Bachelor Degrees in South Korea

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Bachelor degree programs develop key practical skills and theoretical knowledge necessary for work in a specific field, or continued education. Typically lasting three to four years, Bachelor degrees are offered by hundreds of accredited public and private universities and academic institutions in South Korea. Offered in major cities like Daejeon and Seoul, Bachelor programs in every major academic discipline are available in South Korea.

One key focus area leading up to Bachelor study in South Korea is the College Scholastic Ability Test, which is divided into five sections: Korean Language, Math, English, elective subjects in Social or Natural Sciences, and Foreign Languages. High scores on college entrance tests are required for admission to Bachelor's programs in South Korea, and the test requires intensive study, inspiring some families to begin students' preparation as early as kindergarten. South Korea also offers the unique opportunity to complete a Bachelor's Degree Examination in the fields of Korean Language, English Language, Business Administration, Public Administration, Law, Computer Science, Home Economics, Education and Nursing. Such examinations may be valuable for individuals wishing to continue their education on the Master's or PhD level.

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Bachelor of Mechanical Engineering

University Of Ulsan
Campus Full time 4 years March 2017 South Korea Ulsan

UIMEP (Ulsan International Mechanical Engineering Program) is an unique mechanical & automotive engineering course where the students could develop their both academic and practical knowledge through the field-oriented education system of University of Ulsan. [+]

