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Credit Requirements for Graduation

Credit Requirements for Graduation
Entry
Year
Liberal Arts Major General
Elective
Graduation
Credit
Minor
Required Elective Total
Credit
Minimum Major Additional
Course
Total
Credit
Required Elective Total
Before 2007 6 18 24 - - 33 21 54 52 130 21
After
2008
6 18 24 18 27 45 21 66 40 130 21


Sample Course Sequence

*Please consult with your academic advisor to select coursed in a sequence that makes sense for you. If you started college after 2008, please visit CBA 2-106 for a sample course plan


Sample Course Sequence
Year Spring Semester Fall Semester
First Year
(Credits)
Principles of Management (3)
Principles of Accounting (3)
Introduction to International Trade (3)
Mathematics for Management (3)
Second Year
(Credits)
Quantitative Analysis (3)
Business Statistics (3)
Cost Accounting (3)
Intermediate Accounting 1 (3)
Business Communication (3)
Cost and Management Accounting (3)
Financial Accounting (3)
Organizational Behavior (3)
Introduction to Civil Law (3)
Third Year
(Credits)
Management Information System (3)
Consumer Behavior (3)
Investment Theory (3)
Auditing (3)
Accounting and information Technology (3)
Multinational Corporation Theory (3)
Advanced Accounting (3)
Tax Accounting 1 (3)
Production and Operations Management (3)
Human Resource Management (3)
Management Analysis (3)
Marketing Research (3)
Tax Accounting 2 (3)
Strategic Management (3)
Entrepreneurship and Small Business Management (3)
International Finance Management (3)
Multimedia Information (3)
Insurance (3)
Organizational Development (3)
Electronic Commerce (3)
Fourth Year
(Credits)
Labor Relations (3)
Financial Institution Management (3)
Service Marketing (3)
Quality Management (3)
International Trade Practice (3)
International Marketing (3)
Management Innovation (3)
Supply Chain Management 1(3)
Supply Chain Management 2 (3)
Financial Markets (3)
Business Ethics (3)
Production Technology Management (3)
Advertising Management (3)
Case Study From Management Practice (3)


Undergraduate Courses Offered

교과과정
Department Course number Course Description
Business Administration BUS1001 Principles of Management This is mainly prepared for the freshmen and also for those who are to manage a business firm in the future. This therefore includes not only management concept and business environment but decision making, organizational architecture, individuals, groups and so many business technical devices. This subject may also provide who are to work at any non-profit organizations with basic and upgraded bundles of knowledge.
Business Administration BUS1002 Principles of Accounting This is the foundation course in accounting. This course aims to introduce accounting principles and basic concepts: double-entry bookkeeping system, accrual basis accounting, preparation and analysis of financial statements, and use of financial statements in business decisions.
Business Administration BUS2001 Business Statistics This course introduces statistics and probability theory. Topics include sampling, descriptive statistics, scatter plots, statistical inferences, difference tests, correlation analysis, analysis of variance, regression,etc.
Business Administration BUS2004 Intermediate Accounting 1   The purpose of the course is to learn the underlying theories and practices of financial accounting. It is practically hard to study financial accounting concepts and practices in one semester. Therefore, financial accounting should be taught in two semesters. Intermediate Accounting 1 is the first part of the intermediate accounting courses. In Intermediate Accounting 1, students will learn those major accounting issues as financial accounting concepts, accounting cycle, financial statements, application of present value techniques and the valuation of various assets and liabilities.
Business Administration BUS2012 Organizational Behavior Organization Behavior is a field of study that investigates what people do in an organization and how that behavior affects the performance of organization. The topics include motivation, leadership, communication, decision making, organizational culture and organizational development.
Business Administration BUS2017 Financial Management  The Financial Management is an introductory course to stucy other finance-related subjects.  Basic concepts such as time value of money, risk-return tradeoff, cost of capital, capital budgeting and capital structure, M&A are included in this cousre. The basics on statistics and economics are needed to take this course.
Business Administration BUS2018 Marketing Management Marketing is a business function for managing the amount and timing of the market demand for a firm's outputs. This course will inform students about the state-of-the-art theories and practices of managing the marketing function. This course will deal with such topics as marketing environments-such as customers, competitors, firm's competences, and macro environments-scanning through the SWOT analysis, market segmentation, targeting, business portfolio formation, positioning, and marketing mix.
Business Administration BUS2019 International Business Management The course teaches major issues and problems arising in international business management. Major topics of the course include trade of goods and services, trade of intellectual properties, and foreign direct investments. Special emphases will be given to international business environments, international business strategy, and international business management.
Business Administration BUS2021 Business Law The course is designed to learn the general theory of business related laws and regulations. The laws and regulations the students will learn in the course are the commercial codes, the code of notes and checks, and the law of negotiable instruments.
Business Administration BUS2027 Introduction to Civil Law This course deals with general principles commonly applicable to civil law in general. It provides a foundation not only for civil law, but for the study of law in general. This subject discusses the significance of fundamental principles and rights and obligations under civil law, the object and subject of such rights, and the causes of changes to these rights, particularly legal conduct.
Business Administration BUS2031 Business Communications and Negotiation

 

Business Administration BUS3011 Human Resources Management The course covers basic concepts and principles of human resource management and the management of manpower planning. Topics include selection, placement, training, and promotion of human resources.
Business Administration  BUS1003 Introduction to International Trade This course provides overview of trade theory, international business, international commerce and law. The course focuses on the basic principles of the classical and neoclassical international trade theories. Also covered in the course are the modern theories of international trade and their practical applications to the current issues encountered in the real world of international trade.
Business Administration  BUS2013 Mathematics for Management This course introduces mathematical concepts and tools that are essential for rational decision making in business environment. Students will learn some basic mathematical tools such as calculus, linear algebra, matrix and so forth that can be utilized handsomely in some business decision makings.
Business Administration  BUS2014 Organization Theory This is an introductory course to individual and group behavior in the organizational context. Topics include personality, motivation, leadership, group dynamics, decision making theories and things of that nature.
Business Administration  BUS2020 Management Information System There is to connection of information demand and all methodology for construction and information society, and study on a phase of a company information system and role as grasp a hierarchical functional component and characteristic of a company organization by system approaches.
Business Administration  BUS2023 Intermediate Accounting 2   The purpose of the course is to learn the underlying theories and practices of financial accounting. It is practically hard to study financial accounting concepts and practices in one semester. Therefore, financial accounting should be taught in two semesters. Intermediate Accounting 2 is the second part of the intermediate accounting courses. Students will learn those major accounting issues as owners' equity, dilutive securities, earnings per share, recognition of revenues and expenses, accounting changes and correction of errors, lease accounting, deferred taxes, cash flow statement and financial statement analysis.
