SJU College of Convergence Technology Engineering links academic theories as well as its educational philosophy to the areas of the environment and society and is dedicated to acquiring expertise to push forward the advancement of basic sciences and applied sciences such as environmental conservation, advanced industrial technology, and high-speed informatization. It is also improving its competitiveness by advancing it educational environment, providing practical education, and supporting the key areas such as computerization and the environment.
Taking leadership in the era of the Fourth Industrial Revolution!
The Department of Applied Physics and Electronics has developed lab courses that stress the importance of teamwork and educational courses using information technology in order to produce future-oriented scientists with knowledge of physics and semiconductor engineering theories as well as skills to design electronic control systems. In addition to offering courses that will help students later find jobs in the real world, the department also helps connect them with graduates so that they can gain a competitive edge.
Crossing over the boundaries of technology!
The Department of Fine Chemistry and New Materials fosters experts with practical and specialized knowledge in the areas of semiconductors, nano-materials, biotechnology, environmental and analytical chemistry, cosmetics manufacture, drug synthesis, functional polymers, etc. It is also equipped with five labs as well as state-of-the-art equipment and materials that are valued at nearly KRW 5 billion in total.
Predicting the future and leading the present!
The Department of IT Statistics explores the theories and practical methods for making decisions, based on collection and analysis of data on social, economic, natural, and human life phenomena and scientific predictions of the future. Gaining an understanding of the different methods of data collection and acquiring related computer skills are important components of the program.
Creating a world that will never turn off!
The Department of New Energy and Resource Engineering has produced a number of graduates who have gone on to work in the field of resources development and tunnel construction. In order to nurture talents for the renewable energy sector, the department has reinforced its curriculum to include courses on new and renewable energy, underground resources, and land development.
Constructing a brilliant future from cities to space!
The Department of Smart Construction Engineering focuses on research and development of theories necessary to plan, design, construct, and maintain infrastructure and on engineering the great power of nature through the means of land conservation, development, and improvement to bring more convenience to mankind. Smart construction engineering fields include roads, dams, harbors, waterworks and sewerage systems, bridges, tunnels, high-speed railroads, railroads, and more.
Engineering the environment to raise the quality of life!
The Department of Environmental Engineering aims to address the issue of environmental pollution by objectively and scientifically assessing environmental issues concerning water quality, air quality, waste, soil, noise, and vibration. Students get to learn theories and carry out experiments to gain the necessary competencies to proactively and effectively resolve environmental problems.
Connecting people and information!
The fundamental objective of the Department of Information and Communications Software Engineering is to foster information and communications engineers in order to meet the growing demands for convergence of cutting-edge information and communications technologies. To this end, students are taught the skills to apply information processing software and hardware as well as basic theories and application skills necessary to analyze and design computer systems based on information and communications networks. Students are encouraged to pursue self-directed learning and instilled a sense of responsibility and good professional ethnics in relation to ICT.
Programming the world!
The Department of Computer Science imparts basic computer skills in relation to computer hardware and software and teaches students to be able to research and develop IT-based application programs. Education is provided to impart software development methods and skills, based on which students are turned into professionals capable of operating and managing various computer systems including servers for enterprises, public agencies, portal site operators and so on.
The most important part of human welfare is safety!
The Department of Firefighting Engineering aims to train firefighting
professionals who can help protect lives and properties against fires and various other
disasters and accidents and develop firefighting technologies.
Generally, firefighting engineering refers to a discipline that consists of architecture, machinery, electrical engineering, chemical engineering, and other fields. The objective is to help protect people’s safety and essentially raise the quality of life.
In addition to imparting knowledge of related theories and developing firefighting technology, the department focuses on nurturing the competence to serve as firefighters, based on diverse lab and practical courses at the firefighting machinery lab, firefighting electrical lab, firefighting and disaster prevention lab, firefighting computer-aided design (CAD) lab.
Fostering core talents of the Fourth Industrial Revolution
The Department of Electronic Engineering offers education and training aimed at helping students gain core strategies and skills with which they can influence the future IT industry and business environment. The ultimate objective is to nurture creative and competent electronic engineers armed with essential theories and skills to develop new technologies in the advanced electronics industry.
From information to security!
The IT environment is changing fast along with the Fourth Industrial Revolution, and security threats in cyber space are also on the rise. In response to these trends, the Department of Information Security Science is fostering information security experts who can counter cyberattacks and threats and help protect valuable information assets.
Presenting freedom and pleasure to drivers!
Motor vehicle are constantly evolving. Green cars, such as hybrid cars, electric vehicles, and hydrogen fuel cell cars, have been developed to protect the environment and to prepare for the eventual depletion of fossil fuels. Self-driving cars are expected to become commercialized in the near future using the technologies of the Fourth Industrial Revolution, and they will boost safety and convenience for drivers. In order to develop such smart automobiles, there is a need to fuse together the areas of automotive engineering, computer science, and electrical and electronic engineering. Accordingly, the Department of Smart Automotive Engineering is offering convergence education to foster automotive engineers who are capable of developing autonomous vehicles and electric vehicles and designing smart cars and their components.
Leading the Fourth Industrial Revolution with robotics!
The scope of application of robotics has been expanding as of late to include not only assembly robots used in industrial settings but also space exploration robots, surgical robots, home robots, and assistant robots for seniors and people with disabilities. The Department of Robotics Engineering offers advanced robotics engineering education based on a strong foundation of IT education and equips students with field application skills. Creative professionals who are capable of developing robots are nurtured based on engineering design education. Also, through the industry-academic cooperation programs, students can gain the competencies they need to become highly sought-after professionals in the workforce.
Researching human life!
The objective of the department is to help students gain the expertise they need to promote people’s happiness and welfare, scientifically and creatively deal with issues concerning the living environment and explore the living environment from the perspective of human ecology. To this end, students are encouraged to study the areas of interior design and fashion design broadly and in depth.