Title A Study on the Urban Regeneration Experts Training Program
Authors 이진미(Lee, Jin-Mi)
DOI https://doi.org/10.5659/JAIK.2023.39.1.3
Page pp.3-12
ISSN 2733-6247
Keywords Architecture University; Graduate School of Architecture; Collaboration Program; Interdisciplinary Program; Urban Regeneration; Urban Regeneration Expert; Key Task Analysis; Curriculum Analysis
Abstract In recognizing the shortage of professionals to support the rapidly increasing urban regeneration-related projects such as the Urban Regeneration New Deal project, the government initiated a university supporting scheme for the continuous and systematic nurturing of Urban Regeneration Experts. In order to provide preliminary research materials for establishing a sustainable urban regeneration expert education system, this study aims to uncover the background of these university-led degree programs along with the existing urban regeneration specialized education program, research course details at six selected universities, examine the curriculum operated by each educational organization and analyze how it differs from the urban regeneration-related degree programs at overseas universities. The study revealed that the educational organizations and curriculum of these six universities were generally similar, regional specialization was not prominent despite their goal of providing regionally specialized course that perform as regional base education associations. Since the similarity of the curriculum has the potential to intensify in the future due to the isomorphism phenomenon, special attention should be given with potential methods to not harm the diversity of research while supporting programs that involve CPD (Continuing Professional Development).