The College of International Development Cooperation aims to cultivate professional managers with convergence knowledge of management and technology and communication skills in the global business environment in the era of the 4th industrial revolution. We contribute to corporate competitiveness and national economic development by producing talented individuals with the ability to utilize artificial intelligence based on big data in the global supply chain of products and services. The College of International Development Cooperation is establishing an education-centered cooperation cluster with domestic and foreign universities, industries, research institutes, and local governments centered on the AI Management Technology Research Center and the Global Management Technology Education Research Center. In addition, we will lead management technology convergence education suitable for the era of the 4th industrial revolution by using practical facilities such as big data AI living lab, 3D printing idea workshop, smart factory, and intelligent logistics center.
Dept. of Tourism Development
The Dept. of Tourism Development fosters knowledge-based tourism talent who puts customer satisfaction first.
By recognizing the gap between the theory and reality, we will focus on nurturing experts focusing on practical work in the tourism service industry by clearing this. In recent years, local tourism utilizing regional characteristics is growing very rapidly. Therefore, human resources with professional knowledge and practical skills in the tourism industry are needed. For the development of the tourism industry, the qualifications of experts who analyze cases of success and failure in tourism product development, tourism management, and tourism marketing are required.
The Dept. of Tourism Development at Sungkyul University aims to cultivate tourism experts for the tourism industry who develop knowledge and practical skills, provide customer-oriented services and improve people's quality of life.
Dept. of Business Administration
Business administration is the study of appropriate methods for achieving certain goals in economic activities for companies. The Dept. of Business Administration aims to cultivate competent experts who can respond to the industrialization, informatization, and knowledge society through the study and application of business administration and distribution information majors, and who can serve the development of the country and local communities. The ultimate purpose of business administration is to provide excellent goods and services to consumers and citizens through the creation of the best new values, and to increase external competitiveness. Therefore, the Dept. of Business Administration offers courses focusing on business management, including production management, marketing, human resource management, financial management, tax and accounting, international business administration, statistics and computer applications, which play an important role in business management. In addition, in preparing and executing various seminars, WORKSHOP, industry visits, simulated stock investment contests, and various cultural events, it provides an opportunity to learn the spirit of cooperation and live experience in academics and practice. Over the course of the four-year curriculum, you will be able to become a true Christian and an expert recognized for your outstanding skills.
Dept. of East Asian Studies & Logistics
Alvin Toffler says that the new order of the 21st century will be “Asia-Pacific” centered on East Asia, not globalization centered on Wall Street in the United States, and wealth and power will move to Asia. When analyzing the share of free trade areas in the global economy, the share of ASEAN+3 countries (Korea, Japan, China) (23) and the share of Europe (27) are almost the same. Therefore, East Asian trade and logistics are very important. The Faculty of East Asian Logistics cultivates experts who can respond actively to the global logistics market beyond East Asia in response to these global trends. The Dept. of East Asian Studies & Logistics is building a differentiated major curriculum that can cultivate not only English but also the ability to understand languages and cultures in East Asia. Also we operate the International Logistics Major and the Distribution Logistics Major, and offer a common curriculum so that students can acquire dual degrees to produce global talents who can be active in the world beyond East Asia.
Dept. of Industrial Management Engineering
Industrial management engineering is the study of how to harmoniously operate and control all fields that make up an industrial system. Industrial sites in the era of the 4th industrial revolution are rapidly changing. Therefore, it is necessary to improve the system so that the system can be operated more efficiently by applying new technology in the industrial field. The Dept. of Industrial Management Engineering provides theoretical and practical education to increase knowledge of individual components of the system and understanding of the entire system, and through this, it fosters experts who can efficiently plan, design, operate and control industrial systems. The Dept. of Industrial Management Engineering operates a curriculum to learn new technologies such as artificial intelligence, big data analysis, and 3D printing with the ability to design, plan and operate industrial systems. Graduates will be able to play a pivotal role in AI and big data analysis, smart factory construction and operation, IT specialty, consulting, manufacturing industry, UX/UI design, distribution and e-business.