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Jewelry Design &Business

“Foster jewelry professionals with an international mindset”

Dean’s message

“I, Park Hui-yul from the Department of Jewelry Design and Business, value the connection between jewelry and people.”
The newly changing Department of Jewelry Design and Business aims to foster jewelry professionals with an international mindset with its excellent faculty and systematic curriculum.
We at the Department of Jewelry Design and Business hope you will fulfill your dreams of being a leader in the global jewelry industry as well as in the domestic market by taking advantage of the specialty and expertise of our department.

- Park Hui-yul Dean of the Department of Jewelry Design and Business

Distinctive features

To equip students with abilities encompassing all areas of the jewelry business including jewelry appraisal, gem identification, gem craftsmanship, jewelry design, jewelry marketing, jewelry CAD, and jewelry coordinator, the Department of Jewelry Design and Business provides a systematic curriculum and aims to foster jewelry and precious metal professionals with an international mindset.

Educational
purposes

  • Cultivating the abilities necessary forinternational jewelry professionals
  • Improving scientificand artistic creativity
  • Enhancing actual, practical work ability
  • Test incubation of practical skills
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1st semester

2nd semester

1
  • Gemology 1
  • Gem Grading (Diamond) 1
  • Colored Gemstone Identification
  • Jewelry Business Chinese
  • Gemology 2
  • Gem Grading (Diamond) 2
  • Theory of Modern Jewelry
  • Marketing *
2
  • Jewelry Design 1
  • Rendering
  • Gem Grading Device
  • Science of Gem Processing
  • Jewelry Design 2
  • Gem Synthesis Methods
  • Colored Gem Value Evaluation
  • Diamond Cutting
3-4
  • Jewelry CAD 1
  • Jewelry Marketing Strategy
  • Gem Materials
  • Diamond Supply
  • Manufacturing of Precious Metal 1
  •  Chromatics *
  • Jewelry CAD 2
  • Pearl Master
  • Jewelry Coordinator
  • Jewelry Dealer
  • Manufacturing of Precious Metal 2
  • Jewelry Business Review

Related certificates

  • National
    certifications

    Gemologist, Craftsman Lapidary, Craftsman Precious Metal Processing, Industrial Engineer Precious Metal Processing, and Master Craftsman Precious Metal Processing

  • Private
    certifications

    Jewelry Master and Jewelry Coordinator

  • Others

    Master Valuer International Jewelry Appraisal Program (MV), Gemological Institute of America (GIA), and Japan Pearl Instruction (JPI)

Careers after graduation

Graduates can pursue their dreams in various areas including diamond appraisal, colored gemstone identification, gem synthesis, gemstone processing, jewelry and precious metal manufacturing, precious metal-related companies, jewelry and precious metal appraisal companies, jewelry designers, international jewelry dealers, merchandizers, shop masters, freelancers, public companies, and graduate schools.

Department activities

Graduation exhibitions

Graduation exhibitions

Regular department meetings

Regular department meetings

Practices

Practices