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Courses in English

(in Chinese and others)

Fall Semester 2011 (revised)

OFFICE OF GLOCAL COOPERATION

KONKUK UNIVERSITY

Dear exchange students, This list is only designed to give you a picture of what classes are available in foreign languages at Konkuk this semester. This list is current as of 03 August 2011, and changes could have occurred since then. For example, it is possible that some classes included in this list were cancelled, or switched to Korean-taught classes after 03 August 2011. For the most up-to-date details on classes (class time, course plan, syllabus, textbooks, evaluation method etc.), be sure to check http://kupis.konkuk.ac.kr/sugang For technical assistance, read KU HANDBOOK, or visit the Center for International Faculty and Student Services.
[Note]: A b-learning class refers to a class where a professor combines both offline classroom lectures with online materials and activities.

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No. Year

Category

Course No.

Course Name (Korean)

Course Name (English)

Credits

Hours

College/Department (Korean)

College/Department (English)

Time/Classroom

Professor

Language

Course Description

Course Type

Remarks

0217

PRINCIPLES OF MANAGEMENT

3.0

3.0

, , ,

BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION, MANAGEMENT OF TECHNOLOGY, CHINESE COMMERCE AND BUSINESS, INTERNATIONAL BUSINESS

Tue13-18 1500-1800(105)

English

The basic concepts of management principles in the current business environment, the fundamentals of modern business administration are examined from the viewpoint of the cultivation of management ability and the nature of business administration, management planning, management control, leadership, the basic principles of organizing, profit control system, and business units are major topics of the course.

Theory

4724

THEORIES OF GLOBAL BUSINESS STRATEGIES

3.0

3.0

INTERNATIONAL TRADE

Tue13-18 1500-1800(219)

BOROO ZUZAAN

English

Introduces theories related to the emergence of multinational corporations, corporate strategies, and ordinance structures.

Theory

ICI*

4721

INTERNATIONAL COMMERCIAL RELATIONS

3.0

3.0

INTERNATIONAL TRADE

Mon01-03 0900-1030(106) Wed04-06 1030-1200(106)

RODOLFO LEDESMA

English

Identifies characteristic features of Korea's commercial relations with its major trading partners as they are influenced by the ever changing global trading environment. Acquaints students with various aspects of international financing, ranging from the operation of international financial market to the arcane technique of pricing financial assets in the global markets.

Theory

ICI*

4718

INTERNATIONAL CORPORATE FINANCE

3.0

3.0

INTERNATIONAL TRADE

Tue10-12 1330-1500(220) Thu07-09 1200-1330(220)

English

Theory

b-learning

4700

MACROECONOMIC THEORY

3.0

3.0

INTERNATIONAL TRADE

Mon10-12 1330-1500(220), Wed07-09 1200-1330(220)

English

This course deals with the basic concepts of macroeconomic theory, including economic growth and business cycles, and provides an introduction to open economy macroeconomics.

Theory

2261

PRODUCTION & OPERATIONS MANAGEMENT

3.0

3.0

BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION

Tue10-12 1330-1500(204), Thu07-09 1200-1330(204)

English

In every managing activities of not only every business production, but many other nonprofit organizations such as hospital, education, public service etc,. understanding processes and/or systems in a scientific and systematic way is essential to effectively and efficiently make decisions. Issues of operations and/or positioning (system) strategy, capacity planning, location, layout, and scheduling etc., including various innovative techniques and decision making models, are treated in this course. This course is one of core business classes, so every business students are required to apply. Theory and practice of financial accounting underlying the recognition and measurement of operating results of business enterprise in accordance with the generally accepted accounting principles. Induces students to deepen their knowledge on the characteristic features of international marketing, including the development of the discipline and the emergence of multinational corporations.

Theory

4070

INTERMEDIATE ACCOUNTING 2

3.0

3.0

BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION

Mon07-09 0900-1030(205), Wed10-12 1030-1200(205)

English

Theory

4708

INTERNATIONAL MARKETING

3.0

3.0

INTERNATIONAL TRADE

Mon07-09 1200-1330(220), Wed10-12 1330-1500(220)

DENNIS STEPHEN CERVANTES

English

Theory

ICI*

* E xchange students participating in the IC I program must attend at least one of the five classes marked "IC I."

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No. Year

Category

Course No.

Course Name (Korean)

Course Name (English)

Credits

Hours

College/Department (Korean)

College/Department (English)

Time/Classroom

Professor

Language

Course Description
Strategic planning process is designed to fit the organization and environment. And Segmenting, targeting, positioning strategy are examined to copy with the changing environments. Human Resource are the major contributors to organizational effectiveness and performance. Thus, there is an interdisciplinary approach to understanding these concepts and techniques of effective management : recruiting, training, and performance evaluation, motivation, and various incentive systems. This course provides an overview of macroeconomic issues: the determination of output, employment, interest rates, and inflation. Monetary and fiscal policies are discussed. Important current policy debates such as social security, the public debt, and international economic issues are explored. This course provides an overview of macroeconomic issues: the determination of output, employment, interest rates, and inflation. Monetary and fiscal policies are discussed. Important current policy debates such as social security, the public debt, and international economic issues are explored. This course introduces the students to the basic principle of static macroeconomic theory, which focuses on the interrelationships between consumers, producers, government and foreign sector and how these collectively impact on the well being of society. The following topics will be covered in class: the general theory of Keynes, Income-Consumption Theory of Keynes, IS/LM Model, IS/LM Model in the open economy, and aggregated demand and supply fuction model of inflation. This course covers portfolio theories, asset pricing models, the term-structure models, and the behavior of financial institutions and financial markets of various countries including Korea.The course also offers statistical anlysis of financial market behaviours using recently developed time series econometric methods. Each parts cover financial applications, and require real data handling using some softwares. This course requires some prior Knowledge of economic theories. Students are required to read some articles from leading journals and newspapers and find how to apply economic issues. Course requirements include presentations and discussion with the instructor and with other students. This course discusses the issues of existence, stability, efficiency and equity of economics equilibrium, introduces the theory of social choice and problems created by market failure (public goods, externalities, and uncertainty), and analyzes the policy against market failure.

Course Type

Remarks

4051

MARKETING STRATEGY

3.0

3.0

BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION

Tue07-09 1200-1330(204), Thu10-12 1330-1500(204)

English

Theory

10

4082

HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGEMENT

3.0

3.0

INTERNATIONAL BUSINESS, BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION

Tue17-18 1700-1800(207), Fri09-12 1300-1500(207)

English

Theory

11

4828

PRINCIPLE OF MACROECONOMICS

PRINCIPLE OF MACROECONOMICS

3.0

3.0

ECONOMICS

Mon04-06 1030-1200(221), Wed01-03 0900-1030(221)

English

Theory

For students majoring in economics only For students majoring in economics only

12

4827

PRINCIPLE OF PRINCIPLE OF MACROECONOMICS MACROECONOMICS

3.0

3.0

ECONOMICS

Mon01-03 0900-1030(219), Wed04-06 1030-1200(219)

English

Theory

13

4802

MACROECONOMIC THEORY

3.0

3.0

, ,

ECONOMICS, INTERNATIONAL BUSINESS

Tue10-12 1330-1500(221), Thu07-09 1200-1330(221)

English

Theory

For students majoring in economics first

14

4829

TECHNICAL ANALYSIS OF THE FINANCIAL MARKETS AND INVESTMENTS

3.0

3.0

ECONOMICS

Tue01-03 0900-1030(219), Thu04-06 1030-1200(219)

English

Theory

15

4826

CURRENT WORLD ECONOMIC ISSUES

CURRENT WORLD ECONOMIC ISSUES

3.0

3.0

ECONOMICS

Mon07-09 1200-1330(107), Wed10-12 1330-1500(107)

DAVID RICHARD CHRISTAFORE

English

Theory

16

4825

WELFARE ECONOMICS

3.0

3.0

ECONOMICS

Mon01-03 0900-1030(107), Wed04-06 1030-1200(107)

DAVID RICHARD CHRISTAFORE

English

Theory

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No. Year

Category

Course No.

Course Name (Korean)

Course Name (English)

Credits

Hours

College/Department (Korean)

College/Department (English)

Time/Classroom

Professor

Language

Course Description
"An introduction to the strategic way of thinking and a primer on game theory with applications to economics and other social sciences. Topics include the prisoners dilemma and the arms race; dominance reasoning and the minimax theorem; mixed strategies and Nash equilibrium; bargaining and collective action; threats, promises, and negotiated games; and the evolution of cooperation." "An introduction to the strategic way of thinking and a primer on game theory with applications to economics and other social sciences. Topics include the prisoners dilemma and the arms race; dominance reasoning and the minimax theorem; mixed strategies and Nash equilibrium; bargaining and collective action; threats, promises, and negotiated games; and the evolution of cooperation." Through case studies, this course will expose students to managerial issues of information goods or resources. The topics will include information systems planning, IT architecture, user interface environments, enterprise data management, industry-wide transformation. "A variety of ways to evaluate the information system will be introduced." Students are to explore a suite of software tools (spreadsheets, database management, presentation software, word processing, the Internet, etc.) so that they can use such tools for solving various business-related problems. Emerging technological paradigms and standards will be introduced and their implications in IT management. It designed to enhance the students' understanding of the current economic and political issues that arise in the context of international relations. Teaches how to do international marketing research, how to deal with primary and secondary data available, how to collect and analyze data, and how to take advantage of Internet trade research. Learn consumer credit management for the improvement of consumer welfare, the preparation and management of future danger and unexpected economic loss. This subject approaches consumer behavior and the economic activities in the preceding cycle before consumption behavior, including production and distribution of products based on the theory of Microeconomics. With general theories related to consumer and market analysis, this subject aims to improve expert knowledge in the area of market analysis through statistical analysis. To take this lecture, basic knowledge on Economic Theories, Basic Statistics and Consumer Economics is required.

Course Type

Remarks

17

4818

GAMES & STRATEGY

3.0

3.0

ECONOMICS

Tue04-06 1030-1200(222), Thu01-03 0900-1030(222)

English

Theory

18

4817

GAMES & STRATEGY

3.0

3.0

ECONOMICS

Tue01-03 0900-1030(222), Thu04-06 1030-1200(222)

English

Theory

19

3789

INFORMATION RESORCE MANAGEMENT

3.0

3.0

MANAGEMENT INFORMATION SYSTEMS

Mon13-16 1500-1700(537), Thu17-18 1700-1800(537) Mon07-09 1200-1330(207), Wed10-12 1330-1500(207) Mon10-12 1330-1500(102), Wed07-09 1200-1330(102) Mon07-09 1200-1330(203), Wed10-12 1330-1500(203) Mon04-06 1030-1200(123), Wed01-03 0900-1030(123) Mon04-06 1030-1200(301), Wed01-03 0900-1030(301) Mon04-06 1030-1200(108), Wed01-03 0900-1030(108)

English

Theory

b-learning

20

2242

MANAGEMENT INFORMATION SYSTEM COMPUTER AND INFORMATION COMMUICATION

3.0

3.0

BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION, INTERNATIONAL BUSINESS MANAGEMENT INFORMATION SYSTEMS INTERNATIONAL TRADE

JIANGNING ZHAO

English

Theory

21

0171

3.0

3.0

English

Theory

22

3792

EMERGING TECHNOLOGIES GLOBALIZATION AND FINANCIAL INTEGRATION

EMERGING TECHNOLOGIES GLOBALIZATION AND FINANCIAL INTEGRATION INTERNATIONAL MARKETING RESEARCH CONSUMER CREDIT AND RISK MANAGEMENT

3.0

3.0

English

Theory

23

4741

3.0

3.0

RODOLFO LEDESMA

English

Theory

ICI*

24

4739

3.0

3.0

INTERNATIONAL TRADE

English

Theory

25

3381

3.0

3.0

CONSUMER INFORMATION SCIENCE

CHARLES BENNETT HATCHER

English

Theory

26

3380

CONSUMER MARKET ANALYSIS

3.0

3.0

CONSUMER INFORMATION SCIENCE

Mon01-03 0900-1030(108), Wed04-06 1030-1200(108)

CHARLES BENNETT HATCHER

English

Theory

* E xchange students participating in the IC I program must attend at least one of the five classes marked "IC I."

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No. Year

Category

Course No.

Course Name (Korean)

Course Name (English)

Credits

Hours

College/Department (Korean)

College/Department (English)

Time/Classroom

Professor

Language

Course Description
Understanding high-tech environment and industry will be an essential factor in order to build up convergence high-tech marketing strategy. Of convergence phenomena, enhanced level of understanding of service convergence such as broadcasting and network, product convergence such as multimedia portable devices will be achieved. This subject classifies the types of consumer education into corporate education, school education, social education and home education, and analyzes and studies consumer education in each view. Furthermore, as it connects the roles of consumers to consumerism, students shall organize consumer-education related programs that are connected with the roles of consumers and consumerism. Through entire coursework, each student group can choose one of best preferred topics so that every team can complete their research output based of market and consumer information survey. This project is a prerequisite for the consumer information project II. Theoretical research methodology into all kinds of consumer information related to the consumer value, psychological survey, behavioral research, as a prerequisite for research survey in Consumer Information. The focus of this course is to teach students English for business. Topics covered in this course include writing a CV or other relevant documents, job interview techniques, and English for meeting, presentations, and negotiations. Introduces students to the making of business communication materials by providing the methods of preparing letters of credit, bills of lading, and so forth. Introduces students to the making of business communication materials by providing the methods of preparing letters of credit, bills of lading, and so forth. As a sequel to Business English I, the goal of this class is to deepen the reading and listening skills by being exposed to various materials related to business operations. The emphasis will be more on effective business communications and reading skills Business English 2 prepares students to command effective communication skills in both written and spoken English. Business English 2 prepares students to command effective communication skills in both written and spoken English. Business English 2 prepares students to command effective communication skills in both written and spoken English.

Course Type

Remarks

27

3379

HITECH MARKET

3.0

3.0

CONSUMER INFORMATION SCIENCE

Wed07-12 1200-1500(108)

English

Theory

28

3369

CONSUMER EDUCATION

3.0

3.0

CONSUMER INFORMATION SCIENCE

Tue13-18 1500-1800(217)

UNKNOWN

English

Theory

29

3371

CONSUMER INFORMATION PROJECT 1

2.0

4.0

CONSUMER INFORMATION SCIENCE

Mon11-18 1400-1800(108)

, ,

English

Experiment + Practice

30

3370

RESEARCH METHODOLOGY IN CONSUMER INFORMATION

3.0

3.0

CONSUMER INFORMATION SCIENCE

Tue07-09 1200-1330(222), Thu10-12 1330-1500(222)

English

Theory

31

2028

INTERNATIONAL BUSINESS ENGLISH

3.0

3.0

INTERNATIONAL BUSINESS

Tue04-09(220)

English

Theory

ICI*

32

4733

INTERNATIONAL BUSINESS COMMUNICATIONS INTERNATIONAL BUSINESS COMMUNICATIONS

3.0

3.0

INTERNATIONAL TRADE

Tue09-14 1300-1600(224)

English

Theory

33

4734

3.0

3.0

INTERNATIONAL TRADE

Thu09-14 1300-1600(224)

English

Theory

34

3981

BUSINESS ENGLISH 2

3.0

3.0

MANAGEMENT INFORMATION SYSTEMS

Tue01-06 0900-1200(304)

English

Theory

35

3982

BUSINESS ENGLISH 2 BUSINESS ENGLISH 2

3.0

3.0

MANAGEMENT INFORMATION SYSTEMS BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION

Tue09-14 1300-1600(304) Tue07-09 1200-1330(105), Thu10-12 1330-1500(105) Tue10-12 1330-1500(105), Thu07-09 1200-1330(105)

HONG JOSEPH SUK J BETTINA PLHA

English

Theory

36

3772

3.0

3.0

English

Theory

37

3771

BUSINESS ENGLISH 2

3.0

3.0

BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION

English

Theory

* E xchange students participating in the IC I program must attend at least one of the five classes marked "IC I."

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No. Year

Category

Course No.

Course Name (Korean)

Course Name (English)

Credits

Hours

College/Department (Korean)

College/Department (English)
BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION, MANAGEMENT INFORMATION SYSTEMS, MANAGEMENT OF TECHNOLOGY, INTERNATIONAL BUSINESS BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION, MANAGEMENT INFORMATION SYSTEMS, MANAGEMENT OF TECHNOLOGY, INTERNATIONAL BUSINESS BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION, MANAGEMENT INFORMATION SYSTEMS, MANAGEMENT OF TECHNOLOGY, INTERNATIONAL BUSINESS BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION, MANAGEMENT INFORMATION SYSTEMS, MANAGEMENT OF TECHNOLOGY, INTERNATIONAL BUSINESS

Time/Classroom

Professor

Language

Course Description

Course Type

Remarks

38

0130

BUSINESS ENGLISH 1

3.0

3.0

, , ,

Tue04-06 1030-1200(105), Thu01-03 0900-1030(105)

BETTINA PLHA

English

Business English 2 prepares students to command effective communication skills in both written and spoken English.

Theory

39

0129

BUSINESS ENGLISH 1

3.0

3.0

, , ,

Tue01-03 0900-1030(105), Thu04-06 1030-1200(105)

BETTINA PLHA

English

Business English 2 prepares students to command effective communication skills in both written and spoken English.

Theory

40

0134

BUSINESS ENGLISH 1

3.0

3.0

, , ,

Tue04-06 1030-1200(206), Thu01-03 0900-1030(206)

HONG JOSEPH SUK J

English

Business English 2 prepares students to command effective communication skills in both written and spoken English.

Theory

41

0133

BUSINESS ENGLISH 1

3.0

3.0

, , ,

Tue01-03 0900-1030(206), Thu04-06 1030-1200(206)

HONG JOSEPH SUK J

English

Business English 2 prepares students to command effective communication skills in both written and spoken English.

Theory

42

3037

ENGLISH INTERPRETATION

3.0

3.0

INTERNATIONAL BUSINESS, ENGLISH Wed13-18 LANGUAGE & 1500-1800(213) LITERATURE INTERNATIONAL BUSINESS, ENGLISH LANGUAGE & LITERATURE INTERNATIONAL BUSINESS, ENGLISH LANGUAGE & LITERATURE INTERNATIONAL BUSINESS, ENGLISH LANGUAGE & LITERATURE Mon01-03 0900-1030(211), Wed04-06 1030-1200(211) Mon01-03 0900-1030(213), Wed04-06 1030-1200(213) Mon04-06 1030-1200(213), Wed01-03 0900-1030(213)

English

Students are provied with theories and principles of interpretation, and they practice various skills of English interpretation. Students in this course understand the fundamentals of English composition with special attention to various styles of English paragraphs and with special emphasis on the actual writing of English paragraphs and essays. Students in this course understand the fundamentals of English composition with special attention to various styles of English paragraphs and with special emphasis on the actual writing of English paragraphs and essays. Students in this course understand the fundamentals of English composition with special attention to various styles of English paragraphs and with special emphasis on the actual writing of English paragraphs and essays. Students in this course understand the fundamentals of English composition with special attention to various styles of English paragraphs and with special emphasis on the actual writing of English paragraphs and essays.

Theory

43

3041

PRACTICE IN ENGLISH COMPOSITION

3.0

3.0

PETER RYAN

English

Theory

44

3198

PRACTICE IN ENGLISH COMPOSITION

3.0

3.0

DAUGHERTY SEAN PATRI

English

Theory

45

4057

PRACTICE IN ENGLISH COMPOSITION

3.0

3.0

DAUGHERTY SEAN PATRI

English

Theory

46

3324

PRACTICE IN ENGLISH COMPOSITION

3.0

3.0

INTERNATIONAL BUSINESS, ENGLISH LANGUAGE & LITERATURE

Mon04-06 1030-1200(211), Wed01-03 0900-1030(211)

PETER RYAN

English

Theory

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No. Year

Category

Course No.

Course Name (Korean)

Course Name (English)

Credits

Hours

College/Department (Korean)

College/Department (English)

Time/Classroom

Professor

Language

Course Description
Students in this course understand the fundamentals of English composition with special attention to various styles of English paragraphs and with special emphasis on the actual writing of English paragraphs and essays. Application of rank-order statistics, sign statistics, the empirical distribution function, and runs to commonly occurring data structures. Emphasis on concepts, assumptions, and comparisons to normal theory methods. It covers eigenvalue and eigenvector, inner product, spectrum theory and quadratic form, Jordan canonical form, Hamilton-Cayley theorem, complex inner product spaces, unitary matrix and hermitian matrix. Stochastic process, Bayesian Statistic, Discrete data analysis and survival analysis. Intorduction to the concepts of sufficient statistics, likelihood functions, and information numbers. Several methods of estimation, and Bayes estimation, as well as confidence interval methods. Methods of testing hypotheses, such as uniformly most powerful tests and likelihood ratio tests. This course introduce various techniques such as decision trees, neural network, clustering, association and discrimination. The course objective is to present the leading data mining methods and their application to real-world problems. Understanding and application of general theories to administrative activity in real estate industry. Decision theories and practices with personal computer. Utilization of computer software in real estate analysis. Financial decision-making of a corporation is covered. Analytical techniques for solving financial problems are also examined. Financial decisions such as investing in fixed assets, obtaining debt and equity funds, and determining the proper amount of working capital are examined. This consists of three subsections: real estate derivatives, real estate portfolio management and real estate securitization. Real estate derivatives include options, futures and swap agreement. Real estate portfolio management deals with managing portfolio of real estate assets, stocks and fixed income securities in the perspectives of institutional investors and private bankers. Lastly real estate securitization is about MBS, CMBS, ABS and REITs.

Course Type

Remarks

47

4076

PRACTICE IN ENGLISH COMPOSITION

3.0

3.0

INTERNATIONAL BUSINESS, ENGLISH LANGUAGE & LITERATURE

Mon10-12 1330-1500(213), Wed07-09 1200-1330(213)

DAUGHERTY SEAN PATRI

English

Theory

For juniors and seniors

48

3358

NONPARAMETRIC STATISTICS

3.0

3.0

APPLIED STATISTICS

Mon07-09 1200-1330(219), Wed10-12 1330-1500(219)

English

Theory

49

3359

LINEAR ALGEBRA

3.0

3.0

APPLIED STATISTICS

Mon01-03 0900-1030(217), Wed04-06 1030-1200(217) Mon04-06 1030-1200(217), Wed01-03 0900-1030(217)

English

Theory

50

3367

TOPICS IN STATISTICAL APPLICATION

3.0

3.0

APPLIED STATISTICS

English

Theory

51

3360

MATHEMATICAL STATISTICS II

3.0

3.0

APPLIED STATISTICS

Tue10-12 1330-1500(219), Thu07-09 1200-1330(219)

English

Theory

52

3368

DATA MINING

3.0

3.0

APPLIED STATISTICS

Mon13-16 1500-1700(103), Thu17-18 1700-1800(103)

English

Theory

53

3306

REAL ESTATE MANAGEMENT INFORMATION PROCESSING IN REAL ESTATE

3.0

3.0

REAL ESTATE STUDIES

Fri13-18 1500-1800(320) Mon10-12 1330-1500(109), Wed10-12 1330-1500(109)

English

Theory

54

3312

3.0

3.0

REAL ESTATE STUDIES

GANGZHI FAN

English

Theory

55

3316

FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT

3.0

3.0

REAL ESTATE STUDIES

Tue03-05 1000-1130(317), Thu03-05 1000-1130(317)

GANGZHI FAN

English

Theory

56

3318

ADVANCED REAL ESTATE FINANCE

3.0

3.0

REAL ESTATE STUDIES

Tue10-12 1330-1500(317), Thu10-12 1330-1500(317)

English

Theory

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No. Year

Category

Course No.

