Graduate School of Business Administration
The EMBA is the most innovative part-time MBA program in Korea, helping business people and executives to master the skills to become international leaders. Globalization, leadership and innovation are the mission keywords of the EMBA program. This MBA degree can be earned by attending campus twice a week over a 2-year period.
SKK GSB(Graduate School of Business)
SKK Graduate School of Business (SKK GSB) is the first business school in Korea which offers a globalized MBA program.Since 2012, Financial Times Global MBA Rankings has placed SKK GSB as the No.1 MBA program in Korea. SKK GSB is recognized for its dual degree programs with top business schools in the world.
Graduate School of Governance
Graduate School of Governance cultivates future leaders to take initiative in the era of governance where governmnet, citizen, and market collaborate. It functions as Think Tank which suggests the direction of Korea's public administration and strategic alternatives through academin and intergrative role of "Governance research institute". It promotes the change in the society through participation and voluntary services along with rich experience in the education research.
Graduate School of Technology Management
The overall goal of MOT is to produce MOT engineers and leaders in the industries. To meet this goal, we provide faculties in a broad spectrum of areas such as Technology Commercialization, Technology Licensing, Technology Accounting, Technology Financing, Global Technology Exchange Management, New Product Development, Technology Marketing and etc.
Graduate School of China
SKK GSC offers specialized education to incubate China business leaders and the curriculum is subdivided by fields : China Finance, China Marketing and China Strategy & Entrepreneurship. Building on the strong foundation of business core courses, students can opt for Finance, Marketing or Strategy & Entrepreneurship by taking elective courses. SKK GSC offers diverse selection of elective courses that enable students to uniquely define their educational and career objectives.
School of Law
Graduate School of Water Resources
The world water industry market is 2 times bigger than the market of semiconductor and shipbuilding as of 2010, and is expected to be growing continuously and to become the market of 1,000 billion dollars in 2025. Cultivation of professional manpower capable of coping with the growth of water industry and the change of paradigm is necessary to preoccupy the era of water in the future. For this reason, the first graduate school specialized in the field of water resources has been established in Sungkyunkwan University. The entrance quota is 20 persons of master’s course, 10 persons of doctor’s course and total 30 persons.