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Computer Science and Engineering

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Overview

School of Computer Science and Engineering has its origin from the Department of Computer Engineering (since 1974), the Department of Computer Science (since 1988), and the Department of Computer Systems (since 1992). All the three departments were integrated into the School of Computer Science and Engineering, in the year of 2010. The school consists of 4 major divisions: Platform Software Division, Human-Oriented Software Division, Data Science Division, and Global Software Convergence Division. As of the year 2018, the school hosts 31 full-time faculty members, 10 contract lecturers, 1,200 undergraduate students, and 100 graduate students.

Program

The school participates in many government-funded programs, such as (1) BK21+, a nurturing program for graduate education, (2) SW-Oriented University, a premium education program for cultivating SW experts, and (3) PRIME (Program for Industrial needs – Matched Education), an educational program support industry needs and integration of software.
The school is actively collaborating with universities worldwide for supporting global education and broadening research boundaries. The school already has 2 foreign professors, and plan to invite 2 more foreign professros, to more activate our world-wide research and education exchange programs.

Research

The School of Computer Science and Engineering has been actively seeking for international collaborations for providing students broader opportunities. Mutual agreements have been established with 23 renowned universities worldwide. In every year, more than 30 students from the school went abroad as participants of student exchange programs or dual degree programs. The host universities include University of Texas at Dallas, San Jose State University, South Dakota State University (USA), Budapest Institute of Technology & Economy (Hungary), Dublin Institute of Technology (Ireland), and Christ University (India). During the same period, 38 students visited the school from those host universities.

Support/Career Opportunities

After graduation, most graduates enter global companies such as Samsung, LG, SK, Hynix, KT, IBM Korea, and others. They develop their careers in diverse areas of manufacturing, software development & management, financial telecommunications, bio-technology, U-health, security, environmental industries and information technology. Average employment rates are over 70% for students finished undergraduate programs and 80% for graduate programs.