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Curriculum - Engineering Education Certification Program

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The Engineering Education Certification Program is designed to ensure substantial education in basic sciences and concentration courses; make certain that the courses continuously reflect the demands of the business environment; and nurture international-level specialized engineering capabilities in the globalized world to guarantee and manage the graduates' practical capabilities throughout his/her lifetime. The College of Information and Industrial Engineering administers the advanced programs in Computer Science and Engineering, Information Communications Engineering, Digital Information Engineering, Electronics Engineering, Industrial Systems Engineering, and Industrial Information Engineering.

Completion of course for engineering education certification (certification standard: KEC 2005)

A. Special General Education
- 18 credits or more
- Courses in humanities, social sciences, arts and other academic areas

B. Mathematics, Basic Sciences, and Computer Science
- 30 or more credits including courses in Mathematics, Basic Sciences and Computer Science.
- Mathematics-related courses shall deal with differential equations. At least one course in physics and chemistry in
   Basic Sciences shall include experiments and be taken for two semesters.
- Basic Sciences shall include at least two among physics, chemistry, biology or earth science.

C. Concentration
- 60 credits of concentration courses shall be completed.
- 18 credits or more in design courses shall be completed.
- Courses shall be completed in a systematic manner that clearly defines which courses to take ahead of, in parallel
   with or after others and a system that guarantees the maintenance of such order of taking courses shall be installed.
- Advanced concentration courses for senior classes shall be administered in such a way that include most up-to-
   date subjects according to the industry's rapidly changing demands.
- Design, experiment, practicum courses shall also be systematically organized.
- At least one Basic Design course shall be in place to teach systematic methodology to plan and implement design.
- Comprehensive design courses that are based on knowledge and technology learned in lower classes shall be
   installed and include main design experiences.

*As the detailed credit distribution table may differ with each Engineering Education Certification program, refer to the
   Engineering Education Certification Rules for details.