Business Administration  BUS2029  Computerized Accounting The course is aimed to teach students how to acquire computer skills in preparing, processing and analyzing accounting informations in computerized accounting system. The students in the course will primarily learn how to use  financial data for many types of decision-making.
Business Administration  BUS2030 Managerial Decision Making This course aims at improving decision making capability by understanding both behavioral and quantitative side of decision problem. The first part of the course will cover scientific, analytical, and quantitative approach while the second part explore various biases, bounds and limitation of human decisions.
Business Administration  BUS2032 Management Information and Big Data Nowadays, big data in business is regarded as valuable resources to identify the change of business environments. Big data and analytics can have a big impact on firms, business, and society. This course helps to understand storing, analyzing, using, and predicting business information, which provides the way of business innovation by big data analytics.
Business Administration  BUS2033 Managerial Accounting 1 This course is designed to teach students the basic concepts of costs and the applications of cost concepts in management decision making processes. The main subjects covered in the course include job-order costing, process costing, and standard costs. 
Business Administration  BUS2034 Managerial Accounting 2 The course is designed to teach students how to use accounting data in internal management planning and control. It is primarily concerned with accounting techniques that affect decisions on resource allocation and performance evaluation. The main topics include cost estimation and reporting, cost-volume-profit analysis, master budget, capital budgeting, variance analysis, cost allocation, divisional performance evaluation, and decision making under uncertainty.
Business Administration  BUS3001 Consumer Behavior The importance of understanding consumer behavior in marketing management and the usefulness of behavioral science in understanding consumer behavior are emphasized. In addition, various managerial knowledge and skills in understanding consumer behavior are introduced.
Business Administration  BUS3002 Investment Theory  The Investment is an intermediate course of finace-related subjects. The Investment course deal with portfolio analysis and asset pricing theories, option and futures, interest-rate theories and bond portfolio management, valuation of stocks, technical analysis and portfolio performance evaluation. Basic knowledges on financial management, economics and statistics are essential for this course.
Business Administration  BUS3003 Auditing The course aims to help students learn the basic concepts and techniques of audit function of financial statements prepared by the management of business firms. The students in the course learn audit standards, internal control, ethics, audit reports, audit risks and legal liabilities of auditors. The students will also learn the application of statistics in sampling and analytical review of financial statements. 
Business Administration  BUS3004 Accounting Information System The course is designed to help students learn the concepts and practices of accounting information systems. More specifically, the students in the course will learn the concepts pertaining to systems, information, managerial decision making, control, accounting models, and information technology.
Business Administration  BUS3005 Management of Multinational Enterprise The course aimed to teach students the basic concepts underlying the management of multinational enterprises in a global economy. The main subjects of the course include the nature of MNE, internationalization of MNE, MNE Theory, service MNE, inter-relationship between MNE and government, and the functional areas of MNE(marketing, finance, production, personnel, organization).
Business Administration  BUS3006 Advanced Accounting In the course, students will learn financial reporting issues in affiliated companies. Students will learn concept and techniques to prepare consolidated combined financial statements, and accounting problems of M&A.
Business Administration  BUS3008 Tax Accounting 1 This course aims to learn the general principles and practical applications of business tax laws including corporate income taxes. The students in the course will primarily learn how to prepare tax returns for business entities including the reconciliation accounting income to tax income.
Business Administration  BUS3009 Production & Operations Management  We study several topics related to how to design, operate, and control a production and service system so that we are able to understand how manufacturing and service industries can achieve their goal efficiently and successfully in a competitive environment.
Business Administration  BUS3012 Management Analysis This course is designed to learn the basic concepts and tools of analyzingand valuing businesses. Topics include financial planning and control tools, financial ratio analysis, EVA, financial strategies and so forth.
Business Administration  BUS3013 International Marketing  This is mainly prepared for the juniors and the seniors who are majoring in business administration. However those who want to hear this subject as a non-busniness student, they're asked to do coursework business management, marketing management or international business before applying this subject. This therefore includes international environment, international marketing management and coordinating internatinal marketing.
Business Administration  BUS3015 Tax Accounting 2 The course will teach students the general principles and practical applications of tax laws other than corporate income taxes. The taxes covered in the course include personal income tax, value added tax, inheritance tax, property taxes and other local taxes.
Business Administration  BUS3016 Strategic Management The course is to learn the basic concepts of strategic management. The major topics of the course include portfolio management at the corporate level, strategy analysis at the business level, and functional analysis.
Business Administration  BUS3018 International Finance Management  In this subject we deal with the rational decision making with regard to financing and investing of the international firms. It aims to develop international financial managers who can solve the problems which the international firms face in doing business globally. The main topics are the equilibrium of international financial and capital markets, the nature of foreign exchange markets, foreign investment and cost of capital, working capital management, and international accounting, etc.
Business Administration  BUS3021 Insurance The course is to learn the basic concepts of insurance. The major subjects of the course include risks, the role of insurance in risk management, property losses, legal liabilities, and other insurance related issues. They will also learn the diverse insurance policies including health insurance, life insurance and casualty insurances.
Business Administration  BUS3022 Organizational Development This is an introductory course to various behavioral science techniques. The course will teach various behavioral science techniques that are useful in bringing about organizational changes to achieve the objectives of business organizations. 
Business Administration  BUS3024 International Trade Practice This course is designed to help students learn the legal environments of international commerce.  Students in the course will learn laws, conventions, practices, claims and their settlements related to diverse international business.
Business Administration  BUS3030 Starting Business and Small Business Management The purpose of the course is to learn the fundamental concepts and practices of small business management and to start business effectively. The students will learn the importance of small businesses as a backbone of modern business worlds. They will learn practical strategies and cases related to small business management.
Business Administration  BUS3033 Governmental Accounting The course is designed to help students learn underlying concepts of governmental accounting and technical skills to prepare financial statements for all spectrum of governmental units. The main contents of the course will cover the understanding of accrual-basis governmental accounting, budget accounting, legal system and scope of state and municipality, financial statements, accounting for national treasury, fund accounting, and other related matters.
Business Administration  BUS3034 Understanding and Using of Multimedia Multimedia is a new communication toolbox for firms, employees, customers, and all stakeholders. The aim of this course is to enhance students' abilities of multimedia contents planning and production in business planning&analysis, operating, reporting, and delivering processes of multimedia.
Business Administration  BUS3035 Introduction to e-Business Advances in Information Technology (IT) have led to the appearance of new products and services. Also, IT and internet development have changed even management processes. This course enables students to learn the concept of e-business and the state-of-the-art of e-business models, and ultimately to create new e-business models.