Bachelors in South Korea 2017. Do you know SOUTH KOREA ? GDP: USD 1.4 trillion (11th in the world) GDP per Capita: USD 28,000 (28th in the world) Trade: USD 1 trillion (8th in the world) Population: 51 million (26th in the world) Major Industries: Electronic and Electrical, Automotive, Shipbuilding, Mechanical, Petrochemical, Steel, Retail, etc. MNCs: Samsung, LG, Hyundai, SK, POSCO, Lotte, Hanwha, etc. Do you know ULSAN ? Regional GDP per Capita: USD 61,000 (1st in Korea) Trade: USD 300 billion (1st in Korea) Population: 1.2 million (7th in Korea) The Industrial Capital of Korea; ULSAN Automotive Industry: Hyundai Motor & Affiliated Companies Shipbuilding Industry: Hyundai Heavy Industries & Affiliated Companies Petrochemical Industry: SK, S-Oil, LG, Affiliated Companies, etc. *More than 2,000 corporations are operating in and around Ulsan. Develop your future career path in Ulsan with University of Ulsan. UNIVERSITY OF ULSAN(UOU) AT A GLANCE Establishment: Year 1970 Founder: Ju-yung CHUNG (Founder of HYUNDAI Group) Governance: Hyundai Heavy Industries(HHI) Honorary Chancellor: Mong-joon CHUNG (Major Shareholder of HHI) Chancellor: Chung Kil CHUNG (Former Presidential Chief of Staff, Korea) President: Yeon Cheon OH (Former President of Seoul National University) Official Ranking 90th in the World (2015 THE 100 under 50 Rankings) 8th in Korea (2015 CWTS Leiden Rankings) 9th in Korea (2015 THE World University Rankings) 11th in Korea, 85th in Asia (2015 THE Asia University Rankings) Strength: Industry-University Cooperation Professional Internship & Factory Training Active Career Development Service Distinguished Programmes Mechanical & Automotive Engineering Electrical & Electronic Engineering Naval Architecture & Ocean Engineering Business Administration What is UIMEP ? UIMEP(Ulsan International Mechanical Engineering Programme) is an unique mechanical & automotive engineering course where the students could develop their both academic and practical knowledge through the field-oriented education system of University of Ulsan. UIMEP cultivates professional mechanical engineers equipped with global insight, who will be leading this rapidly changing world. UIMEP is unique among the mechanical engineering courses in Korea for the following reasons. Strategic location; Ulsan Metropolitan City (The industrial capital of Korea with over 2,000 companies) Professional internship and factory training programmes Special lectures from corporate CEOs and industry visits Strong career development services (professional mentoring programme from the industry) UIMEP Vision The Asian Hub of Global Mechanical Engineering Education UIMEP Mission Developing Professional Mechanical Engineers with Practical Knowledge and Global Insight WHY UIMEP ? HIGH EMPLOYMENT RATE & ACTIVE CAREER DEVELOPMENT SERVICE Strong partnership with local industries (Over 2,000 corporations around Ulsan) Various job offers with competitive salary Professional internship & field training opportunities ACTIVE ACADEMIC SUPPORT Academic tutoring for major courses & mentoring services Special lecture series & industry visits Korean studies programme & Korean language and culture courses REASONABLE & AFFORDABLE COST (per year, approx.) Tuition Fee: USD 6,000 On-Campus Student House Fee: USD 2,000 (Optional) On-Campus Meal Plan Fee: USD 2,000 (Optional) On-Campus Self-catered kitchen Fee: USD 300 (Optional) UIBP TUITION & FEES (per year, approx.) Category Amount (USD) Remark Entrance Fee 650 Only upon entry Tuition Fee 6,000 - Housing Fee (On-campus Student House) *Optional 2,000 - Meal Plan Fee (On-campus Student House) *Optional 2,000 Self-catered Kitchen: USD 300 TOTAL 10,650 - UIMEP SCHOLARSHIP Category Criteria Code Amount Upon Entrance TOEFL iBT 110+ or IELTS 8.0+ TOEFL iBT 100+ or IELTS 7.0+ TOEFL iBT 90+ or IELTS 6.5+ KF-1 KF-2 KF-3 70% of Tuition off 50% of Tuition off 30% of Tuition off After Entrance TOEFL iBT 90+ or IELTS 6.5+ & Previous Semester GPA 4.25~4.50 TOEFL iBT 90+ or IELTS 6.5+ & Previous Semester GPA 4.00~4.24 TOEFL iBT 90+ or IELTS 6.5+ & Previous Semester GPA 3.75~3.99 TOEFL iBT 90+ or IELTS 6.5+ & Previous Semester GPA 3.50~3.74 KF-S KF-1 KF-2 KF-3 100% of Tuition off 70% of Tuition off 50% of Tuition off 30% of Tuition off APPLY FOR UIBP? ELIGIBILITY Category Details Nationality Requirement a) Anyone with foreign citizenship whose parents both also have foreign citizenship, or * Applicants (including parents) with dual-citizenship of Korea are not eligible * Taiwanese applicants are eligible even if one of their parents holds Korean citizenship b) Anyone with foreign citizenship who completed both primary and secondary education fully outside of Korea Academic Requirement Freshmen Admission Anyone who completed or expects to complete primary and secondary education or those with equivalent qualification Transfer Admission – 2nd Year Transfer Anyone who completed or expects to complete at least 2 semesters (one fourth of the required credits for graduation) in a 4-year college or those with equivalent qualification Transfer Admission – 3rd Year Transfer Anyone who graduated or expects to graduate a 4-year college, who received or expects to receive an Associate Degree from a 2(3)-year college, who completed or expects to complete at least 4 semesters(half of the required credits for graduation) in a 4-year college, or those with equivalent qualification Language Requirement Those with TOEFL iBT 71+, Those with IELTS 5.5+, Those who completed primary or secondary education fully in English (Medium of Instruction certificate required) *Language certificates only issued within 2 years from the application deadline are accepted. ADMISSION SCHEDULE Category September Intake March Intake Application Deadline 30 November 31 May Admission Offer Acceptance Deadline 31 December 30 June [-]

Bachelor of Electrical Engineering

University Of Ulsan
Campus Full time 4 years September 2017 South Korea Ulsan

UIEEP (Ulsan International Electrical Engineering Program) is an unique mechanical & automotive engineering course where the students could develop their both academic and practical knowledge through the field-oriented education system of University of Ulsan. [+]

