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									Major               Code     Course_title                Professor              Email

Liberal Education   10363-   KOREAN LANGUAGE
                    01       PRACTICE(1)

Liberal Education   10364-   KOREAN LANGUAGE
                    01       PRACTICE(2)

Liberal Education   10350-   KOREAN LANGUAGE
                    01       PRACTICE(3)

Liberal Education   10361-   KOREAN HISTORY(LECTURE IN Michael Clive Edward     mcefinch@km
                    01       ENGLISH)                  Finch                    u.ac.kr




Liberal Education   20438-   INTRODUCTION TO KOREAN      Michael Clive Edward   mcefinch@km
                    01       CULTURE(LECTURE IN          Finch                  u.ac.kr
                             ENGLISH)




Liberal Education   24487-   NEGOTIATION(LECTURE IN      Christopher John       cjclugston@ya
                    01       ENGLISH)                    Clugston               hoo.com
Liberal Education   20475-   GENDER ISSUES IN            Kim, Hye-Soon          khs@kmu.ac.k
                    01       CONTEMPORARY KOREAN                                r
                             SOCIETY(LECTURE IN
                             ENGLISH)
Liberal Education   27789-   CULTURE SEMINAR & WRITING Choo Hui Park         juliapark@km
                    78                                                       u.ac.kr




Liberal Education   20857-   UNDERSTANDING OF           Huitae (Isaac) Kim   drisaac@kmu.
                    35       CHRISTIANITY                                    ac.kr




Liberal Education   20857-   UNDERSTANDING OF           Huitae (Isaac) Kim   drisaac@kmu.
                    36       CHRISTIANITY                                    ac.kr
Liberal Education   25800-   BUSINESS APPLICATION   Robert George          robrittenhouse
                    01                              Rittenhouse            @gmail.com




Liberal Education   27254-   MACROECONOMICS         Anton Douglas Nikias   nikias@kmu.a
                    01                                                     c.kr
Liberal Education   31028-   LAW AND CIVILIZATION        Paul William Hanley   2002pwh@gm
                    01                                                         ail.com




Liberal Education   27795-   TAE-KWON-DO(KOREAN          Lee,Kyu Hyung         leekhtkd@km
                    01       TRADITIONAL MARTIAL ARTS)                         u.ac.kr
                             II




Liberal Education   27796-   ACADEMIC WIRITNG I(KAC)     Kenneth David Eckert eng@kenecke
                    01                                                        rt.com




Liberal Education   27798-   COMMUNICATION SKILLS        Michael Anthony       merritt@kmu.a
                    01       I(KAC)                      Merritt               c.kr
Liberal Education   29770-   CALCULUS                  Aleksandar Georgiev   stoimeno@sto
                    01                                 Stoimenov             imenov.net




Liberal Education   27695-   INFORMATION RESOURCES IN Kiduk Yang             kiyang@kmu.
                    03       SOCIAL SCIENCE                                  ac.kr
Liberal Education   27200-   UNDERSTANDING WORK       Seo Jung Soo           jsseo07@kmu
                    01       PLACE IN KOREA:HISTORY,                         .ac.kr
                             CULTURE AND ECONOMY




Liberal Education   27673-   PRINCIPLES OF             Mondy Selle Gold      toru1987@yah
                    01       INTERNATIONAL ECONOMICS                         oo.com

Liberal Education   25801-   CROSS CULTURAL            Mondy Selle Gold      toru1987@yah
                    01       COMMUNICATION                                   oo.com
Liberal Education   26503-   FUNDAMENTALS OF POLITICAL Ralf Arnold Havertz   rhavertz@gma
                    01       SCIENCE                                         il.com




Liberal Education   26924-   MICROECONOMICS              Mondy Selle Gold    toru1987@yah
                    01                                                       oo.com
Liberal Education   20627-   KOREAN DANCE(LECTURE IN     LEE JONG HEE        soobee@kmu.
                    01       ENGLISH)                                        ac.kr




Liberal Education   10036-   A SURVEY OF                 Kim, Young Chul     kimyc@kmu.a
                    01       CONTEMPORARY KOREAN                             c.kr
                             ECONOMY(LECTURE IN
                             ENGLISH)
Liberal Education   10150-   CROSS-CULTURAL           Kim,Young-Kyu     ykkim@kmu.a
                    01       COMMUNICATION(LECTURE IN                   c.kr
                             ENGLISH)




Liberal Education   10162-   EAST-ASIAN                Lee, Sang-Chul   sclee@kmu.ac
                    01       RELATIONS(LECTURE IN                       .kr
                             ENGLISH)
Liberal Education   10271-   INTERNATIONAL           Byun, Jae Woong   hope@kmu.ac
                    01       MANAGEMENT(LECTURE IN                     .kr
                             ENGLISH)




Liberal Education   10360-   KOREAN GOVERNMENT &     Park, Se Jeong    sjp654@kmu.
                    01       POLITICS(LECTURE IN                       ac.kr
                             ENGLISH)
Liberal Education   20468-   THE FEATURES OF KOREAN    Bae, Ji-Hyun   jhb@kmu.ac.k
                    01       TRADITIONAL                              r
                             FOODS(LECTURE IN ENGLISH)




Department of       26078-   HUMAN RESOURCE             Hankyu Chu    hankchu@km
International       01       MANAGEMENT                               u.ac.kr
Business
Department of   27264-   CONSUMER BEHAVIOR   Choo Hui Park   juliapark@km
International   01                                           u.ac.kr
Business




Department of   27917-   CURRENT TOPICS IN   Choo Hui Park   juliapark@km
International   01       MARKETING                           u.ac.kr
Business
Department of   27931-   ENTERPRENEURSHIP     Hankyu Chu         hankchu@km
International   01                                               u.ac.kr
Business




Department of   27992-   PROJECT MANAGEMENT   Mondy Selle Gold   toru1987@yah
International   01                                               oo.com
Business
Department of   27993-   PROMOTION            Choo Hui Park      juliapark@km
International   01                                               u.ac.kr
Business
Department of   31017-   KOREAN BUSINESS AND   Somkiat Mansumtrchai utpa11387@k
International   01       ECONOMY                                    mu.ac.kr
Business




Department of   10413-   POLITICAL PROCESS     Kim,Jin Ha            jhkim@kmu.ac
International   01                                                   .kr
Relations




Department of   26510-   EU POLITICS           Ralf Arnold Havertz   rhavertz@gma
International   01                                                   il.com
Relations
Department of   26511-   THEORY OF INTERNATIONAL   Steven Bond Shirley   kyushin@juno.
International   01       RELATIONS                                       com
Relations




Department of   27903-   AMERICAN POLITICS         Kim,Jin Ha            jhkim@kmu.ac
International   01                                                       .kr
Relations




Department of   27979-   NEGOTIATIONS & CONFLICT   Paul William Hanley   2002pwh@gm
International   01       RESOLUTION                                      ail.com
Relations
Department of   27995-   POLITICAL ECONOMY IN      Ralf Arnold Havertz   rhavertz@gma
International   01       ADVANCED INDUSTRIALIZED                         il.com
Relations                COUNTRIES




Department of   28874-   SOUTHEAST ASIA IN THE     Steven Bond Shirley   kyushin@juno.
International   01       GLOBAL WORLD                                    com
Relations




Department of   29888-   TECHNICAL WRITING         Michael Anthony       merritt@kmu.a
International   01                                 Merritt               c.kr
Relations
Department of        31019-   HUMAN RIGHTS LAW           Paul William Hanley   2002pwh@gm
International        01                                                        ail.com
Relations




Major in Microsoft   27257-   .NET WINDOWS CLIENT        Robert George         robrittenhouse
Information          01       PROGRAMMING                Rittenhouse           @gmail.com
Technology




Major in Microsoft   27955-   IT NEW TREND AND           Robert George         robrittenhouse
Information          01       RESEARCH BIZ               Rittenhouse           @gmail.com
Technology


Korean Language      30168-   TRANSLATION:THEORY AND
and Literature       01       PRACTICE(LECTURE IN
                              ENGLISH)
Korean Language      30169-   NATIONAL AND
and Literature       01       INTERNATIONAL CHILDREN'S
                              LITERATURE(LECTURE IN
                              ENGLISH)
English Language 13110-   HISTORY OF AMERICAN   Hwang,Jae Kwang   jkkmu@kmu.a
and Literature   01       LITERATURE                              c.kr




English Language 13110-   HISTORY OF AMERICAN   Wiebke Beatrice   winnieomnus
and Literature   03       LITERATURE            Omnus             @hotmail.com
English Language 26735-   WRITING ABOUT ENGLISH   Wiebke Beatrice   winnieomnus
and Literature   01       LITERATURE(LECTURE IN   Omnus             @hotmail.com
                          ENGLISH)




English Language 26736-   CREATIVE WRITING IN     Wiebke Beatrice   winnieomnus
and Literature   01       ENGLISH(LECTURE IN      Omnus             @hotmail.com
                          ENGLISH)
English Language 30563-   ENGLISH CONVERSATION(2)   Julie Dawn Rushik   julierushik@g
and Literature   01                                                     mail.com
English Language 30563-   ENGLISH CONVERSATION(2)   David Jeremy Lyons   proflyons@km
and Literature   02                                                      u.ac.kr
English Language 30563-   ENGLISH CONVERSATION(2)   Stephen Muir       borgopass@k
and Literature   03                                 McGuckin           mu.ac.kr




English Language 30563-   ENGLISH CONVERSATION(2)   Bradley T. Smock   bradleysmock
and Literature   04                                                    @gmail.com
English Language 30563-   ENGLISH CONVERSATION(2)   Julie Dawn Rushik   julierushik@g
and Literature   05                                                     mail.com
English Language 30563-   ENGLISH CONVERSATION(2)   David Jeremy Lyons   proflyons@km
and Literature   06                                                      u.ac.kr
English Language 30563-   ENGLISH CONVERSATION(2)   Daniel Todd Parker   parker@kmu.a
and Literature   07                                                      c.kr
English Language 30563-   ENGLISH CONVERSATION(2)   Stephen Muir       borgopass@k
and Literature   08                                 McGuckin           mu.ac.kr




English Language 30563-   ENGLISH CONVERSATION(2)   Bradley T. Smock   bradleysmock
and Literature   09                                                    @gmail.com
English Language 30563-   ENGLISH CONVERSATION(2)   Daniel Todd Parker   parker@kmu.a
and Literature   10                                                      c.kr




English Language 30564-   ENGLISH COMPOSITION       Bradley T. Smock     bradleysmock
and Literature   01                                                      @gmail.com
English Language 30564-   ENGLISH COMPOSITION   Stephen Muir   borgopass@k
and Literature   02                             McGuckin       mu.ac.kr
English Language 30564-   ENGLISH COMPOSITION   David Jeremy Lyons   proflyons@km
and Literature   03                                                  u.ac.kr
English Language 30564-   ENGLISH COMPOSITION   Julie Dawn Rushik   julierushik@g
and Literature   04                                                 mail.com
English Language 30564-   ENGLISH COMPOSITION   Daniel Todd Parker   parker@kmu.a
and Literature   05                                                  c.kr
English Language 30564-   ENGLISH COMPOSITION   Stephen Muir       borgopass@k
and Literature   06                             McGuckin           mu.ac.kr




English Language 30564-   ENGLISH COMPOSITION   Bradley T. Smock   bradleysmock
and Literature   07                                                @gmail.com
English Language 30564-   ENGLISH COMPOSITION   David Jeremy Lyons   proflyons@km
and Literature   08                                                  u.ac.kr
English Language 30564-   ENGLISH COMPOSITION   Julie Dawn Rushik   julierushik@g
and Literature   09                                                 mail.com
English Language 30564-   ENGLISH COMPOSITION   Daniel Todd Parker   parker@kmu.a
and Literature   10                                                  c.kr
German Language 31025-    LEARNING GERMAN WITH   Roman Wolfgang Lach romanlach@k
and Literature  01        POETRY                                     mu.ac.kr




Russian Language 14733-   CURRENT RUSSIAN        Eduard De          echonom@gm
and Literature   01                                                 ail.com




Russian Language 20014-   PRACTICE OF RUSSIAN    Eduard De          echonom@gm
and Literature   01       INTONATION                                ail.com
Russian Language 24818-   UNDERSTANDING RUSSIAN    Eduard De         echonom@gm
and Literature   01       FOLKLORE                                   ail.com




Theology         30985-   MODERN CHRISTIAN         Stanley Stephen   maclean@km
                 01       MISSIONS                 MacLean           u.ac.kr




Theology         30986-   CHRISTIANITY AND THE     Stanley Stephen   maclean@km
                 01       RELIGIONS OF THE WORLD   MacLean           u.ac.kr




History          25218-   VISUAL MODERN AND        John Eric Marot   jemarot@kmu.
                 01       CONTEMPORARY HISTORY                       ac.kr
History          30435-   TOPICS ON THE AMERICAN   John Eric Marot   jemarot@kmu.
                 01       HISTORY(LECTURE IN                         ac.kr
                          ENGLISH))
History          30437-   TOPICS ON THE WESTERN    John Eric Marot   jemarot@kmu.
                 01       CONTEMPORARY                               ac.kr
                          HISTORY(LECTURE IN
                          ENGLISH))
Korean Studies   29791-   CULTURE THROUGH ENGLISH Michael Clive Edward   mcefinch@km
                 01       2(LECTURE IN ENGLISH)   Finch                  u.ac.kr




Education        11494-   EDUCATION & ECONOMY        Peter Gregory       pghazarian@k
                 01                                  Ghazarian           mu.ac.kr




Education        30981-   INTRODUCTORY READINGS IN Peter Gregory         pghazarian@k
                 01       EDUCATION                Ghazarian             mu.ac.kr
Early Childhood   15755-   PHILOSOPHY AND HISTORY OF Mia Youhne   myouhne@km
Education         01       EARLY CHILDHOOD                        u.ac.kr
                           EDUCATION




Early Childhood   23951-   SAFETY MANAGEMENT FOR     Mia Youhne   myouhne@km
Education         01       CHILDREN                               u.ac.kr
English Education 19769-    ENGLISH COMPOSITION     Daniel Ryan Keller   DANIEL.RYA
                  01        1(LECTURE IN ENGLISH)                        N.KELLER@
                                                                         GMAIL.COM




English Education 27218-    ACADEMIC READING &      Daniel Ryan Keller   DANIEL.RYA
                  01        REFLECTION(LECTURE IN                        N.KELLER@
                            ENGLISH)                                     GMAIL.COM




English Education 28915-    TEACHING READING AND    Daniel Ryan Keller   DANIEL.RYA
                  01        WRITING                                      N.KELLER@
                                                                         GMAIL.COM




American Studies   17604-   ELEMENTARY ENGLISH      Margaret Elizabeth   mscates@km
                   01       CONVERSATION            Scates               u.ac.kr
American Studies   17604-   ELEMENTARY ENGLISH   Robert Thomas   rtalbrecht@km
                   02       CONVERSATION         Albrecht        u.ac.kr




American Studies   17604-   ELEMENTARY ENGLISH   Nam, Mi Young   nammg@kmu.
                   03       CONVERSATION                         ac.kr
American Studies   28716-   ELEMENTARY ENGLISH   William Eugene       kmuwill@gmai
                   01       WRITING              Cartwright           l.com




American Studies   28716-   ELEMENTARY ENGLISH   Margaret Elizabeth   mscates@km
                   02       WRITING              Scates               u.ac.kr



American Studies   28716-   ELEMENTARY ENGLISH   Robert Thomas        rtalbrecht@km
                   03       WRITING              Albrecht             u.ac.kr
American Studies   17604-   ELEMENTARY ENGLISH          Robert Thomas     rtalbrecht@km
                   51       CONVERSATION                Albrecht          u.ac.kr




European Studies   28125-   BASIC ENGLISH PRACTICE IN   Seanan Clifford   seanankmu@
                   01       EUROPEAN STUDIES(2)                           gmail.com




European Studies   28125-   BASIC ENGLISH PRACTICE IN   Seanan Clifford   seanankmu@
                   02       EUROPEAN STUDIES(2)                           gmail.com




European Studies   28899-   PRACTICAL ENGLISH        Seanan Clifford      seanankmu@
                   01       CONVERSATION IN EUROPEAN                      gmail.com
                            STUDIES(2)
European Studies   28899-   PRACTICAL ENGLISH        Seanan Clifford   seanankmu@
                   02       CONVERSATION IN EUROPEAN                   gmail.com
                            STUDIES(2)




International      11812-   INTERNATIONAL TRADE        Lee, Ki Dong    kdlee@kmu.a
Commerce           03                                                  c.kr
International   12928-   TRADE STATISTICS          Seo Jung Soo         jsseo07@kmu
Commerce        01                                                      .ac.kr




International   15631-   FOREIGN EXCHANGE          Sunghee Choi         choisu@kmu.
Commerce        04                                                      ac.kr




International   21057-   CONVENTION AND PRACTICE   Eunok Pauline Paik   pauline@kmu.
Commerce        04       ON CONTRACTS FOR THE                           ac.kr
                         INTERNATIONAL SALE OF
                         GOODS
International   29302-   BUSINESS LAW II(LECTURE IN Eunok Pauline Paik   pauline@kmu.
Commerce        01       ENGLISH)                                        ac.kr




International   29302-   BUSINESS LAW II(LECTURE IN Eunok Pauline Paik   pauline@kmu.
Commerce        02       ENGLISH)                                        ac.kr




E-Trade         24083-   ENGLISH PRESENTATION        Hohyung Lee         global@kmu.a
                01       SKILLS                                          c.kr
Business         21267-   PRODUCTION AND          Byeonghwa Park   bhpark@kmu.
Administration   09       OPERATIONS MANAGEMENT                    ac.kr
Business         16751-   STRATEGIC MANAGEMENT      Byeonghwa Park   bhpark@kmu.
Administration   07                                                  ac.kr




Business         21025-   PRINCIPLES OF MARKETING                    bjcho1@kmu.
Administration   10                                                  ac.kr
Business         21708-   HUMAN RESOURCE          Man Kee Choe      manchoe@km
Administration   10       MANAGEMENT                                u.ac.kr




Business         24695-   INTRODUCTORY            Kong, Myung Jai   mjk@kmu.ac.k
Administration   03       QUANTITATIVE APRROACH                     r
                          FOR MANAGEMENT
Accounting   20781-   PRINCIPLES OF MANAGEMENT Deanna M. Warsaw   warsaw@kmu.
             07       ACCOUNTING                                  ac.kr
Accounting   25936-   FINANCIAL               Deanna M. Warsaw   warsaw@kmu.
             01       ACCOUNTING(LECTURE IN                      ac.kr
                      ENGLISH)
Accounting   30583-   MANAGERIAL ACCOUNTING   Deanna M. Warsaw   warsaw@kmu.
             01                                                  ac.kr
Accounting   30584-   FINANCIAL REPORTING AND   Deanna M. Warsaw   warsaw@kmu.
             01       ANALYSIS                                     ac.kr
Accounting   25936-   FINANCIAL               Deanna M. Warsaw   warsaw@kmu.
             51       ACCOUNTING(LECTURE IN                      ac.kr
                      ENGLISH)
Accounting   30583-   MANAGERIAL ACCOUNTING   Deanna M. Warsaw   warsaw@kmu.
             51                                                  ac.kr
Accounting       30584-    FINANCIAL REPORTING AND   Deanna M. Warsaw       warsaw@kmu.
                 51        ANALYSIS                                         ac.kr




Hotel and Tourism 11299-   TOURIST ENGLISH(2)        Albertus Van Niekerk   haniekerk@g
                  01                                                        mail.com
Hotel and Tourism 22015-   PLANNIG OF CONVENTION &   Jeong, Woo Cheol       wjeong@kmu.
                  01       EXHIBITION                                       ac.kr
Hotel and Tourism 11299-   TOURIST ENGLISH(2)        Albertus Van Niekerk   haniekerk@g
                  51                                                        mail.com
Management    10864-   INTRODUCTION TO          John Yohahn Kim   johnkim@kmu
Information   03       MANAGEMENT INFORMATION                     .ac.kr
Systems                SYSTEMS




Management    20059-   INTERNET COMMUNICATION   Kyung Jin Cha     kjcha7@kmu.
Information   01                                                  ac.kr
Systems
Management    10857-   MIS   John Yohahn Kim   johnkim@kmu
Information   51                               .ac.kr
Systems
Management    14759-   SYSTEM ANALYSIS AND      John Yohahn Kim   johnkim@kmu
Information   51       DESIGN                                     .ac.kr
Systems




Management    20059-   INTERNET COMMUNICATION   Kyung Jin Cha     kjcha7@kmu.
Information   51                                                  ac.kr
Systems
Journalism &    21518-   VIDEO MARKETING     Chun Suk Yoon   danyoon@km
Visual          01                                           u.ac.kr
Communication




Journalism &    24936-   PRODUCTION OF       Chun Suk Yoon   danyoon@km
Visual          01       BROADCASTING NEWS                   u.ac.kr
Communication
Journalism &    25101-   ADVANCED COURSE FOR        Chun Suk Yoon      danyoon@km
Visual          01       CURRENT ENGLISH                               u.ac.kr
Communication




Psychology      15087-   INTRODUCTION TO          Endre Erik Kadar     endre.kadar@
                04       PSYCHOLOGY                                    port.ac.uk
Psychology      25457-   PSYCHOLOGY OF CREATIVITY Endre Erik Kadar     endre.kadar@
                02                                                     port.ac.uk
Psychology      29184-   SURVEY OF                  Endre Erik Kadar   endre.kadar@
                01       PSYCHOLOGY(LECTURE IN                         port.ac.uk
                         ENGLISH)
Library and     29410-   INTERNET                   Kiduk Yang         kiyang@kmu.
Information     01       TECHNOLOGY(LECTURE IN                         ac.kr
Science                  ENGLISH)
Library and      29412-   WEB                        Kiduk Yang    kiyang@kmu.
Information      01       PROGRAMMING(LECTURE IN                   ac.kr
Science                   ENGLISH)




Social Welfare   28308-   DATA ANALYSIS FOR SOCIAL   Hoe, Maanse   maanse@kmu
                 01       WELFARE                                  .ac.kr
Public           27928-   ENGLISH FOR PUBLIC         Robert John Dickey   rjdickey@kmu.
Administration   01       ADMINISTRATION(2) (LECTURE                      ac.kr
                          IN ENGLISH)




Public           28833-   ENGLISH READINGS IN PUBLIC Robert John Dickey   rjdickey@kmu.
Administration   01       ADMINISTRATION                                  ac.kr




Public           27928-   ENGLISH FOR PUBLIC         Robert John Dickey   rjdickey@kmu.
Administration   51       ADMINISTRATION(2) (LECTURE                      ac.kr
                          IN ENGLISH)
Political Science   31001-   EAST ASIAN CIVILIZATION   James Christopher   jcschopf@km
                    01                                 Schopf              u.ac.kr
Political Science   31002-   EAST ASIAN POLITICS         James Christopher   jcschopf@km
                    01                                   Schopf              u.ac.kr




Police              29079-   THE PSYCHOLOGY OF CRIME
Administration      01       & THE TREATMENT OF THE
                             OFFENDER(LECTURE IN
                             ENGLISH)

Police              29080-   POLICING & THE
Administration      01       MANAGEMENT OF POLICE
                             ORGANIZATIONS(LECTURE IN
                             ENGLISH)
Police              29081-   INTRODUCTION TO CRIMINAL
Administration      01       JUSTICE(LECTURE IN
                             ENGLISH)
Law                 13226-   SEMINAR IN CIVIL PRIVITE LAW Lee Myeong Whan    mwy229@km
                    01                                                       u.ac.kr
Law                 27252-   INTRODUCTION TO             Christopher John    cjclugston@ya
                    01       INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY       Clugston            hoo.com
                             LAW (LECTURE IN ENGLISH)
Law                 11867-   INTERNATIONAL TRADE LAW     Christopher John    cjclugston@ya
                    51                                   Clugston            hoo.com
Law                 27252-   INTRODUCTION TO             Christopher John    cjclugston@ya
                    51       INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY       Clugston            hoo.com
                             LAW (LECTURE IN ENGLISH)
Police Law   31003-   WHITE COLLAR CRIME         Bruce William Klaw   bruceklaw@k
             01                                                       mu.ac.kr




Police Law   28101-   INTERNATIONAL CRIMINAL     Bruce William Klaw   bruceklaw@k
             01       LAW                                             mu.ac.kr




Police Law   29414-   CRIME PREVENTION(LECTURE Bruce William Klaw     bruceklaw@k
             01       IN ENGLISH)                                     mu.ac.kr
Mathematics   28378-   MATHEMATICS EDUCATION      Aleksandar Georgiev   stoimeno@sto
              01       ENGLISH(LECTURE IN         Stoimenov             imenov.net
                       ENGLISH)




Statistics    28760-   TOPICS IN                  Zhiming Luo           zhimingluo@k
              01       STATISTICS(LECTURE IN                            mu.ac.kr
                       ENGLISH)
Statistics    30069-   ADVANCED MATHEMATICAL      Zhiming Luo           zhimingluo@k
              01       STATISTICS(1)(LECTURE IN                         mu.ac.kr
                       ENGILSH)
Chemistry     14121-   BIOCHEMISTRY(2) &          Victor Sukbong Hong   victorh@kmu.
              01       EXPERIMENT                                       ac.kr




Chemistry     15734-   EXPERIMENT OF ORGANIC      More Kunal            kunalm@kmu.
              01       CHEMISTRY(II)              Nandkumar             ac.kr



Chemistry     15734-   EXPERIMENT OF ORGANIC      More Kunal            kunalm@kmu.
              02       CHEMISTRY(II)              Nandkumar             ac.kr



Chemistry     22370-   SPECIAL TOPICS IN          Victor Sukbong Hong   victorh@kmu.
              01       CHEMISTRY (2)                                    ac.kr
Biology          13333-   RADIATION BIOLOGY         Damodaran,         pndamo@kmu
                 01                                 Puthanveettil      .ac.kr
                                                    Narayanan Kutty




Biology          14803-   PLANT PHYSIOLOGY          Damodaran,         pndamo@kmu
                 01                                 Puthanveettil      .ac.kr
                                                    Narayanan Kutty




Biology          30586-   PLANT BREEDING            Damodaran,         pndamo@kmu
                 01                                 Puthanveettil      .ac.kr
                                                    Narayanan Kutty




Microbiology     13175-   MICROBIAL ECOLOGY         Juthika Kundu      juthika23@ya
                 01                                                    hoo.com
Microbiology     13192-   MICROBIAL SEMINAR         Juthika Kundu      juthika23@ya
                 01                                                    hoo.com
Architectural    20667-   DESIGN OF ARCHITECTURAL   Martina Guenther   guenther@km
Engineering      02       ENGINEERING (2)                              u.ac.kr

Architectural    30277-   CLIMATECTURE(LECTURE IN   Martina Guenther   guenther@km
Engineering      01       ENGLISH)                                     u.ac.kr

Urban Planning   27834-   DRAWING IN URBAN          Raffaele Pernice   raffaelepernic
                 01       PLANNING(2)                                  e@hotmail.co
                                                                       m
Urban Planning   28167-   URBAN DESIGN STUDIO(2)   Raffaele Pernice       raffaelepernic
                 01                                                       e@hotmail.co
                                                                          m
Architecture     27829-   FUNDAMENTAL              Jan Georg Schabert     schabert@arc
                 02       ARCHITECTURAL DESIGN                            hitekturusw.de
                          STUDIO
Mechanical and   15340-   HEAT TRANSFER            Gopala Pillai Rajesh   rajesh@kmu.a
Automotive       03                                                       c.kr
Engineering
Mechanical and   20421-   AUTOMATION DESIGN        Hyun-Myung Shin        hmshin@kmu.
Automotive       01                                                       ac.kr
Engineering




Mechanical and   20421-   AUTOMATION DESIGN        Hyun-Myung Shin        hmshin@kmu.
Automotive       02                                                       ac.kr
Engineering




Mechanical and   20421-   AUTOMATION DESIGN        Hyun-Myung Shin        hmshin@kmu.
Automotive       03                                                       ac.kr
Engineering




Mechanical and   21637-   FLUID DYNAMICS           Gopala Pillai Rajesh   rajesh@kmu.a
Automotive       04                                                       c.kr
Engineering
Chemical          30434-   ORGANIC CHEMISTRY FOR   Haakil Lee     leehaakil@km
Engineering       01       CHEMICAL                               u.ac.kr
                           ENGINEERS(LECTURE IN
                           ENGLISH))




Chemical System   21478-   ENERGY ENGINEERING      Ragupathy      dkragupathy@
Technology        01                               Dhanusuraman   kmu.ac.kr



Chemical System   28513-   TOPICS IN APPLIED       Ragupathy      dkragupathy@
Technology        01       CHEMISTRY(2)            Dhanusuraman   kmu.ac.kr
Nursing   15113-   PEDIATRIC NURSING(2)   Ivy Lynne Alcazar-   ibalcazar@km
          02                              Bejerano             u.ac.kr
Nursing   23055-   NURSING ACTION ENGLISH   Ivy Lynne Alcazar-   ibalcazar@km
          01                                Bejerano             u.ac.kr




Nursing   28025-   NURSING MANAGEMENT(2)    Lim, Kyung Hee       khlim7@kmu.
          02                                                     ac.kr
Nursing          23055-   NURSING ACTION ENGLISH   Ivy Lynne Alcazar-   ibalcazar@km
                 51                                Bejerano             u.ac.kr




Textile Design   23590-   BRAND PROCESSING         Ha Jeong Chung       chunghj@kmu
                 01                                                     .ac.kr
Textile Design   28743-   TEXTILE DESIGN           Ha Jeong Chung   chunghj@kmu
                 01                                                 .ac.kr




Textile Design   28743-   TEXTILE DESIGN           Ha Jeong Chung   chunghj@kmu
                 02                                                 .ac.kr




Textile Design   28751-   TEXTILE PORTFPLIO        Ha Ji Yon        hajytex@kmu.
                 01                                                 ac.kr




Textile Design   28752-   TEXTILE PRODUCT DESIGN   Ha Jeong Chung   chunghj@kmu
                 01                                                 .ac.kr
Consumer      14495-   CONSUMPTION CULTURE   Anna Ellen Mudukuti   mudukuti@km
Information   02                                                   u.ac.kr
Science




Consumer      17114-   HOUSING               Anna Ellen Mudukuti   mudukuti@km
Information   02                                                   u.ac.kr
Science




Consumer      27848-   CONSUMER RESEARCH     Anna Ellen Mudukuti   mudukuti@km
Information   01       PRACTICE                                    u.ac.kr
Science
Consumer      30276-   GLOBAL CONSUMER            Anna Ellen Mudukuti   mudukuti@km
Information   01       BEHAVIOR(LECTURE IN                              u.ac.kr
Science                ENGLISH)




Voice         15459-   ENGLISH DICTION            HYE JUNG KANG         jung27@kmu.
              01                                                        ac.kr




Painting      30071-   ARTSPEAK:ENGLISH FOR ART Chaeki Freya Synn       chaekisynn@k
              01       MAJORS(2)(LECTURE IN                             mu.ac.kr
                       ENGLISH)
Crafts Design   27301-   FIBER & FABRIC           Karin Rebekah   karinsoderhol
                01       EXPLORATION(LECTURE IN   Soderholm       m@yahoo.co
                         ENGLISH)                                 m




Crafts Design   27301-   FIBER & FABRIC           Karin Rebekah   karinsoderhol
                02       EXPLORATION(LECTURE IN   Soderholm       m@yahoo.co
                         ENGLISH)                                 m




Crafts Design   30609-   DESIGN FOR CRAFT         Karin Rebekah   karinsoderhol
                01                                Soderholm       m@yahoo.co
                                                                  m
Crafts Design   30609-   DESIGN FOR CRAFT      Karin Rebekah        karinsoderhol
                02                             Soderholm            m@yahoo.co
                                                                    m




Photo Design    26762-   BLACK & WHITE         Richard Lee Smathers photoevangeli
                01       PRINTING(LECTURE IN   Jr.                  st@kmu.ac.kr
                         ENGLISH)
Photo Design    26762-   BLACK & WHITE             Richard Lee Smathers photoevangeli
                02       PRINTING(LECTURE IN       Jr.                  st@kmu.ac.kr
                         ENGLISH)




Interior &      27199-   COMPUTER AIDED DESIGN &   Edwin Stephen Skorski sskorski@kmu
Environmental   01       DRAFTING 2                Ⅲ                     .ac.kr
Design
Interior &      27199-   COMPUTER AIDED DESIGN &   Edwin Stephen Skorski sskorski@kmu
Environmental   02       DRAFTING 2                Ⅲ                     .ac.kr
Design
Interior &      28197-   DESIGN STUDIO 5   Edwin Stephen Skorski sskorski@kmu
Environmental   01                         Ⅲ                     .ac.kr
Design
Fashion Design   12047-   BASIC SEWING   Precious Denita Lovell pdlove@kmu.
                 02                                             ac.kr
Fashion Design   25162-   ART WEAR   Precious Denita Lovell pdlove@kmu.
                 02                                         ac.kr
Fashion Design   26174-    PATTERN MAKING 1       Precious Denita Lovell pdlove@kmu.
                 02                                                      ac.kr




Fashion Marketing 23546-   FASHION DISTRIBUTION   Yoh,Eun Ah           yoheunah@k
                  01                                                   mu.ac.kr
Physical Education 30432-   BADMINTON TECHNICAL       Angelita Bautista Cruz angelitabcruz
                   01       OFFICIATING(LECTURE IN                           @kmu.ac.kr
                            ENGLISH))




Sports and Leisure 28983-   STUDY OF INTERNATIONAL    Hongbum Shin           shinhb@kmu.
Studies            01       LEISURE & RECREATION                             ac.kr
                            STUDY(LECTURE IN ENGLISH)
Taekwondo         17971-   THEORY OF TRAINING        Willy Augustinus Pieter willyp@kmu.a
                  05                                                         c.kr




Taekwondo         30429-   RESEARCH METHODS FOR      Willy Augustinus Pieter willyp@kmu.a
                  01       TAEKWONDO(LECTURE IN                              c.kr
                           ENGLISH)




Taekwondo         30430-   GROWTH & DEVELOPMENT      Willy Augustinus Pieter willyp@kmu.a
                  01       FOR TAEKWONDO(LECTURE                             c.kr
                           IN ENGLISH)



Sport Marketing   27909-   COMMUNICATION IN SPORTS   Hyunduck Kim          kimgolf@kmu.
                  01       MARKETING II(LECTURE IN                         ac.kr
                           ENGLISH)




Game & Mobile     26874-   FUTURE GAME TECHNOLOGY    Cathal McCosker       27564@gw.k
Contents          01                                                       mu.ac.kr
Game & Mobile   26414-   LINEAR ALGEBRA AND          Kim Koon Chan       kmkim@kmu.
Contents        01       GEOMETRY(LECTURE IN                             ac.kr
                         ENGLISH)




Game & Mobile   26415-   COMPUTER ENVIRONMENT        Matthew Allen       mcasanov@di
Contents        01       I(LECTURE IN ENGLISH)       Casanova            gipen.edu

Game & Mobile   26416-   HIGH LEVEL PROGRAMMING      Matthew Allen       mcasanov@di
Contents        01       I:THE C PROGRAMMING         Casanova            gipen.edu
                         LANGUAGE (LECTURE IN
                         ENGLISH)
Game & Mobile   26417-   COMPOSITION(LECTURE IN      Dario Silvestri     stario@kmu.a
Contents        01       ENGLISH)                                        c.kr
Game & Mobile   26418-   ART APPRECIATION
Contents        01
Game & Mobile   26419-   PROJECT                     David Wen Hua Ly    davidly85@km
Contents        01       INTRODUCTION(LECTURE IN                         u.ac.kr
                         ENGLISH)
Game & Mobile   26428-   COMPUTER GRAPHICS           Vadim Valeryevich   surov_vadim
Contents        01       I(LECTURE IN ENGLISH)       Surov               @yahoo.com
Game & Mobile   26429-   ADVANCED C/C++(LECTURE IN   Vadim Valeryevich   surov_vadim
Contents        01       ENGLISH)                    Surov               @yahoo.com
Game & Mobile   26430-   OPERATING SYSTEM I:MAN-     Matthew Allen       mcasanov@di
Contents        01       MACHINE                     Casanova            gipen.edu
                         INTERFACE(LECTURE IN
                         ENGLISH)
Game & Mobile   26431-   MOTION DYNAMICS(LECTURE     Choi, Jung Zae      choij@kmu.ac.
Contents        01       IN ENGLISH)                                     kr




Game & Mobile   26432-   PROJECT II-A(LECTURE IN     David Wen Hua Ly    davidly85@km
Contents        01       ENGLISH)                                        u.ac.kr
Game & Mobile   26862-   COMPUTER GRAPHICS 2        Mankyu Sung       mksung@kmu
Contents        02                                                    .ac.kr




Game & Mobile   26869-   GAME PROJECT 1             Mankyu Sung       mksung@kmu
Contents        02                                                    .ac.kr




Game & Mobile   27314-   VECTOR CALCULUS
Contents        01       II(LECTURE IN ENGLISH)
Game & Mobile   27815-   HIGH LEVEL PROGRAMMING I   Matthew Allen     mcasanov@di
Contents        01       LAB(LECTURE IN ENGLISH)    Casanova          gipen.edu
Game & Mobile   30170-   SMART PHONE                KIM, Taesik       tskim@kmu.ac
Contents        01       APPLACATIONS(LECTURE IN                      .kr
                         ENGLISH)




Game & Mobile   27895-   3D GAME AUTHORING          Cathal McCosker   27564@gw.k
Contents        01       PRACTICE                                     mu.ac.kr
Theater   29896-   THEATRE                     Marina           marina07r@m
          01       BIOMECHANICS(LECTURE IN     Raznochintseva   ail.ru
                   ENGLISH)




Theater   30438-   THEATRE                     Marina           marina07r@m
          01       EURHYTHMICS(LECTURE IN      Raznochintseva   ail.ru
                   ENGLISH)




Theater   30439-   PLASTIC ACTING(LECTURE IN   Marina           marina07r@m
          01       ENGLISH)                    Raznochintseva   ail.ru
Music Production   29712-   DIGITAL PIANO CLASS     Kyungyoon John Nam jazzpia@gw.k
                   01       2(LECTURE IN ENGLISH)                      mu.ac.kr




Music Production   29712-   DIGITAL PIANO CLASS
                   02       2(LECTURE IN ENGLISH)
Pharmacy           30956-   PHARMACY SEMINAR        Joydeb Kumar Kundu   kundujk@kmu
                   01                                                    .ac.kr
Pharmacy        30972-   CANCER BIOLOGY     Joydeb Kumar Kundu   kundujk@kmu
                01                                               .ac.kr




Pharmacy        31026-   HUMAN PHYSIOLOGY   Joydeb Kumar Kundu   kundujk@kmu
                01                                               .ac.kr




Pharmaceutics   30972-   CANCER BIOLOGY     Joydeb Kumar Kundu   kundujk@kmu
                02                                               .ac.kr
Pharmaceutics       31026-   HUMAN PHYSIOLOGY     Joydeb Kumar Kundu   kundujk@kmu
                    02                                                 .ac.kr




Liberal Education   27116-   ACADEMIC ENGLISH Ⅲ   Kenneth David Eckert eng@kenecke
                    05                                                 rt.com




Liberal Education   27116-   ACADEMIC ENGLISH Ⅲ   Michael Anthony      merritt@kmu.a
                    06                            Merritt              c.kr

Liberal Education   27116-   ACADEMIC ENGLISH Ⅲ   Kenneth David Eckert eng@kenecke
                    07                                                 rt.com
Liberal Education   27133-   COMMUNICATION ENGLISH Ⅰ Steven Michael Ives   stevenives@k
                    08                                                     mu.ac.kr




Liberal Education   27133-   COMMUNICATION ENGLISH Ⅰ Rodney Alan Hambel    rodaroo9@gm
                    09                                                     ail.com
Liberal Education   27133-   COMMUNICATION ENGLISH Ⅰ Jared Paul Compton   jaredc@kmu.a
                    10                                                    c.kr




Liberal Education   27133-   COMMUNICATION ENGLISH Ⅰ Cathal McCosker      27564@gw.k
                    11                                                    mu.ac.kr
Liberal Education   27133-   COMMUNICATION ENGLISH Ⅰ Rodney Alan Hambel   rodaroo9@gm
                    12                                                    ail.com




Liberal Education   27133-   COMMUNICATION ENGLISH Ⅰ Lynda Marie Roach    lynnieloo@km
                    13                                                    u.ac.kr




Liberal Education   27133-   COMMUNICATION ENGLISH Ⅰ Peter Germann        petergermann
                    14                                                    @hotmail.com
Liberal Education   27133-   COMMUNICATION ENGLISH Ⅰ Steven Michael Ives   stevenives@k
                    15                                                     mu.ac.kr




Liberal Education   27133-   COMMUNICATION ENGLISH Ⅰ Jay Alexander         jay_ba_bed@
                    01                               Robinson              hotmail.com
Liberal Education   27133-   COMMUNICATION ENGLISH Ⅰ Mark Anthony Melican dia_dhuit99@
                    02                                                    yahoo.com




Liberal Education   27133-   COMMUNICATION ENGLISH Ⅰ Peter Germann         petergermann
                    03                                                     @hotmail.com

Liberal Education   27133-   COMMUNICATION ENGLISH Ⅰ Cathal McCosker       27564@gw.k
                    04                                                     mu.ac.kr




Liberal Education   27133-   COMMUNICATION ENGLISH Ⅰ Steven Michael Ives   stevenives@k
                    05                                                     mu.ac.kr
Liberal Education   27133-   COMMUNICATION ENGLISH Ⅰ Rodney Alan Hambel    rodaroo9@gm
                    06                                                     ail.com




Liberal Education   27133-   COMMUNICATION ENGLISH Ⅰ Lynda Marie Roach     lynnieloo@km
                    07                                                     u.ac.kr




Liberal Education   27133-   COMMUNICATION ENGLISH Ⅰ Mark Anthony Melican dia_dhuit99@
                    16                                                    yahoo.com
Liberal Education   27133-   COMMUNICATION ENGLISH Ⅰ Lynda Marie Roach     lynnieloo@km
                    17                                                     u.ac.kr




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Liberal Education   27133-   COMMUNICATION ENGLISH Ⅰ Steven Michael Ives   stevenives@k
                    19                                                     mu.ac.kr




