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Arts & Culture Design

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Following the educational objective to cultivate human resources with integrated-design thinking skills

The Department of Arts & Culture Design aims to train creative leaders can successfully promote the convergence of the art, culture, and design fields.

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Design convergence for leaders in the field

Students learn about the global flow of art, culture, and design and to explore future trends and value.

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Cultivating design experts to be future leaders of the field

Program to systematically develop the design planning and communication
skills of future professionals as leaders in the design field

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From the basics to advanced knowledge of formative arts for future experts

Promoting formative art and creative skills for future art and design experts

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Specialized Major Connected with Degree

  • Design Planning

    Aiming to systematically cultivate the design planning and communication skills in students as future design leaders who are properly equipped to succeed in their respective fields of expertise




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    • Design Planning
    • Design Research Method
    • Brand Strategy and Design
    • Design Management
    • Design and Marketing
    • New Product and New Business Marketing (marketing 1)
  • Culture & Tourism Design

    A theory-centered focusing on in design convergence for non-majors to produce future leaders as CEOs, design managers, and public servants in the field of culture and tourism in the global era



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    • Art Culture Design Exploration
    • Design History
    • Feng shui and Living Space
    • Eroticism and Design
    • Design and Culture
    • Photography and Travel
    • Tourism Resource Theory
  • Fine Arts

    Students explore the fields of art, crafts, and design to their cultivate creative and formative skills while they learn to understand the characteristics and flow of fine arts by studying basic sculpture, art, design, history, psychology, and new works of the formative arts

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    • Basic Design Sculpture
    • Living Craft Design
    • Home Decoration
    • Painting and Molding
    • Drawing
    • Space Production and Experience
    • Understanding and Appreciation of Art 1

Educational Objective and Concept of Talent

The educational objective of the Department of Arts & Culture Design is to train creative leaders who who can successfully promote the convergence of art, culture, and design. The program seeks to foster insight in students by exposing them to by experiences involving culture, arts, design around the world. Students of the department have opportunities to, explore creative the formative arts, and cultivate planning and communication skills in order to become potential leaders in the fields of the formative arts, cultural exploration, and design planning.

Major Prospects and Career Paths

  • Design Convergence Field

    Professional manager, public official, culture and arts organization/administrator, content and new media planner, engineer, developer, social enterprise entrepreneur, etc.

  • Design planning / management / consulting

    Design companies for architectural firms, architecture, space design, public design, interior design, graphic design, game design, UX design, interaction design, web/app design, advertisement design, mutimedia design, fashion design, etc. and design consulting companies, design Entrepreneurships, etc.

  • Formative arts

    Formative artist, illustrator, media artists character designer, fine artist, craftsman, critic, displayer, exhibition planner, curator, colorist, cultural content developer, art educator, etc.

The Department of Digital Design and the Department of Space Design were established in 2002·2003 and then combined, reorganized, and launched as the Division of Design in 2011. Subsequently, the division introduced as its educational objective, 'Creating New Design Value through Re-education' and 'Training Talented ProfessionalsPeople who possessith Integrated Design Thinking Skills'

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World's best and largest 5 departments in Division of Design and 16 design majors
Education level recognized by oneself and others / Top class teaching staff / Most offline classes / 1:1 direct guidance / Most Courses
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History of Division of Design

'Customized' education / Practitioners, beginners, transfer students, freshmen
Consumer-centered selective curriculum > Practical Education Program > Offline special lectures by major > Practical skills improvement program for inexperienced people
Systematic design planning education
The only graduate school of design / Design Planning + Convergence Major / HYCU, the only cyber graduate school of design

