Undergraduate

  • School of Mechanical and Nuclear Engineering

    The School of Mechanical and Nuclear Engineering concentrates on fostering creative and ingenious professionals that contributes to cutting-edge industrial areas.

  • School of Urban and Environmental Engineering

    The School of Urban and Environmental Engineering concentrates on fostering highly educated manpower and developing cutting-edge urban environment technology.

  • School of Design and Human Engineering

    The School of Design and Human Engineering focuses on future leaders with both theoretical and working-experience traits.

  • School of Materials Science and Engineering

    The School of Materials Science and Engineering is an interdisciplinary field which emphasizes the study of processing-structure-property relations in materials, and fosters material and advanced material professionals required by the current society.

  • School of Energy and Chemical Engineering

    The School of Energy and Chemical Engineering strives to solve 21st century humanity’s energy issue problems, and research green chemical processes, chemical engineering, advanced materials, and energy conversion and storage.

  • School of Electrical and Computer Engineering

    The School of Electrical and Computer Engineering strives to educate pioneers of future society technology by convergence of electrical and computer engineering with diverse different technologies.

  • School of Life Sciences

    The School of Life Sciences provides programs that foster creative global students that pioneer high-tech medical technology areas and biological sciences which are key components in future science technology fields.

  • School of Natural Science

    The School of Natural Science aims for contributing to humanity’s growth and finding laws existing in nature. UNIST has three tracks such as Physics, Mathematical Science, and Chemistry, which strives to combine and advance results of natural science with engineering.

  • School of Business Administration

    The School of Business Administration provides education on various business areas including Technology Management, Information Systems, Finance, International Business, Marketing and Entrepreneurship which fosters fundamental traits of being a manager.

  • Division of General Studies

    The Division of General Studies provides the educational foundation for students studying at UNIST during their first year. All newly accepted are enrolled as non-majors and learn basic science and cultural education within an engineering field or a business administration field during their freshmen year. Upon completing freshmen curricula, students choose their specific major of their choice, and go onto their sophomore years.