Do you know SOUTH KOREA ? GDP: USD 1.4 trillion (11th in the world) GDP per Capita: USD 28,000 (28th in the world) Trade: USD 1 trillion (8th in the world) Population: 51 million (26th in the world) Major Industries: Electronic and Electrical, Automotive, Shipbuilding, Mechanical, Petrochemical, Steel, Retail, etc. MNCs: Samsung, LG, Hyundai, SK, POSCO, Lotte, Hanwha, etc. Do you know ULSAN ? Regional GDP per Capita: USD 61,000 (1st in Korea) Trade: USD 300 billion (1st in Korea) Population: 1.2 million (7th in Korea) The Industrial Capital of Korea; ULSAN Automotive Industry: Hyundai Motor & Affiliated Companies Shipbuilding Industry: Hyundai Heavy Industries & Affiliated Companies Petrochemical Industry: SK, S-Oil, LG, Affiliated Companies, etc. *More than 2,000 corporations are operating in and around Ulsan. Develop your future career path in Ulsan with University of Ulsan. UNIVERSITY OF ULSAN(UOU) AT A GLANCE Establishment: Year 1970 Founder: Ju-yung CHUNG (Founder of HYUNDAI Group) Governance: Hyundai Heavy Industries(HHI) Honorary Chancellor: Mong-joon CHUNG (Major Shareholder of HHI) Chancellor: Chung Kil CHUNG (Former Presidential Chief of Staff, Korea) President: Yeon Cheon OH (Former President of Seoul National University) Official Ranking 90th in the World (2015 THE 100 under 50 Rankings) 8th in Korea (2015 CWTS Leiden Rankings) 9th in Korea (2015 THE World University Rankings) 11th in Korea, 85th in Asia (2015 THE Asia University Rankings) Strength: Industry-University Cooperation Professional Internship & Factory Training Active Career Development Service Distinguished Programmes Electrical & Electronic Engineering Mechanical & Automotive Engineering Naval Architecture & Ocean Engineering Business Administration What is UIEEP ? UIEEP(Ulsan International Electrical Engineering Programme) is an unique mechanical & automotive engineering course where the students could develop their both academic and practical knowledge through the field-oriented education system of University of Ulsan. UIEEP cultivates professional electrical engineers equipped with global insight who will be leading this rapidly changing world. UIEEP is unique among the mechanical engineering courses in Korea for the following reasons. Strategic location; Ulsan Metropolitan City (The industrial capital of Korea with over 2,000 companies) Professional internship and factory training programmes Special lectures from corporate CEOs and industry visits Strong career development services (professional mentoring programme from the industry) UIEEP Vision The Asian Hub of Global Electrical Engineering Education UIEEP Mission Developing Professional Electrical Engineers with Practical Knowledge and Global Insight WHY UIEEP ? HIGH EMPLOYMENT RATE & ACTIVE CAREER DEVELOPMENT SERVICE Strong partnership with local industries (Over 2,000 corporations around Ulsan) Various job offers with competitive salary Professional internship & field training opportunities ACTIVE ACADEMIC SUPPORT Academic tutoring for major courses & mentoring services Special lecture series & industry visits Korean studies programme & Korean language and culture courses REASONABLE & AFFORDABLE COST (per year, approx.) Tuition Fee: USD 6,000 On-Campus Student House Fee: USD 2,000 (Optional) On-Campus Meal Plan Fee: USD 2,000 (Optional) On-Campus Self-catered kitchen Fee: USD 300 (Optional) UIEEP TUITION & FEES (per year, approx.) Category Amount (USD) Remark Entrance Fee 650 Only upon entry Tuition Fee 6,000 - Housing Fee (On-campus Student House) *Optional 2,000 - Meal Plan Fee (On-campus Student House) *Optional 2,000 Self-catered Kitchen: USD 300 TOTAL 10,650 - UIEEP SCHOLARSHIP Category Criteria Code Amount Upon Entrance TOEFL iBT 110+ or IELTS 8.0+ TOEFL iBT 100+ or IELTS 7.0+ TOEFL iBT 90+ or IELTS 6.5+ KF-1 KF-2 KF-3 70% of Tuition off 50% of Tuition off 30% of Tuition off After Entrance TOEFL iBT 90+ or IELTS 6.5+ & Previous Semester GPA 4.25~4.50 TOEFL iBT 90+ or IELTS 6.5+ & Previous Semester GPA 4.00~4.24 TOEFL iBT 90+ or IELTS 6.5+ & Previous Semester GPA 3.75~3.99 TOEFL iBT 90+ or IELTS 6.5+ & Previous Semester GPA 3.50~3.74 KF-S KF-1 KF-2 KF-3 100% of Tuition off 70% of Tuition off 50% of Tuition off 30% of Tuition off APPLY FOR UIBP? ELIGIBILITY Category Details Nationality Requirement a) Anyone with foreign citizenship whose parents both also have foreign citizenship, or * Applicants (including parents) with dual-citizenship of Korea are not eligible * Taiwanese applicants are eligible even if one of their parents holds Korean citizenship b) Anyone with foreign citizenship who completed both primary and secondary education fully outside of Korea Academic Requirement Freshmen Admission Anyone who completed or expects to complete primary and secondary education or those with equivalent qualification Transfer Admission – 2nd Year Transfer Anyone who completed or expects to complete at least 2 semesters (one fourth of the required credits for graduation) in a 4-year college or those with equivalent qualification Transfer Admission – 3rd Year Transfer Anyone who graduated or expects to graduate a 4-year college, who received or expects to receive an Associate Degree from a 2(3)-year college, who completed or expects to complete at least 4 semesters(half of the required credits for graduation) in a 4-year college, or those with equivalent qualification Language Requirement Those with TOEFL iBT 71+, Those with IELTS 5.5+, Those who completed primary or secondary education fully in English (Medium of Instruction certificate required) *Language certificates only issued within 2 years from the application deadline are accepted. ADMISSION SCHEDULE Category September Intake March Intake Application Deadline 30 November 31 May Admission Offer Acceptance Deadline 31 December 30 June [-]

