College of Humanities & Social Sciences -
Division of Media Contents
Major of Media Communication & Korean Culture, Major of Advertising, Public Relations & Culture Contents Science
Major of Media Communication & Korean Culture
With the rapid development of 21st century digital and mobile information and communication technologies, the media environment and people's lives are entering an era of convergence, or integration. The fusion of specialized industrial technology and communication media is drawing nearer the era of the 4th industrial revolution, which is referred to as the paradigm of new living. The Major in Media Communication & Korean Culture has the goal of fostering multidisciplinary professionals who have a basic knowledge of humanities related to the Korea language, culture, and communication, but also the media content production competency to meet the demands in the media, broadcasting, and new media industries.
The Major in Media Communication & Korean Culture is a converged major that was created from academic achievements and traditions accumulated over many decades by the Department of Communications and the Department of Korean Language & Literature, and from the convergence of many alumni networks. Many alumni graduates are actively working in various fields nationwide such as the press, media, publishing, education, and creative writing, and are of much help to our currently enrolled students. Our curriculum focuses on cultivating optimal practical sense and knowledge so our graduates can have a sharp competitive edge when it comes to finding a job in the media content industry. To ensure this, we have set up a cutting-edge digital broadcasting studio and a multimedia production lab, which provide practical training for students to plan and produce broadcast-grade programs in various formats.
Major of Advertising, Public Relations & Culture Contents Science
The Major in Public Relations Culture History is a field in which students can jointly learn about public relations, advertising and other persuasive communications as well as culture content and history. In the Major in Public Relations Culture History, students can study public relations, advertising, culture content, and history all in an inclusive course of study. This is a key major that realizes the demands for professionals in the 4th industrial revolution, which focuses on communication and content.