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Educational Objectives

The Department of Computer and Information Science designs and operates a systematic curriculum from basics to applied technologies with the goal of cultivating practical professionals in the IT field. In particular, the curriculum reflects the latest trends, enabling students to learn from the development of basic apps to the latest discipline, the development of web and mobile smartphone apps.
If you are already working in the IT field, you will have the opportunity to add depth to your knowledge. As basic courses include various technologies necessary for people to better utilize computers and smart devices in the era of IT, even ordinary people unfamiliar with IT technologies can learn skills relevant to real life and easily use them.

Distinctive features

In this advanced IT society, the Department of Computer and Information Science conducts the best practical education with equipment established for cyber education, which is not constrained by time and space limitations. The department has two majors: an IT Application major teaching from IT basics to applied technologies and S/W Development major dealing with mobile programing and programing with programs using various platforms.
The curriculum includes computer basics, enabling students to make easy Excel documents, create family albums, and assemble and fix computers by themselves. For those working in the IT field, it also provides courses to teach and clarify the basic principles of applied technologies and deal with the latest trends.
The disadvantages of classroom lectures - time and space constraints - can be avoided and various methods are adopted to fend off the traditional cramming education style.All lectures are conducted online, and contents adaptable to various smart devices are provided so that students can view lectures while on the move, such as commuting. Every term, students can freely choose from among around 400 lectures, which are also offered at 51 member universities, besides lectures provided by the department. As courses on basic IT skills are also offered, non-professionals can easily use them in real life.



  • Computer-related
  • Internet
  • Computer network
  • Mobile communication

Public companies

  • Schools
  • Broadcasting companies

In the information society, graduates from the Department of Computer and Information Science have a wide range of fields to enter. Amid increasing demand for various and high quality information, the supply of IT manpower is absolutely insufficient. In addition, as Internet companies continue to be created and developed, graduates are expected to work not only in the IT industry such as computer-related companies, Internet companies. computer network companies and mobile communication companies, but also in various fields such as schools, broadcasting companies, and public companies.