Bachelor in Business Management (Accounting & Finance)

SUNY Korea
Campus Full time March 2017 South Korea Incheon

The College of Business, introduced to SUNY Korea by Stony Brook University, is the most recent college from Stony Brook to join the SUNY Korea departments. At Stony Brook, it is one of 13 colleges and schools in the University, and it offers a major in Business Management, with specialization choices in Accounting and Finance, leading to the Bachelor of Science degree. The College of Business at Stony Brook University prepares students for leadership roles, fosters entrepreneurial growth, and... [+]

Bachelors in South Korea 2017. The College of Business, introduced to SUNY Korea by Stony Brook University, is the most recent college from Stony Brook to join the SUNY Korea departments. At Stony Brook, it is one of 13 colleges and schools in the University, and it offers a major in Business Management, with specialization choices in Accounting and Finance, leading to the Bachelor of Science degree. The College of Business at Stony Brook University prepares students for leadership roles, fosters entrepreneurial growth, and conducts cutting-edge research that informs business practice. ​The College's strong faculty from around the world achieve rigorous standards for research productivity and teaching effectiveness. The College attracts top quality students and engages them in the highest level of hands-on business education. As a business school at a flagship public research university, we offer our students, faculty, and members of the business community interdisciplinary resources. The College's research and teaching draws upon the sciences, mathematics, engineering, medicine, liberal arts, and fine arts to stimulate opportunities for technological innovation and economic development. The Business Management major is designed for students who wish to enter the business arena with substantial knowledge and skills across the full spectrum of business disciplines, but who also have a specific interest in either Accounting or Finance. Career opportunities include management positions in financial planning, banking, corporate accounting, public accounting, and more. Students are also prepared for advanced study in both Accounting and Finance, as well as other areas of business. While students have the opportunity to specialize in either Accounting or Finance, they will also take classes in business statistics, decision sciences, and general management. In just 10 years, the College of Business has enjoyed enormous growth in faculty, research, and academic programs. College of Business faculty is made up of 46 full time professors and affiliates, including 40 College of Business faculty and 6 members with joint or affiliate appointments, from such departments as Applied Mathematics, Economics, and Political Science. Faculty fall within the research areas of Accounting, Finance, Management (Organizational Behavior and Operations Research/Decision Analytics), and Marketing & Strategy. The faculty are from the most prestigious universities in the world including, but not limited to, Carnegie Mellon, Karlsruhe Institute of Technology, Northwestern, Sogang University, Tulane, University of California Santa Barbara, University of Michigan, University of Moscow, University of Munster, University of Virginia, Harvard University, and Yale. Many faculty members have dual affiliation with other Stony Brook departments, including Psychology, Technology and Society, Political Science, and Applied Mathematics, and what’s more, they are involved in cutting edge interdisciplinary centers across campus, including the Center of Finance, Center for Behavioral Political Economy and the Center for Behavioral Finance. College of Business faculty involve undergraduate students in their research, as well as provide students with experiential learning opportunities, including case studies, client projects and internships, with the ultimate goal of preparing students as leaders in their field of choice. Students are encouraged to develop and test their business ideas through support in the College’s Innovation Center and curriculum in technology innovation and entrepreneurship. Mission The mission of the Stony Brook College of Business is to create and disseminate knowledge, prepare students for leadership roles and foster entrepreneurial growth. This is accomplished by: - Emphasizing research and practice across disciplines within and outside of business. Our research meets the highest standards, earning publication in leading academic journals and enlightening other researchers and practitioners. - Providing undergraduate and graduate business education of the highest quality incorporating experiential learning including case studies, client projects, and internships to prepare students for rewarding careers. - Encouraging students to develop and test their business ideas supported by Stony Brook’s Innovation Center and curriculum in innovation and entrepreneurship. Clubs and Events There are many clubs and events for business students to get involved with while at Stony Brook. Included are an Accounting Society which brings weekly speakers to campus from various accounting firms. The Society, together with the College of Business and Stony Brook University Career Center, sponsors an annual Accounting Networking Breakfast each Fall to connect students to various firms to discuss internship and career opportunities. There is also a student run Investment Club, which promotes investment education, invites guest speakers from NYC investment banks and hedge funds (including many College of Business alumni), and plans trips to NYC destinations such as Bloomberg, Federal Reserve, and NASDAQ. There are many other events for students, including guest speakers, panel events, and career fairs, all of which provide students with expert advice and networking opportunities. [-]

