Introductory courses on subjects like software, data structuring and object-oriented problem solving are offered in addition to the specialized curriculum for students in the smart/mobile platform track (mobile web, O/S, embedded software etc) and knowledge information service track (software development methodology, information security, etc.). Active efforts are made to form partnerships with major IT players in the industry, and external scholarships are also provided to outstanding students.
Upon graduation, students can pursue careers in software development, maintenance, planning and consulting at private firms. Other options include working in the financial sector, IT related public corporations, or becoming public officials in technical posts, teachers or starting personal businesses. Students can also enroll in graduate school or join research centers to take part in intensive R&D tasks related to computers