Donga College of Health
|Donga College of Health|
|Revised Romanization||Donga Bogern Daehakgyo|
|McCune–Reischauer||Tong'a Bokŏn Taehakkyo|
Donga College of Health is a privately owned secondary education college in Yeongam County, South Jeolla province, South Korea. The current president is Kim Kyung-Taik (김경택). More than 50 professors are providing education in Nursing, Social Welfare, Emergency Medical, Early Child Education, Occupational Therapy and Companion Animal Welfare fields. More than 10,000 students have graduated over the 20 years since 1996.
Donga College of Health provides a wide range of expertise including Nursing, Social Welfare, Emergency Medical, Early Child Education, Occupational Therapy and Companion Animal Welfare. The college is known to have begun its courses in Animal Welfare and Magic for the first time in the country.
1994. March.11 The college is founded as Dong-A College (동아전문대학).
1996. February.12 303 students are graduated from the college
1999 .May.01 Appointed as excellent specialised college
2000. June.07 Appointed and granted as specialised college by the Ministry of Education
2002. March.01 Emergency Medical course is opened
2004. March.01 Magic major course is opened
2006. June.01 Appointed and granted (for 2007 and 2008) as "Animal Welfare Industry focused education valley"
2009. July.29 Approved to open a Nursing major 3-year course
2013. February.02 Approved to open a Nursing major 4-year course
2015. July.22 Appointed as Life-Long learning focused college by the Ministry of Education
2016. March.01 Approved to change the name of the college to Donga College of Health (동아보건대학교)
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