Electronics Engineering
Course Descriptions

Engineering Mathematics (1)
This course provides an introduction to differential equations, which people in the engineering field frequently come across, and provides lectures on various problem-solving techniques.

Basic Digital Design & Lab.
Lectures are presented to enable students to gain basic knowledge of digital logic circuits and applied circuit design methods. By practicing design, students develop the ability to use and design digital logic.

Data Structure & Algorithm
Examines data concepts for structured programming and the basic data structures including linked lists, arrays, stacks, and queues, and related algorithms.

Electronic Engineering Basics & Experiments
Consists of lectures on electronic circuit theorems and principles forming the basis of electronic engineering. Conducts circuit experiments to increase application-level knowledge.

Focuses on understanding the principles of electric charge, electric field, and potential difference and various related laws to promote problem-solving skills. Also examines the properties of conductors and dielectrics.

Electronic Circuits & Lab
Consists of lectures on the techniques and theories of interpreting electric circuits, composed of resistors, capacitors, inductors, voltage and power source, and OP Amps, in the time domain.

Physical Electronics
Studies the lattice structure and the method of crystal growth of raw semiconductor material. Examines the physical principles of semiconductors including basic quantum mechanics, energy bands, and charge transfer.

Engineering Design Principles
Students studying engineering develop basic skills needed to creatively come up with solutions to various problems, as well as develop teamwork and communication skills. Through lectures and tasks, students learn approaches to engineering problems, communication methods, and expression methods.

Signals & System
Consists of lectures on signal types, linear systems, and Fourier and Laplace transformations required for understanding circuit networks, control, and communication.

Engineering Mathematics (2)
This course introduces the basic concept and areas of application of vector calculus and complex numbers. Lectures are provided on system modeling methods, analysis using vectors and determinants, and functions related to complex numbers.

Practical Programming for Engineering
This course introduces electronic engineering-related problems and enables students to learn and practice computer programming to resolve problems. Through this process, students develop the ability to design actual phenomena into software.

Electromagnetic Engineering Experiments
Students will learn the fundamentals and principles of active illumination, such as Tr, diode, and op amp of electric circuits, as well as passive devices of R, L, and C, which form the basis of electromagnetic engineering. Students will then conduct experiments on basic and applied circuits.

Electronic Engineering Applications & Experiments
Consists of lectures and experiments on electrical properties and basic mechanism of diodes, transistors, and operational amplifiers. Based on this component knowledge, the students engage in actual manufacturing and testing of simple amplifier circuits to enhance applications skills.

Computer Architecture
Studies the structure, function, and control of central processing units, memory devices, and I/O devices that constitute digital computers.

Circuit Theory
Lectures are given on analysis of the AC steady state of electric circuits, frequency response, and analysis techniques using Laplace transformation.

Semiconductor Devices
Studies the PN junction theory to understand the properties of semiconductor components fundamental to the configuration of electronic circuits. Examines the operating mechanisms of diodes, BJT and FET.

Probability Theory
Studies the basic concept of probability, random variables, and basic stochastic process, as well as the nature and application of queueing systems. The course also examines communication and computer system performance evaluation methods based on the application of the above.

Digital Integrated Circuits Application & Experiments
Consists of lectures on design methods using digital integrated circuits and on circuit application design. Increases application knowledge by experimenting with applicable case examples in the electronic information communications field.

Microprocessor & Lab
Consists of lectures on the structure and application of CISC and RISC microprocessors with lab practice of assembly programming.

Communication Theory
Students learn basic communication theories that are applied to broadcasting or communication systems and also relevant mathematical analysis methods.

Internship Program (Electronics Engineering)
Students choose new themes related to electronics engineering, establish a research plan, carry out research, organize the outcome, and give a presentation on the result. Students practice so that they can apply what they have learned at companies and research institutes after completing their studies.

Electronic Circuits & Design
Students increase their skills in analyzing the characteristics of basic electronic circuits and designing them by understanding the characteristics of operation of diode, transistors, and op-amps, as well as equivalent circuit models.

HDL Application & Design
This course gives an introduction to top-down design methodologies and hardware technology languages, based on which lectures are presented on ways to design digital systems.

DSP Processor & Experiments
Consists of lectures on basic theories relating to digital signal processors and experiments with applications in graphics processing, digital control, and communications.

Digital Signal Processing
Studies discrete signals and systems essential to the understanding of digital systems. Deals with Z transformation and discrete Fourier transformation as a basis of analysis.

Integrated Circuit Engineering
Studies the manufacturing process of semiconductor integrated circuits and the techniques involved in analyzing the electrical properties of BJT and MOSFET integrated circuits.

Digital Communication
Consists of lectures in FSK, PSK, MSK, CDMA and other digital modes of communication, and in system interpretation and design of digital communication systems.

Electronic Circuits Application & Lab
This course introduces various forms of transistor amplifiers. Students acquire basic concepts through analysis on the frequency domain. Students familiarize themselves with the principles of feedback loops as well as the internal structure and operations of the op-amp. Through practice, students enhance electronic circuit application skills.

RF Engineering
Students study RF theories and learn about RF devices, such as the amplifier, mixer, and filter, that are needed to design RF integrated circuits. They carry out an RF design project by using a simulation tool.

Data Communication
Studies the structure and function of data communication network, data transmission medium, data flow control and error control techniques. Also examines the physical layer, the link layer, and the network layer of data communications as well as network layer communications protocols.

Digital Integrated Circuit Design
Introduces the basic CMOS logic gate and the properties and design techniques of memory components. Includes lectures in the design and testing of digital integrated circuits and lab practice of layout methods.

Mobile Communication
Studies the elements and technologies of mobile communication such as signal conversion, multi-access, cellular system structure, and mobility management. Includes a look into the various present and future mobile communication systems.

Capstone Design Project (1)
Students choose new themes related to electronics engineering and find problem-solving methods under given restrictions. They also develop skills to design, in detail, the solution.

Capstone Design Project (2)
As a continuation of ‘Capstone Design Project 1,’ students organize their research outcomes and write a graduation thesis. A final presentation is held to select and award an outstanding work.

Communication System Design
Students learn how to design a communication system and analyze its performance using Matlab.

SoC Design
Lectures are presented on ASIC design methodologies, hardware technology languages, and SoC structure design methods. Students practice by using an integrated circuit design tool.

Analog IC Design
This course enables students to expand their knowledge of electronic circuits and design application circuits, such as the current mirror, op-amp, and A/D converter. The course prepares students for the completion of RF circuit design in the next semester.

Operating System
Consists of lectures on input/output and interrupt, resource allocation and scheduling, system protection, and parallel processing.

Computer-Aided Circuit Analysis
Based on the network theory, the course introduces the various algorithms needed for systematic interpretation of electronic circuits and the many different techniques of implementing them in software.

Computer Communication
Consists of lectures on theory and implementation of computer communication network structure, switching, standard communications protocols, routing, and data flow control.