The Graduate School of Public Policy and Information Technology is the only Korean professional graduate school specializing in IT public policy. Our master's and doctoral programs bring a rigorous disciplinary focus to various policy problems so as to produce policy leaders in the information society.
Major Education and Research Topic
Our education and research focus on theoretical and empirical analyses in the following areas: The first area investigates various issues regarding IT industries and information-based society. The second field includes in-depth empirical methods necessary to evaluate recent public policy issues. The third field covers the general public policy theory and practice. The fourth field includes specific public policy areas such as business-government relations, strategic organizational management, and governance in network society.
Application & Related Industries
Develop capability for analyzing policy and promoting understanding of policies
Promote comprehensive understanding of academic fields
Produce talent capable of resolving problems based on theoretical knowledge
Required major courses include: Research Methods, IT Policy, Statistical Analysis, Master Thesis I, Master Thesis II, Doctoral Dissertation I, and Doctoral Dissertation II. Elective major courses include: Introduction to Public Policy, Public Administration Theory, Public Policy Analysis, Topics in Public Policy, Social and Economic Policy, Strategic Organizational Management, Network and Society, Qualitative Research Methods, Public Information Society, Regulation Policy and Politics, Organizational Behavior and Leadership, Technology, Industry and Public Policy, Public Evaluation, Nonprofit Sectors, Advanced Statistical Analysis, Microeconomics, Case Studies in Public Policy, Business-Government Relations, Human Resources Management, Big Data and Information Society, Knowledge Management & Decision-Making, Information Resource Management and Architecture, Public Economics, Comparative Policy Studies, Negotiation and Conflict Management, Cyber Politics, and e-Government