Department of Languages, Arts, and Culture Management
As the increasingly competitive demands of this disruption era, this department focuses on providing students with creativity and soft skills that are honed through organizations in the fields of arts, sports, debates, and so on. This department’s produces ‘ready-to-use’ graduates in linguistics as interpreter, foreign language staff in industry, public relations staff, business communicators, and foreign language tutors. In the field of tourism, the graduates are prepared to work as staff in the travel agency (tour guides, tourism planners, ticketing staff), hospitality (front office, housekeeping, kitchen, marketing), tourist destinations (staff in the destination office), and event organizer. Then in the archive field, the graduates are ready to become a manager of static and dynamic archives.
DBSMB has 5 Diploma 3 Study Programs, they are:
- Diploma 3 English Study Program
- Diploma 3 Korean Study Program
- Diploma 3 Japanese Study Program
- Diploma 3 Applied Archival Science Study Program
- Diploma 3 Tourism Study Program