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Head of the
Interdisciplinary Major in
Information Security Convergence
Prof. Seokhie Hong
The lack of information protection in cyberspace has led to an increase in security breaches, highlighting the importance of information security. Against this backdrop, the interdisciplinary major was jointly established by the Graduate School of Information Security and the College of Informatics. The major aims to foster outstanding talent in the field of information security by delivering knowledge in reverse engineering, hacking, and digital forensics and by providing exposure to real-world issues through corporate projects and internships.
Education and Research Details
The requirements of the interdisciplinary major can be fulfilled by completing a total of 36 credits, comprised of 9 credits in mandatory major courses, and 27 credits in major electives. The curriculum, which focuses on information security, consists of courses related to information security and computer-related courses essential for information security education.
The program is consistently improved based on feedback from both students and businesses.