Division of Electrical Engineering


ERICA campus Third Engineering Building No. 208

Transition in IT Paradigm

Future industries are expected to undergo a dramatic shortened cycle of technology reform and the gap between several technologies is expected to converge at a noticeable accelerated dynamic rate of change. This type of renovation and knowledge-based industrial structure will allow the creation of new technologies that demand the development of specialized manpower that is in need to be offered at the university level.


Our goal is to train leading engineers in Electrical and Electronic Engineering through convergence of advanced science technologies and Information and Communication Technologies (ICT). Applications of ICT are vastly growing in various areas, such as safety, security, transportation, medical, education, defense, manufacturing, and smart phones/cars, to name a few. Students are expected to gain necessary knowledge required for Electronic Engineering (Semiconductor, Circuit Design, System on Chip), Communication Engineering (IT, Multimedia Signal Processing and System Engineering (Electro-electric HW/SW, Computer HW/SW, Electric Energy) by participating in research oriented projects. Our school ranked the 2nd best in the evaluation of the Korean Council for University Education in 2000, and has been recognized by the Creative Korea (CK) in 2014 which is responsible for supporting training and support programs, such as textbook development, scholarships, advanced lecture rooms/laboratories, collaboration with industry, student club activation, and tutors (SEED teaching assistants).

Educational Objectives

  • Creative leader training for understanding and designing of new systems from fundamental engineering knowledge
  • Practical leader training for applying acquired engineering knowledge to commercial ICT systems
  • Global leader training for understanding and utilizing world-class leading technologies

Undergraduate Program

To keep up with future trends toward convergence of industrial technologies, our undergraduate program offers a systematic curriculum which includes fundamental required subjects and major core subjects for Electronics and Electrical Engineering. Fundamental subjects include calculus and physics in the 1st year, basic major subjects include Engineering Mathematics, Electromagnetics, Circuit Theories, and Digital Logic Design in the 2nd year, and major core subjects for ICT application based on semiconductors and circuits, control and robotics, communication and signal processing, electric energy, and computer are offerd in the 3rd-4th years. In particular, design education through subjects of design introduction, basic convergence design, capstone design, major experiment, and practice-theory 2+2 subjects. In addition, industrial-oriented education through invited seminars are offered.

Graduate Program

Graduate programs are offered in two Departments namely Electronic Systems Engineering and Electronic Communication Engineering. Each Department offers programs of study leading to the degrees of M.S., M.S.-Ph.D. integration, and Ph.D. in Electrical and Electronic Engineering in the following research areas: Semiconductors, Electronic Circuits, Computer, Control and Robotics, Electric Energy, Communication, and Signal Processing.