[DO NOT APPLY IF YOU ARE NOT KOREAN CITIZEN. Only Korean citizenship holders eligible to pass the background check are allowed in Weapon Systems Engineering major of Agency for Defense Development campus. Any application filed by a foreign student will be automatically rejected in the initial evaluation stage.]
The Weapon Systems Engineering Major of the Agency for Defense Development covers all the experiences required for researching, developing, and testing weapon systems. This major aims to cultivate the next generation of national defense experts in with hands-on experience on guided weapons, flight vehicles, communications warfare, electronic warfare, warheads, advanced materials, and energy, based on its world-class faculty and state-of-the-art research infrastructure.
It provides opportunities to get hands-on specialized education in different fields such as electronics, electricity, data processing, machinery, chemistry, chemical engineering, and advanced materials.

Current status of student majors

Current status of student majors
Enrolled Students 2 Average age of new students in master course 25.06
Students on leave - Average age of new students in doctor course 27.4
Completion Students 4 Average age of new students in integrative course -
Master Graduates 7 Average graduation period in master course 2.04
Doctoral Graduates 1 Average graduation period in doctor course 7.95
International Students - Average graduation period in inegrative course -

Student Research Performance

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Year Field of Research Journal Research
2020 Journal Journal of Materials Research and Technology Deformation and microstructural evolution of ultrafine- and fine-grained OFHC Cu during dynamic tensile extrusion
2020 Journal Journal of Positioning, Navigation, and Timing Direction of Arrival Estimation of GNSS Signal using Dual Antenna
2018 Journal 한국항행학회논문 위성항법시스템의 전리층 보정 가능 영역 확장을 위한 인공 신경망의 성능 분석
2016 Journal 한국연소학회 Effect of Flare Angle in Counter-Rotating Swirler on Swirling Flow
2014 Journal Internationial Journal of Spray and Combustion Dynamics Study on Dynamic Responses of a Screw-Type Pressure-Swirl Injector under Low Frequency Pressure Oscillation