Business Administration  BUS3036 Financial Accounting Practices    This course provides a comprehensive understanding of financial accounting and problem-solving abilities for students who have already taken Principles of Accounting and Intermediate Accounting. This course deals with the theory and applied problems from all areas in financial accounting.
Business Administration  BUS3037 Managerial Accounting Practices   The aim of the course is to give the students insights in management accounting on a more advanced level compared to the basic knowledge acquired on management accounting 1 and management accounting 2. The main target for this course are students who are interested in CPA, CTA, accounting specialists, and financial analysts etc.  After taking the course, the student will: · Have deeper knowledge and understanding about management accounting issues including costing, performance evaluation, strategic management accounting and incentive systems. · Be updated concerning the more recent development in management accounting and the emergence of new methods. · Have insight in and understanding of the philosophy behind management accounting methods. · Be able to critically analyse management accounting problems and their effects in organizations. · Be able to take part in the design and use of the management accounting system in organizations.
Business Administration  BUS4003 Labor Relations   Labor relations can be dichotomized into microscopic and macroscopic labor relations. The microscopic labor relations focus on the labor relations at individual entity level, whereas the macroscopic labor relations focus on the labor relations at societal and national level.  It is difficult to resolve individual labor issues by nationally standardized labor policies since the industrial world is changing rapidly and becoming more complicated day by day. Therefore, it is requested for individual companies to search for appropriate measures to tackle their individual labor issues by cooperative attitudes between labor and management.
Business Administration  BUS4005 Financial Institution Management This course deals with theories, models, and practices of financial institutions management. Topics include theory of financial intermediation, analysis of financial performance, asset-liability management(ALM), capital adequacy, off-balance sheet activities, securitization, financial regulation, risk management and others. 
Business Administration  BUS4023 Advertising Management The primary objective of this course is to provide students with an  opportunity to analyze, design, and evaluate various advertising decisions. The specific topics covered in this course include advertising as a communications process, research for advertising strategy development, determining the advertising budget, the role of the advertising agency, message design, message/copy evaluation, media strategy, media selection models, evaluating advertising effectiveness, and evaluating the advertising campaign.
Business Administration  BUS4025 Management Innovation This course introduces comtemporary topics in management innovation such as 6-Sigma, TOC, BSC, and SCM, and their strategic implications. Topics are not limited to those specified and added if necessary. Students are expected to complete case studies for domestic and multi-national companies using theories and practice.
Business Administration  BUS4026 Service Marketing This course takes both a practical and conceptual approach to the marketing of services. The marketing literature views quality as being defined by customer expectations and perceptions. This course looks at key components of services that affect these expectations and perceptions as well as issues of demand management
Business Administration  BUS4027 Supply Chain Management We study many essential management issues related to achieving global optimum in supply chain including all of supplier, manufacturer, distribution center, and customer. In particular, we study not only basic topics such as inventory management, logistics network design, distribution systems, and customer value, but also more advanced topics such as strategic alliances, the value of information in the supply chain, information technology, and decision-support systems in supply chain management. 
Business Administration  BUS4028 Business Ethics This course investigates theoretical and empirical issues in managing corporation according to corporate's environmental  change. Specific topics include business ethics, environmental issues, and relationships with various stakeholders of business entities.
Business Administration  BUS4031 Options, Futures, And Other Derivatives This course aims to lecture Mechanics of Options Markets, futures market and Properties of Futures, Option, Swap, Forward Contract  and  Trading strategies involving Derivatives theory. To improve practical business skills, This lecture discuss application possibility and  appropriate methods    of financial Options, financial futures contract, And Other Derivatives and aim to understand  a risk management and Asset Management Strategies of Derivatives.
Business Administration  BUS4032 Quality Management and Environmental Management This course covers SQC, TQC, TQM, ISO14000 etc. It is reflected the new paradigm shift like Environmental Management on the comprehensive process operating to achieve product that meets customer's needs and the Quality attribute in service.
Business Administration  BUS4033 Knowledge Management and Intellectual Property Right Management Sharing knowledge, externalizing knowledge, combining knowledge and internalizing  knowledge are the key processes of knowledge creation. Knowledge in an organization should be transferred into the form of intellectual property right. In this class, we learn the effective approaches and methods on knowledge management. We also learn the concepts and applications on the Intellectual Property ㄲight including Patent Right , Copyrignt Act, the Right of Industrial Design and  the Trademark Law.
Business Administration  BUS4034 Business Case Seminar This course is designed to stimulate dialogue between the academic community and practicing management. It will cover the subject of recent management activities to survive in the unbounded global competition. coporate manager as well as non-profit organization manager will present students the background of industrial surroundings and organizational response to the environments. Students will share with educators, practitioners, and field managers, management issues being congronted in practice.
Business Administration  BUS4035 Management of Technology and Innovation This course aims at providing students with basic and strategic understanding to management of technology and innovation. This course is designed to study a diverse range of theories and best practices regarding management of technology and innovation. Doing this cultivates problem identification and solving capabilities of students related to strategic issues of technology and innovation.
Business Administration  BUS9031 Principles of Marketing Research  Students will study and practice the methodology how to collect market information systematically and analyze them objectively in this course. By taking this course, students will also understand how important the firm's decision-making process is to the formulation of the effective marketing strategy.
Business Administration  CLT0590 Writing This course aims to develop the Writing Skills for many kinds of writing exercises.
Business Administration  CLT0755 Global Communication English: GCE This course has been designed to facilitate the acquisition of practical English language skills for university students as they prepare to embark on future careers. In order to obtain a competitive edge in job markets, students will study situational English expressions such as face-to-face communication, meetings, video conferencing, podcasts, telephone conversations, email, reports, newsletters and other forms of business correspondence.
Business Administration  CLT0771 Career Plan and Self Understanding This course is desinged to help students adjust to campus life and improve self- understanding. Students will be able to design their career path systematically.  This course includes capmus life, self -exploration, workplace visits, interviews, career goal setting, career design.
Business Administration  EDU0181 Business Informational Education It is a class to increase the level of understanding of the overall business education and to cultivate the qualities as a commercial teacher by studying commercial nature of training and target, historical changes, comparison of international business training, commercial training courses, including recent trends in commercial education.
Business Administration  EDU0182 Research of Educational Text and Teaching Method of Business Information Based on modern education theory and practice, students in this class are expected to learn the practical guidance of commercial curriculum such as nature of commercial curriculum, teaching plan writing, instructional methods,  experience of teaching commercial subjects.
Business Administration  EDU0234 Logic and Essay writing in Business Information It is aimed at gaining practical knowledge and skills that can be applied to the students in actual education system, and cultivating the ability to communicate with students.  As for teachers, we are going to learn how to write logically for expressing their thoughts, experiences, knowledge, research, etc.