Liberal Education   27133-   COMMUNICATION ENGLISH Ⅰ Rodney Alan Hambel    rodaroo9@gm
                    20                                                     ail.com
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Liberal Education   27133-   COMMUNICATION ENGLISH Ⅰ Peter Germann         petergermann
                    22                                                     @hotmail.com

Liberal Education   27133-   COMMUNICATION ENGLISH Ⅰ Steven Michael Ives   stevenives@k
                    23                                                     mu.ac.kr




Liberal Education   27133-   COMMUNICATION ENGLISH Ⅰ Jared Paul Compton    jaredc@kmu.a
                    24                                                     c.kr




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Liberal Education   27133-   COMMUNICATION ENGLISH Ⅰ Mark Anthony Melican dia_dhuit99@
                    26                                                    yahoo.com




Liberal Education   27133-   COMMUNICATION ENGLISH Ⅰ Cathal McCosker       27564@gw.k
                    27                                                     mu.ac.kr




Liberal Education   27133-   COMMUNICATION ENGLISH Ⅰ Peter Germann         petergermann
                    28                                                     @hotmail.com

Liberal Education   27133-   COMMUNICATION ENGLISH Ⅰ Cathal McCosker       27564@gw.k
                    29                                                     mu.ac.kr
Liberal Education   27136-   COMMUNICATION ENGLISH Ⅱ Charmaine Jeanette   charmanderso
                    71                               Anderson             n@yahoo.com

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Liberal Education   27136-   COMMUNICATION ENGLISH Ⅱ Daniel John Burke    danielburke88
                    76                                                    @hotmail.com




Liberal Education   27136-   COMMUNICATION ENGLISH Ⅱ Charmaine Jeanette   charmanderso
                    77                               Anderson             n@yahoo.com

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Liberal Education   27136-   COMMUNICATION ENGLISH Ⅱ Daniel John Burke    danielburke88
                    82                                                    @hotmail.com




Liberal Education   27136-   COMMUNICATION ENGLISH Ⅱ Charmaine Jeanette   charmanderso
                    83                               Anderson             n@yahoo.com

Liberal Education   27136-   COMMUNICATION ENGLISH Ⅱ Daniel John Burke    danielburke88
                    84                                                    @hotmail.com




Liberal Education   27136-   COMMUNICATION ENGLISH Ⅱ Charmaine Jeanette   charmanderso
                    85                               Anderson             n@yahoo.com

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Liberal Education   27136-   COMMUNICATION ENGLISH Ⅱ Jon Darren Holmes     jon077@yaho
                    89                                                     o.com




Liberal Education   27136-   COMMUNICATION ENGLISH Ⅱ Brian D. Hill         bdhatwork@g
                    90                                                     mail.com




Liberal Education   27136-   COMMUNICATION ENGLISH Ⅱ Mark Anthony Melican dia_dhuit99@
                    91                                                    yahoo.com




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                    93                                                    o.com




Liberal Education   27138-   COMMUNICATION ENGLISH Ⅱ Rodney Alan Hambel   rodaroo9@gm
                    01                                                    ail.com




Liberal Education   27138-   COMMUNICATION ENGLISH Ⅱ Dario Silvestri      stario@kmu.a
                    02                                                    c.kr
Liberal Education   27138-   COMMUNICATION ENGLISH Ⅱ Jon Darren Holmes    jon077@yaho
                    03                                                    o.com
Liberal Education   27138-   COMMUNICATION ENGLISH Ⅱ Brian D. Hill       bdhatwork@g
                    04                                                   mail.com




Liberal Education   27138-   COMMUNICATION ENGLISH Ⅱ Jon Darren Holmes   jon077@yaho
                    05                                                   o.com




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Liberal Education   27136-   COMMUNICATION ENGLISH Ⅱ Dario Silvestri     stario@kmu.a
                    26                                                   c.kr
Liberal Education   27136-   COMMUNICATION ENGLISH Ⅱ Brendan Michael     engrishprof10
                    27                               Rickard             1@hotmail.co
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Liberal Education   27136-   COMMUNICATION ENGLISH Ⅱ Jeffrey Thomas      jeffkmu@gmai
                    28                               McDonald            l.com




Liberal Education   27136-   COMMUNICATION ENGLISH Ⅱ Roseanna May Sole   rosesole@yah
                    29                                                   oo.com
Liberal Education   27136-   COMMUNICATION ENGLISH Ⅱ Jay Alexander       jay_ba_bed@
                    30                               Robinson            hotmail.com




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Liberal Education   27136-   COMMUNICATION ENGLISH Ⅱ Dario Silvestri     stario@kmu.a
                    35                                                   c.kr
Liberal Education   27136-   COMMUNICATION ENGLISH Ⅱ Roseanna May Sole   rosesole@yah
                    36                                                   oo.com




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Liberal Education   27136-   COMMUNICATION ENGLISH Ⅱ Jeffrey Thomas    jeffkmu@gmai
                    38                               McDonald          l.com




Liberal Education   27136-   COMMUNICATION ENGLISH Ⅱ Cathal McCosker   27564@gw.k
                    39                                                 mu.ac.kr
Liberal Education   27136-   COMMUNICATION ENGLISH Ⅱ Jay Alexander     jay_ba_bed@
                    40                               Robinson          hotmail.com




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                    43                               Rickard           1@hotmail.co
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                    46                               Robinson            hotmail.com




Liberal Education   27136-   COMMUNICATION ENGLISH Ⅱ Roseanna May Sole   rosesole@yah
                    47                                                   oo.com




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Liberal Education   27136-   COMMUNICATION ENGLISH Ⅱ Jeffrey Thomas        jeffkmu@gmai
                    49                               McDonald              l.com




Liberal Education   27136-   COMMUNICATION ENGLISH Ⅱ Steven Michael Ives   stevenives@k
                    50                                                     mu.ac.kr




Liberal Education   27136-   COMMUNICATION ENGLISH Ⅱ Rodney Alan Hambel    rodaroo9@gm
                    51                                                     ail.com
Liberal Education   27136-   COMMUNICATION ENGLISH Ⅱ Mark Anthony Melican dia_dhuit99@
                    52                                                    yahoo.com




Liberal Education   27136-   COMMUNICATION ENGLISH Ⅱ Peter Germann         petergermann
                    53                                                     @hotmail.com

Liberal Education   27136-   COMMUNICATION ENGLISH Ⅱ Cathal McCosker       27564@gw.k
                    54                                                     mu.ac.kr




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Liberal Education   27136-   COMMUNICATION ENGLISH Ⅱ Charmaine Jeanette    charmanderso
                    60                               Anderson              n@yahoo.com

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Liberal Education   27136-   COMMUNICATION ENGLISH Ⅱ Jon Darren Holmes   jon077@yaho
                    64                                                   o.com




Liberal Education   27136-   COMMUNICATION ENGLISH Ⅱ Brian D. Hill       bdhatwork@g
                    65                                                   mail.com




Liberal Education   27136-   COMMUNICATION ENGLISH Ⅱ Daniel John Burke   danielburke88
                    66                                                   @hotmail.com
Liberal Education   27136-   COMMUNICATION ENGLISH Ⅱ Daniel John Burke   danielburke88
                    67                                                   @hotmail.com




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                    01                               Rickard             1@hotmail.co
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Liberal Education   27136-   COMMUNICATION ENGLISH Ⅱ Jeffrey Thomas      jeffkmu@gmai
                    02                               McDonald            l.com




Liberal Education   27136-   COMMUNICATION ENGLISH Ⅱ Roseanna May Sole   rosesole@yah
                    03                                                   oo.com
Liberal Education   27136-   COMMUNICATION ENGLISH Ⅱ Jay Alexander     jay_ba_bed@
                    04                               Robinson          hotmail.com




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                    07                               Rickard           1@hotmail.co
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                    08                               McDonald            l.com




Liberal Education   27136-   COMMUNICATION ENGLISH Ⅱ Roseanna May Sole   rosesole@yah
                    09                                                   oo.com




Liberal Education   27136-   COMMUNICATION ENGLISH Ⅱ Brendan Michael     engrishprof10
                    10                               Rickard             1@hotmail.co
                                                                         m
Liberal Education   27136-   COMMUNICATION ENGLISH Ⅱ Jeffrey Thomas      jeffkmu@gmai
                    11                               McDonald            l.com




Liberal Education   27136-   COMMUNICATION ENGLISH Ⅱ Roseanna May Sole   rosesole@yah
                    12                                                   oo.com
Liberal Education   27136-   COMMUNICATION ENGLISH Ⅱ Jay Alexander         jay_ba_bed@
                    13                               Robinson              hotmail.com




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Liberal Education   27136-   COMMUNICATION ENGLISH Ⅱ Mark Anthony Melican dia_dhuit99@
                    16                                                    yahoo.com




Liberal Education   27136-   COMMUNICATION ENGLISH Ⅱ Peter Germann         petergermann
                    17                                                     @hotmail.com
Liberal Education   27136-   COMMUNICATION ENGLISH Ⅱ Brendan Michael     engrishprof10
                    18                               Rickard             1@hotmail.co
                                                                         m




Liberal Education   27136-   COMMUNICATION ENGLISH Ⅱ Jon Darren Holmes   jon077@yaho
                    19                                                   o.com




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Liberal Education   27138-   COMMUNICATION ENGLISH Ⅱ Daniel John Burke   danielburke88
                    12                                                   @hotmail.com
Liberal Education   27138-   COMMUNICATION ENGLISH Ⅱ Dario Silvestri      stario@kmu.a
                    51                                                    c.kr
Liberal Education   27138-   COMMUNICATION ENGLISH Ⅱ Dario Silvestri      stario@kmu.a
                    52                                                    c.kr
Liberal Education   27138-   COMMUNICATION ENGLISH Ⅱ Dario Silvestri      stario@kmu.a
                    53                                                    c.kr

Liberal Education   27136-   COMMUNICATION ENGLISH Ⅱ Brian D. Hill        bdhatwork@g
                    20                                                    mail.com




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Liberal Education   27136-   COMMUNICATION ENGLISH Ⅱ Charmaine Jeanette   charmanderso
                    23                               Anderson             n@yahoo.com

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Liberal Education   27119-   COMMUNICATION ENGLISH Ⅲ Lynda Marie Roach    lynnieloo@km
                    01                                                    u.ac.kr
Liberal Education   27119-   COMMUNICATION ENGLISH Ⅲ Shannon Patrick Berry shannonpatric
                    02                                                     kberry@gmail.
                                                                           com




Liberal Education   27119-   COMMUNICATION ENGLISH Ⅲ Brian D. Hill          bdhatwork@g
                    03                                                      mail.com




Liberal Education   27119-   COMMUNICATION ENGLISH Ⅲ Shannon Patrick Berry shannonpatric
                    04                                                     kberry@gmail.
                                                                           com
Liberal Education   27119-   COMMUNICATION ENGLISH Ⅲ Lavon Mark Murray    jubeikibagami
                    05                                                    @kmu.ac.kr




Liberal Education   27119-   COMMUNICATION ENGLISH Ⅲ Jared Paul Compton   jaredc@kmu.a
                    06                                                    c.kr




Liberal Education   27119-   COMMUNICATION ENGLISH Ⅲ Lynda Marie Roach    lynnieloo@km
                    07                                                    u.ac.kr
Liberal Education   27119-   COMMUNICATION ENGLISH Ⅲ Shannon Patrick Berry shannonpatric
                    08                                                     kberry@gmail.
                                                                           com




Liberal Education   27119-   COMMUNICATION ENGLISH Ⅲ Lavon Mark Murray      jubeikibagami
                    09                                                      @kmu.ac.kr




Liberal Education   27119-   COMMUNICATION ENGLISH Ⅲ Shannon Patrick Berry shannonpatric
                    10                                                     kberry@gmail.
                                                                           com
Liberal Education   27119-   COMMUNICATION ENGLISH Ⅲ Lavon Mark Murray    jubeikibagami
                    11                                                    @kmu.ac.kr




Liberal Education   27119-   COMMUNICATION ENGLISH Ⅲ Jared Paul Compton   jaredc@kmu.a
                    12                                                    c.kr




Liberal Education   27119-   COMMUNICATION ENGLISH Ⅲ
                    13
Liberal Education   27119-   COMMUNICATION ENGLISH Ⅲ Lavon Mark Murray    jubeikibagami
                    14                                                    @kmu.ac.kr
Liberal Education   27119-   COMMUNICATION ENGLISH Ⅲ Lynda Marie Roach      lynnieloo@km
                    15                                                      u.ac.kr




Liberal Education   27119-   COMMUNICATION ENGLISH Ⅲ Jared Paul Compton     jaredc@kmu.a
                    16                                                      c.kr




Liberal Education   27119-   COMMUNICATION ENGLISH Ⅲ
                    17
Liberal Education   27119-   COMMUNICATION ENGLISH Ⅲ Shannon Patrick Berry shannonpatric
                    18                                                     kberry@gmail.
                                                                           com
Liberal Education   27119-   COMMUNICATION ENGLISH Ⅲ Lavon Mark Murray      jubeikibagami
                    19                                                      @kmu.ac.kr




Liberal Education   27119-   COMMUNICATION ENGLISH Ⅲ Shannon Patrick Berry shannonpatric
                    20                                                     kberry@gmail.
                                                                           com




Liberal Education   27119-   COMMUNICATION ENGLISH Ⅲ Lavon Mark Murray      jubeikibagami
                    21                                                      @kmu.ac.kr
Liberal Education   27119-   COMMUNICATION ENGLISH Ⅲ Brian D. Hill        bdhatwork@g
                    22                                                    mail.com




Liberal Education   27119-   COMMUNICATION ENGLISH Ⅲ Jared Paul Compton   jaredc@kmu.a
                    23                                                    c.kr




Liberal Education   27119-   COMMUNICATION ENGLISH Ⅲ
                    24
Liberal Education   27119-   COMMUNICATION ENGLISH Ⅲ Kenneth David Eckert eng@kenecke
                    25                                                    rt.com




Liberal Education   27119-   COMMUNICATION ENGLISH Ⅲ Michael Anthony      merritt@kmu.a
                    26                               Merritt              c.kr
Liberal Education   27119-   COMMUNICATION ENGLISH Ⅲ Michael Anthony   merritt@kmu.a
                    27                               Merritt           c.kr
Credit Date_time              Course_description

     4 Mon09:00~10:50
       Wed09:00~10:50
       Fri09:00~10:50(국344)
     4 Mon09:00~10:50
       Wed09:00~10:50
       Fri09:00~10:50(국423)
     4 Mon09:00~10:50
       Wed09:00~10:50
       Fri09:00~10:50(국240)
     3 Tue10:30~11:45         This course will provide a comprehensive outline of Korean history
       Thu09:00~10:15(국345)   with lectures and discussion classes on the pre-historic period,
                              early state formation, the Three Kingdoms era, Unified Silla, early
                              Koryo, the Mongol invasions, the downfall of Koryo and the
                              founding of Choson, early Choson and the Sejong era, the
                              Hideyoshi invasions of the late 16th century, mid-Choson and
                              sirhak scholarship, late Choson and the opening of Korea to the
                              West, the Japanese colonial period, liberation and the Korean
                              War.

     3 Tue09:00~10:15         This course aims to provide students with an overview of Korean
       Thu10:30~11:45(국345)   traditional culture. It will provide the essential historical and
                              geographical background for an understanding of Korean culture
                              and then examine the historical development of the Korean
                              language and its phonetic script han’gul. We will then explore the
                              major religio-philosophical traditions of Korea, namely,
                              shamanism/animism, Buddhism, Confucianism, and Korean
                              Christianity. This will be followed by an exploration of Korea’s
                              literary tradition including its sung tales “p’ansori”, its most popular
                              lyric form, sijo, two early Korean novels, and women’s literature We
                              will then examine contemporary Korean cinema through the work
                              of its best known director Im Kwon-taek. The semester will
                              conclude with lectures and classes on the history and development
                              of Korean ceramic production down the ages, and a brief history of
                              Korean painting and sculpture.

     3 Mon13:30~14:45
       Thu12:00~13:15(국344)
     3 Tue15:00~16:15         Being Confucius and patriarchal, gender has been elaborated,
       Thu16:30~17:45(국344)   wittingly or unwittingly, as a major principle of organizing economic,
                              social, political, and cultural institutions in Korea. Although the
                              introduction of western education and culture, and the advance of
                              economic development have contributed to changes in gender
                              relations, issues related with gender still prevail in Korean
                              society.
                              This course will briefly overview feminist and sociological
                              perspectives on gender relations; introduce students to social,
                              political, historical and cultural background of S. Korea which have
                              contribted to form its current gender relations and issues; describe
                              major gender issues in contemporary Korea while asking students
                              to identify and discuss their counterparts in their own culture of
                              origin.
3 Tue09:00~10:15         The purpose of this course is to introduce students to the various
  Thu10:30~11:45(국424)   classical readings such as area of history, philosophy, politics,
                         economics and literature in order to increase fundamental
                         concepts in their interest of study areas.




2 Tue11:00~12:50(국241)   This course will introduce the discipline of biblical ethics in general
                         and christian ethical perspectives on diverse social issues in the
                         contemporary era. It begins with the Gospel values and applies
                         them to the problems of modern society in its economic, social,
                         cultural, and political life.




2 Thu16:00~17:50(국241)   This course will introduce the discipline of biblical ethics in general
                         and christian ethical perspectives on diverse social issues in the
                         contemporary era. It begins with the Gospel values and applies
                         them to the problems of modern society in its economic, social,
                         cultural, and political life.
2 Mon14:00~15:50(국508)   This course is intended to provide experience using 4 programs of
                         the Microsoft Office Suite: Word, Excel, Powerpoint, and Access.
                         These programs (especially the first three) are commonly used in
                         the business world and proficiency in using them is valuable. An
                         additional goal is to provide design skills, particularly with respect
                         to Word and Powerpoint, as these are commonly used programs to
                         create visuals, such as documents, basic pamphlets, and key
                         presentations, which can dramatically influence viewers. Touch
                         typing & email etiquette will be a focus as well, along with originality
                         in conception and execution of
                         design.




3 Wed13:30~14:45         This course is an introductory course in macroeconomics that will
  Fri09:00~10:15(국507)   examine and familiarize you with key models, issues and policies.
                         We will analyze the long run and short run economy, in addition to
                         policies related to the economy. A good understanding of the
                         macroeconomy requires a basic understanding of the tools of
                         microeconomic analysis including supply and demand. The first
                         part of the course will introduce and review the basics of supply
                         and demand analysis. We will analyze how households and
                         businesses interact, and how the interaction determines economy-
                         wide behavior including productivity, growth and consumption
                         decisions. We will also become familiar with markets and
                         institutions and their role in the economy.
3 Mon09:00~10:15       Law and Civilization is a class in legal anthropology. It is intended
  Wed10:30~11:45(국241) to provide students with an overview of the different legal systems
                       used throughout the world and through history. This course will
                       focus on the historical developments of the various legal systems
                       and explore the ways in which culture and religion impact each
                       society’s sense of justice. “Law” will be a vehicle for studying
                       culture, language, religion, geography, and history. In additon to
                       the study of a variety of legal systems themselves, we will study
                       specific questions such as: how do you get divorced under Sharia
                       law? What happens if you are caught smuggling drugs in Turkey?
                       Why do Russian prisoners get tattoos? What happens to common
                       criminals in North Korea and why is their crime rate so high? Could
                       a Roman father really legally murder his disobedient children?


1 Wed11:00~12:50(태208) 본 강좌는 외국인 학생들을 대상으로 우리나라 국기인 태권도
                       문화를 이해시키고, 태권도 의 이론 및 실용적 실기능력을 균형 있게
                       지도하여 태권도에 관한 원리를 이해시킬 목적으로 개설되었다.
                       태권도 이론과 실기교육을 통하여 개념적이고 상징적인 태권도의
                       예절교육, 특수기술, 정신적인 기풍, 무도·스포츠의 가치와 원리를
                       중점적으로 다루고자 한다. 즉 태권도 교육을 통해서 신체적,
                       정서적, 사회적으로 건강하며 바람직한 민주시민을 육성함을
                       목적으로 하고 있다.




3 Wed13:30~14:45           This course begins with simple writing styles such as description
  Fri09:00~10:15(국425)     and moves into more complex tasks such as analysis, evaluation,
                           citation, and argumentation. We will begin with basic vocabulary
                           and grammar issues of sentence writing and gradually move into
                           higher matters of paragraph structuring and developing writing
                           fluency. Assignments will begin with short essays and end with
                           longer research papers. Other assignments may possibly include
                           resumes, business writing, e-mails, and web pages.




3 Mon13:30~14:45
  Thu12:00~13:15(국425)
3 Wed12:00~13:15           This course deals with basic topics of pre-calculus
  Fri10:30~11:45(국425)     and calculus mathematics.




3 Wed12:00~13:15
  Fri10:30~11:45(사348)
3 Mon15:00~16:15       The Korean economy has fast become globally integrated through
  Wed16:30~17:45(국345) international movements of goods, services, capitals and also
                       people. The rising foreign population in the Korean society creates
                       an imperative how these groups of foreign nationality should
                       properly understand work place and industrial relations in Korea.

                           Work place and industrial relations in Korea have also experienced
                           some morphic transformations during the economic development
                           period and thus increasingly adopted the standards and practices
                           of advanced countries. However, Korean work place and industrial
                           relations accompany unique idiosyncrasies which may cause
                           deviations from a normal understanding of the foreign nationalities'
                           perspective. Misunderstanding such idiosyncrasies often causes
                           unnecessary conflicts, and it may lead to the less harmonious
                           work place relationship.




3 Mon10:30~11:45
  Wed09:00~10:15(국345)

3 Mon12:00~13:15
  Thu13:30~14:45(국241)
3 Tue15:00~16:15          The course “Fundamentals of Political Science” is meant to give an
  Thu16:30~17:45(국345)    introduction to Political Science. A precondition for gaining
                          knowledge about politics is to know how to carry out a political
                          analysis and how to use scientific methods. The course will
                          examine several scientific methods and demonstrate how to apply
                          them to political phenomena. Students will be introduced into the
                          different topics of Political Science: political actors and actions,
                          political behavior, political institutions, political systems, and
                          political processes. We will primarily focus on the politics of large
                          political entities like states and nations and examine the relations
                          between states. The course, additionally, provides basic
                          knowledge about the purpose and the functioning of international
                          organizations.




3 Tue10:30~11:45
  Thu09:00~10:15(국346)
1 Fri11:00~12:50(음B147)   The Korean Dance, a practical dance class for foreign students,
                          will focus upon having experience of Korean culture. The course is
                          designed to learn the pleasure and enthusiasm of Korean folk
                          dance after acquiring the Korean rhythm.




3 Mon13:30~14:45          - This course is to give students general understanding of Korean
  Thu12:00~13:15(국240)    economic development process and its characteristics.

                          - English is used in the clalss.
3 Mon16:30~17:45                                            한국학생들은 사전에
  Thu15:00~16:15(국240)   면담신청할 것!!!!!!!!!!!

                         IMPORTANT NOTICE TO KOREAN STUDENTS !!!!!!!!!! -
                         PLEASE CONTACT ME BEFORE REGISTER !!!!!!!!!!

                         This course provides an overview of the study of communication in
                         different culture. The contents focuse on the cyrrent issues in
                         Korea which would help students understand customs and culture
                         of Korea.
                         Students freely exchange ideas and thoughts on different issues
                         and discuss about the possible solutions or suggestions.




3 Mon16:30~17:45          The purpose of this course is first to deeping your understanding
  Thu15:00~16:15(국346)   about East Asia where you are living, and to provoke your interesr
                         in power politics in the region among major powers; US, China,
                         Japan and Russia. Geopolitically and historically, the stability and
                         peace of this region is in large part depend upon interaction of
                         power politics of major powers.
                          Second purpoe is to explore understanding about the situation in
                         korean peninsula, situated at the crossroad of Northeast Asia
                         among four major powers. It is designed to analyze why the
                         Korean situation is so unstable and sometimes volatile.
                          Finally, to understand major players' foreign policy towads this
                         region; how it has developed and how it will be evolved in the
                         future.
3 Mon12:00~13:15         .This course is appropriate for the students who want to pursue a
  Thu13:30~14:45(국424)   study on the subject of international management, including foreign
                         direct investment(FDI). Particularly, the lecture will emphasize both
                         theories and practical applications with an aim to help students
                         understand international business environment.



3 Tue15:00~16:15         --basic introduction to korean government and political processes
  Thu16:30~17:45(국240)
                         --three branches of government and major institution of
                         government

                         --major political actors , interest groupsp and party organization

                         --major political issues

                         --political culuture and ideology
                         --public policy and processes

                         --political socialization and culture

                         --major political issues and challenges
3 Tue13:30~14:45         Korean traditional food is the best to people living in the Korean
  Fri12:00~13:15(쉐107)   environment and that it is highly recommended to the foreigners
                         who reside in Korea, as well as Korean people. More and more
                         people are being exposed to Korean foods, discovering their health
                         benefits and unique tastes. We will understand the features of
                         Korean traditional foods in the class.




3 Tue15:00~16:15         This course introduces students to the critical role of human
  Thu16:30~17:45(국346)   resource management in enhancing the sustained growth of a firm
                         in today’s business environment characterized by increasing
                         globalization and rapid technological change. This course will
                         enhance the students’ understanding of the ways human resource
                         management can result in sustainable competitive advantage and
                         high performance of a firm through its key functions within the
                         national and international legal frameworks pertaining to
                         employment. It also invites students to reflect upon the ways how
                         human resource management can contribute to the creation of the
                         indwelling internal milieu of a firm wherein organizational members
                         fully actualize their individual potentials while contributing to
                         sustained growth of a firm. Such reflection aims to help students
                         develop a view of partnerships between employees and a firm (as
                         the employer) for their mutual growth.
3 Mon10:30~11:45       This course will be focus on the psychological processes
  Wed09:00~10:15(국508) underlying consumer behavior such as motivation, perception,
                       personality, learning and attitudes and impact on the purchasing
                       decisions of consumers. The discipline borrows from several social
                       sciences including psychology, sociology, and anthropology to
                       explain behavior in the market place.




3 Mon09:00~10:15       This course focuses on marketing management and problem
  Wed10:30~11:45(국508) solving. You will learn overview of how to manage product
                       positioning, pricing, distribution and external communications. And
                       also this course will help you to understand customer behavior,
                       demand determination and marketing research. Moreover, you will
                       be exposed to current issues in marketing in a variety of contexts in
                       global environments.
3 Wed12:00~13:15         The main objective of this course is to introduce students to the
  Fri10:30~11:45(국241)   entrepreneurial process through lectures, case analyses, and
                         preparation of business plan. This aims to provide students with a
                         practical guide to the process of successfully launching an
                         entrepreneurial firm, and developing it into a self-sustaining and
                         profitable enterprise: 1) developing successful business ideas, 2)
                         transforming an idea into business reality through the creation of
                         an entrepreneurial firm, 3) managing and growing an
                         entrepreneurial firm. Special emphasis will be given to opportunity
                         recognition and feasibility analyses that lay down a foundation for
                         successful entrepreneurship, and the application of management
                         principles and skills, which students have acquired in other
                         management courses (e.g., principles of management, marketing,
                         finance and accouting) for launching and growing a firm.




3 Mon15:00~16:15
  Wed16:30~17:45(국424)

3 Mon13:30~14:45         This course is designed to introduce you the field of advertising
  Thu12:00~13:15(국507)   and promotion. The emphasis in this course will be on the role of
                         advertising and other promotional mix elements in the integrated
                         marketing communications program (IMC) of an organization. The
                         development of an integrated marketing communications programs
                         requires an understanding of the overall marketing process, how
                         companies organize for advertising and other promotional
                         functions, customer behavior, communications theory, and how to
                         set goals, objectives and budgets. Attention will be given to the
                         various IMC tools used in contemporary marketing including
                         advertising, direct marketing, Internet and interactive marketing,
                         sales promotion, publicity and public relations, and personal
                         selling.
3 Tue12:00~13:15             Today Korea is one of the most important countries in world’s
  Fri13:30~14:45(국507)       business and economy. Studying the Korean business and
                             economy is very interesting and helpful for business people and
                             academic. This course will provide a basic knowledge and
                             understanding of Korean Business and Economy. The topics
                             include introduction, the historical roots of modern growth, East
                             Asian culture and Capitalism, foreign trade and the incentive
                             system, industrial structure and policy, Korean economic planning
                             and policy formulation, the consumptions and saving behavior of
                             Koreans and global competitiveness and the Korean development
                             model.




3 Mon10:30~11:45       The political process deals with all political decision-making
  Wed09:00~10:15(국424) process and important actors and factors in the process. It mainly
                       covers political institutions; parties, elections, presidency.
                       congress, media, political culture. In many US universities,
                       president, congress, and political parties are independent courses.
                       The political process is a kind of introductory course for them.
                       When the course of the political process is offered, only domestic
                       process is included.
                       Most courses at universities in the world cover only domestic
                       political procedure such as Korean political process in Korean
                       universities or American political process in the US schools. There
                       is few courses to teach political process in general or comparative
                       perspect. This course will provide students with comparative
                       perspective in the political process. The comparative politics is a
                       prerequisite for this course. Through the course, students will
                       research electoral systems and political parties in democracies.
                       After this course, students will be an expert in the political party and
                       electoral systems. For students seeking a job in government, NGO,
3 Mon12:00~13:15       The course will provide a basic understanding of European Union
  Thu13:30~14:45(국508) Politics. This will include considerations about the purpose and
                       idea of a unified Europe. Students will learn about the main
                       institutions of the European Union (EU) such as European
                       Commission, European Council, and European Parliament. And
                       they will be introduced into the different levels of political interaction
                       within the EU, i.e. regional, national, intergovernmental, and
                       supranational level. Students will be provided with information
                       about the state of the European harmonization and integration
                       process, with the latest developments in the establishment of a
                       common European foreign and security policy. Views on the
                       decline of welfare states and the rise of neoliberalism and neo-
                       conservatism in domestic politics of contemporary Europe will also
                       be discussed.
3 Tue15:00~16:15         This course provides an introduction to some of the major
  Thu16:30~17:45(국242)   theoretical perspectives for studying how states and peoples
                         behave and interact. Students will learn new ways of thinking about
                         international relations, increase their ability to evaluate these
                         competing ideas, and apply different perspectives to concrete
                         policy issues.




3 Wed13:30~14:45         The US is the most important country not only to Korea but also to
  Fri09:00~10:15(국424)   the world. Unfortunately, students do not have accurate information
                         of US politics. This course is intended as a broad survey of
                         American Political system. Topics include elections, presidency,
                         legislature, constitution, federalism, political parties, and Supreme
                         Court.
                         No preliminary knowledge of American politics is required.
                         Lectures, discussion sessions, and a project would be major parts
                         of the class.
                         Students who are interested in IR "must" take this course. IB
                         students can get benefits from taking this course too.
3 Wed12:00~13:15         Everyone is a negotiator. We negotiate with our friends, our
  Fri10:30~11:45(국507)   families and yes, even our professors. This course is designed to
                         enable IR and IB students to develop a greater understanding of
                         negotiation and conflict resolution theory and practice. Further, the
                         negotiation skills and other dispute resolution techniques students
                         acquired in this class will assist students in their future personal,
                         professional and academic careeers. The class will be run as a
                         negotiation and dispute resolution clinic; meaning, students will
                         learn by applying various negotiation and conflict resolution
                         theories to mock negotiations in class.
3 Tue16:30~17:45         Students will study trilateral relations of labor, business, and
  Fri15:00~16:15(국345)   government in advanced industrialized countries such as OECD
                         countries. The course will especially focus on the political economy
                         of the United States, Japan, Germany, France, United Kingdom,
                         Sweden and other countries. It will provide an understanding of the
                         different developmental paths of advanced industrialized countries
                         and the distinct development strategies their governments have
                         pursued. The roles of political institutions, cultures, and norms will
                         too be discussed in the course.




3 Mon13:30~14:45         This course involves the study of politics in the Philippines,
  Thu12:00~13:15(국346)   Indonesia, Vietnam, Laos, Kampuchea, Malaysia, Singapore,
                         Brunei, Myanmar, and Thailand. It investigates the historical and
                         cultural factors contributing to their political relationships within the
                         region and internationally.




3 Wed15:00~16:15
  Fri16:30~17:45(국508)
3 Mon16:30~17:45           International Human Rights Law will analyze the rules and laws
  Thu15:00~16:15(국507)     established by the international community to protect and promote
                           human rights. It will trace the growth of international human rights
                           law from its beginnings as part of the law of diplomatic protection to
                           its growth in the aftermath of the atrocities of WW II and ending
                           with analysis of the current status of international human rigthts
                           law. The course will also examine contemporary challenges facing
                           international system such cultural relativity and the war on terror.
                           Further, by analyzing cases and treaties the course will analyze the
                           substantive: (1) right to life; (2) right to respect for private and
                           family life; (4) right to a fair trial; (5) right to freedom of expression;
                           (6) right to vote; and (7) right to be free from torture. Finally, the
                           course will evaluate the various enforcement mechanisms
                           available to states and individuals in the event of a violation of
                           human rights violations.

3 Mon11:00~12:50           This course provides an introduction to creating programs that
  Thu11:00~12:50(국207)     interact with the user using the Windows GUI on the users
                           computer (as opposed to server-based programs).
                           The primary focus of the course will be the .NET architecture and
                           programming using the C# programming language and Visual
                           Studio 2010.




3 Tue16:00~17:50           Industry trends in IT. A historical overview, understanding
  Fri16:00~17:50(국207)     innovation, business prospects.



3 Tue16:30~17:45
  Fri15:00~16:15(영525-2)

3 Tue09:00~10:15
  Thu10:30~11:45(영445)
3 Mon15:00~16:15       This course is a semester-length survey of the history of American
  Wed16:30~17:45(영425- literature.
  1)                   The lectures will be given for the most part in English. Students are
                       also
                       encouraged to use English in class. The requirements for the
                       course include an
                       in-class presentation of about three type-written pages in length
                       and a thorough reading of the
                       main textbook for the course. The details for the in-class
                       presentation (such as
                       paper due date and topics) will be given soon after the size of the
                       class is
                       determined.




3 Tue09:00~10:15           In this course, we will trace the history of American literature from
  Thu10:30~11:45(영443)     Pre-settlement to Postmodernism together, and we will read
                           important literary works in their social contexts, also paying close
                           attention to their authors’ biographies. Studying the history of
                           American Literature together will give us an opportunity to carefully
                           examine different types of writing in the American tradition as we
                           also discuss central historical events.
3 Mon09:00~10:15       In this course, we will learn how to read and write about literary
  Wed10:30~11:45(영537) texts from different genres, addressing questions of style,
                       structure, and rhetorical strategy, situating works in their literary
                       and historical contexts. While a portion of this class will be lecture-
                       style, there will be much time for discussion, group work, and
                       especially small writing exercises.




3 Tue10:30~11:45         This course serves as an introduction to creative writing in English.
  Thu09:00~10:15(영425-1) We will analyze different types of literature together to become
                         familiar with good writing, think about the process of writing itself,
                         and finally try our hand at writing ourselves. Keeping in mind the
                         importance of correct grammar, we will also look closely at aspects
                         of the English language throughout the course. At the beginning of
                         each class meeting, we will have a brief period of free-writing, and
                         naturally, we will do many different writing exercises throughout the
                         semester. Much of what we do in this class will depend on your
                         needs, so please be sure to communicate with me.
3 Mon09:00~10:15       Course Description
  Wed10:30~11:45(영522- The purpose of this class is to develop student speaking and
  3)                   listening skills in an informal, contemporary English environment.
                       This is a performance class that places emphasis on the student’s
                       ability to respond to informal discussions or activities while
                       developing skills to enhance English conversation ability.
3 Mon09:00~10:15       Please note that this course is aimed at INTERMEDIATE level
  Wed10:30~11:45(영525- students. It will focus on helping these students to develop their
  1)                   skills and confidence in conversational English. As such, the main
                       focus of the course will be on providing the students with
                       opportunities to communicate with each other and the instructor.
                       Students will have the opportunity to discuss a broad range of
                       topics, give a variety of different presentations, and enhance their
                       knowledge of English conversational strategies. They will also
                       have opportunities to increase their competence in listening and
                       reading comprehension, vocabulary, pronunciation, oral grammar,
                       and conversational strategy use. The instructor reserves the right
                       to alter the class syllabus according to the perceived needs of the
                       students..
3 Mon16:30~17:45         This course is designed to provide you with the opportunity to
  Thu15:00~16:15(영453)   improve your English conversational fluency through regular
                         practice and the acquisition of new skills. The course will focus on
                         a wide variety of topics and conversation skills that will be explored
                         through class discussions, debates, pair and group activities, and
                         oral presentations.




3 Mon16:30~17:45         This course is intended for English Language and Literature
  Thu15:00~16:15(영454)   students who seek to improve their ability to speak within an
                         academic context. As such, the main focus will be on discussing,
                         explaining, and debating ideas on a number of topics, including
                         relationships, lifestyles and experiences, literary themes, and social
                         issues.
3 Tue10:30~11:45         Course Description
  Thu09:00~10:15(영522-3) The purpose of this class is to develop student speaking and
                         listening skills in an informal, contemporary English environment.
                         This is a performance class that places emphasis on the student’s
                         ability to respond to informal discussions or activities while
                         developing skills to enhance English conversation ability.
3 Tue10:30~11:45         Please note that this course is aimed at INTERMEDIATE level
  Thu09:00~10:15(영537)   students. It will focus on helping these students to develop their
                         skills and confidence in conversational English. As such, the main
                         focus of the course will be on providing the students with
                         opportunities to communicate with each other and the instructor.
                         Students will have the opportunity to discuss a broad range of
                         topics, give a variety of different presentations, and enhance their
                         knowledge of English conversational strategies. They will also
                         have opportunities to increase their competence in listening and
                         reading comprehension, vocabulary, pronunciation, oral grammar,
                         and conversational strategy use. The instructor reserves the right
                         to alter the class syllabus according to the perceived needs of the
                         students..
3 Tue10:30~11:45         The primary purpose of this course is to develop comfort and
  Thu09:00~10:15(영538)   expand skills in English conversation. This course will provide
                         instruction in vocabulary development, listening comprehension,
                         pronunciation and oral grammar, and cultural comprehension skills
                         (including “appropriateness” and idioms/slang).
3 Tue13:30~14:45            This course is designed to provide you with the opportunity to
  Fri12:00~13:15(영455)      improve your English conversational fluency through regular
                            practice and the acquisition of new skills. The course will focus on
                            a wide variety of topics and conversation skills that will be explored
                            through class discussions, debates, pair and group activities, and
                            oral presentations.




3 Tue13:30~14:45         This course is intended for English Language and Literature
  Fri12:00~13:15(영525-2) students who seek to improve their ability to speak within an
                         academic context. As such, the main focus will be on discussing,
                         explaining, and debating ideas on a number of topics, including
                         relationships, lifestyles and experiences, literary themes, and social
                         issues.
3 Tue13:30~14:45         The primary purpose of this course is to develop comfort and
  Fri12:00~13:15(영538)   expand skills in English conversation. This course will provide
                         instruction in vocabulary development, listening comprehension,
                         pronunciation and oral grammar, and cultural comprehension skills
                         (including “appropriateness” and idioms/slang).




3 Mon13:30~14:45         This course is intended for English Language and Literature
  Thu12:00~13:15(영450)   students who seek to improve their ability to write the academic
                         essay. As such, the main focus will be on the academic essay, its
                         structure, and its variations. Students will also practice writing in
                         other forms, including short fiction.

                         This course has a heavy workload. Be prepared to write and to
                         write a lot.

                         Students who do not know how to write in paragraphs should NOT
                         take this course until after taking Writing 1. It will be assumed that
                         you are proficient in paragraph structure. (No prior knowledge of
                         essays required.)
3 Mon13:30~14:45         This course is designed to provide you with the opportunity to
  Thu12:00~13:15(영451)   practice and improve your English writing skills, with an emphasis
                         on working toward formal, academic essays. The focus of the
                         course will be on gaining proficiency through practice writing,
                         reinforcement of new skills, and constant feedback from your peers
                         and instructor.
3 Tue09:00~10:15         Please note that this is NOT a beginner course. It is an
  Thu10:30~11:45(영339)   INTERMEDIATE course, and as such will focus on guiding
                         intermediate level composition students throught the processes
                         involved in creating coherent, organized, and well supported
                         essays. Students will learn some basic academic writing skills,
                         including a variety of organizational patterns. As well as focusing
                         on the production of effective essays, the course will also enhance
                         the students knowledge of selected grammatical and sentence
                         structures, mechanics, and the steps involved in the writing
                         process. Students will also be provided with the opportunity to
                         read, comment on, and improve each other's work. The instructor
                         reserves the right to alter the course syllabus according to his
                         perception of the needs of the students.
3 Tue09:00~10:15         Course Description
  Thu10:30~11:45(영432)   The purpose of this class is to develop student writing skills in an
                         academic context. This is a production-based class in which
                         students will be expected to work through the basic writing process
                         and develop the 7 writing traits (ideas, organization, voice, word
                         choice, sentence fluency, conventions, and presentation) in their
                         writing of descriptive, informative, and persuasive essays.
3 Tue09:00~10:15         The primary purpose of this course is to provide instruction in
  Thu10:30~11:45(영425-1) writing essay-level compositions in English. This course will also
                         provide additional instruction in business writing, "paragraph-level"
                         composition, grammar and mechanics, and common patterns of
                         organization.
3 Tue12:00~13:15            This course is designed to provide you with the opportunity to
  Fri13:30~14:45(영538)      practice and improve your English writing skills, with an emphasis
                            on working toward formal, academic essays. The focus of the
                            course will be on gaining proficiency through practice writing,
                            reinforcement of new skills, and constant feedback from your peers
                            and instructor.




3 Tue12:00~13:15         This course is intended for English Language and Literature
  Fri13:30~14:45(영525-1) students who seek to improve their ability to write the academic
                         essay. As such, the main focus will be on the academic essay, its
                         structure, and its variations. Students will also practice writing in
                         other forms, including short fiction.

                            This course has a heavy workload. Be prepared to write and to
                            write a lot.

