Department of Public Administration
Public Administration is an academic field that studies the structure, functions, and processes of government and administration that have had the most important influence on the formation and operation of the modern state. Accordingly, Department of Public Administration aims to develop the ability to understand the basic concepts of the formation and development of modern administration and to use them in real academic and professional fields. For doing so, Department of Public Administration investigates the functions and roles of public administration in the process of modern society and national development, and studies various fields of public administration such as public organization, public personnel administration , public financial administration, and public policy necessary to practice it. Department of Public Administration is a department to study wide range of specialized knowledge and skills necessary to democratically and efficiently carry out the responsibilities of the modern state. The career path after graduation from Department of Public Administration is very diverse. Students could become a public servants through the exam or work as a professional manager in key fields such as general affairs and human resources management in public and private sectors. There is a way to go to graduate school, complete the master's and doctoral program, and obtain a degree to become a researcher at a research institute or a university professor. As a result, the number of students who are passionate about public administration is steadily increasing.
Choi, Young Chool
Policy analysis and Evaluation, International Development Policy, Education Policy
Office : N15-463 043-261-2203
Lee, Jae Eun
Crisis and Management, Disaster Management, Organization Theory
Office : N-15-420 043-261-2197
Lee, Min Kyu
Local Autonomy, Intergovernmental relations, Science and Technology Policy
Office : N15-365 043-261-3613
Kim, Hak Sil
Social Wdlfare administration, Social Economy(Socia Enerprise), Social Policy(women, culture, familiy)
Office : N15-366 043-261-2201
Choi, Yena
Organization and Management, Public Personnel Administration, Electronic Government, Human Resources Policy
N15-362 043-261-2198
Office : E-mail
Yoon, Tae Seop
Financial Administration, Public Finance, Local Finance
Office : N15-319 043-261-2199
Kim Jung Sook
Local Government, Non-profit Organization, Governance
Office : N15-316 043-261-2202
Credit requirements for graduation

The department curriculum has three components: Liberal education requirements(33Credits), a Subfields(72Credits), and electives. Total Credits : 130.
Yr-Sem-R/E Course (Credit) Yr-Sem-R/E Course (Credit)
1-1-E Theory of Public Administration I(3) 1-2-E Theory of Public Administration Ⅱ(3)
2-1-R Public Personnel Administration(3)
2-1-R Government Organization Management in Modern Society(3)
2-1-E English Readings in Public Administration(3)
2-1-E Constitutional Law(3)
2-1-E General Principles of Civil Law(3)
2-1-E Government and Administration in the
2-2-R Financial Administration(3)
2-2-R Policy Science(3)
2-2-E Organizational Behavior(3)
2-2-E Research Methods(3)
2-2-E Administration Law(3)
2-2-E Bureaucracy And Government Management(3)
3-1-R Local Autonomy(3)
3-1-E Civil Society and Public Governance(3)
3-1-E Urban Administration(3)
3-1-E Philosophy of Public Administration(3)
3-1-E Conflict management and negotiation(3)
3-1-E Policy Analysis&Evaluation(3)
3-1-E Electronic Government and Administrative Information System(Capstone design)(3)
3-2-R Social Welfare Administration(3)
3-2-E Crisisonomy in the Era of the 4th Industrial Revolution(Capstone design)(3)
3-2-E InterGovernmental Relations, IGR(3)
3-2-E Statistics in Public administration(Capstone design)(3)
3-2-E Environmental Administration(3)
3-2-E A Case Study in Government Innovation (3)
3-2-E Introduction in Public audit and inspection(3)
4-1-E Introduction in Public finance and Audit(3)
4-1-E Comparative and Development Public Administration(3)
4-1-E Crisisonomy for Problem Solving in Society(3)
4-2-E Seminar in Public Administration(3)
4-2-E Social Economy Policy(Capstone design)(3)
4-2-E Gender and Public Policy(3)
4-2-E Local Industry Policy(3)