Business Administration  UNV4008 Field Practice 1 Students will work for a summer or winter semester in one of outside organizations like community-based organization (NGO, nonprofit, or governmental),institutions and  agenc- -ies.They will have meaningful experiences in coordination with those organizations and agencies. Upon completion of the field practice, students will prepare a final report to be given to the agency and turned in for course credit.
Accounting BUS2014 Organization Theory This is an introductory course to individual and group behavior in the organizational context. Topics include personality, motivation, leadership, group dynamics, decision making theories and things of that nature.
Accounting BUS2023 Intermediate Accounting 2   The purpose of the course is to learn the underlying theories and practices of financial accounting. It is practically hard to study financial accounting concepts and practices in one semester. Therefore, financial accounting should be taught in two semesters. Intermediate Accounting 2 is the second part of the intermediate accounting courses. Students will learn those major accounting issues as owners' equity, dilutive securities, earnings per share, recognition of revenues and expenses, accounting changes and correction of errors, lease accounting, deferred taxes, cash flow statement and financial statement analysis.
Accounting BUS2029  Computerized Accounting The course is aimed to teach students how to acquire computer skills in preparing, processing and analyzing accounting informations in computerized accounting system. The students in the course will primarily learn how to use  financial data for many types of decision-making.
Accounting BUS2032 Management Information and Big Data Nowadays, big data in business is regarded as valuable resources to identify the change of business environments. Big data and analytics can have a big impact on firms, business, and society. This course helps to understand storing, analyzing, using, and predicting business information, which provides the way of business innovation by big data analytics.
Accounting BUS2033 Managerial Accounting 1 This course is designed to teach students the basic concepts of costs and the applications of cost concepts in management decision making processes. The main subjects covered in the course include job-order costing, process costing, and standard costs. 
Accounting BUS2034 Managerial Accounting 2 The course is designed to teach students how to use accounting data in internal management planning and control. It is primarily concerned with accounting techniques that affect decisions on resource allocation and performance evaluation. The main topics include cost estimation and reporting, cost-volume-profit analysis, master budget, capital budgeting, variance analysis, cost allocation, divisional performance evaluation, and decision making under uncertainty.
Accounting BUS3001 Consumer Behavior The importance of understanding consumer behavior in marketing management and the usefulness of behavioral science in understanding consumer behavior are emphasized. In addition, various managerial knowledge and skills in understanding consumer behavior are introduced.
Accounting BUS3002 Investment Theory  The Investment is an intermediate course of finace-related subjects. The Investment course deal with portfolio analysis and asset pricing theories, option and futures, interest-rate theories and bond portfolio management, valuation of stocks, technical analysis and portfolio performance evaluation. Basic knowledges on financial management, economics and statistics are essential for this course.
Accounting BUS3003 Auditing The course aims to help students learn the basic concepts and techniques of audit function of financial statements prepared by the management of business firms. The students in the course learn audit standards, internal control, ethics, audit reports, audit risks and legal liabilities of auditors. The students will also learn the application of statistics in sampling and analytical review of financial statements. 
Accounting BUS3004 Accounting Information System The course is designed to help students learn the concepts and practices of accounting information systems. More specifically, the students in the course will learn the concepts pertaining to systems, information, managerial decision making, control, accounting models, and information technology.
Accounting BUS3005 Management of Multinational Enterprise The course aimed to teach students the basic concepts underlying the management of multinational enterprises in a global economy. The main subjects of the course include the nature of MNE, internationalization of MNE, MNE Theory, service MNE, inter-relationship between MNE and government, and the functional areas of MNE(marketing, finance, production, personnel, organization).
Accounting BUS3006 Advanced Accounting In the course, students will learn financial reporting issues in affiliated companies. Students will learn concept and techniques to prepare consolidated combined financial statements, and accounting problems of M&A.
Accounting BUS3008 Tax Accounting 1 This course aims to learn the general principles and practical applications of business tax laws including corporate income taxes. The students in the course will primarily learn how to prepare tax returns for business entities including the reconciliation accounting income to tax income.
Accounting BUS3009 Production & Operations Management  We study several topics related to how to design, operate, and control a production and service system so that we are able to understand how manufacturing and service industries can achieve their goal efficiently and successfully in a competitive environment.
Accounting BUS3012 Management Analysis This course is designed to learn the basic concepts and tools of analyzingand valuing businesses. Topics include financial planning and control tools, financial ratio analysis, EVA, financial strategies and so forth.
Accounting BUS3013 International Marketing  This is mainly prepared for the juniors and the seniors who are majoring in business administration. However those who want to hear this subject as a non-busniness student, they're asked to do coursework business management, marketing management or international business before applying this subject. This therefore includes international environment, international marketing management and coordinating internatinal marketing.
Accounting BUS3015 Tax Accounting 2 The course will teach students the general principles and practical applications of tax laws other than corporate income taxes. The taxes covered in the course include personal income tax, value added tax, inheritance tax, property taxes and other local taxes.
Accounting BUS3016 Strategic Management The course is to learn the basic concepts of strategic management. The major topics of the course include portfolio management at the corporate level, strategy analysis at the business level, and functional analysis.
Accounting BUS3018 International Finance Management  In this subject we deal with the rational decision making with regard to financing and investing of the international firms. It aims to develop international financial managers who can solve the problems which the international firms face in doing business globally. The main topics are the equilibrium of international financial and capital markets, the nature of foreign exchange markets, foreign investment and cost of capital, working capital management, and international accounting, etc.
Accounting BUS3022 Organizational Development This is an introductory course to various behavioral science techniques. The course will teach various behavioral science techniques that are useful in bringing about organizational changes to achieve the objectives of business organizations. 
Accounting BUS3030 Starting Business and Small Business Management The purpose of the course is to learn the fundamental concepts and practices of small business management and to start business effectively. The students will learn the importance of small businesses as a backbone of modern business worlds. They will learn practical strategies and cases related to small business management.
Accounting BUS3033 Governmental Accounting The course is designed to help students learn underlying concepts of governmental accounting and technical skills to prepare financial statements for all spectrum of governmental units. The main contents of the course will cover the understanding of accrual-basis governmental accounting, budget accounting, legal system and scope of state and municipality, financial statements, accounting for national treasury, fund accounting, and other related matters.
Accounting BUS3035 Introduction to e-Business Advances in Information Technology (IT) have led to the appearance of new products and services. Also, IT and internet development have changed even management processes. This course enables students to learn the concept of e-business and the state-of-the-art of e-business models, and ultimately to create new e-business models.