                            Students who do not know how to write in paragraphs should NOT
                            take this course until after taking Writing 1. It will be assumed that
                            you are proficient in paragraph structure. (No prior knowledge of
                            essays required.)
3 Tue15:00~16:15         Please note that this is NOT a beginner course. It is an
  Thu16:30~17:45(영425-1) INTERMEDIATE course, and as such will focus on guiding
                         intermediate level composition students throught the processes
                         involved in creating coherent, organized, and well supported
                         essays. Students will learn some basic academic writing skills,
                         including a variety of organizational patterns. As well as focusing
                         on the production of effective essays, the course will also enhance
                         the students knowledge of selected grammatical and sentence
                         structures, mechanics, and the steps involved in the writing
                         process. Students will also be provided with the opportunity to
                         read, comment on, and improve each other's work. The instructor
                         reserves the right to alter the course syllabus according to his
                         perception of the needs of the students.
3 Wed12:00~13:15         Course Description
  Fri10:30~11:45(영525-2) The purpose of this class is to develop student writing skills in an
                         academic context. This is a production-based class in which
                         students will be expected to work through the basic writing process
                         and develop the 7 writing traits (ideas, organization, voice, word
                         choice, sentence fluency, conventions, and presentation) in their
                         writing of descriptive, informative, and persuasive essays.
3 Wed12:00~13:15         The primary purpose of this course is to provide instruction in
  Fri10:30~11:45(영532)   writing essay-level compositions in English. This course will also
                         provide additional instruction in business writing, "paragraph-level"
                         composition, grammar and mechanics, and common patterns of
                         organization.
3 Tue12:00~13:15          Poetry draws our attention on the detailed structure of language
  Fri13:30~14:45(영445)    and therefore is highly adapted for learning German. From
                          romanticism to concrete poetry, a variety of German poetry will be
                          presented in this class.

                          Durch Lesen und Vorlesen von Gedichten, durch spielerisches
                          Umdichten und Weiterschreiben, durch Auswendiglernen und
                          Rezitation werden grundlegende Kenntnisse und Beherrschung
                          der Aussprache, des Rhythmus und der Prosodieder deutschen
                          Sprache erworben. Ausgehend von einfachen Kindergedichten,
                          uber Gedichte der klassischen Zeit (z. B. Balladen) bis zu leicht
                          verstaendlicher neuerer Lyrik werden dabei unterschiedliche
                          Gedichtformen einbezogen.




3 Mon09:00~10:15       Newly designed course for mastering common cliche, journalism
  Wed10:30~11:45(영432) style used in newspapers, mass media TV, radio, internet
                       programs.




3 Wed13:30~14:45          The Course will be conducted in English based on Torfl-1
  Fri09:00~10:15(영455)    materials. It will mainly cover the essential means of spoken
                          Russian with a variety of purposes that include: different
                          audiences, type of exercises: questions-answers, situations,
                          intonations; rendering using common cliche, conclusion making
                          etc.
3 Tue12:00~13:15         This course introduces the Russian lexical word-stock and
  Fri13:30~14:45(영357)   grammatical patterns, cliche through the Russian sayings,
                         proverbs, and fairy tales.




3 Tue10:30~11:45         This course focuses on Christian missions in the twentieth and
  Thu09:00~10:15(영344)   twenty-first centuries. The approach is empirical, theological and
                         practical. The course covers the work of missionary societies in
                         various regions of the world, paradigm shifts in missiology (the
                         science of missions), and on contemporary challenges to Christian
                         missions, such as religious pluralism, post-modernism, and
                         secularism.




3 Tue15:00~16:15         Since conflicts between religions have become more common
  Thu16:30~17:45(영532)   recently, there is an urgent need to understand the differences
                         between religions. With over two billion followers on all continents,
                         Christianity is the only truly global religion. But this means it is often
                         in competition or conflict with other religions.
                         This course surveys the relationship between Christianity and the
                         major religions of the world, with a focus on Islam, Buddhism and
                         Hinduism. Comparisons and contrasts are made between them, in
                         order to understand the sources of conflict.
                         This course will be especially valuable to students who are
                         interested in world missions or international politics and business.



3 Mon12:00~13:15
  Thu13:30~14:45(영534)
3 Tue15:00~16:15
  Thu16:30~17:45(영443)

3 Mon10:30~11:45
  Wed09:00~10:15(영539)
3 Wed12:00~13:15          The purpose of this class is to provide Korean students with
  Fri10:30~11:45(영453)    practical experience of talking and writing about Korean culture.
                          The early part of the course will deal with the issue of romanization
                          and will introduce the four major romanization systems in use
                          today, namely, McCune-Reischauer, Yale, the ROK system and
                          the DPRK system. The course will then focus on providing
                          students with the opportunity to participate in group discussions
                          and give presentations in English on various aspects of traditional
                          and contemporary Korean culture and society.




3 Tue15:00~16:15          교육의 경제적 가치에 대해 공부한다. 교육의 국가, 사회의
  Thu16:30~17:45(영451)    경제발전에 대한 기여, 개인의 경제생활에 대한 교육의 역할 등에
                          대해 탐색한다.




3 Mon09:00~10:15       This course introduces students to key concepts and debates in
  Wed10:30~11:45(영334) education studies. Through a series of introductory readings,
                       students broaden their undrestanding of curriculum pedagogy, and
                       research.
2 Tue11:00~12:50(학106)     The purpose of this course is to review historical backgrounds and
                           philosophical thoughts that have influenced the development of
                           contemporary early childhood education. Students will examine
                           the various concepts and applications within the field and discover
                           theorists within the field of Early Childhood Education.




3 Mon09:00~10:15       This undergraduate course is designed to prepare the early
  Wed10:30~11:45(영451) childhood educator to meet the physical needs of young children
                       through preparation of a safe environment, planned routines, and
                       positive experiences in the areas of health, safety, and nutrition.
                       We will focus on the physical needs of children and explore
                       strategies to meet these needs.
3 Mon09:00~10:15       This course will focus on basic English composition. The course
  Wed10:30~11:45(영450) will cover a range of topics and writing goals for university
                       students. This is *not* a course in grammar, although grammar is
                       an essential element. Students may be asked to read English texts
                       and respond to them in writing, or to write in groups or with
                       partners. All texts that are written by students may be read by other
                       students in the class for the purpose of peer revision or
                       communication.




3 Tue12:00~13:15           This course will focus on developing students' academic English
  Fri13:30~14:45(영456)     reading skills. Students will read about a number of research
                           reports and identify key features of each research study. Students
                           will practice reading strategies and work to expand their
                           vocabularies.




3 Wed13:30~14:45         This course is designed to introduce key concepts in teaching
  Fri09:00~10:15(영422-3) second language reading and writing and to improve teaching
                         techniques. Students are expected to understand the theoretical
                         principles underlying modern teaching of reading and writing, and
                         to apply them to actual classroom teaching.




3 Tue10:30~11:45           In this class, we will focus on speaking strategies including
  Thu09:00~10:15(스503)     vocabulary and grammar that will help you to become
                           accomplished speakers of English.
3 Tue10:30~11:45         This course is a continuation of course 17602-XX, Elementary
  Thu09:00~10:15(스507)   English Conversation (1) which is offered during the Spring
                         semester. The course relies on an approach to speaking that
                         produces coherent, meaningful communications while using
                         grammatically simple sentences. Emphasis is on organized
                         communication far more than just the grammatical aspects of
                         speaking. Vocabulary appropriate for a broad range of topics and
                         situations will be introduced on a weekly basis.




3 Tue10:30~11:45         This course aims to help students develop basic English
  Thu09:00~10:15(스508)   communication skills, and it also attempts to help them attain the
                         necessary skills to execute speech acts that are basic to everyday
                         conversation.
3 Wed15:00~16:15         The Basic Writing class focuses on academic writing for students
  Fri16:30~17:45(스208)   in their freshman year of university. In this class we will cover skills
                         such of sentence construction and grammar. We will also cover a
                         variety of purposes for writing, such as description, exposition and
                         narration. We will also discuss paragraph construction. Please
                         note that this is not a grammar class. It is assumed that students
                         who take this class begin with the ability to write English sentences.




3 Wed15:00~16:15         In this class, we will go over and study how a proper academic
  Fri16:30~17:45(스503)   paragraph is formatted and begin to study different paragraph
                         styles.


3 Wed15:00~16:15         This course is based upon an approach to writing English that
  Fri16:30~17:45(스507)   focuses on producing coherent, simple, meaningful sentences and
                         paragraphs for effective communication. Emphasis is on writing
                         short, clear, and simple sentences that convey the message of the
                         writer. A complete review of basic grammar and the parts of
                         speech is provided. In addition, particular attention is made to
                         understanding how to correctly use articles (a, an, and the) in
                         sentences.
3 Tue18:50~20:25         This course is a continuation of course 17602-XX, Elementary
  Thu18:50~19:35(영455)   English Conversation (1) which is offered during the Spring
                         semester. The course relies on an approach to speaking that
                         produces coherent, meaningful communications while using
                         grammatically simple sentences. Emphasis is on organized
                         communication far more than just the grammatical aspects of
                         speaking. Vocabulary appropriate for a broad range of topics and
                         situations will be introduced on a weekly basis.




3 Tue09:00~10:15         This course will look at activities for pair/small group conversation
  Thu10:30~11:45(스301)   practice. It is designed for use with Pre-Intermediate to
                         Intermediate level students (and Beginners). The activities (10
                         activities) are student centered, easy and fun.




3 Tue13:30~14:45         This course will look at activities for pair/small group conversation
  Fri12:00~13:15(스501)   practice. It is designed for use with Pre-Intermediate to
                         Intermediate level students (and Beginners). The activities (10
                         activities) are student centered, easy and fun.




3 Mon16:30~17:45         This course is Upper Intermediate and is designed to improve the
  Thu15:00~16:15(스501)   conversational abilities of the student. We will look at
                         TOEFL/TOEIC Topic Based conversation material (10 Topics). We
                         will also employ Discussion and Debate Expressions and
                         Techniques throughout the course. Students will focus on
                         TOEFL/TOEIC vocabulary, pronunciation and listening.
3 Tue16:30~17:45         This course is Upper Intermediate and is designed to improve the
  Fri15:00~16:15(스501)   conversational abilities of the student. We will look at
                         TOEFL/TOEIC Topic Based conversation material (10 Topics). We
                         will also employ Discussion and Debate Expressions and
                         Techniques throughout the course. Students will focus on
                         TOEFL/TOEIC vocabulary, pronunciation and listening.




3 Tue15:00~16:15         This subject will be taught tin English(영어강의입니다).
  Thu16:30~17:45(사301)   Why many countries engage in international trade? How the trade
                         pattern be determined? And what is gains from trade? The study of
                         International Trade Theory facilitate the understanding of these
                         questions. This subject introduces to students the factors for which
                         international trade takes place and related trade models that
                         students must be aware of.
                         The models that are to be covered in this subject include the
                         Ricardian model, the Hecksher-Ohlin model, and related models of
                         new trade theories with economies of scale and imperfect
                         competition. Also covered are the economics of price
                         discrimination between markets (price dumping) which is one of
                         major source of international trade conflicts. This subject avoids
                         dealing with international trade policy issues, since these will be
                         taught in the class of International Trade Policy.
3 Wed12:00~13:15           본 과목은 학생들이 일상생활에서 흔히 접하게 되는 통계를
  Fri10:30~11:45(사407)     이해하고 적절히 분석하여 의사결정의 도구로 삼을 수 있도록 하는
                           기초적인 통계 분석의 틀을 제공하고자 한다.
                           이를 위해 기초적인 통계에 대한 개념과 자료를 정리 요약하는 방법,

                           확률 분포 (이산 및 연속)를 사용한 추정 및 가설 검정과
                           분산분석 및 독립성 검증, 단순회귀분석 등을 실시함
                           본 과목에서는 통계의 이론적인 특성보다 실용생활에서의 응용성에
                           많은 주안점을 두기로 하며 특히, 학생들이 쉽게 접할 수 있는
                           엑셀을 사용하여 강의를 진행하도록 함
                           강의는 사회관 407호 pc실에서 진행합니다.




3 Mon16:30~17:45           International Economics consists of two main parts: International
  Thu15:00~16:15(사431)     Trade and International Finance. This class titled as "Theory and
                           Practice on Foreign Exchange Markets" focuses on foreign
                           exchange markets and relevant policies in the field of International
                           Finance. Thus, you may understand "Foreign Exchange" is a part
                           of International Finance. In specific, this class covers exchange
                           rates mechanism in the foreign exchange market as well as the
                           relevant policies for foreign exchange markets.




3 Mon15:00~16:15       After a detailed study of basic principles of contract law found in
  Wed16:30~17:45(사167) the common law countries (e.g. U.S. law and English law) dealing
                       with such topics as formation and enforceability, parties
                       rights/obligations, and remedies for breach, the course will then
                       address contract law issues arising in international transactions
                       with a primary emphasis on sales contracts. International norms
                       governing the trade in goods including the United Nations
                       Convention on Contracts for the International Sales of Goods
                       (CISG) are discussed.
3 Mon12:00~13:15         This course will survey various aspects of the legal and regulatory
  Thu13:30~14:45(사431)   environment of a business. During the second semester, Select
                         topics would include , but not limited to, the following: Business
                         Torts and Intentional Torts, Negligence, Strict Liability, Consumer
                         Protection Laws, business-related Crimes, basics in the Sales
                         Contracts, and Warranties.
                         This course is divided into two classes (course number 29302-01)
                         and(course number 29302-02). The same materials will be taught
                         in each class and therefore students can choose a class that
                         comfortably fits their lecture schedule.




3 Tue09:00~10:15         This course will survey various aspects of the legal and regulatory
  Thu10:30~11:45(사425)   environment of a business. During the second semester, Select
                         topics would include , but not limited to, the following: Business
                         Torts and Intentional Torts, Negligence, Strict Liability, Consumer
                         Protection Laws, business-related Crimes, basics in the Sales
                         Contracts, and Warranties.
                         This course is divided into two classes (course number 29302-01)
                         and(course number 29302-02). The same materials will be taught
                         in each class and therefore students can choose a class that
                         comfortably fits their lecture schedule.




2 Tue12:00~13:50(사448)   This course gives a chance to develop presentation and interview
                         skills in English for students, which are required as e-trade
                         specialists in global economy. Especially, appropriate preparation
                         of presentation materials, considerations required for each stage of
                         English presentation, and effective as well as impressive
                         presentation skills for information delivery are covered in the class.
                         In addition, students will learn how to prepare for self-introduction
                         and job interviews in English and experience mock interviews. All
                         the classes are delivered in plain English to improve basic listening
                         skills and conversational English for students.
3 Tue12:00~13:15         This course is an introduction to the process, the tools, and the
  Fri13:30~14:45(의115)   techniques of operations management. It is designed to provide
                         students with an understanding of 1) the foundations of the
                         operations function in manufacturing and services, and 2) the
                         interaction of business units across functions and interaction of
                         organizations across the supply chain.
3 Wed12:00~13:15          This course is designed to study competition from the perspective
  Fri10:30~11:45(의B06)    of top management, focusing particularly on the sources of
                          competitive advantage and the interaction between industry
                          structure and organizational capabilities.




3 Mon15:00~16:15       This course is aimed to provide Foreign and domestic students
  Wed16:30~17:45(의114) with understanding of Principles of Marketing and Global Business
                       environments,such as politics, economy, social aspects of
                       customers, and cultural backgrounds of people, so that students
                       would be able to establish a powerful marketing strategies for a
                       different environmental settings-focusing on Global Perspective.
3 Mon15:00~16:15       This course, as one of courses offered to achieve the educational
  Wed16:30~17:45(의307) vision of the College of Business Administration which is
                       "becoming a top 10 Korean business school by 2010" and the
                       educational mission whdich is "cultivating management specialists
                       who embody the concept of glocalization, provides the basic
                       knowledge about the management of corporate human resources.
                       More specifically, students will learn the concepts, theories, and
                       cases regarding the strategic planning, selection, maintenance,
                       development, appraisal, and compensation of human resources.
                       * Prerequiste course: Understanding Management
                       * Advanced courses: Organizational Behavior, Organization Theory
                       and Design




3 Tue09:00~10:15          This course covers mathematical areas such as functions & linear
  Thu10:30~11:45(의307)    models, systems of linear equations & matrices, linear
                          programming, sets & counting, probability, and random variables &
                          statistics.
3 Tue16:30~17:45         The course provides an introduction to the concepts, purposes,
  Fri15:00~16:15(의402)   problems, methodology, and terminology of managerial
                         accounting. It demonstrates accounting’s role in providing
                         information for decision making and planning, assisting managers
                         in the activities of the enterprise, and motivating managers and
                         employees towards organizational goals. Basic accounting
                         concepts and principles for a manufacturing company are
                         introduced with a concentrated emphasis on product costing,
                         budget preparations, and management decision making.

                         PLEASE NOTE: LECTURES/ASSIGNMENTS/ASSESSMENTS
                         are 100% in ENGLISH. The ability to function (Read, Write, Speak
                         & Listen) in ENGLISH is REQUIRED. There will be NO
                         TRANSLATIONS by the Professor at anytime or by students
                         DURING CLASS TIME.
3 Mon13:30~14:45         Students become familiar with the environment of accounting and
  Thu12:00~13:15(의315)   basic accounting theory. Basic accounting concepts and principles
                         for a service and/or merchandising company are introduced with a
                         concentrated emphasis on the accounting cycle and the
                         preparation of financial statements. The course is designed to
                         teach the concepts and procedures underlying the measurement
                         and reporting of financial information. Students learn how to
                         analyze and interpret financial statements and learn how to
                         analyze and record business transactions that are the basic input
                         into the accounting system.

                         PLEASE NOTE: LECTURES/ASSIGNMENTS/ASSESSMENTS
                         are 100% in ENGLISH. The ability to function (Read, Write, Speak
                         & Listen) in ENGLISH is REQUIRED. There will be NO
                         TRANSLATIONS by the Professor at anytime or by students
                         DURING CLASS TIME.
3 Tue12:00~13:15         The course provides an introduction to the concepts, purposes,
  Fri13:30~14:45(의315)   problems, methodology, and terminology of managerial
                         accounting. It demonstrates accounting’s role in providing
                         information for decision making and planning, assisting managers
                         in the activities of the enterprise, and motivating managers and
                         employees towards organizational goals. Basic accounting
                         concepts and principles for a manufacturing company are
                         introduced with a concentrated emphasis on product costing,
                         budget preparations, and management decision making.

                         PLEASE NOTE: LECTURES/ASSIGNMENTS/ASSESSMENTS
                         are 100% in ENGLISH. The ability to function (Read, Write, Speak
                         & Listen) in ENGLISH is REQUIRED. There will be NO
                         TRANSLATIONS by the Professor at anytime or by students
                         DURING CLASS TIME.
3 Mon15:00~16:15       The course provides an introduction to the concepts, purposes,
  Wed16:30~17:45(의402) problems, and terminology related to financial reporting and
                       financial analysis. It demonstrates the importance of accuracy in
                       financial reporting and the implications of financial decision making
                       by external users of financial statements. Basic financial reporting
                       standards and methodologies are introduced, as well as, basic
                       financial analysis techniques.

                           PLEASE NOTE: LECTURES/ASSIGNMENTS/ASSESSMENTS
                           are 100% in ENGLISH. The ability to function (Read, Write, Speak
                           & Listen) in ENGLISH is REQUIRED. There will be NO
                           TRANSLATIONS by the Professor at anytime or by students
                           DURING CLASS TIME.
3 Tue18:00~19:35         Students become familiar with the environment of accounting and
  Thu18:50~19:35(의316)   basic accounting theory. Basic accounting concepts and principles
                         for a service and/or merchandising company are introduced with a
                         concentrated emphasis on the accounting cycle and the
                         preparation of financial statements. The course is designed to
                         teach the concepts and procedures underlying the measurement
                         and reporting of financial information. Students learn how to
                         analyze and interpret financial statements and learn how to
                         analyze and record business transactions that are the basic input
                         into the accounting system.

                         PLEASE NOTE: LECTURES/ASSIGNMENTS/ASSESSMENTS
                         are 100% in ENGLISH. The ability to function (Read, Write, Speak
                         & Listen) in ENGLISH is REQUIRED. There will be NO
                         TRANSLATIONS by the Professor at anytime or by students
                         DURING CLASS TIME.
3 Wed19:40~20:25         The course provides an introduction to the concepts, purposes,
  Fri18:00~19:35(의402)   problems, methodology, and terminology of managerial
                         accounting. It demonstrates accounting’s role in providing
                         information for decision making and planning, assisting managers
                         in the activities of the enterprise, and motivating managers and
                         employees towards organizational goals. Basic accounting
                         concepts and principles for a manufacturing company are
                         introduced with a concentrated emphasis on product costing,
                         budget preparations, and management decision making.

                         PLEASE NOTE: LECTURES/ASSIGNMENTS/ASSESSMENTS
                         are 100% in ENGLISH. The ability to function (Read, Write, Speak
                         & Listen) in ENGLISH is REQUIRED. There will be NO
                         TRANSLATIONS by the Professor at anytime or by students
                         DURING CLASS TIME.
3 Mon19:40~20:25       The course provides an introduction to the concepts, purposes,
  Wed20:30~22:05(의402) problems, and terminology related to financial reporting and
                       financial analysis. It demonstrates the importance of accuracy in
                       financial reporting and the implications of financial decision making
                       by external users of financial statements. Basic financial reporting
                       standards and methodologies are introduced, as well as, basic
                       financial analysis techniques.

                           PLEASE NOTE: LECTURES/ASSIGNMENTS/ASSESSMENTS
                           are 100% in ENGLISH. The ability to function (Read, Write, Speak
                           & Listen) in ENGLISH is REQUIRED. There will be NO
                           TRANSLATIONS by the Professor at anytime or by students
                           DURING CLASS TIME.




3 Mon16:30~17:45
  Thu15:00~16:15(의101)
3 Tue16:30~17:45
  Fri15:00~16:15(의101)
3 Mon18:00~19:35
  Thu18:00~18:45(의B01)
3 Tue12:00~13:15         비전: 2020년 국내 10대 경영대학으로 도약
  Fri13:30~14:45(의214)   미션: 세방화에 부응하는 윤리적 전문경영인의 양성

                         This course is designed to provide basic concepts and theories
                         regarding the roles of information in business activities. Students
                         will learn how to apply the information management to the real
                         business transactions by analyzing, designing, and implementing a
                         small information systems for the business activities.




3 Tue10:30~11:45         This course provide a complete introduction to the world of
  Thu09:00~10:15(의300)   electronic business, with a balanced coverage of business and
                         technical topics. Students are introduced to both the theory and
                         practice of doing business over the Internet and the World Wide
                         Web.
3 Mon18:00~19:35         This course is designed to provide basic concepts and theories
  Thu18:00~18:45(의402)   regarding the roles of information in business activities. Students
                         will learn how to apply information management to real business
                         transactions by analyzing, designing, and implementing a small
                         information system for the business activities.
3 Tue18:00~19:35           The fast paced global competition and evolution of markets and
  Thu18:50~19:35(의214)     technology has intensified the importance of properly implementing
                           of information systems. Without the proper operation of information
                           and related systems, businesses cannot survive in the current
                           market. Therefore, it is very important to understand HOW to
                           create a proper system. This class will be covering the methods
                           invloved with analysing what is needed, and designing what has
                           been analyzed.




3 Mon20:30~22:05       This course provide a complete introduction to the world of
  Wed18:50~19:35(의300) electronic business, with a balanced coverage of business and
                       technical topics. Students are introduced to both the theory and
                       practice of doing business over the Internet and the World Wide
                       Web.
3 Tue10:30~11:45           Marketing has become a central theme in our life. People tend to
  Thu09:00~10:15(사325)     look at and analyze many things from a marketing perspective
                           even including finding a job. Students often believe they must
                           “market” themselves to a company when they apply for a job
                           opening. This course is designed to introduce students to the
                           unchanging fundamental principles of marketing along with an in-
                           depth and comprehensive investigation into current marketing
                           trends of visual content. 농부도 주부마저 마케팅을 알아야 하는
                           시대입니다. 취업도 마케팅 논리로 해석합니다. 마케팅 이론은
                           인생론과 흡사합니다. 영상/마케팅/인생론의 중요성을 한꺼번에
                           배우십시오. 최대한 쉽게 진행되는 영어 강의입니다.




3 Mon10:30~11:45       This course will help you develop a comprehensive understanding
  Wed09:00~10:15(사240) of the fundamental elements of broadcast news production
                       (reporting, filming, editing & directing). Television journalism is
                       different from newspaper or non-visual media which primarily
                       emphasize the writing. Students will produce one broadcast news
                       report allowing firsthand experience of the critical stages of news
                       production. This course is practical and best suited for serious
                       future broadcasters. In addition to talent, successful broadcasters
                       must also possess perseverance and commitment. If you believe
                       you have all of these, test yourself in this class! 방송뉴스제작
                       실무를 배웁니다. 방송이 신문과 다른 특징을 실감할 수 있습니다.
                       방송계로 나갈 학생에게 실질적인 도움이 됩니다. 무엇보다 끈기와
                       목표를 테스트하고 싶으면 수강하십시오. 영어 강의지만 기초 영어
                       실력만 있으면 수강가능합니다.
3 Mon09:00~10:15       In this course, students will analyze and experience the speeches
  Wed10:30~11:45(사325) of US President Obama. He is known as one of the best speakers
                       among all the US presidents. His speeches are short and powerful
                       and his speech delivery is firm and convincing. Furthermore, his
                       facial expression and attitude is confident as well as appealing.
                       Students can experience and learn many aspects of quality English
                       speech simultaneously. In addition, Hackers TOEIC vocabulary
                       will be used as a second textbook. By using two books, students
                       can prepare for the TOEIC test and develop interview skills. 영어
                       말하기의 달인으로 인정받는 오바마 미국 대통령의 연설문을
                       분석하여 짧고 힘있는 문장, 효과적인 말하기 요령을 공부합니다.
                       해커스 토익 보카를 부교재로 삼아 토익 시험에 대비하도록
                       했습니다. 영어 기본 실력만 있다면 충분히 완주할 수 있습니다.




3 Tue15:00~16:15
  Thu16:30~17:45(사240)
3 Tue10:30~11:45
  Thu09:00~10:15(사167)
3 Wed12:00~13:15
  Fri10:30~11:45(사167)

3 Tue15:00~16:15          To become a skilled and informed user of the Internet, it is
  Thu16:30~17:45(사346)    important to understand what the Internet is and how it works. This
                          course introduces an overview of the Internet with a focus on
                          internet technology. By studying the technology underlying the
                          Internet and examining various internet applications, students will
                          develop a knowledge base of the internet technology and gain
                          hands-on experience with common Internet applications.

                          인터넷을 숙련되고 유용하게 쓸수있는 사용자가되기 위해서는,
                          인터넷이 무엇이며 어떻게 작동하는지 이해하는 것이 중요하다. 본
                          과정은 인터넷 테크놀러지에 중점을두고, 인터넷의 기본 연구 및
                          다양한 인터넷 어플리케이션을 검토한다. 인터넷 어플리케이션을
                          검토함으로써 인터넷의 개요를 소개하고, 인터넷 테크놀러지의
                          지식 기반을 개발하며 일반적인 인터넷 응용 프로그램들의
                          실질적인 경험을 획득한다.

                          Course Website - http://kiyang.kmu.ac.kr/teaching/IT/
3 Tue13:30~14:45         Common Gateway Interface (CGI) is one of the most popular
  Fri12:00~13:15(사346)   mechanism for creating dynamic and interactive Web content. Perl
                         is a programming language that is not only well suited for CGI
                         tasks but also relatively easy to learn. For anyone with a need to
                         create Web contents, and especially for an information technology
                         professional, Perl/CGI skill can be an indispensable tool in his or
                         her daily tasks.

                         CGI는 역동적이고 상호적인 웹 콘텐츠를 만들기위한 가장 공통적인
                         방법중 하나이다. Perl은 CGI에 매우 적합하면서도 상대적으로 쉽게
                         배울수있는 프로그래밍 언어이다. 웹 컨텐츠를 만드는 사람과,
                         그리고 특히 정보 기술 전문가 에게는, Perl/CGI 기술이 자신의 일상
                         업무에 필수적인 도구가 될 수 있다. 이 과정은 다양한 정보 처리의
                         능력을 가진 역동적이고 인터액티브한 웹 사이트를 만드는데
                         필요한 기본 기술을 소개하며, HTML양식에서 사용자 입력을
                         처리하는 CGI와 펄 프로그래밍의 기초를 익힌다.

                         Course Website - http://kiyang.kmu.ac.kr/teaching/WP/

3 Wed13:30~14:45         Social welfare as an applied science, needs data analysis skills
  Fri09:00~10:15(사351)   and knowledge in order to enhance its scientific characteristics in
                         research and practice. This course focuses on quantitative data
                         analysis, introducing students to basic knowledge and general
                         process of data analysis. Students will learn how to use SPSS (a
                         statistical computer program) and how to run basic statistical tests
                         for social welfare data analysis.
3 Mon10:30~11:45       This class is a general "discussion skills" class, based on topics in
  Wed09:00~10:15(사429) the field of public service. You will talk everyday, based on
                       information YOU collect before class, on the topic that has been
                       decided by students. Midterm test on principles/guidelines, No final
                       test, daily classroom evaluation.




3 Tue13:30~14:45            Readings in our subject area (Public Administration and Public
  Fri12:00~13:15(사319)      Service) are of course important, many of these were written in
                            English. We will consider these based on the time and orientation
                            of the writer. We can call this part of the course "a traditional
                            course in PA readings."

                       This class will also focus on TOEIC/TOEFL style reading issues
                       (also similar in PELTplus, IELTS, etc).
                       Reading for comprehension in a short timeframe with specific
                       questions in mind.
                       This kind of reading is also useful at the job, when a lot of materials
                       are given but only a short time is available.
3 Mon20:30~22:05       This class is a general "discussion skills" class, based on topics in
  Wed18:50~19:35(사240) the field of public service. You will talk everyday, based on
                       information YOU collect before class, on the topic that has been
                       decided by students. Midterm test on principles/guidelines, No final
                       test, daily classroom evaluation.
3 Tue09:00~10:15         East Asian Civilization Part II provides a basic introduction to the
  Thu10:30~11:45(사429)   societies and cultures of East Asia, primarily comprised of China,
                         Korea, Japan, and areas influenced by China (Mongolia, Chinese
                         Turkestan, and Manchuria).
                         동아시아의 문명 2부는 동아시아에 있는 사회와 문화들을
                         학생들에게 소개합니다.
                         주로, 중국, 한국, 일본과 중국에 영향을 받는 몽고, 중국
                         Turkestan과 만주와 같은 지역들로 구성 되어있습니다.

                         East Asian Civilization Part II explores the rise and fall of China’s
                         greatest empires, from the Han to Qing Dynasties and examines
                         the spread and influence of Buddhism in East Asia.
                         동아시아 문명 2부는 한 왕조에서 청왕조 까지의 중국의 가장
                         위대한 제국의 상승과 몰락을 탐구하고 동아시아에서 불교의
                         확산과 영향력을 살펴볼 것 입니다.
3 Mon15:00~16:15       Some scholars see East Asia region as the next frontier for
  Wed16:30~17:45(사431) economic development and cooperation while others see a
                       dangerous military rivalry. This course will provide students with a
                       strong foundation for understanding the region. We will explore the
                       interactions among culture, economics, and politics in East Asia
                       Pacific and explore recent developments within the region.




3 Tue12:00~13:15
  Fri13:30~14:45(쉐107)



3 Tue13:30~14:45
  Fri12:00~13:15(쉐414)


3 Wed13:30~14:45
  Fri09:00~10:15(쉐106)

2 Tue10:30~12:20(쉐303)

3 Wed15:00~16:15
  Fri16:30~17:45(쉐407)

3 Mon18:00~19:35
  Thu18:00~18:45(사325)
3 Wed19:40~20:25
  Fri18:00~19:35(사319)
3 Mon16:30~17:45           White collar crime is an increasingly important area of the law that
  Thu15:00~16:15(쉐407)     primarily deals with crimes committed by corporations, and
                           powerful or weathly people including professionals, corporate
                           officers, and politicians. This couse surveys contemporary efforts
                           in the United States, European Union and Korea to address the
                           recurring problems of public corruption, bribery and extortion,
                           money-laundering, fraud, insider-trading, anti-competitive business
                           practices and harms to consumers, workers and the environment




3 Tue15:00~16:15           This exciting course provides a detailed overview of international
  Thu16:30~17:45(쉐407)     criminal law.

                           By studying the history of prosecutions for international crimes that
                           have arisen in national courts and international tribunals (such as
                           Nuremberg, ICTY, ICTR, and the ICC), students will gain a
                           fundamental understanding of the institutions, legal principles, and
                           substantive crimes that form the basis of international criminal law,
                           including war crimes, crimes against humanity, genocide, torture
                           and terrorism. With that foundation, we will then critically assess
                           the successes and failures of supranational criminal law, by
                           examining the crime of aggression, the law of command
                           responsibility, the principle of legality, the law of immunity and the
                           use of amnesty.

                           We will then focus on national responses to international crime,
                           focusing on extraterritorial and universal jurisdiction, mutual legal
                           assistance and cooperation between states.


3 Mon15:00~16:15       This thought-provoking course provides an introduction to the
  Wed16:30~17:45(쉐407) theory and practice of preventing crime.

                           From legal, criminological, and sociological perspectives, we will
                           analyze the chief causes of crime and the fear of crime. Using
                           empirical studies and real-world examples from Korea and the
                           West, we will evaluate contemporary approaches to the prevention
                           of crime, including Crime Prevention through Environmental
                           Design (CPTED), Community Crime Prevention,
                           Developmental/Social Crime Prevention and Situational Crime
                           Prevention. Among other things, our discourse will examine the
                           role of the mass media, drugs, and sentencing policy in preventing
                           crime.
3 Tue10:30~11:45         This course deals with basic topics of writing style and
  Thu09:00~10:15(백325)   oral presentation of mathematics in English.




3 Tue12:00~13:15
  Fri13:30~14:45(백212)

3 Mon09:00~10:15
  Wed10:30~11:45(백212)

3 Tue09:00~10:15         Biochemistry (2) is the second semester of the undergraduate
  Thu10:30~11:45(백424)   series, which provides students with an introduction to
                         biochemistry at the advanced undergraduate level. Biochemistry
                         (2) introduces basic biochemistry concepts including protein
                         synthesis, nucleic acid biotechnology technique, carbohydrates,
                         glycolysis and carbohydrate and lipid metabolism.




2 Tue14:00~17:50(백253)   Experimental Organic chemistry class is all about the learning of
                         different techniques comes in the way of synthesis of desired and
                         pure organic compounds. It gives the knowledge about synthesis,
                         purification and the analysis of the organic compound by using
                         different techniques.
2 Fri09:00~12:50(백253)   Experimental Organic chemistry class is all about the learning of
                         different techniques comes in the way of synthesis of desired and
                         pure organic compounds. It gives the knowledge about synthesis,
                         purification and the analysis of the organic compound by using
                         different techniques.
3 Tue10:30~11:45         Selection of topics including advanced topics in Organic, Inorganic,
  Thu09:00~10:15(백301)   Physical or Biological Chemistry covering topical & advanced
                         areas of material (eg. organic synthesis, structure determination,
                         advanced instrumental methods, advanced physical chemistry,
                         pharmaceutical chemistry, bioorganic & bioinorganic chemistry,
                         polymer chemistry, materials chemistry, advanced inorganic
                         chemistry).
3 Mon13:30~14:45          Used principally in biological experiments, introduction to the
  Thu12:00~13:15(백103)    various kinds of radiation that causes a chemical reaction. The
                          biological experiments using these methods will also be discussed
                          as a whole, from the structure of atoms, energy flow, the
                          generation of radiation, the radiation used in cancer therapy will be
                          discussed a wide variety of information.




3 Mon12:00~13:15          Life of plants, reasoning that how they use the light energy to make
  Thu13:30~14:45(백225)    chemical energy to produce polymeric materials from the
                          environment
                          Water, inorganic salts, gaseous molecules, and are absorbed into
                          cells. Then through a series of chemical reactions synthesis of
                          biopolymers take place.

                          Differentiation of tissues and organs of plants used in the life cycle
                          of plants.
3 Tue13:30~14:45          This course is designed to educate on different plant breeding
  Fri12:00~13:15(백103)    systems for improving production and making disease resistant
                          plants. T




3 Tue12:00~13:15
  Fri13:30~14:45(백360)
3 Wed15:00~16:15
  Fri16:30~17:45(백360)
3 Tue10:30~13:20
  Thu10:30~13:20(공2322)

3 Tue15:00~16:15
  Thu16:30~17:45(공2306)

3 Tue09:00~10:50
  Thu09:00~10:50(공2402)
3 Mon16:00~17:50
  Thu16:00~17:50(공2402)

3 Thu13:00~18:45(미지정)


3 Wed13:30~14:45
  Fri09:00~10:15(공4518)

3 Wed14:00~15:50(공4002 This class will study about automated porduction lines. Topics
  )11:00~12:50(공4316)  related to automation equipment, layouts, line balancing and
                       technologies related to automation will be discussed. During the
                       laboratory period, switches, relays and varous types of sensors will
                       be used to demonstrate their usage in sequence control. A group
                       project will be assigned to design a automation sequence using
                       various electronic parts.




3 Wed11:00~12:50(공4316 This class will study about automated porduction lines. Topics
  ) Fri09:00~10:50(공4002) related to automation equipment, layouts, line balancing and
                          technologies related to automation will be discussed. During the
                          laboratory period, switches, relays and varous types of sensors will
                          be used to demonstrate their usage in sequence control. A group
                          project will be assigned to design a automation sequence using
                          various electronic parts.




3 Wed11:00~12:50(공4316 This class will study about automated porduction lines. Topics
  ) Fri11:00~12:50(공4002) related to automation equipment, layouts, line balancing and
                          technologies related to automation will be discussed. During the
                          laboratory period, switches, relays and varous types of sensors will
                          be used to demonstrate their usage in sequence control. A group
                          project will be assigned to design a automation sequence using
                          various electronic parts.




3 Tue10:30~11:45
  Thu09:00~10:15(공4518)
3 Tue09:00~10:15        This course is intended to introduce students to the major concepts
  Thu10:30~11:45(공3017) in organic chemistry
                        through lectures and to prepare students for the upper level
                        chemistry classes they will
                        face in the coming semesters, their research, and the organic
                        requirements for industries.




3 Tue13:30~14:45           This course offers trainings in basic english language skills for
  Fri12:00~13:15(공3306)    students. Deals with the basic concepts of energy engineering



3 Wed12:00~13:15           This course offers trainings in basic english language skills for
  Fri10:30~11:45(공3306)    students. Deals with the basic concepts of applied chemistry,
                           nanostructured engineering and engineering methods
3 Tue16:00~17:15         This course deals with the study and application of theory and
  Thu16:30~17:45(N401)   principles of Pediatric Nursing Care Management. It focuses on
                         understanding the disease and treatment process with emphasis
                         on nursing care management of high risk, sick children and their
                         families with ethical, cultural and developmental considerations.
2 Wed13:00~14:50(N212)   This course will deal on the application of theories and principles of
                         communication related to nursing profession. The course will focus
                         on enhancement of communication and assetiveness skills given
                         various relevant nursing situations. It highlights the skills
                         enhancement with emphasis on ethical, cultural and developmental
                         considerations in dealing with clients/individuals. The course
                         focuses on the improvement of reading, writing, listening and
                         speaking abilities of the students through simulated situations in
                         various health care setting.




2 Fri09:00~10:45(N212)   This subject discusses modern leaderships, management theories,
                         and styles. This subject also discusses nursing unit management
                         to improve the ability to perform the roles and funtions of unit
                         managers
2 Wed18:00~19:35(N413)     This course will deal on the application of theories and principles of
                           communication related to nursing profession. The course will focus
                           on enhancement of communication and assertiveness skills given
                           various relevant nursing situations. It highlights the skills
                           enhancement with emphasis on ethical, cultural and developmental
                           considerations in dealing with clients/individuals. The course
                           focuses on the improvement of reading, writing, listening and
                           speaking abilities of the students through simulated situations in
                           various health care setting.




3 Thu14:00~17:50(대쉐207
  )                     Through comprehend trend and market, develop and produce of
                       commercial textile design. Train how to develop designs that have
                       artistry, popularity and suitability for progress by connecting to
                       textiles for fashion industry with the practical design.
3 Wed09:00~12:50(문405)
                           Research, design development and presentation for a specific
                          design overhaul with particular emphasis on the use of textile for
                          fashion within briefed projects. Reinterprets the various textile
                          ideas strong enough to develop artistic and practical designs
                          using various skills within follow market identity.




3 Tue14:00~17:50(문405)
                           Research, design development and presentation for a specific
                          design overhaul with particular emphasis on the use of textile for
                          fashion within briefed projects. Reinterprets the various textile
                          ideas strong enough to develop artistic and practical designs
                          using various skills within follow market identity.




3 Wed09:00~12:50(대쉐20 취업을 위한 학생들이 실무를 전제로 테마의 이해와 그에 따른
  7)                  상품디자인을 전개할수있도록 하며 시각적으로 효과적인
                      포트폴리오 제작에 필요한 창의성을 키워준다.



3 Fri09:00~12:50(대쉐303)
                          comprehend of investigating and analyzing of textile products in
                          has productivity, marketability and economical efficiency. students
                          has experiences the process of product planning, manufacturing
                          and sales to equip themselves with the ability of new designers that
                          are required in the industrialized society.
3 Mon09:00~10:15       This course will explore society’s dominant ways of consumption &
  Wed10:30~11:45(사431) daily consumption practices in order to learn how patterns of
                       consumption work, and consider the consequences of such
                       culture. The course will focus on theories and issues of
                       consumption culture also examine social conditions and interaction
                       between consumption and mass culture by understanding modern
                       and post modern society.




3 Mon15:00~16:15       This course designed to explore concepts, values, needs, and
  Wed16:30~17:45(사259- satisfaction related with housing how this is connected to family’s
  2)                   life style and well being. Students will be introduced to the
                       complexity of housing, process of acquiring a home, principles of
                       housing finances, Korean housing policies and their impact on
                       families.




3 Wed12:00~13:50           This course will introduce the use of computer software and
  Fri10:00~11:50(사257)     programs to for analyzing qualitative and quantitative data. Student
                           will learn how to analyze data and create reports using Microsoft
                           Office Excel and SPSS for Windows. The course will emphasize
                           managing of Excel spreadsheet, data analysis and performing
                           descriptive statistical analysis
3 Tue12:00~13:15          This course will explore social, cultural and market factors that
  Fri13:30~14:45(사240)    influences consumer behaviour (selection and usage of products
                          and services). Student will learn more about consumers’
                          decision?making process. Students will be introduced to the
                          diversity of consumers in different nations and compare their
                          cultural orientations in relation to buying and how it affects the
                          industry in terms of marketing and social issues from local to
                          global. The course will examine global markets segments and how
                          to reach, their understanding of the consumer buying process, as
                          well as psychological and sociological variables that influence and
                          motivate consumers.




