Learning to Know
|Course Name||Credit||Course Description|
|CONTRACT AND LAW||3Credit||The contents of this subject is to explain in plain terms about elemaentary legal problems of civil contract(meaning of contract, formation of contract, withdrawal of contract, important typical contracts for example sales, lease etc.)|
|3Credit||The course covers a range of subjects such as the nature of tense relations between the governmental powers and individual liberties, how to resolve it, and how the constitution works.|
|COMPANY AND LAW||2Credit||CORPORATION AND LAW is designed to impart knowledge to students about corporation-related law. The course consists of two hours of classroom study per week. In this course, students will participate in debate and analyze corporation-related law. A variety of topics dealing with corporations, social problems, and of academic interest will be presented and discussed to improve students’ knowledge about corporation-related law. Also, by giving specific examples, the course will help students to increase their understanding about corporation-related law. This goal will be achieved through active participation of students.|
|LANGUAGE OF THE GERMAN IN FIRST CLASS||3Credit||In order to cultivate the capability of conversation and general understanding of the German language, we will pursue an understanding of diverse refined sentences in the living German language. This class aims to teach the basic ability to have daily conversation in the German language. In our class, we will have an introduction of the way to come to a mutual understanding, and then we will exercise the way to correspond with other people. In addition, ways to learn about vocabulary, structure and grammar frequently used for daily conversation will be presented. To cultivate the effective ability of mutual understanding in the German language, we will apply multimedia materials to acquire basic knowledge about German culture.|
|RUSSIAN LANGUAGE||3Credit||This class is for beginning students who have no previous knowledge of the Russian language and wish to study Russian as a second foreign language. This course is designed for students to learn practical language and general knowledge about Russian with particular emphasis on oral communication. From the outset students will speak as much Russian in the class as possible. This class provides dialogue models to illustrate grammar in everyday situations along with modern Russian popular songs, excerpts from famous Russian films and other audio-visual materials. It offers an expansion of cultural knowledge, as well as language learning, by focusing on the development of functional communication|
|FRENCH CLASS||3Credit||The objective of this course consists of learning elementary grammar knowledge and practical expressions of standard French. This course is designed for beginners who have not learned French. As language learning is bound to refer to contemporary life and culture, the program covers matters related to civilization. In addition, a sensitization to the difference between written and oral French is included. Activities will help students exercise the skills they learn.|
|ELEMENTARY SPANISH||3Credit||ELEMENTARY SPANISH is a basic level three-credit course designed for beginning Spanish learners. The course consists of three hours of intensive classroom study per week and extra homework of vocabulary building and dialogue practice focused upon the basic language skills: reading, speaking and writing. Upon completion of this course, the student will have covered sufficient materials to pronounce and hold a basic conversation dealing with acquired expressions. Moreover, in this class students will gain a greater awareness and understanding of the culture of the Spanish-speaking world. Finally the course is expected to motivate students to continuously study to meet their future needs.|
|LANGUAGE OF THE JAPAN||3Credit||This course is for easy and fun Japanese learning for beginners. After this course, students will be able to pronounce basic Japanese words and communicate with Japanese native speakers more comfortably. In the early stage of the lecture, students will learn flexible conversation skills to use easily.|
|CHINESE LANGUAGE||3Credit||This course is for cultivating basic reading, listening and speaking in the Chinese language. Students will learn, translate and understand basic grammar, words and sentences.|
|CRIME AND PUNISHMENT||3Credit||This course is focused on reviewing overall structure of crime and punishment through various case studies.|
|LINEAR ALGEBRA||2Credit||LINEAR ALGEBRA provides basic theories and fundamental languages in all areas of sciences, engineering, and the social sciences. In other words, it may be considered as one of the important subjects to learn. In this course we cover the subjects of linear algebra such as vector spaces, linear transformations, matrices and matrix equations, and inner product space. This course will help students to apply these theories to the various areas in modern science.|
|RIGHT OF OWNERSHIP|
|3Credit||The contents of this subject is to explain in plain terms about elemaentary legal problems of the ownership of property.|
|PRACTICAL CHINESE CHARACTER||2Credit||Due to the historicity of Chinese characters utilized commonly in East Asia, more than 70% of the Korean language is consisted of Chinese characters. The primary purpose of this class is to acquire the basic Chinese characters and vocabulary and to figure out the structure and meaning of Sino-Korean words through exploring the process of creation and change of Chinese characters. Particularly, this class intends to help students to prepare the Chinese character qualification test level 3.|
|HISTORY OF MEDICINE||3Credit||The main objective of this course is to provide common knowledge about medicine. In developing this class, there are four goals in mind:
① To provide a clear introduction to the basic rules of medicine.
