The Info List - Catholic University Of Pusan

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The Catholic University of Pusan is situated in the southeastern South Korean port city of Busan. The current president is Son Sam-seok. The university is traditionally focused on nursing and health sciences, but in addition to these fields it includes schools of environmental science, business administration, computer information engineering, and social welfare. It enrolls about 1,200 students.


1 History 2 An Organization of Education Topics

2.1 An ideology 2.2 Topic

3 Introduce of Department in Cup 4 See also 5 External links

History[edit] In 1964, the Maryknoll
School of Nursing
opened under the directorship of Rita Catherine Bonin, attached to Maryknoll
Sisters Hospital. It was reorganized as Maryknoll
Junior College in 1971. It was renamed Pusan Catholic College in 1990. In 1999, it united with Jisan College (est. 1979), another Catholic nursing school in Busan, to form the present-day entity of the Catholic University of Pusan. An Organization of Education Topics[edit] An ideology[edit] Humanitarianism - Spirit of Catholicism/trust, love, service Topic[edit] An Honest volunteer (worker) for one person Introduce of Department in Cup[edit] We have 6 main departments and 17 majors in our school

College of Theology
(신학대학) College of Nursing
(간호대학) College of Health Sciences (보건과학대학) College of Applied Sciences
Applied Sciences
(응용과학대학) College of Social Sciences
Social Sciences
(사회과학대학) The Faculty of Management The Faculty of Circulation Management
Information The Faculty of Social Welfare College of Humanity Culture (인성교양부)

See also[edit]

List of colleges and universities in South Korea List of Korea-related topics Education in South Korea

External links[edit]

Official School Website, in English Official School Library Website Official CUP Total Information System. #Can Access only student#

Coordinates: 35°14′41.60″N 129°05′49.93″E / 35.2448889°N 129.0972028°E / 35.2448889; 129.0972028

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