2 Mon11:00~12:50(음B108) This class is for sophomore voice department students.

                          The purpose of this course is to study of sound, structures and
                          stress patterns of English songs and poetry to based on the
                          IPA(International Phonetic Alphabet).
                          Also this class is training to distinguish by the diferrence between
                          colloquial pronunciation and singing so that students can improve
                          the ability of correct dictions of English songs.




3 Tue15:00~16:15          This Course, offered to art majors with beginner level English, is
  Thu16:30~17:45(윌501)    designed to strengthen students' English language ability to
                          enhance professional development in the international art context.
                          The students will develop a vocabulary for aesthetic inquiry; learn
                          to verbalize the art process; ask aesthetic and critical questions of
                          artworks; and strengthen skills to speak and write in a
                          communicative manner. Instructions will be based upon slide
                          lectures, reading assignments, in-class activities, and a possible
                          museum visit. Special lectures involving "foreign" (English-
                          speaking) artists may be scheduled. 미술전공자를 위한 영어
                          초보단계 수업으로 미술에 있어서 가장 기본적인 단어들 및
                          영어에서 자주 사용되는 주요 구문들을 반복학습 합니다. 점점
                          국제화 되어가는 사회 속에서 미술에 대해 영어로 말하고 의견을
                          나누는 일에 보다 자연스럽고 익숙해짐을 그 목표로 합니다.
3 Thu14:00~17:50(윌403)      This class will explore the fiber, color and structure of fabrics
                            through the process of crochet.




3 Wed14:00~17:50(윌403) This class will explore the fiber, color and structure of fabrics
                       through the process of crochet.




3 Mon14:00~17:50(윌303)      Design for Craft will teach students how to use a design process to
                            create inspired and meaningful work. We will study craft as an
                            intersection of history, design, materials, and fine art. Students will
                            work in groups to create a collection of craft products that are
                            carefully designed and take influence from history, design,
                            materials and fine art.
3 Tue09:00~12:50(윌303)     Design for Craft will teach students how to use a design process to
                           create inspired and meaningful work. We will study craft as an
                           intersection of history, design, materials, and fine art. Students will
                           work in groups to create a collection of craft products that are
                           carefully designed and take influence from history, design,
                           materials and fine art.




3 Fri09:00~12:50(WedB200 Students will explore advanced technical controls of wet process
  )                      black and white photographic materials and processes. Areas
                         covered include exposure and development control of negatives
                         through the application of the Zone System, Ring Around Test,
                         Parametric Testing of film/developer combinations and exercises
                         and demonstrations designed to strengthen the expressive quality
                         of the student's printmaking aesthetic in the darkroom.
3 Tue14:00~17:50(WedB20 Students will explore advanced technical controls of wet process
  0)                    black and white photographic materials and processes. Areas
                        covered include exposure and development control of negatives
                        through the application of the Zone System, Ring Around Test,
                        Parametric Testing of film/developer combinations and exercises
                        and demonstrations designed to strengthen the expressive quality
                        of the student's printmaking aesthetic in the darkroom.




3 Tue09:00~12:50(미지정) This class will focus on the three-dimensional capabilities of the
                      Google Sketch-Up software program. The course will start very
                      basic, assuming no prior knowledge of Sketch-Up. Beginning
                      lessons will include drawing basic geometry and document setup.
                      As the course progresses we will learn advanced Sketch-Up
                      techniques which will include animation and rendering. The
                      student will ultimately learn how to produce a fully rendered, three
                      dimensional presentation document as well as how Sketch-Up can
                      be used as an efficient design tool with the ability to quickly explore
                      three-dimensional ideas.
3 Thu09:00~12:50(미지정) This class will focus on the three-dimensional capabilities of the
                      Google Sketch-Up software program. The course will start very
                      basic, assuming no prior knowledge of Sketch-Up. Beginning
                      lessons will include drawing basic geometry and document setup.
                      As the course progresses we will learn advanced Sketch-Up
                      techniques which will include animation and rendering. The
                      student will ultimately learn how to produce a fully rendered, three
                      dimensional presentation document as well as how Sketch-Up can
                      be used as an efficient design tool with the ability to quickly explore
                      three-dimensional ideas.
3 Thu14:00~19:35(미지정) Graduate Project Studio 2 (Design 5), in conjunction with Graduate
                      Project Studio 1 (Design 4), is the culmination of each students’
                      undergraduate design education. Design theory, along with ways
                      of thinking and methods of making which have been learned in the
                      students’ first three years are crystallized in this final graduation
                      project.

                           In Graduate Project Studio 2 (Design 5) students will have the
                           opportunity to finalize their designs that they began to develop in
                           the previous semester. The emphasis of this studio is on final
                           production of presentation materials: Models, drawings,
                           renderings, process work, final portfolio.
3 Mon14:00~17:50(문305)   A comprehensive studio of the necessary technical skills required
                         for making clothing in the fashion industry. This will include clothing
                         construction, elementary flat pattern drafting, design theory and
                         nomenclature (the language of design).
3 Wed09:00~12:50(문301) A comprehensive studio exploring the three dimensional form of
                       clothing, through the elements and principles of design, for the
                       creation of Artwear. Concept development, material explorations
                       and creative construction/deconstruction techniques will be utilized
                       to push the boundaries of garment design to develop sculptural
                       and other artistic outcomes using the body as a reference.
3 Thu14:00~17:50(문305)     A comprehensive studio of the necessary technical skills required
                           for making clothing in the fashion industry. This will include flat
                           pattern drafting, pattern manipulation, clothing construction, design
                           theory and nomenclature (the language of design).




3 Mon09:00~10:15       Fashion retailing is an English-based course, therefore, all
  Wed10:30~11:45(문202) communications during the class, including lecture, discussion, in-
                       class practice, task presentations, would be done in English.
                       Fashion retailing is provided to help students to build a knowledge
                       base related to fashion retailing.
3 Tue14:00~15:50(체107) Course Outline
  Wed14:00~15:50(체육관) 1.Comprehensive analysis of the Laws of Badminton
                       2.Recommendations to Technical Officials
                       3.How to use the score sheet
                       4.Singles Match Officiating
                       5.Doubles Match Officiating




3 Tue10:30~11:45         The purpose this course is to know the importance of recreation
  Thu09:00~10:15(체107)   and leisure is to contribute to the health and well being of
                         individuals and to enhance the quality of community life. As such,
                         the study of Recreation and Leisure is multidisciplinary, requiring
                         understanding of the social, behavioral, physical, and
                         environmental sciences as they pertain to helping people grow and
                         develop in their leisure while conserving our vital natural resources.
                         Knowledge of the arts and humanities is important as well,
                         because leisure and recreation is one of the most fertile
                         opportunities for self-expression and the development of
                         community and Country as a whole
3 Mon15:00~16:15       Basic information about taekwondo trainnig programs and how to
  Wed16:30~17:45(태105) optimize the athlete's performance.




3 Tue10:30~11:45            The students will be introduced to basic principles of conducting
  Thu09:00~10:15(태104)      scientific research.




3 Mon10:30~11:45       This course covers the study of postnatal growth, maturation, and
  Wed09:00~10:15(태105) physical activity, their interrelationship with cognitive and
                       psychosocial development and applications to taekwondo in
                       relation to health promotion as well as competitive performance.


3 Mon13:30~14:45            스포츠산업은 다른 산업에서의 경쟁보다 더욱 심화되고 있는 것이
  Thu12:00~13:15(체108)      사실이며 이러한 스포츠 관련 조직간의 승부는 효과적인 마케팅
                            활동으로 판가름 나는 것이 사실이다. 각종 국제적 스포츠 이벤트와
                            관련한 기업들의 홍보활동들이 보여주듯 스포츠 마케팅이라는
                            학문은 그 학문 스스로의 가치로나 활용도가 높아지고 있는 것이
                            사실이다. 스포츠 마케팅이란 학문은 북미에서 시작된 학문으로
                            주된 관련 용어 및 학문적 논리들이 원어로 구성되어 있다. 이
                            수업은 스포츠마케팅을 전공하는 학생들이 전공관련 영문용어 및
                            학문적 논리들의 이해를 돕는 것에 그 주 목적이 있다. 효과적인
                            교육 목적 달성을 위하여 강사는 다양한 마케팅 관련 영상 매체
                            (영문) 및 교육방식을 사용할 것이다.




3 Tue12:00~13:15         The Future of Game Development will give the students an
  Fri13:30~14:45(Wed407- understanding of past successes and failures in game
  1)                     development. It will give them a hands on approach to testing the
                         applications and limitations of current technology and a look into
                         the future of game development.
4 Mon14:00~15:50       Linear Algebra and Geometry is an introduction to vector geometry
  Wed14:00~15:50(비306) and linear trasformations
                       in two and three dimensional spaces. In a sense this course is a
                       driving force for the digital world,
                       e.g., games, visual entertainment, etc.




4 Mon09:00~10:50
  Wed09:00~10:50(비306)

3 Tue15:00~16:15
  Thu16:30~17:45(비308)


3

2

3 Tue12:00~13:15
  Thu14:00~15:15(비308)

3 Tue10:30~11:45
  Thu09:00~10:15(비305)
3 Wed12:00~13:15
  Fri10:30~11:45(비305)
3 Tue16:30~17:45
  Fri15:00~16:15(비304)


3 Mon09:00~10:15       This course will teach you the fundamentals of Classical
  Wed10:30~11:45(비304) Mechanics. We will cover the first 13 chapters of the textbook. This
                       provides with you an understanding of kinematics, Newton’s laws
                       of motion, conservations of energy/momentum, rotational
                       dynamics/static equilibrium, and gravitation, as well as
                       development of critical thinking and problem solving skills.




4 Mon11:00~12:50
  Thu11:00~12:50(비305)
3 Tue10:30~11:45         This course is intended to provide basic level computer graphics.
  Thu09:00~10:15(Wed407- The topics we will cover include the basic 3D graphics, geometrical
  1)                     processing, rendering and computer animation, The goal of this
                         course is to bring the advanced undergraduates up to the research
                         level and help them to be able to make serious computer graphics
                         applications. For the students who did not take Computer graphics
                         1, we will review some topics of the computer graphics 1 course in
                         the beginning of the semester. Computer graphics programming is
                         an essential part in this class. We will try to validate the core
                         computer graphics algorithms with program coding throughout the
                         course.


3 Mon13:30~14:45         We are going to develop a game by using Processing in this class.
  Thu12:00~13:15(Wed407- Processing is an open source programming language and
  1)                     environment for people who want to create images, animations,
                         and interactions. This language is simple and powerful enough to
                         make interactive games. In this class, we are going to go through
                         all steps for building interactive games including concept design,
                         coding, debugging and presentation. All works are team-based and
                         requires team members to cooperate and solve problems together.
                         In building games, all project groups should set milestones to
                         check up their progress and get feedbacks from other students. At
                         the end of semester, all projects should present their works


4 Tue14:00~15:50
  Thu14:00~15:50(비304)
1 Tue09:00~10:50(비308)

3 Mon15:00~16:15       This course introduces the iOS SDK, the tool used for
  Wed13:30~14:45(Wed40 programming devices such as the iPad, iPhone and the iPod.
  7-2)                 At the conclusion of the course, students will have experience
                       working with Xcode, the iOS Simulator, application optimization
                       and interface building, and will combine all of these to produce an
                       application for one of the above devices.

                           Topics include: Xcode; iOS Simulation; Performance Analysis; and
                           Interface Building.




3 Tue15:00~16:50       This course will teach the basics of 3D Animation in Maya
  Wed15:00~16:50(Wed40
  7-1)
2 Thu15:00~17:50(음326)     The purpose of the “Theatre Biomechanics” course is to apply the
                           principles of theatre biomechanics of actor’s movements invented
                           by Meyerhold.




2 Thu12:00~14:50(음B110) This subject is based on the system of eurhythmic education of E.-
                        J. Dalcrose, on the researches of Russian and foreign theatre
                        people in the area of plastic expressiveness of actors and
                        directors. Theatre eurhythmics elaborates actor’s psycho-
                        techniques, develops musicality and eurhythmy of an actor.
                        Eurhythmics helps resolve the following tasks: the ability to create
                        the atmosphere of a performance by the means of music, to build a
                        scenic tempo ? rhythm of both a performance and a role




2 Mon09:00~11:50(음326)     This course helps a student to develop his stage skills enabling
                           him to create bright plastic characters on stage, to transform a
                           simple movement into an expressive stage act. The Plastic Acting
                           develops a control of emotional sphere (creating and holding an
                           atmosphere in terms of Michael Chekhov). The main purposes of
                           the “Plastic Acting” course are lifting of tensions (inner liberation,
                           control of muscles of the face and body), musical and plastic
                           training and improvisation ? developing improvising feelings
                           through physical action.
2 Tue09:00~11:50(음501)   This is a digital piano course for Music Production majors studying
                         and practicing fundamental piano theory, concepts and applied
                         skills. Students will apply these techniques in performing various
                         genres of music such as jazz, pop, contemporary music and
                         contemporary christian music. This course is taught in English.

                         본 강좌는 영어강의로 진행되며 뮤직프로덕션과 학생들을 위한
                         기본적인 피아노 테크닉과 음악적 개념을 디지털 피아노를 통해
                         올바른 연주방법을 실습하고 실용적인 피아노음악의 다양한 장르
                         즉, 재즈피아노, 팝, 대중음악, CCM 등을 익히고 학습한다.




2 Tue12:00~14:50(음501)

2 Tue13:30~15:20(M213)   This seminar course for undergraduate students has been
                         designed to make group discussion and seminar presentation by
                         students. At the begining of the semester, students will be provided
                         with the selected topics and source of study materials. Course
                         moderator will give lectures on the selected topics. Students will do
                         self-study on a preselcted topic and will sit on a MCQ test. The
                         course moderator will evaluate the MCQ test results and students
                         will prepare for oral presentation to justify the MCQ test results.
                         Study group will be formed and specific topic will be assigned to
                         each group for making presentation. The detail outline will be
                         readjusted depending on the total number of students enrolled in
                         this course.
2 Fri13:30~15:20(백316)   To introduce the molecular mechanism of carcinogenesis, this
                         course module will be focused on introduction to oncogenes and
                         tumor suppressor genes, genetic and environmental causes of
                         cancer, role of cell signaling in carcinogenesis, mechanism of
                         tumor progression, cancer stem cell, etc.




2 Fri15:30~17:20(백416)   (교과목 개요)
                         Study of human physiology is the key to understand the pathologic
                         course of various disease processes, mechanisms of drug action,
                         potential toxicities of drugs, pharmacokinetics and new drug
                         development. This course is, therefore, designed to discuss basics
                         of human physiological processes, such as introduction to organs
                         and systems and their normal functions.


2 Fri13:30~15:20(백316)   To introduce the molecular mechanism of carcinogenesis, this
                         course module will be focused on introduction to oncogenes and
                         tumor suppressor genes, genetic and environmental causes of
                         cancer, role of cell signaling in carcinogenesis, mechanism of
                         tumor progression, cancer stem cell, etc.
2 Fri15:30~17:20(백416)     Study of human physiology is the key to understand the pathologic
                           course of various disease processes, mechanisms of drug action,
                           potential toxicities of drugs, pharmacokinetics and new drug
                           development. This course is, therefore, designed to discuss basics
                           of human physiological processes, such as introduction to organs
                           and systems and their normal functions.

2 Mon10:30~11:45       This course begins with simple writing styles such as description
  Wed09:00~10:15(국425) and moves into more complex tasks such as analysis, evaluation,
                       citation, and argumentation. We will begin with basic vocabulary
                       and grammar issues of sentence writing and gradually move into
                       higher matters of paragraph structuring and developing writing
                       fluency. Assignments will begin with short essays and end with
                       longer research papers. Other assignments may possibly include
                       resumes, business writing, e-mails, and web pages. As this is a
                       higher-level course there will be an emphasis on issues of APA
                       citation and standards.




2 Mon10:30~11:45
  Wed09:00~10:15(국507)

2 Mon13:30~14:45           This course begins with simple writing styles such as description
  Thu12:00~13:15(국424)     and moves into more complex tasks such as analysis, evaluation,
                           citation, and argumentation. We will begin with basic vocabulary
                           and grammar issues of sentence writing and gradually move into
                           higher matters of paragraph structuring and developing writing
                           fluency. Assignments will begin with short essays and end with
                           longer research papers. Other assignments may possibly include
                           resumes, business writing, e-mails, and web pages. As this is a
                           higher-level course there will be an emphasis on issues of APA
                           citation and standards.
2 Wed13:30~14:45         This is an English conversation course where the emphasis is
  Fri09:00~10:15(스308)   placed on the use of English in its spoken medium. Students will
                         be expected to participate and engage each other in conversation
                         guided by the instructor. Students will study a different topic every
                         week and develop their proficiency within this area and also their
                         overall knowledge of the language.




2 Wed13:30~14:45         This is an English conversation course where the emphasis is
  Fri09:00~10:15(스309)   placed on the use of English in its spoken medium. Students will
                         be expected to participate and engage each other in conversation
                         guided by the instructor. Students will study a different topic every
                         week and develop their proficiency within this area and also their
                         overall knowledge of the language.
2 Wed13:30~14:45         This is an English conversation course where the emphasis is
  Fri09:00~10:15(스501)   placed on the use of English in its spoken medium. Students will
                         be expected to participate and engage each other in conversation
                         guided by the instructor. Students will study a different topic every
                         week and develop their proficiency within this area and also their
                         overall knowledge of the language.




2 Mon13:30~14:45
  Thu12:00~13:15(스503)   This is an English conversation course where the emphasis is
                         placed on the use of English in its spoken medium. Students will
                         be expected to participate and engage each other in conversation
                         guided by the instructor. Students will study a different topic every
                         week and develop their proficiency within this area and also their
                         overall knowledge of the language.
2 Mon13:30~14:45         This is an English conversation course where the emphasis is
  Thu12:00~13:15(스507)   placed on the use of English in its spoken medium. Students will
                         be expected to participate and engage each other in conversation
                         guided by the instructor. Students will study a different topic every
                         week and develop their proficiency within this area and also their
                         overall knowledge of the language.




2 Mon13:30~14:45         This English conversation course emphasizes the use of English in
  Thu12:00~13:15(스508)   its spoken form. Students will study a different topic every week.
                         Using these topics, students will participate in guided discussion
                         with the instructor and classmates. This course aims to develop
                         proficiency, vocabulary, confidence and overall knowledge of the
                         English language.




2 Mon13:30~14:45
  Thu12:00~13:15(사167)
2 Mon13:30~14:45         This is an English conversation course where the emphasis is
  Thu12:00~13:15(사325)   placed on the use of English in its spoken medium. Students will
                         be expected to participate and engage each other in conversation
                         guided by the instructor. Students will study a different topic every
                         week and develop their proficiency within this area and also their
                         overall knowledge of the language.




2 Tue13:30~14:45         This is an English conversation course where the emphasis is
  Fri12:00~13:15(영432)   placed on the use of English in its spoken medium. Students will
                         be expected to participate and engage each other in conversation
                         guided by the instructor. Students will study a different topic every
                         week and develop their proficiency within this area and also their
                         overall knowledge of the language.
2 Tue13:30~14:45            This is an English conversation course where the emphasis is
  Fri12:00~13:15(영450)      placed on the use of English in its spoken medium. Students will
                            be expected to participate and engage each other in conversation
                            guided by the teacher. Students will study a different topic every
                            week and develop their proficiency within this area and also their
                            overall knowledge of the language.




2 Tue13:30~14:45
  Fri12:00~13:15(영451)

2 Tue13:30~14:45
  Fri12:00~13:15(영453)      This is an English conversation course where the emphasis is
                            placed on the use of English in its spoken medium. Students will
                            be expected to participate and engage each other in conversation
                            guided by the instructor. Students will study a different topic every
                            week and develop their proficiency within this area and also their
                            overall knowledge of the language.




2 Tue09:00~10:15         This is an English conversation course where the emphasis is
  Thu10:30~11:45(영525-1) placed on the use of English in its spoken medium. Students will
                         be expected to participate and engage each other in conversation
                         guided by the instructor. Students will study a different topic every
                         week and develop their proficiency within this area and also their
                         overall knowledge of the language.
2 Tue09:00~10:15         This is an English conversation course where the emphasis is
  Thu10:30~11:45(영532)   placed on the use of English in its spoken medium. Students will
                         be expected to participate and engage each other in conversation
                         guided by the instructor. Students will study a different topic every
                         week and develop their proficiency within this area and also their
                         overall knowledge of the language.




2 Tue09:00~10:15         This English conversation course emphasizes the use of English in
  Thu10:30~11:45(영535)   its spoken form. Students will study a different topic every week.
                         Using these topics, students will participate in guided discussion
                         with the instructor and classmates. This course aims to develop
                         proficiency, vocabulary, confidence and overall knowledge of the
                         English language.




2 Wed13:30~14:45         This is an English conversation course where the emphasis is
  Fri09:00~10:15(사401)   placed on the use of English in its spoken medium. Students will
                         be expected to participate and engage each other in conversation
                         guided by the teacher. Students will study a different topic every
                         week and develop their proficiency within this area and also their
                         overall knowledge of the language.
2 Wed13:30~14:45         This English conversation course emphasizes the use of English in
  Fri09:00~10:15(사421)   its spoken form. Students will study a different topic every week.
                         Using these topics, students will participate in guided discussion
                         with the instructor and classmates. This course aims to develop
                         proficiency, vocabulary, confidence and overall knowledge of the
                         English language.




2 Wed13:30~14:45
  Fri09:00~10:15(사425)
2 Mon12:00~13:15         This is an English conversation course where the emphasis is
  Thu13:30~14:45(사325)   placed on the use of English in its spoken medium. Students will
                         be expected to participate and engage each other in conversation
                         guided by the instructor. Students will study a different topic every
                         week and develop their proficiency within this area and also their
                         overall knowledge of the language.




2 Mon12:00~13:15         This is an English conversation course where the emphasis is
  Thu13:30~14:45(사401)   placed on the use of English in its spoken medium. Students will
                         be expected to participate and engage each other in conversation
                         guided by the instructor. Students will study a different topic every
                         week and develop their proficiency within this area and also their
                         overall knowledge of the language.
2 Mon12:00~13:15
  Thu13:30~14:45(사421)
2 Mon12:00~13:15
  Thu13:30~14:45(사425)

2 Mon10:30~11:45       This is an English conversation course where the emphasis is
  Wed09:00~10:15(사325) placed on the use of English in its spoken medium. Students will
                       be expected to participate and engage each other in conversation
                       guided by the instructor. Students will study a different topic every
                       week and develop their proficiency within this area and also their
                       overall knowledge of the language.




2 Mon10:30~11:45       This is an English conversation course where the emphasis is
  Wed09:00~10:15(사401) placed on the use of English in its spoken medium. Students will
                       be expected to participate and engage each other in conversation
                       guided by the instructor. Students will study a different topic every
                       week and develop their proficiency within this area and also their
                       overall knowledge of the language.




2 Mon10:30~11:45
  Wed09:00~10:15(백360)
2 Mon10:30~11:45       This is an English conversation course where the emphasis is
  Wed09:00~10:15(백414) placed on the use of English in its spoken medium. Students will
                       be expected to participate and engage each other in conversation
                       guided by the teacher. Students will study a different topic every
                       week and develop their proficiency within this area and also their
                       overall knowledge of the language.




2 Mon10:30~11:45
  Wed09:00~10:15(백422) This is an English conversation course where the emphasis is
                       placed on the use of English in its spoken medium. Students will
                       be expected to participate and engage each other in conversation
                       guided by the instructor. Students will study a different topic every
                       week and develop their proficiency within this area and also their
                       overall knowledge of the language.




2 Wed13:30~14:45
  Fri09:00~10:15(백424)

2 Wed13:30~14:45
  Fri09:00~10:15(백559)      This is an English conversation course where the emphasis is
                            placed on the use of English in its spoken medium. Students will
                            be expected to participate and engage each other in conversation
                            guided by the instructor. Students will study a different topic every
                            week and develop their proficiency within this area and also their
                            overall knowledge of the language.
2 Mon12:00~13:15
  Thu13:30~14:45(사319)

2 Mon10:30~11:45
  Wed09:00~10:15(사261)

2 Mon10:30~11:45
  Wed09:00~10:15(사301)

2 Mon10:30~11:45
  Wed09:00~10:15(사303)

2 Mon10:30~11:45
  Wed09:00~10:15(사319)

2 Mon09:00~10:15       This is an English conversation course where the emphasis is
  Wed10:30~11:45(백225) placed on the use of English in its spoken medium. Students will
                       be expected to participate and engage each other in conversation
                       guided by the instructor. Students will study a different topic every
                       week and develop their proficiency within this area and also their
                       overall knowledge of the language.




2 Mon09:00~10:15
  Wed10:30~11:45(백324)

2 Mon09:00~10:15
  Wed10:30~11:45(백360)

2 Mon09:00~10:15
  Wed10:30~11:45(백414)

2 Mon09:00~10:15
  Wed10:30~11:45(백422)

2 Mon10:30~11:45
  Wed09:00~10:15(백224)
2 Mon10:30~11:45       This is an English conversation course where the emphasis is
  Wed09:00~10:15(백225) placed on the use of English in its spoken medium. Students will
                       be expected to participate and engage each other in conversation
                       guided by the instructor. Students will study a different topic every
                       week and develop their proficiency within this area and also their
                       overall knowledge of the language.




2 Mon10:30~11:45
  Wed09:00~10:15(백324)

2 Wed13:30~14:45            This is an English conversation course where the emphasis is
  Fri09:00~10:15(백224)      placed on the use of English in its spoken medium. Students will
                            be expected to participate and engage each other in conversation
                            guided by the instructor. Students will study a different topic every
                            week and develop their proficiency within this area and also their
                            overall knowledge of the language.




2 Wed13:30~14:45
  Fri09:00~10:15(백225)

2 Wed13:30~14:45
  Fri09:00~10:15(백324)
2 Wed13:30~14:45
  Fri09:00~10:15(백360)
2 Wed13:30~14:45
  Fri09:00~10:15(백414)
2 Wed13:30~14:45         This is an English conversation course where the emphasis is
  Fri09:00~10:15(백422)   placed on the use of English in its spoken medium. Students will
                         be expected to participate and engage each other in conversation
                         guided by the instructor. Students will study a different topic every
                         week and develop their proficiency within this area and also their
                         overall knowledge of the language.




2 Wed13:30~14:45         English Conversation focuses on practical daily conversation. In
  Fri09:00~10:15(백423)   this class we will approach language learning through
                         presentations, speaking, and expansion of communication forms
                         and structures that will promote confidence and development of
                         speaking and listening skills.




2 Tue10:30~11:45         This is an English conversation course where the emphasis is
  Thu09:00~10:15(백422)   placed on the use of English in its spoken medium. Students will
                         be expected to participate and engage each other in conversation
                         guided by the teacher. Students will study a different topic every
                         week and develop their proficiency within this area and also their
                         overall knowledge of the language.




2 Tue10:30~11:45
  Thu09:00~10:15(백423)
2 Tue10:30~11:45            This is an English conversation course where the emphasis is
  Thu09:00~10:15(백424)      placed on the use of English in its spoken medium. Students will
                            be expected to participate and engage each other in conversation
                            guided by the instructor. Students will study a different topic every
                            week and develop their proficiency within this area and also their
                            overall knowledge of the language.




2 Tue13:30~14:45            This is an English conversation course where the emphasis is
  Fri12:00~13:15(사167)      placed on the use of English in its spoken medium. Students will
                            be expected to participate and engage each other in conversation
                            guided by the instructorteacher. Students will study a different topic
                            every week and develop their proficiency within this area and also
                            their overall knowledge of the language.




2 Tue13:30~14:45
  Fri12:00~13:15(사259-2)
2 Wed12:00~13:15         This is an English conversation course where the emphasis is
  Fri10:30~11:45(영537)   placed on the use of English in its spoken medium. Students will
                         be expected to participate and engage each other in conversation
                         guided by the instructor. Students will study a different topic every
                         week and develop their proficiency within this area and also their
                         overall knowledge of the language.
2 Wed12:00~13:15            English Conversation focuses on practical daily conversation. In
  Fri10:30~11:45(영538)      this class we will approach language learning through
                            presentations, speaking, and expansion of communication forms
                            and structures that will promote confidence and development of
                            speaking and listening skills.




2 Mon09:00~10:15       This is an English conversation course where the emphasis is
  Wed10:30~11:45(스301) placed on the use of English in its spoken medium. Students will
                       be expected to participate and engage each other in conversation
                       guided by the instructor. Students will study a different topic every
                       week and develop their proficiency within this area and also their
                       overall knowledge of the language.




2 Tue12:00~13:15
  Fri13:30~14:45(스309)
2 Tue12:00~13:15
  Fri13:30~14:45(스501)
2 Wed13:30~14:45            This is an English conversation course where the emphasis is
  Fri09:00~10:15(스204)      placed on the use of English in its spoken medium. Students will
                            be expected to participate and engage each other in conversation
                            guided by the instructor. Students will study a different topic every
                            week and develop their proficiency within this area and also their
                            overall knowledge of the language.
2 Wed13:30~14:45         This is an English conversation course where the emphasis is
  Fri09:00~10:15(스208)   placed on the use of English in its spoken medium. Students will
                         be expected to participate and engage each other in conversation
                         guided by the instructor. Students will study a different topic every
                         week and develop their proficiency within this area and also their
                         overall knowledge of the language.




2 Wed13:30~14:45         This is an English conversation course where the emphasis is
  Fri09:00~10:15(스301)   placed on the use of English in its spoken medium. Students will
                         be expected to participate and engage each other in conversation
                         guided by the instructor. Students will study a different topic every
                         week and develop their proficiency within this area and also their
                         overall knowledge of the language.
2 Wed13:30~14:45            This is an English conversation course where the emphasis is
  Fri09:00~10:15(스305)      placed on the use of English in its spoken medium. Students will
                            be expected to participate and engage each other in conversation
                            guided by the instructor. Students will study a different topic every
                            week and develop their proficiency within this area and also their
                            overall knowledge of the language.




2 Tue16:30~17:45
  Fri15:00~16:15(영425-2)
2 Tue16:30~17:45
  Fri15:00~16:15(영432)
2 Tue16:30~17:45
  Fri15:00~16:15(영450)
2 Tue16:30~17:45
  Fri15:00~16:15(영451)
2 Tue16:30~17:45
  Fri15:00~16:15(영453)
2 Mon12:00~13:15         This is an English conversation course where the emphasis is
  Thu13:30~14:45(스308) placed on the use of English in its spoken medium. Students will
                         be expected to participate and engage each other in conversation
                         guided by the instructor. Students will study a different topic every
                         week and develop their proficiency within this area and also their
                         overall knowledge of the language.




2 Mon12:00~13:15
  Thu13:30~14:45(스309)
2 Mon12:00~13:15         This is an English conversation course where the emphasis is
  Thu13:30~14:45(스501)   placed on the use of English in its spoken medium. Students will
                         be expected to participate and engage each other in conversation
                         guided by the instructor. Students will study a different topic every
                         week and develop their proficiency within this area and also their
                         overall knowledge of the language.




2 Mon12:00~13:15
  Thu13:30~14:45(스503)   This is an English conversation course where the emphasis is
                         placed on the use of English in its spoken medium. Students will
                         be expected to participate and engage each other in conversation
                         guided by the instructor. Students will study a different topic every
                         week and develop their proficiency within this area and also their
                         overall knowledge of the language.
2 Mon12:00~13:15         This is an English conversation course where the emphasis is
  Thu13:30~14:45(스507)   placed on the use of English in its spoken medium. Students will
                         be expected to participate and engage each other in conversation
                         guided by the instructor. Students will study a different topic every
                         week and develop their proficiency within this area and also their
                         overall knowledge of the language.




2 Mon12:00~13:15
  Thu13:30~14:45(스508)
2 Mon12:00~13:15
  Thu13:30~14:45(스509)
2 Mon13:30~14:45         This is an English conversation course where the emphasis is
  Thu12:00~13:15(스204)   placed on the use of English in its spoken medium. Students will
                         be expected to participate and engage each other in conversation
                         guided by the instructor. Students will study a different topic every
                         week and develop their proficiency within this area and also their
                         overall knowledge of the language.




2 Mon13:30~14:45
  Thu12:00~13:15(스208)
2 Mon13:30~14:45
  Thu12:00~13:15(스301)
2 Mon13:30~14:45         This is an English conversation course where the emphasis is
  Thu12:00~13:15(스305)   placed on the use of English in its spoken medium. Students will
                         be expected to participate and engage each other in conversation
                         guided by the instructor. Students will study a different topic every
                         week and develop their proficiency within this area and also their
                         overall knowledge of the language.




2 Mon13:30~14:45         This is an English conversation course where the emphasis is
  Thu12:00~13:15(스308)   placed on the use of English in its spoken medium. Students will
                         be expected to participate and engage each other in conversation
                         guided by the instructor. Students will study a different topic every
                         week and develop their proficiency within this area and also their
                         overall knowledge of the language.




2 Mon13:30~14:45
  Thu12:00~13:15(스309)
2 Mon13:30~14:45         This is an English conversation course where the emphasis is
  Thu12:00~13:15(스501)   placed on the use of English in its spoken medium. Students will
                         be expected to participate and engage each other in conversation
                         guided by the instructor. Students will study a different topic every
                         week and develop their proficiency within this area and also their
                         overall knowledge of the language.




2 Wed12:00~13:15         This is an English conversation course where the emphasis is
  Fri10:30~11:45(사319)   placed on the use of English in its spoken medium. Students will
                         be expected to participate and engage each other in conversation
                         guided by the instructor. Students will study a different topic every
                         week and develop their proficiency within this area and also their
                         overall knowledge of the language.




2 Wed12:00~13:15         This is an English conversation course where the emphasis is
  Fri10:30~11:45(사325)   placed on the use of English in its spoken medium. Students will
                         be expected to participate and engage each other in conversation
                         guided by the instructorteacher. Students will study a different topic
                         every week and develop their proficiency within this area and also
                         their overall knowledge of the language.
2 Wed12:00~13:15         This is an English conversation course where the emphasis is
  Fri10:30~11:45(사401)   placed on the use of English in its spoken medium. Students will
                         be expected to participate and engage each other in conversation
                         guided by the teacher. Students will study a different topic every
                         week and develop their proficiency within this area and also their
                         overall knowledge of the language.




2 Wed12:00~13:15
  Fri10:30~11:45(사421)

2 Wed12:00~13:15
  Fri10:30~11:45(사425)   This is an English conversation course where the emphasis is
                         placed on the use of English in its spoken medium. Students will
                         be expected to participate and engage each other in conversation
                         guided by the instructor. Students will study a different topic every
                         week and develop their proficiency within this area and also their
                         overall knowledge of the language.




2 Wed13:30~14:45
  Fri09:00~10:15(사301)
2 Wed13:30~14:45
  Fri09:00~10:15(사303)
2 Wed13:30~14:45
  Fri09:00~10:15(사319)
2 Wed13:30~14:45
  Fri09:00~10:15(사325)
2 Mon13:30~14:45
  Thu12:00~13:15(사303)
2 Mon13:30~14:45
  Thu12:00~13:15(사319)

2 Mon13:30~14:45
  Thu12:00~13:15(사240)
2 Mon13:30~14:45
  Thu12:00~13:15(사401)
2 Mon13:30~14:45
  Thu12:00~13:15(사421)
2 Mon13:30~14:45            This is an English conversation course where the emphasis is
  Thu12:00~13:15(사425)      placed on the use of English in its spoken medium. Students will
                            be expected to participate and engage each other in conversation
                            guided by the instructor. Students will study a different topic every
                            week and develop their proficiency within this area and also their
                            overall knowledge of the language.




2 Mon13:30~14:45            English Conversation focuses on practical daily conversation. In
  Thu12:00~13:15(사431)      this class we will approach language learning through
                            presentations, speaking, and expansion of communication forms
                            and structures that will promote confidence and development of
                            speaking and listening skills.




2 Mon13:30~14:45         This is an English conversation course where the emphasis is
  Thu12:00~13:15(사259-2) placed on the use of English in its spoken medium. Students will
                         be expected to participate and engage each other in conversation
                         guided by the instructor. Students will study a different topic every
                         week and develop their proficiency within this area and also their
                         overall knowledge of the language.
2 Mon12:00~13:15         This is an English conversation course where the emphasis is
  Thu13:30~14:45(사259-2) placed on the use of English in its spoken medium. Students will
                         be expected to participate and engage each other in conversation
                         guided by the instructor. Students will study a different topic every
                         week and develop their proficiency within this area and also their
                         overall knowledge of the language.




2 Mon12:00~13:15
  Thu13:30~14:45(사261)
2 Mon12:00~13:15
  Thu13:30~14:45(사301)
2 Mon12:00~13:15
  Thu13:30~14:45(사303)
2 Tue12:00~13:15         This is an English conversation course where the emphasis is
  Fri13:30~14:45(영422-3) placed on the use of English in its spoken medium. Students will
                         be expected to participate and engage each other in conversation
                         guided by the instructor. Students will study a different topic every
                         week and develop their proficiency within this area and also their
                         overall knowledge of the language.
2 Tue12:00~13:15         This is an English conversation course where the emphasis is
  Fri13:30~14:45(영425-1) placed on the use of English in its spoken medium. Students will
                         be expected to participate and engage each other in conversation
                         guided by the instructor. Students will study a different topic every
                         week and develop their proficiency within this area and also their
                         overall knowledge of the language.




2 Tue12:00~13:15         This is an English conversation course where the emphasis is
  Fri13:30~14:45(영425-2) placed on the use of English in its spoken medium. Students will
                         be expected to participate and engage each other in conversation
                         guided by the instructor. Students will study a different topic every
                         week and develop their proficiency within this area and also their
                         overall knowledge of the language.
2 Tue12:00~13:15            This is an English conversation course where the emphasis is
  Fri13:30~14:45(영432)      placed on the use of English in its spoken medium. Students will
                            be expected to participate and engage each other in conversation
                            guided by the instructor. Students will study a different topic every
                            week and develop their proficiency within this area and also their
                            overall knowledge of the language.




2 Tue12:00~13:15
  Fri13:30~14:45(영450)
2 Tue12:00~13:15
  Fri13:30~14:45(영451)
2 Tue13:30~14:45         This is an English conversation course where the emphasis is
  Fri12:00~13:15(영422-3) placed on the use of English in its spoken medium. Students will
                         be expected to participate and engage each other in conversation
                         guided by the instructor. Students will study a different topic every
                         week and develop their proficiency within this area and also their
                         overall knowledge of the language.
2 Tue13:30~14:45         This is an English conversation course where the emphasis is
  Fri12:00~13:15(영425-1) placed on the use of English in its spoken medium. Students will
                         be expected to participate and engage each other in conversation
                         guided by the instructor. Students will study a different topic every
                         week and develop their proficiency within this area and also their
                         overall knowledge of the language.




2 Tue13:30~14:45         This is an English conversation course where the emphasis is
  Fri12:00~13:15(영425-2) placed on the use of English in its spoken medium. Students will
                         be expected to participate and engage each other in conversation
                         guided by the instructor. Students will study a different topic every
                         week and develop their proficiency within this area and also their
                         overall knowledge of the language.




2 Mon10:30~11:45       This is an English conversation course where the emphasis is
  Wed09:00~10:15(영455) placed on the use of English in its spoken medium. Students will
                       be expected to participate and engage each other in conversation
                       guided by the instructor. Students will study a different topic every
                       week and develop their proficiency within this area and also their
                       overall knowledge of the language.
2 Mon10:30~11:45       This is an English conversation course where the emphasis is
  Wed09:00~10:15(영456) placed on the use of English in its spoken medium. Students will
                       be expected to participate and engage each other in conversation
                       guided by the instructor. Students will study a different topic every
                       week and develop their proficiency within this area and also their
                       overall knowledge of the language.




2 Mon10:30~11:45       This is an English conversation course where the emphasis is
  Wed09:00~10:15(영522- placed on the use of English in its spoken medium. Students will
  3)                   be expected to participate and engage each other in conversation
                       guided by the instructor. Students will study a different topic every
                       week and develop their proficiency within this area and also their
                       overall knowledge of the language.
2 Mon10:30~11:45       This is an English conversation course where the emphasis is
  Wed09:00~10:15(영525- placed on the use of English in its spoken medium. Students will
  1)                   be expected to participate and engage each other in conversation
                       guided by the instructor. Students will study a different topic every
                       week and develop their proficiency within this area and also their
                       overall knowledge of the language.




2 Mon10:30~11:45
  Wed09:00~10:15(영532)

2 Mon10:30~11:45
  Wed09:00~10:15(영535)

2 Tue09:00~10:15            This is an English conversation course where the emphasis is
  Thu10:30~11:45(영453)      placed on the use of English in its spoken medium. Students will
                            be expected to participate and engage each other in conversation
                            guided by the teacher. Students will study a different topic every
                            week and develop their proficiency within this area and also their
                            overall knowledge of the language.




2 Tue09:00~10:15
  Thu10:30~11:45(영454)
2 Tue09:00~10:15            This is an English conversation course where the emphasis is
  Thu10:30~11:45(영455)      placed on the use of English in its spoken medium. Students will
                            be expected to participate and engage each other in conversation
                            guided by the instructor. Students will study a different topic every
                            week and develop their proficiency within this area and also their
                            overall knowledge of the language.




2 Tue09:00~10:15            This is an English conversation course where the emphasis is
  Thu10:30~11:45(영456)      placed on the use of English in its spoken medium. Students will
                            be expected to participate and engage each other in conversation
                            guided by the instructor. Students will study a different topic every
                            week and develop their proficiency within this area and also their
                            overall knowledge of the language.




