Dept. of RehabilitationGraduate School
- Tel : 82-31-379-0138
- Room : 2108
The Graduate School of Rehabilitation was established in response to the recently growing interest in and demand in Korean society for rehabilitation and treatment for the disabled through creative and systematic academic research. We aim to foster specialists that play a leading role in developing programs and services that can be used effectively in the field of rehabilitation and psychological counseling for people with disabilities, and educating and practicing professionals. In addition, we educate socially responsible leaders who support the lives of people with disabilities, elderly people, and families through specialized research on policy and systems in the field of human services for the disabled.
Our goal is to ensure ‘full participation and equality’ of disabled people who have been marginalized in our society, and to provide a society in which people with disabilities can live a normal life in the same conditions and environments as the disabled by improving the quality of rehabilitation services in Korea.
Focuses on training field experts who will work competently in the field of disability policy and service and to provide master's level professional maintenance education with balanced theory and practice for field engineers to enhance the quality of professional workforce and enhance service capability.
It consists of two majors, disability policy and services, and developmental psychology and developmental psychopathology, which are each designed to cultivate highly qualified professionals taking leading roles in diverse areas such as policy, programs and services, research, and education. Highly skilled specialists with PhD degrees are expected to elevate standards and quality across relevant academic fields by taking the forefront on policies related to the disabled, programs and services, research on approaches to psychotherapy, and education. Ultimately, they will contribute to addressing issues related to the disabled.