The education and research purposes of the College of Community Studies are to provide education that can develop the basic knowledge and practical abilities needed to form a regional society and community, as well as to widely contribute to the development of society and community development through conducting research related to community formation, which is the foundation for regional development.
Students can combine different subjects they want to learn across a variety of areas including public official, corporation, regional industry, sport and tourism. In addition, by acquiring universal basic knowledge of the 4 fields of [Sociology], [Economics], [Jurisprudence], and [Policy Study], the students can develop "the fundamental ability to detect and resolve problems", an ability that is required as a member of society. Our students will accurately grasp their target assignments through marketing and social research (Sociology), refer to relevant economic insights (Economics) and laws (Jurisprudence) and eventually formulate policies for solutions (Policy Study). They will cultivate their social skills to analyze problems and find solutions from a broad perspective, as well as provide policy proposals and creation of value no matter what kind of project they are involved in.