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The Department of Culture and Contents, established in March, 2005, was designated a major in March, 2006. The department’s disciplinary focus is unique among Korean universities offering programs in the humanities, but is anticipated to become a leading field within the College of Humanities. As a new department, plans are in place to recruit distinguished full-time professors and to acquire the most complete and current materials for study and research.
The department aims to seek out new possibilities for cultural contents on the basis of understanding the humanities field and cultural production.
Vision after Graduation
For those focusing on writing and storytelling, graduates may expect to become writers, poets, novelists, playwrights and culture critics. Graduates specializing in cultural contents theories may choose careers connected to cultural events agencies. While those focusing on cultural contents practices are forging satisfying careers as they meet the rapidly growing needs of IT-related industries. All graduates may expect bright futures meeting the needs of newly generated cultural industries.