments, and report writing skills.
Microbiology and ImmunologyThis course introduces basic concepts of microorganisms, and the connections between microorganisms and diseases. Impacts of immunology on health will also be covered.
Anatomy and Histology of the EyeThis course introduces the basic structure of human bodies including the eyes, ocular tissue section, osteology, the nervous system, cardiovascular system, superficial and deep facial muscles, upper and lower limbs, etc.
Visual OpticsThis is a basic course of visual optics, aimed to train students to become more competitive in the job market. Course content covers: 1. Introductions to basic optics 2. Trainings of glass design: to familiarize students with basic concepts of this profession, and train them to think independently and solve problems.
Ophthalmic OpticsThis is a basic course of glass design, aimed to train students to become more competitive in the job market. Course content covers: 1. Introductions to basic optics 2. Trainings of glass design: to familiarize students with basic concepts of this profession, and train them to think independently and solve problems.
Optometry InstrumentTeach students to operate the instrument quickly and accurately, and be able to accurately grasp the relevant operating procedures and obtain detailed test values ??for the purpose of eyeglass fitting or ophthalmic treatment.
Physiology OpticsThis is a basic course of glass design, aimed to train students to become more competitive in the job market. Course content covers: 1. Introductions to basic optics 2. Trainings of glass design: to familiarize students with basic concepts of this profession, and train them to think independently and solve problems.
Refraction(II)This course aims to introduce vision tests and analysis.
The Lab of Refraction(I)This course is a very important discipline for students to engage in school practice. Practical operation and optometric skills are to equip students with essential job skills. The course covers the clinical refractive check and the operation and maintenance of optometric equipment. Students will learn to perform optometry operations, and cultivate interests in this field.
The Lab of Refraction(II)1.Optometrists must have professional knowledge and knowledge of optometry, and will play in clinical optometry work, to make the correct diagnosis of eye refractive errors and appropriate correction prescription. 2.This course is the theory of optometry into the actual clinical application of technology.
The Material of GlassesThis is a basic course of glass design, aimed to train students to become more competitive in the job market. Course content covers: 1.Material properties of lenses 2. Material properties of glasses frame to familiarize students with basic concepts of this profession, and train them to think independently and solve problems.
OphthalmlolgyThis is a third year elective course teaching Optometry students basic clinical concepts behind Ophthalmology and Optometry. The course will cover common ocular pathologies, visual dysfunctions, and related examination procedures encountered in clinical settings.
Ophthalmic DispensingOphthalmic dispensing refers to the prescription of glasses to improve vision. Through the course, students will learn about the characteristics of lens and frames, principles of correction, and understand the problems caused by poor dispensing.
Low VisionThis course is based on fundamental optic concepts, and aims to integrate all the concepts in optics. The course objectives are to assist visually impaired people in rebuilding their lives or enhancing the quality of their lives.
Health Care of VisionThe course is designed to nurture students' understanding of the care and education of visually related diseases
Contact LensesThis course covers the following content: 1. basic concepts of physiological optics of contact lens, 2. applications of physiological optics of contact lens, to help students acquire a basic understanding of contact lens.
Visual PerceptionStudents will understand the development of vision and the different visual perceptions’ functions and their effects. .
Clinical Optometry(I)This course focuses on ophthalmic refraction, and introduces the applications of physiological vision and physical optics. Students will gain a better understanding of theories in this class.
Clinical Optometry(II)This course focuses on ophthalmic refraction, and introduces the applications of physiological vision and physical optics. Students will gain a better understanding of theories in this class.
The Lab of Clinical Optometry(II)The course focuses on ophthalmology, and also covers the applications of physiological vision and physic optics. Students will have opportunities to conduct hands-on experiments in class.
Clinical Ocular PharmacologyThis course introduces some commonly seen eye diseases, and the treatments. In addition to pharmacologic mechanism of action, clinical purposes of drugs, dosages, and side effects will also be introduced.
Statistical PackageThis course primarily teaches students to use Minitab, a statistical software, to carry out data processing and analyze data. Students will also learn to use statistical results for their decision-making process.
The Aesthetica of VisionThrough the understanding of the operation of the visual system, we will further cultivate the characteristics of appreciation of beauty
The Lab of Anatomy and Histology of the EyeStudents will learn about the basic structure of human bodies, and how bodies function before they learn about the structure of ocular tissues, the fraction principles, and the nerve signaling route. The latest technology to detect related diseases will also be introduced for research purposes.
Refraction(I)This course aims to introduce vision tests and analysis.
Binocular VisionThis course is emphasis on the binocular function mode. From the simply easy entrance tests to more complicated binocular function tests and analysis. It also includes the skill to refract different type of patients,case study and discussion. It is a must study course for a student in order to advance his or her ability in optometry.
The Lab of Ophthalmic DispensingThis course teaches students to understand the design of lenses and frames.
The Lab of Contact LensesStudents will work in groups to watch videos and use the equipment to observe the correlations between the cornea and contact lenses.
Optometry PracticeThis course introduces the principles, practices and skills of optometric dispensing. Other topics include the operation and maintenance of equipment, the maintenance of merchandise, and reception skills. A general introduction to various instruments such as lensmeters, keratometers, rx of spectacles and grinding machines will also be covered.
