Professional certifications can greatly affect students’ career path after graduation.
This section introduces some of the professional certifications that students can earn, in addition to exams students can take, by studying in and graduating from the Faculty of Economics.
Students who complete classes related to social welfare (three or more classes from among those stipulated in the Social Welfare Act, Article 19, Clause 1) are eligible for appointment as a social welfare officer. This certification enables the recipient to be hired as a caseworker or a municipal government employee at a welfare center. Additionally, recipients can be appointed as a child welfare officer after acquiring on-the-job experience.
Teaching licenses can be earned by fulfilling graduation requirements, in addition to completing required course credits in education-related classes (covering pedagogy and the subject that the teacher will specialize in) stipulated in the Licensing Act, Article 66, Clause 6.
Students are eligible to take the exam after earning three years or more of designated undergraduate course credits.
Students Are Eligible to Take the Exam After Completing Undergraduate General Education Courses.
The above certification exams do not have eligibility restrictions and can be acquired at any time.
Designation as a public service personnel worker is not an official certification although significant preparation is required before taking the exam for this occupation.
Interested students are advised to take the Public Service Personnel Preparation Course (administered by the Career Support Center)