Alumni Testimonies

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Park Hyun-joo

Graduate in 2011

2008. 02 Entered Department of Digital Design,Hanyang Cyber University
2011. 02 Early graduation from Department of Digital Design, Hanyang Cyber University
2011. 03 Transferred, Department of Design, Hongik University
Hello, I’m Hyun-Joo Park and I entered the Division of Design at Hanyang Cyber University in 2008. To me, Hanyang Cyber University is a really meaningful and precious place. At the time of my admission, I was a little nervous but then I remembered I heard HYCU has a better mentoring system than other cyber universities. So I finished my first semester with a mentor and didn’t have any problems. There are many opportunities for you to learn face to face through offline practice, special lectures, drawing clubs, and photo-taking clubs, so you can meet others and not feel like you are studying alone. I studied hard for three years without a break in order to graduate early, which I did in February 2011. I then transferred to Hongik University and I’m going to be a senior. When I look back at my 3 years at Hanyang Cyber University, I feel proud because I gained a lot of valuable experiences.
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Lim Soo-min

Graduate in 2013

2009. 02 Entered Department of Digital Design, Hanyang Cyber University
2013. 02 Graduated, Department of Digital Design, Hanyang Cyber University
2017. 03 Entered Design Planning, Graduate School, Hanyang Cyber University
My name is Soo-Min Lim and I started at HYCU’s Division of Design in 2009 at the late age of 33. My biggest reason for choosing Hanyang Cyber University was because of the special lectures offline by professors. Although it is a cyber university, there are a lot of practice and communication opportunities between students and professors at the many offline special lectures and undergraduate events. Since there are many juniors and seniors who are active in the field, I was able to get a lot of help by forming personal connections. More than anything else, the graduation exhibition, which is the culmination of four years of studying, was a great experience. HYCU is a school where you gain as much as you actively give, through participation. Wanting to take another step toward learning more, I entered the Design Planning Graduate School of Hanyang Cyber University in 2017. I am thankful to all the professors of the Division of Design for helping me to continue to develop.
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Kim Kuk-hwan

Graduate in 2007

2003. 02 Entered Department of Space Design, Hanyang Cyber University
2007. 02 Graduated, Department of Space Design, Hanyang Cyber University
Currently, I am running an atelier office called Kima Partners, which embraces the entire field of architecture and interior architecture and is specialized in design. Hanyang Cyber University was a new opportunity and challenge for me at a time when I was in desperate need of a career because I couldn't go to college after completing my military duty during economic crisis in the late 1990s. I am currently designing with the concept of space without distinguishing between the areas of architectural design and interior architectural design. I developed this approach as a result of being influenced by my professors, so I understand architecture as a whole and the comprehensive concept of space, which I can explain to my clients. My education at HYCU helped me to create my own world of architecture. In addition, the teaching method of Hanyang Cyber University, which is strengthened by offline activities, can help bring about new ideas of those who are determined to succeed. HYCU is a great place for anyone who wants to study. It is also a place to meet a variety of people to network with or befriend. Considering the development potential of the Division of Design at Hanyang Cyber University, I believe it is an ideal school for those who dream of becoming design leaders
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Sin Hyo-yeon

Graduate in 2015

2003. 02 Entered Department of Space Design, Hanyang Cyber University
2007. 02 Graduated, Department of Space Design, Hanyang Cyber University
“A picture drawn on the canvas of mind will become reality someday” HYCU is where you can make your dreams come true! My name is HyoYeon Shin and I entered the Division of Design in 2011. My major is Design Planning. At the moment, I am in charge of teaching brand package design, wrapping design to freelancers, and practical training for companies, all while I am a studying in graduate school. While studying distribution, I acquired a variety of knowledge about management, marketing, and logistics, but above all, I felt I learned the most from the area of design. When choosing a school to attend, I found that the Division of Design at had a unique, high-level curriculum with impressive faculty, and programs to produce creative designers. Thus, I was excited at the thought of learning about the design field more systematically. Also, at HYCU, you pay much less than offline university but still learn a lot. I was pleasantly surprised about this. I still recall the first time I attended an offline special lecture; it was enjoyable and the several hours seemed to have passed too quickly! The enthusiasm of the professors were great and I have a lot of respect for them.
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