The educational objective of the College of Humanities is to educate our young scholars into professionals who will contribute to bringing stability and peace to mankind with their knowledge on humanities.
The Department of Korean Language and Literature fosters students’ creative attitude towards Korean literature through teaching broad knowledge and research of Korean linguistics, and classical and contemporary Korean literature to produce future leaders who can contribute to the preservation and development of our cultural tradition.
The Department of English Language and Literature offers high quality lectures taught by native professors and language ability trainings focused on speaking and writing to produce experts with a comprehensive understanding of English and American society and a cosmopolitan mindset.
The School of European Languages and Cultures nurtures students’ professional knowledge of European literature, culture, society, history, politics, and economy as well as knowledge of humanities and an open world view.
The School of Asian Languages and Cultures aims to equip students with flexible ways of thinking and problem solving ability through conducting education and research of East Asian linguistics, literature and culture.
The Department of Philosophy is devoted to examination of our and others’ culture, and the objective of the department is to comprehend and compare Asian cultures to contribute to the development of the society.
The educational objective of the Department of History is to develop students into professional historians who have an open mindset, flexible thinking, professional competence, and practical skills.