Course Name (Korean)

Course Name (English)

Credits

Hours

College/Department (Korean)

College/Department (English)

Time/Classroom

Professor

Language

Course Description
The class intends to help students to learn the concept of real estate facility, the facility management, the definition of related work activities, and procedure of facility management for the minimization of life cycle cost and maximization of facility value. The contents of class includes the introduction of facility management system (FMS) including the property and asset management, the maintenance and rehabilitation activities in facility management, the management information systems and data management, and the implementation of FMS based on case studies. Various issues and problem facing modern cities in Korea: the spatial structures and economic problems and such issues as urban transportation, housing, environment, land development, and urban finances. Historical background of korean public administration in the context of political affairs. The structure, function, and cultural aspect of korean public administration. The cutting edges of administrative reform in Korea. Historical background of korean public administration in the context of political affairs. The structure, function, and cultural aspect of korean public administration. The cutting edges of administrative reform in Korea. Reflecting women's increasing interests on government position, this class deals with the structural and cultural obstacles to improvement of women's status in Korean governments and discusses how to overcome those obstacles. Opinion formation,administrative and political communication systems, impact of news media, propaganda, and methods, including opinion surveys and content analysis. This course is presented to teach basics of Public Information Policy issues ranging from E-government to privacy and re-engineering with Information Technology (IT). The focus will be given to the application of IT into the organizational contexts to apply knowledge from other courses. Review on the role of Mass Media, in particular, in the political processes such as election and policy-making. General theories of politics and laws of international organizations, and the purposesand functions of the major international organization like United Nations. Introduction to Western political thoughts and philosophers in Greek/Roman and medieval times. This course is to comprehend the society and politics of North Korea and study unification issues.

Course Type

Remarks

57

3319

REAL ESTATE FACILITY MANAGEMENT

3.0

3.0

REAL ESTATE STUDIES

Mon10-12 1330-1500(319), Wed07-09 1200-1330(319)

English

Theory

58

3291

URBAN ADMINISTRATION

3.0

3.0

PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION

Mon10-12 1330-1500(314), Wed07-09 1200-1330(314)

English

Theory

59

3296

KOREAN GOVERNMENT & ADMINISTRATION

3.0

3.0

PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION

Mon13-18 1500-1800(324)

English

Theory

60

4137

KOREAN GOVERNMENT & ADMINISTRATION

3.0

3.0

PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION

Wed13-18 1500-1800(318)

English

Theory

61

3292

SEMINAR ON WOMAN AND PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION

3.0

3.0

PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION

Tue07-09 1200-1330(324), Thu10-12 1330-1500(324)

English

Theory

62

3298

PR

ADMINISTRATIVE PUBLIC RELATIONS

3.0

3.0

PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION

Thu01-06 0900-1200(320)

English

Theory

63

3297

COMPUTER & PUBLIC MANAGEMENT INFORMATION SYSTEM

3.0

3.0

PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION

Mon13-16 1500-1700(314), Thu17-18 1700-1800(314)

English

Theory

64

3276

MASS MEDIA & POLITICS

3.0

3.0

Fri01-06 POLITICAL SCIENCE 0900-1200(316) Tue10-12 1330-1500(316), POLITICAL SCIENCE Thu07-09 1200-1330(316) POLITICAL SCIENCE Fri13-18 1500-1800(314) Fri13-18 POLITICAL SCIENCE 1500-1800(316)

English

Theory

65

3274

INTERNATIONAL ORGANIZATIONS CONTEMPORARY POLITICAL THOUGHT NORTH KOREAN POLITICS

3.0

3.0

English

Theory

66

3279

3.0

3.0

English

Theory

67

3280

3.0

3.0

English

Theory

- 7 -

No. Year

Category

Course No.

Course Name (Korean)

Course Name (English)

Credits

Hours

College/Department (Korean)

College/Department (English)

Time/Classroom

Professor

Language

Course Description
Korean foreign policy from the end of World War II to the present, dealing with the history of foreign policy decision-making process, political culture, leadership, and democratization in Korea. An advanced course that requires students to have prior knowledge of the basic and analytic concepts of political science. By reading the political classics in English, which were written by European political thinkers in the Ancient and Medival age, students can polish up their capacity to understand the primary works and to improve English capacity. Introduction to Korean History Deals with basic knowledge and concepts in Korean history such as important issues in each historical period, various methodologies and approaches, and division of periods. This course looks at the ancient and medieval history of China. It begins with the Spring and Autumn period (8th century BCE) and covers the history of Qin, Han, Tang, and Song dynasties. This is a general understanding of theories and policies in relation to city planning and designing, analyzing the major worldwide cities focused on the cultural contents. This aims to the close consideration for the business in cultural contents related to jewish culture and their capabilities to deal with cultural business, finding the possibility of using the cultural contents practically. This is a comprehensive study on the theories and the actuality about the performing arts, learning the methods to plan and produce actually the contents of performing arts. This course is conceived to give students a comprehensive understanding of food, Cuisine & Wines variously represented in the European gastronomic cultures and civilizations. This course will help attendants widen their knowledge, their appreciation and sharpen their analytic view of gastronomy in the cultural context. Students will acquire the integrated knowledge of the diverse cultural aspects closely related to the gastronomic matters on the level of the European culture and civilization. This aims to understand the comprehensive knowledge about various visual arts in a course of historical study on the western aesthetics about the images, developing the accurate perspective on them to analyze and create the visual contents of the cultures in the digital era.

Course Type

Remarks

68

3282

WAR AND PEACE IN WORLD POLITICS

3.0

3.0

Tue04-06 POLITICAL SCIENCE 1030-1200(316), Thu01-03 0900-1030(316)

English

Theory

69

3286

READING OF CLASSICAL POLITICS

3.0

3.0

Mon10-12 1330-1500(316), POLITICAL SCIENCE Wed07-09 1200-1330(316)

English

Theory

70

4024

INTRODUCTION TO KOREAN HISTORY

3.0

3.0

HISTORY

Wed07-12 1200-1500(308)

English

Theory

71

4023

HISTORY OF ANCIENT AND MEDIEVAL CHINA

3.0

3.0

HISTORY

Mon07-12 1200-1500(308)

English

Theory

72

3091

CITY AND CULTURAL CONTENTS

3.0

3.0

DIGITAL CULTURE & CONTENTS

Mon07-09 1200-1330(306), Wed10-12 1330-1500(306) Tue10-12 1330-1500(304), Thu07-09 1200-1330(304)

English

Theory

73

3095

SUCCESS CONTENTS OF AMERICAN JEWS

3.0

3.0

DIGITAL CULTURE & CONTENTS

English

Theory

74

3100

PLANNING OF PERFORMING ART

3.0

3.0

DIGITAL CULTURE & CONTENTS

Tue01-06 0900-1200(306)

English

Theory

75

3162

EUROPEAN FOOD, GASTRONOMY AND WINE CULTURES

3.0

3.0

EUROPEAN Mon03-08 CULTURAL STUDIES 1000-1300(209)

English

Theory

76

3094

VISUAL AESTHETICS AND IMAGE LITERACY

3.0

3.0

DIGITAL CULTURE & CONTENTS

Tue10-12 1330-1500(306), Thu07-09 1200-1330(306)

English

Theory

- 8 -

No. Year

Category

Course No.

Course Name (Korean)

Course Name (English)

Credits

Hours

College/Department (Korean)

College/Department (English)

Time/Classroom

Professor

Language

Course Description
This course is designed to give students a comprehensive understanding of cultural framework changes of the brands and storytelling in term of cultural exchanges. It will help students expand their knowledge, deepen their appreciation and sharpen their view of branding strategies closely related to the storytelling. Students will be equipped with the integrated knowledge and the perspective on globalization and the future world to foster their application ability to deal with actively the rapidly changing branding and storytelling trends. This course is a historical research of European modern thinkers like H. Arendt, Simone Weil, W. Benjamin, T. W. Adorno, Michel Foucault, J.-P. Sartre, Bourdieu etc. This historical research is very important to understand the tradition of intellectuals in European Union. This course allows students to understand the general trend, the representative writers and artists of French literature like Flaubert, Balzac, Proust, Sartre, Picasso, Cezanne. A seminar on the childhood bilingualism and non-primary language development/ usage. Issues and methods of psycholinguistics/sociolinguistic researches on topics such as cognitive processes of bilingual development, representation of bilingual knowledge, and communication by non-primary language are discussed. Study of theories and applications concerning the public opinion and public relations that lead the current of mass society. This study contains various affairs : politics, election, PR, marketing, advertisement, media policy, straw poll, information strategy, etc. Cultural contents, such as movies, ad, sports, music and photos, contain stories in divers ways. Systematic study of process between production and reception of story. The goal of this course is to improve technical and professional writing skills required for the global document exchange and intercultural communication. "Introduction to study of popular film as narrative form and cultural product. Overview of the musical, comedy, western. Analysis of film stars, history of film technology and study of audience. " Introduces basic literary theories of reading culture and inquires into the difference between high and low culture in terms of class, ideology, gender, social status. Students are supposed to ask serious questions about the nature of their own cultural activities and consumption.

Course Type

Remarks

77

3002

EU

EU BRANDS AND STORYTELLING

3.0

3.0

Tue15-18 EUROPEAN 1600-1800(209), CULTURAL STUDIES Thu15-16 1600-1700(209)

English

Theory

78

3964

MODERN INTELLECTUAL THINKERS IN EUROPE

2.0

3.0

EU

Mon09-11 EUROPEAN UNION 1300-1430(209), CULTURAL STUDIES Wed09-11 1300-1430(209)

English

Theory

79

3967

FRENCH LITERATURE AND ARTS

2.0

2.0

EU

EUROPEAN UNION Thu11-14 CULTURAL STUDIES 1400-1600(209)

English

Theory

80

3106

BILINGUAL COMMUNICATION

3.0

3.0

COMMUNICATION SCIENCE

Tue17-18 1700-1800(304), Fri09-12 1300-1500(304)

English

Theory

81

3113

PUBLIC OPINION AND PUBLIC RELATIONS

3.0

3.0

COMMUNICATION SCIENCE

Tue04-06 1030-1200(304), Thu01-03 0900-1030(304) Tue17-18 1700-1800(408), Fri09-12 1300-1500(408)

English

Theory

82

3322

TECHNICAL AND PROFESSIONAL WRITING FOR GLOBAL COMMUNICATION

STORYTELLING AND COMMUNICATION TECHNICAL AND PROFESSIONAL WRITING FOR GLOBAL COMMUNICATION

3.0

3.0

COMMUNICATION SCIENCE

English

Theory

83

3117

3.0

3.0

COMMUNICATION SCIENCE

Thu07-12 1200-1500(302)

English

Theory

84

3030

AMERICAN CULTURE AND MOVIES

3.0

3.0

ENGLISH LANGUAGE & LITERATURE

Wed13-18 1500-1800(211)

English

Theory

85

3032

ANGLO-AMERICAN LITERARY CRITICISM AND CULTURE

3.0

3.0

ENGLISH LANGUAGE & LITERATURE

Tue07-09 1200-1330(213), Thu10-12 1330-1500(213)

English

Theory

- 9 -

No. Year

Category

Course No.

Course Name (Korean)

Course Name (English)

Credits

Hours

College/Department (Korean)

College/Department (English)

Time/Classroom

Professor

Language

Course Description
A lively and up-to-date introduction to contemporary work on transformational grammar. Four main topics: the goal of linguistic theory, syntactic structure, the nature and role of the lexicon, and the function of transformations and the principles governing their application. Introduction to basic concepts in applied English linguistics: psycholinguistics, sociolinguistics, language acquisition, and computational linguistics. Introduction to basic concepts in applied English linguistics: psycholinguistics, sociolinguistics, language acquisition, and computational linguistics. A pedagogical grammar of English that deals with those practical items that a student must know to be able to use English at intermediate and advanced levels: approached from the viewpoint of structural linguistics, as adopted by Quirk and others. A pedagogical grammar of English that deals with those practical items that a student must know to be able to use English at intermediate and advanced levels: approached from the viewpoint of structural linguistics, as adopted by Quirk and others. A pedagogical grammar of English that deals with those practical items that a student must know to be able to use English at intermediate and advanced levels: approached from the viewpoint of structural linguistics, as adopted by Quirk and others. This course explores the challenges and questions raised by the British novel from the Victorian age to the 20th century with an attention to the history of the novel. This course explores the challenges and questions raised by the British novel from the Victorian age to the 20th century with an attention to the history of the novel. This course surveys major topics, authors, and genres of the Romantic era,the Victorian age,the Twentieth century in British literature by reading representative works. This course surveys major topics, authors, and genres of the Romantic era,the Victorian age,the Twentieth century in British literature by reading representative works. This course is designed to accustom students to academic style of English writing starting from paragraph writing through essay and thesis writing. This course is designed to accustom students to academic style of English writing starting from paragraph writing through essay and thesis writing. This course is designed to accustom students to academic style of English writing starting from paragraph writing through essay and thesis writing.

Course Type

Remarks

86

3036

ENGLISH SYNTAX

3.0

3.0

ENGLISH LANGUAGE & LITERATURE

Fri13-18 1500-1800(212)

English

Theory

87

4089

INTRODUCTION TO APPLIED ENGLISH LINGUISTICS INTRODUCTION TO APPLIED ENGLISH LINGUISTICS

3.0

3.0

ENGLISH LANGUAGE & LITERATURE ENGLISH LANGUAGE & LITERATURE

Tue10-12 1330-1500(211), Thu07-09 1200-1330(211) Tue07-09 1200-1330(211), Thu10-12 1330-1500(211) Mon07-09 1200-1330(211), Wed10-12 1330-1500(211)

English

Theory

88

3038

3.0

3.0

English

Theory

89

3039

ENGLISH GRAMMAR

3.0

3.0

ENGLISH LANGUAGE & LITERATURE

English

Theory

90

3161

ENGLISH GRAMMAR

3.0

3.0

ENGLISH LANGUAGE & LITERATURE

Mon01-06(302-1)

English

Theory

91

3169

ENGLISH GRAMMAR

3.0

3.0

ENGLISH LANGUAGE & LITERATURE

Mon13-18(202)

English

Theory

92

3045

BRITISH NOVEL2

3.0

3.0

ENGLISH LANGUAGE & LITERATURE ENGLISH LANGUAGE & LITERATURE ENGLISH LANGUAGE & LITERATURE ENGLISH LANGUAGE & LITERATURE ENGLISH LANGUAGE & LITERATURE ENGLISH LANGUAGE & LITERATURE ENGLISH LANGUAGE & LITERATURE

Tue13-18 1500-1800(213)

English

Theory

93

3685

BRITISH NOVEL2

3.0

3.0

Fri13-18 1500-1800(213) Mon13-16 1500-1700(211), Thu17-18 1700-1800(211) Mon17-18 1700-1800(211), Thu13-16 1500-1700(211) Tue04-06 1030-1200(213), Thu01-03 0900-1030(213) Mon10-12 1330-1500(211), Wed07-09 1200-1330(211) Tue01-03 0900-1030(213), Thu04-06 1030-1200(213)

English

Theory

94

3042

INTRODUCTION TO ENGLISH LITERATURE 2 INTRODUCTION TO ENGLISH LITERATURE 2 ACADEMIC WRITING

3.0

3.0

English

Theory

95

4078

3.0

3.0

English

Theory

96

4067

3.0

3.0

DAUGHERTY SEAN PATRI

English

Theory

For juniors and seniors

97

4075

ACADEMIC WRITING

3.0

3.0

PETER RYAN

English

Theory

98

4058

ACADEMIC WRITING

3.0

3.0

DAUGHERTY SEAN PATRI

English

Theory

- 10 -

No. Year

Category

Course No.

Course Name (Korean)

Course Name (English)


ACADEMIC WRITING

Credits

Hours

College/Department (Korean)

College/Department (English)
ENGLISH LANGUAGE & LITERATURE ENGLISH LANGUAGE & LITERATURE

Time/Classroom
Tue04-06 1030-1200(211), Thu01-03 0900-1030(211) Tue01-03 0900-1030(211), Thu04-06 1030-1200(211)

Professor

Language

Course Description
This course is designed to accustom students to academic style of English writing starting from paragraph writing through essay and thesis writing. This course is designed to accustom students to academic style of English writing starting from paragraph writing through essay and thesis writing. This course aims at developing minimum level English proficiency expected from a recipient of higher education. Integration of four language skills are implemented towards the acquisition of correct English pronunciation and useful daily expressions in the target language, along with basic level text comprehension. This course aims at developing minimum level English proficiency expected from a recipient of higher education. Integration of four language skills are implemented towards the acquisition of correct English pronunciation and useful daily expressions in the target language, along with basic level text comprehension. This course aims at developing minimum level English proficiency expected from a recipient of higher education. Integration of four language skills are implemented towards the acquisition of correct English pronunciation and useful daily expressions in the target language, along with basic level text comprehension. This course aims at developing minimum level English proficiency expected from a recipient of higher education. Integration of four language skills are implemented towards the acquisition of correct English pronunciation and useful daily expressions in the target language, along with basic level text comprehension. This course aims at developing minimum level English proficiency expected from a recipient of higher education. Integration of four language skills are implemented towards the acquisition of correct English pronunciation and useful daily expressions in the target language, along with basic level text comprehension. This course aims at developing minimum level English proficiency expected from a recipient of higher education. Integration of four language skills are implemented towards the acquisition of correct English pronunciation and useful daily expressions in the target language, along with basic level text comprehension. This course aims at developing minimum level English proficiency expected from a recipient of higher education. Integration of four language skills are implemented towards the acquisition of correct English pronunciation and useful daily expressions in the target language, along with basic level text comprehension.

Course Type

Remarks

99

4059

3.0

3.0

PETER RYAN

English

Theory

100

3029

ACADEMIC WRITING

3.0

3.0

PETER RYAN

English

Theory

101

1242

PRACTICAL ENGLISH 1

2.0

3.0

All majors

Fri01-06(203)

ANTHONY HANF

English

Theory

102

1240

PRACTICAL ENGLISH 1

2.0

3.0

All majors

Tue10-12(203), Thu10-12(203)

DOUGLAS HOLDEN

English

Theory

103

1241

PRACTICAL ENGLISH 1

2.0

3.0

All majors

Tue13-15(203), Thu13-15(203)

DOUGLAS HOLDEN

English

Theory

104

1004

PRACTICAL ENGLISH 1

2.0

3.0

All majors

Mon01-03(102), Wed01-03(102)

ANTHONY HANF

English

Theory

105

1005

PRACTICAL ENGLISH 2

2.0

3.0

All majors

Mon01-03(204), Wed01-03(204)

KATHERINE LLOYD

English

Theory

106

1006

PRACTICAL ENGLISH 2

2.0

3.0

All majors

Mon04-06(204), Wed04-06(204)

RACHEL STOTTS

English

Theory

107

1007

PRACTICAL ENGLISH 2

2.0

3.0

All majors

Mon07-09(204), Wed07-09(204)

GEORGE SKUSE

English

Theory

- 11 -

No. Year

Category

Course No.

Course Name (Korean)

Course Name (English)

Credits

Hours

College/Department (Korean)

College/Department (English)

Time/Classroom

Professor

Language

Course Description
This course aims at developing minimum level English proficiency expected from a recipient of higher education. Integration of four language skills are implemented towards the acquisition of correct English pronunciation and useful daily expressions in the target language, along with basic level text comprehension. This course aims at developing minimum level English proficiency expected from a recipient of higher education. Integration of four language skills are implemented towards the acquisition of correct English pronunciation and useful daily expressions in the target language, along with basic level text comprehension. This course aims at developing minimum level English proficiency expected from a recipient of higher education. Integration of four language skills are implemented towards the acquisition of correct English pronunciation and useful daily expressions in the target language, along with basic level text comprehension. This course aims at developing minimum level English proficiency expected from a recipient of higher education. Integration of four language skills are implemented towards the acquisition of correct English pronunciation and useful daily expressions in the target language, along with basic level text comprehension. This course aims at developing minimum level English proficiency expected from a recipient of higher education. Integration of four language skills are implemented towards the acquisition of correct English pronunciation and useful daily expressions in the target language, along with basic level text comprehension. This course aims at developing minimum level English proficiency expected from a recipient of higher education. Integration of four language skills are implemented towards the acquisition of correct English pronunciation and useful daily expressions in the target language, along with basic level text comprehension. This course aims at developing minimum level English proficiency expected from a recipient of higher education. Integration of four language skills are implemented towards the acquisition of correct English pronunciation and useful daily expressions in the target language, along with basic level text comprehension. This course aims at developing minimum level English proficiency expected from a recipient of higher education. Integration of four language skills are implemented towards the acquisition of correct English pronunciation and useful daily expressions in the target language, along with basic level text comprehension.

Course Type

Remarks

108

1008

PRACTICAL ENGLISH 2

2.0

3.0

All majors

Mon10-12(204), Wed10-12(204)

JENNIFER EMMONS

English

Theory

109

1009

PRACTICAL ENGLISH 2

2.0

3.0

All majors

Mon13-15(204), Wed13-15(204)

KATHERINE LLOYD

English

Theory

110

1010

PRACTICAL ENGLISH 2

2.0

3.0

All majors

Tue01-03(204), Thu01-03(204)

EMORY MCKEE

English

Theory

111

1011

PRACTICAL ENGLISH 2

2.0

3.0

All majors

Tue04-06(204), Thu04-06(204)

ANTHONY HANF

English

Theory

112

1012

PRACTICAL ENGLISH 2

2.0

3.0

All majors

Tue07-09(204), Thu07-09(204)

JONATHAN GREENER

English

Theory

113

1013

PRACTICAL ENGLISH 2

2.0

3.0

All majors

Tue10-12(204), Thu10-12(204)

JONATHAN GREENER

English

Theory

114

1014

PRACTICAL ENGLISH 2

2.0

3.0

All majors

Tue13-15(204), Thu13-15(204)

PATRICK ROUSSEAU

English

Theory

115

1015

PRACTICAL ENGLISH 2

2.0

3.0

All majors

Fri01-06(204)

PATRICK ROUSSEAU

English

Theory

- 12 -

No. Year

Category

Course No.

Course Name (Korean)

Course Name (English)

Credits

Hours

College/Department (Korean)

College/Department (English)

Time/Classroom

Professor

Language

Course Description
This course aims at developing minimum level English proficiency expected from a recipient of higher education. Integration of four language skills are implemented towards the acquisition of correct English pronunciation and useful daily expressions in the target language, along with basic level text comprehension. This course aims at developing minimum level English proficiency expected from a recipient of higher education. Integration of four language skills are implemented towards the acquisition of correct English pronunciation and useful daily expressions in the target language, along with basic level text comprehension. This course aims at developing minimum level English proficiency expected from a recipient of higher education. Integration of four language skills are implemented towards the acquisition of correct English pronunciation and useful daily expressions in the target language, along with basic level text comprehension. This course aims at developing minimum level English proficiency expected from a recipient of higher education. Integration of four language skills are implemented towards the acquisition of correct English pronunciation and useful daily expressions in the target language, along with basic level text comprehension. This course aims at developing minimum level English proficiency expected from a recipient of higher education. Integration of four language skills are implemented towards the acquisition of correct English pronunciation and useful daily expressions in the target language, along with basic level text comprehension. This course aims at developing minimum level English proficiency expected from a recipient of higher education. Integration of four language skills are implemented towards the acquisition of correct English pronunciation and useful daily expressions in the target language, along with basic level text comprehension. This course aims at developing minimum level English proficiency expected from a recipient of higher education. Integration of four language skills are implemented towards the acquisition of correct English pronunciation and useful daily expressions in the target language, along with basic level text comprehension. This course aims at developing minimum level English proficiency expected from a recipient of higher education. Integration of four language skills are implemented towards the acquisition of correct English pronunciation and useful daily expressions in the target language, along with basic level text comprehension.