Accounting BUS3036 Financial Accounting Practices    This course provides a comprehensive understanding of financial accounting and problem-solving abilities for students who have already taken Principles of Accounting and Intermediate Accounting. This course deals with the theory and applied problems from all areas in financial accounting.
Accounting BUS3037 Managerial Accounting Practices   The aim of the course is to give the students insights in management accounting on a more advanced level compared to the basic knowledge acquired on management accounting 1 and management accounting 2. The main target for this course are students who are interested in CPA, CTA, accounting specialists, and financial analysts etc.  After taking the course, the student will: · Have deeper knowledge and understanding about management accounting issues including costing, performance evaluation, strategic management accounting and incentive systems. · Be updated concerning the more recent development in management accounting and the emergence of new methods. · Have insight in and understanding of the philosophy behind management accounting methods. · Be able to critically analyse management accounting problems and their effects in organizations. · Be able to take part in the design and use of the management accounting system in organizations.
Accounting BUS4003 Labor Relations   Labor relations can be dichotomized into microscopic and macroscopic labor relations. The microscopic labor relations focus on the labor relations at individual entity level, whereas the macroscopic labor relations focus on the labor relations at societal and national level.  It is difficult to resolve individual labor issues by nationally standardized labor policies since the industrial world is changing rapidly and becoming more complicated day by day. Therefore, it is requested for individual companies to search for appropriate measures to tackle their individual labor issues by cooperative attitudes between labor and management.
Accounting BUS4005 Financial Institution Management This course deals with theories, models, and practices of financial institutions management. Topics include theory of financial intermediation, analysis of financial performance, asset-liability management(ALM), capital adequacy, off-balance sheet activities, securitization, financial regulation, risk management and others. 
Accounting BUS4023 Advertising Management The primary objective of this course is to provide students with an  opportunity to analyze, design, and evaluate various advertising decisions. The specific topics covered in this course include advertising as a communications process, research for advertising strategy development, determining the advertising budget, the role of the advertising agency, message design, message/copy evaluation, media strategy, media selection models, evaluating advertising effectiveness, and evaluating the advertising campaign.
Accounting BUS4025 Management Innovation This course introduces comtemporary topics in management innovation such as 6-Sigma, TOC, BSC, and SCM, and their strategic implications. Topics are not limited to those specified and added if necessary. Students are expected to complete case studies for domestic and multi-national companies using theories and practice.
Accounting BUS4026 Service Marketing This course takes both a practical and conceptual approach to the marketing of services. The marketing literature views quality as being defined by customer expectations and perceptions. This course looks at key components of services that affect these expectations and perceptions as well as issues of demand management
Accounting BUS4028 Business Ethics This course investigates theoretical and empirical issues in managing corporation according to corporate's environmental  change. Specific topics include business ethics, environmental issues, and relationships with various stakeholders of business entities.
Accounting BUS4031 Options, Futures, And Other Derivatives This course aims to lecture Mechanics of Options Markets, futures market and Properties of Futures, Option, Swap, Forward Contract  and  Trading strategies involving Derivatives theory. To improve practical business skills, This lecture discuss application possibility and  appropriate methods    of financial Options, financial futures contract, And Other Derivatives and aim to understand  a risk management and Asset Management Strategies of Derivatives.
Accounting BUS9031 Principles of Marketing Research  Students will study and practice the methodology how to collect market information systematically and analyze them objectively in this course. By taking this course, students will also understand how important the firm's decision-making process is to the formulation of the effective marketing strategy.
Accounting CLT0590 Writing This course aims to develop the Writing Skills for many kinds of writing exercises.
Accounting CLT0755 Global Communication English: GCE This course has been designed to facilitate the acquisition of practical English language skills for university students as they prepare to embark on future careers. In order to obtain a competitive edge in job markets, students will study situational English expressions such as face-to-face communication, meetings, video conferencing, podcasts, telephone conversations, email, reports, newsletters and other forms of business correspondence.
Accounting CLT0771 Career Plan and Self Understanding This course is desinged to help students adjust to campus life and improve self- understanding. Students will be able to design their career path systematically.  This course includes capmus life, self -exploration, workplace visits, interviews, career goal setting, career design.
Accounting EDU0181 Business Informational Education It is a class to increase the level of understanding of the overall business education and to cultivate the qualities as a commercial teacher by studying commercial nature of training and target, historical changes, comparison of international business training, commercial training courses, including recent trends in commercial education.
Accounting EDU0182 Research of Educational Text and Teaching Method of Business Information Based on modern education theory and practice, students in this class are expected to learn the practical guidance of commercial curriculum such as nature of commercial curriculum, teaching plan writing, instructional methods,  experience of teaching commercial subjects.
Accounting EDU0234 Logic and Essay writing in Business Information It is aimed at gaining practical knowledge and skills that can be applied to the students in actual education system, and cultivating the ability to communicate with students.  As for teachers, we are going to learn how to write logically for expressing their thoughts, experiences, knowledge, research, etc.
Accounting UNV4008 Field Practice 1 Students will work for a summer or winter semester in one of outside organizations like community-based organization (NGO, nonprofit, or governmental),institutions and  agenc- -ies.They will have meaningful experiences in coordination with those organizations and agencies. Upon completion of the field practice, students will prepare a final report to be given to the agency and turned in for course credit.
Economics CLT0054 Introduction to Korean Economy Korea's rapid growth since the early 1960s is unprecedented in history of the world economy. In contrast to this remarkable achievement, Korea suddenly faced a financial crisis and its economy crashed in 1997. This course studies the change of economic system after economic crisis in 1997 as well as the process and the cause of economic development after 1960s.
Economics CLT0755 Global Communication English: GCE This course has been designed to facilitate the acquisition of practical English language skills for university students as they prepare to embark on future careers. In order to obtain a competitive edge in job markets, students will study situational English expressions such as face-to-face communication, meetings, video conferencing, podcasts, telephone conversations, email, reports, newsletters and other forms of business correspondence.
Economics CLT0771 Career Plan and Self Understanding This course is desinged to help students adjust to campus life and improve self- understanding. Students will be able to design their career path systematically.  This course includes capmus life, self -exploration, workplace visits, interviews, career goal setting, career design.
Economics  BUS3007 International Trade Theory The course examines the causes and the economic consequences of international trade in goods and services. In particular, it covers theories of comparative advantage, gains from trade, trade patterns, income distribution effects of trade, commercial policy, and the relationship between trade and economic growth. It also discusses policy conflicts, regional trade agreements, and the WTO.
Economics  BUS3019 International Commerce  This course aims at studying the framework for analyzing the international trade. We will review the bargaining power and conflicts in international trade and examine the functions of WTO.
