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Undergraduate College of Engineering

Department of Electronics Engineering

Electronics engineering and IT are broad fields that cover firmware, software, cutting-edge hardware, as well as an industry that creates high added-value, leading the way in terms of technology and IT in raising our quality of life. With the globally-competitive electronics engineering and IT industries being the export engines of the Korean economy, there are abundant opportunities for adventurous and creative young professionals to pursue their own dreams and aspirations.

The Department of Electronics Engineering at Konkuk University (KU) strengthens students' ability to actively adapt to rapid technological changes through intensive courses on future-oriented electronics engineering methodology. Courses cover the base knowledge of various fields, as well as electronic circuits, communications, computers, electromagnetic fields, semiconductors and controls. Meanwhile, focus is placed on the development of engineering-related attributes through numerous practical activities, allowing students to take an active leading role at both research centers and in industry.

Based on Konkuk’s founding philosophy and three virtues of sincerity, fidelity, and righteousness, the educational objectives of the Division of Electronics Engineering at KU are twofold. In broad terms, we aim to foster professionals capable of contributing to the development of humanity through electronics engineering. More specifically, we pursue the development of researchers and high-skilled technicians for the electronics industry, including areas such as communications, semiconductors, electromagnetic waves, automated controls, and computers. Our concrete objectives are as follows.

1) Develop students' ability to understand and apply fundamental scientific, mathematical and computer theories as electronics engineering experts. 2) Equip students with the basic theories and application techniques of the fields of electronics and IT needed in their actual working roles 3) Develop creative design and problem-solving abilities obtained through broad thinking and required by next-generation electronics engineers 4) Nurture the leadership and communications skills students require as specialists capable of participating in international collaborative research and work projects.

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