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Korea National Sport University

Korea National Sport University is a South Korean public university located in the neighborhood of Bangi-dong, Songpa-gu, Seoul. It is the only national sport university of South Korea. Founded in December 1972, it opened its doors in March 1973. The university aims to educate and nurture excellent sportsmen and specialized sports coaches. All students majoring in physical education and sports guidance are required to live in the dormitory, and tuition and entrance fees are waived by the South Korean government.

History
1977~1987
Dec. 30, 1976 Korean National College of Physical Education was established under the Presidential Decree (No. 8322) for establishing national schools.
Mar. 7, 1977 PhD Liu Geun-Seok took office as the first college president.
Mar. 19, 1977 Opened Dept. of Physical Education at 172 Gongleung-dong, Nowon-gu, Seoul.
Sept. 15, 1980 PhD Park Cheol-Bin took office as the second college president.
Mar. 1, 1982 Established a graduate school (Dept. of Physical Education Graduate Program).
Mar. 1, 1983 Established Dept. of Coaching
Sept. 27, 1984 PhD Park Cheol-Bin took office as the third college president.
Aug. 30, 1985 Moved campus from 223-19 Gongleung-dong, Nowon-gu, Seoul to the current location in Oryun-dong. Mar. 1 1987 Established a graduate School (Dept. of Physical Education PhD Program).

1987~1997
Mar. 1, 1988 Established Dept. of Community Sports.
Dec. 2, 1988 PhD Jeong Dong-Gu took office as the fourth president.
Nov. 8, 1990 Established Graduate School of Sports and Leisure Studies (Graduate Program for Dept. of Community Sports)
Mar. 1, 1992 Established Dept. of Sports and Leisure Studies (evening program).
Dec. 2, 1992 PhD Song Suk-Yeong took office as the fifth president.
Mar. 1, 1993 The college's name was changed to the Korean National University of Physical Education under Presidential Decree No. 13854.
Sept. 3, 1993 Established Dept. of Physical Education (evening program)
Mar. 1, 1994 Established Graduate School of Sports and Leisure Studies (Graduate Program of Dept. of Health Management)
Mar. 1, 1995 Established Dept. of Health Management (evening program) and Dept. of Safety Management (evening program).
Jan. 27, 1995 PhD Song Suk-Yeong took office as the first university president.
Mar. 1, 1996 Established Dept. of Dance (evening program) under MOE decree of 12110-2338 (Oct. 4, ‘95) for 20 students (Total Capacity of 2,000) Raised the No. of students to 24 for Graduate Program and PhD Program (Total Capacity of 120 and 54) under MOE Decree 81413-2407 (Oct. 18, ‘95) Raised the No. of students to 20 for Graduate School of Sports and Leisure Studies (Total Capacity of 145)
Dec. 2, 1996 PhD Lee Sang-Cheol took office as the second university president.
Mar. 1, 1997 Expanded the student capacity to 30 for Dept. of Dance (evening program) and 10 for Dept. of Safety Management and Established Dept. of Taekwondo (evening program) with 50 students (Total Capacity of 2,360) under MOE Decree 12110-378 (Oct. 4, ‘96).
Mar. 1, 1997 Expanded Graduate School of Sports and Leisure Studies with new depts. (Dept. of Safety Management and Dept. of Sports Media) under MOE Decree of 81423-408 (Oct. 4, ‘96) and increased freshman capacity by 15 (Total Admission Capacity of 73).