2 Tue15:00~16:15
  Thu16:30~17:45(Wed305
  )
2 Tue12:00~13:15         This is an English conversation course where the emphasis is
  Fri13:30~14:45(Wed305) placed on the use of English in its spoken medium. Students will
                         be expected to participate and engage each other in conversation
                         guided by the instructor. Students will study a different topic every
                         week and develop their proficiency within this area and also their
                         overall knowledge of the language.
2 Tue19:40~20:25
  Thu20:30~22:05(사167)
2 Tue18:00~19:35
  Thu18:50~19:35(사167)
2 Mon20:30~22:05
  Wed18:50~19:35(사167)

2 Tue09:00~10:15         English Conversation focuses on practical daily conversation. In
  Thu10:30~11:45(영522-3) this class we will approach language learning through
                         presentations, speaking, and expansion of communication forms
                         and structures that will promote confidence and development of
                         speaking and listening skills.




2 Tue12:00~13:15
  Fri13:30~14:45(스208)
2 Tue12:00~13:15
  Fri13:30~14:45(스301)
2 Tue12:00~13:15
  Fri13:30~14:45(스305)

2 Tue12:00~13:15
  Fri13:30~14:45(스308)
2 Mon10:30~11:45       This English conversation course emphasizes the use of English in
  Wed09:00~10:15(영453) its spoken form. Students will study a different topic every week.
                       Using these topics, students will participate in guided discussion
                       with the instructor and classmates. At times students will debate,
                       discuss or converse in different settings: as pairs, in groups and as
                       an entire class. This course aims to develop proficiency,
                       vocabulary, confidence and overall knowledge of the English
                       language.
2 Mon10:30~11:45       This is an English conversation course where the emphasis is
  Wed09:00~10:15(영454) placed on the use of English in its spoken medium. Students will
                       be expected to participate and engage each other in conversation
                       guided by the teacher. Students will study a different topic every
                       week and develop their proficiency within this area and also their
                       overall knowledge of the language.




2 Tue12:00~13:15           English Conversation focuses on practical daily conversation. In
  Fri13:30~14:45(스204)     this class we will approach language learning through
                           presentations, speaking, and expansion of communication forms
                           and structures that will promote confidence and development of
                           speaking and listening skills.




2 Tue16:30~17:45         This is an English conversation course where the emphasis is
  Fri15:00~16:15(영422-3) placed on the use of English in its spoken medium. Students will
                         be expected to participate and engage each other in conversation
                         guided by the teacher. Students will study a different topic every
                         week and develop their proficiency within this area and also their
                         overall knowledge of the language.
2 Tue16:30~17:45         This is an English conversation course where the emphasis is
  Fri15:00~16:15(영425-1) placed on the use of English in its spoken medium. Students will
                         be expected to participate and engage each other in conversation,
                         discussion, and debate guided by the instructor. Students will study
                         a different topic every week and develop their proficiency within
                         this area and also their overall knowledge of the language.




2 Mon12:00~13:15            This is an English conversation course where the emphasis is
  Thu13:30~14:45(스204)      placed on the use of English in its spoken medium. Students will
                            be expected to participate and engage each other in conversation
                            guided by the instructor. Students will study a different topic every
                            week and develop their proficiency within this area and also their
                            overall knowledge of the language.




2 Mon12:00~13:15            This English conversation course emphasizes the use of English in
  Thu13:30~14:45(스208)      its spoken form. Students will study a different topic every week.
                            Using these topics, students will participate in guided discussion
                            with the instructor and classmates. At times students will debate,
                            discuss or converse in different settings: as pairs, in groups and as
                            an entire class. This course aims to develop proficiency,
                            vocabulary, confidence and overall knowledge of the English
                            language.
2 Mon12:00~13:15         This is an English conversation course where the emphasis is
  Thu13:30~14:45(스301)   placed on the use of English in its spoken medium. Students will
                         be expected to participate and engage each other in conversation
                         guided by the teacher. Students will study a different topic every
                         week and develop their proficiency within this area and also their
                         overall knowledge of the language.




2 Mon12:00~13:15         This is an English conversation course where the emphasis is
  Thu13:30~14:45(스305)   placed on the use of English in its spoken medium. Students will
                         be expected to participate and engage each other in conversation,
                         discussion, and debate guided by the instructor. Students will study
                         a different topic every week and develop their proficiency within
                         this area and also their overall knowledge of the language.




2 Wed12:00~13:15         This is an English conversation course where the emphasis is
  Fri10:30~11:45(사301)   placed on the use of English in its spoken medium. Students will
                         be expected to participate and engage each other in conversation
                         guided by the teacher. Students will study a different topic every
                         week and develop their proficiency within this area and also their
                         overall knowledge of the language.
2 Wed12:00~13:15           This is an English conversation course where the emphasis is
  Fri10:30~11:45(사303)     placed on the use of English in its spoken medium. Students will
                           be expected to participate and engage each other in conversation,
                           discussion, and debate guided by the instructor. Students will study
                           a different topic every week and develop their proficiency within
                           this area and also their overall knowledge of the language.




2 Mon13:30~14:45           This is an English conversation course where the emphasis is
  Thu12:00~13:15(사261)     placed on the use of English in its spoken medium. Students will
                           be expected to participate and engage each other in conversation
                           guided by the instructor. Students will study a different topic every
                           week and develop their proficiency within this area and also their
                           overall knowledge of the language.




2 Mon13:30~14:45
  Thu12:00~13:15(사301)
2 Mon10:30~11:45       This is an English conversation course where the emphasis is
  Wed09:00~10:15(사259- placed on the use of English in its spoken medium. Students will
  2)                   be expected to participate and engage each other in conversation,
                       discussion, and debate guided by the instructor. Students will study
                       a different topic every week and develop their proficiency within
                       this area and also their overall knowledge of the language.
2 Mon09:00~10:15       This English conversation course emphasizes the use of English in
  Wed10:30~11:45(백224) its spoken form. Students will study a different topic every week.
                       Using these topics, students will participate in guided discussion
                       with the instructor and classmates. At times students will debate,
                       discuss or converse in different settings: as pairs, in groups and as
                       an entire class. This course aims to develop proficiency,
                       vocabulary, confidence and overall knowledge of the English
                       language.




2 Tue09:00~10:15           This is an English conversation course where the emphasis is
  Thu10:30~11:45(백360)     placed on the use of English in its spoken medium. Students will
                           be expected to participate and engage each other in conversation
                           guided by the instructor. Students will study a different topic every
                           week and develop their proficiency within this area and also their
                           overall knowledge of the language.




2 Tue09:00~10:15
  Thu10:30~11:45(백414)
2 Tue09:00~10:15           This is an English conversation course where the emphasis is
  Thu10:30~11:45(백422)     placed on the use of English in its spoken medium. Students will
                           be expected to participate and engage each other in conversation
                           guided by the teacher. Students will study a different topic every
                           week and develop their proficiency within this area and also their
                           overall knowledge of the language.
2 Tue09:00~10:15         This is an English conversation course where the emphasis is
  Thu10:30~11:45(백423)   placed on the use of English in its spoken medium. Students will
                         be expected to participate and engage each other in conversation,
                         discussion, and debate guided by the instructor. Students will study
                         a different topic every week and develop their proficiency within
                         this area and also their overall knowledge of the language.




2 Tue10:30~11:45         This is an English conversation course where the emphasis is
  Thu09:00~10:15(백224)   placed on the use of English in its spoken medium. Students will
                         be expected to participate and engage each other in conversation
                         guided by the teacher. Students will study a different topic every
                         week and develop their proficiency within this area and also their
                         overall knowledge of the language.




2 Tue10:30~11:45         This is an English conversation course where the emphasis is
  Thu09:00~10:15(백225)   placed on the use of English in its spoken medium. Students will
                         be expected to participate and engage each other in conversation,
                         discussion, and debate guided by the instructor. Students will study
                         a different topic every week and develop their proficiency within
                         this area and also their overall knowledge of the language.
2 Tue10:30~11:45         English Conversation focuses on practical daily conversation. In
  Thu09:00~10:15(백324)   this class we will approach language learning through
                         presentations, speaking, and expansion of communication forms
                         and structures that will promote confidence and development of
                         speaking and listening skills.




2 Tue10:30~11:45         This is an English conversation course where the emphasis is
  Thu09:00~10:15(백360)   placed on the use of English in its spoken medium. Students will
                         be expected to participate and engage each other in conversation
                         guided by the instructor. Students will study a different topic every
                         week and develop their proficiency within this area and also their
                         overall knowledge of the language.




2 Tue10:30~11:45
  Thu09:00~10:15(백414)
2 Tue09:00~10:15         Writing courses concentrate on how English should be used, but
  Thu10:30~11:45(국425)   this course is concerned with how English is actually used in
                         everyday conversation or in business settings. The focus of this
                         course is not grammar but more situational issues such as
                         showing respect or familiarity and using idioms and expressions.
                         There will be an additional emphasis on presentations and usage
                         for academic and career situations, and on communications
                         technology such as PowerPoint, video editing, and web design.




2 Tue09:00~10:15
  Thu10:30~11:45(국507)
2 Wed12:00~13:15
  Fri10:30~11:45(국508)
Course_objectives




The goal of this course is to
provide students with a
broad overview of Korean
history that will provide a
clear historical context for all
other Korean studies related
courses.



The goal of this course is to
provide students with a
broad overview of Korean
culture that will provide a
clear cultural context for all
other Korean studies related
courses.
1) Increase analytical
thinking by reading of
different field of studies
2) Develop academic
knowledge and skills through
the use of in class
discussion and presentation.

3) Enhance writing skills




The student should:
1. promote an understanding
of the Gospel values.
2. have an appreciation for
the meaning in Christianity
of the dignity of the person
and the nature.
3. develop an awareness of
the diversity of perspectives
in Christian ethics.
4. apply the Gospel values
to the problems of modern
society in its economic,
social, cultural, and political
life



The student should:
1. promote an understanding
of the Gospel values.
2. have an appreciation for
the meaning in Christianity
of the dignity of the person
and the nature.
3. develop an awareness of
the diversity of perspectives
in Christian ethics.
4. apply the Gospel values
to the problems of modern
society in its economic,
social, cultural, and political
life
Learn about and practice
using MS Office programs,
producing 4 specific, well-
defined (and challenging)
products to demonstrate
proficiency in each program.
In addition, the course will
encourage students to look
for ways in which they may
improve their communication
(and general success at
KAC) through these
productivity programs (such
as designing more effective
presentation slideshows, or
managing their time and
resources effectively in
Excel).




To provide a basic
understanding and tools
necessary to analyze and
discuss public policy issues
that affect the overall
economy. The basic tools of
supply and demand, in
addition to comparative
analysis will be reviewed
and further developed. The
remaining analysis will be
devoted to economy wide
issues including gross
domestic product, prices and
employment. We will also
discuss models and analyze
economic growth, savings
and investment, the banking
and Federal Reserve
system, the balance of
payments and employment
and prices in the short and
long-run.
For students to gain an
understanding of the
relationship between law,
history, geography, religion
and culture.




1) 태권도 기술의 원리를
이해시킨다.
2) 태권도 심신수련의 목적과
의의를 이해시킨다.
3) 현대 태권도 수련의
방법을 비교 분석하고 보다 .

4) 태권도 기술의 구성
내용과 특성이 무도.
스포츠로서의 가치를 표현
하는데 이해시킨다.
5)기본 및 품새의 기법과
기술에 따른 동작수련을
통하여 우리의 무도문화의
이해와 자기수련에 중점을
둔다.

-To plan and organize a
paper by working through
your writing process
-To benefit from peer
response to your writing
-To identify and
understand the audience
and purpose in writing
-To increase skill in
sentence control and
complexity
-To adopt appropriate
voice, tone, and level of
formality in your writing
?To edit final drafts for
format, structure, grammar,
and mechanics
After some review of
elementary
properties of functions
(graphs, polynomial
functions, trigonometric
functions, composition of
functions), we will use
limits to define derivatives
and integrals and study
mathods of differentiation
and integration. Depending
on time,
we may study sequences
and series, and same
elementary vector
calculus.



This particular subject
intends to provide a
perspective of historical,
cultural and economic
development so that the
work place and industrial
relations in Korea can be
appropriately understood.
The subject comprises the
following four main topical
areas:
(1) Understanding Korean
History; Old to Modern
History
(2) Understanding Korean
Culture;
(3) Understanding Korean
Economy;
(4) Understanding Korean
Work Place and Human
Resource Management
Practices and Issues:
Students shall gain some
knowledge about the
scientific method and how to
apply it to certain political
phenomena. The course will
foster students' ability to
assess political phenomena
from a more scientific point
of view. It is meant to offer a
basic knowledge about the
most important political
theories, political systems,
institutions and structures.
This introduction to Political
Science will provide students
with a fundament for a
further specialization in
International Relations.




In order to learn Korean
Dance students understand
the foundation of Korean
rhythm as they play the
Korean percussion
instruments, such as
Kkwaenggari, Janggu, Jing
and Buk. Through the
rhythms students learn the
Sogo Chum which is the one
of well-known korean folk
dance.


- To make students(maily
foreign students) understand
the general status of Korean
economy.

- To understand the
historical backgrounds of
Korean economic
development process and
compare it with other
neiboring Asian economies.
Specific course objectives
include, but are not limited
to:
1. Increase students'
understanding of how culture
influences communication,
and how it interacts with
social and psychological
factors to influence
communication;
2. Enhance students' ability
to explain cultural
differences in
communication and to
identify barriers to effective
intercultural communication
as well as problematic
issues resulting from cultural
differences such as
concepts of time, personal
space, body language,
family, and social behaviors;

3. Enable students to
appropriately communicate
with persons from different
cultural backgrounds in
various social contexts.



1. To understand the
importance of the region
2. To analyze the changing
trends of international
relations in general and how
it has affected power politics
in the region
    by understanding about
traditional state and
globalized state
3. To understand about Four
Major Powers' foreign policy
and Korean Peninsula
    Stressing on the
Implication of the Rise of
China
4. To grasp the importance
of North Korean nuclear
problem and its impacts
5. To understand multilateral
security cocoperation in the
Northeast Asia
The main purpose of the
course is to provide basic
knowledge on the theories of
international business and
FDI, including the current
environment of the world
business.

This course is designed to
give students a basic
understanding about korean
government and politics.
Major topics for discussion
include government
structures and functions,
political processes and
culture, and democracy in
terms of value and
processes. Students will
have a good opportunity to
broaden their perspectives
about political system as a
whole. Korean Government
and Politics will be primarily
a discussion-oriented class.
Therefore students are
required to prepare for and
participate in class
discussion. Students are
also encouraged to read
newspapers and news
magazines to keep informed
about the korean politics and
major issues in korea.
Koreans enjoy rich and
various foods. Rice remains
the main staple and is eaten
with varied side dishes
featuring vegetables, fish
and meats. Fermented
foods, such as soy sauce
and soybean pastes were
important sources of protein
in early times and remain
Korean favorites. And of
course, no Korean meal
would be complete without
the ubiquitous Kimchi,
fermented vegetables.
Kimchi was essential to the
traditional winter diet
because of the scarcity of
fresh vegetables. Kimchi still
plays an important role in
most Korean meals. In this
class, we will cover Korean
traditional foods overall and
a brief account of food
combination for health.



Successful completion of
this course will enable
students to:

1.Describe the key
functions of human resource
management.
2.Identify the external
macro socioeconomic and
legal frameworks that
directly and indirectly
influence human resource
management policies and
practices.
3.Articulate the ways in
which human resources can
enhance an organization’s
performance and sustained
development.
4.Discuss how human
resource management can
be a catalyst for developing
a mutually beneficial
relationship between
employees and the firm.
5.Discuss future directions
in human resource
management.
1) To understand the
psychological foundations of
consumer behavior
2) To recognize the
mechanisms of influence
that is most likely to lead
consumers to change their
attitudes, their beliefs and
behavior
3) To learn about the
influence of society and
culture on consumer
behavior
4) Appraise the applicability
of consumer behavior
theories to interpreting why
consumers behave as they
do


This course objective is to
help the senior student to
learn to become a more
competent business
manager by deepening the
understanding of marketing
and by sharpening the
student’s decision-making
and communications skills.
And by doing research on
variety of current issues on
marketing area, the student
will update their knowledge
and marketing skills in
present market places.
The successful completion
of this course will enable
students to:

1. Describe the general
process common to
successful business idea
generation and
development.
2. Acquire management
principles and skills for
transforming an idea into
consistent business reality
through the creation of a firm
and developing it into a
sustainable and profitable
enterprise.
3. Discuss the
socioeconomic impact of
entrepreneurship.
4. Develop perspective as to
how entrepreneurship can
be a catalyst for positive
socioeconomic
transformation.
5. Reflect upon how to utilize
their management skills to
bring positive changes in the
lives of others through
entrepreneurship.
6. Develop a business plan




1.Understanding of the
overall marketing progress
how companies organize for
advertising and other
promotional functions
2.Explore the various IMC
tools used in contemporary
marketing including
advertising, sales promotion
and public relations and
personal selling.
3.Examine the process by
which integrated marketing
communications programs
are planned developed and
executed.
The main objectives of this
course are:
1. Expose students to the
knowledge of Korean
business and economy
2. Expose students to
foreign trade and policy in
Korea
3. Familiarize students with
Korean management
system
4. Familiarize students with
global competitiveness and
the Korean development
model


1. Students will study
electoral system in
comparative perspectives.
2. Students will learn
theories and reality of
political parties.
3. students will understand
comparative democracies.




Students will get a
comprehensive picture of
the contemporary state of
the EU. They will be
provided with some insights
regarding the structure and
functioning of the EU.
The first part of the course
will examine a number of
different theoretical
approaches. We will explore
the realist, liberal, and
constructivist paradigms, as
well as other theories drawn
from different intellectual
traditions. Throughout the
course, we will examine
contemporary events
through the analytical
“lenses” of these different
perspectives, and draw out
the policy implications of
these alternative worldviews.




1. Let students understand
American Political system
and its origin.
2. Let students learn election
process and analysis.




To introduce students to
negotiation and conflict
resolution methods and
strategies.
The course will give students
the opportunity to gain some
insights into the conditions of
advanced industrialized
countries and provide
students with in-depth
knowledge about the
differences between and
similarities of the political
economies of the countries
treated in this course.




To explain the cultural,
social, and political evolution
of the region and to give
students insight and
explanation to the events
that are shaping this
dynamic part of the world
today.

Specific Objectives:
Upon completion of the
course, each student should
be able to -
1. Understand the origins of
the unique cultures of
Southeast Asia.
2. Identify the
complementary foreign
policies of the member-
states.
3. Analyze the origins and
ideological constructs of the
political culture of
Southeast Asia.
4. Discuss the various
cultures, religions, and
ideals that shape the beliefs
and principles of Southeast
Asian people.
5. Demonstrate improved
understanding of America’s
role in the region.
Students who have
successfully completed this
course will have an
understanding of the various
theories justifying the
protection of human rights
and of the socio-political,
economic and cultural
environments in which
human rights law exists.




After successfully
completing this course the
student will:
Be familiar with .NET and
the related Microsoft
application environment
Be able to program relatively
sophisticated GUI based
programs using the C#
programming language
including familiarity with:
C# language features.
Common controls and
Windows Forms
Retrieving data from the
network
Event Driven programming
models
Windows Presentation
Foundation (WPF)

Students should understand
what is happening in the
industry, what new
technologies are promising
This course will be a survey
of American literature and
literary history from
the early colonial period to
American literature after
World War II. Our goal
will be to acquire a grasp of
the expanding canon of
American literature by
reading some of the
established canonical
masterpieces and texts that
call our
attention to their literary and
historical significance.
Figures to be discussed
will include (but not limited
to) William Bradford, Edward
Taylor, Jonathan
Edwards, Benjamin Franklin,
Irving, Cooper, Emerson,
Thoreau, Hawthorne, Poe,
Melville, Whitman,
Dickinson, Twain, Crane,
James, Dreiser, Frost, T.S,
Eliot, Pound, Fitzgerald,
Hemingway, Stein, Faulkner,
Eugene O'Neill, and Arthur
Miller.


At the end of this course, I
hope you will have gained
an understanding of the
American literary tradition,
and to have become familiar
with a few major works. As
the course progresses, you
will be introduced to literary
terms that will aid you in
attempting your own
interpretations of the texts
we will read.
The main goal of this course
is to equip you with tools that
will help you to write about
literary works. As the course
progresses, you will be
expected to perform close
readings and attempt your
own interpretations of the
literary texts we will read.




The goal of this course is,
ultimately, to express
ourselves creatively in
writing. I hope that, by the
end of the semester, you will
have deepened your
appreciation of literature,
and that you will be
comfortable and confident to
write different kinds of
literature. Another goal of
this course is for you to
improve your mastery of
English grammar, which will
be helpful in other contexts
as well.
Course Goals
1.Students will gain
confidence in having a
English conversation and
learn skills to make
communicating in a second
language easier by learning
techniques for functioning
within their language
abilities.
2.Students will examine
four aspects of spoken
communication (voice, style,
expression, and interaction)
and will apply skills to
improve each of these areas
as they develop their own
speaking ability.
3.Students will actively
involved in using the
language through a variety
of activities and speaking
tasks.
4.Students will be trained
to develop ways to continue
building their language skills
and conversational ability
after they’ve completed the
course.
This course will seek to
develop students' abilities to
discuss a range of issues
and communicate their ideas
in a manner that is readily
comprehensible to both a
native and non-native
speaker of English.
Students will take a more
active role in the initiation
and continuation of
conversations, and they will
be capable of presenting
information in a variety of
ways. They will also
become more skilled at
directing the flow of a
conversation and running
group discussions. Students
will be more skilled in
interacting in such settings
through the use of such
strategies as interruption
and clarification requests.
Students will gain increased
confidence in their English
comprehension and
communicative ability while
improving their vocabulary,
pronunciation, and oral
grammar. In addition, They
will come to appreciate the
General learning goals:

1. Develop students’
confidence in their ability to
speak and comprehend
English speech.

2. Improve students’
vocabulary, pronunciation,
and oral grammar in
English.

3. Introduce students to
“cultural” conversation cues,
such as speech patterns,
expressions, slang, body
language, etc.

Most importantly, a strong
emphasis will be placed on
creating a positive learning
environment in which
students are not afraid to
speak English and are not
concerned about making
mistakes in front of their
peers.




To improve communicative
ability in an academic
environment in spoken
English.
Course Goals
1.Students will gain
confidence in having a
English conversation and
learn skills to make
communicating in a second
language easier by learning
techniques for functioning
within their language
abilities.
2.Students will examine
four aspects of spoken
communication (voice, style,
expression, and interaction)
and will apply skills to
improve each of these areas
as they develop their own
speaking ability.
3.Students will actively
involved in using the
language through a variety
of activities and speaking
tasks.
4.Students will be trained
to develop ways to continue
building their language skills
and conversational ability
after they’ve completed the
course.
This course will seek to
develop students' abilities to
discuss a range of issues
and communicate their ideas
in a manner that is readily
comprehensible to both a
native and non-native
speaker of English.
Students will take a more
active role in the initiation
and continuation of
conversations, and they will
be capable of presenting
information in a variety of
ways. They will also
become more skilled at
directing the flow of a
conversation and running
group discussions. Students
will be more skilled in
interacting in such settings
through the use of such
strategies as interruption
and clarification requests.
Students will gain increased
confidence in their English
comprehension and
communicative ability while
improving their vocabulary,
pronunciation, and oral
grammar. In addition, They
will come to appreciate the
General learning goals:
1. Develop students’
confidence in their ability to
speak and comprehend
English speech.
2. Improve students’
vocabulary, pronunciation
and oral grammar in
English.
3. Introduce students to
“cultural” conversation cues
such as speech patterns,
expressions, slang, body
language, appropriateness,
etc.
General learning goals:

1. Develop students’
confidence in their ability to
speak and comprehend
English speech.

2. Improve students’
vocabulary, pronunciation,
and oral grammar in
English.

3. Introduce students to
“cultural” conversation cues,
such as speech patterns,
expressions, slang, body
language, etc.

Most importantly, a strong
emphasis will be placed on
creating a positive learning
environment in which
students are not afraid to
speak English and are not
concerned about making
mistakes in front of their
peers.




To improve communicative
ability in an academic
environment in spoken
English.
General learning goals:
1. Develop students’
confidence in their ability to
speak and comprehend
English speech.
2. Improve students’
vocabulary, pronunciation
and oral grammar in
English.
3. Introduce students to
“cultural” conversation cues
such as speech patterns,
expressions, slang, body
language, appropriateness,
etc.




Improve writing skills in
general and the writing of
academic essays in specific.
General learning goals:

1. Develop students’
confidence in their ability to
write extended prose in
English.

2. Improve students’ written
vocabulary, grammar, and
sentence structure.

3. Introduce students to the
major kinds of academic
essay writing (e.g. narrative,
opinion, compare-contrast)
and more practical forms of
written English (e.g.
literature reviews, business
letters, emails).
The purpose of this course
is to improve the students'
confidence in their ability to
write in English. It will also
improve their vocabulary and
their understanding of essay
structure. The students will
learn to write clear, well-
supported essays with
appropriate thesis
statements, supporting
paragraphs, and concluding
paragraphs. By the end of
this course, the students
should be able to write a
short essay using a variety
of methods of organization.
A competent reader of
English should be able to
perceive an introduction to
the topic, the development of
relevant and related content,
and a conclusion. They will
also become more skilled at
recognising errors in their
own work and that of others.
The content should flow in a
way that makes sense to the
reader. Students will also
come to realize that writing
is not a solitary, but a
collaborative effort, and the
Course Goals
1.Students will gain
confidence in expressing
themselves through formal
writing.
2.Students will develop
their writing skills by working
through the 7 writing traits
(ideas, organization, voice,
word choice, sentence
fluency, conventions, and
presentation).
3.Students will learn and
apply expository essay
styles including informative,
descriptive and persuasive
4.Students will work
through each stage of the
writing process from
developing ideas to writing
and revision, as well as the
peer review process in order
to build skills that will help
them to continue developing
their writing skills after
they’ve completed this
course.
1. Develop students'
confidence in their ability to
write in English
2. Improve students'
vocabulary in English
3. Continue instruction in
sentence-level writing,
including error analysis and
correction
4. Continued improvement in
paragraph unity
5. Provide instruction in
consistency in tense,
person, number, and tone
6. Develop students'
awareness of patterns of
organization (including
comparison/contrast,
process analysis, causal
analysis, description, etc.)
7. Develop students' ability
to revise and edit their own
and others' writing
8. Introduce students to
outlining
9. Introduce students to the
proper use of source
information
10. Introduce students to
basic formal essay structure
(including introduction, body,
and conclusion paragraphs)
General learning goals:

1. Develop students’
confidence in their ability to
write extended prose in
English.

2. Improve students’ written
vocabulary, grammar, and
sentence structure.

3. Introduce students to the
major kinds of academic
essay writing (e.g. narrative,
opinion, compare-contrast)
and more practical forms of
written English (e.g.
literature reviews, business
letters, emails).




Improve writing skills in
general and the writing of
academic essays in specific.
The purpose of this course
is to improve the students'
confidence in their ability to
write in English. It will also
improve their vocabulary and
their understanding of essay
structure. The students will
learn to write clear, well-
supported essays with
appropriate thesis
statements, supporting
paragraphs, and concluding
paragraphs. By the end of
this course, the students
should be able to write a
short essay using a variety
of methods of organization.
A competent reader of
English should be able to
perceive an introduction to
the topic, the development of
relevant and related content,
and a conclusion. They will
also become more skilled at
recognising errors in their
own work and that of others.
The content should flow in a
way that makes sense to the
reader. Students will also
come to realize that writing
is not a solitary, but a
collaborative effort, and the
Course Goals
1.Students will gain
confidence in expressing
themselves through formal
writing.
2.Students will develop
their writing skills by working
through the 7 writing traits
(ideas, organization, voice,
word choice, sentence
fluency, conventions, and
presentation).
3.Students will learn and
apply expository essay
styles including informative,
descriptive and persuasive
4.Students will work
through each stage of the
writing process from
developing ideas to writing
and revision, as well as the
peer review process in order
to build skills that will help
them to continue developing
their writing skills after
they’ve completed this
course.
1. Develop students'
confidence in their ability to
write in English
2. Improve students'
vocabulary in English
3. Continue instruction in
sentence-level writing,
including error analysis and
correction
4. Continued improvement in
paragraph unity
5. Provide instruction in
consistency in tense,
person, number, and tone
6. Develop students'
awareness of patterns of
organization (including
comparison/contrast,
process analysis, causal
analysis, description, etc.)
7. Develop students' ability
to revise and edit their own
and others' writing
8. Introduce students to
outlining
9. Introduce students to the
proper use of source
information
10. Introduce students to
basic formal essay structure
(including introduction, body,
and conclusion paragraphs)
In exercises with nursery
rhymes, in memorizing and
reciting poems and by
rewriting known poems,
students will experience a
playful way of language
learning. Poems by notable
German-speaking authors
will serve as instruments of
improving language skills.

Durch Lesen und Vorlesen
von Gedichten, durch
spielerisches Umdichten und
Weiterschreiben, durch
Auswendiglernen und
Rezitation werden
grundlegende Kenntnisse
und Beherrschung der
Aussprache, des Rhythmus
und der Prosodieder
deutschen Sprache
erworben. Ausgehend von
einfachen Kindergedichten,
uber Gedichte der
klassischen Zeit (z. B.
Balladen) bis zu leicht
verstaendlicher neuerer
Lyrik werden dabei
unterschiedliche
Gedichtformen einbezogen.

Visits, meetings,
negotiations, natural
calamities,
economic/political news;
social meetings: strikes,
political opposition etc.,
weather forecast.




Impact on the standard
spoken form of the Russian
language, practical usage of
different types of speaking
activities that also include
real type situations.
Analytical reading, text
composition parsing,
resulting in a conslusive part
arrangement.
The course will depict the
Russian folklore though the
linguistic means represented
in the textbook.




1.By the end of the course,
students should have a clear
understanding of the state of
contemporary Christian
missions.
2.They should be able to
identify the challenges
(도전)facing Christian
missions today.


1. By the end of the course,
students should have a clear
understanding of the
essential features of
Christianity and of the major
religions of the world.
2. They should be able to
identify the main differences,
and sources of conflict,
between Christianity and
major religions of the world.
The goals of this class are to
enable students to
communicate effectively and
with confidence about their
own culture in English. It is
hoped that by the end of the
course students will have
significantly improved their
practical knowledge of
English grammar and usage,
significantly broadened their
specialist vocabulary for
Korean culture, increased
their familiarity with the
world's major romanization
systems for the Korean
language, developed
confidence and fluency in
the use of English for
conversation, reading,
composition and
presentation.


이 강의로 학생들이 교육과
경제 사이에 있는 연결을
이해 하고 분석 할 수 있다.
특히 경제학 기초, 교육과
인적자원 개발, 교육의
생산합수, 교사 노동시장,
교육과 사회구조에 대해
배운다.
This course guides students
in becoming more
comfortable with the
academic approach to
education studes and
eveloping their personal
views on the field of
education.
1.Review and analyze the
work of philosophers of Early
Childhood Education.
2.Understand the
educational philosophy that
is based on current
development of Early
Childhood Education.
3.Explore historical ideas
that became the foundation
of current educational
programs and teaching
methods.
4.Explore various teaching
methods.
5.Examine ones point of
view on early childhood
education through historical
review of education.




1.Demonstrate
understanding of the stages
of physical growth of
children, and practices which
meet their changing needs.
2.Demonstrate proficiency
in planning positive health
routines for children within
the framework of an early
childhood program.
3.Demonstrate proficiency
in planning child centered
activities to promote
conceptual understanding in
children of self care in the
areas of health, safety, and
nutrition.
This course will focus on the
following objectives:

Students will be able to write
clear paragraphs for a
variety of purposes
Students will be able to
organize ideas quickly and
write within a given time
frame
Students will work on
developing writing fluency
Students will work on
developing grammatical
accuracy
Students will work on
developing genre
appropriateness

This course will lead
students toward
accomplishing the following
objectives:

Students will read academic
texts in English.
Students will extract relevant
information from those
texts.
Students will read quickly
and use a number of reading
strategies.
Students will manage their
own vocabulary learning.

This course is designed to
help students gain a clear
understanding of methods of
teaching reading and writing
and practice creating
lessons and adapting
lessons to the needs of
various student populations.




The goal of this course is to
make students more
comfortable with speaking
English and with interacting
with foreigners.
This class focuses on
practical daily conversation.
Equipping students with
practical, marketable
language English speaking
skills is a primary objective
of this course. Emphasis is
on clear, simple verbal
communication and correct
use of vocabulary.




By the end of this course,
students should be able to:

1) be comfortable with
common speech acts in
English conversation,
including starting and ending
a conversation, making a
request, telling a story, and
arguing a point of view
2) gain experience and be
confident in public
speaking
3) strengthen their overall
speaking proficiency and
communication skills
4) be familiar with various
types of presentations
5) learn the essential
elements in constructing
presentations
6) learn techniques in how to
create and use effective
visual aids
7) learn how to incorporate
technology tools in their
presentations to
complement their language
skills
The goals of this course are
to make students more
comfortable with proper
writing (and speaking) in
English and with interacting
with a foreigner professor.




To improve students' English
writing ability.



Equipping students with a
solid foundation in basic
English writing is a primary
goal of this course.
Emphasis is on creating
short, clear, and simple
sentences free of errors as
well as the correct use of
articles. Students will learn
how to write short perfect
sentences and then short
perfects paragraphs. By the
end of the course the
student should be able to
produce a short written
report in English (three
paragraphs minimum) that
effectively conveys
information about various
topics.
Equipping students with
practical, marketable
language English speaking
skills is a primary objective
of this course. Emphasis is
on clear, simple verbal
communication and correct
use of vocabulary.




The course is designed to
develop strategic
conversation skills. These
skills will help the student
start a conversation and
keep the conversation going
until it continues to its
natural end.
The course is designed to
develop strategic
conversation skills. These
skills will help the student
start a conversation and
keep the conversation going
until it continues to its
natural end.
The goals of this course are
to improve student's
conversational abilities,
teach students how to speak
and converse correctly in
English, looking not only at
structure but also at cross-
cultural communication.
Students will learn and use
discussion expressions and
increase their vocabulary
(including TOEFL/TOEIC
vocabulary).
The goals of this course are
to improve student's
conversational abilities,
teach students how to speak
and converse correctly in
English, looking not only at
structure but also at cross-
cultural communication.
Students will learn and use
discussion expressions and
increase their vocabulary
(including TOEFL/TOEIC
vocabulary).


By taking this course,
students will have
knowledge base about
international trade-related
issues;
(1) why many countries
engage in international
trade?
(2) the concept of
comparative advantage and
gains from trade,
(3) how the trade pattern be
determined?
(4) the relationship between
international trade and
income distribution,
(5) why economies of scale
matter in international
trade?
(6) why and in what cases
international price
discrimination (dumping)
occurs?
(7) product differentiation
and intra-industry trade.

In particular, the expected
outcomes of the course
are
(1)Growth of knowledge in
international trade;
(2) Developing logical way of
이 과목을 수강한 학생들은
다양한 통계의 종류 및
성격을 이해하고 이를
정리하고 표현하는 방법과
통계에 대한 기초적인 지식을
배양하며
이들 통계를 분석하고 활용할
수 있는 능력을 가지게 될
것으로 기대함

특히, 다음의 학습효과를
기대함
통계 이론의 습득 및 이를
활용 능력
논리적인 사고방식
창의적이고 적극적인
발표력과
팀웍을 통한 과업 성취 능력



The primary goal of this
class is to understand in
English the basic concepts
on how foreign exchange
rate is determined in the
markets but also why
governments intervene in
the markets. The selected
textbook will provide basic
theories, and extra materal
is expected to help students
applying thoeries in the
textbook to the real world.
Eventually, this class
encourages students to
awaken the natural curiosity
on foreign exchange
markets for satisfying it
afterwards.



The purpose of this course
is to examine principles of
contract law that form an
essential aspect of the legal
environment of domestic
and international business
activities. (And therefore, it
is strongly recommended for
those who plan to take
International Commercial
Law offered in Spring
Semester 2013)
Since Law and Business are
inextricably related as law
defines the boundaries for
business and business
affects the changes in law, a
number of topics at the
intersection of law and
business are to be
discussed for this course
with a view to equipping the
students with an essential
understanding of how law
and business interact with
each other, as law defines
the boundaries for business
and business affects the
changes in law.

Since Law and Business are
inextricably related as law
defines the boundaries for
business and business
affects the changes in law, a
number of topics at the
intersection of law and
business are to be
discussed for this course
with a view to equipping the
students with an essential
understanding of how law
and business interact with
each other, as law defines
the boundaries for business
and business affects the
changes in law.

This course is intended to
help the students in
developing strategies and
techniques for formulating
and delivering good oral
presentations. The students
will learn to organize and
communicate their ideas.
They will learn the key
factors contributing to a
good presentation, then
apply these factors in one
presentation of their own.
The students will also learn
to evaluate the presentations
based on clarity and
effectiveness, as well as
content.
Vision: College of Business
Administration will become a
top 10 business school in
Korea by 2020.
Mission: College of
Business Administration will
cultivate ethical professional
managers to meet the
challenges of glocalization.


At the completion of the
course, the student should
be able to:
1. Define the role of
operations and supply chain
in an organization and its
interactions with business
functions in the
organization
2. Use descriptive and
optimization models and
incorporate cost drivers to
improve general business
decision making
3. Identify issues in
inventories and resources
for an organization and use
basic models to improve its
management
Vision: College of Business
Administration will become a
top 10 business school in
Korea by 2020.
Mission: College of
Business Administration will
cultivate ethical professional
managers to meet the
challenges of glocalization.


At the completion of the
course, the student should
be able to:
1. Develop the capacity to
think strategically about an
organization, its present
business position, resources
and competitive capabilities,
and opportunities for gaining
sustainable competitive
advantage
2. Have hands-on
experience in crafting
business strategy, reasoning
carefully about strategic
options, using what-if
analysis to evaluate action
alternatives, and making
sound strategic decisions
3. Consider how to
effectively implement plans
This course will cover the
discussions over the brief
history of Multinationals,
including the axis of
behavioral motivations of the
Gobal people.It will be
continued for the
contemporary issues of
Global society, so that
foreign students would be
able to understand the down
deep seeds and needs of
Global customers.

The terminal objectives of
this course is, thus, to
provide the students with the
ability of investigating and
adjusting toward a new
business environment of
foreign societies for a better
marketing management.
(1) Learning major theories,
techniques, and cases of
human resource
management (HRM)
(2) Enhancing problem-
solving abilities and
creativity through the
identification of real
problems, the application of
theories, the search for
solutions regarding HRM
(3) Increasing logical
thinking and communication
skill through understanding
and discussion
(4) Nuturing business
leaders with glocal, rational,
practical, and open mind
through the above
educational goals

경영대학 비전은 2020년
국내 10대 경영대학으로
도약이다. 이를 위한
교육미션은 세방화에
부응하는 윤리적
전문경영인의 양성이다.
다양한 문제해결능력을 지닌
실천적 비즈니스 리더의
육성, 글로컬 감각을 지닌
개방적 비즈니스 리더의
육성, 합리성을 지닌 도덕적
비즈니스 리더의 육성이
교육목표이다.

Followig those education
objectivess, this course tries
to make you have solid
mathematical background,
which can be useful to
understand business
academics and world.
Upon completion of this
course the student will be
able to:
1) Cost products using
various costing methods
2) Perform cost-volume-
profit analysis
3) Understand the aspects
of management decision
making
4) Understand master
budgets and its various
components
5) Evaluate company
performance utilizing
standard costs and flexible
budgets

Additionally, the course is
designed to:
1) Improve self-confidence,
written & oral communication
skills
2) Facilitate the ability of
students to work in groups
3) Improve analytical &
critical thinking skills
4) Improve the student's
ability to be independent self-
motivators
5) Expose students to “real
world” workplace
Upon completion of this
course the student will be
able to:
1) Effectively use accounting
vocabulary introduced in this
course
2) Recognize the legal and
ethical issues affecting
financial reporting
3) Identify, analyze,
journalize, and process
relevant business
transactions
4) Prepare the four Basic
Financial Statements
5) Analyze financial
statements using ratios

Additionally, the course is
designed to:
1) Improve self-confidence,
written and oral
communication skills
2) Facilitate the ability of
students to work in groups
3) Improve analytical &
critical thinking skills
4) Improve the student's
ability to be independent self-
motivators
5) Expose students to “real
world” workplace
Upon completion of this
course the student will be
able to:
1) Cost products using
various costing methods
2) Perform cost-volume-
profit analysis
3) Understand the aspects
of management decision
making
4) Understand master
budgets and its various
components
5) Evaluate company
performance utilizing
standard costs and flexible
budgets

Additionally, the course is
designed to:
1) Improve self-confidence,
written & oral communication
skills
2) Facilitate the ability of
students to work in groups
3) Improve analytical &
critical thinking skills
4) Improve the student's
ability to be independent self-
motivators
5) Expose students to “real
world” workplace
Upon completion of this
course the student will be
able to:
1) Understand the purpose
and various aspects of
financial reporting
2) Understand the
importance of and need for
financial reporting
standards
3) Understand the
importance of financial
information in decision
making
4) Understand how to
account for and report
specific items on the
financial statements
5) Understand how to
analyze financial
information

Additionally, the course is
designed to:
1) Improve self-confidence,
written & oral communication
skills
2) Facilitate the ability of
students to work in groups
3) Improve analytical &
critical thinking skills
4) Improve the student's
Upon completion of this
course the student will be
able to:
1) Effectively use accounting
vocabulary introduced in this
course
2) Recognize the legal and
ethical issues affecting
financial reporting
3) Identify, analyze,
journalize, and process
relevant business
transactions
4) Prepare the four Basic
Financial Statements
5) Analyze financial
statements using ratios

Additionally, the course is
designed to:
1) Improve self-confidence,
written and oral
communication skills
2) Facilitate the ability of
students to work in groups
3) Improve analytical &
critical thinking skills
4) Improve the student's
ability to be independent self-
motivators
5) Expose students to “real
world” workplace
Upon completion of this
course the student will be
able to:
1) Cost products using
various costing methods
2) Perform cost-volume-
profit analysis
3) Understand the aspects
of management decision
making
4) Understand master
budgets and its various
components
5) Evaluate company
performance utilizing
standard costs and flexible
budgets

Additionally, the course is
designed to:
1) Improve self-confidence,
written & oral communication
skills
1) Improve self-confidence,
written & oral communication
skills
2) Facilitate the ability of
students to work in groups
3) Improve analytical &
critical thinking skills
4) Improve the student's
ability to be independent self-
Upon completion of this
course the student will be
able to:
1) Understand the purpose
and various aspects of
financial reporting
2) Understand the
importance of and need for
financial reporting
standards
3) Understand the
importance of financial
information in decision
making
4) Understand how to
account for and report
specific items on the
financial statements
5) Understand how to
analyze financial
information

Additionally, the course is
designed to:
1) Improve self-confidence,
written & oral communication
skills
2) Facilitate the ability of
students to work in groups
3) Improve analytical &
critical thinking skills
4) Improve the student's
The goals of this course are
three-fold. First, students
will be able to understand
what business transactions
occur in the reality and how
information is being
processed in the transaction.
Second, students will be
able to learn how to process
the information for the
purpose of storing and
retrieval. Third, students will
be able to build a small
information systems for the
transation processing.