Course Type

Remarks

116

1016

PRACTICAL ENGLISH 2

2.0

3.0

All majors

Fri07-12(204)

AARON MARTINSON

English

Theory

117

1017

PRACTICAL ENGLISH 2

2.0

3.0

All majors

Mon01-03(205), Wed01-03(205)

EMORY MCKEE

English

Theory

118

1018

PRACTICAL ENGLISH 2

2.0

3.0

All majors

Mon04-06(205), Wed04-06(205)

JEREMY GOFF

English

Theory

119

1019

PRACTICAL ENGLISH 2

2.0

3.0

All majors

Mon07-09(205), Wed07-09(205)

JASON YU

English

Theory

120

1020

PRACTICAL ENGLISH 2

2.0

3.0

All majors

Mon10-12(205), Wed10-12(205)

STUART SHEIN

English

Theory

121

1021

PRACTICAL ENGLISH 2

2.0

3.0

All majors

Mon13-15(205), Wed13-15(205)

DOUGLAS HOLDEN

English

Theory

122

1022

PRACTICAL ENGLISH 2

2.0

3.0

All majors

Tue01-03(205), Thu01-03(205)

JASON YU

English

Theory

123

1023

PRACTICAL ENGLISH 2

2.0

3.0

All majors

Tue04-06(205), Thu04-06(205)

GEORGE SKUSE

English

Theory

- 13 -

No. Year

Category

Course No.

Course Name (Korean)

Course Name (English)

Credits

Hours

College/Department (Korean)

College/Department (English)

Time/Classroom

Professor

Language

Course Description
This course aims at developing minimum level English proficiency expected from a recipient of higher education. Integration of four language skills are implemented towards the acquisition of correct English pronunciation and useful daily expressions in the target language, along with basic level text comprehension. This course aims at developing minimum level English proficiency expected from a recipient of higher education. Integration of four language skills are implemented towards the acquisition of correct English pronunciation and useful daily expressions in the target language, along with basic level text comprehension. This course aims at developing minimum level English proficiency expected from a recipient of higher education. Integration of four language skills are implemented towards the acquisition of correct English pronunciation and useful daily expressions in the target language, along with basic level text comprehension. This course aims at developing minimum level English proficiency expected from a recipient of higher education. Integration of four language skills are implemented towards the acquisition of correct English pronunciation and useful daily expressions in the target language, along with basic level text comprehension. This course aims at developing minimum level English proficiency expected from a recipient of higher education. Integration of four language skills are implemented towards the acquisition of correct English pronunciation and useful daily expressions in the target language, along with basic level text comprehension. This course aims at developing minimum level English proficiency expected from a recipient of higher education. Integration of four language skills are implemented towards the acquisition of correct English pronunciation and useful daily expressions in the target language, along with basic level text comprehension. This course aims at developing minimum level English proficiency expected from a recipient of higher education. Integration of four language skills are implemented towards the acquisition of correct English pronunciation and useful daily expressions in the target language, along with basic level text comprehension. This course aims at developing minimum level English proficiency expected from a recipient of higher education. Integration of four language skills are implemented towards the acquisition of correct English pronunciation and useful daily expressions in the target language, along with basic level text comprehension.

Course Type

Remarks

124

1024

PRACTICAL ENGLISH 2

2.0

3.0

All majors

Tue07-09(205), Thu07-09(205)

DOUGLAS HOLDEN

English

Theory

125

1025

PRACTICAL ENGLISH 2

2.0

3.0

All majors

Tue10-12(205), Thu10-12(205)

MATTHEW GROSS

English

Theory

126

1026

PRACTICAL ENGLISH 2

2.0

3.0

All majors

Tue13-15(205), Thu13-15(205)

JEREMY GOFF

English

Theory

127

1027

PRACTICAL ENGLISH 2

2.0

3.0

All majors

Fri01-06(205)

STUART SHEIN

English

Theory

128

1028

PRACTICAL ENGLISH 2

2.0

3.0

All majors

Tue19-21 1815-2030(208)

English

Theory

129

1029

PRACTICAL ENGLISH 2

2.0

3.0

All majors

Tue19-21 1815-2030(201)

English

Theory

130

1030

PRACTICAL ENGLISH 2

2.0

3.0

All majors

Fri07-12(205)

MICHAEL DIRKS

English

Theory

131

1238

PRACTICAL ENGLISH 1

2.0

3.0

All majors

Tue04-06(203), Thu04-06(203)

JASON YU

English

Theory

- 14 -

No. Year

Category

Course No.

Course Name (Korean)

Course Name (English)

Credits

Hours

College/Department (Korean)

College/Department (English)

Time/Classroom

Professor

Language

Course Description
This course aims at developing minimum level English proficiency expected from a recipient of higher education. Integration of four language skills are implemented towards the acquisition of correct English pronunciation and useful daily expressions in the target language, along with basic level text comprehension. This course aims at developing minimum level English proficiency expected from a recipient of higher education. Integration of four language skills are implemented towards the acquisition of correct English pronunciation and useful daily expressions in the target language, along with basic level text comprehension. This course aims at developing minimum level English proficiency expected from a recipient of higher education. Integration of four language skills are implemented towards the acquisition of correct English pronunciation and useful daily expressions in the target language, along with basic level text comprehension. This course aims at developing minimum level English proficiency expected from a recipient of higher education. Integration of four language skills are implemented towards the acquisition of correct English pronunciation and useful daily expressions in the target language, along with basic level text comprehension. This course aims at developing minimum level English proficiency expected from a recipient of higher education. Integration of four language skills are implemented towards the acquisition of correct English pronunciation and useful daily expressions in the target language, along with basic level text comprehension. This course aims at developing minimum level English proficiency expected from a recipient of higher education. Integration of four language skills are implemented towards the acquisition of correct English pronunciation and useful daily expressions in the target language, along with basic level text comprehension. This course aims at developing minimum level English proficiency expected from a recipient of higher education. Integration of four language skills are implemented towards the acquisition of correct English pronunciation and useful daily expressions in the target language, along with basic level text comprehension. This course aims at developing minimum level English proficiency expected from a recipient of higher education. Integration of four language skills are implemented towards the acquisition of correct English pronunciation and useful daily expressions in the target language, along with basic level text comprehension.

Course Type

Remarks

132

1236

PRACTICAL ENGLISH 1

2.0

3.0

All majors

Mon13-15(203), Wed13-15(203)

EMORY MCKEE

English

Theory

133

1169

PRACTICAL ENGLISH 1

2.0

3.0

All majors

Tue10-12(102), Thu10-12(102)

STUART SHEIN

English

Theory

134

1235

PRACTICAL ENGLISH 1

2.0

3.0

All majors

Mon10-12(203), Wed10-12(203)

EMORY MCKEE

English

Theory

135

1234

PRACTICAL ENGLISH 1

2.0

3.0

All majors

Mon07-09(203), Wed07-09(203)

RACHEL STOTTS

English

Theory

136

1237

PRACTICAL ENGLISH 1

2.0

3.0

All majors

Tue01-03(203), Thu01-03(203)

AARON MARTINSON

English

Theory

137

1232

PRACTICAL ENGLISH 1

2.0

3.0

All majors

Mon01-03(203), Wed01-03(203)

JEREMY GOFF

English

Theory

138

1233

PRACTICAL ENGLISH 1

2.0

3.0

All majors

Mon04-06(203), Wed04-06(203)

EMORY MCKEE

English

Theory

139

1230

PRACTICAL ENGLISH 1

2.0

3.0

All majors

Fri01-06(202)

MATTHEW GROSS

English

Theory

- 15 -

No. Year

Category

Course No.

Course Name (Korean)

Course Name (English)

Credits

Hours

College/Department (Korean)

College/Department (English)

Time/Classroom

Professor

Language

Course Description
This course aims at developing minimum level English proficiency expected from a recipient of higher education. Integration of four language skills are implemented towards the acquisition of correct English pronunciation and useful daily expressions in the target language, along with basic level text comprehension. This course aims at developing minimum level English proficiency expected from a recipient of higher education. Integration of four language skills are implemented towards the acquisition of correct English pronunciation and useful daily expressions in the target language, along with basic level text comprehension. This course aims at developing minimum level English proficiency expected from a recipient of higher education. Integration of four language skills are implemented towards the acquisition of correct English pronunciation and useful daily expressions in the target language, along with basic level text comprehension. This course aims at developing minimum level English proficiency expected from a recipient of higher education. Integration of four language skills are implemented towards the acquisition of correct English pronunciation and useful daily expressions in the target language, along with basic level text comprehension. This course aims at developing minimum level English proficiency expected from a recipient of higher education. Integration of four language skills are implemented towards the acquisition of correct English pronunciation and useful daily expressions in the target language, along with basic level text comprehension. This course aims at developing minimum level English proficiency expected from a recipient of higher education. Integration of four language skills are implemented towards the acquisition of correct English pronunciation and useful daily expressions in the target language, along with basic level text comprehension. This course aims at developing minimum level English proficiency expected from a recipient of higher education. Integration of four language skills are implemented towards the acquisition of correct English pronunciation and useful daily expressions in the target language, along with basic level text comprehension. This course aims at developing minimum level English proficiency expected from a recipient of higher education. Integration of four language skills are implemented towards the acquisition of correct English pronunciation and useful daily expressions in the target language, along with basic level text comprehension.

Course Type

Remarks

140

1231

PRACTICAL ENGLISH 1

2.0

3.0

All majors

Fri07-12(202)

PATRICK ROUSSEAU

English

Theory

141

1228

PRACTICAL ENGLISH 1

2.0

3.0

All majors

Tue10-12(202), Thu10-12(202)

JENNIFER EMMONS

English

Theory

142

1229

PRACTICAL ENGLISH 1

2.0

3.0

All majors

Tue13-15(202), Thu13-15(202)

STUART SHEIN

English

Theory

143

1226

PRACTICAL ENGLISH 1

2.0

3.0

All majors

Tue04-06(202), Thu04-06(202)

RACHEL STOTTS

English

Theory

144

1227

PRACTICAL ENGLISH 1

2.0

3.0

All majors

Tue07-09(202), Thu07-09(202)

MICHAEL DIRKS

English

Theory

145

1224

PRACTICAL ENGLISH 1

2.0

3.0

All majors

Mon13-15(202), Wed13-15(202)

MATTHEW GROSS

English

Theory

146

1225

PRACTICAL ENGLISH 1

2.0

3.0

All majors

Tue01-03(202), Thu01-03(202)

RACHEL STOTTS

English

Theory

147

1222

PRACTICAL ENGLISH 1

2.0

3.0

All majors

Mon07-09(202), Wed07-09(202)

MICHAEL DIRKS

English

Theory

- 16 -

No. Year

Category

Course No.

Course Name (Korean)

Course Name (English)

Credits

Hours

College/Department (Korean)

College/Department (English)

Time/Classroom

Professor

Language

Course Description
This course aims at developing minimum level English proficiency expected from a recipient of higher education. Integration of four language skills are implemented towards the acquisition of correct English pronunciation and useful daily expressions in the target language, along with basic level text comprehension. This course aims at developing minimum level English proficiency expected from a recipient of higher education. Integration of four language skills are implemented towards the acquisition of correct English pronunciation and useful daily expressions in the target language, along with basic level text comprehension. This course aims at developing minimum level English proficiency expected from a recipient of higher education. Integration of four language skills are implemented towards the acquisition of correct English pronunciation and useful daily expressions in the target language, along with basic level text comprehension. This course aims at developing minimum level English proficiency expected from a recipient of higher education. Integration of four language skills are implemented towards the acquisition of correct English pronunciation and useful daily expressions in the target language, along with basic level text comprehension. This course aims at developing minimum level English proficiency expected from a recipient of higher education. Integration of four language skills are implemented towards the acquisition of correct English pronunciation and useful daily expressions in the target language, along with basic level text comprehension. This course aims at developing minimum level English proficiency expected from a recipient of higher education. Integration of four language skills are implemented towards the acquisition of correct English pronunciation and useful daily expressions in the target language, along with basic level text comprehension. This course aims at developing minimum level English proficiency expected from a recipient of higher education. Integration of four language skills are implemented towards the acquisition of correct English pronunciation and useful daily expressions in the target language, along with basic level text comprehension. This course aims at developing minimum level English proficiency expected from a recipient of higher education. Integration of four language skills are implemented towards the acquisition of correct English pronunciation and useful daily expressions in the target language, along with basic level text comprehension.

Course Type

Remarks

148

1223

PRACTICAL ENGLISH 1

2.0

3.0

All majors

Mon10-12(202), Wed10-12(202)

KATHERINE LLOYD

English

Theory

149

1220

PRACTICAL ENGLISH 1

2.0

3.0

All majors

Mon01-03(202), Wed01-03(202)

RACHEL STOTTS

English

Theory

150

1124

PRACTICAL ENGLISH 1

2.0

3.0

All majors

Mon04-06 1030-1200(102), Wed04-06 1030-1200(102)

PATRICK ROUSSEAU

English

Theory

151

1125

PRACTICAL ENGLISH 1

2.0

3.0

All majors

Mon07-09(102), Wed07-09(102)

DOUGLAS HOLDEN

English

Theory

152

1126

PRACTICAL ENGLISH 1

2.0

3.0

All majors

Mon10-12 1330-1500(102), Wed10-12 1330-1500(102)

AARON MARTINSON

English

Theory

153

1127

PRACTICAL ENGLISH 1

2.0

3.0

All majors

Mon13-15(102), Wed13-15(102)

JENNIFER EMMONS

English

Theory

154

1128

PRACTICAL ENGLISH 1

2.0

3.0

All majors

Tue01-03 0900-1030(102), Thu01-03 0900-1030(102)

KATHERINE LLOYD

English

Theory

155

1129

PRACTICAL ENGLISH 1

2.0

3.0

All majors

Tue04-06 1030-1200(102), Thu04-06 1030-1200(102)

KATHERINE LLOYD

English

Theory

- 17 -

No. Year

Category

Course No.

Course Name (Korean)

Course Name (English)

Credits

Hours

College/Department (Korean)

College/Department (English)

Time/Classroom

Professor

Language

Course Description
This course aims at developing minimum level English proficiency expected from a recipient of higher education. Integration of four language skills are implemented towards the acquisition of correct English pronunciation and useful daily expressions in the target language, along with basic level text comprehension. This course aims at developing minimum level English proficiency expected from a recipient of higher education. Integration of four language skills are implemented towards the acquisition of correct English pronunciation and useful daily expressions in the target language, along with basic level text comprehension. This course aims at developing minimum level English proficiency expected from a recipient of higher education. Integration of four language skills are implemented towards the acquisition of correct English pronunciation and useful daily expressions in the target language, along with basic level text comprehension. This course aims at developing minimum level English proficiency expected from a recipient of higher education. Integration of four language skills are implemented towards the acquisition of correct English pronunciation and useful daily expressions in the target language, along with basic level text comprehension. This course aims at developing minimum level English proficiency expected from a recipient of higher education. Integration of four language skills are implemented towards the acquisition of correct English pronunciation and useful daily expressions in the target language, along with basic level text comprehension. This course aims at developing minimum level English proficiency expected from a recipient of higher education. Integration of four language skills are implemented towards the acquisition of correct English pronunciation and useful daily expressions in the target language, along with basic level text comprehension. This course aims at developing minimum level English proficiency expected from a recipient of higher education. Integration of four language skills are implemented towards the acquisition of correct English pronunciation and useful daily expressions in the target language, along with basic level text comprehension. This course aims at developing minimum level English proficiency expected from a recipient of higher education. Integration of four language skills are implemented towards the acquisition of correct English pronunciation and useful daily expressions in the target language, along with basic level text comprehension.

Course Type

Remarks

156

1221

PRACTICAL ENGLISH 1

2.0

3.0

All majors

Mon04-06(202), Wed04-06(202)

KATHERINE LLOYD

English

Theory

157

1218

PRACTICAL ENGLISH 1

2.0

3.0

All majors

Fri01-06(201)

JENNIFER EMMONS

English

Theory

158

1216

PRACTICAL ENGLISH 1

2.0

3.0

All majors

Tue10-12(201), Thu10-12(201)

PATRICK ROUSSEAU

English

Theory

159

1217

PRACTICAL ENGLISH 1

2.0

3.0

All majors

Tue13-15(201), Thu13-15(201)

JONATHAN GREENER

English

Theory

160

1214

PRACTICAL ENGLISH 1

2.0

3.0

All majors

Tue04-06(201), Thu04-06(201)

AARON MARTINSON

English

Theory

161

1215

PRACTICAL ENGLISH 1

2.0

3.0

All majors

Tue07-09(201), Thu07-09(201)

KATHERINE LLOYD

English

Theory

162

1211

PRACTICAL ENGLISH 1

2.0

3.0

All majors

Mon13-15(201), Wed13-15(201)

STUART SHEIN

English

Theory

163

1213

PRACTICAL ENGLISH 1

2.0

3.0

All majors

Tue01-03(201), Thu01-03(201)

PATRICK ROUSSEAU

English

Theory

- 18 -

No. Year

Category

Course No.

Course Name (Korean)

Course Name (English)

Credits

Hours

College/Department (Korean)

College/Department (English)

Time/Classroom

Professor

Language

Course Description
This course aims at developing minimum level English proficiency expected from a recipient of higher education. Integration of four language skills are implemented towards the acquisition of correct English pronunciation and useful daily expressions in the target language, along with basic level text comprehension. This course aims at developing minimum level English proficiency expected from a recipient of higher education. Integration of four language skills are implemented towards the acquisition of correct English pronunciation and useful daily expressions in the target language, along with basic level text comprehension. This course aims at developing minimum level English proficiency expected from a recipient of higher education. Integration of four language skills are implemented towards the acquisition of correct English pronunciation and useful daily expressions in the target language, along with basic level text comprehension. This course aims at developing minimum level English proficiency expected from a recipient of higher education. Integration of four language skills are implemented towards the acquisition of correct English pronunciation and useful daily expressions in the target language, along with basic level text comprehension. This course aims at developing minimum level English proficiency expected from a recipient of higher education. Integration of four language skills are implemented towards the acquisition of correct English pronunciation and useful daily expressions in the target language, along with basic level text comprehension. This course aims at developing minimum level English proficiency expected from a recipient of higher education. Integration of four language skills are implemented towards the acquisition of correct English pronunciation and useful daily expressions in the target language, along with basic level text comprehension. This course aims at developing minimum level English proficiency expected from a recipient of higher education. Integration of four language skills are implemented towards the acquisition of correct English pronunciation and useful daily expressions in the target language, along with basic level text comprehension. This course aims at developing minimum level English proficiency expected from a recipient of higher education. Integration of four language skills are implemented towards the acquisition of correct English pronunciation and useful daily expressions in the target language, along with basic level text comprehension.

Course Type

Remarks

164

1209

PRACTICAL ENGLISH 1

2.0

3.0

All majors

Mon07-09(201), Wed07-09(201)

JEREMY GOFF

English

Theory

165

1210

PRACTICAL ENGLISH 1

2.0

3.0

All majors

Mon10-12(201), Wed10-12(201)

MICHAEL DIRKS

English

Theory

166

1207

PRACTICAL ENGLISH 1

2.0

3.0

All majors

Mon01-03(201), Wed01-03(201)

JASON YU

English

Theory

167

1208

PRACTICAL ENGLISH 1

2.0

3.0

All majors

Mon04-06(201), Wed04-06(201)

JASON YU

English

Theory

168

1205

PRACTICAL ENGLISH 1

2.0

3.0

All majors

Fri01-06(114)

JONATHAN GREENER

English

Theory

169

1206

PRACTICAL ENGLISH 1

2.0

3.0

All majors

Fri07-12(114)

DOUGLAS HOLDEN

English

Theory

170

1203

PRACTICAL ENGLISH 1

2.0

3.0

All majors

Tue10-12(114), Thu10-12(114)

JEREMY GOFF

English

Theory

171

1204

PRACTICAL ENGLISH 1

2.0

3.0

All majors

Tue13-15(114), Thu13-15(114)

MATTHEW GROSS

English

Theory

- 19 -

No. Year

Category

Course No.

Course Name (Korean)

Course Name (English)

Credits

Hours

College/Department (Korean)

College/Department (English)

Time/Classroom

Professor

Language

Course Description
This course aims at developing minimum level English proficiency expected from a recipient of higher education. Integration of four language skills are implemented towards the acquisition of correct English pronunciation and useful daily expressions in the target language, along with basic level text comprehension. This course aims at developing minimum level English proficiency expected from a recipient of higher education. Integration of four language skills are implemented towards the acquisition of correct English pronunciation and useful daily expressions in the target language, along with basic level text comprehension. This course aims at developing minimum level English proficiency expected from a recipient of higher education. Integration of four language skills are implemented towards the acquisition of correct English pronunciation and useful daily expressions in the target language, along with basic level text comprehension. This course aims at developing minimum level English proficiency expected from a recipient of higher education. Integration of four language skills are implemented towards the acquisition of correct English pronunciation and useful daily expressions in the target language, along with basic level text comprehension. This course aims at developing minimum level English proficiency expected from a recipient of higher education. Integration of four language skills are implemented towards the acquisition of correct English pronunciation and useful daily expressions in the target language, along with basic level text comprehension. This course aims at developing minimum level English proficiency expected from a recipient of higher education. Integration of four language skills are implemented towards the acquisition of correct English pronunciation and useful daily expressions in the target language, along with basic level text comprehension. This course aims at developing minimum level English proficiency expected from a recipient of higher education. Integration of four language skills are implemented towards the acquisition of correct English pronunciation and useful daily expressions in the target language, along with basic level text comprehension. This course aims at developing minimum level English proficiency expected from a recipient of higher education. Integration of four language skills are implemented towards the acquisition of correct English pronunciation and useful daily expressions in the target language, along with basic level text comprehension.

Course Type

Remarks

172

1201

PRACTICAL ENGLISH 1

2.0

3.0

All majors

Tue04-06(114), Thu04-06(114)

MICHAEL DIRKS

English

Theory

173

1202

PRACTICAL ENGLISH 1

2.0

3.0

All majors

Tue07-09(114), Thu07-09(114)

STUART SHEIN

English

Theory

174

1199

PRACTICAL ENGLISH 1

2.0

3.0

All majors

Mon13-15(114), Wed13-15(114)

ANTHONY HANF

English

Theory

175

1149

PRACTICAL ENGLISH 1

2.0

3.0

All majors

Tue07-09 1200-1330(102), Thu07-09 1200-1330(102)

MATTHEW GROSS

English

Theory

176

1200

PRACTICAL ENGLISH 1

2.0

3.0

All majors

Tue01-03(114), Thu01-03(114)

GEORGE SKUSE

English

Theory

177

1219

PRACTICAL ENGLISH 1

2.0

3.0

All majors

Fri07-12(201)

JASON YU

English

Theory

178

1197

PRACTICAL ENGLISH 1

2.0

3.0

All majors

Mon07-09(114), Wed07-09(114)

AARON MARTINSON

English

Theory

179

1198

PRACTICAL ENGLISH 1

2.0

3.0

All majors

Mon10-12(114), Wed10-12(114)

JONATHAN GREENER

English

Theory

- 20 -

No. Year

Category

Course No.

