School of Humanities & Social Science consists of Dept. of English Language and Literature, Dept. of Japanese Language, Dept. of Early Childhood Education, Dept. of Social Welfare, Dept. of Police Science, Dept. of Law, Dept. of Public Administration, Dept. of Journalism & Broadcasting, Dept. of the Fire Service Administration, Dept. of Counseling Psychology, and Dept. of Korean Language.
Dept. of English Language and LiteratureClick Here
Our Department aims to foster students into talented members of international society who can contribute to their region and country based on proficiency in the English language. This is reflected in the department’s curriculum, including classes to enhance practical abilities in language focusing on communication skills, understanding of the culture of English-speaking countries and the international society, as well as knowledge and in various academic fields of English literature, linguistics and education
Dept. of Japanese LanguageClick Here
Responding to the university’s priority characteristics, the classes are focused on providing practical training for career-finding. Students are encouraged to enhance their Japanese skill and knowledge, especially studying to obtain certificates that can help in deciding their career and finding jobs. True professionals about Japan are brought up through education on Japanese history, culture, the country’s international politics, economics and cultural status and Korea-Japan relations.
Dept. of Early Childhood EducationClick Here
Aim to realize whole-person education of early childhood based on service to local community
Are open-minded to the international society and have a proactive attitude
Are capable of utilizing multimedia and information tools
Dept. of Social WelfareClick Here
The Department provides training to foster professionals who can proactively respond to the inherent new type of threats in the fast-changing era of Fourth Industrial Revolution, based on a curriculum that enables students to accurately understand the demands and needs of the welfare field, correspond to them, and develop humanistic character to provide aid for those most in need.
Dept. of Police ScienceClick Here
Outstanding police officers with systematic knowledge in police theory and practice, and public servants of the office of prosecution, correctional officer, and at court
Competent security guards and private investigators corresponding to the expanding private security industry
Dept. of LawClick Here
Lawyers who serve the country and local community with just value and sound professional ethics based on profound knowledge, as well as professional competence in both theory and practice to lead the culture and information-focused society of the 21st century and contribute to social development are fostered at the Department of Law.
Dept. of Public AdministrationClick Here
The Department of Public Administration brings up capable public servants of central and local governments and manpower with capability to perform management duties of public and private companies.
Dept. of Journalism & BroadcastingClick Here
The Department aims to bring up producers of broadcasting images and journalists who can become leaders in the rapidly changing media environment. This is reflected in the curriculum that focuses on on-the-job training regarding newspaper, broadcasting, video, advertisement, internet, public opinion and culture based on communication theory and study of the phenomenon, which enables fostering of creative human resources apt for the digital smart media era.
Dept. of the Fire Service AdministrationClick Here
Given the recent, rapidly changing social structure due to globalization and informatization, the Department corresponds to the demands for professionals of disaster management and fire safety with systematic and scientific academic knowledge who can protect life and property from various disasters and preserve public safety and order.
Dept. of Counseling PsychologyClick Here
Have a sound perspective on humanity to provide devoted service to community
Have systematic knowledge on theory and practical abilities regarding study of counseling and psychology
Have ability to adopt to the globalization era
Dept. of Korean LanguageClick Here
Creative professionals of Korean Language are fostered who are willing to contribute to the globalization of Korean and the Korean culture through internationalization, informatization and commercialization capabilities.