Catholic Sangji College

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Catholic Sangji College
TypePrivate
Established1970
PresidentYu Gang-ha
Location, ,
36°34′10″N 128°44′10″E / 36.56944°N 128.73599°E / 36.56944; 128.73599Coordinates: 36°34′10″N 128°44′10″E / 36.56944°N 128.73599°E / 36.56944; 128.73599
AffiliationsRoman Catholic
Websitehttps://web.archive.org/web/20041229034405/http://www.csangji.ac.kr/
Catholic Sangji College
Hangul
가톨릭 상지 대학
Hanja
가톨릭 上智大學
Revised RomanizationGatollik Sangji Daehak
McCune–ReischauerKat'ollik Sangji Taehak

Catholic Sangji College is a private 2-year college affiliated with the South Korean Roman Catholic church. It is located in the city center of Andong City, North Gyeongsang province, South Korea. The president is Yu Gang-ha (유강하). As a technical junior college, Catholic Sangji College emphasizes team teaching and project-based learning.

Academic departments[edit]

Division of Humanities:

Division of Health and Nursing

Division of Natural Science

  • Hotel cuisine and nutrition

Division of Industry

  • Computer information
  • Information communications
  • Railroad electricity
  • Automotive technology
  • Computer multimedia design
  • Interior design

History[edit]

The college began in 1970 as Sangji Technical School. It was founded by three Luxembourgian nuns of the order, Soeurs de la Doctrine Chrétienne (French, “Sisters of the Christian Doctrine”).

Sister schools[edit]

Sangji Catholic College maintains ties with four American institutions: University of California Riverside, Georgia Southwestern University, and North Park University. In addition, sisterhood relations exist between the automotive departments of Sangji Catholic and Kennedy King Community College in Chicago.

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