The college of Engineering has the objective of rearing talented individuals who are creative, responsible and ethical, and possess an outstanding ability in comprehensive design and in performing tasks on the field. We are working hard to produce capable individuals who possess expertise useful in international economics and future progress.
- Dept. of Energy and Chemical Engineering
- Dept. of Vehicle Engineering
- Dept. of Electrical Engineering
- Dept. of Mechanical Engineering and Robotics
- Dept. of Electronics Engineering
- Dept. of Mechatronics
- Dept. of Industrial and Management Engineering
- Dept. of Safety Engineering
- Dept. of Materials Science and Engineering
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Since its establishment alongside the INU in 1979, the Department of Electronics Engineering here at the INU has released numerous graduates and continued its steady growth. As the University of Incheon became a municipal university in 1994, the Department of Electronics Engineering was provided with the foundation to develop into a prestige university through acquisition of outstanding faculty and students. Afterwards, the Department has steadily developed by focusing on cultivating electronics engineering resources and contributing to the social welfare and growth of regional society.
To improve the substance of engineering education, our Department has prepared for the ABEEK since 2004 while acquiring the NEXT for the IT sector supported by the Ministry of Information and Communication in 2006. In addition, our Department was selected as an outstanding department in 2006 by the Korea Council for University Education, demonstrating the high level of quality of our education.
Within the Department of Electronics Engineering, there are currently 18 full-time professors, 540 undergrad and 30 graduate students active in education and research. The Department is also equipped with an outstanding educational environment, such as technologically advanced classrooms with electronic blackboards and beam projectors as well as laboratories equipped with various advanced experimental and training equipment. In addition, the undergraduate program of the Department is divided into three tracks (micro-electronic engineering, telecommunication systems and computer & electronic application systems). The consumer-oriented courses of each track and track-based educational curriculums allow students to acquire education and training for customized for each business sector.