Bachelor in Applied Mathematics & Statistics

SUNY Korea
Campus Full time March 2017 South Korea Incheon

The Department of Applied Mathematics and Statistics provides a unified home for the mathematical sciences. It is now the only such comprehensive mathematical sciences department among U.S. universities. It has 20 full-time faculty plus 15 adjunct faculty with primary appointments in other Stony Brook departments or in federal and industrial research laboratories. Education: It has over 220 graduate students studying at the M.S. and Ph.D. levels in tracks in: computational applied mathematics computational... [+]

The Department of Applied Mathematics and Statistics provides a unified home for the mathematical sciences. It is now the only such comprehensive mathematical sciences department among U.S. universities. It has 20 full-time faculty plus 15 adjunct faculty with primary appointments in other Stony Brook departments or in federal and industrial research laboratories. Education: It has over 220 graduate students studying at the M.S. and Ph.D. levels in tracks in: computational applied mathematics computational biology operations research/quantitative finance statistics It awards about 20 Ph.D.’s and 55 M.S.’s a year. The department also has an extremely successful undergraduate major, graduating about 110 B.S.’s a year, close to 5% of all Stony Brook B.S.’s. For decades, Stony Brook has graduated a higher percentage of Bachelor’s degrees in mathematics—mostly in Applied Math-- than any other U.S. public university. Research: Applied Mathematics and Statistics faculty work on a wide range of important problems, from designing better drugs to fight AIDS to assessing the effectiveness of foster care programs to helping the FAA route airplanes around weather systems to designing fusion reactors. An underlying premise of all research is that problems drive the mathematics, as opposed to having theories in search of applications. Almost all research projects involve collaborations with faculty in other disciplines. All faculty have external funding for their studies, averaging $150,000 a year per professor. With the recent endowed gift of the Frey Family Chair in Quantitative Finance, the department is expanding its research and doctoral training in this area. Research Areas Statistics: - Biostatistics, bioinformatics, brain image analysis 
 - Statistical genetic epidemiology, applied longitudinal data analysis 
 - Financial econometrics, macroeconometrics 
 Computational Applied Mathematics (CAM): - Computational science, computational physics, computational medicine 
 - Supercomputing, finite-element methods, multigrid solvers, front tracking 
 - Computational fluid dynamics, turbulence, porous media 
 Quantitative Finance: - Empirical finance, financial econometrics, market and credit risk management 
 - Asset liability modeling, high frequency analysis, risk analysis and optimization 
 Operations Research: - Computational geometry 
 - Optimization, smart grids, energy management, transportation systems 
 - Analysis, optimization, and control of stochastic and deterministic systems 
 Computational Biology: - Computational glycobiology; biochemical network modeling 
 - Drug design targeting AIDS, breast cancer, botulism, pain 
 - Protein design, structure prediction; ligand docking 
 - Computational immunology, evolutionaly systems biology 
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Bachelor in Technological Systems Management

SUNY Korea
Campus Full time March 2017 South Korea Incheon

The Department of Technology and Society, introduced to SUNY Korea by Stony Brook University, is the oldest and largest of the SUNY Korea departments. At Stony Brook, it is one of seven departments in the College of Engineering and Applied Sciences and it offers the major in Technological Systems Management leading to the Bachelor of Science degree. The program integrates a foundation in the natural sciences, engineering, applied sciences, or environmental studies with applications in technology systems... [+]

