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School of Urban Infrastructure Engineering

KYUNGIL UNIVERSITY School of Urban Infrastructure Engineering

Six thousands graduates since 1963; the biggest alumni as a civil engineering school in Korea.


  • Construction engineering is a professional discipline that deals with the designing, planning, construction, and management of infrastructures such as highways, bridges, airports, railroads, buildings, dams, water resources, water distribution system, land surverying, geoinformatics, and utilities.
  • The school aims to foster professional engineers with executive abilities through practice-oriented exercises in state-of-art laboratories and computer facilities.


Applied Mechanics, Reinforced Concrete, Hydraulic and Hydrology, Soil Mechanics, Land Surveying, Water Supply and Distribution, Geographic Information System, Transportation Systems, Construction Management and Railway Engineering.


National agencies or city councils, public cooperations such as Korea Highway Cooperation, Water Resources Cooperation, Land & Housing Cooperation, Cadastral Survey Cooperation, construction companies and engineering firms.


Name Education Year Final Degree Major
Du-Yon Kim Yonsei University 2009 Ph.D. Construction Management
Jae-Seok Kim University of Kentucky 1992 Ph.D.  
Hee-Duck Kim Osaka University 1992 Ph.D. Bridge Engineering
Ki-Bum Park Yeungnam University 2005 Ph.D. Water Resources Engineering & Disaster Management
Seung-Seop Ahn Yeungnam University 1992 Ph.D. Water Resources Engineering
Yong-Han Woo Yeungnam University 1998 Ph.D. Urban Planning and Engineering
Ji-Hyeung Yoo Yonsei University 1989 Ph.D. Geotechnical Engineering
Young-Jin Lee Hanyang University 1989 Ph.D. Surveying and Geospatial Information Engineering
Jong-Heon Lee SungKyunKwan University 1989 Ph.D. Structural Engineering
Mi-Kyung Lee Kyungpook National University   Master Engllish Semantics
Eduardo Tavares University of Southern Queensland   Master Applied Linguistics
Michael Darmour American Public University   Master Environmental policy