Department of Information Technology

IT education should be practical. Hansei actively helps students conduct research projects with local industries. IT experts need to acquire professional knowledge and use it flexibly while maintaining an active and creative attitude. The Hansei IT program develops students who can adapt to changing industry conditions, not only in Korea but around the world.

  1. Electronic Software

    The electronic software program combines electronic engineering (electronics, electrical, communication, semiconductor engineering, etc.) and computer engineering (software and hardware) to train students to be creative and professional engineers with a solid background in both theory and practice. After studying basic subjects in the freshman year including mathematics, science and C language, students move on to major classes from their sophomore year. These include circuit theory, electromagnetics, electronic circuits, communication theory and digital engineering for electronic engineering majors, and Java programming, Linux, OS, data structure, computer architecture and embedded systems for computer engineering majors. A wide variety of lectures, research projects and lab experiments are offered to students so that they, after graduation, will be competent workers in R&D, management and planning divisions at electronic, electric, communication, semiconductor and computer companies.

  2. Information and Communication Engineering

    Fusing the fields of computing, information, communication, and electronics, this academic discipline can be applied not only to the field of information and communication but also to industries such as automobile, shipbuilding, construction, and transportation industries. As such, the major provides students with a variety of possibilities and opportunities. At present, over 30% of Korea's GDP, and over 40% of exports are in the field of information and communication. The information and communication major trains experts at a level where they are equipped with knowledge required by corporations to be utilized immediately in the workforce. This is achieved through theoretical education in computing, information, and communication arts and a rich practical and project-based curriculum. Therefore, as the main players who will stand at the forefront of the information and knowledge-based revolution, students who major in information and communication engineering will be able not only to find employment as creative, competitive, and highly-prized personnel in companies and public institutions related to electronics, computering, information and communication, but also to start their own businesses based on creative ideas and technology.