Bachelors in South Korea 2017. The Department of Technology and Society, introduced to SUNY Korea by Stony Brook University, is the oldest and largest of the SUNY Korea departments. At Stony Brook, it is one of seven departments in the College of Engineering and Applied Sciences and it offers the major in Technological Systems Management leading to the Bachelor of Science degree. The program integrates a foundation in the natural sciences, engineering, applied sciences, or environmental studies with applications in technology systems, assessment, and management. The Department also offers a minor in Technological Systems Management. The major prepares students for careers in government, industry, or education in positions such as manager of computer network systems, manager of information systems, quality control specialist, systems or environmental analyst, technical sales representative, or technology trainer/educator-in short, all professions and business ventures that are dependent on technological applications and implementation and in which project management is key to success. Students are also prepared for advanced study in areas such as business, law, education, policy analysis, and industrial or environmental management. The Department’s focus is on technological advances that shape every facet of modern life. Students develop understanding of the characteristics, capabilities, and limitations of current and emerging technologies. Successful practices in government, industry, education, and personal life depend on such understanding. The department applies engineering concepts that underlie technological change and that form the bridge from engineering to other disciplines. Mission The Department of Technology and Society, one of seven departments in the College of Engineering and Applied Sciences at Stony Brook University, applies concepts and tools drawn from natural sciences, engineering, and social sciences to examine and enhance the relationship between technology and our society, both regionally and globally. These concepts include systems theory, methods and tools for decision making, and science-technology-society (STS) frameworks. Specifically, the Department has a four-part mission: 1. Help all students learn to use technology, employ engineering approaches to problem solving, and understand the socio-technological interplay that demands a consideration of scientific, social, political, economic, behavioral, legal and ethical aspects of problems; 2. Foster professionals who will become leaders in the effective development, integration, management and assessment of technology for the purpose of improving education, business and industrial processes and systems, and the environment; 3. Conduct frontier research in energy, environmental studies, educational technology, STEM (science, technology, engineering and mathematics) education, technology innovation management, and public policy; 4. Establish projects that address current and emerging societal needs ─ greater participation of underrepresented groups in STEM, technology transfer, and readily available knowledge and tools to aid managers and policy makers. The essence of this department’s new paradigm for education is the unification of traditionally separate disciplines into an integrated unified whole to address problems in society. Technology studies begin with the problem, rather than the structure of a discipline. The department is expert in developing a meaningful whole from seemingly disparate pieces, by making multidirectional intellectual connections among disciplines, ideas, and among diverse groups of individuals and organizations. Inventing and testing models for collaboration is a hallmark of this department, a highly prized activity in the academy today. The Department of Technology and Society has developed a community of learners that extends vertically (e.g., faculty, undergraduates and high school students work together as a community conducting research) and horizontally in the education arena.” Degree & Requirements Students major in Technological Systems Management must complete a specialization in any one of the following: natural science, engineering and applied science, or environmental studeies. (For those students who have a major in one of those areas and who pursue Technological Systems Management as a second major, the first major will serve as the specialization.) [-]

Bachelor in Mechanical Engineering

SUNY Korea
Campus Full time 8 semesters March 2017 South Korea Incheon

Mechanical engineering is one of the core disciplines of engineering and it encompasses a large number of subdisciplines that are at the heart of both traditional and leading edge technologies. It is a broad profession concerned with activities such as energy conversion, power generation, design, and manufacturing. The theoretical and technical bases of knowledge include the pure sciences, mathematics, and the engineering sciences, especially the mechanics of solids and fluids, thermodynamics, and... [+]

