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A junior college (專門大學, English: Korean Junior College) is a type of higher education institution in South Korea. Junior colleges established in accordance with Article 47 of the Higher Education Act provide education focusing on technology and vocational practice. It is a higher education institution that teaches and researches professional theories and technologies to foster mid-level professionals.
The length of study varies depending on the degree program. According to the Higher Education Act, the professional bachelor's program is set at 2 to 3 years, the bachelor's degree in-depth major program is set at 4 years or more, including the class years of the professional bachelor's program, and the professional technology master's program is set at 2 years or more. there is. The department that applies to special provisions regarding the number of years of study and degrees in the course to train medical personnel is operated as a four-year bachelor's degree program.
In Korea, the term includes undergraduate and graduate programs, but in a narrow sense, it refers only to undergraduate programs, excluding master's and doctoral programs. According to the Higher Education Act of the Republic of Korea, the name University (大學) or University (大學校) can be used regardless of the type of school, but University (大學校) is a Korean-made Chinese character used only in Korea, and in other countries with a Chinese character culture, “University” can be used. It is not used in this sense.
According to the Higher Education Act (Article 2), universities in Korea include universities, industrial universities, colleges of education, junior colleges, Korea Polytechnic University, technical colleges, distance colleges (University of Open Air, College of Communications, College of Open Air and Communications, and Cyber College), various schools, etc. It is a word that encompasses all of the above.
Broadly speaking, it includes not only undergraduate programs but also graduate schools such as master's and doctoral programs. Graduate schools are not only established at universities, but can also be called graduate schools and only establish graduate courses (Article 30 of the Higher Education Act).
A master's degree (碩士, English: Master's degree) is a degree that recognizes those who have achieved a certain level of study and research in graduate school.
In order to pursue the purpose of university education in depth and at the same time cultivate leadership ability and creativity in academic research, it is an educational institution that conducts more in-depth research and teaching than university courses. Depending on the country, its main function is either research or research and teaching, but in the United States and Korea, the emphasis is on research and teaching. In the case of Korea, graduate schools are established in colleges and universities, and specific bylaws are determined by graduate school regulations.
A doctor (博士, Doctor) refers to a specific degree granted by a university or academic research institute or to a person who has obtained that degree, and is generally the highest level of degree certifying an expert in a specific field. In most cases, in a narrow sense, it refers to the Doctor of Philosophy (Latin: Philosophiæ Doctor, Doctor of Philosophy), excluding doctors (Latin: Medicinae Doctor).
In Korea, a doctoral degree is awarded to a person who holds a master's degree or a degree recognized as equivalent from a graduate school where the relevant degree program is offered, who has completed at least two years of coursework prescribed by the relevant graduate school and meets the requirements specified in the school regulations. If you meet the requirements, you will be reviewed by 5 or more people. However, for those who received a doctoral degree from a foreign country, the Minister of Education, Science and Technology must attach a copy of the thesis or a publication in which the thesis was published within 6 months from the date of returning to Korea (the date of receiving the degree for those who received a doctoral degree after returning to the country). must be reported to.
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