Upon successful completion
of the requirements for this
course, students will be able
to:
? Understand the
foundations of e-business
strategies
? Understand the business
implications of using
Internet
? Develop team, time
management and
researching skills
? Develop evaluation and
critical analysis abilities
경영대학의 비전: 2020년
국내 10대 경영대학으로
도약
경영대학의 미션: 세방화에
부응하는 윤리적
전문경영인으로 양성
경영대학의 교육목표: POM
Keimyung Business
School
                - 다양한
문제 해결능력을 갖춘 실천적
비즈니스 리더의 육성
                - 글로컬
감각을 지닌 개방적 비즈니스
리더의 육성
                - 합리성을
지닌 도덕적 비즈니스 리더의
육성
경영정보학과의 교육목표:
                - IT를
활용하여 경쟁우위를
창출하는 글로벌 비즈니스
리더 양성
                -
정보시스템을 구축하고
관리하는 전문인력 양성
                - e-
비즈니스와 IT벤처 창업을
선도하는 전문인력 양성
과목목표: 과목개요에 언급한
바와 같이, 본 과목에서는
수강생들에게
경영대학의 비젼: 2020년
국내 10대 경영대학으로
도약
경영대학의 미션: 세방화에
부응하는 윤리적
전문경영인으로 육성
경영대학의 교육목표: POM
Keimyung University
      - 다양한 문제해결
능력을 갖춘 실천적 비즈니스
리더의 육성              - 글로컬
감각을 지닌 개방적 비즈니스
리더의 육성
      - 합리성을 지닌 도덕적
비즈니스 리더의 육성
경영정보학과의 교육목표: -
IT를 활용하여 경쟁우위를
창출하는 글로벌 비즈니스
리더 양성
      - 정보시스템을
구축하고 관리하는 전문인력
양성             - e-비즈니스와
IT벤처 창업을 선도하는
전문인력 양성
본과목에서는 정보시스템의
개발 및 실행에 필요한
방안을 교수하기 위하여 본
과목에서는 수강생들에게
전통적인
시스템개발수명주기
(SDLC)에 입각한
정보시스템 개발 및 실행
Upon successful completion
of the requirements for this
course, students will be able
to:
? Understand the
foundations of e-business
strategies
? Understand the business
implications of using
Internet
? Develop team, time
management and
researching skills
? Develop evaluation and
critical analysis abilities
Students will be able to
Define and apply key
marketing concepts and
strategies within various
settings and components of
the entertainment
enterprise
Discuss key entertainment
marketing principles and
theory
Prioritize different marketing
concepts and apply them to
student life and career
planning
Learn how movies and
television content are
produced and marketed in
the business world

Students are expected to:
have confidence to produce
a quality news program on
your own
Understand the importance
of perseverance and
commitment in news
production
Learn that experience is just
as important as talent in
news reporting.
Be aware that TV news
prioritizes visual images
over scripts.
Know that news can be
more entertaining than any
entertainment programs.
This course will consist of
lecture, discussions,
presentation and English
speech. Class participation
is strongly recommended.
Students can learn from
class discussion as much as
reading books. If you do not
hone your speaking ability
after reading books, your
overall growth will be
minimal

Students are expected to
Revisit the basics of English
grammar, vocabulary,
pronunciation and
conversation skills.
Understand that learning
English can be fun and
provide you with rewarding
experiences.
Speak English to express
ideas & intentions in your
daily conversation and public
speech.
Have the opportunity to
study great speech scripts
and learn how to make an
impressive speech
Improve their perseverance
and sprit of challenge




The objectives of this course
are:

1. Develop an understanding
of how the Internet works.
2. Become familiar with
various Internet
applications.
3. Gain hands-on experience
in using popular Internet
applications and WWW
publishing tools.
The objectives of this course
are:

1. Become familiar with
basic programming
concepts.
2. Learn the basics of Perl
and CGI.
3. Gain hands-on
experiences in creating
dynamic and interactive
Web content.




1. Students will gain a
conceptual understanding of
the logic and assumptions
underlying statistical
inference and skills in the
application of a number of
specific univariate and
bivariate statistical methods
to answer a variety of
research question.
2. Students will gain
competence in reading and
interpreting computer
printouts and reporting the
results of basic statistical
analyses.
3. Students will gain basic
operating skills in utilizing
the SPSS for Windows
statistical package in
conducting statistical
analyses.
1. To increase students'
general speaking skills and
confidence in speaking.
2. To increase students'
"debate" and "discussion"
and "interview" skills.
3. To increase students'
critical thinking skills.
4. To increase students'
awareness of issues in
public service.
5. To increase students'
vocabulary in areas of public
service.
6. To increase students' use
of the style of speech
(register and genre)
appropriate for educated
users of English.


To Improve Students'--
(a) general reading
comprehension
(b) test-taking skills
(c) awareness of PA issues
as presented in English




1. To increase students'
general speaking skills and
confidence in speaking.
2. To increase students'
"debate" and "discussion"
and "interview" skills.
3. To increase students'
critical thinking skills.
4. To increase students'
awareness of issues in
public service.
5. To increase students'
vocabulary in areas of public
service.
6. To increase students' use
of the style of speech
(register and genre)
appropriate for educated
users of English.
Through the use of real-
world case studies, legal
analysis, and criminological
research, students will
understand the nature,
causes and effects of white
collar creime. Students will
learn how and why such
crimes occur, how they differ
from "street crimes," how
such crimes are addressed
through the law, and how
they can be prevented.


The goals of this course
are:

1) To understand the history,
courts and substantive laws
forming the basis of
contemporary international
criminal law
2) To understand the
practice of international legal
cooperation in criminal law
2) To critically assess the
successes and failures of
international criminal law




The goals of this course
include:

1) Understanding the
nature, causes, effects and
magnitude of crime in
Western and Korean society

2) Developing critical-
thinking skills that will enable
thoughtful evaluation of
contemporary solutions to
the problem of crime
3) Encouraging creative yet
practical approaches to
preventing crime
he main purpose is
to prepare a student to write,
read, speak and understand
listening
to a mathematical talk or
article in English.




To provide students with
basic principles of
Biochemistry.




Cource of this class is
designed to perform
theorotical organic chemistry
in practical way.

Cource of this class is
designed to perform
theorotical organic chemistry
in practical way.

To allow the student to study
in depth areas of the
chemistry that are not
covered in the regular
chemistry course offerings.
The use of radiation in
modern biology is essential.
In particular, life sciences.
Different countries had
already enacted laws at the
national level as well as
internationally to manage the
certification is a reality. Most
contries consider the
radiation experiments will be
equipped with essential
safety measures and
education related to the field,
which we aim to teach.



Understanding the different
ways how the plants function
and to understand the
meaning and mystery of
plant life. To learn about the
energy flow, which is most
essential for the existance of
human life.

The use of plant breeding
techniques in modern
biology is essential. In
particular, for crop
improvement and to reduce
the non-availability of
enough quality food. Most
contries consider plant
breeding experiments as a
key method in plant
improvement and through
years it has helped the
mankind to reduce death
due to lack of enough food.
Plant breeding enables a
society to live better.
The purpose of this class is
to learn the necessary
issues whic have to be
considered during designing
an automated production
line. The laboratory
experiments are oriented to
start from the beginning and
to design a circuit to perform
certain tasks.

The purpose of this class is
to learn the necessary
issues whic have to be
considered during designing
an automated production
line. The laboratory
experiments are oriented to
start from the beginning and
to design a circuit to perform
certain tasks.

The purpose of this class is
to learn the necessary
issues whic have to be
considered during designing
an automated production
line. The laboratory
experiments are oriented to
start from the beginning and
to design a circuit to perform
certain tasks.
Organic chemistry is the
chemistry field of materials
which are composed of
carbon. The aim of this
course is to provide basic
knowledge about organic
chemistry for chemical
engineering students. It
emphasizes the study of
chemistry of carbon
compounds and their
properties, structures,
reactions and reaction
mechanisms. The students
will learn also how this
knowledge can be utilized
for the field of chemical
engineering.
The goal of this course is to
teach the importance of
energy engineering in
essential english language
skills.
The goal of this course is to
teach the importance of
applied chemistry in
essential english language
skills.
Given a simulated
situations/case studies
involving high risk and sick
children, the students should
be able to:
1. enhance their knowledge
on the nature and
characteristics of various
health problems affecting
children (newborn to
adolescence stage)
2. Explain the disease
process as well as the
treatment of common
problems of sick children
3. Utilize the nursing process
in providing holistic care to
pediatric clients and their
families by:
  a. Assessing the client's
health condition and risk
factors affecting health
  b. Identifyying actual/at risk
nursing diagnosis
  c. Formulating plan of care
with clients/family for
appropriate interventions to
address the health
problems
  d. Implement appropriate
interventions for identified
problems
Given a simulated nursing
scenarios, the students
should be able to:
1. develop self-awareness
and self-concept for an
effective nurse-client
relationship
2. explain with confidence
and accuracy the principles
of communication
3. recognize the appropriate
use of verbal and non verbal
communication
4. demonstrate effective and
therapeutic communication
skills
5. identify the significance of
understanding cross-cultural
communication
6. show competence in
cross-cultural
communication
7. appreciate the ethical
consideration and
developmental needs during
the process of relating with
clients/individuals
8. express themselves and
relate with common social
and global issues affecting
nursing profession

1) Students demonstrate
leadership skills necessary
to manage nursing units
2) Students understand and
explain nursign budget
system.
3) Students collaborate with
health care professionals to
improve patients' health.
4) Students understand and
provide therapeutic
environments for providing
care unit management.
5) Studnets get professional,
ethical and legal
responsbility for patients/
health.
6) Grovalization, nursing
care is required in the
information age, and can
discuss policy issues
Given a simulated nursing
scenarios, the students
should be able to:
1. develop self-awareness
and self-concept for an
effective nurse-client
relationship
2. explain with confidence
and accuracy the principles
of communication
3. recognize the appropriate
use of verbal and non verbal
communication
4. demonstrate effective and
therapeutic communication
skills
5. identify the significance of
understanding cross-cultural
communication
6. show competence in
cross-cultural
communication
7. appreciate the ethical
consideration and
developmental needs during
the process of relating with
clients/individuals
8. express themselves and
relate with common social
and global issues affecting
nursing profession


 Based on understand
identity and awareness of
print for fashion market and
trend. Research should be
inspirational and reflect
your way of working and
intensive design
developments are
investigated colour, texture,
proportion, scale, format,
base cloths and finishing.
Produce an innovative print
collection for fashion and
present in a style.
 Comprehend textile design
of sourcing and identification
for Producing innovative
collections. Research should
be inspirational and reflect
your way of working and
intensive design
developments are
investigated motif, colour,
texture, proportion, scale,
format, base cloths and
finishing. Present of your
works in a style.


 Comprehend textile design
of sourcing and identification
for Producing innovative
collections. Research should
be inspirational and reflect
your way of working and
intensive design
developments are
investigated motif, colour,
texture, proportion, scale,
format, base cloths and
finishing. Present of your
works in a style.

지금까지 배워온
텍스타일디자인을 어패럴,
홈, 인테리어 등의 디자인
특성에 맞추어 디자인컨셉에
맞는 자신의 포트폴리오
제작을 한다.
 Based on understand
identity and awareness of
print for textiles market and
trend. Research should be
inspirational and reflect your
way of working and intensive
design developments are
investigated colour, texture,
proportion, scale, format and
finishing. Produce an
innovative print collections
and present in a style.
The overall objective of this
course is to introduce
students to concepts
underlying consumption
culture, examine everyday
occurrences of human
relationship with commodity
using sociological,
philosophical,
anthropological and literary
tools.




The overall objective of this
course for student to have
knowledge of the
psychological, economical
and social implications of
housing on families and
understand how housing
enhances family’s quality of
life. Studente will be able to
Identify and understand
housing problems
shortages, homeless,
overcrowding and
affordability in Korea.




At the end of this course
student will:
create and edit basic
Microsoft Office Excel
worksheets and workbooks
gain the skills necessary to
create, edit, format, and print
basic Microsoft? Office
Excel 2003 worksheets.
open SPSS for Windows,
enter data, save files, print
files & perform descriptive
simple statistical analyses
know the difference between
Excel and SPSS.
The overall goal of this
course is to introduce
students to concepts
underlying global consumer
behaviour and how these
concepts are applied in and
influence global marketing
strategies. At the end of this
course student will
understand and apply
concepts used in global
consumer behaviour,
critically analyze and
evaluate local and global
trends in consumer
behaviour and apply to
marketing of a world brand,
product or service, and
complete assignments that
demonstrate knowledge of
global consumer behaviour
concepts and analytical skills
in cross-cultural analysis.



1. Understand fundamental
theory of IPA
2. Understand of a
characteristic of English
3. Distiction of between
American and British diction,
colloquial and contemporary
literature diction.
4. Expression of perfect
diction in singing and apply
to their own nuance in
songs.


The goal of this course is to
strengthen students' English
language ability to enhance
professional development in
the international context.
By the end of class, you
will
1. Understand a basic
history of fabric and its
use.
2. Experiment with new
techniques for manipulating
fabric.
3. Be able to recognize
different fabrics by the
quality of the fibers.
4. Learn how to crochet.




By the end of class, you
will
1. Understand a basic
history of fabric and its
use.
2. Experiment with new
techniques for manipulating
fabric.
3. Be able to recognize
different fabrics by the
quality of the fibers.
4. Learn how to crochet.




1. To study and use the
elements and principles of
design.
2. To be able to work from
an idea to a finished
product.
3. To learn how to critique,
both individually and
group.
4. To work as a group.
5. To create a research
notebook with ideas for
future use.
1. To study and use the
elements and principles of
design.
2. To be able to work from
an idea to a finished
product.
3. To learn how to critique,
both individually and
group.
4. To work as a group.
5. To create a research
notebook with ideas for
future use.

It is hoped that each student
shall, through their
experience in this course,
raise their personal level of
expertise in the expressive
use of B&W silver capture
and printing materials with
specific emphasis on the
interrelationships of
exposure, contrast controls,
emulsions, developers,
toners,and after toners. Most
importantly, it is desired that
the student will apply these
skills to their own work.
It is hoped that each student
shall, through their
experience in this course,
raise their personal level of
expertise in the expressive
use of B&W silver capture
and printing materials with
specific emphasis on the
interrelationships of
exposure, contrast controls,
emulsions, developers,
toners,and after toners. Most
importantly, it is desired that
the student will apply these
skills to their own work.




a.Study basic and
advanced three-dimensional
drawing methods,
b.Develop a complete
understanding of the
common animation and
rendering capabilities of
Sketch-Up,
c.Learn how to create
presentation quality
documents from Sketch-Up.
a.Study basic and
advanced three-dimensional
drawing methods,
b.Develop a complete
understanding of the
common animation and
rendering capabilities of
Sketch-Up,
c.Learn how to create
presentation quality
documents from Sketch-Up.
a.Final project program
creation, development, and
completion,
b.Intense program
research, problem analysis,
and creation of professional
solutions,
c.Complete documentation
of final project.
To provide the essential
skills and knowledge of the
technical aspects of clothing
construction for the fashion
industry.
To realize alternative
creative outcomes by
drawing inspiration and
generating ideas from the
Zeitgiest (Spirit of the Times)
in the development of
Artwear through
experimental techniques and
processes. To develop an
understanding, based on a
theme, of how to select and
create appropriate materials
and construction methods
for the design process of
Artwear.
To provide the essential
skills and knowledge of the
technical aspects of
patternmaking for the
fashion industry. To develop
a basic set of slopers,
understand pattern
manipulation and how these
techniques enhance the
creative design process.




1. Learn terms and concepts
of fashion retailing.
2. Explore important issues
and trends in the fashion
retail industry.
3. Build a knowledge base of
diverse aspects of fashion
retailing.
4. Develop meaningful
implications for the fashion
retail industry.
At the end of the semester,
the student should:
1.Learn and understand
the standard
recommendations to
technical officials
2.Memorize the basic
vocabularies of all technical
officials in a match.
3.Know the duties and
responsibilities of all
technical officials in a
match.
4.Learn how to use the
score sheet of badminton
5.Learn the laws of the
sport in singles and
doubles
6.Apply the knowledge in
practice and competition.




At the end of the course, the
student should be able to:
1. Understand basic
concepts Leisure and
Recreation needed in
human life
2. Identify the different
system of Leisure and
Recreation program's
running around the world
3. Understand International
Leisure and Recreation
Study and importance of
Ecological Tourism
4. Socio-Economic Analysis
of Sports and other
recreation activities in the
world
5. Get acquainted with world
wide Therapeutic and Health
Care Tourism for Recreation
and leisure
The purpose of the course is
to enable students to
develop the knowledge,
skills, and attitudes
necessary to understand the
variety of factors related to
taekwondo competition and
performance.

This course has been
designed to provide the
necessary skills for planning,
analysis and reporting of
research work. It teaches
core research skills, which
are required for any scientific
project as well as a range of
communication skills.

To introduce basic concepts
and applications of
knowledge of physical
growth and development in
relation to taekwondo
training and competition.
1.Explain the growth of the
sport industry and the
fundamental process of
marketing sport.

2.Explain unique aspects of
managing sport service
products in comparison with
managing tangible products
(e.g., golf club, shoes, bike
and etc).

3.Conduct a SWOT analysis
on cases of sport marketing.


4.Define and utilize the
terminology and theories
applicable to sport
marketing.



The objective of the course
is to create a discussion
about what is possible with
game development. The
couse will concentrate on
the students writing research
style documentsand proper
referencing.
Students will learn
fundamentals of linear
algebra such subjects as
coordinate systems,
trigonometry, vectors and
vector operations,
barycenters, representations
of lines and planes, linear
transformations, matrices,
and affine transformations.




This course intends to
provide with students an
understanding of kinematics,
Newton’s laws of motion,
conservations of
energy/momentum,
rotational dynamics/static
equilibrium, and gravitation,
as well as development of
critical thinking and problem
solving skills.
Through this course,
students will be able to
understand:

- OpenGL programming with
GUI tools
- 3D graphics algorithms
- Computer Animation
- Rendering technique
- Advanced image
manipulation & processing


Through this course,
students will learn

- How to programming with
Processing
- How to making a game
- Team work-based project


에 대하여 배운다.




The Xcode aspect of the
course introduces the
development environment,
management of projects and
graphically debugging the
source code. Students will
also learn about the iOS
Simulator and how to
simulate execution on a Mac
rather than a physical
iPhone or iPad. Students will
also learn how to analyze
data in order to optimize
their applications. The
Interface Builder, part of the
iOS SDK will also be
introduced as a method of
constructing user
interfaces.

The students should be
comfortable with the Maya
authoring suite and this
course should allow the
student to then learn more
on their own.
If an actor studies all the
main principles of theatrical
biomechanics in detail it will
enable him not only to get a
clear idea of the main rules
of stage movement in the
theatre, using actor's
"material" in acting , but also
to find out other levels of
information: for example, the
mechanism of producing
energy.

- to create the performance’s
atmosphere by music,
- to create the theatre image
of role,
- to set the pace and rhythm
of the performance and
role,
- to work with different
theatre genres and styles.




1.Ability to create the
theatre atmosphere and
state yourself in cheerful,
active and energetic
condition,
2.Art of controlling
oneself,
3.Win the constraint and
tension to acquire the inter
peace and freedom,
4.Create meaningful
movement and body
intelligence.
5.Development of the
ability to express the
lightness, beauty, sense of
form and compliment of
one's movement, words and
emotional experience,
?Make one's body a wise,
agility, flexibility, corporality
of the idea and thought
To improve the Department
of Music Production
students' individual digital
piano skills as well as their
ensemble performance
techniques by teaching them
piano chord progressions,
scales, melodies and
improvisational techniques

뮤직프로덕션과 학생들에게
필요한 피아노 코드진행,
스케일, 멜로디, 즉흥방법 등
다양한 건반 테크닉들을
지도하여 개인실력은
물론 합주 테크닉까지 향상
시키고자 한다.




1. Integration of
understanding of basic
pharmacy courses
2. Improvement of oral
presentation in English
3. Extend knowledge of drug
design and therapy
Cancer is a debilitating
disease that still imposes a
huge health and economic
burden throughout the world.
The number of new cancer
cases, which was recorded
as about 3 million in the year
2000, is expected to be 7.1
million by the year 2020. The
global cancer mortality is
also projected to be doubled
in the next 50 years. Such
alarming statistics have
revitalized our ever-lost war
against cancer. Thus,
understanding the biology of
cancer is essential for
developing new
chemotherapeutic and/or
chemopreventive agents to
reduce the global burden of
cancer.



To introduce different organs
and systems of human body
and to discuss their role in
the regulation of body
functions.




Cancer is a debilitating
disease that still imposes a
huge health and economic
burden throughout the world.
The number of new cancer
cases, which was recorded
as about 3 million in the year
2000, is expected to be 7.1
million by the year 2020. The
global cancer mortality is
also projected to be doubled
in the next 50 years. Such
alarming statistics have
revitalized our ever-lost war
against cancer. Thus,
understanding the biology of
cancer is essential for
developing new
chemotherapeutic and/or
chemopreventive agents to
reduce the global burden of
cancer.
To introduce different organs
and systems of human body
and to discuss their role in
the regulation of body
functions.


-To plan and organize a
paper by working through
your writing process
-To benefit from peer
response to your writing
-To identify and
understand the audience
and purpose in writing
-To develop scholarly
research and citation skills
-To adopt appropriate
voice, tone, and level of
formality in your writing
?To edit final drafts for
format, structure, grammar,
and mechanics




-To plan and organize a
paper by working through
your writing process
-To benefit from peer
response to your writing
-To identify and
understand the audience
and purpose in writing
-To develop scholarly
research and citation skills
-To adopt appropriate
voice, tone, and level of
formality in your writing
?To edit final drafts for
format, structure, grammar,
and mechanics
This is an English
conversation course with the
express aim of developing
the student's spoken English
skills. Starting from the first
lesson, students will be
encouraged to actively
participate in class, following
structures provided by the
instructor, in order to
develop their existing
knowledge of English. By the
end of the semester,
students should feel more
comfortable and at ease
communicating in English.



This is an English
conversation course with the
express aim of developing
the student's spoken English
skills. Starting from the first
lesson, students will be
encouraged to actively
participate in class, following
structures provided by the
instructor, in order to
develop upon their existing
knowledge of English. By the
end of the semester,
students should feel more
comfortable and at ease
communicating in English.
This is an English
conversation course with the
express aim of developing
the student's spoken English
skills. Starting from the first
lesson, students will be
encouraged to actively
participate in class, following
structures provided by the
instructor, in order to
develop their existing
knowledge of English. By the
end of the semester,
students should feel more
comfortable and at ease
communicating in English.




This is an English
conversation course with the
express aim of developing
the student's spoken English
skills. Starting from the first
lesson, students will be
encouraged to actively
participate in class, following
structures provided by the
instructor, in order to
develop their existing
knowledge of English. By the
end of the semester,
students should feel more
comfortable and at ease
communicating in English.
This is an English
conversation course with the
express aim of developing
the student's spoken English
skills. Starting from the first
lesson, students will be
encouraged to actively
participate in class, following
structures provided by the
instructor, in order to
develop upon their existing
knowledge of English. By the
end of the semester,
students should feel more
comfortable and at ease
communicating in English.


This English conversation
course has the main
objective of improving
students' spoken English
skills. Students will be
encouraged to participate in
English conversation each
class. The instructor will
provide guidance through
structure and topics. By the
end of the semester,
students should feel more
confident engaging in
converstion in English. They
should also have more tools
with which to communicate:
increased vocabulary and
awareness of useful
expressions.
This is an English
conversation course with the
express aim of developing
the student's spoken English
skills. Starting from the first
lesson, students will be
encouraged to actively
participate in class, following
structures provided by the
instructor, in order to
develop their existing
knowledge of English. By the
end of the semester,
students should feel more
comfortable and at ease
communicating in English.



This is an English
conversation course with the
express aim of developing
the student's spoken English
skills. Starting from the first
lesson, students will be
encouraged to actively
participate in class, following
structures provided by the
instructor, in order to
develop their existing
knowledge of English. By the
end of the semester,
students should feel more
comfortable and at ease
communicating in English.
This is an English
conversation course with the
express aim of developing
the student's spoken English
skills. Starting from the first
lesson students will be
encouraged to actively
participate in class, following
structures provided by the
teacher, in order to develop
upon their existing
knowledge of English. By the
end of the semester
students should feel more
comfortable and at ease
communicating in English.




This is an English
conversation course with the
express aim of developing
the student's spoken English
skills. Starting from the first
lesson, students will be
encouraged to actively
participate in class, following
structures provided by the
instructor, in order to
develop their existing
knowledge of English. By the
end of the semester,
students should feel more
comfortable and at ease
communicating in English.


This is an English
conversation course with the
express aim of developing
the student's spoken English
skills. Starting from the first
lesson, students will be
encouraged to actively
participate in class, following
structures provided by the
instructor, in order to
develop their existing
knowledge of English. By the
end of the semester,
students should feel more
comfortable and at ease
communicating in English.
This is an English
conversation course with the
express aim of developing
the student's spoken English
skills. Starting from the first
lesson, students will be
encouraged to actively
participate in class, following
structures provided by the
instructor, in order to
develop upon their existing
knowledge of English. By the
end of the semester,
students should feel more
comfortable and at ease
communicating in English.


This English conversation
course has the main
objective of improving
students' spoken English
skills. Students will be
encouraged to participate in
English conversation each
class. The instructor will
provide guidance through
structure and topics. By the
end of the semester,
students should feel more
confident engaging in
converstion in English. They
should also have more tools
with which to communicate:
increased vocabulary and
awareness of useful
expressions.

This is an English
conversation course with the
express aim of developing
the student's spoken English
skills. Starting from the first
lesson students will be
encouraged to actively
participate in class, following
structures provided by the
teacher, in order to develop
upon their existing
knowledge of English. By the
end of the semester
students should feel more
comfortable and at ease
communicating in English.
This English conversation
course has the main
objective of improving
students' spoken English
skills. Students will be
encouraged to participate in
English conversation each
class. The instructor will
provide guidance through
structure and topics. By the
end of the semester,
students should feel more
confident engaging in
converstion in English. They
should also have more tools
with which to communicate:
increased vocabulary and
awareness of useful
expressions.



This is an English
conversation course with the
express aim of developing
the student's spoken English
skills. Starting from the first
lesson, students will be
encouraged to actively
participate in class, following
structures provided by the
instructor, in order to
develop their existing
knowledge of English. By the
end of the semester,
students should feel more
comfortable and at ease
communicating in English.



This is an English
conversation course with the
express aim of developing
the student's spoken English
skills. Starting from the first
lesson, students will be
encouraged to actively
participate in class, following
structures provided by the
instructor, in order to
develop upon their existing
knowledge of English. By the
end of the semester,
students should feel more
comfortable and at ease
communicating in English.
This is an English
conversation course with the
express aim of developing
the student's spoken English
skills. Starting from the first
lesson, students will be
encouraged to actively
participate in class, following
structures provided by the
instructor, in order to
develop their existing
knowledge of English. By the
end of the semester,
students should feel more
comfortable and at ease
communicating in English.



This is an English
conversation course with the
express aim of developing
the student's spoken English
skills. Starting from the first
lesson, students will be
encouraged to actively
participate in class, following
structures provided by the
instructor, in order to
develop their existing
knowledge of English. By the
end of the semester,
students should feel more
comfortable and at ease
communicating in English.
This is an English
conversation course with the
express aim of developing
the student's spoken English
skills. Starting from the first
lesson students will be
encouraged to actively
participate in class, following
structures provided by the
teacher, in order to develop
upon their existing
knowledge of English. By the
end of the semester
students should feel more
comfortable and at ease
communicating in English.


This is an English
conversation course with the
express aim of developing
the student's spoken English
skills. Starting from the first
lesson, students will be
encouraged to actively
participate in class, following
structures provided by the
instructor, in order to
develop their existing
knowledge of English. By the
end of the semester,
students should feel more
comfortable and at ease
communicating in English.




This is an English
conversation course with the
express aim of developing
the student's spoken English
skills. Starting from the first
lesson, students will be
encouraged to actively
participate in class, following
structures provided by the
instructor, in order to
develop their existing
knowledge of English. By the
end of the semester,
students should feel more
comfortable and at ease
communicating in English.
This is an English
conversation course with the
express aim of developing
the student's spoken English
skills. Starting from the first
lesson, students will be
encouraged to actively
participate in class, following
structures provided by the
instructor, in order to
develop their existing
knowledge of English. By the
end of the semester,
students should feel more
comfortable and at ease
communicating in English.
This is an English
conversation course with the
express aim of developing
the student's spoken English
skills. Starting from the first
lesson, students will be
encouraged to actively
participate in class, following
structures provided by the
instructor, in order to
develop their existing
knowledge of English. By the
end of the semester,
students should feel more
comfortable and at ease
communicating in English.




This is an English
conversation course with the
express aim of developing
the student's spoken English
skills. Starting from the first
lesson, students will be
encouraged to actively
participate in class, following
structures provided by the
instructor, in order to
develop their existing
knowledge of English. By the
end of the semester,
students should feel more
comfortable and at ease
communicating in English.
This is an English
conversation course with the
express aim of developing
the student's spoken English
skills. Starting from the first
lesson, students will be
encouraged to actively
participate in class, following
structures provided by the
instructor, in order to
develop their existing
knowledge of English. By the
end of the semester,
students should feel more
comfortable and at ease
communicating in English.


The goals of this course are
to have students become
more comfortable and
confident with basic
conversational situations
and to improve their listening
ability and fluency level.




This is an English
conversation course with the
express aim of developing
the student's spoken English
skills. Starting from the first
lesson students will be
encouraged to actively
participate in class, following
structures provided by the
teacher, in order to develop
upon their existing
knowledge of English. By the
end of the semester
students should feel more
comfortable and at ease
communicating in English.
This is an English
conversation course with the
express aim of developing
the student's spoken English
skills. Starting from the first
lesson, students will be
encouraged to actively
participate in class, following
structures provided by the
instructor, in order to
develop their existing
knowledge of English. By the
end of the semester,
students should feel more
comfortable and at ease
communicating in English.


This is an English
conversation course with the
express aim of developing
the student's spoken English
skills. Starting from the first
lesson, students will be
encouraged to actively
participate in class, following
structures provided by the
instructorteacher, in order to
develop upon their existing
knowledge of English. By the
end of the semester,
students should feel more
comfortable and at ease
communicating in English.




This is an English
conversation course with the
express aim of developing
the student's spoken English
skills. Starting from the first
lesson, students will be
encouraged to actively
participate in class, following
structures provided by the
instructor, in order to
develop their existing
knowledge of English. By the
end of the semester,
students should feel more
comfortable and at ease
communicating in English.
The goals of this course are
to have students become
more comfortable and
confident with basic
conversational situations
and to improve their listening
ability and fluency level.




This is an English
conversation course with the
express aim of developing
the student's spoken English
skills. Starting from the first
lesson, students will be
encouraged to actively
participate in class, following
structures provided by the
instructor, in order to
develop their existing
knowledge of English. By the
end of the semester,
students should feel more
comfortable and at ease
communicating in English.




This is an English
conversation course with the
express aim of developing
the student's spoken English
skills. Starting from the first
lesson students will be
encouraged to actively
participate in class, following
structures provided by the
instructor, in order to
develop their existing
knowledge of English. By the
end of the semester
students should feel more
comfortable and at ease
communicating in English.
This is an English
conversation course with the
express aim of developing
the student's spoken English
skills. Starting from the first
lesson, students will be
encouraged to actively
participate in class, following
structures provided by the
instructor, in order to
develop their existing
knowledge of English. By the
end of the semester,
students should feel more
comfortable and at ease
communicating in English.


This is an English
conversation course with the
express aim of developing
the student's spoken English
skills. Starting from the first
lesson students will be
encouraged to actively
paricipate in class, following
structures provided by the
instructor, in order to
develop their existing
knowledge of English. By the
end of the semester
students should feel more
comfortable and at ease
communicating in English.
This is an English
conversation course with the
express aim of developing
the student's spoken English
skills. Starting from the first
lesson, students will be
encouraged to actively
participate in class, following
structures provided by the
instructor, in order to
develop their existing
knowledge of English. By the
end of the semester,
students should feel more
comfortable and at ease
communicating in English.




This is an English
conversation course with the
express aim of developing
the student's spoken English
skills. Starting from the first
lesson students will be
encouraged to actively
paricipate in class, following
structures provided by the
instructor, in order to
develop their existing
knowledge of English. By the
end of the semester
students should feel more
comfortable and at ease
communicating in English.
This is an English
conversation course with the
express aim of developing
the student's spoken English
skills. Starting from the first
lesson, students will be
encouraged to actively
participate in class, following
structures provided by the
instructor, in order to
develop their existing
knowledge of English. By the
end of the semester,
students should feel more
comfortable and at ease
communicating in English.


This is an English
conversation course with the
express aim of developing
the student's spoken English
skills. Starting from the first
lesson, students will be
encouraged to actively
participate in class, following
structures provided by the
instructor, in order to
develop their existing
knowledge of English. By the
end of the semester,
students should feel more
comfortable and at ease
communicating in English.
This is an English
conversation course with the
express aim of developing
the student's spoken English
skills. Starting from the first
lesson, students will be
encouraged to actively
participate in class, following
structures provided by the
instructor, in order to
develop their existing
knowledge of English. By the
end of the semester,
students should feel more
comfortable and at ease
communicating in English.




This is an English
conversation course with the
express aim of developing
the student's spoken English
skills. Starting from the first
lesson students will be
encouraged to actively
participate in class, following
structures provided by the
instructor, in order to
develop their existing
knowledge of English. By the
end of the semester
students should feel more
comfortable and at ease
communicating in English.
This is an English
conversation course with the
express aim of developing
the student's spoken English
skills. Starting from the first
lesson, students will be
encouraged to actively
participate in class, following
structures provided by the
instructor, in order to
develop their existing
knowledge of English. By the
end of the semester,
students should feel more
comfortable and at ease
communicating in English.




This is an English
conversation course with the
express aim of developing
the student's spoken English
skills. Starting from the first
lesson students will be
encouraged to actively
paricipate in class, following
structures provided by the
instructor, in order to
develop their existing
knowledge of English. By the
end of the semester
students should feel more
comfortable and at ease
communicating in English.
This is an English
conversation course with the
express aim of developing
the student's spoken English
skills. Starting from the first
lesson, students will be
encouraged to actively
participate in class, following
structures provided by the
instructor, in order to
develop their existing
knowledge of English. By the
end of the semester,
students should feel more
comfortable and at ease
communicating in English.


This is an English
conversation course with the
express aim of developing
the student's spoken English
skills. Starting from the first
lesson, students will be
encouraged to actively
participate in class, following
structures provided by the
instructor, in order to
develop their existing
knowledge of English. By the
end of the semester,
students should feel more
comfortable and at ease
communicating in English.



This is an English
conversation course with the
express aim of developing
the student's spoken English
skills. Starting from the first
lesson, students will be
encouraged to actively
participate in class, following
structures provided by the
instructorteacher, in order to
develop upon their existing
knowledge of English. By the
end of the semester,
students should feel more
comfortable and at ease
communicating in English.
This is an English
conversation course with the
express aim of developing
the student's spoken English
skills. Starting from the first
lesson students will be
encouraged to actively
participate in class, following
structures provided by the
teacher, in order to develop
upon their existing
knowledge of English. By the
end of the semester
students should feel more
comfortable and at ease
communicating in English.




This is an English
conversation course with the
express aim of developing
the student's spoken English
skills. Starting from the first
lesson, students will be
encouraged to actively
participate in class, following
structures provided by the
instructor, in order to
develop their existing
knowledge of English. By the
end of the semester,
students should feel more
comfortable and at ease
communicating in English.
This is an English
conversation course with the
express aim of developing
the student's spoken English
skills. Starting from the first
lesson, students will be
encouraged to actively
participate in class, following
structures provided by the
instructor, in order to
develop their existing
knowledge of English. By the
end of the semester,
students should feel more
comfortable and at ease
communicating in English.


The goals of this course are
to have students become
more comfortable and
confident with basic
conversational situations
and to improve their listening
ability and fluency level.




This is an English
conversation course with the
express aim of developing
the student's spoken English
skills. Starting from the first
lesson, students will be
encouraged to actively
participate in class, following
structures provided by the
instructor, in order to
develop their existing
knowledge of English. By the
end of the semester,
students should feel more
comfortable and at ease
communicating in English.
This is an English
conversation course with the
express aim of developing
the student's spoken English
skills. Starting from the first
lesson, students will be
encouraged to actively
participate in class, following
structures provided by the
instructor, in order to
develop their existing
knowledge of English. By the
end of the semester,
students should feel more
comfortable and at ease
communicating in English.




This is an English
conversation course with the
express aim of developing
the student's spoken English
skills. Starting from the first
lesson students will be
encouraged to actively
participate in class, following
structures provided by the
instructor, in order to
develop their existing
knowledge of English. By the
end of the semester
students should feel more
comfortable and at ease
communicating in English.
This is an English
conversation course with the
express aim of developing
the student's spoken English
skills. Starting from the first
lesson, students will be
encouraged to actively
participate in class, following
structures provided by the
instructor, in order to
develop their existing
knowledge of English. By the
end of the semester,
students should feel more
comfortable and at ease
communicating in English.


This is an English
conversation course with the
express aim of developing
the student's spoken English
skills. Starting from the first
lesson students will be
encouraged to actively
paricipate in class, following
structures provided by the
instructor, in order to
develop their existing
knowledge of English. By the
end of the semester
students should feel more
comfortable and at ease
communicating in English.
This is an English
conversation course with the
express aim of developing
the student's spoken English
skills. Starting from the first
lesson, students will be
encouraged to actively
participate in class, following
structures provided by the
instructor, in order to
develop their existing
knowledge of English. By the
end of the semester,
students should feel more
comfortable and at ease
communicating in English.




This is an English
conversation course with the
express aim of developing
the student's spoken English
skills. Starting from the first
lesson students will be
encouraged to actively
participate in class, following
structures provided by the
instructor, in order to
develop their existing
knowledge of English. By the
end of the semester
students should feel more
comfortable and at ease
communicating in English.
This is an English
conversation course with the
express aim of developing
the student's spoken English
skills. Starting from the first
lesson, students will be
encouraged to actively
participate in class, following
structures provided by the
instructor, in order to
develop their existing
knowledge of English. By the
end of the semester,
students should feel more
comfortable and at ease
communicating in English.


This is an English
conversation course with the
express aim of developing
the student's spoken English
skills. Starting from the first
lesson students will be
encouraged to actively
paricipate in class, following
structures provided by the
instructor, in order to
develop their existing
knowledge of English. By the
end of the semester
students should feel more
comfortable and at ease
communicating in English.


This is an English
conversation course with the
express aim of developing
the student's spoken English
skills. Starting from the first
lesson students will be
encouraged to actively
participate in class, following
structures provided by the
instructor, in order to
develop their existing
knowledge of English. By the
end of the semester
students should feel more
comfortable and at ease
communicating in English.
This is an English
conversation course with the
express aim of developing
the student's spoken English
skills. Starting from the first
lesson, students will be
encouraged to actively
participate in class, following
structures provided by the
instructor, in order to
develop their existing
knowledge of English. By the
end of the semester,
students should feel more
comfortable and at ease
communicating in English.


This is an English
conversation course with the
express aim of developing
the student's spoken English
skills. Starting from the first
lesson students will be
encouraged to actively
paricipate in class, following
structures provided by the
instructor, in order to
develop their existing
knowledge of English. By the
end of the semester
students should feel more
comfortable and at ease
communicating in English.
This is an English
conversation course with the
express aim of developing
the student's spoken English
skills. Starting from the first
lesson, students will be
encouraged to actively
participate in class, following
structures provided by the
instructor, in order to
develop their existing
knowledge of English. By the
end of the semester,
students should feel more
comfortable and at ease
communicating in English.




This is an English
conversation course with the
express aim of developing
the student's spoken English
skills. Starting from the first
lesson students will be
encouraged to actively
participate in class, following
structures provided by the
teacher, in order to develop
upon their existing
knowledge of English. By the
end of the semester
students should feel more
comfortable and at ease
communicating in English.
This is an English
conversation course with the
express aim of developing
the student's spoken English
skills. Starting from the first
lesson students will be
encouraged to actively
participate in class, following
structures provided by the
instructor, in order to
develop their existing
knowledge of English. By the
end of the semester
students should feel more
comfortable and at ease
communicating in English.


This is an English
conversation course with the
express aim of developing
the student's spoken English
skills. Starting from the first
lesson, students will be
encouraged to actively
participate in class, following
structures provided by the
instructor, in order to
develop their existing
knowledge of English. By the
end of the semester,
students should feel more
comfortable and at ease
communicating in English.




This is an English
conversation course with the
express aim of developing
the student's spoken English
skills. Starting from the first
lesson, students will be
encouraged to actively
participate in class, following
structures provided by the
instructor, in order to
develop their existing
knowledge of English. By the
end of the semester,
students should feel more
comfortable and at ease
communicating in English.
The goals of this course are
to have students become
more comfortable and
confident with basic
conversational situations
and to improve their listening
ability and fluency level.




This English conversation
course has the main
objective of improving
students' spoken English
skills. Students will be
encouraged to participate in
English conversation each
class. The instructor will
provide guidance through
structure and topics. By the
end of the semester,
students should feel more
confident initiating
discussion, debating and
communicating in English.
They should also have more
tools with which to
communicate: increased
vocabulary and awareness
of useful expressions.
This is an English
conversation course with the
express aim of developing
the student's spoken English
skills. Starting from the first
lesson students will be
encouraged to actively
participate in class, following
structures provided by the
teacher, in order to develop
upon their existing
knowledge of English. By the
end of the semester
students should feel more
comfortable and at ease
communicating in English.