Course Name (Korean)

Course Name (English)

Credits

Hours

College/Department (Korean)

College/Department (English)

Time/Classroom

Professor

Language

Course Description
This course aims at developing minimum level English proficiency expected from a recipient of higher education. Integration of four language skills are implemented towards the acquisition of correct English pronunciation and useful daily expressions in the target language, along with basic level text comprehension. This course aims at developing minimum level English proficiency expected from a recipient of higher education. Integration of four language skills are implemented towards the acquisition of correct English pronunciation and useful daily expressions in the target language, along with basic level text comprehension. This course aims at developing minimum level English proficiency expected from a recipient of higher education. Integration of four language skills are implemented towards the acquisition of correct English pronunciation and useful daily expressions in the target language, along with basic level text comprehension. This course aims at developing minimum level English proficiency expected from a recipient of higher education. Integration of four language skills are implemented towards the acquisition of correct English pronunciation and useful daily expressions in the target language, along with basic level text comprehension. This course aims at developing minimum level English proficiency expected from a recipient of higher education. Integration of four language skills are implemented towards the acquisition of correct English pronunciation and useful daily expressions in the target language, along with basic level text comprehension. This course aims at developing minimum level English proficiency expected from a recipient of higher education. Integration of four language skills are implemented towards the acquisition of correct English pronunciation and useful daily expressions in the target language, along with basic level text comprehension. This course aims at developing minimum level English proficiency expected from a recipient of higher education. Integration of four language skills are implemented towards the acquisition of correct English pronunciation and useful daily expressions in the target language, along with basic level text comprehension. This course aims at developing minimum level English proficiency expected from a recipient of higher education. Integration of four language skills are implemented towards the acquisition of correct English pronunciation and useful daily expressions in the target language, along with basic level text comprehension.

Course Type

Remarks

180

1195

PRACTICAL ENGLISH 1

2.0

3.0

All majors

Mon01-03(114), Wed01-03(114)

PATRICK ROUSSEAU

English

Theory

181

1196

PRACTICAL ENGLISH 1

2.0

3.0

All majors

Mon04-06(114), Wed04-06(114)

ANTHONY HANF

English

Theory

182

1193

PRACTICAL ENGLISH 1

2.0

3.0

All majors

Fri01-06(111)

EMORY MCKEE

English

Theory

183

1194

PRACTICAL ENGLISH 1

2.0

3.0

All majors

Fri07-12(111)

MATTHEW GROSS

English

Theory

184

1239

PRACTICAL ENGLISH 1

2.0

3.0

All majors

Tue07-09(203), Thu07-09(203)

JENNIFER EMMONS

English

Theory

185

1243

PRACTICAL ENGLISH 1

2.0

3.0

All majors

Fri07-12(203)

JEREMY GOFF

English

Theory

186

1191

PRACTICAL ENGLISH 1

2.0

3.0

All majors

Tue10-12(111), Thu10-12(111)

MICHAEL DIRKS

English

Theory

187

1192

PRACTICAL ENGLISH 1

2.0

3.0

All majors

Tue13-15(111), Thu13-15(111)

GEORGE SKUSE

English

Theory

- 21 -

No. Year

Category

Course No.

Course Name (Korean)

Course Name (English)

Credits

Hours

College/Department (Korean)

College/Department (English)

Time/Classroom

Professor

Language

Course Description
This course aims at developing minimum level English proficiency expected from a recipient of higher education. Integration of four language skills are implemented towards the acquisition of correct English pronunciation and useful daily expressions in the target language, along with basic level text comprehension. This course aims at developing minimum level English proficiency expected from a recipient of higher education. Integration of four language skills are implemented towards the acquisition of correct English pronunciation and useful daily expressions in the target language, along with basic level text comprehension. This course aims at developing minimum level English proficiency expected from a recipient of higher education. Integration of four language skills are implemented towards the acquisition of correct English pronunciation and useful daily expressions in the target language, along with basic level text comprehension. This course aims at developing minimum level English proficiency expected from a recipient of higher education. Integration of four language skills are implemented towards the acquisition of correct English pronunciation and useful daily expressions in the target language, along with basic level text comprehension. This course aims at developing minimum level English proficiency expected from a recipient of higher education. Integration of four language skills are implemented towards the acquisition of correct English pronunciation and useful daily expressions in the target language, along with basic level text comprehension. This course aims at developing minimum level English proficiency expected from a recipient of higher education. Integration of four language skills are implemented towards the acquisition of correct English pronunciation and useful daily expressions in the target language, along with basic level text comprehension. This course aims at developing minimum level English proficiency expected from a recipient of higher education. Integration of four language skills are implemented towards the acquisition of correct English pronunciation and useful daily expressions in the target language, along with basic level text comprehension. This course aims at developing minimum level English proficiency expected from a recipient of higher education. Integration of four language skills are implemented towards the acquisition of correct English pronunciation and useful daily expressions in the target language, along with basic level text comprehension.

Course Type

Remarks

188

1189

PRACTICAL ENGLISH 1

2.0

3.0

All majors

Tue04-06(111), Thu04-06(111)

EMORY MCKEE

English

Theory

189

1190

PRACTICAL ENGLISH 1

2.0

3.0

All majors

Tue07-09(111), Thu07-09(111)

AARON MARTINSON

English

Theory

190

1187

PRACTICAL ENGLISH 1

2.0

3.0

All majors

Mon13-15(111), Wed13-15(111)

JONATHAN GREENER

English

Theory

191

1188

PRACTICAL ENGLISH 1

2.0

3.0

All majors

Tue01-03(111), Thu01-03(111)

ANTHONY HANF

English

Theory

192

1185

PRACTICAL ENGLISH 1

2.0

3.0

All majors

Mon07-09(111), Wed07-09(111)

JONATHAN GREENER

English

Theory

193

1186

PRACTICAL ENGLISH 1

2.0

3.0

All majors

Mon10-12(111), Wed10-12(111)

MATTHEW GROSS

English

Theory

194

1183

PRACTICAL ENGLISH 1

2.0

3.0

All majors

Mon01-03(111), Wed01-03(111)

GEORGE SKUSE

English

Theory

195

1184

PRACTICAL ENGLISH 1

2.0

3.0

All majors

Mon04-06(111), Wed04-06(111)

GEORGE SKUSE

English

Theory

- 22 -

No. Year

Category

Course No.

Course Name (Korean)

Course Name (English)

Credits

Hours

College/Department (Korean)

College/Department (English)

Time/Classroom

Professor

Language

Course Description
This course aims at developing minimum level English proficiency expected from a recipient of higher education. Integration of four language skills are implemented towards the acquisition of correct English pronunciation and useful daily expressions in the target language, along with basic level text comprehension. This course aims at developing minimum level English proficiency expected from a recipient of higher education. Integration of four language skills are implemented towards the acquisition of correct English pronunciation and useful daily expressions in the target language, along with basic level text comprehension. This course aims at developing minimum level English proficiency expected from a recipient of higher education. Integration of four language skills are implemented towards the acquisition of correct English pronunciation and useful daily expressions in the target language, along with basic level text comprehension. General understanding and practice of the slip casting production processes. For mold casted production we learn to the various casting techniques. Plannings of ideas for well designed ceramic products, are associated with marketing activities. General understanding and practice of the slip casting production processes. For mold casted production we learn to the various casting techniques. Plannings of ideas for well designed ceramic products, are associated with marketing activities. Imaging, creative ideas through a process that can lead to the process, learn and understands the process of production and building forms with clay technology is targeted. This course provides students access to latest technology and rapidly developing both software and hardware. Assignments often focus on consumer product design and students can expand into new materials. Students will also stress from the very beginning of planning to finish the craft products. This will train the students and enhance their ability to think more logically. These courses are continued courses for Digital crafts Research 1, 2 courses. Based on Digital Crafts Research 1, 2 courses experiences, students will produce digital portfolio as their final project. In order to accomplish such a goal, students will expand their experience, knowledge and insight through finding their own identity. Digital Crafts Studio 2 course is continuation of Digital Crafts Studio 1 course. Hence, students are encouraged to take courses in sequence.

Course Type

Remarks

196

1181

PRACTICAL ENGLISH 1

2.0

3.0

All majors

Fri01-06(102)

GEORGE SKUSE

English

Theory

197

1182

PRACTICAL ENGLISH 1

2.0

3.0

All majors

Fri07-12(102)

RACHEL STOTTS

English

Theory

198

1180

PRACTICAL ENGLISH 1

2.0

3.0

All majors

Tue13-15 1500-1630(102), Thu13-15 1500-1630(102)

JENNIFER EMMONS

English

Theory

199

3862

CERAMIC PRODUCTS 2

2.0

3.0

ARTS & CRAFTS

Fri11-16 1400-1700 (2)

English

Experiment + Practice

200

3598

CERAMIC PRODUCTS 2

2.0

3.0

ARTS & CRAFTS

Mon11-16 1400-1700 (2)

English

Experiment + Practice

201

3601

FORMATIVE RESEARCH 2

3.0

4.0

ARTS & CRAFTS

Tue11-18 1400-1800 ()

English

Experiment + Practice

202

3591

DIGITAL CRAFTS RESEARCH 2

2.0

3.0

ARTS & CRAFTS

Fri11-16 1400-1700(304)

English

Experiment + Practice

203

3592

DIGITAL CRAFTS STUDIO 2

3.0

4.0

ARTS & CRAFTS

Mon11-18 1400-1800 ()

English

Experiment + Practice

- 23 -

No. Year

Category

Course No.

Course Name (Korean)

Course Name (English)

Credits

Hours

College/Department (Korean)

College/Department (English)

Time/Classroom

Professor

Language

Course Description
This course teaches students how to control basic materials and fabrication techniques for metal in order to attain proficiency in creative production ability and the ability to express three-dimensional sense and forms through various techniques. Students practice with understanding the process of formation and how firing happens by studying the purpose of applying glaze and mixing ceramic materials. Discovering new glazes and studying effective firings can be applied to various ceramic works. This class continues the exploration of basic hand-built techniques with a greater focus on conceptual information. The objective for these series(Design English 1,2,3,4) of subjects is to help students to make design presentations in English freely. The objective for these series(Design English 1,2,3,4) of subjects is to help students to make design presentations in English freely. The objective for these series(Design English 1,2,3,4) of subjects is to help students to make design presentations in English freely. The objective for these series(Design English 1,2,3,4) of subjects is to help students to make design presentations in English freely. The objective for these series(Design English 1,2,3,4) of subjects is to help students to make design presentations in English freely. The objective for these series(Design English 1,2,3,4) of subjects is to help students to make design presentations in English freely. The objective for these series(Design English 1,2,3,4) of subjects is to help students to make design presentations in English freely. With integrated understanding to product design, space design, interaction design, and design culture, students propose creative design and exhibit the final output. Studnets understand interaction with the view point of creating user experience, and explore and experiment interaction design applied to space and product. On the basis of interface concept, students learn principles and theories of user, usability evaluation, and study interface design for product and space. Understanding of typography as visual communication language. Specially Focusing on digital typography.

Course Type

Remarks

204

3589

BASIC JEWELRY 2

2.0

3.0

ARTS & CRAFTS

Wed11-16 1400-1700 ()

English

Experiment + Practice

205

3501

GLAZE AND FIRING

3.0

4.0

ARTS & CRAFTS

Wed01-08 0900-1300 (2)

English

Experiment + Practice

206

0086

BASIC CERAMIC ART AND DESIGN 2

3.0

4.0

ARTS & CRAFTS

Mon01-08 0900-1300 (1) Wed01-06 0900-1200(403)

English

Theory + Practice Theory + Practice Theory + Practice Theory + Practice Theory + Practice Theory + Practice Theory + Practice Theory + Practice Theory + Practice Theory + Practice

207

2998

DESIGN ENGLISH 2

2.0

3.0

INDUSTRIAL DESIGN

English

208

2996

DESIGN ENGLISH 2

2.0

3.0

INDUSTRIAL DESIGN

Fri03-08 1000-1300(402)

English

209

2997

DESIGN ENGLISH 2

2.0

3.0

INDUSTRIAL DESIGN

Mon01-06 0900-1200(403)

English

210

2994

DESIGN ENGLISH 4

2.0

3.0

INDUSTRIAL DESIGN INDUSTRIAL DESIGN INDUSTRIAL DESIGN INDUSTRIAL DESIGN

Mon09-14(403)

UNKNOWN

English

211

2995

DESIGN ENGLISH 4

2.0

3.0

Mon03-08(402)

English

212

2034

DESIGN ENGLISH 4

2.0

3.0

Thu03-08 1000-1300(414) Fri11-16 1400-1700(402)

English

213

2035

DESIGN ENGLISH 2

2.0

3.0

English

214

3506

A2

DESIGN STUDIO A2

3.0

4.0

INDUSTRIAL DESIGN

Thu03-10 1000-1400(701)

English

215

3505

INTERACTION DESIGN2

3.0

4.0

INDUSTRIAL DESIGN

Tue11-18 1400-1800(715)

English

216

3497

INTERFACE DESIGN

3.0

4.0

INDUSTRIAL DESIGN

Wed03-10 1000-1400(715)

English

Theory + Practice Theory + Practice

217

4138

TYPOGRAPHY 2

3.0

4.0

COMMUNICATION DESIGN

Wed11-18 1400-1800(821)

English

- 24 -

No. Year

Category

Course No.
3608

Course Name (Korean)


2

Course Name (English)


TYPOGRAPHY 2 TEXTILE BUSINESS ENGLISH

Credits

Hours

College/Department (Korean)

College/Department (English)
COMMUNICATION DESIGN TEXTILE DESIGN

Time/Classroom
Wed01-08 0900-1300(821) Thu05-08 1100-1300(501) Fri01-08 0900-1300(520)

Professor

Language

Course Description
Understanding of typography as visual communication language. Specially Focusing on digital typography. Practices business English in various situations which are important in textile industry Students will develop their technical skills including the investigation of yarns and finishing techniques, cloth handling and weight to advance woven fabrics. Students explore technical, conceptual issues and innovative uses of materials for constructed textile design based on their identity. Students will acquire their knowledge, skill and critique of professional Dyeing process for the superior textile industry.. Students are encouraged to have experience of real market through internship. This course is designed to allow students to explore various textile materials and techniques to develop creative and new textile materials. Students will create artistic commercial textile products using their own textile materials collection for the graduation exhibition Through experimentation with various computer software,students will practice design process including idea development and printing. Researching Film Styles and Changes through the World Cinema History. Understanding film producing in the professoinal point of view from an idea to distribution. Analysis and criticism on film directing style, mise en scene and montage. Emphasis on the business of the Film Industry for the domestic and the international. Training the basic video art

Course Type
Theory + Practice Theory Theory + Practice Theory + Practice Theory + Practice Theory + Practice Theory + Practice Theory + Practice Theory + Practice Theory Theory + Practice Theory Theory Theory + Practice Theory + Practice Theory + Practice Theory + Practice Theory + Practice

Remarks

218

3.0

4.0

English

219

3538

2.0

2.0

English

220

3533

WEAVING DESIGN 2

3.0

4.0

TEXTILE DESIGN

English

221

3535

CONSTRUCTED TEXTILE STUDY

3.0

4.0

TEXTILE DESIGN

Wed11-18 1400-1800(520) Tue11-18 1400-1800(520) Thu11-18 1400-1800(520) Thu01-08 0900-1300(521) Wed11-18 1400-1800(523) Fri03-08 1000-1300(304) Mon01-06 0900-1200(413) Tue01-08 0900-1300(412) Fri11-16 1400-1700(403) Tue19-21 1815-2030(402) Wed01-08 0900-1300(222) Tue03-10 1000-1400(309) Fri03-10 1000-1400(222) Wed09-16 1300-1700(222) Mon11-18 1400-1800(222)

English

222

3531

KNIT 1

3.0

4.0

TEXTILE DESIGN

English

223

3530

FIELD STUDY

3.0

4.0

TEXTILE DESIGN

English

224

3525

TEXTILES APPLICATION TEXTILE MATERIAL PROJECT 2

3.0

4.0

TEXTILE DESIGN

English

225

3539

2 DESKTOP DESIGN 2

3.0

4.0

TEXTILE DESIGN

English

226

3492

DESKTOP DESIGN 2

2.0

3.0

TEXTILE DESIGN

English

227

2041

WORLD CINEMA HISTORY FILM PRODUCING FILM ANALYSIS SEMINAR BUSINESS OF THE FILM INDUSTRY DIGITAL EDITING IMPROVED TWO DIMENSIONAL STUDIES 2 AVID EDITING

3.0

3.0

FILM

English

228 229 230

4 3 3

3578 3575 3576

3.0 3.0 3.0

4.0 3.0 3.0

FILM FILM FILM CONTEMPORARY ARTS CONTEMPORARY ARTS CONTEMPORARY ARTS CONTEMPORARY ARTS CONTEMPORARY ARTS

English English English

231

3165

3.0

4.0

English

232

3545

3.0

4.0

English

Reconstructing the structure of picture plane through various Material Studying the Advanced Editing Tech. with AVID Training the basic video art

233

3553

AVID

3.0

4.0

English

234

3541

DIGITAL EDITING

3.0

4.0

English

235

3546

SPECIAL EFFECT

3.0

4.0

English

Studying the Special Effect in video art

- 25 -

No. Year

Category

Course No.
3544

Course Name (Korean)


2

Course Name (English)


MIXED MEDIA STUDIES 2 DIGITAL WORKSHOP 2 DIGITAL WORKSHOP 2 DRAWING 2

Credits

Hours

College/Department (Korean)

College/Department (English)
CONTEMPORARY ARTS CONTEMPORARY ARTS CONTEMPORARY ARTS CONTEMPORARY ARTS BIOLOGICAL SCIENCES

Time/Classroom
Wed01-08 0900-1300(308) Tue03-08 1000-1300(222) Tue11-16 1400-1700(222) Fri03-08 1000-1300(310) Wed01-03 0900-1030(B104), Fri10-12 1330-1500(B104)

Professor

Language

Course Description

Course Type
Theory + Practice Theory + Practice Theory + Practice Theory + Practice Theory

Remarks

236

3.0

4.0

English

Studying the hybrid Assemblage of Things Intermediate Digital Workshop required by the major Intermediate Digital Workshop required by the major Fundamental training of basic Drawing This course covers topics on cellular membrane, cell cycle, cytoskeletions, cellular organelles, and signal transduction. The microstructure of cells, the basic unit of organisms, would be instructed in a broad field for the understanding of normal life phenomena and of the mechanism of pathogenesis. Through the interactive instructions of cell-functions in each suborgans, the basic concepts in various life phenomena which occurr in the cell would be understood. Toxicology deals with the fundamental principle, mechanism of toxic action, historical background, and ultimate goal to protect humans from the exposure to toxic substances. As cause of diseases, toxicants such as carcinogens, mutagens, teratogens, and organ-specific toxicants will be studied in terms of theis mechanistic role during disease development. Toxicology will be also focused on human safety and risk assessment. Introduction to principles in neurobiology, including cellular, anatomical, molecular and developmental aspect of the nervous system(CNS, PNS), signalling within and between nerve cells and sense organs. The roles of genes involved in nervous system will be studied. Studies of human cells and system that construct human body and abilities of various organs that are made from cells. Moreover, human actions, learning skills, hereditary characters and cancer which are the recent matters of concern are lectured. Topics on this course will be production and storage of energy in a cell, degradation and biosythesis of carbohydrates, lipid, amino acid, and nucleic acid. This course is intended as an introductory text for use in immunology courses for advanced undergraduate biology students, pre-medical students, and graduate students who want to know more about the immune system. It attempts to present the field of immunology from a consistent viewpoint, that of the host's interaction with an environment containing many species of potentialy harmful microbes.

237

0071

2.0

3.0

English

238

0328

2.0

3.0

English

239

0331

3.0

3.0

, ,

English

240

2114

CELL BIOLOGY

3.0

3.0

English

241

2160

MOLECULAR BIOLOGY OF THE CELL

3.0

3.0

BIOLOGICAL SCIENCES

Wed10-12 1330-1500(B104), Fri01-03 0900-1030(B104)

, ,

English

Theory

242

3735

GENERAL TOXICOLOGY

3.0

3.0

BIOLOGICAL SCIENCES

Wed06-08 1130-1300(B103), Fri13-15 1500-1630(B107)

English

Theory

243

3733

NEUROBIOLOGY

3.0

3.0

BIOLOGICAL SCIENCES

Mon01-03 0900-1030(B101), Fri10-12 1330-1500(B101)

English

Theory

244

3734

HUMAN BIOLOGY

3.0

3.0

BIOLOGICAL SCIENCES

Mon01-03 0900-1030(B107), Fri01-03 0900-1030(B107) Mon01-03 0900-1030(B104), Tue10-12 1330-1500(B104)

English

Theory

b-learning

245

3732

BIOCHEMISTRY 2

3.0

3.0

BIOLOGICAL SCIENCES

English

Theory

246

3726

IMMUNOLOGY

3.0

3.0

BIOLOGICAL SCIENCES

Mon14-16 1530-1700(B104), Wed01-03 0900-1030(B107)

English

Theory

- 26 -

No. Year

Category

Course No.

Course Name (Korean)

Course Name (English)

Credits

Hours

College/Department (Korean)

College/Department (English)

Time/Classroom

Professor

Language

Course Description
Biochemistry Chemistry of constituents of living organisms, chemical basis of their roles in biochemical processes and a discussion of protein structure and function, enzyme catalysis, biochemical reaction mechanism, metabolic control, biosyntheis of biomacromolecules and genetic information transmission. It covers basic concepts and computation of differential geometry. The main topics are Gaussian curvature and mean curvature, and Gauss-Bonnet theorem. It covers topological classification of 2-dimensional surfaces, fundamental groups, and, covering spaces, It also discusses geometric classification of universal covering spaces over 2-dimensional surfaces. Lagrange and Hamiltonian dynamics, variational methods, normal modes, central force motion, and mechanics of continuous media. Prerequisite: Introduction to Classical Mechanics.

Course Type

Remarks

247

4100

BIOCHEMISTRY II

3.0

3.0

BIOLOGICAL SCIENCES

Mon10-12 1330-1500(B104), Tue01-03 0900-1030(B104)

English

Theory

248

3760

INTRODUCTION TO DIFFERENTIAL GEOMETRY 2

3.0

3.0

MATHEMATICS

Tue04-06 1030-1200(B107), Thu04-06 1030-1200(B107) Mon04-06 1030-1200(B107), Wed04-06 1030-1200(B107) Tue15-18 1600-1800(B101), Thu03-06 1000-1200(B101) Mon00 0800-0900(409), Tue00 0800-0900(409), Wed00 0800-0900(409), Fri00 0800-0900(409), Fri17-19 1700-1900(409)

English

Theory

249

3752

GEOMETRY OF SURFACES

3.0

3.0

MATHEMATICS

English

Theory

250

3699

ADVANCED CLASSICAL MECHANICS

3.0

4.0

PHYSICS

English

Theory + Practice

251

3709

EXPERIMENTS ON ADVANCED PHYSICS 2

3.0

6.0

PHYSICS

English

Advanced fields in modern physics including superconductor, semiconductor, dielectrics, phase transition, particle physics, and relativity, will be discussed. Students will have an opportunity to perform the related experiments or computer simulations.

