Introduction of CNU

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Introduction of CNU

General Information

As of April 1, 2017
Founded in 1952
16 Colleges, Graduate School: 5 Professional Graduate Schools and 5 Special Graduate Schools
1,185 full-time faculty members
27,687 undergraduate students and 5,609 graduate students

Colleges & Schools

As of April 1, 2017
16 Colleges with 83 Departments for Undergraduates Nursing, Business Administration, Engineering, Engineering Science, Agriculture and Life Sciences, Culture and Social Sciences, Law, Education, Social Sciences, Human Ecology, Fisheries and Ocean Sciences, Veterinary Medicine, Pharmacy, Arts, Medicine, Humanities, Natural Sciences
Graduate School, Master's Program: 122 Programs Doctoral Program: 112 Programs
5 Professional Graduate Schools: Business, Culture, Law, Medical, Dental
5 Special Graduate Schools: Education, Industry and Technology, Industry-University Cooperation, Fisheries and Ocean Sciences, Public Policy

Faculty

As of April 1, 2017
Number of Faculty: 1,185
Professors: 879
Associate Professors: 179
Assistant Professors: 127
Fund Professors: 74

Students

As of April 1, 2017
Number of Students: 33,296
Undergraduate Students: 27,687
Graduate Students: 5,609

Degrees Conferred Since 1952

Bachelor's degrees conferred: 153,876
Master's degrees conferred: 29,907
Doctoral degrees conferred: 6,826
Honorary bachelor's degrees conferred: 28
Honorary doctoral degrees conferred: 64

University Budget

Budget for 2014, Unit: million KRW
Government Grant: 155,955
School Support Fee: 112,939
Research Grant: 113,494
Donations: 113