Education objectives: The educational goals of our department include fostering creative product design talents who have the ability to innovate, a sense of aesthetics, and a thorough understanding of the science and technology relating to product design. In addition, “innovation,” “design,” “practice,” and “technique” are our specific teaching features, with the aim of furthering the skills and talents of modern product designers in terms of “innovative capability,” “design capability,” “manufacturing knowledge,” and “practical ability.” Curriculum Content: The courses are based on the above educational goals by the curriculum planning committee (consisting of professional from various different fields) with the purpose of fostering core competencies in students. The main courses include the following: Innovative Capability: Courses such as Innovative Strategies, Patent Practice, and Creative Design foster the development of innovative thinking. Design Capability: This includes aesthetic quality and engineering design capability. Fine Manufacturing: Through courses such as Modeling Manufacturing, Manufacturing Practices and Procedures, and Plastic Product Designing, students receive a solid grounding in practical manufacturing procedures, so that they are capable of producing fine products. Practical Skills: Based on the courses mentioned above, as well as through courses such as Product Designing, Product Development, Project Design, Portfolio Design, and Exhibition Design, “hands-on” practical capability is enhanced to meet the required professional design abilities of the industry.