Economics  BUS4002 International Finance Introduction to the determination of exchange rates and theories of balance of payments adjustments. It also analyzes open economy macropolicies, institutional details of foreign exchange markets, and balance of payments accounting, and the evolution of international monetary system.
Economics  ECN1001 Economic Statistics  The way the causalities between various economic variables under certain constraints are investigated from statistical economic data is studied. Its purpose is to train up the students to evaluate and illuminate the pattern of and the quantitative relationship between already organized economic data. The way to collect, organize and operate economic data will be studies in another course.  
Economics  ECN1003 Microeconomic Theory This courses provide the concepts of demand and supply and primal analytical method by studying the economic theory of households and firm, determination of equilibrium on products and factors, allocation of resources, and distribution of income. 
Economics  ECN1004 Mathematical Analysis for Economics This course contains linear algebra, differential and integral calculus of multi- argument functions, and the theory of difference and differential equations with applications to economics.
Economics  ECN1007 Principles of Economics 1 This course covers microeconomics part of the Principles of Economics, We study the concept of supply and demand, the market efficiency, the role of government and choice problems of consumers and firms in this course.
Economics  ECN1008 Principles of Economics 2 This course covers macroeconomics part of Principles of Economics,. After studying the definition and measurement of basic macroeconomic variables including GDP, price index, exchange rate, balance of payment and etc., we investigate why inflation, unemployment, trade deficits, international capital flows and economic growth occurs. Using a simple macroeconomic model, we explore the sources of economic fluctuations like recurrent recession and expansion and the effect of monetary and fiscal policies.
Economics  ECN2001 Macroeconomic Theory It covers the determination of major aggregate variables including the GDP, the price level, the interest rate, and the employment and their relationships. It offers macroeconomic policies to cure inflation and unemployment problems. The economic growth is also a major topic in this course.
Economics  ECN2002 Economic History This course studies the development of human economic life from prehistoric times to the twentieth century. The course focuses on the causes of economic development and the economic forces shaping social institutions in various periods. It will make you better aware of the historical dynamics that propelled the contemporary economic system to its present position. 
Economics  ECN2003 Game Theory  Game theory studies the behavior of economic agents ("players") whose decisions affect each other. This of multiperson decision problems arise frequently in economics, as in oligopolies. Among the topics covered are normal form games and Nash equilibrium, extensive form games of complete information, and incomplete information games. Various duopoly models(Cournot, Bertrand, Stackelberg, etc) are reexamined by using the game-theoric tools. And the theories are applied to analyze such multiperson problems as bargaining, auction, collusion, and signaling. Prerequisite: Microeconomic Theory
Economics  ECN2004 Business Economics The objectives of this course are to analyze the economic basis for the existence of the firm, the external environment, called market, and decision- making within the firm. Selected topics from this course are transaction cost economics, behavioral theory, agency theory, and evolutionary approaches to economic organization as mechanism of resource allocation.
Economics  ECN2005 Labor Economics Labor economics is the study of the workings and outcomes of the labor market and the industrial relations. Labor economics subject is concerned with, for example, labor demand, the decision to work, the structure of labor market, determination of wages, wage differentials, unemployment,  and the effects of unions on wages, productivity and the turnover.
Economics  ECN2006 Industrial Organization This subject in economics studies firm behavior under different market structures and the social welfare aspects of the market interaction. Major topics covered include: market structures, market concentration and economic power, entry deterrence, antitrust and economic regulation, relation of technology and market structures. The competition policy of Korean government to alleviate the concentration of economic power by Korean chaebol is covered cautiously. Theoretical models of firm and industry behavior are applied to explain real-world examples of firm strategies and their performances. Prerequisite: Microeconomic Theory
Economics  ECN2007 Korean Economic History This course studies the development of Korean economic life from pre-modern times to modern times. The course focuses on the change of socio-economic institutions and the historical background of the rapid growth after 1960s. It will make you better aware of the characters of the development of Korean economy. 
Economics  ECN2008 Money and Banking It analyzes the nature of money, demand for and supply of money, determinants of various variables in money and financial markets, formulation of monetary policy, and the association between monetary and real variables.
Economics  ECN2009 Market and Economic Regulation Introduction to the workings of free market economy and the effects of government regulation. It explores how price system operates in allocating scarce resources to their best uses, and analyses why government impose some regulations on the market system. It also analyzes both intended and unintended effects of those regulations.
Economics  ECN3001 Econometrics Introduction to the theory and application of econometric techniques. How econometric models are formulated, estimated, used to test hypotheses, and used to forecast; understanding the empirical results using simple and multiple regression models, and introduction to simultaneous models.
Economics  ECN3003 Resource and Environmental Economics This course deals with the interrelationships between natural Resources, Environment and Economic Growth. At the same time this coures searches for the conditions of sustainable development as aglobal problem under given Environment and Resource. 
Economics  ECN3007 Public Economics This courses focus on allocation of resources between public sector and private sector and decision-making on the production of public goods Especially, There is an emphasis on theories of market failure, collective choice, microeconomic evaluation of public policy, theories of optimal taxation, and tax incidence.
Economics  ECN3008 Economic Development Theory This course studies the problems of accelerating development in poor countries and maintaining development in rich countries. From the viewpoints of theory, history, and policy it attempts to explain the forces that give long-period growing power to an economy.
Economics  ECN3009 History of Economic Theory Outstanding economic theories are stidied in the aspects of mutually technical and theoretical influences. A theoretical respective of today's actual economy and historical consciousness shall be obtained from this course.
Economics  ECN3013 Finance and Banking Economics It is primarily concerned with the analysis on the financial behaviors of households, firms, and financial institutions. It also includes various phenomena in financial markets, capital asset pricing, and the association between financial and real variables as major topics.
Economics  ECN3014 Digital Economics The digital economy is now the important driver of economic growth and social change. Confronted by the New Economy, there is a substantial body of researches to search for a corresponding new economics to guide business decisions and policy-making. Topics covered are: digital revolution and social change, e-business, information goods, network externality, tippy markets, switching costs, path dependence, network economics, standardization. Plenty of empirical cases to each topic are provided and examined in class.
Economics  ECN3015 Economics of Insurance ??Insurance is an economic activity. Economics of Insurance provides practical understanding on efficient resource allocation as a risk management. Topics included a theory of risk and uncertainty, expected utility theory, demand and supply of insurance, insurance market and price, insurance market structure and policy, insurance and finance. As a basic approach to understanding insurance and uncertainty, financial portfolio theory and option pricing theory are introduced in the course. Furthermore, analytical information on various insurance models including conventional insurance and emerging new generation insurance such as weather insurance, reinsurance, and disaster insurance are provided. 
Economics  ECN3016 Financial Market Analysis This course aims at studying the method of analyzing the determinants of various financial variables such as stock price, interest rate, exchange rate and forecasting them.
