The College of Social Sciences consists of six departments (Dept. of International Development Cooperation, Dept. of Business Administration, Dept. of Social Welfare, Dept. of Public Administration, Dept. of Urban Planning and Real Estate, Dept. of Distribution and Logistics) and it conducts education and research on social science, a discipline that scientifically and systematically explores human society based on Christian personality education.
Dept. of International Development Cooperation
The Department of International Development Cooperation studies rural and urban communities, and various issues at the national and global levels academically. As a result, it promotes equal development between regions and contributes to constructing the local community as a welfare society by efficiently using human and material resources. In the era of globalization, informatization and localization, we educate students needed by local community development agencies, local community development administration agencies, and nurture local development leaders with problem-solving capabilities, informatization and policy analysis capabilities, and regional development administrative capabilities.
Dept. of Social Welfare
The Dept. of Social Welfare aims to cultivate social welfare experts who will combine professional knowledge, ability and character based on the Christian spirit, and will contribute to the improvement of national welfare. By incorporating social science theory and knowledge into social welfare practice, we provide a curriculum to cultivate creative and practical ability to understand and solve human needs and social problems.
Dept. of Public Administration
The Department of Public Administration studies the theory and practice of administration. Administration refers to the management of organizations, personnel and finances, and the creation and enforcement of laws in order to implement policies or goals in large and small institutions including the government and social groups. The scope of public administration, which studies the theory and practice of today's administration, is very large. Therefore, career paths after graduating from the Department of Public Administration are diverse and broad. In the Department of Public Administration, you can study subjects in the fields of administration and law to prepare for various exams. Since 1999, it is the first four-year university in the country to provide commissioned education to public officials in Anyang City and neighboring regions, establishing educational ties with the local community. In addition, the Graduate School of Business Administration and the Graduate School of General Administration have established master's and doctoral programs related to public administration so that students can continuously study further in depth.