Busan Kyungsang College

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Busan Kyungsang College
Established 1980
President Park Seok-Yong
Students 3,700
Location Busan, South Korea
35°11′04″N 129°05′57″E / 35.18432°N 129.09918°E / 35.18432; 129.09918Coordinates: 35°11′04″N 129°05′57″E / 35.18432°N 129.09918°E / 35.18432; 129.09918
Website www.psks.ac.kr at the Wayback Machine (archived December 10, 2004)
Busan Kyungsang College
Hangul 부산경상대학
Hanja
Revised Romanization Busan Gyeongsang Daehak
McCune–Reischauer Pusan Kyŏngsang Taehak

Busan Kyungsang College is a college in the Yeonje-gu district of Busan Metropolitan City, in southeastern South Korea. The president is Park Seok-Yong. It carries a legal maximum enrollment of 3,700 students.

Academic departments[edit]

The college offers training in technical and business-related fields.

According to the school, this is the only mobile game department in South Korea.

History[edit]

The school opened its doors on March 8, 1980. The Hwashin School Foundation which founded it was established in 1977. The current president was installed in 2001.

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