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The College of Humanities, which aims to cultivate creative and talented citizens through excellent teaching and research within the discipline, was founded in 1951. The College first opened its doors with six departments (Dept. of Korean Literature, Dept. of English Literature, Dept. of History, Dept. of Philosophy, Dept. of Mathematics, Dept. of Physics, and Dept. of Chemistry) under the name of the College of Arts and Sciences. In 1981, the College was divided into the College of Humanities and the College of Natural Sciences. At present, the College consists of eleven departments. Students can deepen their knowledge of the humanities through the enhancement of historical consciousness and logical thinking as well as cultural literacy and language training to cope with the rapidly changing 21th century. As of 2011, the College has conferred bachelor's degree to 14,732 students, master's degree to 1,663 students, and doctoral degree to 419 students. Our graduates are currently active in various fields such as higher education, secondary education, the public sector, large companies, news media, the financial sector, and various cultural arenas.
|Department of Korean Language and Literature||view +||Department of English Language and Literature||view +|
|Department of History||view +||Department of Philosophy||view +|
|Department of French Language and Literature||view +||Department of German Language and Literature||view +|
|Department of Chinese Language and Literature||view +||Department of Archaeology and Anthropology||view +|
|Department of Japanese Language and Literature||view +||Department of Korean Literature in Classical Chinese||view +|
|Department of Russian Language and Literature||view +|