Experiment + Practice

252

2269

ORGANIC CHEMISTRY II

3.0

3.0

CHEMISTRY

Mon04-06 1030-1200(201), Wed01-03 0900-1030(B101)

English

While the first half of the two semester courses deals with the basic principles of aliphatic compounds, and the second half focuses on the fundamentals related to the structures of cyclic and aromatic compounds and their chemical and physical properties and the synthesis and reaction of organic compounds with functional groups including hydroxyl, carbonyl, amine, aldehydes, and phenol. Analytical Chemistry The principles and techniques of chemical analysis ; volumetric, gravimetric and instrumental analysis. Biochemistry Chemistry of constituents of living organisms, chemical basis of their roles in biochemical processes and a discussion of protein structure and function, enzyme catalysis, biochemical reaction mechanism, metabolic control, biosyntheis of biomacromolecules and genetic information transmission. Physical Chemistry Lab A discussion of physical chemistry problems and their solution pertaining to the material, and also practice on basic physico-chemical laboratory techniques; determination of some of the fundamental physical properties and experimental verification of the chemical principles.

Theory

253

2120

ANALYTICAL CHEMISTRY 2

3.0

3.0

CHEMISTRY

Mon01-03 0900-1030(B102), Thu01-03 0900-1030(B102)

English

Theory

254

2121

BIOCHEMISTRY II

3.0

3.0

CHEMISTRY

Mon07-09 1200-1330(B102), Thu07-09 1200-1330(B102)

English

Theory

255

3228

PHYSICAL CHEMISTRY LAB 2

1.0

2.0

CHEMISTRY

Fri14-17 1530-1730(709)

English

Experiment + Practice

- 27 -

No. Year

Category

Course No.

Course Name (Korean)

Course Name (English)

Credits

Hours

College/Department (Korean)

College/Department (English)

Time/Classroom
Mon00 0800-0900(615), Tue00 0800-0900(615), Wed00 0800-0900(615), Wed19 1815-1900(615), Fri00 0800-0900(615), Fri19 1815-1900(615) Thu10-12 1330-1500(B102), Fri04-06 1030-1200(B102)

Professor

Language

Course Description

Course Type

Remarks

256

3722

ADVANCED CHEMICAL EXPERIMENT

3.0

6.0

CHEMISTRY

English

Learning research procedures, methdologies and related experimental techniques in chemical research and understanding recent trends in chemical research by carrying out an experimental research in selected recent topics.

Experiment + Practice

257

3717

PHYSICAL CHEMISTRY III

3.0

3.0

CHEMISTRY

English

Physical Chemistry A systematic treatment of the fundamental principles of physical chemistry; the state of matter, thermodynamics, phase equilibria, and chemical equilibria are covered. Advanced Materials Chemistry Various organic and inorganic advanced materials which is currently important in many applications will be studied in this lecture. Chemi-physical theories and technical aspects will be also covered by dealing with synthesis, structure and characterization of the advanced materials. Physical Chemistry Lab A discussion of physical chemistry problems and their solution pertaining to the material, and also practice on basic physico-chemical laboratory techniques; determination of some of the fundamental physical properties and experimental verification of the chemical principles. Topics in Inorganic Chemistry A discussion of inorganic biochemistry, ligand field theory, molecular orbital theory, and structure determination. Obtain a chemistry related knowledge to understand the chemical phenomena in the environmental multimedia. Flow velocity, relative humidity, and temperature measurement with thermocouples, hygrometers, and hot-wires. Basic understanding of thermo fluid dynamics and application them to practical fields. Flow velocity, relative humidity, and temperature measurement with thermocouples, hygrometers, and hot-wires. Basic understanding of thermo fluid dynamics and application them to practical fields. Flow velocity, relative humidity, and temperature measurement with thermocouples, hygrometers, and hot-wires. Basic understanding of thermo fluid dynamics and application them to practical fields. Introduction to future robots including service robots, medical robots and military robots; Theoretical and practical aspects of industrial robots; Mechanism, dynamics, control, programming language, interfacing, and computer vision, software practice; Robot application examples.

Theory

258

3723

ADVANCED MATERIALS CHEMISTRY

3.0

3.0

CHEMISTRY

Tue04-06 1030-1200(B102), Wed13-15 1500-1630(B102)

English

Theory

259

3718

PHYSICAL CHEMISTRY LAB 2

1.0

2.0

CHEMISTRY

Fri10-13 1330-1530(709)

English

Experiment + Practice

260

3716

ADVANCED INORGANIC CHEMISTRY ENVIRONMENTAL CHEMISTRY

3.0

3.0

CHEMISTRY

Mon10-12 1330-1500(B102), Wed10-12 1330-1500(B102) Wed07-09 1200-1330(B102), Thu10-12 1330-1500(B101)

English

Theory

261

3721

3.0

3.0

CHEMISTRY

English

Theory

262

2690

MECHANICAL ENGINEERING LAB. 2

1.0

2.0

MECHANICAL ENGINEERING

Fri13-16(E104)

English

Experiment + Practice

b-learning

263

2691

MECHANICAL ENGINEERING LAB. 2

1.0

2.0

MECHANICAL ENGINEERING

Fri17-19(E104)

English

Experiment + Practice

b-learning

264

2005

MECHANICAL ENGINEERING LAB. 2

1.0

2.0

MECHANICAL ENGINEERING

Fri15-16 1600-1700(B552), Fri17-18 1700-1800(B155)

English

Experiment + Practice

b-learning

265

3140

ROBOTICS

3.0

3.0

MECHANICAL ENGINEERING

Mon15-17 1600-1730(A303), Wed15-17 1600-1730(A303)

English

Theory

- 28 -

No. Year

Category

Course No.

Course Name (Korean)

Course Name (English)

Credits

Hours

College/Department (Korean)

College/Department (English)

Time/Classroom

Professor

Language

Course Description
Newtonian dynamics of a particle, system of particles, and rigid bodies. Kinematics covers motion analysis of position, velocity, and acceleration. Kinetics is based on the Newton's second law, work-energy principle, and impulse-momentum principle. Practice in design methods for some important elements: gear rotation equipment, coil spring, strength of shaft, leaf spring control, torsion bar, and others. Topics cover Fluid mechanics and Thermodynamics with emphasis on basic principles used in the energy sciences and their application in engineering systems. prerequisite: Fluid mechanics, Thermodynamics, intermediate calculus. Performing the full procedures of design and manufacturing for some selective topics based on the introductory and application courses. Team project to apply the knowledge about the major field. This is an introductory - level course to mechatronics and measurement systems. Topics include electronic components, system respose, data acquisition, sensors, and actuators. Stress-strain relationships for elastic behavior, elementary theory of plasticity, dislocation theory, strengthening mechanism, fracture mechanical behavior of composite materials, fatigue, creep and stress rupture, impact fracture. This is an introductory - level course to mechatronics and measurement systems. Topics include electronic components, system respose, data acquisition, sensors, and actuators. Topics cover Fluid mechanics and Thermodynamics with emphasis on basic principles used in the energy sciences and their application in engineering systems. prerequisite: Fluid mechanics, Thermodynamics, intermediate calculus. Newtonian dynamics of a particle, system of particles, and rigid bodies. Kinematics covers motion analysis of position, velocity, and acceleration. Kinetics is based on the Newton's second law, work-energy principle, and impulse-momentum principle. Practice in design methods for some important elements: gear rotation equipment, coil spring, strength of shaft, leaf spring control, torsion bar, and others. Energy and its relationship to matter including the development of the three basic equations(energy, entropy, and property equations) and their applications to a wide range of engineering problems.

Course Type

Remarks

266

3139

DYNAMICS

3.0

3.0

MECHANICAL ENGINEERING

Mon04-06 1030-1200(B552), Wed04-06 1030-1200(B552) Mon19-20 1815-1945(1102), Thu03-06 1000-1200(A406) Mon01-03 0900-1030(B552), Tue01-03 0900-1030(B552) Mon07-08 1200-1300(A406), Tue00 0800-0900(A406), Wed00 0800-0900(A406) Tue02-05 0930-1130(B554), Thu13-16 1500-1700(B170-1)

English

Theory

267

3144

APPLICATION OF MACHINE DESIGN

3.0

4.0

MECHANICAL ENGINEERING

English

Theory + Practice

b-learning

268

3143

HEAT TRANSFER

3.0

3.0

MECHANICAL ENGINEERING

English

Theory

269

3153

PROJECT DESIGN

2.0

3.0

MECHANICAL ENGINEERING

English

Theory + Practice

270

3152

MEASUREMENT SYSTEM DESIGN

3.0

4.0

MECHANICAL ENGINEERING

English

Theory + Practice

271

3155

APPLIED MECHANICS OF MATERIALS

3.0

3.0

MECHANICAL ENGINEERING

Wed13-18 1500-1800(B554)

English

Theory

272

3786

MEASUREMENT SYSTEM DESIGN

3.0

4.0

MECHANICAL ENGINEERING

Tue06-09 1130-1330(B554), Thu17-19 1700-1900(B170-1)

English

Theory + Practice

273

4039

HEAT TRANSFER

3.0

3.0

MECHANICAL ENGINEERING

Thu11-16 1400-1700(B552)

English

Theory

274

4038

DYNAMICS

3.0

3.0

MECHANICAL ENGINEERING

Mon10-12 1330-1500(A406), Wed10-12 1330-1500(A406) Tue19-20 1815-1945(1102), Thu09-12 1300-1500(A406)

English

Theory

275

4292

APPLICATION OF MACHINE DESIGN

3.0

4.0

MECHANICAL ENGINEERING

English

Theory + Practice

b-learning

276

4028

THERMODYNAMICS

3.0

3.0

MECHANICAL ENGINEERING

Fri09-14 1300-1600(B552)

English

Theory

b-learning

- 29 -

No. Year

Category

Course No.

Course Name (Korean)

Course Name (English)

Credits

Hours

College/Department (Korean)

College/Department (English)

Time/Classroom

Professor

Language

Course Description
It studies methods of finding approximate solutions of mathematically expressed problems. Main topics are solution of equations, interpolation, numerical differentiation and integration, and algorithms of a system of linear equations. It studies methods of finding approximate solutions of mathematically expressed problems. Main topics are solution of equations, interpolation, numerical differentiation and integration, and algorithms of a system of linear equations. Pre-production will be performed based on the analysis of Electric Design Project 1. Sole role will be assigned to each individual to finalize his/her project to show its economics based electrical performance and reliability. In this lecture, students will study the major topics related with power system analysis and design. These includes power flow analysis, frequency and voltage control, economic operations, fault current analysis, etc. This lecture deals with the theoretical backgrounds as well as computer simulations of the main issues. This topic deals with the economic theory and practice of pricing and investment in electricity supply. It covers the general introduction to basic concept of electricity economics, including economics, finance, tariff policy, market theory, pricing and investment planning. It covers small and/or large signal analysis of BJT and FET including operation principles and frequency response of various amplifiers. It covers small and/or large signal analysis of BJT and FET including operation principles and frequency response of various amplifiers. PN junction diode, Circuit synthesis and analysis, Digital logic circuits. Micro processor and ARM processor application and design, finite state controllers, lab experiments. Voice signal processing, Bio-signal processing, frequency response of discrete-time signals, data compression algorithms, signal recognition and synthesis. Basic analog and digital circuit design using Bipolar Junction Transistors, Field Effect Transistors and integrated circuits.

Course Type

Remarks

277

0031

BASIC NUMERICAL ANALYSIS

3.0

3.0

MECHANICAL ENGINEERING

Tue10-12 1330-1500(B554), Thu10-12 1330-1500(B554)

ALEXANDER OLSHEVSKIY

English

Theory

278

0430

BASIC NUMERICAL ANALYSIS

3.0

3.0

MECHANICAL ENGINEERING

Tue13-15 1500-1630(B554), Thu13-15 1500-1630(B554)

ALEXANDER OLSHEVSKIY

English

Theory

279

2981

ELECTIRC DESIGN PROJECT 2

3.0

3.0

ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING

Wed15-19 1600-1900(135)

English

Theory

280

3156

POWER SYSTEM ANALYSIS AND DESIGN

3.0

3.0

ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING

Mon13-15 1500-1630(C483), Wed04-06 1030-1200(C483)

English

Theory

281

3158

ELECTRICAL ECONOMICS

2.0

2.0

ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING

Tue09-12 1300-1500(C483)

English

Theory

282

3347

ELECTRONIC CIRCUITS AND DESIGN ELECTRONIC CIRCUITS AND DESIGN BASIC ELECTRONIC EXPERIMENT 2 ELECTRONICS LAB II MULTIMEDIA SIGNAL PROCESSING & EXERCISE ELECTRONIC CIRCUITS 1

2.0

3.0

ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING

Thu09-11 1300-1430(C483), Fri11-13 1400-1530(C483) Thu12-14 1430-1600(C483), Fri04-06 1030-1200(C483) Fri01-08 0900-1300(306) Fri01-08 0900-1300(C388)

English

Theory + Practice Theory + Practice Experiment + Practice Experiment + Practice

283

3348

2.0

3.0

ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING

English

284

2259

2.0

4.0

English

285

2125

2.0

4.0

English

286

3873

3.0

3.0

ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING

Wed10-15 1330-1630(C292) Tue07-09 1200-1330(C482), Thu07-09 1200-1330(C482) Tue01-03 0900-1030(C292), Thu04-06 1030-1200(C292)

English

Theory

287

3877

3.0

3.0

ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING

English

Theory

288

3884

HIGH SPEED COMMUNICATION NETWORKS

3.0

3.0

ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING

English

Internet traffic control, ATM traffic control, Wireless networks, Quality of Services.

Theory

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No. Year

Category

Course No.

Course Name (Korean)

Course Name (English)


COMPUTER NETWORK

Credits

Hours

College/Department (Korean)

College/Department (English)
ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING

Time/Classroom
Tue01-03 0900-1030(C485), Thu04-06 1030-1200(C485) Fri01-06 0900-1200(C482) Tue10-12 1330-1500(C485), Thu07-09 1200-1330(C485) Tue04-06 1030-1200(C485), Thu01-03 0900-1030(C485) Wed07-12 1200-1500(C485) Thu17-18 1700-1800(C485), Fri09-12 1300-1500(C485) Wed17-19 1700-1900(C485), Thu05-08 1100-1300(303)

Professor

Language

Course Description
LAN(Local Area Network), MAN(Metropolitan Area Network), WAN(Wide Area Network), Switching technology, ATM, TCP/IP. Operation and timing of microprocessors; design of microprocessor-based systems; 16-bit microprocessors; bit sliced microprocessors. LAN(Local Area Network), MAN(Metropolitan Area Network), WAN(Wide Area Network), Switching technology, ATM, TCP/IP. LAN(Local Area Network), MAN(Metropolitan Area Network), WAN(Wide Area Network), Switching technology, ATM, TCP/IP. Basic static and dynamic electromagnetic field theory and applications; electrostatics, magnetostatics. Basic static and dynamic electromagnetic field theory and applications; electrostatics, magnetostatics. It covers the fundamental structure of C language. Students also practice various application problems and learn the structure programming method in order to use C language more efficiently. LCD, PDP, OEL, Physical analysis and operating mechanism, OEL structure and energy band.

Course Type

Remarks

289

3882

3.0

3.0

English

Theory

290

3872

MICROPROCESSOR APPLICATIONS

3.0

3.0

ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING

English

Theory

291

4281

COMPUTER NETWORK

3.0

3.0

ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING

English

Theory

292

4280

COMPUTER NETWORK ELECTRO MAGNETICS ELECTRO MAGNETICS

3.0

3.0

ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING

English

Theory

293

3876

3.0

3.0

English

Theory

294

4056

3.0

3.0

English

Theory

295

0244

PROGRAMMING AND PRACTICE 1

3.0

4.0

ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING

English

Theory + Practice

296

3869

DISPLAY ENGINEERING

3.0

3.0

Tue13-16 ELECTRICAL 1500-1700(C485), ENGINEERING, DISPLAY Fri05-06 ENGINEERING 1100-1200(C485) Wed01-03 0900-1030(203), Fri13-15 1500-1630(203)

English

Theory

297

3914

BIOCHEMISTRY II

3.0

3.0

MOLECULAR BIOTECHNOLOGY

English

Topics on this course will be production and storage of energy in a cell, degradation and biosythesis of carbohydrates, lipid, amino acid, and nucleic acid. This course will cover the chemical reaction, biochemical kinetics, motions in gas, motions in liquid, and molecular dynamics. This course provides a fundamental understanding of biophysical phenomena such as diffusion, viscosity, sedimentation , and electrophoresis. "This subject will present an approach to design and manage optimized work system according to method study and work measurement. The laboratory deals in the principles of motion economy, motion analysis, process analysis, operation analysis, stop-watch time study, performance rating, work sampling, standard time. also applied case studies on autos, clothing and living spaces. The results will present various data for resonable and effective work design for improving productivity." Principles of microprocessors and data processing systems, software, and application to management and engineering. Application of computer-based methods to the development of decision aides for management problem-solving.

Theory

298

3916

PHYSICAL CHEMISTRY 2

3.0

3.0

MOLECULAR BIOTECHNOLOGY

Mon07-09 1200-1330(216), Wed04-06 1030-1200(215)

English

Theory

299

3232

WORK STUDY & LAB.

1.0

2.0

INDUSTRIAL ENGINEERING

Fri02-05 0930-1130(A403)

English

Experiment + Practice

300

3236

BPM

BUSINESS PROCESS MANAGEMENT

3.0

3.0

INDUSTRIAL ENGINEERING

Wed14-16 1530-1700(B565), Fri08-10 1230-1400(B565)

English

Theory

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No. Year

Category

Course No.

Course Name (Korean)

Course Name (English)

Credits

Hours

College/Department (Korean)

College/Department (English)

Time/Classroom

Professor

Language

Course Description

Course Type

Remarks

301

2279

MECHANICS OF TEXTILE MATERIALS AND EXPERIMENTS

3.0

4.0

TEXTILE ENGINEERING

Tue13-16 1500-1700(233), Fri13-16 1500-1700(233)

English

This course offers the application training of general statics theory on the fiber materials, and its expansion to the viscoelasticity. It also includes mechanics of textile materials, which is a collection of numerous additives and separate fibers in structural form. Technical textiles, used in all the industries to give special functions and/or to improve their properties to the engineering material, will be studied, introducing a material, processing and properties of technical textile used in various fields of engineering. This course offers the fundamental theory on textile chemistry such as chemical structure, reaction of organic compounds and synthesis. Also, actual designs are carried out together.

Theory + Practice

302

3199

TECHNICAL TEXTILES AND DESIGNS

3.0

3.0

TEXTILE ENGINEERING

Mon09-11 1300-1430(B555), Thu03-05 1000-1130(B555)

English

Theory

303

3202

TEXTILE CHEMISTRY AND DESIGNS

3.0

4.0

TEXTILE ENGINEERING

Wed09-12 1300-1500(233), Fri03-06 1000-1200(233) Mon19 1815-1900(B555), Wed00 0800-0900(B555), Thu00 0800-0900(B555), Fri19 1815-1900(B555) Mon12-15 1430-1630(B555), Thu12-15 1430-1630(B368)

English

Theory + Practice

304

3204

TEXTILE CAPSTONE DESIGN

2.0

4.0

TEXTILE ENGINEERING

English

From the research results obtained through various methods, a thesis or a design product is presented.

Experiment + Practice

305

3206

EXPERIMENTS AND DESIGNS IN TEXTILE ENGINEERING

2.0

4.0

TEXTILE ENGINEERING

English

This course offers application training of textile theories using various Experimental skills for the optimum textile design.

Experiment + Practice

306

3207

COLOR SCIENCE AND DESIGN

3.0

3.0

TEXTILE ENGINEERING

Mon04-06 1030-1200(B555), Wed10-12 1330-1500(B368)

English

Various topics on color science such as describing color, measurement of dye solution and dyed fabric, principles of color mixing and color matching, production of color triangle are discussed. This course offers the way to understand knitting technology in engineering sense. This course includes some of structural characteristics and basic knitting technology including mechanical properties, material transport properties, electrical properties, handle and etc.. Especially this course needs actual lab work with manufacturing system.

Theory

307

4049

KNITTING TECHNOLOGY AND DESIGNS

3.0

3.0

TEXTILE ENGINEERING

Tue10-12 1330-1500(B555), Fri04-06 1030-1200(B555)

English

Theory

308

3172

POLYMER PROCESSING

3.0

3.0

MATERIALS CHEMISTRY & ENGINEERING

Tue01-03 0900-1030(A207), Thu04-06 1030-1200(A207)

English

Polymer processing methods for end uses are studied. And the basic principles to process polymer melts are discussed.

Theory

309

3177

CHEMICAL REACTION ENGINEERING

3.0

3.0

MATERIALS CHEMISTRY & ENGINEERING

Mon04-06 1030-1200(A207), Wed01-03 0900-1030(A207)

English

Fundamentals related to Chemical Engineering principles for the design and operation of chemical reactor and kinetics of simple homogeneous systems and introduction to heterogeneous catalysis.

Theory

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No. Year

Category

Course No.

Course Name (Korean)

Course Name (English)

Credits

Hours

College/Department (Korean)

College/Department (English)

Time/Classroom

Professor

Language

Course Description
This course is to provide a sound physical understanding of the principles of analytical chemistry and to show how these principles are applied in chemistry and related disciplines. To satisfy the goals of this course, the lecture will comprise three main section; those are, statistical treatment of data you are dealing with experiments and other related area during your undergraduate major course, chemical equilibrium that provides a foundation not only for chemical analysis but also for other areas of science and finally titration such as acid-base titration. Specifically, in statistical treatment, Gaussian distribution, confidence intervals, student t-test, Q-test with the help of excel program will be discussed. In chemical equilibrium, the equilibrium constant, solubility product, common ion effect, strength of acid-base etc. will be discussed. Finally, in titrations,various acid-base titrations, EDTA titration such as metal chelate complexes and EDTA titration techniques will be discussed. A subject for the general trend of nanotechnology and biotechnology. System structures, assembler, loader, macros, and operating system structures. The students also practice developing various software applications. System structures, assembler, loader, macros, and operating system structures. The students also practice developing various software applications. This course introduces the basic concepts in UNIX operating system kernel and teaches students how to do programming on the system software level using the kernel. Study structures, design issues, and compilers for programming languages. This course covers the concept and process of learning, decision making, expert system, natural language processing, and computer vision. It also studies Lisp and Prolog and their practice. Study structures, design issues, and compilers for programming languages.

