Kyung Hee University, College of Fine Arts established in 1966, started as an Art Education Department, and later changed to College as the Department of Fine Arts in 1999. There are three major art degree programs the College of Fine Arts offers Korean Painting, Painting, and Sculpture. Nine full-time faculties, sixty lectures, many adjunct faculties, and over 1,500 alumni who are active as artists, professors, teachers, and various professionals.
What is Fine Arts College?
Bachelor’s Program of the College of Fine Arts offers a four-year program in three majors: Korean Painting, Painting, and Sculpture. We are committed to educating future professionals and experts through an integrated curriculum of each sector. For the freshman, we focus on the basics and what could be the fundamental of art. And for advanced years, we challenge students through the advanced courses to develop a creative mindset, acquire the essential preparatory knowledges, and practical application required in professionals environments for graduation.
Kyung Hee University, College of Fine Arts aims to provide direction and stimulation through a creative studio-based curriculum where students pursue personalized and customized programs. Our goal is to develop the curriculum that prepares students for the future and by providing global education programs and strategies for applying their learning in society, foster internationally-minded attitude, and practical application of skills. We pursue learning in development thinking and practice adapted to changing times and produce creative artists, socially engaged art professionals, and arts and culture managers.
Kyung Hee University, College of Fine Arts
26, Kyungheedae-ro, Dongdaemun-gu, Seoul, 02447, Republic of Korea