② To provide an understanding of the history of medicine and humans.
③ To provide an understanding of the concepts of medicine.
④ To provide knowledge about how to maintain personal health.
|HUMANS AND MICROBES||3Credit||Microbes are essential to our lives. Many diseases are caused by microbes, but we also obtain a lot of benefits from microbes. Microbes will surely solve worldwide problems such as global worming, the energy crisis, and famine. In this course, a comprehensive overview of microorganisms will be presented, with general examples that we can experience during our life time. Topics include interesting stories about bacteria, viruses, and fungi related to human life. This course is designed to introduce undergraduate students who may not have taken any microbiology course previously to basic microbiology and lead them to an understanding of the role of microorganisms in our general lives.|
|1Credit||All theories in physics are proven through experiments. General Physics Experiment (1) includes experiments that illustrate the principles and concepts taught in the course of General Physics (1). The subjects included are motion of particles, force and motion, work and energy, momentum, rotational mechanics, vibrational motions, and mechanical waves. Upon completion of these subjects, the students will be able to obtain an understanding of fundamental concepts and laws as formulated by Newton mechanics. Also, in addition to systematic measurement procedures and data recording, strong emphasis is placed on processing the data, preparation and interpretation of graphical presentations, and analysis of precision and accuracy, including determination and interpretation of best value, measures of error and uncertainty, and identification of systematic and random errors. Preparation of high-quality experiment reports is also emphasized.|
|1Credit||GENERAL PHYSICS EXPERIMENT (2) provides experience in experimentation and observation of the concepts of electricity and magnetism covered in General Physics (2) course. Principles and uses of additional laboratory instruments including the galbanometer, amperemeter, voltmeter, DC/AC power supplier, solenoid coil, and relevant electric circuits are introduced. Proper analysis of data and errors, and quality of experiment reports are also emphasized.|
|GENERAL PHYSICS(1)||2Credit||Physics is a natural science that involves the study of motion, interactions, and transformations of matter and energy within the framework of space-time. This General Physics (1) course is a study of the basic concepts of physics including vector algebra, motion, and Newton’s laws of motion, energy, linear momentum, angular momentum, gravity, simple harmonic motion, waves and thermodynamics. In order to define and utilize the physical concepts there is a certain amount of mathematics that is needed. The description of particle trajectories, collisions, and the motion of waves, for example, requires the use of algebraic equations, geometrical reasoning, trigonometric functions, vector analysis, and the calculus concepts of limit and integral. This course is basically designed to provide the foundation for many other science and engineering studies.|
|GENERAL PHYSICS(2)||2Credit||GENERAL PHYSICS (2) is the second semester fundamental physics course as a continuation of GENERAL PHYSICS (1). Topics discussed include charge, electric field, current, electric circuit, magnetism, magnetic induction, and electromagnetic waves. Brief concepts on elementary modern physics including light, quantum mechanics, and atomic structure of matters are also introduced. Like the first semester course, this course is designed to provide the foundation for various science and engineering students not majoring in physics.|
|GENERAL BIOLOGY||2Credit||This course aims to promote students’ understanding of biological phenomenon and theory, and to help their acquisition of an approach and application for basic biological information. The course is a two-credit class consisting of two hours per week. Students can practice what they have learned from the General Biology class in the experiment class, which will be of great help in their understanding the subjects. In addition, students will have an opportunity to better understand extensive knowledge about phenomena in life science chemically, cytologically, molecular biologically through audio and visual aids. This class will also help students who wish to take extensive biological courses by offering a general and special life science introduction.|
|GENERAL BIOLOGY LAB||1Credit||This course is aimed at promoting the knowledge about biology that students have learned in General Biology class by doing relevant experiments. This course is a one-credit class that consists of 2 hours per week. The class entirely involves doing experiments and holding discussions between the students and professor. After each class, students are required to submit a report. In the process, it is expected that students will improve their scientific thinking skills and research skills. In addition, the course will also be useful in determining natural phenomena that happen in everyday life through basic theories of life science.|
|GENERAL CHEMISTRY(1)||2Credit||Chemistry is a subject that cannot be learned by casual reading or memorization, but must be learned by learning the thought processes behind the various lines of reasoning. This lecture will introduce the basic principles about chemicals, and provide logical connections between advanced fields of chemistry to practice solving problems.|
