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with the establishment of the Computer Science Department, one of the first computer departments in Korea.
The school has since been playing an Important role in the extraordinary growth of Korean IT industry. Its name was changed to the Department of Computer Science and Engineering in 1992, and then to the School of Computer Science and Engineering in 2003. Currently the school consists of 16 academic faculty members, over 60 graduate students, and over 500 undergraduate students. Its main goal is to provide both theoretical and practical aspects of computing and to prepare students for creative career paths in the computer industry or for advanced studies. Research areas include software engineering, computer systems, artificial intelligence, databases, computer vision, multimedia, computer graphics, computer networks, e-Commerce, bioinformatics, high speed networks, pattern recognition, and ubiquitous computing. Most graduate students and qualified undergraduate students are involved in various research projects funded by the government and industry.

The main goal of the school is to develop an ability to solve engineering problems in computer-related research and industry, based on knowledge of fundamental and practical aspects of computer science.

The school also educates students to be creative and self-motivated leaders in their specialty field. The School of Computer Science and Engineering provides B.S., M.S. and Ph.D programs. Qualified graduate and undergraduate students are eligible for financial support through diverse scholarships and research or teaching assistantships.

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