- LocationEngineering Building 1 #222
- Cultivate professional technicians who can demonstrate creative problem-solving skills based on the attainment and major knowledge required for electricians.
- Cultivate intellectuals with the right values to understand the impact and responsibilities of technology in the field of electrical engineering to society, take responsibility for the results of their research, and know how to respect the performance of others.
- Cultivate members of society who can exchange and communicate with world-class technicians in the infinite competition of the globalization and liberalization era in the field of electrical engineering.
In this major, students learn basic subjects such as circuit theory, electromagnetics, and logic circuit based on engineering basic subjects such as math, physics, chemistry, and computer programming. In the field of study, students learn a wide range of disciplines across electrical and electronic engineering, including electronic circuits, electrical equipment, power engineering, control engineering, power electronics, microprocessors, electrical materials, and energy device engineering. By enabling students to acquire basic theory, industrial application, and latest technology trends for each academic field, the program cultivates an ability to adapt as an electrical engineering engineer, and at the same time, knowledge that enables them to grow as scholars. In addition, through digital system design, electrical circuit design, experiment, electronic circuit design, experiments, control system design, microcontroller system design, and comprehensive design, students acquire the professional skills required in the industrial field.
Career paths after graduation
- Public companies including KEPCO
- Energy, household appliances, industrial electronics companies, construction companies
- Petrochemical, automotive, steel manufacture, heavy electric machine, communication, engineering
- Public servant
- Graduate school