|GENERAL CHEMISTRY(2)||2Credit||Chemistry is a subject that cannot be learned by casual reading or memorization, but must be learned by learning the thought processes behind the various lines of reasoning. This lecture will introduce the basic principle about chemicals, and provide logical connections between advanced fields of chemistry to practice solving problems.|
|GENERAL CHEMISTRY AND EXPERIMENTS(1)||1Credit||GENERAL CHEMISTRY LABORATORY (1) is a course designed to improve an advanced introductory laboratory emphasizing the fundamental quantitative and physical principles of general chemistry together with data analysis. General Chemistry Laboratory 1 is a one-credit course and consists of two hours per week. In this course, students will participate in various experiments on techniques of glassblowing, determination of melting points, the solubility and fractional crystallization, molecular weight determination of volatile liquids by vapor density measurement, Graham's law of effusion and Le Chatelier's principle, acid Base titration, a redox titration, water hardness by EDTA titration, manufacture of soap, synthesize of potassium aluminum sulfate, and reactions of alcohol.|
|GENERAL CHEMISTRY AND EXPERIMENTS(2)||1Credit||GENERAL CHEMISTRY LABORATORY (2) is a course designed to illustrate fundamental principles of chemical science through hands-on experience with chemical phenomena and to improve qualitative and quantitative analysis. GENERAL CHEMISTRY LABORATORY (2) is a one-credit course and consists of two hours per week. In this course, students will participate in various experiments on clock reaction, determination of the solubility product constant, determination of equilibrium constants, synthesis of ferric sulfate, synthesis of tetramine Copper(II) sulfate, thin-layer chromatography, extraction and isolation of caffeine, synthesis of aspirin, qualitative analysis of cations, and qualitative analysis of anions.|
|CREATIVE CONVERGENCE AND FUTURE PLANS||1Credit||This subject consists of field programs for students to improve leadership skill and interdisciplinary education of literature, philosophy, history and engineering in order to foster future talents of creation and convergence. Providing Leadership in education and research that combines technology and fine arts to create new processes, tools, and vision for storytelling and entertainment.|
|3Credit||Examine last term of North and South relation focused on the South-North dialogue and agreement. In addition, examine the unity of legal aspect divided into two parts, domestic legal(especially constitution and InterKorean Exchange and Cooperation)and international legal(ceasefire agreement, NPT, six-party talks agreement, the Charter of the United Nations).|
|WORLD OF SINO-KOREAN LETTER||3Credit||Chinese characters are an important part of the Korean language. The study of Chinese characters allows students to improve their everyday language skills and enriches Korean culture. So this course is designed to develop students’ ability to use Korean vocabulary and understand the wisdom of history through the acquisition of Chinese characters. To do this, studying basic Chinese characters according to their specialty will be encouraged. This class does not aim at studying just how to memorize the characters, but to understand their origin and provenance as well. Students will also read very famous sentences and traditional maxims, which will enable them to understand lessons and reasons for life, and to express their ideologies and emotions very well.|
|2Credit||This class is orientation about problems about rights of Korean society. After World War 2, Korea is the only country that achieved democratization, economy growth, protection of right at the same time. Nevertheless, Korea society has problem to be called ‘Human Rights developed country’.
|3Credit||This class introduces issues among Constitution, the Labor Standards Law, Labor Union and Labor Relations Adjustment Act, which frequently become a problem in work life, to students who don’t majoring in Law. Moreover it offers the information about laborer’s human rights.|
|ENGLISH WRITING(1)||2Credit||ENGLISH WRITING(1) is an integrated, two-credit course designed to provide students with writing experiences by building confidence, fluency, and correctness in their writing, while introducing them to the basic requirements of academic discourse. The course consists of 2 hours of classroom study per week, plus several extra hours of weekly homework assignments in various reading and writing exercises. Through attentive study of basic English grammar necessary for improving writing skills and through a variety of classroom activities including braining storming, outlining, organization and editing, students will develop their strategy for various types of writing, which begins with a personal statement, moves to a definition essay, and ends with a summary and response. All lectures and activities in this course will be conducted in English.|
|ENGLISH WRITING(2)||2Credit||ENGLISH WRITING (2) is an integrated, two-credit course designed to improve students’ writing skills and build confidence, fluency, and correctness in their English writing. The course consists of 3 hours of classroom study per week, plus several extra hours of weekly revision process and various writing exercises. Through attentive study of basic English grammar necessary for improving writing skills and through a variety of classroom activities including braining storming, outlining, organization and editing, students will develop their strategy for five-paragraph writing and gain confidence and experience expressing their ideas and opinions in the classroom. All lectures and activities in this course will be conducted in English.|