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Graduate School of Education

The Graduate School of Education (GSE) was established in 1975 for the purpose of retraining current teachers in modern educational theories and training prospective teachers in well-oriented, appropriate programs. GSE programs provide current and prospective teachers with creative problem solving abilities associated with their major studies and educational theories in order to instil passion in their instruction. Therefore, GSE graduates are expected to be professional teachers and educators equipped with the ability of leading regional education systems and contributing to the future of educational and social development according to the demand of the times.
There are 24 master’s degree programs offered by the GSE, including Educational Administration, Life-long Education, Educational Technology and Methods, Counseling Psychology, Korean Education, English Education, History Education, Geography Education, Ethics Education, Mathematics Education, Physics Education, Chemistry Education, Biology Education, Earth Science Education, Music Education, Fine Art Education, Physical Education, Home Economics Education, Early Childhood Education, Computer Education, Electrical Electronic and Communication Education, Nutrition Education, Special Education, Integrated Social Studies Education.

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