The goals of this course are
to have students become
more comfortable and
confident with basic
conversational situations
and to improve their listening
ability and fluency level.




This is an English
conversation course with the
express aim of developing
the student's spoken English
skills. Starting from the first
lesson students will be
encouraged to actively
participate in class, following
structures provided by the
teacher, in order to develop
upon their existing
knowledge of English. By the
end of the semester
students should feel more
comfortable and at ease
communicating in English.
This is an English
conversation course with the
express aim of developing
the student's spoken English
skills. Starting from the first
lesson students will be
encouraged to actively
participate in class, following
structures provided by the
instructor, in order to
develop upon their existing
knowledge of English. By the
end of the semester
students should feel more
comfortable and at ease
communicating, debating,
and initiating discussions in
English.

This is an English
conversation course with the
express aim of developing
the student's spoken English
skills. Starting from the first
lesson, students will be
encouraged to actively
participate in class, following
structures provided by the
instructor, in order to
develop their existing
knowledge of English. By the
end of the semester,
students should feel more
comfortable and at ease
communicating in English.


This English conversation
course has the main
objective of improving
students' spoken English
skills. Students will be
encouraged to participate in
English conversation each
class. The instructor will
provide guidance through
structure and topics. By the
end of the semester,
students should feel more
confident initiating
discussion, debating and
communicating in English.
They should also have more
tools with which to
communicate: increased
vocabulary and awareness
of useful expressions.
This is an English
conversation course with the
express aim of developing
the student's spoken English
skills. Starting from the first
lesson students will be
encouraged to actively
participate in class, following
structures provided by the
teacher, in order to develop
upon their existing
knowledge of English. By the
end of the semester
students should feel more
comfortable and at ease
communicating in English.


This is an English
conversation course with the
express aim of developing
the student's spoken English
skills. Starting from the first
lesson students will be
encouraged to actively
participate in class, following
structures provided by the
instructor, in order to
develop upon their existing
knowledge of English. By the
end of the semester
students should feel more
comfortable and at ease
communicating, debating,
and initiating discussions in
English.

This is an English
conversation course with the
express aim of developing
the student's spoken English
skills. Starting from the first
lesson students will be
encouraged to actively
participate in class, following
structures provided by the
teacher, in order to develop
upon their existing
knowledge of English. By the
end of the semester
students should feel more
comfortable and at ease
communicating in English.
This is an English
conversation course with the
express aim of developing
the student's spoken English
skills. Starting from the first
lesson students will be
encouraged to actively
participate in class, following
structures provided by the
instructor, in order to
develop upon their existing
knowledge of English. By the
end of the semester
students should feel more
comfortable and at ease
communicating, debating,
and initiating discussions in
English.

This is an English
conversation course with the
express aim of developing
the student's spoken English
skills. Starting from the first
lesson, students will be
encouraged to actively
participate in class, following
structures provided by the
instructor, in order to
develop their existing
knowledge of English. By the
end of the semester,
students should feel more
comfortable and at ease
communicating in English.




This is an English
conversation course with the
express aim of developing
the student's spoken English
skills. Starting from the first
lesson students will be
encouraged to actively
participate in class, following
structures provided by the
instructor, in order to
develop upon their existing
knowledge of English. By the
end of the semester
students should feel more
comfortable and at ease
communicating, debating,
and initiating discussions in
English.
This English conversation
course has the main
objective of improving
students' spoken English
skills. Students will be
encouraged to participate in
English conversation each
class. The instructor will
provide guidance through
structure and topics. By the
end of the semester,
students should feel more
confident initiating
discussion, debating and
communicating in English.
They should also have more
tools with which to
communicate: increased
vocabulary and awareness
of useful expressions.

This is an English
conversation course with the
express aim of developing
the student's spoken English
skills. Starting from the first
lesson, students will be
encouraged to actively
participate in class, following
structures provided by the
instructor, in order to
develop their existing
knowledge of English. By the
end of the semester,
students should feel more
comfortable and at ease
communicating in English.




This is an English
conversation course with the
express aim of developing
the student's spoken English
skills. Starting from the first
lesson students will be
encouraged to actively
participate in class, following
structures provided by the
teacher, in order to develop
upon their existing
knowledge of English. By the
end of the semester
students should feel more
comfortable and at ease
communicating in English.
This is an English
conversation course with the
express aim of developing
the student's spoken English
skills. Starting from the first
lesson students will be
encouraged to actively
participate in class, following
structures provided by the
instructor, in order to
develop upon their existing
knowledge of English. By the
end of the semester
students should feel more
comfortable and at ease
communicating, debating,
and initiating discussions in
English.

This is an English
conversation course with the
express aim of developing
the student's spoken English
skills. Starting from the first
lesson students will be
encouraged to actively
participate in class, following
structures provided by the
teacher, in order to develop
upon their existing
knowledge of English. By the
end of the semester
students should feel more
comfortable and at ease
communicating in English.


This is an English
conversation course with the
express aim of developing
the student's spoken English
skills. Starting from the first
lesson students will be
encouraged to actively
participate in class, following
structures provided by the
instructor, in order to
develop upon their existing
knowledge of English. By the
end of the semester
students should feel more
comfortable and at ease
communicating, debating,
and initiating discussions in
English.
The goals of this course are
to have students become
more comfortable and
confident with basic
conversational situations
and to improve their listening
ability and fluency level.




This is an English
conversation course with the
express aim of developing
the student's spoken English
skills. Starting from the first
lesson, students will be
encouraged to actively
participate in class, following
structures provided by the
instructor, in order to
develop their existing
knowledge of English. By the
end of the semester,
students should feel more
comfortable and at ease
communicating in English.




-Expansion of vocabulary,
especially of conversational
idioms and expressions
-Increase in speed and
complexity of vocal
response
-Increased aptitude for
handling speech situations
and levels of formality
-Confidence in speech
-Improvement in
pronunciation and clarity
?Increased aptitude in
presentation software and
group communications
Teaching_method




Each week a different topic will be presented. There will be two fifty-minute
lectures and one fifty-minute class discussion on a set text. Review sheets will be
distributed in the week following each lecture topic. The set texts will be
distributed for photocopying by students one week before the discussion is due to
take place. It is recommended that the review sheets and photocopied texts be
kept together in a suitable binder for future reference and revision. Each week
one student will be asked to make a short presentation on the text to start off the
class discussion. Students are encouraged to prepare sincerely and take an
active part in these discussions, as this will be reflected in the final grades.

Each week there will be two fifty-minute lectures and one fifty-minute class
discussion on a set text. Review sheets will be distributed in the week following
each lecture topic. The set texts will be distributed for photocopying by students
one week before the discussion is due to take place. It is recommended that the
review sheets and photocopied texts be kept together in a suitable binder for
future reference and revision. Each week one student will be asked to make a
short presentation on the text to start off the class discussion. Students are
encouraged to prepare sincerely and take an active part in these discussions, as
this will be reflected in the final grades.




- Most typical sessions wll open with introductory lectures followed by group
discussion.
- Feature films and short TV reports with English subtitle will be shown regularly
for students' exposure and discussion on Korean gender issues.
- Observation on the streets and campus will be encouraged for class discussion.
Class discussions are an important and integral part of this course. Active
participation in discussion is also very important. You are expected to read all
assigned materials before coming to class and be prepared to discuss them
regardless of whether you were present or absent during the previous class. You
are strongly encouraged to attend all the class sessions.
At the beginning of each class there will be attendance call and if you come in
late, it is your responsibility to approach and let me know you were there to make
sure you were no marked absent.




This course is intended to induce students to participate in the class as actively
as possible. Although the course is led by the
professor, they will have some of good chances to design their own learning style
while studying. In order to do that, additional activities (pair-or small-group) may
be assigned.




This course is intended to induce students to participate in the class as actively
as possible. Although the course is led by the
professor, they will have some of good chances to design their own learning style
while studying. In order to do that, additional activities (pair-or small-group) may
be assigned.
Students must be professional in all of their dealings, exhibiting honesty, integrity,
responsibility, and courtesy. In addition, students should do the following:
+ Pencil and eraser (or pen and whiteout) are necessary every day.
+ Cell phone use is not allowed.
+ Plagiarism will be punished - let's use our own skills and ingenuity to create our
own
content.
+ During class, using NateOn, Cyworld, Facebook, Twitter, YouTube, etc. is
prohibited and
will impair your ability to follow along and complete assignments. It may also
result in a
reduction of your daily homework grade.
+ Your fellow classmates are resources; utilize them
+ ...and so on; essentially, conduct yourself as a professional student.




Classes will be conducted in a lecture and discussion format. My task is to help
you understand key concepts, issues and topics in financial accounting. I will
perform this task by illustrating and engaging you in an active dialogue about
course material. Your task is to come to class well prepared, a good general
guide is that you should spend two hours outside of class for every hour we
spend in class.

Homework problems are essential and have been proven to be one of the most
effective ways of learning economics. Six problem sets will be collected, in
addition suggested homework problems are assigned for each chapter. The
suggested homework problems will not be collected, however you are strongly
encouraged to work them as practice has proven to be one of the best ways for
helping you learn new concepts and prepare for exams. You should try to read
the material assigned for each class and work, or make an honest attempt to
work the homework assignments before class. This will help enhance the
learning environment, in addition to helping you gain a better understanding of
course material. You are encouraged to discuss course topics, and assignments
with each other, but should complete and write up assignments on your own.
Students are expected to attend class on time and be prepared to discuss the
issues or take part in the activity assigned for that particular day. Attendance will
be assessed according to offical KAC policy.




1. 실기실습
2. 일제형 수업




All instruction and class discussion will be in English.

The classroom is not the place for constant cigarette breaks, gossiping with
friends, or playing with cell phones. Computers are permitted but may not be
used for surfing or video games. Please treat others courteously in class.
Students who spend the class sleeping or text messaging may be marked
absent.
see syllabus on course webpage http://stoimenov.net/stoimeno/teaching/kaccal-
fall12/ from August




The class will be a relatively free format and encourage students active
participation in discussions and presentations of their understanding related
materials. Although taking relatively a free format for the course, it is expected
that students, after taking this course, will be able to enhance the following
generic skills as university graduates: Knowledge-based Analytical skills;
Communication skills; Coordination skills; Leadership.
Focusing on the practical training




- Professor gives lecture in the first half of the course.

- Students make presentation in the last half of the course.

- Lecture and presentation are all bilateral process between prosfessor and
students and presenters and presentees, with active
discussion with each other.
Participation Policy
This course is designed to provide an active learning experience. To benefit from
the class, you need to arrive on time having already completed the assigned
reading, ready to engage in discussion about the material.




1. Mainly lectures
2. Students' presentation and assignment
3. Open disscussion
4. Informal sessions.
1. Lectures various theories on international business and FDI
2. Presentations for the selected topics.




--lecture and discussion
--presentation
Case-studies will be widely used to provide the course with a “hands-on” focus
and a practical orientation that complements conceptual framework discussed in
the class. Students will be challenged to integrate knowledge they have gained
from other business core courses and apply their accumulated knowledge to
case studies. Students will engage in active research and analytical problem
solving related to managing in the international environment and will frequently
be called upon to brief their findings to the class.
Class discussions are an important and integral part of this course. Active
participation in discussion is also very important. You are expected to read all
assigned materials before coming to class and be prepared to discuss them
regardless of whether you were present or absent during the previous class. You
are strongly encouraged to attend all the class sessions. During the class hours
in-and-out not allowed without permission. At the beginning of each class there
will be attendance call and if you come in late, it is your responsibility to approach
and let me know you were there to make sure you were no marked absent.




Class discussions are an important and integral part of this course. Active
participation in discussion is also very important. You are expected to read all
assigned materials before coming to class and be prepared to discuss them
regardless of whether you were present or absent during the previous class. You
are strongly encouraged to attend all the class sessions.
At the beginning of each class there will be attendance call and if you come in
late, it is your responsibility to approach and let me know you were there to make
sure you were no marked absent.
Details of classroom policy and the responsibilities of students such as
attendance, classroom participation, and submission of assignments in a timely
manner in order to achieve the above objectives of the course will be provided
and discussed on the first day of the course.




Class discussions are an important and integral part of this course. Active
participation in discussion is also very important. You are expected to read all
assigned materials before coming to class and be prepared to discuss them
regardless of whether you were present or absent during the previous class. You
are strongly encouraged to attend all the class sessions.
At the beginning of each class there will be attendance call and if you come in
late, it is your responsibility to approach and let me know you were there to make
sure you were no marked absent. During the class hours in-and-out not allowed
without permission.
Teaching methodologies will consist primarily of lectures which reinforce and
expand upon the topics covered by the course textbook. There will also be
opportunities for student participation each class. Group learning is emphasized,
with students working in small groups of three or four preparing and presenting to
the class a report in which they analyze in detail one of the topics covered in the
course textbook.




Lectures will be delivered. Active class participation is required.

Students should select an article and present it with summarization and
discussion issues.
No cell phones or use of Wireless internet in the course.
No talking during the lecture, or while other students are making points.
Do not come late to class.
Be sure you are prepared, have read the text, and are ready to engage the
material.




Lectures, discussions, and a project will be a major part of the course.
Students should make a projection of electoral colleges in the 2012 US
presidential election.




Students are expected to attend class on time and be prepared to discuss the
issues or take part in the activity assigned for that particular day. Attendance will
be assessed according to offical KAC policy.
No cell phones or use of Wireless internet in the course.
No talking during the lecture, or while other students are making points.
Do not come late to class.
Be sure you are prepared, have read the text, and are ready to engage the
material.
Students are expected to attend all lectures on time and be prepared to discuss
the topic assigned for the day. Attendance will be assessed according to KAC
rules.




Assignments are due at the beginning of class on the due date. Late assignments
will be penalized 10% per weekday late.
Students are encouraged to consult with other students about assignments or
however all submitted work should be that of the individual student or team.
Violation of this policy will result in negative points being applied for the
assignment (e.g. an assignment worth 10 points will be given -10 points, not
simply zero). Repeat offenses will result in failure in the class. All incidences of
academic integrity violations will be reported to the appropriate authorities.
This course will be taught in English and comprised of the instructor's
lectures and the students' participation.
Audio-Visual materials will be used.




You are expected to attend class regularly and fully prepared. If you miss class,
this will affect your participation grade; absence during more than twelve class
periods that is not properly documented by a doctor or another professional may
result in a failing grade for the course. If you arrive late to class 3 times, this will
count as one absence from class.

Please be respectful of your classmates’ learning environment. This includes
coming on time, turning off your cell phone and other electronic devices, and not
wandering around. Please refrain from leaving the classroom except during break
and when you have to go to the bathroom.

You are encouraged and expected to speak English at all times while you are in
the classroom.

Plagiarism will not be tolerated, and will be dealt with severely. I you have any
questions about what constitutes plagiarism, please ask me.
You are expected to attend class regularly and fully prepared. If you miss class,
this will affect your participation grade; absence during more than twelve class
periods that is not properly documented by a doctor or another professional may
result in a failing grade for the course. If you arrive late to class 3 times, this will
count as one absence from class.

Assignments that are turned in late without a valid reason will be penalized at 5%
per day; no assignments that are more than one week late will be accepted.

Please be respectful of your classmates’ learning environment. This includes
coming on time, turning off your cell phone and other electronic devices, and not
wandering around. Please refrain from leaving the classroom except during break
and when you have to go to the bathroom.

You are expected to speak English at all times while you are in the classroom.

Plagiarism will not be tolerated.


You are expected to attend class regularly and fully prepared. If you miss class,
this will affect your participation grade; absence during more than twelve class
periods that is not properly documented by a doctor or another professional may
result in a failing grade for the course.

Assignments that are turned in late without a valid reason will be penalized at 5%
per day; no assignments that are more than one week late will be accepted.

Please be respectful of your classmates’ learning environment. This includes
coming on time, turning off your cell phone and other electronic devices, and not
wandering around. Please refrain from leaving the classroom except during break
and when you have to go to the bathroom.

You are expected to speak English at all times while you are in the classroom.

Plagiarism will not be tolerated, and will be dealt with severely. I you have any
questions about what constitutes plagiarism, ask me.
Detailed rules are outlined on the syllabus distributed at the beginning of the
course.

Students are expected to be present for every class and will lose points for any
absenses or tardies.
Students are expected to be actively involved in every class and will gain/lose
points for good/poor behavior.
Students are expected to turn in all work at the beginning of class on its due date
or points will be deducted. Late assignments will not be accepted.
Students are expected to take personal responsibility for their learning by finding
out about any missed assignments or asking for clarification about anything not
understood in the lesson.
Students are expected to write all their own work and will be failed for any form of
plagiarism.
Students are expected to behave in a respectworthy manner at all times in class
toward the teacher and fellow classmates.
Students are expected to play an active role in the class and to interact with both
the instructor and each other solely in English. Given that this is a conversation
class, attandance and punctuality are important. In addition, if students are asked
to bring materials to or prepare for class, it is expected that this will be done. It is
also expected that students will display some independence in their learning, be
capable of vacalizing their goals in English, and work independently toward
achieving them.
Classroom Policies

English
This class has an English-only policy. Frequent use of Korean will result in
point deductions.

It is OK to make small mistakes!!! Do not be shy. Points are given for
participation!


Cell phones

All cell phones must be switched off before coming to class.

Students will have 1 point deducted from their final grade each time they use
cell phones.
Texts

Required texts, notebook, and pencil / pen must be brought to every class.

All supplementary materials must be kept in a binder or folder and brought to
every class.

VERY IMPORTANT!!!

Plagiarism and Cheating

Plagiarism is presenting the ideas or words of another person as your own.
This class has a ZERO TOLERANCE                       policy on cheating. Students
who steal the work of others and attempt to pass it off as their own will
immediately                receive a failing grade in the course. The rule is simple:
do not copy information from Internet sources, printed texts              or other
The only way to improve your speaking is to speak. Therefore, students are
expected to participate in every class -- those who do not make an effort to speak
will be penalized.

Attendance is required.
Detailed rules are outlined on the syllabus distributed at the beginning of the
course.

Students are expected to be present for every class and will lose points for any
absenses or tardies.
Students are expected to be actively involved in every class and will gain/lose
points for good/poor behavior.
Students are expected to turn in all work at the beginning of class on its due date
or points will be deducted. Late assignments will not be accepted.
Students are expected to take personal responsibility for their learning by finding
out about any missed assignments or asking for clarification about anything not
understood in the lesson.
Students are expected to write all their own work and will be failed for any form of
plagiarism.
Students are expected to behave in a respectworthy manner at all times in class
toward the teacher and fellow classmates.
Students are expected to play an active role in the class and to interact with both
the instructor and each other solely in English. Given that this is a conversation
class, attandance and punctuality are important. In addition, if students are asked
to bring materials to or prepare for class, it is expected that this will be done. It is
also expected that students will display some independence in their learning, be
capable of vacalizing their goals in English, and work independently toward
achieving them.
Students must attend every class and must do all assignments, including
presentations, according to the schedule. Students must attend at least two (2)
individual conversation exams in the professor's office -- missing an appointment
includes a 5-point penalty as well as a grade of "0" for that assignment. Work
may not be turned in late. Other specific rules for this class, including attendance,
plagiarism, late work and other concerns will be discussed early and often. All
class rules will be explained in the hand-out syllabus during the first week of the
course and will be available on the on-line site.
Classroom Policies

English
This class has an English-only policy. Frequent use of Korean will result in
point deductions.

It is OK to make small mistakes!!! Do not be shy. Points are given for
participation!


Cell phones

All cell phones must be switched off before coming to class.

Students will have 1 point deducted from their final grade each time they use
cell phones.
Texts

Required texts, notebook, and pencil / pen must be brought to every class.

All supplementary materials must be kept in a binder or folder and brought to
every class.

VERY IMPORTANT!!!

Plagiarism and Cheating

Plagiarism is presenting the ideas or words of another person as your own.
This class has a ZERO TOLERANCE                       policy on cheating. Students
who steal the work of others and attempt to pass it off as their own will
immediately                receive a failing grade in the course. The rule is simple:
do not copy information from Internet sources, printed texts              or other
The only way to improve your speaking is to speak. Therefore, students are
expected to participate in every class -- those who do not make an effort to speak
will be penalized.

Attendance is required.
Students must attend every class and must do all assignments, including
presentations, according to the schedule. Students must attend at least two (2)
individual conversation exams in the professor's office -- missing an appointment
includes a 5-point penalty as well as a grade of "0" for that assignment. Work
may not be turned in late. Other specific rules for this class, including attendance,
plagiarism, late work and other concerns will be discussed early and often. All
class rules will be explained in the hand-out syllabus during the first week of the
course and will be available on the on-line site.




It may seem like a good idea to just copy someone else’s writings, from the
internet or from a book, magazine, etc. It may seem like a good idea to have
someone ‘better’ write your assignments for you. It’s not.


If I even suspect that you have cheated, you get an F.
No arguments. No exceptions. Just F.

DO YOUR OWN WORK!
Classroom Policies

Plagiarism and Cheating

Plagiarism is presenting the ideas or words of another person as your own. This
class has a ZERO TOLERANCE policy on cheating. Students who steal the work
of others and attempt to pass it off as their own will immediately receive a failing
grade in the course. The rule is simple: do not copy information from Internet
sources, printed texts or other students.


Assignments

I do not accept late assignments (except in the most extreme circumstances).
Assignments submitted late - without            good reason - will be deducted 3
percentage points per day.

If there is a valid reason that you think your assignment might be late, you must
see me in my office before the due               date.

English
This class has an English-only policy. Frequent use of Korean will result in
point deductions.

        It is OK to make small mistakes when speaking or asking questions!!!
Do not be shy.

Cell phones

          All cell phones must be switched off before coming to class.

          Students will have 1 point deducted from their final grade each time
Students are expected to play an active role in the class and to cooperate with
both the instructor and each other. Attendance and punctuality are also expected.
In terms of workload, students are expected to prepare for each class by doing
assigned readings, homework, and assignments on time. Late work will not be
accepted unless the instructor judges that the student in question has a valid
excuse. Most importantly, assignments must be a student's own work. Plagiarism
will not be tolerated. Plagiarism is taking someone else's work and presenting it
as your own. One instance of plagiarism will result in the loss of a grade for the
student. Two instances will result in the student failing the class. Students will
also be required to keep a writing folder consisting of all assignments, handouts,
and assessments, which will serve as a portfolio of each student's work during
semester
Detailed rules are outlined on the syllabus distributed at the beginning of the
course.

Students are expected to be present for every class and will lose points for any
absenses or tardies.
Students are expected to be actively involved in every class and will gain/lose
points for good/poor behavior.
Students are expected to turn in all work at the beginning of class on its due date
or points will be deducted. Late assignments will not be accepted.
Students are expected to take personal responsibility for their learning by finding
out about any missed assignments or asking for clarification about anything not
understood in the lesson.
Students are expected to write all their own work and will be failed for any form of
plagiarism.
Students are expected to behave in a respectworthy manner at all times in class
toward the teacher and fellow classmates.
It is extremely important that you attend every class, that you turn assignments in
on time, and that you do not cheat. Specific rules for this class, including the
penalties for poor attendance, plagiarism, late work and other concerns will be
discussed early and often. All class rules will be explained in the hand-out
syllabus during the first week of the course and will be available on the on-line
site. Any student who does not perform each of the assignments will fail the
course.
Classroom Policies

Plagiarism and Cheating

Plagiarism is presenting the ideas or words of another person as your own. This
class has a ZERO TOLERANCE policy on cheating. Students who steal the work
of others and attempt to pass it off as their own will immediately receive a failing
grade in the course. The rule is simple: do not copy information from Internet
sources, printed texts or other students.


Assignments

I do not accept late assignments (except in the most extreme circumstances).
Assignments submitted late - without            good reason - will be deducted 3
percentage points per day.

If there is a valid reason that you think your assignment might be late, you must
see me in my office before the due               date.

English
This class has an English-only policy. Frequent use of Korean will result in
point deductions.

        It is OK to make small mistakes when speaking or asking questions!!!
Do not be shy.

Cell phones

          All cell phones must be switched off before coming to class.

           Students will have 1 point deducted from their final grade each time
It may seem like a good idea to just copy someone else’s writings, from the
internet or from a book, magazine, etc. It may seem like a good idea to have
someone ‘better’ write your assignments for you. It’s not.


If I even suspect that you have cheated, you get an F.
No arguments. No exceptions. Just F.

DO YOUR OWN WORK!
Students are expected to play an active role in the class and to cooperate with
both the instructor and each other. Attendance and punctuality are also expected.
In terms of workload, students are expected to prepare for each class by doing
assigned readings, homework, and assignments on time. Late work will not be
accepted unless the instructor judges that the student in question has a valid
excuse. Most importantly, assignments must be a student's own work. Plagiarism
will not be tolerated. Plagiarism is taking someone else's work and presenting it
as your own. One instance of plagiarism will result in the loss of a grade for the
student. Two instances will result in the student failing the class. Students will
also be required to keep a writing folder consisting of all assignments, handouts,
and assessments, which will serve as a portfolio of each student's work during
semester
Detailed rules are outlined on the syllabus distributed at the beginning of the
course.

Students are expected to be present for every class and will lose points for any
absenses or tardies.
Students are expected to be actively involved in every class and will gain/lose
points for good/poor behavior.
Students are expected to turn in all work at the beginning of class on its due date
or points will be deducted. Late assignments will not be accepted.
Students are expected to take personal responsibility for their learning by finding
out about any missed assignments or asking for clarification about anything not
understood in the lesson.
Students are expected to write all their own work and will be failed for any form of
plagiarism.
Students are expected to behave in a respectworthy manner at all times in class
toward the teacher and fellow classmates.
It is extremely important that you attend every class, that you turn assignments in
on time, and that you do not cheat. Specific rules for this class, including the
penalties for poor attendance, plagiarism, late work and other concerns will be
discussed early and often. All class rules will be explained in the hand-out
syllabus during the first week of the course and will be available on the on-line
site.Any student who does not perform each of the assignments will fail the
course.
Continuous active attendance is obligatory.




Presence of all learning materials: recent textbook edition, notebook (same type
for all students), pens, pencil, highlighters; active participation is a MUST that will
significantly add to your grade.




Presence of all learning materials: recent textbook edition, notebook (same type
for all students), pens, pencil, highlighters; active participation is a MUST that will
significantly add to your grade.
Presence of all learning materials: latest textbook edition, notebook, tests'
notebook, pen, pencil, highlighter, blue/green/black pen; active participation.




Students who miss 1/3, or more, of classes will receive an “F”.




Students who miss 1/3, or more, of classes will receive an “F”.
Students will be expected to use English in guided discussions, in writing short
compositions on aspects of Korean culture, and in giving powerpoint
presentations in class on topics in Korean culture.




- Students must attend and participate in class
- Students must complete all assignments to the best of their ability
- Students must maintain a sincere and respectful demeanor




- Students must attend all class
- Students must particpate enthusiastically
- Students must complete readings for the course
- Students must maintain a sincere and respectful demeanor
1.Attend all classes and be on time.
2.Complete class readings, homework, and projects by said due date.
3.Participate during large and small group activities.
4.Initiate meetings with Professor outside of classroom meeting times (when
help is needed).
5.Respect and encourage classmates.
6.Have fun and be an active participant in class discussions.

Class attendance will be taken in each class. Attendance is only one component
of the attendance/participation grade. I highly encourage students to participate in
class by being proactive in sharing their opinions and being fully involved during
class. There will be in-class work, which will be included in participation grading. I
particularly consider attendance, participation, and attitude important and respect
student who have strong desire to learn. You will not receive an A if you miss
more than 3 classes no matter how well you do on other class work. If you are
late 3 days (no excuse) it will be equal 1 absence.




1.Attend all classes and be on time.
2.Complete class readings, homework, and projects by said due date.
3.Participate during large and small group activities.
4.Initiate meetings with Professor outside of classroom meeting times (when
help is needed).
5.Respect and encourage classmates.
6.Have fun and be an active participant in class discussions.
Students must attend all at least 70% of classes to receive any credit for the
class.
Students must turn in all assignments on the day they are due.
Students must attend all class periods in which peer editing is scheduled.
Students must take all in class quizzes and tests in order to pass the class.




Students must attend all at least 70% of classes to receive any credit for the
class.
Students must turn in all assignments on the day they are due.
Students must take all in class quizzes and tests in order to pass the class.




Students must attend all at least 70% of classes to receive any credit for the
class.
Students must turn in all assignments on the day they are due.
Students must attend all class periods in which peer editing is scheduled.
Students must take all in class quizzes and tests in order to pass the class.




Learning to speak a language requires that you always attend and try your best.
Class will be conducted in accordance with the various rules and requirements of
the University.




Students are expected to come prepared; their active participation in class as
well as online is required. Students will be asked to make two in-class academic
presentaions. Students will also be asked to evaluate their peers' work.
As of the attendance policy, students must be aware of:
1. missing more than three classes without approval will result in lowering one
letter grade.
3. missing more than 1/3 of the classes will fail the course.
3. lateness will also result in a lowered grade.
General: If you want to succeed in our class, you must
a) Be honest! No cheating. Do your own work. Sign only your name on the sign-
in sheet.
b) Be polite! Turn off the sound on your cell phone. When other students are
speaking at the podium, give them your full attention.
c) Do the work! Write and speak English as often and as well as you can!




Attend class and try your best. No mirrors or cell phones.




This course will be conducted in accordance with university rules regarding
attendance, participation, etc.
Class will be conducted in accordance with the various rules and requirements of
the University.




No Korean is to be spoken in class (unless needed)
Cell Phones are to be turned off at all times while in class.
Students are expected to be respectful and patient towards and with their fellow
students.




No Korean is to be spoken in class (unless needed)
Cell Phones are to be turned off at all times while in class.
Students are expected to be respectful and patient towards and with their fellow
students.




No Korean is to be spoken in class (unless needed)
Cell Phones are to be turned off at all times while in class.
Students are expected to be respectful and patient towards and with their fellow
students.
No Korean is to be spoken in class (unless needed)
Cell Phones are to be turned off at all times while in class.
Students are expected to be respectful and patient towards and with their fellow
students.




The class will be comprised of the following components
(1) Lectures by professor to encourage students' comprehending the course
contents;
(2) Presentation and discussion sessions that facilitate students participation in
the class and help achieve the maximum benefits of the course outcomes; and
(3) Project writing(report) that promotes students research skills and encourages
students' self-based learning
본 과목에서는 과목이 의도하는 학습효과를 달성하기 위하여 다음의 형태로
진행
통계 이론을 설명할 강의시간
배운 통계 이론을 실질적으로 다루어 보는 실습시간
학생들의 적극적인 참여를 유도하는 발표 및
자발적인 주제 선택에 연구 능력 배양과 자율적인 학습 동기를 부여하기 위한
프로젝트를 진행




The main rule of this class is professor's lecturing with a textbook and extra
reference material particularly up to the 12th week. We rigorously study the
contents of textbook including the problem sets. During the last two weeks, the
class intensively focuses on presentations and discussion with individual project
assignments under professor's supervision.




Attendance and class participation are extremely important in this course. To be
excused from a class, you must inform the professor in advance. Retrospective
excuses will be rarely considered if at all. Also, three or more instances of
tardiness will be treated as one unexcused absence.
Mobile phones should be tuned off before entering the class. Students are asked
not to use their laptop computers for the purpose other than note-taking.
Attendance is very important in this course and will be checked in each class. To
be excused from a class, you must inform me in advance. Retrospective
excuses will be rarely considered if at all.
Mobile phones should be turned off before entering the class. Notebook
computers must not be used for purposes other than note-taking and retrieving
stored information for class discussion.




Attendance is very important in this course and will be checked in each class. To
be excused from a class, you must inform me in advance. Retrospective
excuses will be rarely considered if at all.
Mobile phones should be turned off before entering the class. Notebook
computers must not be used for purposes other than note-taking and retrieving
stored information for class discussion.




1. Reviews on Key factors and expressions necessary for oral presentations.
2. Preparation for the personal presentation.
3. Speaking Activity, Topic Discussion, Listening Practice, Pronunciation
Practice.
4. INTRODUCES PREZI, A WEB-BASED, FLASH-FRIENDLY, DYNAMIC
PRESENTATION TOOL
5. EXPLAINS HOW TO USE ONLINE AND OFFLINE EDITORS AND INSERT
IMAGES, VIDEO, SOUND, FLASH FILES, AND OTHER COMPLEX
GRAPHICS
6. COVERS PRESENTING A PREZI, PUBLISHING IT TO A PUBLIC DOMAIN,
AND COLLABORATING WITH OTHERS
7. OFFERS TIPS AND INSIGHTS ON WHAT MAKES A GOOD PREZI-AND
HOW TO THINK VISUALLY TO CREATE CONTENT THAT BENEFITS YOUR
BUSINESS OR ORGANIZATION
1. There will be NO make-up exams unless there is a medical emergency in
which case you will need to provide a doctor’s note. No make-up for any exams
will be accepted or given after answers have been distributed.
2. No free riders in the team presentation. Every team member will be peer-
evaluated. Cooperation is the key for success in this class.
3. Attendance is required. Plus, remember you have a pop quiz. Frequent
tardiness will be taken as missing classes. Leaving the class early will not be
allowed unless there is a prior notice with a proper excuse. Failure to follow
attendance rule will cost your attendance grade.
4. Students are prohibited from the following things: reading newspapers, using
cell phones, sleeping or any other form of distraction, leaving class early, chatting
with neighbor students.
5. Policy on cheating is zero tolerance.
6. Study plan listed below is tentative for this semester. Certain topics may be
stressed more or less than indicated, depending on class progress.
1. There will be NO make-up exams unless there is a medical emergency in
which case you will need to provide a doctor’s note. No make-up for any exams
will be accepted or given after answers have been distributed.
2. No free riders in the team presentation. Every team member will be peer-
evaluated. Cooperation is the key for success in this class.
3. Attendance is required. Plus, remember you have a pop quiz. Frequent
tardiness will be taken as missing classes. Leaving the class early will not be
allowed unless there is a prior notice with a proper excuse. Failure to follow
attendance rule will cost your attendance grade.
4. Students are prohibited from the following things: reading newspapers, using
cell phones, sleeping or any other form of distraction, leaving class early, chatting
with neighbor students.
5. Policy on cheating is zero tolerance.
6. Study plan listed below is tentative for this semester. Certain topics may be
stressed more or less than indicated, depending on class progress.




The course is mainly led by presentation and discussions over the selected
topics,
following the professor's lectures and comments.
(1) Students are supposed to prepare at home in advance according to the
following "weekly schedule" and bring questions to discuss.
(2) The instructor will explain main ideas based on PPTs to help understanding
basic knowledge, show DVDs. utilize internet and newspaper scraps to increase
applicability.
(3) Students are supposed to conduct a team project to enhance problem-solving
abilities and pracitce teamwork.
(5) Lecture notes, assignments, other materials will be registered at the KCTL
system.




Class participation is very important.
1) CELL/MOBILE PHONES are NOT ALLOWED to BE ON in the classroom at
any time. Any cell/mobile phone that rings, vibrates, beeps, buzzes, etc. or any
student caught texting, emailing, speaking or using a cell/mobile phone during
class will be dismissed from class - NO EXCEPTIONS! Ringing cell/mobile
phones are DISRUPTIVE and reflects Rudeness and Lack of Courtesy and
Respect towards the Presenter and Course Participants.
2) NO electronic devices (e.g. laptops, IPADs, IPODs, etc...) are allowed to be on
or used in class at anytime. Failure to adhere to this rule will result in dismal from
the class.
3) NO student is to be talking while the Professor is speaking! NO EXCEPTIONS!
Failure to adhere to this rule will result in dismal from the class.
4) Any student arriving late to class or departing the classroom while class is in
session will do so QUIETLY AND DISCRETELY. Any student that disrupts the
class once it has started will be dismissed from the class.
5) All students will respect all other students at all times. Failure to do so will
result in dismal from the class.
1) CELL/MOBILE PHONES are NOT ALLOWED to BE ON in the classroom at
any time. Any cell/mobile phone that rings, vibrates, beeps, buzzes, etc. or any
student caught texting, emailing, speaking or using a cell/mobile phone during
class will be dismissed from class - NO EXCEPTIONS! Ringing cell/mobile
phones are DISRUPTIVE and reflects Rudeness and Lack of Courtesy and
Respect towards the Presenter and Course Participants.
2) NO electronic devices (e.g. laptops, IPADs, IPODs, etc...) are allowed to be on
or used in class at anytime. Failure to adhere to this rule will result in dismal from
the class.
3) NO student is to be talking while the Professor is speaking! NO EXCEPTIONS!
Failure to adhere to this rule will result in dismal from the class.
4) Any student arriving late to class or departing the classroom while class is in
session will do so QUIETLY AND DISCRETELY. Any student that disrupts the
class once it has started will be dismissed from the class.
5) All students will respect all other students at all times. Failure to do so will
result in dismal from the class.
1) CELL/MOBILE PHONES are NOT ALLOWED to BE ON in the classroom at
any time. Any cell/mobile phone that rings, vibrates, beeps, buzzes, etc. or any
student caught texting, emailing, speaking or using a cell/mobile phone during
class will be dismissed from class - NO EXCEPTIONS! Ringing cell/mobile
phones are DISRUPTIVE and reflects Rudeness and Lack of Courtesy and
Respect towards the Presenter and Course Participants.
2) NO electronic devices (e.g. laptops, IPADs, IPODs, etc...) are allowed to be on
or used in class at anytime. Failure to adhere to this rule will result in dismal from
the class.
3) NO student is to be talking while the Professor is speaking! NO EXCEPTIONS!
Failure to adhere to this rule will result in dismal from the class.
4) Any student arriving late to class or departing the classroom while class is in
session will do so QUIETLY AND DISCRETELY. Any student that disrupts the
class once it has started will be dismissed from the class.
5) All students will respect all other students at all times. Failure to do so will
result in dismal from the class.
1) CELL/MOBILE PHONES are NOT ALLOWED to BE ON in the classroom at
any time. Any cell/mobile phone that rings, vibrates, beeps, buzzes, etc. or any
student caught texting, emailing, speaking or using a cell/mobile phone during
class will be dismissed from class - NO EXCEPTIONS! Ringing cell/mobile
phones are DISRUPTIVE and reflects Rudeness and Lack of Courtesy and
Respect towards the Presenter and Course Participants.
2) NO electronic devices (e.g. laptops, IPADs, IPODs, etc...) are allowed to be on
or used in class at anytime. Failure to adhere to this rule will result in dismal from
the class.
3) NO student is to be talking while the Professor is speaking! NO EXCEPTIONS!
Failure to adhere to this rule will result in dismal from the class.
4) Any student arriving late to class or departing the classroom while class is in
session will do so QUIETLY AND DISCRETELY. Any student that disrupts the
class once it has started will be dismissed from the class.
5) All students will respect all other students at all times. Failure to do so will
result in dismal from the class.
1) CELL/MOBILE PHONES are NOT ALLOWED to BE ON in the classroom at
any time. Any cell/mobile phone that rings, vibrates, beeps, buzzes, etc. or any
student caught texting, emailing, speaking or using a cell/mobile phone during
class will be dismissed from class - NO EXCEPTIONS! Ringing cell/mobile
phones are DISRUPTIVE and reflects Rudeness and Lack of Courtesy and
Respect towards the Presenter and Course Participants.
2) NO electronic devices (e.g. laptops, IPADs, IPODs, etc...) are allowed to be on
or used in class at anytime. Failure to adhere to this rule will result in dismal from
the class.
3) NO student is to be talking while the Professor is speaking! NO EXCEPTIONS!
Failure to adhere to this rule will result in dismal from the class.
4) Any student arriving late to class or departing the classroom while class is in
session will do so QUIETLY AND DISCRETELY. Any student that disrupts the
class once it has started will be dismissed from the class.
5) All students will respect all other students at all times. Failure to do so will
result in dismal from the class.
1) CELL/MOBILE PHONES are NOT ALLOWED to BE ON in the classroom at
any time. Any cell/mobile phone that rings, vibrates, beeps, buzzes, etc. or any
student caught texting, emailing, speaking or using a cell/mobile phone during
class will be dismissed from class - NO EXCEPTIONS! Ringing cell/mobile
phones are DISRUPTIVE and reflects Rudeness and Lack of Courtesy and
Respect towards the Presenter and Course Participants.
2) NO electronic devices (e.g. laptops, IPADs, IPODs, etc...) are allowed to be on
or used in class at anytime. Failure to adhere to this rule will result in dismal from
the class.
3) NO student is to be talking while the Professor is speaking! NO EXCEPTIONS!
Failure to adhere to this rule will result in dismal from the class.
4) Any student arriving late to class or departing the classroom while class is in
session will do so QUIETLY AND DISCRETELY. Any student that disrupts the
class once it has started will be dismissed from the class.
5) All students will respect all other students at all times. Failure to do so will
result in dismal from the class.
1) CELL/MOBILE PHONES are NOT ALLOWED to BE ON in the classroom at
any time. Any cell/mobile phone that rings, vibrates, beeps, buzzes, etc. or any
student caught texting, emailing, speaking or using a cell/mobile phone during
class will be dismissed from class - NO EXCEPTIONS! Ringing cell/mobile
phones are DISRUPTIVE and reflects Rudeness and Lack of Courtesy and
Respect towards the Presenter and Course Participants.
2) NO electronic devices (e.g. laptops, IPADs, IPODs, etc...) are allowed to be on
or used in class at anytime. Failure to adhere to this rule will result in dismal from
the class.
3) NO student is to be talking while the Professor is speaking! NO EXCEPTIONS!
Failure to adhere to this rule will result in dismal from the class.
4) Any student arriving late to class or departing the classroom while class is in
session will do so QUIETLY AND DISCRETELY. Any student that disrupts the
class once it has started will be dismissed from the class.
5) All students will respect all other students at all times. Failure to do so will
result in dismal from the class.
Classroom Etiquette: As a courtesy to others, please silence all electronic
devices during class. Refrain from idle chat during class as it distracts others and
please be on time to class.

To achieve the purposes, students are expected to follolw the rules below:
First, students should be able to prepare for the exams and quizzes.
Second, students should be abel to discuss the course topics.
Third, students must attend classes at least 80% throughout the course.
(Otherwise, the final grade F will automatically be given.)




As Courtesy to others, please silence all electronic devices during class. Avoid to
chat during class as it distracts others and please be on time to class

1) Students should be able to prepare for the exams
2) Studnets should be able to discuss the course topics
3) Studnets must attend classes at least 80% throughout the course
본 수업은 영어로 진행 됩니다.
본 수업은 영어로 진행됩니다.

