Ulsan College

Ulsan College (Korean울산과학대학교; lit. Ulsan College of Science) is a private college with two campuses in Ulsan, South Korea. The East Campus is in Dong-gu and the West Campus in Nam-gu. It was founded on 8 April 1960 as the Ulsan Industrial Technology Institute. Hyundai Heavy Industries is the college's owner and financial sponsor.[1][2]

Ulsan College
울산과학대학교
Ulsan College Seal.jpg
Seal of Ulsan College
Former names
  • Ulsan Industrial Technology Institute
  • Ulsan Industrial Technical College
Motto
성실, 창의, 봉사
Motto in English
Sincerity, Creativity, Service
TypePrivate college
Established8 April 1960 (1960-April-08)
PresidentDr. Heo Jeongseok (허정석)
Academic staff
304 (2012)
Students5,717 (2012)
Location,
35°29′45″N 129°24′56″E / 35.49578°N 129.41568°E / 35.49578; 129.41568 (East Campus)Coordinates: 35°29′45″N 129°24′56″E / 35.49578°N 129.41568°E / 35.49578; 129.41568 (East Campus)
Campusurban, multiple campuses
ColorsMain color: Green   Other colors:     
Websiteeng.uc.ac.kr
The letters 'U' and 'C' connected to each other
Ulsan College
Hangul
울산과학대학교
Hanja
Revised RomanizationUlsan Gwahak Daehakgyo
McCune–ReischauerUlsan Gwahak Taehakkyo

HistoryEdit

The Ulsan Industrial Technology Institute was founded as an affiliate of the College of Engineering at the University of Ulsan. The opening ceremony for the first school year was on 10 March 1973. The college was renamed the Ulsan Industrial Technical College on 1 March 1985, then renamed Ulsan College on 11 November 1998. The East Campus was opened on 17 March 2000.[3][4]

AcademicsEdit

The college's four departments currently offer the following programs. All programs are offered at the East Campus, except where noted.[5]

EngineeringEdit

  • Environment & Building Design (3-year program)
  • Information Technology (3-year program)
  • Digital Content Design
  • Mechanical Engineering (3-year program, West Campus)
  • Electricity & Electronics (3-year program, West Campus)
  • Industrial Management (West Campus)
  • Environmental & Chemical Industry (West Campus)

Liberal arts and scienceEdit

  • Early Childhood Education (3-year program)
  • Social Welfare
  • Tax Accounting
  • Distribution Management
  • Business & Foreign Languages

Natural scienceEdit

  • Nursing (4-year program)
  • Physical Therapy (3-year program)
  • Dental Hygiene (3-year program)
  • Food & Nutrition (3-year program)
  • Hotel Food Service & Culinary Arts

Sports and leisureEdit

  • Athletic Training

Notable peopleEdit

See alsoEdit

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "Resident information: Education". Ulsan Namgu's official site about city education. Retrieved 19 July 2013.
  2. ^ "대학탐방/울산과학대학]'제대로 된' 취업 지원...높은 '유지취업률'이 증거". Daily UNN. 15 September 2014. Retrieved 10 April 2015.
  3. ^ "과학대 발전기금 1,000만원 지원". UlsanPress. 18 July 2013. Retrieved 19 July 2013.
  4. ^ "울산공업학원 신임 이사장에 정정길". news1. 5 February 2014. Retrieved 10 April 2015.
  5. ^ "울산과학대학교 WCC사업 재지정평가 합격". The Korea Herald. 5 November 2014. Retrieved 10 April 2015.
  6. ^ "진보신당, 김소연선본 참여 없이 지지 김순자, 9일 예비후보 등록 추진 " Redian". Redian.org. 25 April 2012. Retrieved 20 December 2012.
  7. ^ "Candidate No. 7 Kim Soon-ja". KBS. 2012. Retrieved 13 April 2015.

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