Computer Engineering Course

In the Department of Information Technology’s systematic education of various knowledge on information processing with a balanced mix of theory classes and practical training programs, the Computer Engineering Course places importance on developing basic and applied expertise in computer hardware and infrastructure software. However, the availability of many classes common to both courses does not limit students’ desire for laboratory enrollment for special study depending on course selection.



Development of Basic Ability to Build Computer Systems

Students are expected to systematically learn basic computer science theory, and computer system configuration skills, design skills and applied skills through lectures and experiments to understand computer hardware and software mechanisms and operating principles and to develop relevant design and applied skills.

Development of Ability to Lead Highly Networked Information Society

Students are expected to learn computer hardware and software configuration skills, and usage techniques, as well as applications to language, knowledge, audio and image processing, to acquire the ability to comprehensively develop information systems and lead highly networked information society.