Mechanical engineering is one of the core disciplines of engineering and it encompasses a large number of subdisciplines that are at the heart of both traditional and leading edge technologies. It is a broad profession concerned with activities such as energy conversion, power generation, design, and manufacturing. The theoretical and technical bases of knowledge include the pure sciences, mathematics, and the engineering sciences, especially the mechanics of solids and fluids, thermodynamics, and kinematics. Mechanical engineering requires aptitude and interest in the physical sciences and the language of mathematics, and the ability to apply these to societal needs. The educational objectives of the undergraduate mechanical engineering program at SUNY Korea recognize that students have a variety of career objectives and a choice of industrial environments in which to pursue them. The mechanical engineering curriculum provides students with a core education in mathematics and the physical sciences along with a broad sequence of courses covering thermal processes and fluid mechanics, mechanical design, solid mechanics, and the dynamic behavior and control of mechanical systems. Students also take courses that introduce them to the use of advanced computational methods for engineering design and analysis as well as data processing and analysis. A series of laboratory courses introduces them to sensors and electronics, modern instrumentation and experimental techniques used in engineering for tasks ranging from product design, evaluation, and testing to research. In addition, students can select electives to provide either higher level academic training in preparation for graduate school or a broader exposure to subjects related to engineering practice to enhance their preparation for a job after graduation. History Our undergraduate program is designed to provide students with the detailed mechanical engineering education and training required for immediate entry into the job market. At the same time, the curriculum maintains enough flexibility to enable students to fully prepare themselves for graduate studies and research careers. Mechanical engineering classes are taught by full-time faculty members and undergraduates are encouraged to work directly with the faculty in their technical electives. They also have the opportunities to participate in national and international student engineering competitions. Our Senior Design experience offers students opportunities for solving real-world problems in a multi-disciplinary setting. Mission The mission of the Mechanical Engineering Department is to: - provide a program for undergraduate education that prepares students for a career in mechanical engineering and related fields; - provide graduate education and research opportunities for students and practicing engineers; - perform cutting-edge research and provide technology transfer to regional and national industries. Program Educational Objectives - Prepare graduates for performing their job duties to meet the expectations of employers. - Prepare qualified graduates for advanced studies, if desired. Student Outcomes The students will demonstrate the following: an ability to apply knowledge of mathematics, science, and engineering an ability to design and conduct experiments, as well as to analyze and interpret data an ability to design a system, component, or process to meet desired needs within realistic constraints such as economic, environmental, social, political, ethical, health and safety, manufacturability, and sustainability an ability to function on multidisciplinary teams an ability to identify, formulate, and solve engineering problems an understanding of professional and ethical responsibility an ability to communicate effectively the broad education necessary to understand the impact of engineering solutions in a global, economic, environmental, and societal context a recognition of the need for, and an ability to engage in life-long learning a knowledge of contemporary issues an ability to use the techniques, skills, and modern engineering tools necessary for engineering practice an ability to apply the principles of mathematics through multivariate calculus and differential equations an ability to model, analyze, design and realize physical systems, components, or processes an ability to work professionally in both thermal and mechanical systems areas. [-]

Bachelor in Computer Science

SUNY Korea
Campus Full time March 2017 South Korea Incheon

Computer Science is the study of computer systems, including the architecture of computers, development of computer software, information processing, computer applications, algorithmic problem-solving, and the mathematical foundations of the discipline. The Computer Science major provides professional education in computer science to prepare the student for graduate study or for a career in the computing field. Students learn concepts and skills needed for designing, programming, and applying... [+]