Economics  ECN3019 Cultural Economics Economic analysis tools are used to understand cultural phenomenon in this course.  Applying demand/supply theory, cultural industry studies, externality and public goods, and public policy theory, students study the evaluation of the economic value of cultural resources, the analysis of cultural industries, the accumulation of cultural capital, the role of culture in the process of economic development and the government policy for culture.
Economics  ECN3020 Economics of Human Resources Human resources is the set of individuals who make the workforce of business or economy. This subject deals with the issues related to ①human resources development (through education, train and health), ②employment and turnover, ③work allocation across family members, ④supply and demand of manpower and productivity in the lowbirth and ageing era and so forth.
Economics  ECN4001 History of Economic Thought The historical development process of various economic thoughts from early Greeks up to the present are studied. Such thoughts are not introduced in chronological order but in relation with economic and social changes, however.
Economics  ECN4002 Law and Economics To analyze the effect of rules on resource allocation and the evolutionary change of rules. Course topics are consisted of property rights, contract law, tort, criminal law and procedural law etc. 
Economics  ECN4003 Theory of Political Economy The political and class related aspects of various economic phenomenon are introduced to complement technical and functional biases in pure economics. Traditional Marx's political economy and public choice theory will be taught.
Economics  ECN4005 Economics Seminar  Intensive study relating to themes of special interests in the field of economic theory. The focus is on the presentation and critical evaluation of economic problem employing advanced theoretical models.     
Economics  ECN4009 East Asian Economy East Asian economy (Japan, China, Korea, ets.) has grown very rapidly since World War II. This subject studies economic situations of East Asian countries, their economic policies and foreign relationships, the process of economic development, and recent issues, and then find ways of mutual cooperation among East Asian countries in order to sustain economic growth of this region
Economics  EDU0131 Educational Theories of Social Studies This class is opened for teacher applicants only. Students study the contents of 'Social Studies' of high school. 
Economics  EDU0132 Research of Educational Text and Teaching Method of Social Studies 1
Economics  EDU0235 Research of Educational logic and Teaching discuss of Social Studies "This class is opened for teacher applicants only. Students study how to lecture 'Social Studies logic and discuss' of high school. "
Economics  UNV4005 Field  Practice 3 Students will work for a summer or winter semester in one of outside organizations like community-based organization (NGO, nonprofit, or governmental),institutions and  agenc- -ies.They will have meaningful experiences in coordination with those organizations and agencies. Upon completion of the field practice, students will prepare a final report to be given to the agency and turned in for course credit.
Economics  UNV4008 Field Practice 1 Students will work for a summer or winter semester in one of outside organizations like community-based organization (NGO, nonprofit, or governmental),institutions and  agenc- -ies.They will have meaningful experiences in coordination with those organizations and agencies. Upon completion of the field practice, students will prepare a final report to be given to the agency and turned in for course credit.
Economics  UNV4009 Field Practice 2 Students will work for a summer or winter semester in one of outside organizations like community-based organization (NGO, nonprofit, or governmental),institutions and  agenc- -ies.They will have meaningful experiences in coordination with those organizations and agencies. Upon completion of the field practice, students will prepare a final report to be given to the agency and turned in for course credit.
Regional Development Major ECN1003 Microeconomic Theory This courses provide the concepts of demand and supply and primal analytical method by studying the economic theory of households and firm, determination of equilibrium on products and factors, allocation of resources, and distribution of income. 
Regional Development Major ECN1007 Principles of Economics 1 This course covers microeconomics part of the Principles of Economics, We study the concept of supply and demand, the market efficiency, the role of government and choice problems of consumers and firms in this course.
Regional Development Major ECN1008 Principles of Economics 2 This course covers macroeconomics part of Principles of Economics,. After studying the definition and measurement of basic macroeconomic variables including GDP, price index, exchange rate, balance of payment and etc., we investigate why inflation, unemployment, trade deficits, international capital flows and economic growth occurs. Using a simple macroeconomic model, we explore the sources of economic fluctuations like recurrent recession and expansion and the effect of monetary and fiscal policies.
Regional Development Major ECN2001 Macroeconomic Theory It covers the determination of major aggregate variables including the GDP, the price level, the interest rate, and the employment and their relationships. It offers macroeconomic policies to cure inflation and unemployment problems. The economic growth is also a major topic in this course.
Regional Development Major ECN3003 Resource and Environmental Economics This course deals with the interrelationships between natural Resources, Environment and Economic Growth. At the same time this coures searches for the conditions of sustainable development as aglobal problem under given Environment and Resource. 
Regional Development Major ECN3007 Public Economics This courses focus on allocation of resources between public sector and private sector and decision-making on the production of public goods Especially, There is an emphasis on theories of market failure, collective choice, microeconomic evaluation of public policy, theories of optimal taxation, and tax incidence.
Regional Development Major LOG9006 National Logistics Polices 1
Regional Development Major RDV1001 Introduction to Regional Development This course lets the students understand the various regional problems occurred under the circumstances of industrialization and urbanization and the general theories and basic principles of regional development strategies. The questions caused by the regional develop- ment are also discussed in this course. Throughout the classes, students will have basic knowledge and better sights of view for the regional development.
Regional Development Major RDV1003 Introduction to Real Estate Science This course aims to introduce students to real estate science, and to provide general understandings on development, appraisal, investment, market analysis, management and policy.
Regional Development Major RDV1005 Real Estate Mathematics Various mathematical models are used to analyse real estate markets and urban economy. This course aims to provide students basic knowledge on those models. Functions used generally are typologically introduced, and mathematical techniques such as algebra and calculus are trained, which help students to understand the characteristics of each of the functions introduced.
Regional Development Major RDV1006 Introduction to Urban Studies This course is an introduction to cities and to several different ways of studying them. Major topics are the history of city, urban activity, the experience of urban space, urban housing and land use, and analysis of urban environments. Special attention is given to current issues and the urban policies in the development of urban Korea.
Regional Development Major RDV2001 Urban Planning This is a course on the introduction of urban planning to develop both a theoretical and a practical understand- ing of the urban spatial structure and urban planning process, with an emphasis on the problems and challenges currently facing in urban Korea. The main objective of the course is to provide a working knowledge of the concepts and theories used by planners in analyzing contemporary urban areas for sustainable urban development.
