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Division of Software Convergence

College of Engineering -
Division of Software Convergence

Major of Big Data & Statistics, Major of Artificial Intelligence & Software,
Major of Digital Security

Introduction

Major of Big Data & Statistics

The Major in Big Data Statistics offers three educational programs: big data computing, big data analysis, and big data usage. In the big data computing program, lectures are offered on R data language, Python, Cloud computing, text mining, information retrieval, data base, and big data processing. The big data analysis program offers lectures on the statistical analysis of big data, such as database science, machine learning, data visualization, data mining, and advanced statistical models. Finally, the big data usage program offers lectures on actual usage secured through AI, big data surveys, social media marketing, big data management engineering, and other forms of big data processing and analysis.

Major of Artificial Intelligence & Software

The parent organization of the Major in Artificial Intelligence Software, the Department of Computer Information Engineering, was established around 35 years ago in 1984. With the goal of cultivating professionals that can deftly manage advanced software to contribute to the smart software industry, the curriculum was revised to adopt a more software-focused curriculum in 2017. Software technology is the core high-value added technology of the future IT industry. The software industry is people-centered, and people are its competitive edge. The professors of this major are dedicated to training integrated professionals that can compete in the software industry.

Major of Digital Security

With the explosive development of smart devices, network devices, and various multimedia processing devices, the various fusion services for the production, collection, and distribution of information have become faster, broader, and more convenient. However, although the importance of security services such as confidentiality, integrity, availability, authentication, and access control of information is increasing, we are still seeing the wide occurrences of various attacks involving personal and public information because computers and networks are not safely protected.
As such, the Major in Digital Security teaches about the principles of security technology that can defend against attacks and threats, including cyber-attacks that include various hacks and viruses, the exposure of unauthorized information in the network, the modification of information, and theft from users. Through this education, we will cultivate digital security expert engineers with the ability to safely store and deliver personal and public information in the world of the 4th industrial revolution.