Graduate School of Information and Communication
Major Requirements
  • G1 (theory)
  • G2 (computer system)
  • G3 (communication)
  • G4 (s/w application)
School of Business Administration
  • Advanced Computer Vision
  • Web Security
  • Artificial Intelligence
  • Information Retrieval
  • Computational Biology

Introduction

The Graduate School of Information and Communication was founded in 1997 for the first time in Korea as Ajou University separated it from the College of Engineering and the College of Natural Sciences to efficiently foster professionals and facilitate research activities in information and communication. The division of information and computer engineering in the Graduate School of Information and Communication is equipped with specialized research and educational systems and programs essential to cultivate manpower in computer system, information and communication, software and applied industries.


The Undergraduate program in information and communication at Ajou University has been operating efficiently as a specialized division of information and communication. However, the graduate program has existed as part of the division of computer engineering in the graduate school, achieving limited success in producing specialized experts in the area and proving a necessity to efficiently cultivate experts with working-level competence in the information and communication field in Korea. Under the circumstances as such, the Ajou Graduate School of Information and Communication was founded in September 1999 when it was named a participant of the BK21 information technology development program.

Goal of Education

Cultivation of advanced professionals with competence in information and technology who can contribute to the creation of added value in information society.

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