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The Department of Big Data Science

Cultivation of Big Data Science professionals needed in society!The Department of Big Data Science

  • Location
    Science and Technology Building 2 No.403

  • Tel
    044-860-1550

  • Fax
    044-860-1551

Introduction

As IT technology has developed, it has placed increasing demand on the utilization of Big Data Science. In Big Data Science, our programs aim to foster professionals who have capabilities in Big Data Science. In response to this, our courses introduce students to theories of Statistics, computer programming, and IT Technology. This major also aims to cultivate professionals with a mission to develop the technology of Big Data Science and use it to interpret social issues.

Required Student Skills and Qualities

A student interested in science and statistical analysis. It is suitable for a student who is capable of utilizing computer programs to solve data-related problems.

A student who possesses the comprehensive communication skills necessary to become a global leader.

A student who has creative abilities and a passion for invention.

Faculty

Faculty
Name Position Phone Number Email Field of Research Career
Jin Seohoon Professor 044-860-1555 seohoon@korea.ac.kr Big-Data analytics, Data mining, CRM Ph.D. Korea University
Cheon Sooyoung Associate
Professor
044-860-1552 scheon@korea.ac.kr Monte Carlo Method, Bioinformatics, Bayesian Computation Ph.D. Texas A&M University
Kwon Amy M Associate
Professor
044-860-1559 amykwon@korea.ac.kr Biostatistics, Statistical learning Ph.D. University of Pittsburgh

Career Paths after Graduation

Graduates may work for enterprises such as the following: Industries that utilize big data science such as finance, communications, distribution and production, and entertainment.
- Internet enterprises such as portal websites, games, or shopping malls
- Officers, researchers
- Graduate school studies
- Big Data Science startups