The Faculty of Information Systems aims to develop human resources who have the specialist knowledge and skills required for the information society and the information industry and who can contribute to creating a more comfortable and affluent life. To this end, we are looking for the following types of students.
● Individuals who have a keen interest in information technology or information security technology.
● Individuals who are eager to resolve various issues of our advanced information society.
Students learn the specialized knowledge and skills necessary for system programming, network construction and information system development. The course has been designed with a step-by-step approach starting with the basics reaching to the professional level. Students are also expected to acquire a broad range of capabilities – including in the areas of computer graphics, video production and web design – required to work for the IT industry.
Information Mathematics; Information Theory; Statistical Analysis Practice; Differential and Integral Calculus; Operations Research; Computer Architecture; Operating Systems; Operating Systems Practice; Database Theory; Database Practice; Information Law; Information Economics; Project Management; Information Design Theory; Mathematical Visualization Practice; Chromatics; Graphic Design; CG Animation Practice; Mobile Application Design Practice; Mobile Application Development Practice; Web Design Practice; Information Visualization; Information Technology Practice; Information Systems Practice; etc.
Students learn both extensive knowledge of IT technology and the specialized knowledge and skills of information security, including how to construct a system to protect critical information and how to manage such information. Each individual is expected to acquire specialized expertise and practical capabilities required to work as an information security specialist.
Information Mathematics; Information Theory; Statistical Analysis Practice; Differential and Integral Calculus; Operations Research; Computer Architecture, Operating Systems; Operating Systems Practice; Database Theory; Database Practice; Introduction to Information Security; Network Programming Practice; Information Law; Information Economics; Project Management; Cryptographic Technology; Applied Cryptographic Technology; Computer Forensics; Authentication and Access Control; Unauthorized Access Vulnerability; Secure Programming Techniques; Risk Management; Information Security Management; Security System Construction and Management; Information Technology Practice; Information Security Practice; etc.