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Developing talented students equipped with the capabilities to utilize public policy and evaluate business!The College of Public Policy.

To analyze government policy, the College of Public Policy was established with three departments: Economics and Statistics, Public Sociology and Korean Unification/Diplomacy, and Public Administration. As various central government offices and national research institutions have been relocated to Sejong City, it has now become the central region for establishing the government policies needed for research, as well as education on public policy. In response to such needs, the College of Public Policy was established.

In the Department of Economics and Statistics, students study how to analyze the economy, and it offers students courses in not only statistics, but also an understanding of the foundation of government policy. The Department of Public Sociology and Korean Unification/Diplomacy focuses on the Public Sociology required for developing a society, with studies that focus on researching the relationship between North and South Korea, and the potential for Korean unification. The Department of Public Administration supports students studying public administration of the government, in particular, the need to improve the efficiency of administration.

In the Department of Economics and Statistics, students have an opportunity to study an additional major which they can choose from among five majors or three departments. Graduates may work for companies, civil society, research institutions, or gain admission into graduate school.

학부 소개

College of Public Policy 학부 소개
Division of Public Administration바로가기 Division of Public Sociology and Korean Unification/Diplomacy바로가기 Division of Economics and Statistics바로가기

전공 소개

College of Public Policy 전공 소개
Public Sociology바로가기 Korean Unification, Diplomacy and Security바로가기 Economic Policy바로가기
National Statistics바로가기 Big Data Science바로가기