Course Type

Remarks

310

3178

ANALYTICAL CHEMISTRY

2.0

2.0

MATERIALS CHEMISTRY & ENGINEERING

Tue09-12 1300-1500(A207)

English

Theory

311

3184

NANO & BIOTECHNOLOTY

3.0

3.0

MATERIALS CHEMISTRY & ENGINEERING INTERNET & MULTIMEDIA ENGINEERING INTERNET & MULTIMEDIA ENGINEERING INTERNET & MULTIMEDIA ENGINEERING INTERNET & MULTIMEDIA ENGINEERING

Wed13-16 1500-1700(A207), Fri05-06 1100-1200(A207) Wed07-09 1200-1330(601), Fri03-05 1000-1130(601) Wed07-09 1200-1330(601), Fri03-05 1000-1130(601) Tue09-11 1300-1430(601), Thu09-11 1300-1430(601) Mon02-04 0930-1100(403), Fri11-13 1400-1530(403) Mon14-16 1530-1700(403), Thu13-15 1500-1630(403) Mon10-12 1330-1500(403), Fri14-16 1530-1700(403)

English

Theory

312

2307

SYSTEM PROGRAMMING

3.0

3.0

English

Theory

313

2307

SYSTEM PROGRAMMING

3.0

3.0

English

Theory

314

2138

SYSTEM PROGRAMMING

3.0

3.0

English

Theory

315

3893

PROGRAMMING LANGUAGE

3.0

3.0

CHRISTIAN RINDERKNECHT

English

Theory

316

4136

ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE

3.0

3.0

INTERNET & MULTIMEDIA ENGINEERING

CHRISTIAN RINDERKNECHT

English

Theory

317

4131

PROGRAMMING LANGUAGE

3.0

3.0

INTERNET & MULTIMEDIA ENGINEERING

CHRISTIAN RINDERKNECHT

English

Theory

318

3865

INTRODUCTION TO SOFTWARE ENGINEERING

3.0

4.0

COMPUTER SCIENCE & ENGINEERING

Mon01-04 0900-1100(402), Thu01-04 0900-1100(602)

English

This course introduces fundamental theories in Software Engineering to undergraduate sophomore or junior students. It looks into fundamentals of each stage from an aspect of the software lifecycle (analysis, design, implement, test, manage), and also takes some software developing practice using SASD(Structured Analysis and Design) method.

Theory + Practice

- 33 -

No. Year

Category

Course No.

Course Name (Korean)

Course Name (English)

Credits

Hours

College/Department (Korean)

College/Department (English)

Time/Classroom

Professor

Language

Course Description
This course covers the graduation work as a capstone design. The project is a team-based work. In this course, students make presentations for the interim process and a final result of the project. The supervision professor can give advise for them. This course introduces fundamental theories in Software Engineering to undergraduate sophomore or junior students. It looks into fundamentals of each stage from an aspect of the software lifecycle (analysis, design, implement, test, manage), and also takes some software developing practice using SASD(Structured Analysis and Design) method. This course will address understanding structural load and various structure types, so that students can build up capability to design aerospace structures based one the estimated structural load. The contents include load, fuselage, window/door, wing, empenage, and loanding gear. Structural design, fabrication, and flight test of small unmanned aireal vehicles principles will be included as a term project. This course introduces students to the fundamentals of computer software and information systems. Compressible and viscous flow equations and their discretization are introduced. Finite-difference methods and finite volume methods for solution of Navier-Stokes and Euler equations are investigated. Real applications using hand-made software will be performed. Introduction to charicteristics of sensor signals, design of signal conditioning circuit using Wheatstone bridge and operational amplifiers, temperature sensing, strain sensing, angular and linear motion sensing, magnetometer, and digital data acquisition and adjustments. This course introduces methods of architectural form composition with exploring form composition methodology through research as well as practicing architectural design process. Capstone Design is a two-semester sequence of course that provides students a design project which is carefully selected in the areas of architectural engineering. Capstone Design is a two-semester sequence of course that provides students a design project which is carefully selected in the areas of architectural engineering. A continuation of Architectural Design 5, this course provides experience in urban undersanding and architectural design, and gain further insight into the issues of contextualism in design. This course is aimed at generating architectural design in urban, social and cultural context.

Course Type

Remarks

319

3866

CAPSTONE DESIGN 2

3.0

5.0

COMPUTER SCIENCE & ENGINEERING

-()

English

Theory + Practice

320

4129

INTRODUCTION TO SOFTWARE ENGINEERING

3.0

4.0

COMPUTER SCIENCE & ENGINEERING

Mon05-08 1100-1300(402), Thu05-08 1100-1300(602)

English

Theory + Practice

321

3251

AEROSPACE STRUCTURE DESIGN

3.0

3.0

AEROSPACE INFORMATION ENGINEERING

Mon09-11 1300-1430(234), Wed13-15 1500-1630(234)

English

Theory

322

3263

FUNDAMENTALS OF COMPUTER APPLICATIONS

3.0

3.0

AEROSPACE INFORMATION ENGINEERING

Mon12-14 1430-1600(1102), Wed16-18 1630-1800(C386) Tue09-11 1300-1430(1102), Thu09-11 1300-1430(1102)

English

Theory

323

3265

COMPUTATIONAL FLUID ANALYSIS AND PRACTICE

3.0

3.0

AEROSPACE INFORMATION ENGINEERING

English

Theory

324

3261

SENSOR PRINCIPLES AND EXPERIMENTS

3.0

3.0

AEROSPACE INFORMATION ENGINEERING, ROBOTICS

Tue04-06 1030-1200(234), Wed01-03 0900-1030(234)

English

Theory

325

3820

ARCHITECTURAL DESIGN AND FORM

3.0

5.0

ARCHITECTURE

Mon11-19 1400-1900(1) Mon11-19 1400-1900(A502), Wed09-16 1300-1700(A502) Mon11-19 1400-1900(A401), Wed09-16 1300-1700(A401) Mon11-19 1400-1900(A408), Thu05-12 1100-1500(A408)

English

Theory + Practice Experiment + Practice Experiment + Practice

326

2411

ARCHITECTURAL ENGINEERING CAPSTONE DESIGN 2 ARCHITECTURAL ENGINEERING CAPSTONE DESIGN 2

6.0

9.0

ARCHITECTURAL ENGINEERING

English

327

2471

6.0

9.0

ARCHITECTURAL ENGINEERING

English

328

2830

ARCHITECTURAL DESIGN 6

6.0

9.0

ARCHITECTURAL DESIGN

ERIC D. REEDER,

English

Theory + Practice

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No. Year

Category

Course No.

Course Name (Korean)

Course Name (English)

Credits

Hours

College/Department (Korean)

College/Department (English)

Time/Classroom

Professor

Language

Course Description

Course Type

Remarks

329

2730

ARCHITECTURAL DESIGN 6

6.0

9.0

ARCHITECTURAL DESIGN

Mon11-19 1400-1900(A407), Thu05-12 1100-1500(A407)

English

A continuation of Architectural Design 5, this course provides experience in urban undersanding and architectural design, and gain further insight into the issues of contextualism in design. This course is aimed at generating architectural design in urban, social and cultural context. A continuation of Architectural Design 5, this course provides experience in urban undersanding and architectural design, and gain further insight into the issues of contextualism in design. This course is aimed at generating architectural design in urban, social and cultural context. A continuation of Architectural Design 3, this course addresses problems of moderate complexity in a more thorough and comprehensive manner. The objectives are to provide experience in urban site analysis and design, and gain further insight into the issues of contextualism in design. A continuation of Architectural Design 3, this course addresses problems of moderate complexity in a more thorough and comprehensive manner. The objectives are to provide experience in urban site analysis and design, and gain further insight into the issues of contextualism in design. A continuation of Architectural Design 3, this course addresses problems of moderate complexity in a more thorough and comprehensive manner. The objectives are to provide experience in urban site analysis and design, and gain further insight into the issues of contextualism in design. A continuation of Architectural Design 3, this course addresses problems of moderate complexity in a more thorough and comprehensive manner. The objectives are to provide experience in urban site analysis and design, and gain further insight into the issues of contextualism in design. A continuation of Architectural Design 3, this course addresses problems of moderate complexity in a more thorough and comprehensive manner. The objectives are to provide experience in urban site analysis and design, and gain further insight into the issues of contextualism in design. A continuation of Architectural Design 1, this course focuses on the context in which we build, how people perceive the urban environment, how buildings fit contextually into existing circumstances, and how outdoor spaces relate to built forms.

Theory + Practice

330

2530

ARCHITECTURAL DESIGN 6

6.0

9.0

ARCHITECTURAL DESIGN

Mon11-19 1400-1900(A405), Thu05-12 1100-1500(A405)

English

Theory + Practice

331

3812

ARCHITECTURAL DESIGN 4

6.0

9.0

ARCHITECTURAL DESIGN

Mon11-19 1400-1900(A311), Thu05-12 1100-1500(A311)

English

Theory + Practice

332

4512

ARCHITECTURAL DESIGN 4

6.0

9.0

ARCHITECTURAL DESIGN

Mon11-19 1400-1900(A411), Wed05-12 1100-1500(A411)

, MARCOS BROSSA

English

Theory + Practice

333

4412

ARCHITECTURAL DESIGN 4

6.0

9.0

ARCHITECTURAL DESIGN

Mon11-19 1400-1900(A410), Thu05-12 1100-1500(A410)

English

Theory + Practice

334

4312

ARCHITECTURAL DESIGN 4

6.0

9.0

ARCHITECTURAL DESIGN

Mon11-19 1400-1900(A409), Thu05-12 1100-1500(A409)

English

Theory + Practice

335

4212

ARCHITECTURAL DESIGN 4

6.0

9.0

ARCHITECTURAL DESIGN

Mon11-19 1400-1900(A312), Thu05-12 1100-1500(A312)

English

Theory + Practice

336

4211

ARCHITECTURAL DESIGN 2

4.0

6.0

ARCHITECTURAL DESIGN

Mon11-20 1400-1945(A304)

English

Theory + Practice

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No. Year

Category

Course No.

Course Name (Korean)

Course Name (English)

Credits

Hours

College/Department (Korean)

College/Department (English)

Time/Classroom

Professor

Language

Course Description
This course provides the basic knowledges relating to the evaluation of the physical and chemical properties of civil engineering materials required for the design and analysis purposes. The course is composed of the testing programs mainly oriented to the evaluation of material properties of concrete, steel, woods, and stones, and the theoretical lectures to analyze the experimental results and the chemical and physical properties of construction materials. This course provides the practical competency to plan and design the civil engineering structures including steel and concrete structures, water resources, foundations and site planning. The course study incorporates structural engineering, foundation engineering, water resources, and site planning. Stress-strain diagrams, Axially-loaded members, torsion of circular bars, stresses in beams, analysis of stress and strain, and deflection of beams This course is designated a design course. Water resources system design involves analytic methods and computer models for design and evaluation of water resources projects such as flood control and river basin development. Laboratory and computer work are required on selected design topics. Planning of the harbour, site allocation, cargo handling facilities, industrial harbour, wharf, breakwater, quay wall, and landing pier Loads on bridges, standard specifications for bridge design, slab-steel beam bridges, continuous beams, plate girder bridges, P.C. Beams, R.C. Beams, and maintainance of bridges. Flexibility and stiffness matrices, equivalent joint loads, fundamentals of flexibility methods, fundamentals of stiffness methods, computer programs for structural analysis, and analysis of frames by computer programs. The course examines principles of instructional design by analyzing different instructional system models, with a special emphasis on a systematic approach to instruction. The main goal of this course is to design and to develop a Web-based Learning contents. This course also provide basic field works and understanding background ISD theories in order to help students apply theories to real works. This course aims at helping students define the concept and the role of instructional media. also, this course explores the principles how to incorporate various media with instruction for more effective and efficient learning.

Course Type

Remarks

337

3133

CONCRETE AS MATERIAL ENGINEERING

3.0

4.0

Mon09-121300-1500 (B564) CIVIL ENGINEERING Wed09-121300-1500 (B564)

English

Theory + Practice

338

3132

CAPSTONE DESGIN

2.0

4.0

CIVIL ENGINEERING Mon13-19 1500-1900(C487)

English

Theory + Practice

339

3123

APPLIED MECHANICS

3.0

3.0

Wed18-19(B564) CIVIL ENGINEERING Thu16-18(C385)

CHOO FRANCOIS

English

Theory

340

3122

WATER RESOURCES SYSTEM DESIGN

3.0

4.0

Mon17-191700-1900 CIVIL ENGINEERING (B564) Wed13-161500-1700 (B564)

English

Theory + Practice

341

3127

HABOUR PLANNING AND DESIGN

3.0

4.0

Mon03-061000-1200 (C385) CIVIL ENGINEERING Wed03-061000-1200 (C385) Mon09-121300-1500 (C487) CIVIL ENGINEERING Wed09-121300-1500 (1102) Tue09-121300-1500 (C385) CIVIL ENGINEERING Thu09-121300-1500 (203)

English

Theory + Practice

342

3119

BRIDGE ENGINEERING AND DESIGN

3.0

4.0

English

Theory + Practice

343

3125

MATRIX STRUCTURAL ANALYSIS AND LAB.

3.0

4.0

CHOO FRANCOIS

English

Theory + Practice

344

2075

TEACHING AND LEARNING THEORY

2.0

2.0

EDUCATIONAL TECHNOLOGY

Mon03-06 1000-1200(327/328)

English

Theory

b-learning

345

3697

DEVELOPMENT OF WEB BASED LEARNING CONTENTS

3.0

4.0

EDUCATIONAL TECHNOLOGY

Mon09-12 1300-1500(301), Wed01-04 0900-1100(301)

English

Theory + Practice

346

3695

INSTRUCTIONAL MEDIAS THEORY

3.0

3.0

EDUCATIONAL TECHNOLOGY

Mon13-18 1500-1800(301)

English

Theory

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No. Year

Category

Course No.

Course Name (Korean)

Course Name (English)

Credits

Hours

College/Department (Korean)

College/Department (English)

Time/Classroom
Wed13-16 1500-1700(218), Fri05-06 1100-1200(216) Mon04-06 1030-1200(216), Wed01-03 0900-1030(216)

Professor

Language

Course Description
Power series, uniform convergence, Stone-Weierstrass theorem, Fourier series, Gamma function, inverse function theorem, and implicit function theorem. Number Theory deals with greatest common divisor, the least common multiple primes, fundamental theorem of arithmetic, congruence, Wilson's theorem, primitive roots, and quadratic integers. This course focuses on teaching methods of high school algebra. It also provides theoretical background of high school algebra such as primes, irreducibles, fundamental theorem of algebra, unique factorization domain, Euclidean domain, rational zene theorem, remainder theorem, Hauss lemma etc. As a continuation of General Topology I, this course covers compact space, locally compact space, connectedness, quotient space, net and filter, product, and topology. This course introduces the fundamental concepts of linguistics, including those of phonology, morphology, syntax, semantics, and discourse structure, with a focus on their relationship to the learning and teaching of second or foreign language. Students applies the principles of effective English teaching in both controlled and free teaching situations. Students practice their teaching skills using their classmates as students. This course helps students understand theoretical backgrounds of various L2 teaching methods. This course helps students acquire reading skills such as skimming, scanning, or inferencing by reading article, editorials and short stories. The course provides insights into the theory of teaching reading and writing with particular emphasis on the problems faced by students. The major field of study is divided into vocal music, piano, string instruments, and wind instruments, composition, and aims at having the students develop practical techniques in a curriculum suiting the level of each school year. Through this course students are required to acquire (1) theories related to computer music, and (2) skills for using the computer as a tool for various music-related works, including sequencing, notating and music printing, sound engineering, composing, and multi-media producing. Advanced course to understand the concepts in genetic engineering for improvement of productivity in farm animal, and to introduce newly developed techniques concerning gene manipulation.

Course Type

Remarks

347

3633

ANALYSIS II

3.0

3.0

MATHEMATICS EDUCATION

English

Theory

348

3630

THEORY OF NUMBERS

3.0

3.0

MATHEMATICS EDUCATION

English

Theory

349

3632

TOPICS IN HIGH SCHOOL ALGEBRA 1

3.0

3.0

MATHEMATICS EDUCATION

Tue07-09 1200-1330(201), Thu10-12 1330-1500(201) Mon01-03 0900-1030(216), Wed04-06 1030-1200(216)

English

Theory

350

3629

TOPOLOGY II

3.0

3.0

MATHEMATICS EDUCATION

English

Theory

351

2071

INTRODUCTION TO ENGLISH LINGUISTIC

3.0

3.0

ENGLISH EDUCATION

Fri03-08 1000-1300(112)

English

Theory

352

3687

TESOL PRACTICUM 1

3.0

3.0

ENGLISH EDUCATION

Mon07-09 1200-1330(218), Wed10-12 1330-1500(113) Tue07-09 1200-1330(112), Thu10-12 1330-1500(112) Mon10-12 1330-1500(112), Wed07-09 1200-1330(112) Tue10-12 1330-1500(112), Thu07-09 1200-1330(112) Thu00 0800-0900( -)

English

Theory + Practice

353

3678

METHODOLOGY OF ENGLISH EDUCATION READING PRACTICE IN ENGLISH TEACHING READING AND WRITING IN ENGLISH INDIVIDUAL INSTRUCTION IN THE MAJOR 8

3.0

3.0

ENGLISH EDUCATION

English

Theory

354

3680

3.0

3.0

ENGLISH EDUCATION

English

Theory

355

3681

3.0

3.0

ENGLISH EDUCATION

English

Theory + Practice Experiment + Practice

356

2434

1.0

1.0

MUSIC EDUCATION

English

357

3669

COMPUTER MUSIC

3.0

3.0

MUSIC EDUCATION

Thu09-10 1300-1400(301), Fri09-12 1300-1500(301)

English

Theory + Practice

358

3403

ANIMAL BIOTECHNOLOGY AND EXPERIMENT

3.0

4.0

ANIMAL BIOTECHNOLOGY

Tue01-04 0900-1100(301), Thu01-04 0900-1100(301)

GUPTA MUKESH KUMAR

English

Theory + Practice

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No. Year

Category

Course No.

Course Name (Korean)

Course Name (English)

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Hours

College/Department (Korean)

College/Department (English)

Time/Classroom

Professor

Language

Course Description
Introductory course on the basic concepts of pharmacology and major drugs used in animal industry in order to provide pharmacological knowledge required for animal production and management Basic course for whole procedure about embryology including spermatogenesis, oogenesis, fertilization, and preimplantation embryo development and lecture about industrial applications. Students learn and experience in raising, feeding and husbandry of animals for a profit on the background of chemical composition and animal nutrition of feedstuffs and diets, and nutrients requirements of animals. Overview of animal production, feed industry, food products and processing originated from animals and international trading related to animal industries for the students interested in international animal business A course designed to introduce and management skills and practices needed to produce formula feeds, to operate feed mills, and to develop products and marketing strategies. Training the presentation skill by introduction of presentation and discussion about current topics on research and industry of animal production. The goal of this course is to provide the student with a basic knowledge of immunology, and antibody- & cell-mediated immunities related to livestock nutrition. Introduction to feed production techniques using biotechnology and its application.

Course Type

Remarks

359

3404

INTRODUCTORY PHARMACOLOGY

3.0

3.0

ANIMAL BIOTECHNOLOGY

Mon09-12 1300-1500(301), Fri01-02 0900-1000(301) Mon01-04 1300-1400(301), Tue09-10 0900-1100(301) Tue09-12 1300-1500(303), Thu09-10 1300-1400(303)

GUPTA MUKESH KUMAR

English

Theory

360

3394

ANIMAL EMBRYOLOGIC TECHNOLOGY

3.0

3.0

ANIMAL BIOTECHNOLOGY

NGUYEN VAN THUAN

English

Theory

361

3407

ANIMAL FEEDING & MANAGEMENT

3.0

3.0

ANIMAL SCIENCES & ENVIRONMENT

English

Theory

362

3410

INTRODUCTION TO INTERNATIONAL ANIMAL INDUSTRY

3.0

3.0

ANIMAL SCIENCES & ENVIRONMENT

Fri11-16 1400-1700(303)

English

Theory

363

3411

FEED TECHNOLOGY

3.0

3.0

ANIMAL SCIENCES & ENVIRONMENT

Mon03-05 1000-1130(304), Thu03-05 1000-1130(304) Tue09-11 1300-1430(304), Thu09-11 1300-1430(304) Tue03-06 1000-1200(303), Fri09-10 1300-1400(303) Wed03-06 1000-1200(711), Fri03-04 1000-1100(711) Mon04-06 1030-1200(309), Wed04-06 1030-1200(309) Tue09-12 1300-1500(302), Thu03-06 1000-1200(302)

English

Theory

364

3413

SEMINAR

2.0

3.0

ANIMAL SCIENCES & ENVIRONMENT

English

Theory

365

3419

LIVESTOCK IMMUNOLOGY

3.0

3.0

ANIMAL SCIENCES & ENVIRONMENT

English

Theory

366

3412

FEED BIOTECHNOLOGY

3.0

3.0

ANIMAL SCIENCES & ENVIRONMENT

English

Theory

367

3391

ANALYSIS OF FOOD MARKET

3.0

3.0

LIVESTOCK BUSINESS FOOD SCIENCE AND BIOTECHNOLOGY OF ANIMAL RESOURCES FOOD SCIENCE AND BIOTECHNOLOGY OF ANIMAL RESOURCES

English

This course analyzes the overall structure of an agri-food market, including competitive strategy, a role of information. This course focuses on learning the specific skills and knowledge, which is useful in wide variety of food manufacturing in base of heat transfer, fluid dynamic, thermal dynamic, mass transfer, freezing and drying.

Theory

368

2030

FOOD ENGINEERING AND PRACTICE

3.0

4.0

English

Theory + Practice

369

3429

DAIRY TECHNOLOGY

3.0

3.0

Mon01-04(302), Tue05-06(302)

English

Lecture for the major dairy products dairy by-products, facilities and equipments

Theory

370

3423

MOLECULAR BIOLOGY

3.0

3.0

FOOD SCIENCE AND BIOTECHNOLOGY OF ANIMAL RESOURCES

Mon01-02 0900-1000(321), Wed03-06 1000-1200(321)

English

Molecular biology is to study the fundamental life science by investigaing the molecular mechanisms underlying the structural and functional genomics, proteomics, bioinfomatics, molecular enzymology and physical reactions of proteins and nucleic acids in the bases of the structural modulation and diagnosis of the cell.

Theory

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No. Year

Category

Course No.

Course Name (Korean)

Course Name (English)

Credits

Hours

College/Department (Korean)

College/Department (English)

Time/Classroom

Professor

Language

Course Description
The principal goals of Food Science & Technology are to determine the thermophysical and rheological properties of a range of food systems and food ingredients; to understand fundamental and applied aspects of meat, milk, grain, vegetable and crop storage and drying; process control of food processing operations; and develop computer models of food processing unit operations and of quality changes during processing.

Course Type

Remarks

371

3434

FOOD SCIENCE & TECHNOLOGY

3.0

3.0

FOOD SCIENCE AND BIOTECHNOLOGY OF ANIMAL RESOURCES

Tue13-18 1500-1800(321)

English

Theory

372

3433

PRACTICAL TRAINING 2

1.0

2.0

FOOD SCIENCE AND BIOTECHNOLOGY OF ANIMAL RESOURCES

Thu07-10 1200-1400(302)

English

Provide students with a unique and practical opportunities to apply what they learn in the fields of animal production, foods and marketing.

Experiment + Practice

373

3476

ORGANIC CHEMISTRY LAB

3.0

6.0

MOLECULAR BIOTECHNOLOGY

Mon13-18 1500-1800(456), Tue07-12 1200-1500(456)

English

Organic Chemistry Lab Basic techniques in the organic chemistry laboratory, identification of the functional group, and the synthesis of simple organic compounds. Based on the knowledge from molecular biology 1, this course will teach. 1) Specific transcription mechanism in prokaryote and eukaryote. 2) Posttranslational modification

Experiment + Practice

374

3479

MOLECULAR BIOLOGY 2

3.0

3.0

MOLECULAR BIOTECHNOLOGY

Wed13-18 1500-1800(151)

English

Theory

375

3477

FUNCTIONAL BIOTECHNOLOGY

3.0

3.0

MOLECULAR BIOTECHNOLOGY

Tue01-03 0900-1030(453), Thu04-06 1030-1200(453)

RAGHVENDRA KUMAR MISHRA

English

Biological functions expressed in molecular level, cell, phenotype will be discussed.