The Lab of Clinical Optometry(I)The course focuses on ophthalmology, and also covers the applications of physiological vision and physic optics. Students will have opportunities to conduct hands-on experiments in class.
Vision ScienceThis is a first year course designed to introduce students to vision science. Basic vision science concepts that are the foundation behind the field of Optometry will be covered.
Foundation CalculusThe course contains the limits and continuity of functions, the function of the chain, the law of the chain, the applications of the derivative function and the indefinite integral, which are tools for analysis and fundamental mathematical skills.
The Design of ClassThis is a basic course of glass design, aimed to train students to become more competitive in the job market. Course content covers: 1. Introductions to basic optics 2. Trainings of glass design: to familiarize students with basic concepts of this profession, and train them to think independently and solve problems.
Chain Store ServiceThis course helps students obtain store service B and C licenses, which are divided into two parts: disciplines and technical examination. Students will first learn basic principles of store service, supplemented by the practice of previous exams to strengthen the concepts. Then students will have opportunities to practice skills to learn more about the contents of the exam.
Spectacle Design PracticeThis is a basic course of glass design, aimed to train students to become more competitive in the job market. Course content covers: 1. Introductions to basic optics 2. Trainings of glass design: to familiarize students with basic concepts of this profession, and train them to think independently and solve problems.
Special Lecture of RefractionThis two-unit course aims to introduce the functions of vision, covering basic tests, optometry skills and vision analysis. Other topics include case studies and discussions of rare diseases, all of which are must-learn basic concepts.
Special Lecture of Contact LensesThis course introduces the history of contact lens, covering the cornea, oxygen, tears, materials, the design of lens, correction principles of astigmatism contact lens, and the introductions of nursing liquids.
Special topics in visual opticsThis is a basic course of glass design, aimed to train students to become more competitive in the job market. Course content covers: 1. Introductions to basic optics 2. Trainings of glass design: to familiarize students with basic concepts of this profession, and train them to think independently and solve problems.
Special topics in eye physiology and ethicsPhysiology of the eye, how the eye works in normal non-pathological condition, how it gather lights, the basic refractive status of the eye, how the cornea refract lights, how the retina absorb the energy of various lights and change into signal so the brain can recognize the signal, etc. Pre-requst knowledge for pathology of the eye.
Special topics in low vision and ophthalmic lens dispensingReviewof all the related learning on low vision and dispensing. Ready for licens board.
Eye diseasesEye diseases are closely related to the quality of vision and vision. Various eye diseases and treatment methods are introduced in the course to help strengthen eye health knowledge.
Visual interaction designThis course is an application subject of visual interaction design. To consider the learner's competitiveness in the job market and enhance their advantages, this course is divided into two major areas: First, an explanation of basic HTML, PHP and various App platform concepts. Second, development tools (SAC3) practice training, to help learners have the basic concepts and capabilities of cross-platform App design, further establish the learner's visual interactive design professional qualities, and promote learners [independent thinking] and [solve the problem] Ability to develop.
Optics and PhysicsThis course is a basic science for exploring the field of optics. Students can improve their competitiveness in the job market and improve their quality of life. The course is including the basic concept of wave science ,optical physics, and geometric optics, It ‘s sure to allow learners to establish the basic professional concepts and abilities of optics, further to establish the optical professionalism of learners become the ability of independent. thinking and solving problems.
Optics and Physics experimentThis course focuses on the operation and observation of basic wave and optical physics experiments. We also introduces some programs of wave and optical animation simulation to increase students' interest. And do experiments on the intensity of visible light and ultraviolet light in the living environment, so that students have a better understanding of environmental optics.
Optometry industry introduction1. Assist students in understanding the characteristics of the optometry industry at the time of enrollment and set their ambitions early. 2. Through the course to assist students to establish the concept of future employment or school orientation.
Artificial intelligence visual networkThis course is an application subject in the field of vision. In order to test the learners' competitiveness in the job market and enhance their advantages, the planning of this course is divided into two main axes: 1. Description of basic deep learning (AI)and neural network overview; 2. The application and design of deep learning practice(AI) will assist learners to establish the basic professional outline and ability of artificial visual network, further establish the learner's professional quality, and promote the learners' independent thinking and problem solving ability.
Clinical Optometry Practice (I)Clinical Optometric Practice-1 course aims to integrate the knowledge of ophthalmic lenses, optical frames and basic clinical refraction together. Learn how to apply those experiences when faceing customers need refraction and dispensing service.
Clinical Optometry Practice (II)Clinical Optometric Practice-2 course aims to learn how to apply the knowledge of ophthalmic lenses, optical frames, basic clinical refraction and visual training together to treat those who are presbyopia patient, or binocular dysfunction persons.
Optometry EnglishIn this class, students will learn how to conduct some tests in an eye exam in English, read periodicals related to optometry in English, and be familiar with Optometry related English terminologies.
Operation management practiceOperations management is in the enterprise, for the production, procurement, logistics, business, labor, financial and other services can be smoothly executed by business purposes, effectively adjust the series of management activities carried out.
Store management practiceAfter the large-scale, chain and internationalization of Taiwan's distribution industry operations, the demand and requirements for store service talents have also increased to a considerable extent. This course will teach students a clear understanding of the connotation after the teaching of the course, and counsel students to take C Class and B store service licenses.