|Course Name||Credit||Course Description|
|2Credit||Communication in English is an integrated, two-credit course designed to improve students’ listening, speaking, writing and reading skills at the basic level.
Students will develop the aural and oral competencies that are essential to successfully communicating in an academic environment.
It also serves as preparation for English skills for Career Development.
|2Credit||English skills for Career Development is an integrated speaking, listening, reading and writing course with a primary focus on speaking skills.
This course includes the study of (1) speaking skills for basic communication (2) listening skills for comprehension (3) reading strategies to enhance reading fluency, and (4) writing skills to organize a cohesive paragraph.
|KOREAN WRITING||2Credit||WRITING is a way of self-expression and an important tool of social communication to interact with others.
This course is composed of lessons for understanding academic writing principles and actual writing training.
Through this course, students will learn foundational knowledge and cultivate professional writing skills that will support their intellectual research
|2Credit||Based on the understanding, analyzing and evaluating of various field-specific texts while expressing and discussing one's own opinions is this course to develop creative thinking and communicating skills with the sense of balancing.|
|2Credit||ACCOUNTING AND SOCIETY is a two-credit course designed to introduce students to the principles and practice of basic accounting concepts.
The course consists of two hours of classroom study per week.
This course introduces the study of financial accounting concepts and then introduces the study of managerial accounting concepts.
The course stresses the use of financial accounting information for decision making and the role of managerial accounting in a business environment.
The objective of the course is to help students develop skills in solving problems through effective analysis of information and communicating this information in a business setting.
COMMUNICATION & TEAMWORK
|2Credit||This class is based on education principal of Learning by Doing, to raise creative person of Da Vinci type, with creativity competence and integral major knowledge. This study is derived from a process, results from communication, method and process of decision making, and process of applying confliction management, which drew by a process to solve the Team Learning in the reality.|
|Korean History||2Credit||This course introduces students to a history of Korea, not as an isolated national history but as a particular regional history within the context of a broader world history. It aims at understanding Korea’s uniqueness objectively in a framework of general trends and developments occurring regionally. Lectures will consist of four main sections. In the first section, we will study Korean historiography in order to lay the foundation for understanding the basics of Korean history. The course will offer critiques of the existing Korean historiography and present alternatives centered on an integrated nation state. The second section will highlight several important issues of the pre-modern society covering ancient, Goryeo, and early and late Chosun periods. The third section will examine the process of modern nation building, the realities of Japan’s colonial rule, and the national movement resisting colonial rule. The fourth section aims at understanding the background of the division of Koreas following liberation, the realities of Korean society before and after the Korean War, and the subsequent process of industrialization and democratization in a movement toward an integrated history of Korea.|