Bachelors in South Korea 2017. Computer Science is the study of computer systems, including the architecture of computers, development of computer software, information processing, computer applications, algorithmic problem-solving, and the mathematical foundations of the discipline. The Computer Science major provides professional education in computer science to prepare the student for graduate study or for a career in the computing field. Students learn concepts and skills needed for designing, programming, and applying computer systems while also learning the theoretical and mathematical foundations of computer science. They have sufficient freedom in the program to pursue other academic interests in the liberal arts, sciences, and engineering to complement their study of computer science. The Computer Science program at Stony Brook University which SUNY Korea's program closely follows is accredited by the Computing Accreditation Commission of ABET. Many students prepare for their professional careers through internships at local companies. Computer science graduates are recruited heavily, and career opportunities include developing software systems for a diverse range of applications such as: user interfaces, networks, databases, computer games, cyber security, social networking, smart energy, mobile computing, artificial intelligence, robotics, forecasting, web technologies, and medical, communications, satellite, and embedded systems. Many are employed in the telecommunication and financial industries, and some are self-employed as heads of software consulting companies. History Established in 1969, the Computer Science Department at Stony Brook University is consistently ranked among the top Computer Science research departments. A Gourman report indicated Stony Brook’s undergraduate program was ranked 15th nationwide and 2nd in New York State. The most recent NRC survey ranked it among the top 20 graduate programs in the U.S. The department is the largest unit in the College of Engineering and Applied Sciences and is among the largest on the campus. Our faculty and students work closely together in an open, collegial atmosphere. The department is active in many of the major research areas in computer science with specialization in Algorithms and Complexity, Architecture and Organization, Big Data, Biomedical Informatics, Computational & Systems Biology, Human-Computer Interaction, Information Assurance and Security, Information Management, Intelligent Systems, Networking & Communication, Programming Languages, Software Engineering, Smart Energy, Systems Fundamentals and Visualization. The department is the primary participant in the Center of Excellence in Wireless and Information Technology (CEWIT), a $230 Million High-Tech Center at Stony Brook and one of a handful in New York state. Mission The Computer Science Department has established the following missions: - Educate undergraduates for professional jobs; - Educate MS students for development jobs; - Educate PhD students for academic / R&D jobs; - Conduct first-class research; - Secure research funding; - Serve the Stony Brook College of Engineering and Applied Sciences (CEAS), Stony Brook University and SUNY Korea, and the professional community; - Interact with and transfer technology to industry; - Collaborate with research institutions such as Brookhaven National Labs, Cold Spring Harbor Labs, and the Long Island, NY and IFEZ, Korea communities; and - Interdisciplinary interaction with other Stony Brook University and SUNY Korea units. CS Undergraduate Program Educational Objectives: - Establish themselves as practicing professionals or engage in advanced study in computer science, information technology, or related areas. - Advance professionally through organized training or self-learning in areas related to computer science and information technology. CS Undergraduate Program Outcomes The CS Program enables the students to achieve, by the time of graduation: An ability to apply knowledge of computing and mathematics appropriate to the discipline An ability to analyze a problem, and identify and define the computing requirements appropriate to its solution An ability to design, implement, and evaluate a computer-based system, process, component or program to meet desired needs An ability to function effectively on teams to accomplish a common goal An understanding of professional, ethical, legal, security and social issues and responsibilities An ability to communicate effectively with a range of audiences An ability to analyze the local and global impact of computing on individuals, organizations, and society Recognition of the need for and an ability to engage in continuing professional development An ability to use current techniques, skills, and tools necessary for computing practice An ability to apply mathematical foundations, algorithmic principles, and computer science theory in the modeling and design of computer-based systems in a way that demonstrates comprehension of the tradeoffs involved in design choices An ability to apply design and development principles in the construction of software systems of varying complexity. 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Undergraduate degree in Civil and Environmental Engineering

Kookmin University
Campus Full time March 2017 South Korea Seoul

Civil engineers are concerned with all aspects of engineering, including the conception, planning, design, construction, operation, and maintenance of major physical works and facilities that are essential to modern civil life. Civil and Environmental engineering projects are typically characterized by their scale, complexity, durability, and cost. Some examples include bridges, subways, roads, tunnels, coastal facilities, dams... [+]

Undergraduate degree in Civil and Environmental Engineering Civil engineers are concerned with all aspects of engineering, including the conception, planning, design, construction, operation, and maintenance of major physical works and facilities that are essential to modern civil life. Civil and Environmental engineering projects are typically characterized by their scale, complexity, durability, and cost. Some examples include bridges, subways, roads, tunnels, coastal facilities, dams, foundations, sewerage and sewage treatment facilities, water supply and purification systems, and various transportation facilities. Students participate in laboratory studies as well as classroom activities and become proficient in the use of computers for problem solving and design. In civil and environmental engineering, the courses extend to the areas of structural, geotechnical, hydraulic, environmental, and transportation engineering. The School of Civil and Environmental Engineering offers a specialized undergraduate program accredited by ABEEK (Accreditation Board for Engineering Education of Korea). The College of Engineering The College of Engineering is divided into 4 schools with similar characteristics: the School of Advanced Materials Engineering, the School of Mechanical Systems Engineering, the Department of Automotive Engineering, and the School of Civil and Environmental Engineering. The most advanced courses in each major are taught by professors with the highest academic achievements and most research experience. The College of Engineering has produced numerous engineers and researchers of the highest expertise. They have in turn had substantial influence on the development of technology and on the growth of Korea. The college will continue to expand its academic and research capabilities by hiring professors of extraordinary ability. By continuously updating our state-of- the-art facilities, students have the high-tech equipment necessary for a top-quality engineering education. [-]