Dong-ah Institute of Media and Arts

Dong-ah Institute of Media and Arts (formerly known as Dong-Ah Broadcasting College) is a technical college in South Korea specialized in training professionals in the fields of media design, production, and communications. The campus is situated in Samjuk-myeon, Anseong City, Gyeonggi province, South Korea. The name has been changed to Dong-Ah Institute of Media and Arts as January 15, 2007.[1]

Dong-Ah Institute of Media and Arts
동아방송예술대학교(東亞放送藝術大學校)
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Former names
Dong-Ah Broadcasting College
Motto in English
Be the Shining Star in the Field of Media and Arts
TypeJunior College
Established1997 (1997)
ChairmanWon-suk Choi
PresidentYong H. Choi
Location
Samjuk-myeon, Anseong City
,
Gyeonggi province
,
Websiteeng.dima.ac.kr
Dong-ah Institute of Media and Arts
Hangul
Hanja
Revised RomanizationDonga Bangsong yesool Daehak
McCune–ReischauerTong'a Pangsong Yesool Taehak

Dong-ah Institute of Media and Arts was ranked 171st (tied with Jeju National University and Kumoh National Institute of Technology) in Asia by QS Asian Universities Ranking in 2010.[2]

AcademicsEdit

The school's academic offerings are provided through various divisions such as Broadcasting Technology, Multimedia Production, and Internet Broadcasting. Courses of study are two to three years in length.

Associate Degree Program (3-year program)

  • School of Broadcasting and Arts Convergence
    • Division of Broadcasting Technology
      • Major: Broadcasting Production Technology, Broadcasting System, Broadcasting Sound Technology
  • School of Media Content
    • Department of Visual Production
    • Department of Broadcasting Writing
    • Department of Broadcasting and Journalism
    • Department of Digital Image Design
    • Department of Advertising Production
    • Department of New Media Contents
  • School of Entertainment
    • Division of Entertainment in Broadcasting
      • Major: Acting, K-Pop Performance
    • Department of Fashion Styling
    • Department of Entertainment Management
  • School of Arts
    • Division of Performing Arts
      • Major: Theatre, Musical, Korean Traditional Performing Arts
    • Department of Film Arts
    • Department of Audio Production (Track: Music Engineering, Sound Post Production & Design, Live Sound Technology)
    • Department of Scenography
  • School of Applied Music
    • Division of Applied Music
      • Major: Vocal Performance (Principal Study: Vocal Performance, Songwriting)
      • Major: Instrumental Performance (Principal Study: Jazz Piano, Guitar, Bass, Drum, Wind Instrument, Percussion)
      • Major: Composition (Principal Study: Producing, Songwriting, Electronic Music Production)

Bachelor's Degree Program (1-year program after completing 3-year AA degree course)

  • School of Broadcasting and Arts Production
    • Department of Media Contents Production (Track: Broadcasting Contents Production, Film Contents Production)
    • Department of Broadcasting Technology
    • Department of Applied Music
    • Department of Audio Production
    • Department of Acting Arts (Track: Performing Arts, Entertainment in Broadcasting)
    • Department of Broadcasting and Journalism

HistoryEdit

The school was opened in 1997 as Dong-ah Broadcasting Specialized College. On January 15, 2007 the school was renamed Dong-ah Institute Of Media and Arts.

Dong-ah has a student-exchange program with Illinois State University where Korean students can graduate with a degree from an American University and ISU students can spend a semester or more abroad experiencing the Korean culture. Dong-ah also has a student-exchange program with California State University, Fullerton called the DIMA program and caters especially to Communications majors.

Notable alumniEdit

See alsoEdit

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "Dong-ah Institute of Media and Arts". StudyInKorea. Retrieved 2 October 2014. CS1 maint: discouraged parameter (link)
  2. ^ "QS Asian Universities Ranking". Quacquarelli Symonds.

External linksEdit

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