Information Technology or IT, based on technologies concerning computer science, communication, hardware, and content creation, is evolving into innovative and creative technology through convergence with other sciences. Digital IT technologies enable us to use the Internet on the go, view user-created content on our hand-held devices, and develop applications that can prevent or treat diseases. The term Information & Telecommunications refers to not only digitization of the existing industries and services, but also creation and development of new industries and services through convergence tools.
Our Division of Information & Telecommunications, founded on the basis of the current IT technologies and principles, strives to produce practical human resources who will be able to take a lead in the ever-changing IT sector. To do so, we ensure that students learn and efficiently realize convergence technologies for IT, mobile devices, multimedia, and embedded system areas.
Information & Telecommunications is a technology essential to materialize limitless human imagination. Our Division of Information & Communications is the cradle of creative professionals, ensuring that students learn, practice, experiment, and successfully realize the principles of Information & Communications.
The Division of Information & Telecommunications offers courses concerning IT-based technologies such as computer architecture, programming language, logic circuit, system analysis, data structure, and mathematics for freshmen and sophomores. As for the junior and senior students, we provide advanced courses such as IT convergence, mobile convergence, multimedia convergence, and embedded system convergence.
IT Convergence is an in-depth study of software development, security technology, and Internet technologies.
Mobile Convergence is an in-depth study of wire and wireless communication and mobile systems.
Multimedia Convergence is an in-depth study of graphics, game software, and multimedia applications.
Embedded Convergence is an in-depth study of computer hardware design and production.
Extracurricular Academic Activities
Division of Information & Telecommunications is running research labs for visual information processing, database, artificial intelligence, digital signal processing, e-Commerce, multimedia, programming systems, digital systems, Internet, information media, and telecommunication systems. More than 50 percent of our students participate in the research association where seniors guide their juniors in the correct, sound direction by offering mentoring and students learn how to use and apply various technologies through seminars and presentations. Furthermore, we are carrying out numerous projects in collaboration with industries and research institutes, allowing students to identify which principles can be applied in work and gain practical experiences. In addition, we host an annual graduate exhibition by which our students can apply knowledge of their major to reality and present their achievements.
Graduates of our Division of Information & Telecommunications will be able to display their creativity in diverse fields such as information and telecommunications, development of software or hardware systems, and multimedia development. Most of our graduates pursue an in-depth study at domestic or overseas graduate schools, or go into government agencies, big businesses and small and medium-sized enterprises dealing with IT, and ventures, fully exhibiting their knowledge and competence obtained at our Division.
||Probability and Statistics|
|Theory and Practice of C++ Programming
|Digital System Design
||Digital Logic Design|
||Advanced Database Systems|
|Signals and Systems
|Digital Signal Processing
|Introduction to VLSI Design
||Introduction to Computer Graphics|
|Advanced Computer Graphics
||Basic Circuit Theory & Laboratory|
|Multimedia Image Processing
|Topics in Information Science
||Introduction to Embedded System|
|Embedded System S/W
|Embedded Application S/W
||Mobile Telecommunication Internship|
|Embedded SoC Design
|Next-generation Mobile Communications
||System Analysis Design|
||Information Science Project|