An Efficient Engineering Design Education Framework in Information Network Engineering

  • Lee, Sang-Gon ;
  • Koh, Kyeong-Uk
  • Received : 2011.10.04
  • Accepted : 2012.09.10
  • Published : 2012.09.30


Design factors such as design objects establishment, analysis, synthesis, production, test and evaluation should be educated in a systematic way. Also design ability to reflect practical restrictive conditions such as industrial standards, economic feasibility, environmental impact, aesthetics, safety and reliability, ethical impacts and social impacts should be cultivated. In this paper, we explain the meaning of these terms and propose a systematic engineering design education framework satisfying Korean engineering education accreditation criteria. We also present a simple implementation in information network engineering.


Engineering design;Design factor;Practical restrictive conditions;ABEEK;EAC 2005


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Supported by : Dongseo University