Korea Polytechnic VII Busan

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Busan Polytechnic College
TypePrivate
Established1995
PresidentJo Yong-ho
Students920
Location,
Websitehttp://www.bpc.ac.kr
Korea Polytechnic VII Busan
Hangul
부산기능대학
Hanja
釜山機能大學
Revised RomanizationBusan Gineung Daehak
McCune–ReischauerPusan Kinŭng Taehak

Busan Polytechnic College, formerly Busan IT Polytechnic College, is a private two-year technical college in southeastern South Korea. The campus is situated in the Buk-gu district of Busan Metropolitan City. The school's current president is Jo Yong-ho (조용호). The official maximum enrollment is 920, of whom 200 may be enrolled in evening classes.

Academic departments[edit]

As a polytechnic college, the school's academics focus heavily on industrial and technological training. There are currently six academic departments

  • Computer Assisted Design
  • Applied Computer Modelling
  • Electronic Instrumentation
  • Mechatronics
  • Automotive Electronics
  • Information Communications Systems

History[edit]

The college opened its doors on March 8, 1995. The first president was Kim Byeong-gi (김병기). At the time it was known by the same name as today, Busan Polytechnic College. In 2002, the name was altered to Busan IT Polytechnic College (부산 디지털 정보 기능대학). The name was finally changed back to the current version in 2003.

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