The Graduate School of Clinical Health Sciences is committed to the education of health professionals. The School's master's degree programs are offered with a strong commitment to provide a positive and nurturing environment for learning and working.
The school prepares and trains students to become internationally competitive professionals in a wide range of specialized healthcare fields. The school offers programs in the three major focal areas: clinical pharmacy, clinical nutrition, and clinical nursing.
|2000.03||Established the Graduate school of Clinical Health Sciences, Appointed Prof. Kil-soo Kim as the first dean, Introduced Programs for Clinical Pharmacy & Clinical Nutrition Science, Introduced Programs for Clinical Nursing.|
|2001.08||Appointed Prof. Kangman Lee as the second dean.|
|2003.08||Appointed Prof. Choonmi Kim as the third dean.|
|2007.02||Appointed Prof. Hye-young Park as the 4th dean.|
|2011.02||Prof. Kyung Lim Lee was appointed the 5th dean|
The aim of education
The main aim of the Graduate School of Clinical Health Sciences is to cultivate human resources equipped with professional knowledge and who are internationally competitive in the fields of public health and welfare.