Department of Computer and Information Security
The Department of Computer and Information Security aims to foster professionals trained to create and manage a secure environment for information processing.
The Department of Computer and Information Security program is designed to help students understand the fundamental technologies of computer science and learn all subjects related to information Security. Thus, students will be trained to build and manage information protection systems. The Department of Computer and Information Security has two concentrations: computer science and information Security. The computer science concentration covers theory and practice related to computer systems, including an introduction to computer science, data structures, computer architectures, operating systems, algorithms, databases, computer networks and several programming language courses. In addition, students will be required to study discrete mathematics and cryptography as a part of mathematics, which is the foundation of both computer science and information Security. The information Security concentration covers cryptography, system Security, network Security, software Security and special topics reflecting current issues of information protection. As the information society becomes more sophisticated, increasing side effects are emerging. This results in increased expectations for the demand for information protection technology and related human resources. The Department of Computer and Information Security assures a promising future for its graduates, since it is a cutting-edge department dealing with essential technologies for the stable establishment of the information society. As such, this department will contribute significantly to the nation, socially and technologically.
Foster creative and enthusiastic specialists armed with information Security skills.
Develop expertise with professional, practical capabilities demanded in the industrial field.
Nurture experts with advanced communication skills and fundamental knowledge.
Foster experts with a strong work ethic and global outlook.
Career Path after Graduation
Graduates from the Department of Computer and Information Security have a competitive advantage in the job market, armed with the basic knowledge related to both computer science and information Security. They may join the band of existing computer science graduates or find an entirely new career path in the industry of information Security demanded by this information age.
Graduates with a master degree can extend their job choices to colleges, research institutes and companies. The list of possible employment areas includes software, telecommunications, electronics, electricity, finance, insurance, airports, harbors, building facilities, production facilities, national defense, and other various fields requiring information Security skills.