Theory

376

3481

BIOCHEMISTRY LAB.

3.0

6.0

MOLECULAR BIOTECHNOLOGY

Tue07-12 1200-1500(252), Thu07-12 1200-1500(252)

English

The course exercises in order that students may understand firmly basic theory of biochemistry and systemizes the biochemical knowledge through the experiments based on knowledge acquired from theory courses in biochemistry. The course consisted of recent research and industrial trends related to life and genetic engineering. Students are asked to present and discuss on special topics regarding on future biotechnology as an individual or team In this course, Structure-funtion relationship of biomolecules will be discussed. In addition, enzyme kinetics and enzymology will be covered. To gain molecular level insight of biological molecules, several advanced spectrometric and microscopic analysis methods of biomolecules will be introduced. Students are to learn general techniques in relation to isolation of bacteria, fungi and their culture, microscopy, cell count, isolation and electrophoresis of plasmid DNA, and ELISA test. Polymer chemistry, properties of polymer, and polymer processing.

Experiment + Practice

377

3482

SEMINAR 2

3.0

3.0

MOLECULAR BIOTECHNOLOGY

Wed17-18 1700-1800(254), Fri01-04 0900-1100(254)

RAGHVENDRA KUMAR MISHRA

English

Theory

378

3485

BIOPHYSICAL CHEMISTRY

3.0

3.0

MOLECULAR BIOTECHNOLOGY

Mon13-16 1500-1700(453), Thu17-18 1700-1800(453)

English

Theory

379

3483

AGRICULTURAL FINANCE & CREDIT THEORIES

3.0

6.0

MOLECULAR BIOTECHNOLOGY

Tue13-18 1500-1800(252), Fri07-12 1200-1500(252) Wed09-14 1300-1600(B566)

English

Experiment + Practice

380

3186

POLYMER ENGINEERING

3.0

3.0

CHEMICAL ENGINEERING

JEYA MARIMUTHU

English

Theory

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No. Year

Category

Course No.

Course Name (Korean)

Course Name (English)

Credits

Hours

College/Department (Korean)

College/Department (English)

Time/Classroom

Professor

Language

Course Description
Training on how to present, discuss and to digest information to improve comprehensive problem-solving capability and executive ability, that are indispensable to competent engineers in environmental industry. The course is organized mainly with oral presentations employing multimedia materials, and also includes presentation and discussion in English and seminars by invited professionals. Apart from that the students will be trained on aspects of developing their career as effective engineers. They will get training on effective speaking, project management, personality development and improving interpersonal skills which would help them to be effective engineers for the future. Principles of modeling, classification of atmospheric models, and their application. Practice in computer modeling improves the ability of understanding of field works and model limitations, analysis, assessment, and verification. Basic principles of general ecology, effect of environmental pollution on ecosystem, and ecological ethics and technology for environmental and civil engineers. Discussion on ecologically sound and sustainable development, its related technology, and pending issues of ecosystem disruption, especially focusing on civil construction works. Develop fundamental knowledge of water quality parameter, mass balance, kinetics, and water treatment process. Understanding of plant and human relationship in varied aspects and programming and evaluation for horticultural therapy in psychsomatic healing and green amenity of urban life. Covering of 1) learning of various horticultural activities, 2) understanding of rehabilitation, occupational therapy, psychiatrics, and counselling, 3) intership of horticultural therapy. Studio course stressing design projects of a variety of scale and type that develop advanced skills and understanding in solving environmental design problems. Covering (1) understanding biology and ecology of aquatic organisms (phyto-, zooplankton, bacteria, protozoa, macroinvertebrates, fishes, aquatic plants) (2) sampling methods of freshwater ecosystems and aquatic organisms (3) sampling and observation of aquatic organisms (laboratory) (4) freshwater pollution biology. Learn a battery of toxicology evaluation methods using animals, plants and microorganims. GIS and remote sensing technologies play critical roles in this class for landscape analysis and management of sustainable landscapes. Students are required to understand how to use GIS in landscape ecology as well as GIS techniques in the class.

Course Type

Remarks

381

3243

SEMINAR IN ENVIRONMENTAL ENGINEERING

3.0

4.0

ENVIRONMENTAL ENGINEERING

Tue01-08 0900-1300(A404)

DIBY PAUL

English

Theory

382

3238

ATMOSPHERIC MODELING; THEORY & PRACTICE

3.0

4.0

ENVIRONMENTAL ENGINEERING

Tue01-08 0900-1300(1102)

English

Theory + Practice

383

3245

ECOTECHNOLOGICAL CIVIL ENGINEERING

3.0

3.0

ENVIRONMENTAL ENGINEERING

Wed04-09 1030-1330(B567)

DIBY PAUL

English

Theory

384

3447

WATER QUALITY MANAGEMENT

3.0

3.0

ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCE

Tue07-09 1200-1330(451), Thu10-12 1330-1500(451)

English

Theory

385

3451

THERAPEUTIC HORTICULTURE

3.0

3.0

ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCE

Fri09-14 1300-1600(452)

English

Theory

386

3454

ENVIRONMENTAL DESIGN AND PRACTICE 2

3.0

4.0

ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCE

Mon13-16 1500-1700(455), Fri01-04 0900-1100(455)

English

Theory + Practice

387

3455

FRESHWATER BIOLOGY AND LABORATORY

3.0

4.0

ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCE

Mon07-10 1200-1400(455), Wed09-12 1300-1500(455)

English

Theory + Practice

388

3456

TOXICOLOGY LABORATORY

3.0

4.0

ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCE

Wed13-16 1500-1700(451), Thu17-19 1700-1900(451) Tue07-10 1200-1400(402), Thu07-10 1200-1400(402)

English

Theory + Practice

389

3458

GIS/CAD

INTRODUCTION TO GIS/CAD

3.0

4.0

ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCE

English

Theory + Practice

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No. Year

Category

Course No.

Course Name (Korean)

Course Name (English)

Credits

Hours

College/Department (Korean)

College/Department (English)

Time/Classroom

Professor

Language

Course Description
Discussion of water quality constituents and introduction to the design and operation of wastewater treatment facilities. Emphasis is on the physical, chemical, and biological phenomena of constituents for the successful design of wastewater treatment plants. All the prenatal developmental processes including the formation of spermatozoa and ova in the reproductive organs and formation of embryo in the female reproductive organs after fertilization will be instructed. Methods of statistical treatment about surveyed and/or experimental data in the medical and biological aspects, and inspection methods for significance about medicines and therapeutic effects will be studied and practiced. Experiments of the basic substances in organism, such as nucleic acids, proteins, carbohydrates and lipids. All the prenatal developmental processes including the formation of spermatozoa and ova in the reproductive organs and formation of embryo in the female reproductive organs after fertilization will be instructed. Experiments of the basic substances in organism, such as nucleic acids, proteins, carbohydrates and lipids. Experiments of the basic substances in organism, such as nucleic acids, proteins, carbohydrates and lipids. Experiments of the basic substances in organism, such as nucleic acids, proteins, carbohydrates and lipids. This course is intended to provide general knowledges about the zoonosis which caused by virus, fungi, rickettia, chlamydia and parasites. Epidemics and pathogenic mechanism by the pathogens which listed in the above will be covered. This course is intended to provide general knowledges about the zoonosis which caused by virus, fungi, rickettia, chlamydia and parasites. Epidemics and pathogenic mechanism by the pathogens which listed in the above will be covered. Physico-chemical properties of veterinary drugs will be discussed and mechanism of action and biological reaction to drugs will be studied and understanded through various experiments. Physico-chemical properties of veterinary drugs will be discussed and mechanism of action and biological reaction to drugs will be studied and understanded through various experiments. Basic operative surgical theory and practise of head and neck surgery, thoracic surgery, gastrointestinal surgery, urogenital surgery, musculoskeletal surgery, reconstructive surgery.

Course Type

Remarks

390

3449

WATER POLLUTION CONTROL

3.0

3.0

ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCE

Tue01-03 0900-1030(454), Thu04-06 1030-1200(454)

English

Theory

391

0108

VETERINARY EMBRYOLOGY

2.0

2.0

VETERINARY MEDICINE

Mon13-16 1500-1700(710-3)

English

Theory

392

0117

MEDICAL STATISTICS

3.0

3.0

VETERINARY MEDICINE

Mon09-14 1300-1600(307)

English

Theory

393

0110

VETERINARY BIOCHEMISTRY 2 EXPERIMENT VETERINARY EMBRYOLOGY VETERINARY BIOCHEMISTRY 2 EXPERIMENT VETERINARY BIOCHEMISTRY 2 EXPERIMENT VETERINARY BIOCHEMISTRY 2 EXPERIMENT

1.0

2.0

VETERINARY MEDICINE

Fri09-12 1300-1500(207)

English

Experiment + Practice

394

0192

2.0

2.0

VETERINARY MEDICINE

Mon09-12 1300-1500(710-3)

English

Theory

395

0203

2 2 2

1.0

2.0

VETERINARY MEDICINE VETERINARY MEDICINE VETERINARY MEDICINE

Fri17-19 1700-1900(207) Fri13-16 1500-1700(207) Fri20-21 1900-2030(207)

English

Experiment + Practice Experiment + Practice Experiment + Practice

396

0202

1.0

2.0

English

397

0204

1.0

2.0

English

398

2081

VETERINARY PUBLIC HEALTH 2

2.0

2.0

VETERINARY MEDICINE

Tue13-16 1500-1700(410)

English

Theory

399

2081

VETERINARY PUBLIC HEALTH 2

2.0

2.0

VETERINARY MEDICINE

Tue13-16 1500-1700(410)

English

Theory

400

2156

EXPERIMENT FOR VETERINARY PHARMACOLOGY

1.0

2.0

VETERINARY MEDICINE

Wed20-21 1900-2030(509)

English

Experiment + Practice

401

2157

EXPERIMENT FOR VETERINARY PHARMACOLOGY

1.0

2.0

VETERINARY MEDICINE

Wed17-19 1700-1900(509)

English

Experiment + Practice

402

2209

VETERINARY SURGERY 2 PRACTICE

2.0

4.0

VETERINARY MEDICINE

Fri09-16 1300-1700(103)

, , ,

English

Experiment + Practice

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No. Year

Category

Course No.

Course Name (Korean)

Course Name (English)


VETERINARY SURGERY 2 PRACTICE

Credits

Hours

College/Department (Korean)

College/Department (English)

Time/Classroom

Professor
, , , , , , , , , , , ,

Language

Course Description
Basic operative surgical theory and practise of head and neck surgery, thoracic surgery, gastrointestinal surgery, urogenital surgery, musculoskeletal surgery, reconstructive surgery. The basic knowledge of causes, clinical symptoms, surgical treatment, and prognosis of systematic diseases in small and large animals. Basic operative surgical theory and practise of head and neck surgery, thoracic surgery, gastrointestinal surgery, urogenital surgery, musculoskeletal surgery, reconstructive surgery. Basic operative surgical theory and practise of head and neck surgery, thoracic surgery, gastrointestinal surgery, urogenital surgery, musculoskeletal surgery, reconstructive surgery. Neurology, respiratory disease, cardiovascular disorders, gastrointestinal diseases, endocrinopathy, nephrology and urology, dermatology, ophthalomology in dogs, cats, large animals, exotics and wild lifes are lectured and noninfectious diseases are also educated. Fine structure of cardiovascular system, lymphatic organs, skin, digestive organs, respiratory organs, urinary system, genital system will be instructed by microscopic observation. Preparatory techniques in histopathology provides a critical rink between the necropsy and clinical sciences. Our faculty fulfill essential roles in teaching veterinary students, preparation of tissues, staining methods, and scientific research. In each activity, we are dedicated to the study, diagnosis, interpretation of pathological slides, and control of animal diseases. Differential diagnosis, definitive diagnosis and prescription, therapeutic skills are lectuered and veterinary practice skills are also strengthened. Physico-chemical properties of veterinary drugs will be discussed and mechanism of action and biological reaction to drugs will be studied and understanded through various experiments. The physico-chemical properties, mechanistic action, clinical uses and application, side-effects and its treatment of drugs being used in veterinary medicine will be discussed and taught. Animal positioning and restriction for radiography, technical practice and interpretation of simple and contrast radiography and ultrasonography.

Course Type
Experiment + Practice

Remarks

403

2207

2.0

4.0

VETERINARY MEDICINE

Thu17-21 1700-2030(107) Mon04-06 1030-1200(410), Wed01-03 0900-1030(410), Wed09-12 1300-1500(410) Fri17-21 1700-2030(103)

English

404

2205

VETERINARY SURGERY 2

5.0

5.0

VETERINARY MEDICINE

English

Theory

405

2208

VETERINARY SURGERY 2 PRACTICE

2.0

4.0

VETERINARY MEDICINE

English

Experiment + Practice

406

2206

VETERINARY SURGERY 2 PRACTICE

2.0

4.0

VETERINARY MEDICINE

Fri01-08 0900-1300(103)

English

Experiment + Practice

407

2083

VETERINARY INTERNAL MEDICINE 2

5.0

5.0

VETERINARY MEDICINE

Tue01-03 0900-1030(409), Tue12-14 1430-1600(409), Wed09-12 1300-1500(409)

, , ,

English

Theory

408

2159

VETERINARY HISTOLOGY PRACTICE 2

1.0

2.0

VETERINARY MEDICINE

Tue01-04 0900-1100(408)

English

Experiment + Practice

409

2088

VETERINARY PATHOLOGY 2 LAB

3.0

3.0

VETERINARY MEDICINE

Tue04-06 1030-1200(306), Thu01-03 0900-1030(306)

English

Theory

410

2084

PRACTICE IN VETERINARY INTERNAL MEDICINE 2 EXPERIMENT FOR VETERINARY PHARMACOLOGY

2.0

4.0

VETERINARY MEDICINE

Fri01-08 0900-1300(107)

, , ,

English

Experiment + Practice

411

2096

1.0

2.0

VETERINARY MEDICINE

Wed13-16 1500-1700(509)

English

Experiment + Practice

412

2095

VETERINARY PHARMACOLOGY

4.0

4.0

VETERINARY MEDICINE

Mon13-16 1500-1700(409), Thu05-08 1100-1300(410)

English

Theory

413

2098

VETERINARY IMAGING DIAGNOSTICS PRACTICE

2.0

4.0

VETERINARY MEDICINE

Thu01-08 0900-1300(428)

English

Experiment + Practice

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No. Year

Category

Course No.

Course Name (Korean)

Course Name (English)


VETERINARY IMAGING DIAGNOSTICS

Credits

Hours

College/Department (Korean)

College/Department (English)

Time/Classroom
Tue04-06 1030-1200(410), Tue09-11 1300-1430(510)

Professor

Language

Course Description
Interpretation of simple and contrast radiography in small animals. The fundamental principles of diagnostic ultrasound and interpretation of ultrasonography in small animals. Basic operative surgical theory and practise of head and neck surgery, thoracic surgery, gastrointestinal surgery, urogenital surgery, musculoskeletal surgery, reconstructive surgery. The basic knowledge of causes, clinical symptoms, surgical treatment, and prognosis of systematic diseases in small and large animals. The laboratory provides clinical skills to apply clinical tests and to interpret test results for diagnosis through understanding of causes and mechanisms of disease in animals. The mission of the department is to enhance the practice of veterinary medicine through effective intepretation of clinical test results for diagnosis of disease, and through advancing knowledge of clinical chemistry, hematology, diagnostic cytology, clinical microbiology, and clinical parasitology. This course introduces the infectious diseases of pet animals, such as dog and cat. The etiology, epidemiology, pathogenesis, diagnosis, and treatment of diseases are discussed in the course. Fine structure of cardiovascular system, lymphatic organs, skin, digestive organs, respiratory organs, urinary system, genital system will be instructed by microscopic observation. Basic techniques for diagnosis of infectious diseases in dog and cat are practiced in the experimental course. It will consist of lectures, slide studies, and case studies. Students will be taught the major avian bacterial and emerging disease epidemiology, etiology, pathogenesis, diagnosis, prevention and control. The gross structures of digestive, respiratory, urinary, reproductive, integumentary, and sensory system of animal body will be instructed with a close relation to functional aspects. The purpose of this course include introductions to I) the effects of environment and it's changes on the health and diseases occurrence in animals, and II) water, air, soil contamination problems in modern society. It will consist of lectures and practicals to provide students with practical knowledge of laboratory diagnosis. Students will be taught the isolation and identification of avian pathogens, serology, genetic analysis, tissue culture.

Course Type

Remarks

414

2097

3.0

3.0

VETERINARY MEDICINE

English

Theory

415

2100

VETERINARY SURGERY 2 PRACTICE

2.0

4.0

VETERINARY MEDICINE

Thu09-16 1300-1700(107) Mon01-03 0900-1030(410), Wed04-06 1030-1200(410), Wed13-16 1500-1700(410) Mon01-08 0900-1300(408)

, , , , , ,

English

Experiment + Practice

416

2099

VETERINARY SURGERY 2

5.0

5.0

VETERINARY MEDICINE

English

Theory

417

2102

VETERINARY CLINICAL PATHOLOGY LABORATORY

2.0

4.0

VETERINARY MEDICINE

English

Experiment + Practice

418

2101

VETERINARY CLINICAL PATHOLOGY

2.0

2.0

VETERINARY MEDICINE

Wed01-04 0900-1100(510)

English

Theory

419

2104

VETERINARY INFECTIOUS DISEASE 2

3.0

3.0

VETERINARY MEDICINE

Tue01-03 0900-1030(510), Thu04-06 1030-1200(510)

English

Theory

420

2107

VETERINARY HISTOLOGY PRACTICE 2 LABORATORY OF VETERINARY INFECTIOUS DISEASE 2

1.0

2.0

VETERINARY MEDICINE

Tue05-08 1100-1300(408)

English

Experiment + Practice

421

2105

1.0

2.0

VETERINARY MEDICINE

Wed01-04 0900-1100(103)

English

Experiment + Practice

422

2111

AVIAN DISEASE 2

2.0

2.0

VETERINARY MEDICINE

Mon09-12 1300-1500(306)

English

Theory

423

2108

VETERINARY ANATOMY 2

3.0

3.0

VETERINARY MEDICINE

Thu01-03 0900-1030(409), Fri04-06 1030-1200(409)

English

Theory

424

2113

ENVIRONMENTAL HYGIENE

2.0

2.0

VETERINARY MEDICINE

Mon09-12 1300-1500(510)

English

Theory

425

2112

AVIAN DISEASE PRACTICE

1.0

2.0

VETERINARY MEDICINE

Mon19-20 1815-1945(103)

English

Experiment + Practice

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No. Year

Category

Course No.

Course Name (Korean)


Course Name (English)


VETERINARY IMAGING DIAGNOSTICS PRACTICE VETERINARY IMAGING DIAGNOSTICS PRACTICE VETERINARY CLINICAL PATHOLOGY LABORATORY

Credits

Hours

College/Department (Korean)

College/Department (English)
VETERINARY MEDICINE

Time/Classroom

Professor

Language

Course Description
Animal positioning and restriction for radiography, technical practice and interpretation of simple and contrast radiography and ultrasonography. Animal positioning and restriction for radiography, technical practice and interpretation of simple and contrast radiography and ultrasonography. The laboratory provides clinical skills to apply clinical tests and to interpret test results for diagnosis through understanding of causes and mechanisms of disease in animals. The mission of the department is to enhance the practice of veterinary medicine through effective intepretation of clinical test results for diagnosis of disease, and through advancing knowledge of clinical chemistry, hematology, diagnostic cytology, clinical microbiology, and clinical parasitology. Animal positioning and restriction for radiography, technical practice and interpretation of simple and contrast radiography and ultrasonography. The physico-chemical properties, mechanistic action, clinical uses and application, side-effects and its treatment of drugs being used in veterinary medicine will be discussed and taught. This course introduces the infectious diseases of pet animals, such as dog and cat. The etiology, epidemiology, pathogenesis, diagnosis, and treatment of diseases are discussed in the course. Basic techniques for diagnosis of infectious diseases in dog and cat are practiced in the experimental course. Physico-chemical properties of veterinary drugs will be discussed and mechanism of action and biological reaction to drugs will be studied and understanded through various experiments. Animal positioning and restriction for radiography, technical practice and interpretation of simple and contrast radiography and ultrasonography. Basic techniques for diagnosis of infectious diseases in dog and cat are practiced in the experimental course. Fine structure of cardiovascular system, lymphatic organs, skin, digestive organs, respiratory organs, urinary system, genital system will be instructed by microscopic observation. The gross structures of digestive, respiratory, urinary, reproductive, integumentary, and sensory system of animal body will be instructed with a close relation to functional aspects.

Course Type
Experiment + Practice Experiment + Practice Experiment + Practice

Remarks

426

2203

2.0

4.0

Thu17-21 1700-2030(428)

English

427

2203

2.0

4.0

VETERINARY MEDICINE

Thu17-21 1700-2030(428)

English

428

2178

2.0

4.0

VETERINARY MEDICINE

Fri17-21 1700-2030(408)

English

429

2176

VETERINARY CLINICAL PATHOLOGY

2.0

2.0

VETERINARY MEDICINE

Tue13-16 1500-1700(306)

English

Theory

430

2201

VETERINARY IMAGING DIAGNOSTICS PRACTICE VETERINARY PHARMACOLOGY

2.0

4.0

VETERINARY MEDICINE

Thu09-16 1300-1700(428) Mon09-12 1300-1500(409), Thu01-04 0900-1100(410) Tue04-06 1030-1200(510), Thu01-03 0900-1030(510) Wed17-19 1700-1900(103)

English

Experiment + Practice

431

2154

4.0

4.0

VETERINARY MEDICINE

English

Theory

432

2180

VETERINARY INFECTIOUS DISEASE 2 LABORATORY OF VETERINARY INFECTIOUS DISEASE 2 EXPERIMENT FOR VETERINARY PHARMACOLOGY VETERINARY IMAGING DIAGNOSTICS PRACTICE LABORATORY OF VETERINARY INFECTIOUS DISEASE 2 VETERINARY HISTOLOGY PRACTICE 2

3.0

3.0

VETERINARY MEDICINE

English

Theory

433

2181

1.0

2.0

VETERINARY MEDICINE

English

Experiment + Practice Experiment + Practice Experiment + Practice Experiment + Practice Experiment + Practice

434

2155

1.0

2.0

VETERINARY MEDICINE

Wed09-12 1300-1500(509)

English

435

2204

2.0

4.0

VETERINARY MEDICINE

Wed17-21 1700-2030(428)

English

436

2182

1.0

2.0

VETERINARY MEDICINE

Wed09-12 1300-1500(103)

English

437

2161

1.0

2.0

VETERINARY MEDICINE

Tue13-16 1500-1700(408)

English

438

2163

VETERINARY ANATOMY 2

3.0

3.0

VETERINARY MEDICINE

Thu05-07 1100-1230(409), Fri01-03 0900-1030(409)

English

Theory

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No. Year

Category

Course No.

