2012The Department of Electrical Engineering was renamed to the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering.
2012 JanStatistics: Faculty: 65, B.S.: 1,005, M.S.: 331 Ph.D.: 443
2012 JanTotal cumulative number of graduates: B.S: 8773, M.S.: 3747, Ph.D.: 1,311
1991The Institute of New Media and Communications was founded.
1992Incoming class of 215 undergraduate students were admitted with a to-be-determined major among Electrical, Electronics, and Control Engineering.
1995The Department of Electrical Engineering was established by merging three following departments: Electrical Engineering, Electronics Engineering, Control and Instrumentation Engineering. (Class size: 296)
1996The Department of Electrical Engineering was relocated to building no. 301 from building no. 31, 32, and 38.
2003The Department of Electrical Engineering partially used building no. 302.
2004The Electrical Engineering Systems Research Center(EESRC) was renamed to Korea Electrical Engineering & Science Research Institute.
2006The first class of students entered the Electrical Engineering and Computer Science (EECS) program. (EE Class size: 156)
1978The Department of Control and Instrumentation Engineering was established.
1979The College of Engineering was relocated to the Gwanak campus.
1982계측제어공학를 제어계측공학과로 개칭
1985The Inter-University Semiconductor Research Center was founded.
1988The Korea Electrical Engineering and Science Research Institute were founded.
1988The Automation and Systems Research Institute was founded.
1946The Department of Electrical Engineering was founded in the College of Engineering on August 22.
1947The Department of Communication Engineering was established.
1948The Department of Communication Engineering was renamed to the Department of Electrical Engineering.
1959The Department of Electrical Engineering was renamed to the Department of Electronics Engineering.