Regional Development Major RDV2006 Urban History The city is a product of civilization. Mankind achieved the Urban Revolution in the Antic World, originating from the Agricultural Revolution in Neolithic Age, and is now in the middle of New Urban Revolution toward  an Worldwide City (the Ecumenopolis), based on the Industrial Revolution of the Modern Age and the contemporary Revolution of ICT(Information & Communication Technology). In each historical stage of mankind's civilization, it's typical urban pattern was created respectively, and the concrete urban forms represented their cultures of the corresponding regions. Archeological remains and etymolo- gical histories are the living witnesses. This course aims to provide students,using case studies on selected examples of historical cites representing respective civilizational ages and cultural regions, with the knowledge about urban forms and planning princi- ples,which is necessary to understand and look out on our contemporary urbanized world. 
Regional Development Major RDV2008 National and Regional Planning The national land is the most important resource base for a national society. The efficient management of this national land resource can be accomplished by the rational national planning in accordance? with regional planning. The students can acquire the ability of the theory and technology for national and regional planning through the active participation in this lecture. 
Regional Development Major RDV2010 Regional Community Development This course provides the student with the essentials of community development and the skills of  capacity building in the region. Local capacity building skills are needed by Humanitarian workers in order to foster sustainable community development. Special emphasis is given to applying a development focus to urban or rural community. This course helps students understand the essence of the theories and practices in Community Development in various countries.
Regional Development Major RDV2011 Urban Economics Recently, Urban economies are changing rapidly under the forces of globalization and technological innovation. This course explores the way in which a city is analyzed from an economic perspective for the rapidly changing social demand. Urban Economics utilizes economic theory to examine the major contemporary issues confronting urban areas, exploring possible economic solutions to the problems of land use, housing, transportation, urban system, urban grow, real estate.
Regional Development Major RDV2012 Introduction to Urban Development The purpose of this course is to tell students about the concept and main contents of urban development. This course includes the concepts, main principles and process, institutional laws, types and methods about urban development in Korea. The course will be delivered in various forms: formal lectures, in-class and tutorial discussions, and videos. 
Regional Development Major RDV2013 Principles of Real Estate Development Students would know various principles and related laws in real estate development, find successful or fail factors in related case studies in the world, and develop the ability to analyze real estate development cases.
Regional Development Major RDV3001 Planning Law We live in a urbanized world, and urban planning plays a increasingly crucial role in the limitation of property rights. The Urban Planning Actis situated in the public law framework determined by the constitution or the Local Government Act, while private laws defining property rights are based on the Civil Code or the Land Registration Act. The Cadastral Act and the Building Act belong to both of the two law groups. This course aims to provide students, first with technical understandings of the Cadastral Act and the Building Act, secondly with a systematic overview of a bundle of planning-related laws about public administ- ration and limitation of property rights, and finally with the conceptual knowledge about land use control, land expropriation, and betterment redemption.
Regional Development Major RDV3003 Transportation Economics This course will examine the application of economic theory to the transport sector. The objective of this course is to show how economic theory may be applied to improve the overall efficiency of the transport sector. The transport economics are concerned almost with matters of organization, competition, charging, the effects of transport facilities on economic activities, the environmental and distribution- al effects of the transport systems. 
Regional Development Major RDV3004 Land Economics

 

Regional Development Major RDV3006 Overseas Regional Development The importance of the understanding education on foreign countries is being increased in the era of globalization and information. This course focuses on discussing the regional problems and their causes of some major foreign countries and finding out the practical regional develop- ment policy and strategic measure for their improvement according to the regional development theory.
Regional Development Major RDV3007 Urban Analytical Techniques Problems of urban systems are near, if not past, a critical mass, with more and more attention being paid to these problems, it is natural to expect a call for new approaches to problem-solving within an increasingly technological society. With this consideration in mind, this course pre- sents the theory and application of scientific methods to the analysis of urban systems. This course attempts to introduce the student of urban analysis to as much of the theory of scientific methods as he needs to know, and also to demonstrate what these applications are and can be with further development.
Regional Development Major RDV3009 Urban Management The objective of this course is to understand urban problems based on governance and new public management approaches. The course treats conceptual basis of urban management, theoretical approaches to urban governance, major subject areas of urban problems, urban growth and development management, and urban services and marketing management, etc. 
Regional Development Major RDV3010 City and Regional Logistics Management This course presents fundamental concepts and general approaches to city and regional logistics. The focus of this subject is on the planning, organizing, and controlling of these activities-key elements to successful management in any organization from city and regional perspectives. The activities of logistics management include transportation, inventory maintenance, purchasing, materials handling, packing, customer service standards and product scheduling.
Regional Development Major RDV3011 Regional Economics This course provides an introduction to the theory, analysis, and policy of region economics. Those who are beginners in economics will be able to catch up with this course. The objectives of the course are to learn the theory and methods of regional economics, one important branch of economics and to learn about economic development for local economies and related government policies. And these courses are to encourage you to think about spatial issues-why things are located where they are, and where you should locate and to help you develop your decision-making abilities in inter-region development.
Regional Development Major RDV3012 Real Estate Market Analysis Students would examine diverse phenomena and problems in real estate markets in view of economic espects. In addition, they would find the way to solve the problems through location analysis, market analysis, and marketability analysis
Regional Development Major RDV3013 Fundamentals of Real Estate Appraisal Students would know works of certified public appraiser by learning various principles and theories, roles in each steps, and appraisal results in different cases in real estate appraisal fields.  
Regional Development Major RDV3014 Urban and Regional Regeneration The course aims to present a coherent Theory of knowledge and skills in relation to the realisation of successful urban & regional regeneration and to provide students with a intellectual skills for practice in urban & regional regeneration in both public and private sectors.
Regional Development Major RDV4005 International Development and Cooperation This course is addressed to student who have an interest in acquiring a comprehensive view of the tendencies of changes and the developments and debates regarding international development cooperation. The main contents of this course consist of the concept, history, theory and systems of international development cooperation. Examples of international development cooperation are introduced during the lecture.
Regional Development Major RDV4006 Seminar in City and Regional Development Critical issues and the measures are discussed in the course in terms of city and regional development. Students are asked to cultivate practical skills and professional knowledges about city and regional development through the field visit.
Regional Development Major RDV4007 Regional Economic Analysis The course aims to enhance the understanding of methods and techniques of regional economy analysis to provide a context to policy-making. Especially, this course provide to students a coherent guide to the variety of methods and techniques employed in analysing regional economy and evaluating policy impacts. 
Regional Development Major RDV4008 Introduction to City and Regional Tourism Development  This course first covers basic concepts of City and Regional Tourist Development. Following this, the course focuses on theory and practice of social & environmental analysis, development methodology and planning, tourism development direction.

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We aim at educating future's management specialists, professionals, scholars and consultants who can work for organizations or governments. In order to achieve this goal, we teach our students synthetic techniques and theories on management and its application. We also offer classes on foreign languages and practical computation so that students can become more capable specialists. Our courses are divided into three major fields.