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Introduction to the Department


Using information technology to enrich people's lives
Fostering "practical" and "creative" engineers who can flexibly respond to changes in society and future technological innovations

Outline of the Department of Information and Computer Engineering

 The society of today is supported by the technology of the computer system and the Internet. In the future, more and more advanced information processing technology and telecommunication technology will be needed to make society more affluent. Additionally, a creative engineer who can respond flexibly to the requests of society is necessary to develop such technologies.

 The Department of Information and Computer Engineering aims to promote data processing specialists with high intellect and creativity that can respond promptly to the changes in the society. Information processing engineers must not only possess expertise in computers and related technologies, but they also need to acquire a well-rounded education to function effectively as members of society. Furthermore, they need to deeply understand what can and cannot be done on a computer, as well as a discerning understanding of what should not be done. In the Department of Information and Computer Engineering, education is not merely focused on teaching programming techniques for computers. We place an emphasis on the fundamental subjects necessary for data processing specialists, conducting education that cultivates creative and versatile talents.

  1. Fundamentals of Information (basic knowledge of mathematics and electricity necessary to understand computer theory)
  2. Computer software (programming and effective use of computers)
  3.  Computer hardware (operating principles and structure of computers)
  4. Electronics (electronic engineering and electronic circuits, etc.)
  5. Computer applications (communication, artificial intelligence, image processing, etc.)
  6. Computer Engineering Laboratory and Graduation Study (practical training and creative research in information processing technology)

It suits people like this

  • People who are interested in computers
  • People who want to experience the latest technology
  • People who want to take on new challenges
  • People who like manufacturing
  • People who want to surprise or entertain people
  • People who can learn from the basics to achieve their goals

What you’ll learn

1st grade Computer Literacy,Introduction to Computer Engineering,Information Literacy,Computer Engineering Seminar I,Programming I,Mathematical Engineering Practice I
2nd grade Programming Ⅱ,Digital Circuit I,Mathematical Engineering Practice Ⅱ,Computer Engineering Laboratory I,Circuit Theory I
3rd grade Applied Physics,Digital Circuit Ⅱ,Circuit Theory Ⅱ,Mathematical Engineering Practice Ⅲ,Computer Engineering Laboratory Ⅱ,Computer Engineering I,Transient Analysis,Electromagnetism,Engineering Design I,Algorithm and Data Structure,PhysicsⅢ
4th grade Analysis,Algorithm and Data Structure,Computer Engineering Ⅱ,Computer Network Theory,Signal Analysis,Electronic Circuit,Electromagnetism Ⅱ,Engineering Design Ⅱ,Programming Language,Software Design,Computer Architecture,Communication Engineering,Control Theory,Mathematics for Computer Science I,Computer Engineering Seminar Ⅱ,Off-Campus Training
5th grade Statistics,System Programming,Computer System Design,Numerical Analysis,Mathematics for Computer Science Ⅱ,Mathematical Engineering Practice Ⅳ,System Engineering,Information Theory,Information and Electrical Circuit,Intelligent Media Processing,Graduation Study

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