Course Name (Korean)

Course Name (English)


VETERINARY HISTOLOGY PRACTICE 2

Credits

Hours

College/Department (Korean)

College/Department (English)

Time/Classroom

Professor

Language

Course Description
Fine structure of cardiovascular system, lymphatic organs, skin, digestive organs, respiratory organs, urinary system, genital system will be instructed by microscopic observation. The purpose of systemic pathology is to apply what students learned in general pathology for the precise understanding of specific disease. Basic concepts and principles of disease will continue to be emphasized. For each organ system we will learn to characterize and classify gross and microscopic lesions, discuss general pathogenesis and immunopathogenesis, and correlated lesions with etiology and clinical sign. We will continue to build upon student knowledge of normal structure and function, to provide a basis to understand disease diagnosis and clinical therapy. Overall, the student skills in recognition and description of lesions, correlations of functional changes with tissue structural alterations and an understanding the wide variety of disease processes in the organ system and animal. This course is intended to provide general knowledges about the zoonosis which caused by virus, fungi, rickettia, chlamydia and parasites. Epidemics and pathogenic mechanism by the pathogens which listed in the above will be covered. The laboratory provides clinical skills to apply clinical tests and to interpret test results for diagnosis through understanding of causes and mechanisms of disease in animals. Differential diagnosis, definitive diagnosis and prescription, therapeutic skills are lectuered and veterinary practice skills are also strengthened. It will consist of lectures and practicals to provide students with practical knowledge of laboratory diagnosis. Students will be taught the isolation and identification of avian pathogens, serology, genetic analysis, tissue culture. Animal positioning and restriction for radiography, technical practice and interpretation of simple and contrast radiography and ultrasonography. It will consist of lectures and practicals to provide students with practical knowledge of laboratory diagnosis. Students will be taught the isolation and identification of avian pathogens, serology, genetic analysis, tissue culture. The laboratory provides clinical skills to apply clinical tests and to interpret test results for diagnosis through understanding of causes and mechanisms of disease in animals. Interpretation of simple and contrast radiography in small animals. The fundamental principles of diagnostic ultrasound and interpretation of ultrasonography in small animals.

Course Type
Experiment + Practice

Remarks

439

2162

1.0

2.0

VETERINARY MEDICINE

Tue09-12 1300-1500(408)

English

440

2172

VETERINARY PATHOLOGY 2

3.0

3.0

VETERINARY MEDICINE

Tue01-03 0900-1030(306), Thu04-06 1030-1200(306)

English

Theory

441

2168

VETERINARY PUBLIC HEALTH 2

2.0

2.0

VETERINARY MEDICINE

Tue09-12 1300-1500(410)

English

Theory

442

2177

VETERINARY CLINICAL PATHOLOGY LABORATORY PRACTICE IN VETERINARY INTERNAL MEDICINE 2

2.0

4.0

VETERINARY MEDICINE

Fri09-16 1300-1700(408)

English

Experiment + Practice Experiment + Practice

443

2194

2.0

4.0

VETERINARY MEDICINE

Fri17-21 1700-2030(107)

, , ,

English

444

2185

AVIAN DISEASE PRACTICE

1.0

2.0

VETERINARY MEDICINE

Mon21-22 1945-2115(103)

English

Experiment + Practice

445

2202

VETERINARY IMAGING DIAGNOSTICS PRACTICE

2.0

4.0

VETERINARY MEDICINE

Tue17-21 1700-2030(428)

English

Experiment + Practice

446

2187

AVIAN DISEASE PRACTICE

1.0

2.0

VETERINARY MEDICINE

Wed22-23 2030-2200(103)

English

Experiment + Practice

447

2179

VETERINARY CLINICAL PATHOLOGY LABORATORY VETERINARY IMAGING DIAGNOSTICS

2.0

4.0

VETERINARY MEDICINE

Wed17-21 1700-2030(408) Tue01-03 0900-1030(410), Tue12-14 1430-1600(510)

English

Experiment + Practice

448

2200

3.0

3.0

VETERINARY MEDICINE

English

Theory

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No. Year

Category

Course No.

Course Name (Korean)

Course Name (English)

Credits

Hours

College/Department (Korean)

College/Department (English)

Time/Classroom

Professor

Language

Course Description
The purpose of this course include introductions to I) the effects of environment and it's changes on the health and diseases occurrence in animals, and II) water, air, soil contamination problems in modern society. It will consist of lectures, slide studies, and case studies. Students will be taught the major avian bacterial and emerging disease epidemiology, etiology, pathogenesis, diagnosis, prevention and control. Basic techniques for diagnosis of infectious diseases in dog and cat are practiced in the experimental course. It will consist of lectures and practicals to provide students with practical knowledge of laboratory diagnosis. Students will be taught the isolation and identification of avian pathogens, serology, genetic analysis, tissue culture. Differential diagnosis, definitive diagnosis and prescription, therapeutic skills are lectuered and veterinary practice skills are also strengthened. Differential diagnosis, definitive diagnosis and prescription, therapeutic skills are lectuered and veterinary practice skills are also strengthened. The laboratory provides clinical skills to apply clinical tests and to interpret test results for diagnosis through understanding of causes and mechanisms of disease in animals. Differential diagnosis, definitive diagnosis and prescription, therapeutic skills are lectuered and veterinary practice skills are also strengthened. Neurology, respiratory disease, cardiovascular disorders, gastrointestinal diseases, endocrinopathy, nephrology and urology, dermatology, ophthalomology in dogs, cats, large animals, exotics and wild lifes are lectured and noninfectious diseases are also educated. It includes thermodynamics, quantum chemistry, solid structure, solution property, and other topics. The molecular basis for structure and function in animal and plant cells. Composition, ultrastructure, regulation, and growth of eukaryotic cells. Energy transduction, cell division and organell development will be stressed. Based on what you have learned in English Writing 1&2, this course aims to refine your critical thinking and writing skills, simultaneously widening your knowledge and understanding of American Culture. As a means to reach the goal, we will read and analyze historically and rhetorically important American speeches, exploring their historical contexts and influences.

Course Type

Remarks

449

2188

ENVIRONMENTAL HYGIENE

2.0

2.0

VETERINARY MEDICINE

Mon15-18 1600-1800(510)

English

Theory

450

2184

AVIAN DISEASE 2

2.0

2.0

VETERINARY MEDICINE

Mon13-16 1500-1700(306)

English

Theory

451

2183

LABORATORY OF VETERINARY INFECTIOUS DISEASE 2

1.0

2.0

VETERINARY MEDICINE

Wed13-16 1500-1700(103)

English

Experiment + Practice

452

2186

AVIAN DISEASE PRACTICE

1.0

2.0

VETERINARY MEDICINE

Wed20-21 1900-2030(103)

English

Experiment + Practice

453

2192

PRACTICE IN VETERINARY INTERNAL MEDICINE 2 PRACTICE IN VETERINARY INTERNAL MEDICINE 2 VETERINARY CLINICAL PATHOLOGY LABORATORY PRACTICE IN VETERINARY INTERNAL MEDICINE 2

2.0

4.0

VETERINARY MEDICINE

Fri09-16 1300-1700(107)

, , , , , , , , , , , ,

English

Experiment + Practice Experiment + Practice Experiment + Practice Experiment + Practice

454

2193

2.0

4.0

VETERINARY MEDICINE

Tue17-21 1700-2030(103)

English

455

2189

2.0

4.0

VETERINARY MEDICINE

Mon19-22 1815-2115(408)

English

456

2191

2.0

4.0

VETERINARY MEDICINE

Thu01-08 0900-1300(103) Tue04-06 1030-1200(409), Tue09-11 1300-1430(409), Wed13-16 1500-1700(409) Mon01-03 0900-1030(222), Wed04-06 1030-1200(222) Mon16-18 1630-1800(222), Wed16-18 1630-1800(222)

English

457

2190

VETERINARY INTERNAL MEDICINE 2

5.0

5.0

VETERINARY MEDICINE

English

Theory

458

3907

PHYSICAL CHEMISTRY

3.0

3.0

COLLEGE OF GENERAL STUDIES

SAMPATH NATARAJAN

English

Theory

459

3908

CELL BIOLOGY

3.0

3.0

COLLEGE OF GENERAL STUDIES

English

Theory

460

3910

AMERICAN CULTURE 1

3.0

3.0

COLLEGE OF GENERAL STUDIES

Tue10-12 1330-1500(221), Thu04-06 1030-1200(221)

English

Theory

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No. Year

Category

Course No.

Course Name (Korean)

Course Name (English)

Credits

Hours

College/Department (Korean)

College/Department (English)

Time/Classroom

Professor

Language

Course Description
This course aims at explicating contemporary Korean society through various keywords related to cultural phenomena. The following 10 keywords will be focused on: fetishism, capitalism, and consumer culture, which standardizes daily lives; culture of violence which spreads on young generation; lookism, expansion of the various mass media, and estate hot blast etc. This course will help students to increase their ability to understand cultural phenomena on the basis of these keywords. I hope that the students can build up their view of the society at the end of this course.

Course Type

Remarks

461

3911

UNDERSTANDING MODERN KOREAN SOCIETY AND CULTURE

3.0

3.0

COLLEGE OF GENERAL STUDIES

Mon04-06 1030-1200(221), Thu01-03 0900-1030(221)

English

Theory

462

3935

INTRODUCTION TO TECHNOLOGY FUSION

3.0

3.0

DIVISION OF INTERDISCIPLINARY STUDIES

Wed01-03 0900-1030(221), Fri01-03 0900-1030(221)

, , , ,

English

In this course, the concept of technology fusion is explained and the examples of technology fusion as effective solutions to complicated problems are introduced.

Theory

463

3936

HUMAN RIGHTS AND JUSTICE

3.0

3.0

DIVISION OF INTERDISCIPLINARY Wed13-18 1500-1800(221) STUDIES

English

This course delves into the general principles of Constitutional Law and legal principle of basic rights of people. In this course, important computational methods such as matrix operation, interpolation, numerical differentiation, numerical integration are explained. Students can develop their ability to apply the theories to real applications through programing practice. This course is designed for low advanced-level students majoring in Interdisciplinary Studies. It focuses on improving analytical and critical thinking skills, and increasing fluency as well as confidence in English. This is highly interactive course with group and pair work, presentations, and student-centered activities. Students will learn how to express their thought and ideas effectively. Discussion topics include a wide range of college-level subjects and current issues from newspaper articles and Internet news articles. This course must be taken jointly with English Composition 2 so that students are encouraged to write essays on the topics after each session. This course is designed for low advanced-level students majoring in Interdisciplinary Studies. It focuses on improving analytical and critical thinking skills, and increasing fluency as well as confidence in English. This is highly interactive course with group and pair work, presentations, and student-centered activities. Students will learn how to express their thought and ideas effectively. Discussion topics include a wide range of college-level subjects and current issues from newspaper articles and Internet news articles. This course must be taken jointly with English Composition 2 so that students are encouraged to write essays on the topics after each session.

Theory

464

3945

GENERAL COMPUTATIONAL ANALYSIS

3.0

3.0

Mon04-06 DIVISION OF 1030-1200(320), INTERDISCIPLINARY Wed04-06 STUDIES 1030-1200(320)

English

Theory

465

0356

ENGLISH DISCUSSION 2

2.0

2.0

DIVISION OF INTERDISCIPLINARY Fri05-08 1100-1300(222) STUDIES

English

Theory

466

0353

ENGLISH DISCUSSION 2

2.0

2.0

DIVISION OF INTERDISCIPLINARY Wed07-10 1200-1400(221) STUDIES

English

Theory

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No. Year

Category

Course No.

Course Name (Korean)

Course Name (English)

Credits

Hours

College/Department (Korean)

College/Department (English)

Time/Classroom

Professor

Language

Course Description
This course is designed for low advanced-level students majoring in Interdisciplinary Studies. It focuses on improving analytical and critical thinking skills, and increasing fluency as well as confidence in English. This is highly interactive course with group and pair work, presentations, and student-centered activities. Students will learn how to express their thought and ideas effectively. Discussion topics include a wide range of college-level subjects and current issues from newspaper articles and Internet news articles. This course must be taken jointly with English Composition 2 so that students are encouraged to write essays on the topics after each session. This course is designed for low advanced-level students majoring in Interdisciplinary Studies. It focuses on improving analytical and critical thinking skills, and increasing fluency as well as confidence in English. This is highly interactive course with group and pair work, presentations, and student-centered activities. Students will learn how to express their thought and ideas effectively. Discussion topics include a wide range of college-level subjects and current issues from newspaper articles and Internet news articles. This course must be taken jointly with English Composition 2 so that students are encouraged to write essays on the topics after each session. This course is designed for low advanced-level students majoring in Interdisciplinary Studies. It focuses on improving analytical and critical thinking skills, and increasing fluency as well as confidence in English. This is highly interactive course with group and pair work, presentations, and student-centered activities. Students will learn how to express their thought and ideas effectively. Discussion topics include a wide range of college-level subjects and current issues from newspaper articles and Internet news articles. This course must be taken jointly with English Composition 2 so that students are encouraged to write essays on the topics after each session. Based on what students have learned in English Writing 1, this course aims to improve students' critical thinking ability and, thus, their ability to develop complex yet clearly-stated written arguments and interpretations. Students will go through activities such as essay writing, peer review processes, and revision for the goal. Based on what students have learned in English Writing 1, this course aims to improve students' critical thinking ability and, thus, their ability to develop complex yet clearly-stated written arguments and interpretations. Students will go through activities such as essay writing, peer review processes, and revision for the goal.

Course Type

Remarks

467

0355

ENGLISH DISCUSSION 2

2.0

2.0

DIVISION OF INTERDISCIPLINARY Thu09-12 1300-1500(221) STUDIES

English

Theory

468

0354

ENGLISH DISCUSSION 2

2.0

2.0

DIVISION OF INTERDISCIPLINARY Thu01-04 0900-1100(222) STUDIES

English

Theory

469

0357

ENGLISH DISCUSSION 2

2.0

2.0

DIVISION OF Fri09-12 INTERDISCIPLINARY 1300-1500(222) STUDIES

English

Theory

470

0364

ENGLISH COMPOSITION 2

2.0

2.0

DIVISION OF INTERDISCIPLINARY Fri09-12 1300-1500(221) STUDIES

English

Theory

471

0362

ENGLISH COMPOSITION 2

2.0

2.0

DIVISION OF INTERDISCIPLINARY Tue05-08 1100-1300(221) STUDIES

English

Theory

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No. Year

Category

Course No.

Course Name (Korean)

Course Name (English)

Credits

Hours

College/Department (Korean)

College/Department (English)

Time/Classroom

Professor

Language

Course Description
Based on what students have learned in English Writing 1, this course aims to improve students' critical thinking ability and, thus, their ability to develop complex yet clearly-stated written arguments and interpretations. Students will go through activities such as essay writing, peer review processes, and revision for the goal. Based on what students have learned in English Writing 1, this course aims to improve students' critical thinking ability and, thus, their ability to develop complex yet clearly-stated written arguments and interpretations. Students will go through activities such as essay writing, peer review processes, and revision for the goal. Based on what students have learned in English Writing 1, this course aims to improve students' critical thinking ability and, thus, their ability to develop complex yet clearly-stated written arguments and interpretations. Students will go through activities such as essay writing, peer review processes, and revision for the goal. This course provides basic experimental techniques of general Chemistry. This course provides basic experimental techniques of general biology. This course provides basic experimental techniques of general Chemistry. This course provides basic experimental techniques of general biology. The course will begin with the French alphabet. It will be continued with basic grammar and skills in conversation and reading. For this class, audio and video will be used, too. On the intermediary level II of the German language course, students will learn to translate and interpretate German literary text. This course aims not only at improving reading skills, but increasing understanding of German culture. This course teaches a basic grammar of classical(biblical) Hebrew. This course introduces students who have master the basics of Hebrew grammar to simple texts to increase the level of reading comprehension and more diverse grammar patterns and elements. This course examines the history of the Jewish People when they were forced to leave the Holy Land after the destruction of the Second Temple(70CE). The course is designed to consider the faith and ethnic consciousness of the Jewish People in overcoming the difficulties of the time.

Course Type

Remarks

472

0363

ENGLISH COMPOSITION 2

2.0

2.0

DIVISION OF INTERDISCIPLINARY Fri05-08 1100-1300(221) STUDIES

English

Theory

473

0360

ENGLISH COMPOSITION 2

2.0

2.0

DIVISION OF Mon05-08 INTERDISCIPLINARY 1100-1300(222) STUDIES

English

Theory

474

0361

ENGLISH COMPOSITION 2

2.0

2.0

DIVISION OF INTERDISCIPLINARY Mon09-12 1300-1500(221) STUDIES

English

Theory

475

3924

GENERAL CHEMISTRY LAB. 2 GENERAL BIOLOGY LAB. 2 GENERAL CHEMISTRY LAB. 2 GENERAL BIOLOGY LAB. 2 FRENCH FOR BEGINNERS

1.0

2.0

DIVISION OF SPECIALIZED STUDIES DIVISION OF SPECIALIZED STUDIES DIVISION OF SPECIALIZED STUDIES DIVISION OF SPECIALIZED STUDIES All majors

Mon09-12 1300-1500(704) Mon09-12 1300-1500(708) Tue09-12 1300-1500(704) Tue09-12 1300-1500(708) Wed07-12 1200-1500(212)

English

Experiment + Practice Experiment + Practice Experiment + Practice Experiment + Practice Theory

476

4116

1.0

2.0

English

477

4109

1.0

2.0

English

478

3925

1.0

2.0

English

479

1385

2.0

3.0

French

480

3787

GERMAN 4

1.0

2.0

EU

EUROPEAN UNION Fri07-10 CULTURAL STUDIES 1200-1400(209)

English

Theory

481

3994

BIBLICAL HEBREW 1

2.0

3.0

JEWISH MIDDLE EAST STUDIES

Tue07-09 1200-1330(208), Thu15-17 1600-1730(208) Tue13-18 1500-1800(208)

English

Theory

482

3983

MODERN HEBREW 4

2.0

3.0

JEWISH MIDDLE EAST STUDIES

English

Theory

483

3985

JEWS IN THE WORLD

3.0

3.0

JEWISH MIDDLE EAST STUDIES, EUROPEAN CULTURAL STUDIES

Wed07-09 1200-1330(208), Fri07-09 1200-1330(208)

English

Theory

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2011
No. Year Category Course No. Course Name (Korean) Course Name (English) Credits Hours College/Department (Korean) College/Department (English)
BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION, MANAGEMENT OF TECHNOLOGY, CHINESE COMMERCE AND BUSINESS, INTERNATIONAL BUSINESS BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION, MANAGEMENT OF TECHNOLOGY, CHINESE COMMERCE AND BUSINESS, INTERNATIONAL BUSINESS BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION

Time/Classroom

Professor

Language

Course Description
The basic concepts of management principles in the current business environment, the fundamentals of modern business administration are examined from the viewpoint of the cultivation of management ability and the nature of business administration, management planning, management control, leadership, the basic principles of organizing, profit control system, and business units are major topics of the course.

Course Type

Remarks

0490

PRINCIPLES OF MANAGEMENT

3.0

3.0

, , ,

Fri01-06 0900-1200 (204)

Chinese

Theory

For foreign students only

0497

PRINCIPLES OF ACCOUNTING

3.0

3.0

, , ,

Fri01-06 0900-1200 (107)

Chinese

It covers basic concepts, functions, and bookkeeping structure in accounting. Opportunity for application to actual problems is emphasized.

Theory

For foreign students only

3336

INTERMEDIATE ACCOUNTING 2

3.0

3.0

Tue01-06 0900-1200 (104) Tue13-18 1500-1800 (210)

Chinese

Theory and practice of financial accounting underlying the recognition and measurement of operating results of business enterprise in accordance with the generally accepted accounting principles. Through grounding in cost accounting systems including cost concepts, the flows of costs, cost allocation, job and process costing, and variable product costing. Induces students to deepen their knowledge on the characteristic features of international marketing, including the development of the discipline and the emergence of multinational corporations. Strategic planning process is designed to fit the organization and environment. And Segmenting, targeting, positioning strategy are examined to copy with the changing environments. In every managing activities of not only every business production, but many other nonprofit organizations such as hospital, education, public service etc,. understanding processes and/or systems in a scientific and systematic way is essential to effectively and efficiently make decisions. Issues of operations and/or positioning (system) strategy, capacity planning, location, layout, and scheduling etc., including various innovative techniques and decision making models, are treated in this course. This course is one of core business classes, so every business students are required to apply. Financial decision-making in the corporation and analytical techniques for solving financial problems are examined in this course. Financial decisions such as investing in fixed assets, obtaining debt and equity funds, and determining the proper amount of working capital are considered. Problems and cases are used to demonstrate the applicability of the analytical techniques.

Theory

For foreign students only For foreign students only For foreign students only For foreign students only

4283

COST ACCOUNTING

3.0

3.0

BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION

Chinese

Theory

4299

INTERNATIONAL MARKETING

3.0

3.0

INTERNATIONAL TRADE

Wed7-121200-1500 (107)

Chinese

Theory

3997

MARKETING STRATEGY

3.0

3.0

BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION

Fri07-12 1200-1500 (210)

Chinese

Theory

2988

PRODUCTION & OPERATIONS MANAGEMENT

3.0

3.0

BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION

Tue07-12 1200-1500 (104)

Chinese

Theory

For foreign students only

2993

FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT

3.0

3.0

INTERNATIONAL BUSINESS, BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION

Fri07-12 (201)

Chinese

Theory

For foreign students only

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No. Year

Category

Course No.

Course Name (Korean)

Course Name (English)

Credits

Hours

College/Department (Korean)

College/Department (English)

Time/Classroom

Professor

Language

Course Description
Deals with the characteristics and trends of China's external commercial relations, and assesses the effects on the South-East Asian economies of China's emergence as a potential economic giant. Evaluates the Korea-China economic relationship by comparing Korean firms' experiences with those of foreign business concerns in China. This course deals with the basic concepts of macroeconomic theory, including economic growth and business cycles, and provides an introduction to open economy macroeconomics. This course will provide students with the basic knowledge of pre-modern history of East Asia, focusing on the birth of civilization and ancient nation, and the socio-economic structure of the middle ages. Seoul, is where the many historic relics and various cultures remain since the prehistoric age, and is harmonized with traditions, advanced science, and diverse civilizations. This course introduces Seoul as a hub of the past, the president and the future, and provides strategic approach on structuring the upcoming future in both cultural and historical aspects. This course is designed for students desiring an introduction to Korean history. It will provide the students with basic perspectives and texts to enhance the understanding of Korean history. It will also encourage them not only to achieve historical knoeledges, but to gain insights into the future of Korea.

Course Type

Remarks

3327

CHINESE ECONOMY

3.0

3.0

INTERNATIONAL TRADE

Fri07-12 1200-1500 (204)

Chinese

Theory

For foreign students only

10

3330

MACROECONOMIC THEORY

3.0

3.0

INTERNATIONAL TRADE

Tue01-06 0900-1200 (107)

Chinese

Theory

For foreign students only For foreign students only

11

1103

HISTORY OF ORIENTAL AND FAR EASTERN CULTURE

3.0

3.0

All majors

Tue13-18 1500-1800 (208)

Chinese

Theory

12

1723

CULTURE AND HISTORY OF SEOUL

2.0

2.0

All majors

Fri13-16 1500-1700 (223)

Chinese

Theory

For foreign students only

13

1212

KOREAN HISTORY

3.0

3.0

All majors

Wed07-12 1200-1500 (209)

Chinese

Theory

For foreign students only

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