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Division of Interdisciplinary Engineering Studies

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The Department of Interdisciplinary Engineering Studies

The Department of Interdisciplinary Engineering Studies

    Introduction

    (Necessity) Since the current industry demands creative talent with the ability to address and solve problems, this major is required to attract top students who can bring together the breadth of their knowledge right from the start of their university careers and thereby increase the possibility of engendering convergence education for this major.

    (Distinction) Breaking from the traditional course of engineering education that entails 'taking the class of mathematics/physics/chemistry/biology in first grade and entering major course in second grade', students can learn various major-related concepts and select the major that fits their individual tendencies and aptitude right from their first year.

    (Characteristic of Curriculum) Induce students to become convergent talents that embrace the overall field of engineering, by making them take the 'free major design (자유전공설계)‘ classes of faculty with industry experience. When the students advance into second year, they choose the department they want to enter from among the Department of Computer Convergence Software, the Department of Electronics and Information Engineering, the Department of Electro-Mechanical Systems Engineering, and the Department of Environmental Systems Engineering.