1997~
Mar. 1, 1998 Raised the capacity to 40 for Dept. of Physical Education (evening program), Dept. of Safety Management (evening program), Dept. of Dance (evening program), Dept. of Taekwondo (evening program) and established Department of Youth Guidance and Sport Education (evening program) with 40 students, Dept. of Adapted Physical Education (evening program) with 30 students under MOE Decree of 81413-1284 (Nov. 5, ‘97). Raise the admission capacity of Graduate School of Sports and Leisure Studies (4 departments combined) under MOE Decree of 81413-1194 (Oct. 25, ‘97)
Mar. 1, 1999 Raised the capacity of Dept. of Physical Education (day program) to 200 and closed Dept. of Physical Education (evening program) and Changed the capacity of day and evening programs of Dept. of Community Sports to 60 under MOE Decree 81413-526 (Oct. 19, ‘97). Closed evening program and opened day program for Dept. of Dance, Dept. of Youth Education, and Dept. of Adapted Physical Education
Mar. 1, 2000 Raised the capacity for Dept. of Physical Education PhD Program to 6 under MOE Decree of 45160-309 (Nov. 2, ‘99) (Total Capacity of 25) Raised the capacity for Dept. of Physical Education Graduate Program to 11 (Total Capacity of 75) Established Graduate School of Education (Total Capacity of 60) and graduate programs (Physical Education for Schools, Community Sports, Adapted Physical Education) under MOE Decree of 81413-37 (Nov. 19, ‘99) Established Curriculum on Education for Dept. of Adapted Physical Education under MOE Decree of 81834-159 (2000. 2. 25)
Dec. 2, 2000 Mr. Lee Jeong-Moo took office as the third university president.
Mar. 1, 2001 Raised the capacity for Dept. of Physical Education PhD Program to 3 (Total Capacity of 28) and Dept. of Physical Education Graduate Program to 3 (Total Capacity of 72) under MOE Decree of 81510-772 (Jul. 8, ‘00) Raised the capacity for Dept. of Adapted Physical Education to 40. Reduced the capacity for Dept. of Community Sports (day and evening program) to 55 Restructured subsidiary organizations and facilities under Regulation No. 336 (Aug. 29, '01)
Mar. 1, 2002 Changed Dept. of Adapted Physical Education (Pedagogical Dept.) with total capacity of 30 under MOE Decree of 81840-539 (Sept. 8, ‘01) Raised the capacity for Dept. of Community Sports (day program) to 65
Mar. 1, 2003 Established college system (College of Sports, College of Community Sports, College of Healthy Life) Established Dept. of Liberal Arts Education under Regulation No. 390 (Feb. 6, ‘03)
Oct. 29, 2003 Changed the capacity for colleges under MOE Decree of 81410-1098 (Sept. 16, ‘03) Raised the capacity for College of Community Sports to 120 and reduce that for College of Healthy Life to 120
Dec. 20, 2004 PhD Lee Seung-Kuk took office as the fourth university president. Mar. 1, 2005 Closed evening program and opened day program for Dept. of Taekwondo under MOE HR Policy-1383 (Sept. 9, ‘04) Integrated graduate programs of School Physical Education Major and Community Sports into Physical Education for Schools under MOE Teacher Development-5659 (Oct. 3, ‘04)
Sept. 1, 2005 Established student career center Mar. 1, 2006 Changed College of Healthy Life (Leisure Sports, Health Management, Safety Management) into College of Sports Health and Welfare (Leisure Sports, Health Management, Sports and Healthy Aging) (Established Dept. of Sports and Healthy Aging and closed Dept. of Safety Management) under MOE College Policy-421 (Sept. 23, ‘05) Changed Dept. of Youth Guidance into Dept. of Youth Guidance and Sports Education, College of Sports into Dept. of Physical Education, and College of Dance into Dept. of Dance (Regulation No. 470 (Dec. 20, ‘05))
Jul. 11, 2006 Adjusted total capacity for graduate school under College Policy No. 476 (Jul. 11, ‘06) - Graduate School of Sports and Leisure Studies with 96 (increased by 14) - Graduate School of Education with 46 (decreased by 14) Established Dept. of Taekwondo (Master) in Graduate School of Sports and Leisure Studies under Policy No. 476 (Jul. 11, ‘06)
Mar. 1, 2009 Closed evening program and opened day program for College of Sports Health & Welfare under MOE College Policy-3446 (2008.8.13)
Mar. 13, 2009 Established educational development center for professors. Dec. 1, 2009 PhD Kim Jong-wook took office as the fifth university president. Changed the name of student career counseling center into career development center under College Policy No. 511 (Dec. 1, ‘09)
Jan. 1, 2011 Restructured planning room for subsidiary facilities into planning team for HQ (Dept. of Academic Affairs & Student, Dept. of Planning, Secretariat, Training Center) and integrated Dept. of Academic Affairs and Dept. of Student into Dept. of Academic Affairs & Student under College Policy No. 540 (Sept. 13, ‘10) Changed the name of Social Education Center into Lifetime Education Center
Mar. 1, 2011 Restructure organization (Colleges and departments) under College Policy No. 540 (Sept. 13, ‘10) Established College of Sports Science (Dept. of Physical Education) and College of Community Sports (Regular depts.) Changed College of Community Sports (Community Sports, Youth Guidance & Sports Education) into Dept. of Community Sports & Dept. of Youth Guidance and Sports Education Changed College of Sports Health & welfare (Leisure Sports, Sports Health Management, Sports and Healthy Aging) into Dept. of Leisure Sports, Dept. of Health and Exercise Science, and Dept. of Sports and Healthy Aging.

The following is the list of articles by scholars from Korea National Sport University that are published in OMICS International journals.

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