By teaching both art crafts and practical crafts, our educational mission is to yield professional designers and producers who contribute to the advancement of industries and crafts culture. Along with theoretical education, a 700-pyong work room boasting the latest equipment is available to students to practice and work in. We foster talented students who demonstrate an understanding of aesthetics and practicality through courses on traditional crafts and design classes for students to practice their skills. Freshman and sophomore classes cover introductory topics and practice courses for plane modeling, cubic modeling and basic design. Meanwhile junior and senior year classes cover more advanced topics such as texture, dyeing, metal expression and ornament modeling, etc.
Graduates can pursue careers as professional designers at private companies, run their own shops, become full-time artists or take part in interior design, etc. Career options are expanding everyday while some choose to become traditional craftsmen (human cultural assets) or secondary school teachers, etc.