Dong-A University is a major private university in Korea. The university's campuses are based in Greater Busan, the second-largest city in South Korea. About 19,000 students are enrolled. The president of the university is Cho Kyoo-hyang.
The school's comprehensive undergraduate programs are provided through twelve faculties, covering various fields from Physical Education, Natural Sciences, and Engineering to Social Sciences, Law, and Medicine. In addition to a general graduate school, there are also eight specialized graduate schools: Northeast Asian Studies, Business Administration, Education, Industry, Mass Communications, Policy Sciences, Law and Police, and Arts. The undergraduate and graduate academic programmes in archaeology, offered through the Department of Archaeology and Art History and the Dong-A University Museum, are among the most well known in Korea.