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Global Cultural Cooperation Centered University

Creative Convergence

Geumgang Univeristy encourages its students to have multi-majors among one IT-based entrepreneurship major and five other social-science majors(Buddhist Studies, Public Administartion, Social Welfare, Business Administration, and International Trade) Those who have majored both in IT-based entrepreneurship major and a social-science major(s) will be very much sought-after in today’s increasingly competitive job markets.

The founders of Facebook and Alibaba.com are both humanities majors and also are world-renowned successful business leaders.


(Multi-major combinations include, but are not limited to, IT-based Public Administration, IT-based Business Administration, Buddhism-based Business Administration, and Business-based Social Welfare majors.)

    • Major of Public Administration
    • Major of Social Welfare
    • Major of Business Administration

    GGU graduates those who compete globally by training them to have problem-solving competency, multi-language ability, and a strong sense of self confidence. GGU’s multi-major education system encourages an explorative approach in studying the six different majors.


    GGU graduates will play an important role in their respective field (Multi-major combinations include, but are not limited to, IT-based Public Administration, IT-based Business Administration, Buddhism-based Business Administration, and Business-based Social Welfare majors.)

    • Major of Buddhist Studies

    This School offers two majors: the Buddhist Studies major focuses on learning theories and knowledge in Buddhism; the Applied Buddhist Studies major focuses on practical applications of Buddhism to the real world. This School focuses on an approach that pays attention to both humanistic and practical aspects of Buddhism, thereby creating synergy through collaboration with other fields of study. Accordingly, students have opportunities to create diverse interdisciplinary majors with studies in Social Science, International Trade and Computer Science. Graduating students, equipped with healthy personality and abilities adaptable to a rapidly changing environment, can enter a wide range of professional careers both in public and private sectors. To keep pace with the current globalized society, the school offers scholarships for one-semester study abroad programs.


    (Multi-major combinations include, but are not limited to, Buddhism-based IT Entrepreneurship, Buddhism-based Social Welfare, and Buddhism-based Business Administration)

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