Electronic Information Engineering has two main streams: Computer Engineering and Electrical Engineering. Graduates in Electronic Information Engineering will be at the leading edge of their fields, and master a toolkit of widely applicable knowledge and skills that will help create the future of IT. They will not only learn principles and techniques of information transmission, storage, processing, and analysis, but also engage in developing ideas, designing prototypes and even participating in technology transfer to commercial enterprises. Final Year Project (EIE4900) is a new required course. Under the guidance of professional tutors, students can conduct rational research on selected topics by comprehensively applying the theories, knowledge and skills they have learned, and help students gain practical experience for the future career development.