수업목표를 효과적으로 달성하기 위하여 교재의 내용을 중심으로 하여 교수의
강의와 수강생들의 수업참여를 병행한다. 수강생들에게는 진도에 따라
정보시스템과 정보기술 또는 기업경영에 관련된 비디오의 시청기회가 제공된다.




As Courtesy to others, please silence all electronic devices during class. Avoid to
chat during class as it distracts others and please be on time to class

1) Students should be able to prepare for the exams
2) Studnets should be able to discuss the course topics
3) Studnets must attend classes at least 80% throughout the course
*The course will consists of lecture, discussions, assignments and
presentations
*A late submission or failure to present a speech on time will be penalized by a
10% deduction from whatever the score student receives.
*Any absence without prior notice either by email or phone message will not be
accepted except for an emergency situation.
*Attendance point deductions: 0-3 absence: 10 points, 4-5 absence: 8 pts, 6-7
absence: 6 pts, over 7 absence 4 pts.
*Tardiness to classes: 3 late arrivals will be equal to one absence.
*Class participation is strongly encouraged.
*7-minute presentation: You do not need to write a full script. You can write
down only key words or notes and use them to do your presentation




This course consists of lecture, discussions and assignments. All concepts and
skills taught in class will be utilized directly in real work situations.
Course will consist of lecture, discussions, presentation and English speech.
Class participation is strongly recommended. Students can learn from class
discussion as much as reading books. If you do not hone your speaking ability
after reading books, your progress will be minimal.




Students are encouraged to work together in all aspects of the course (e.g.,
homework and group projects). This class advocates an open book policy of
allowing students to consult textbooks, Internet resources, and classmates when
working on assignments to facilitate learning and promote collaboration. Final
exam will be the exceptions in that students must work by themselves although
they will still be allowed to consult books and Internet resources.

The Honor Code is in effect. With the open book policy, it is especially important
to clearly indicate in submitted work any materials used from other sources. Full
citation information should be given for making use of someone else's work.

Three tardiness’s to classes will be counted as one absence.

Students are encouraged to work together in all aspects of the course (e.g.,
homework and group projects). This class advocates an open book policy of
allowing students to consult textbooks, Internet resources, and classmates when
working on assignments to facilitate learning and promote collaboration. Final
exam will be the exceptions in that students must work by themselves although
they will still be allowed to consult books and Internet resources.

The Honor Code is in effect. With the open book policy, it is especially important
to clearly indicate in submitted work any materials used from other sources. Full
citation information should be given for making use of someone else's work.

Three tardiness’s to classes will be counted as one absence.





The class will combine lectures and computer labs. In the computer labs, The
instructor will teach how to run SPSS and students will have hands-on,
experiential learning via computer assignments and instruction.
1. Come to class every day.
2. Prepare for each class by reading and researching the day's topic.
3. Listen, speak, and think.
4. No sleeping, no "just listening."
5. Respect and help your classmates.
6. Don't make speeches, don't "read" your words -- we use "extemporaneous"
(live) speech!




Do the readings before class. At least try to read it
Do any homework assigned with the readings (example, creating questions or a
short summary)
Bring a dictionary.
Come to class ready to "talk about" what you've read.




1. Come to class every day.
2. Prepare for each class by reading and researching the day's topic.
3. Listen, speak, and think.
4. No sleeping, no "just listening."
5. Respect and help your classmates.
6. Don't make speeches, don't "read" your words -- we use "extemporaneous"
(live) speech!
Class will consist of both lecture and discussion. Students are expected to
participate fully in each class by asking questions and sharing their opinions
during class discussions and in assignments. To participate fully, students are
expected to have completed all assigned readings before class and arrive on
time.




Class will consist of both lecture and discussion. Students are expected to
participate fully in each class by asking questions and sharing their opinions
during class discussions. To participate fully, students are expected to have
completed all assigned readings before class and arrive on time to each class.
Attendance is mandatory.

Whenever possible, the professor should be notified in advance of a student’s
inability to attend a class. Students missing class must substantiate to their
professor a legitimate cause for their absence for it to be considered an excused
absence. Per University policy, any student missing one-third of the class hours
will automatically receive a failing grade.




Class will consist of both lecture and discussion. Students are expected to
participate fully in each class by asking questions and sharing their opinions
during class discussions. To participate fully, students are expected to have
completed all assigned readings before class and arrive on time to each class.
Attendance is mandatory.

Whenever possible, the professor should be notified in advance of a student’s
inability to attend a class. Students missing class must substantiate to their
professor a legitimate cause for their absence for it to be considered an excused
absence. Per University policy, any student missing one-third of the class hours
will automatically receive a failing grade.
see syllabus on course webpage http://stoimenov.net/stoimeno/teaching/mateng-
fall12/ from August




Teaching should be done in English.
Understand the contents of materials.




Should attend class regularly. The theorotical class will be taken first and then will
learn it through experimental way.
Dedication about experiment as well as safety is necessary.


Sholud attend class regularly. The theorotical class will be taken first and then will
learn it through experimental way.
Dedication about experiment as well as safety is necessary.


Teaching should be done in English.
Understand the contents of materials.
Regular presentations and images/videos will be shows which students need not
worry too much, every point will be explained in detail.




All the presentations and lectures will be made using Powerpoint presentations.
Students are adviced to study the previous chapters before coming to the next
one so that it will help them to understand better. Follow the presentation and try
to make lecture notes, you will surely have a good interest.




The classes will include presentations, research article discussions, latest
developments. Students are advised to attend the class regularly and follow the
presentations and read those before coming to the next classes.
2 hour Lectures based on Lecture notes and video clips
2 hour Laboratory experiments




2 hour Lectures based on Lecture notes and video clips
2 hour Laboratory experiments




2 hour Lectures based on Lecture notes and video clips
2 hour Laboratory experiments
Lectures will be done only in English and the students are highly encouraged to
participate in question and answer session during the lectures. Lecture notes in
ppt format will be distributed before the each class.




Absence/late arrivals,Incomplete assignments/Missing the exams will affect your
participation grade or sometimes results in a failing grade unless you provide a
valid written excuse.


Absence/late arrivals,Incomplete assignments/Missing the exams will affect your
participation grade or sometimes results in a failing grade unless you provide a
valid written excuse.
Throughout the semester, the students are expected to demonstrate the
following:
1. Punctuality and complete attendance in the class
2. Active participation during lecture-discussion and presentation
3. Hardwork and perseverance in understanding the course
4. Proper conduct and behavior in and outside the classroom
5. Acknowledgement and respect to one another's strengths and weaknesses
4. Compliance to all the necessary requirements for the course
Throughout the semester, the students are expected to demonstrate the
following:
1. Punctuality and complete attendance in the class
2. Active participation during lecture-discussion, presentation and group activities

3. Self motivation and willingness to enhance the communication skills using
English as the language.
4. Proper conduct and behavior in and outside classroom
5. Acknowledgement and respect to one another's strengths and weaknesses




1) Lectures and handouts are using main teaching textbook
2) Qustions answers
3) Cyber discussion
4) Workshop
5) Team discussion
Throughout the semester, the students are expected to demonstrate the
following:
1. Punctuality and complete attendance in the class
2. Active participation during lecture-discussion, presentation and group activities

3. Self motivation and willingness to enhance the communication skills using
English as the language.
4. Proper conduct and behavior in and outside classroom
5. Acknowledgement and respect to one another's strengths and weaknesses




 Brief on each project for terms and make a proposal your work, whether it is
formal or informal, is a critical part of your communication as a creative person.
 Brief on each project for terms and make a proposal your work, whether it is
formal or informal, is a critical part of your communication as a creative
person.




 Brief on each project for terms and make a proposal your work, whether it is
formal or informal, is a critical part of your communication as a creative
person.




취업하고자 하는 업체의 특성에 맞는 자신의 포트폴리오를 만들어 컨셉에서부터
디자인 까지 트랜드의 이해 와 흐름을 파악하여 개개인의 취업에 실질적인 도움이
되도록 하고 취업과 관련된 강사를 초청하여 특강과 함께 이루어진다.



 Brief on each project for terms and make a proposal your work, whether it is
formal or informal, is a critical part of your communication as a creative person.
In-Class Behaviour: Students are expected to adhere to the KMU University’s
Student Code of Conduct. Class disrupting will not be permitted, students are
expected to with civility and professionalism, and cell phones should be switched
off throughout class.
Class Participation: Students are expected to participate actively, constructively
and continuously in class. Class participation will be graded. To participate, a
student has to in class.
Class Attendance: Students are expected to attend all classes regularly, attend
each class in full, arriving late or leaving early is considered rude and disruptive
to learning environment (except for emergencies) excessive absenteeism will
result in grade penalty.
Late or deferral assignment: Is not permitted except for medical or other personal
emergencies. Professor must be notified by due date of assignment and
appropriate documentation must be presented.
Absence from exams: Professor must be notified by e-mail before the
examination. Appropriate documentation must be presented to the professor
such as doctor’s note for a make-up exam to be scheduled. 

Academic Dishonesty/Integrity: Using someone else’s data, work or research
findings without acknowledging the source using proper citation is plagiarism.
In-Class Behaviour: Students are expected to adhere to the KMU University’s
Student Code of Conduct. Class disrupting will not be permitted, students are
expected to with civility and professionalism, and cell phones should be switched
off throughout class.
Class Participation: Students are expected to participate actively, constructively
and continuously in class. Class participation will be graded. To participate, a
student has to in class.
Class Attendance: Students are expected to attend all classes regularly, attend
each class in full, arriving late or leaving early is considered rude and disruptive
to learning environment (except for emergencies) excessive absenteeism will
result in grade penalty.
Late or deferral assignment: Is not permitted except for medical or other personal
emergencies. Professor must be notified by due date of assignment and
appropriate documentation must be presented.
Absence from exams: Professor must be notified by e-mail before the
examination. Appropriate documentation must be presented to the professor
such as doctor’s note for a make-up exam to be scheduled. 

Academic Dishonesty/Integrity: Using someone else’s data, work or research
findings without acknowledging the source using proper citation is plagiarism.
In-Class Behaviour: Students are expected to adhere to the KMU University’s
Student Code of Conduct. Class disrupting will not be permitted, students are
expected to with civility and professionalism, and cell phones should be switched
off throughout class.
Class Participation: Students are expected to participate actively, constructively
and continuously in class. Class participation will be graded. To participate, a
student has to in class.
Class Attendance: Students are expected to attend all classes regularly, attend
each class in full, arriving late or leaving early is considered rude and disruptive
to learning environment (except for emergencies) excessive absenteeism will
result in grade penalty.
Late or deferral assignment: Is not permitted except for medical or other personal
emergencies. Professor must be notified by due date of assignment and
appropriate documentation must be presented.
Absence from exams: Professor must be notified by e-mail before the
examination. Appropriate documentation must be presented to the professor
such as doctor’s note for a make-up exam to be scheduled. 

Academic Dishonesty/Integrity: Using someone else’s data, work or research
findings without acknowledging the source using proper citation is plagiarism.
Plagiarized assignments will be graded zero.
In-Class Behaviour: Students are expected to adhere to the KMU University’s
Student Code of Conduct. Class disrupting will not be permitted, students are
expected to with civility and professionalism, and cell phones should be switched
off throughout class.
Class Participation: Students are expected to participate actively, constructively
and continuously in class. Class participation will be graded. To participate, a
student has to in class.
Class Attendance: Students are expected to attend all classes regularly, attend
each class in full, arriving late or leaving early is considered rude and disruptive
to learning environment (except for emergencies) excessive absenteeism will
result in grade penalty.
Late or deferral assignment: Is not permitted except for medical or other personal
emergencies. Professor must be notified by due date of assignment and
appropriate documentation must be presented.
Absence from exams: Professor must be notified by e-mail before the
examination. Appropriate documentation must be presented to the professor
such as doctor’s note for a make-up exam to be scheduled. 

Academic Dishonesty/Integrity: Using someone else’s data, work or research
findings without acknowledging the source using proper citation is plagiarism.
Plagiarized assignments will be graded zero.




1. Instruction Theory lesson (5 weeks)

2. Class dicussion , presentation of composer's background.

3. paper work, IPA

4. test piece




3 lateness will count as1absence. Although a make-up exam will be offered for a
missed exam, the grade will be reduced by 70% with a valid written excuse(such
as a note from your doctor or from court.)

If you have any questions or concern, please contact the instructor at: 010-5027-
2449, chaekisynn@kmu.ac.kr
1. Come to class on time and be prepared for class with all materials and
assignments complete.
2. Participate in class.
3. Do your best work.
4. If you miss a class, you are responsible to make up the work you missed. Ask
a classmate, look on our class website, or e-mail the professor, but do not come
back to class unaware.
5. Attendance is important. Everyone is given 1 excused absence. If you are
absent more than 4 times you will fail the class. If you are late 3 times it is the
same as 1 absence.
6. Late work: Every week late you will lose 10%. Example: 1 week late- 90%
highest possible or 3 weeks late- 70% highest possible.




1. Come to class on time and be prepared for class with all materials and
assignments complete.
2. Participate in class.
3. Do your best work.
4. If you miss a class, you are responsible to make up the work you missed. Ask
a classmate, look on our class website, or e-mail the professor, but do not come
back to class unaware.
5. Attendance is important. Everyone is given 1 excused absence. If you are
absent more than 4 times you will fail the class. If you are late 3 times it is the
same as 1 absence.
6. Late work: Every week late you will lose 10%. Example: 1 week late- 90%
highest possible or 3 weeks late- 70% highest possible.




1. Come to class on time and be prepared for class with all materials and
assignments complete. If you miss a class, you are responsible to make up the
work you missed. Ask a classmate, look on our class website, or e-mail the
professor, but do not come back to class unaware!
2. Participate in class.
3. Do your best work.
1. Come to class on time and be prepared for class with all materials and
assignments complete. If you miss a class, you are responsible to make up the
work you missed. Ask a classmate, look on our class website, or e-mail the
professor, but do not come back to class unaware!
2. Participate in class.
3. Do your best work.




The course will consist of lectures, demonstrations, and supervised labs related
to advanced black and white darkroom developing and printing techniques.
The course will consist of lectures, demonstrations, and supervised labs related
to advanced black and white darkroom developing and printing techniques.




In class student participation is required. Therefore, attendance is expected at all
class sessions and the student’s presence throughout the entire class time is
mandatory. Students missing class must substantiate to their instructor a
justifiable cause for their absence for it to be considered an excused absence.
Accumulating three unexcused absences during the semester will automatically
result in a full letter-grade drop in the final grade for the course. As per University
policy, any student missing one-third of the class hours will automatically receive
a failing grade. Whenever possible, the professor should be notified in advance
of a student’s inability to attend a class. 


A student is considered late if they arrive after the first 15 minutes of class.
Three late arrivals will equal one unexcused absence. A student arriving more
than one hour late will be considered absent for the entire class.
In class student participation is required. Therefore, attendance is expected at all
class sessions and the student’s presence throughout the entire class time is
mandatory. Students missing class must substantiate to their instructor a
justifiable cause for their absence for it to be considered an excused absence.
Accumulating three unexcused absences during the semester will automatically
result in a full letter-grade drop in the final grade for the course. As per University
policy, any student missing one-third of the class hours will automatically receive
a failing grade. Whenever possible, the professor should be notified in advance
of a student’s inability to attend a class. 


A student is considered late if they arrive after the first 15 minutes of class.
Three late arrivals will equal one unexcused absence. A student arriving more
than one hour late will be considered absent for the entire class.
In class student participation is required. Therefore, attendance is expected at all
class sessions and the student’s presence throughout the entire class time is
mandatory. Students missing class must substantiate to their instructor a
justifiable cause for their absence for it to be considered an excused absence.
Accumulating two unexcused absences during the semester will automatically
result in a full letter-grade drop in the final grade for the course. As per University
policy, any student missing one-third of the class hours will automatically receive
failing grade. Whenever possible, the professor should be notified in advance of
a student’s inability to attend a class. 


A student is considered late if they arrive after the first 10 minutes of class. Two
late arrivals will equal one unexcused absence. A student arriving more than one
hour late will be considered absent for the entire class.
Preparation for Class
Students are expected to take responsibility for, and make a commitment to their
learning. Students are expected to be prepared at the start of each class with
assigned work and supplies. Class time is to illustrate, clarify and implement the
most relevant parts of a subject. In order for a student to fully grasp the subject,
other individual research and study outside of the scheduled class period is
essential. The professor cannot redeliver content covered in scheduled classes
on an individual basis. Any student not present during a scheduled class session
is responsible for finding out what occurred in class during that session from
students that were present, and for completing all material covered or
assignments made during the absence and being up to date and fully prepared
for the next scheduled class! Each student is advised to choose a study partner
to ensure all information covered in class is received in case of absence. After
thoroughly reviewing the missed information the student can consult the faculty to
clarify anything that may be confusing.
Preparation for Class
Students are expected to take responsibility for, and make a commitment to their
learning. Students are expected to be prepared at the start of each class with
assigned work and supplies. Class time is to illustrate, clarify and implement the
most relevant parts of a subject. In order for a student to fully grasp the subject,
other individual research and study outside of the scheduled class period is
essential. The professor cannot redeliver content covered in scheduled classes
on an individual basis. Any student not present during a scheduled class session
is responsible for finding out what occurred in class during that session from
students that were present, and for completing all material covered or
assignments made during the absence and being up to date and fully prepared
for the next scheduled class! Each student is advised to choose a study partner
to ensure all information covered in class is received in case of absence. After
thoroughly reviewing the missed information the student can consult the faculty to
clarify anything that may be confusing.
Preparation for Class
Students are expected to take responsibility for, and make a commitment to their
learning. Students are expected to be prepared at the start of each class with
assigned work and supplies. Class time is to illustrate, clarify and implement the
most relevant parts of a subject. In order for a student to fully grasp the subject,
other individual research and study outside of the scheduled class period is
essential. The professor cannot redeliver content covered in scheduled classes
on an individual basis. Any student not present during a scheduled class session
is responsible for finding out what occurred in class during that session from
students that were present, and for completing all material covered or
assignments made during the absence and being up to date and fully prepared
for the next scheduled class! Each student is advised to choose a study partner
to ensure all information covered in class is received in case of absence. After
thoroughly reviewing the missed information the student can consult the faculty to
clarify anything that may be confusing.




1. Communicate in English during the class.
2. Core information of the lecture would be re-stated in Korean during the last 5
minutes of each class, if needed.
3. All the teaching materials including PPT are written in English.
4. All presentations and questions that students provide in the class should be
also done in English during the class.
5. Participation is extremely important. In each class, class participation by giving
questions or answers in English would be checked.
1. Students are expected to read and understand the materials before coming to
class
2. Students are not allowed to use their mobilephones except if they need to use
the dictionary to translate the words they do    not know. Points shall be
deducted to their scores once caught.
3. Students shall be given the opportunity to increase their points during the Q&A
part of the class. Bonus points will be given to   them if they answer the
questions correctly, or they ask questions that are relevant to the topic.




This course is intended to provide students with a variety of learning experiences
related to the theory and practice in the field of leisure and recreation
environments. Lecture, class discussion, group activity, case studies, and
individual assignments will be utilized as methods to reach the instructional goals.
The course meets Mon and Wed at PE 108.
This meeting will consist of lectures, class activities, and discussions.

Important Notice - "Participation Policy"

* 2 tardy = 1 absent
* After 4 absents without excuses in advance = No semester grade

This course is designed to provide an active learning experience. To benefit from
the class, you need to arrive on time having already completed the assigned
reading, ready to engage in discussion about the material.




Not listening to the teacher (not paying attention)
Not doing the activity properly
Being late to class, or sleeping in class
Using your phone/computer in class when not required
Not having a book/pen/pencil/eraser
No homework
Any other lack of participation in class
No plagiarism
Mainly Lecture by instructor, but time will be given for practicing, presentation,
and discussion.
There will be quizzes biweekly.




Your attendance will be recorded every class by reading the attendance sheet.
Missing one-third of the lectures would lead to the failure of the course.
- English speaking class
- Class participation
- Mid/Final exam
- Project & programming assignment
- writtem assignment




- English Speaking class
- Class attendence
- Mid term exam
- Project milestone checkups
- Final game presentation




This course is presented over 16 weeks. Each week the students will attend two
lectures, each of 1.5 hours in length. In addition, students will be expected to
spend time outside of class implementing ideas and reinforcing the knowledge
learned during class time




Not listening to the teacher (not paying attention)
Not doing the activity properly
Being late to class, or sleeping in class
Using your phone/computer in class when not required
Not having a book/pen/pencil/eraser
No homework
Any other lack of participation in class
No plagiarism
If you want to succeed in our class you must
a) Be dynamic on the lessons.
b) Do not be afraid to make the mistakes
c) Pay attention to the tasks




If you want to succeed in our class you must
a) Be dynamic on the lessons.
b) Do not be afraid to make the mistakes
c) Pay attention to the tasks




 - attendance 25%
 - class participation (training) 20%
 - tests 10%
 - midterm exam 15%
- final exam 30%
1. Group theory lectures (그룹 이론 강의)
2. Individual piano lessons (1:1 실기 수업)
3. Listening to music samples (음악 감상)




Group discussion, Students' presentation of selected topics on human diseases,
pharmacotherapy, and drug development
Lectures, Group discussion, Students’ presentation




Lectures, Group discussion, Students’ report preparation (Home asignment)




Lectures, Group discussion, Students’ presentation
Lectures, Group discussion, Students’ report preparation (Home asignment)




All instruction and class discussion will be in English.

The classroom is not the place for constant cigarette breaks, gossiping with
friends, or playing with cell phones. Computers are permitted but may not be
used for surfing or video games. Please treat others courteously in class.
Students who spend the class sleeping or text messaging may be marked
absent.




All instruction and class discussion will be in English.

The classroom is not the place for constant cigarette breaks, gossiping with
friends, or playing with cell phones. Computers are permitted but may not be
used for surfing or video games. Please treat others courteously in class.
Students who spend the class sleeping or text messaging may be marked
absent.
Come to class with a positive attitude, don’t be scared to try ~ there are no bad
mistakes or questions.
Use English as much as possible during class. Bonus points are given for
participation.
Have respect for your teacher and your classmates. If you do not understand
something, please ask the teacher.
Students should bring the textbook, paper, pen/pencil, and any other material
assigned from the school website.
Do NOT copy or use material from the internet.
Do NOT use an online translator.
DO NOT use cell phones in class (talking and texting).




1. Don't be late.
2. Bring your book.
3. Do your homework.
4. Work hard in class.
Speak only English.
Participate in classroom activities.
Show respect for your teacher and other students.
Listen when others are speaking.
Ask for help when you need it!




You will lose participation points by doing the following:
Talking in Korean
Not listening to the teacher (not paying attention)
Not responding at all (not talking during group responses)
Not doing the activity properly (not talking in sentences)
Being late to class, or sleeping in class
Using your phone/computer in class
Not having a book/pen/pencil/eraser
No homework
Any other lack of participation in class
1. Don't be late.
2. Bring your book.
3. Do your homework.
4. Work hard in class.




Students must bring their books to each class, unless otherwise stated. Without
their books, they will not receive full attendance/participation grades. Students
must participate in classroom activities and discussions to receive
attendance/participation grades.
Come to class with a positive attitude, don’t be scared to try ~ there are no bad
mistakes or questions.
Use English as much as possible during class. Bonus points are given for
participation.
Have respect for your teacher and your classmates. If you do not understand
something, please ask the teacher.
Students should bring the textbook, paper, pen/pencil, and any other material
assigned from the school website.
Do NOT copy or use material from the internet.
Do NOT use an online translator.
DO NOT use cell phones in class (talking and texting).




Speak only English.
Participate in classroom activities.
Show respect for your teacher and other students.
Listen when others are speaking.
Ask for help when you need it!
1. Speak English.
2. Don't be late.
3. Turn off your phone.
4. Bring your book.




You will lose participation points by doing the following:
Talking in Korean
Not listening to the teacher (not paying attention)
Not responding at all (not talking during group responses)
Not doing the activity properly (not talking in sentences)
Being late to class, or sleeping in class
Using your phone/computer in class
Not having a book/pen/pencil/eraser
No homework
Any other lack of participation in class




Come to class with a positive attitude, don’t be scared to try ~ there are no bad
mistakes or questions.
Use English as much as possible during class. Bonus points are given for
participation.
Have respect for your teacher and your classmates. If you do not understand
something, please ask the teacher.
Students should bring the textbook, paper, pen/pencil, and any other material
assigned from the school website.
Do NOT copy or use material from the internet.
Do NOT use an online translator.
DO NOT use cell phones in class (talking and texting).
1. Don't be late.
2. Bring your book.
3. Do your homework.
4. Work hard in class.




Students must bring their books to each class, unless otherwise stated. Without
their books, they will not receive full attendance/participation grades. Students
must participate in classroom activities and discussions to receive
attendance/participation grades.




1. Speak English.
2. Don't be late.
3. Turn off your phone.
4. Bring your book.
Students must bring their books to each class, unless otherwise stated. Without
their books, they will not receive full attendance/participation grades. Students
must participate in classroom activities and discussions to receive
attendance/participation grades.




Come to class with a positive attitude, don’t be scared to try ~ there are no bad
mistakes or questions.
Use English as much as possible during class. Bonus points are given for
participation.
Have respect for your teacher and your classmates. If you do not understand
something, please ask the teacher.
Students should bring the textbook, paper, pen/pencil, and any other material
assigned from the school website.
Do NOT copy or use material from the internet.
Do NOT use an online translator.
DO NOT use cell phones in class (talking and texting).




1. Don't be late.
2. Bring your book.
3. Do your homework.
4. Work hard in class.
Come to class with a positive attitude, don’t be scared to try ~ there are no bad
mistakes or questions.
Use English as much as possible during class. Bonus points are given for
participation.
Have respect for your teacher and your classmates. If you do not understand
something, please ask the teacher.
Students should bring the textbook, paper, pen/pencil, and any other material
assigned from the school website.
Do NOT copy or use material from the internet.
Do NOT use an online translator.
DO NOT use cell phones in class (talking and texting).




Speak only English.
Participate in classroom activities.
Show respect for your teacher and other students.
Listen when others are speaking.
Ask for help when you need it!
1. Speak English.
2. Don't be late.
3. Turn off your phone.
4. Bring your book.




You will lose participation points by doing the following:
Talking in Korean
Not listening to the teacher (not paying attention)
Not responding at all (not talking during group responses)
Not doing the activity properly (not talking in sentences)
Being late to class, or sleeping in class
Using your phone/computer in class
Not having a book/pen/pencil/eraser
No homework
Any other lack of participation in class




You will lose participation points by doing the following:
Talking in Korean
Not listening to the teacher (not paying attention)
Not responding at all (not talking during group responses)
Not doing the activity properly (not talking in sentences)
Being late to class, or sleeping in class
Using your phone/computer in class
Not having a book/pen/pencil/eraser
No homework
Any other lack of participation in class
1. Come to class, have a positive attitude, don’t be scared to try - there are no
bad mistakes.
2. Use English as much as possible during the class. Points will be given for
participation!
3. If you don’t understand something, ask your teacher.

4. Students should bring a textbook and a pen/pencil. If they don't then it will be
difficult to participate and study in this class.
5. Do not use cell phones in class. Participation points will be deducted if cell
phones are used.
6. Do NOT copy or use material from the internet - it is usually Konglish.
1. Come to class, have a positive attitude, don’t be scared to try - there are no
bad mistakes.
2. Use English as much as possible during the class. Points will be given for
participation!
3. If you don’t understand something, ask your teacher.

4. Students should bring a textbook and a pen/pencil. If they don't then it will be
difficult to participate and study in this class.
5. Do not use cell phones in class. Participation points will be deducted if cell
phones are used.
6. Do NOT copy or use material from the internet - it is usually Konglish.




1. Come to class, have a positive attitude, don’t be scared to try - there are no
bad mistakes.
2. Use English as much as possible during the class. Points will be given for
participation!
3. If you don’t understand something, ask your teacher.

4. Students should bring a textbook and a pen/pencil. If they don't then it will be
difficult to participate and study in this class.
5. Do not use cell phones in class. Participation points will be deducted if cell
phones are used.
6. Do NOT copy or use material from the internet - it is usually Konglish.
1. Show manners you would use with your grandparents!
2. Ask questions and ask for help! Help others! Be respectful of others, your
professor and even yourself!
3. Students lose grade points for being late or absent, phone calls/text
messaging, having no textbook or sleeping.




Students should not be absent without reason.
Students should not be late without reason.
Students should participate in class activities.
Students should come to class prepared.




1. Speak English.
2. Don't be late.
3. Turn off your phone.
4. Bring your book.
1. Show manners you would use with your grandparents!
2. Ask questions and ask for help! Help others! Be respectful of others, your
professor and even yourself!
3. Students lose grade points for being late or absent, phone calls/text
messaging, having no textbook or sleeping.




1. Don't be late
2. Bring your book.
3. Put Kakao and Tic Toc away.
4. Work hard and do what I ask of you.
5. Finish your homework.




1. Show manners you would use with your grandparents!
2. Ask questions and ask for help! Help others! Be respectful of others, your
professor and even yourself!
3. Students lose grade points for being late or absent, phone calls/text
messaging, having no textbook or sleeping.
Students should not be absent without reason.
Students should not be late without reason.
Students should participate in class activities.
Students should come to class prepared.




1. Show manners you would use with your grandparents!
2. Ask questions and ask for help! Help others! Be respectful of others, your
professor and even yourself!
3. Students lose grade points for being late or absent, phone calls/text
messaging, having no textbook or sleeping.




1. Try to use English as much as possible during the class. Points will be given
for participation!
2. Students should have a textbook and a pen/pencil. If they don't then it will be
difficult for them to participate and study in this class.
3. Cellular phones should be turned off upon entering the class. Participation
points will be deducted if this poses a problem.
4. Homework assignments will be given. If found cheating, students will receive
an ‘F’ grade.

5. Lateness will not be tolerated. Any student who is more than 20 minutes late
will be marked absent. Late students disrupt the class, which is not fair to other
students.
6. If students miss more than 1/3 of all classes, they will receive an 'F'
grade(university policy)
Always bring to class the following:

1. English Communication 2
2. A notebook
3. A pen or pencil
4. A dictionary (cell phone dictionaries are acceptable)




1. Students must purchase required textbook
2. Cell phones are to be turned off at all times
3. More than 5 minutes late will mean an absent
4. Show respect to professor and classmates
Speak only English.
Participate in classroom activities.
Show respect for your teacher and other students.
Listen when others are speaking.
Ask for help when you need it!




1. Students must purchase required textbook
2. Cell phones are to be turned off at all times
3. More than 5 minutes late will mean an absent
4. Show respect to professor and classmates
Always bring to class the following:

1. English Communication 2
2. A notebook
3. A pen or pencil
4. A dictionary (cell phone dictionaries are acceptable)




You will lose participation points by doing the following:
Talking in Korean
Not listening to the teacher (not paying attention)
Not responding at all (not talking during group responses)
Not doing the activity properly (not talking in sentences)
Being late to class, or sleeping in class
Using your phone/computer in class
Not having a book/pen/pencil/eraser
No homework
Any other lack of participation in class
Speak only English.
Participate in classroom activities.
Show respect for your teacher and other students.
Listen when others are speaking.
Ask for help when you need it!




1. Try to use English as much as possible during the class. Points will be given
for participation!
2. Students should have a textbook and a pen/pencil. If they don't then it will be
difficult for them to participate and study in this class.
3. Cellular phones should be turned off upon entering the class. Participation
points will be deducted if this poses a problem.
4. Homework assignments will be given. If found cheating, students will receive
an ‘F’ grade.

5. Lateness will not be tolerated. Any student who is more than 20 minutes late
will be marked absent. Late students disrupt the class, which is not fair to other
students.
6. If students miss more than 1/3 of all classes, they will receive an 'F'
grade(university policy)
Speak only English.
Participate in classroom activities.
Show respect for your teacher and other students.
Listen when others are speaking.
Ask for help when you need it!




1. Students must purchase required textbook
2. Cell phones are to be turned off at all times
3. More than 5 minutes late will mean an absent
4. Show respect to professor and classmates
Always bring to class the following:

1. English Communication 2
2. A notebook
3. A pen or pencil
4. A dictionary (cell phone dictionaries are acceptable)




Come to class with a positive attitude, don’t be scared to try ~ there are no bad
mistakes or questions.
Use English as much as possible during class. Bonus points are given for
participation.
Have respect for your teacher and your classmates. If you do not understand
something, please ask the teacher.
Students should bring the textbook, paper, pen/pencil, and any other material
assigned from the school website.
Do NOT copy or use material from the internet.
Do NOT use an online translator.
DO NOT use cell phones in class (talking and texting).




1. Don't be late
2. Bring your book.
3. Put Kakao and Tic Toc away.
4. Work hard and do what I ask of you.
5. Finish your homework.
1. Speak English.
2. Don't be late.
3. Turn off your phone.
4. Bring your book.




You will lose participation points by doing the following:
Talking in Korean
Not listening to the teacher (not paying attention)
Not responding at all (not talking during group responses)
Not doing the activity properly (not talking in sentences)
Being late to class, or sleeping in class
Using your phone/computer in class
Not having a book/pen/pencil/eraser
No homework
Any other lack of participation in class
1. Show manners you would use with your grandparents!
2. Ask questions and ask for help! Help others! Be respectful of others, your
professor and even yourself!
3. Students lose grade points for being late or absent, phone calls/text
messaging, having no textbook or sleeping.




Students should not be absent without reason.
Students should not be late without reason.
Students should participate in class activities.
Students should come to class prepared.




1. Come to class, have a positive attitude, don’t be scared to try - there are no
bad mistakes.
2. Use English as much as possible during the class. Points will be given for
participation!
3. If you don’t understand something, ask your teacher.

4. Students should bring a textbook and a pen/pencil. If they don't then it will be
difficult to participate and study in this class.
5. Do not use cell phones in class. Participation points will be deducted if cell
phones are used.
6. Do NOT copy or use material from the internet - it is usually Konglish.
1. Come to class, have a positive attitude, don’t be scared to try - there are no
bad mistakes.
2. Use English as much as possible during the class. Points will be given for
participation!
3. If you don’t understand something, ask your teacher.

4. Students should bring a textbook and a pen/pencil. If they don't then it will be
difficult to participate and study in this class.
5. Do not use cell phones in class. Participation points will be deducted if cell
phones are used.
6. Do NOT copy or use material from the internet - it is usually Konglish.




1. Try to use English as much as possible during the class. Points will be given
for participation!
2. Students should have a textbook and a pen/pencil. If they don't then it will be
difficult for them to participate and study in this class.
3. Cellular phones should be turned off upon entering the class. Participation
points will be deducted if this poses a problem.
4. Homework assignments will be given. If found cheating, students will receive
an ‘F’ grade.

5. Lateness will not be tolerated. Any student who is more than 20 minutes late
will be marked absent. Late students disrupt the class, which is not fair to other
students.
6. If students miss more than 1/3 of all classes, they will receive an 'F'
grade(university policy)
Always bring to class the following:

1. English Communication 2
2. A notebook
3. A pen or pencil
4. A dictionary (cell phone dictionaries are acceptable)




1. Students must purchase required textbook
2. Cell phones are to be turned off at all times
3. More than 5 minutes late will mean an absent
4. Show respect to professor and classmates
Speak only English.
Participate in classroom activities.
Show respect for your teacher and other students.
Listen when others are speaking.
Ask for help when you need it!




1. Try to use English as much as possible during the class. Points will be given
for participation!
2. Students should have a textbook and a pen/pencil. If they don't then it will be
difficult for them to participate and study in this class.
3. Cellular phones should be turned off upon entering the class. Participation
points will be deducted if this poses a problem.
4. Homework assignments will be given. If found cheating, students will receive
an ‘F’ grade.

5. Lateness will not be tolerated. Any student who is more than 20 minutes late
will be marked absent. Late students disrupt the class, which is not fair to other
students.
6. If students miss more than 1/3 of all classes, they will receive an 'F'
grade(university policy)
Always bring to class the following:

1. English Communication 2
2. A notebook
3. A pen or pencil
4. A dictionary (cell phone dictionaries are acceptable)




1. Students must purchase required textbook
2. Cell phones are to be turned off at all times
3. More than 5 minutes late will mean an absent
4. Show respect to professor and classmates




1. Try to use English as much as possible during the class. Points will be given
for participation!
2. Students should have a textbook and a pen/pencil. If they don't then it will be
difficult for them to participate and study in this class.
3. Cellular phones should be turned off upon entering the class. Participation
points will be deducted if this poses a problem.
4. Homework assignments will be given. If found cheating, students will receive
an ‘F’ grade.

5. Lateness will not be tolerated. Any student who is more than 20 minutes late
will be marked absent. Late students disrupt the class, which is not fair to other
students.
6. If students miss more than 1/3 of all classes, they will receive an 'F'
grade(university policy)
Always bring to class the following:

1. English Communication 2
2. A notebook
3. A pen or pencil
4. A dictionary (cell phone dictionaries are acceptable)




1. Students must purchase required textbook
2. Cell phones are to be turned off at all times
3. More than 5 minutes late will mean an absent
4. Show respect to professor and classmates
Speak only English.
Participate in classroom activities.
Show respect for your teacher and other students.
Listen when others are speaking.
Ask for help when you need it!




1. Speak English.
2. Don't be late.
3. Turn off your phone.
4. Bring your book.
1. Try to use English as much as possible during the class. Points will be given
for participation!
2. Students should have a textbook and a pen/pencil. If they don't then it will be
difficult for them to participate and study in this class.
3. Cellular phones should be turned off upon entering the class. Participation
points will be deducted if this poses a problem.
4. Homework assignments will be given. If found cheating, students will receive
an ‘F’ grade.

5. Lateness will not be tolerated. Any student who is more than 20 minutes late
will be marked absent. Late students disrupt the class, which is not fair to other
students.
6. If students miss more than 1/3 of all classes, they will receive an 'F'
grade(university policy)




1. Show manners you would use with your grandparents!
2. Ask questions and ask for help! Help others! Be respectful of others, your
professor and even yourself!
3. Students lose grade points for being late or absent, phone calls/text
messaging, having no textbook or sleeping.




1. Come to class, have a positive attitude, don’t be scared to try - there are no
bad mistakes.
2. Use English as much as possible during the class. Points will be given for
participation!
3. If you don’t understand something, ask your teacher.

4. Students should bring a textbook and a pen/pencil. If they don't then it will be
difficult to participate and study in this class.
5. Do not use cell phones in class. Participation points will be deducted if cell
phones are used.
6. Do NOT copy or use material from the internet - it is usually Konglish.
Students should not be absent without reason.
Students should not be late without reason.
Students should participate in class activities.
Students should come to class prepared.




Students must bring their books to each class, unless otherwise stated. Without
their books or supplemental material, they will not receive full
attendance/participation grades. Students must participate in classroom activities
and discussions to receive attendance/participation grades.
1. Speak English.
2. Don't be late.
3. Turn off your phone.
4. Bring your book.




Students should not be absent without reason.
Students should not be late without reason.
Students should participate in class activities.
Students should come to class prepared.




1. Speak English.
2. Don't be late.
3. Turn off your phone.
4. Bring your book.
In this class, there should be VERY LITTLE Korean speaking, and A LOT of
English speaking. Students should also not be using cell phones during class.
Students are required to participate, to help them learn, and to benefit their
grades. Finally, students must respect the professor, respect each other, and
respect themselves.




1. Show manners you would use with your grandparents!
2. Ask questions and ask for help! Help others! Be respectful of others, your
professor and even yourself!
3. Students lose grade points for being late or absent, phone calls/text
messaging, having no textbook or sleeping.




Students must bring their books to each class, unless otherwise stated. Without
their books, they will not receive full attendance/participation grades. Students
must participate in classroom activities and discussions to receive
attendance/participation grades.
1. Speak English.
2. Don't be late.
3. Turn off your phone.
4. Bring your book.




In this class, there should be VERY LITTLE Korean speaking, and A LOT of
English speaking. Students should also not be using cell phones during class.
Students are required to participate, to help them learn, and to benefit their
grades. Finally, students must respect the professor, respect each other, and
respect themselves.




1. Speak English.
2. Don't be late.
3. Turn off your phone.
4. Bring your book.
In this class, there should be VERY LITTLE Korean speaking, and A LOT of
English speaking. Students should also not be using cell phones during class.
Students are required to participate, to help them learn, and to benefit their
grades. Finally, students must respect the professor, respect each other, and
respect themselves.




1. Show manners you would use with your grandparents!
2. Ask questions and ask for help! Help others! Be respectful of others, your
professor and even yourself!
3. Students lose grade points for being late or absent, phone calls/text
messaging, having no textbook or sleeping.




In this class, there should be VERY LITTLE Korean speaking, and A LOT of
English speaking. Students should also not be using cell phones during class.
Students are required to participate, to help them learn, and to benefit their
grades. Finally, students must respect the professor, respect each other, and
respect themselves.
Students must bring their books to each class, unless otherwise stated. Without
their books, they will not receive full attendance/participation grades. Students
must participate in classroom activities and discussions to receive
attendance/participation grades.




1. Show manners you would use with your grandparents!
2. Ask questions and ask for help! Help others! Be respectful of others, your
professor and even yourself!
3. Students lose grade points for being late or absent, phone calls/text
messaging, having no textbook or sleeping.




1. Speak English.
2. Don't be late.
3. Turn off your phone.
4. Bring your book.
In this class, there should be VERY LITTLE Korean speaking, and A LOT of
English speaking. Students should also not be using cell phones during class.
Students are required to participate, to help them learn, and to benefit their
grades. Finally, students must respect the professor, respect each other, and
respect themselves.




1. Speak English.
2. Don't be late.
3. Turn off your phone.
4. Bring your book.




In this class, there should be VERY LITTLE Korean speaking, and A LOT of
English speaking. Students should also not be using cell phones during class.
Students are required to participate, to help them learn, and to benefit their
grades. Finally, students must respect the professor, respect each other, and
respect themselves.
Students should not be absent without reason.
Students should not be late without reason.
Students should participate in class activities.
Students should come to class prepared.




1. Show manners you would use with your grandparents!
2. Ask questions and ask for help! Help others! Be respectful of others, your
professor and even yourself!
3. Students lose grade points for being late or absent, phone calls/text
messaging, having no textbook or sleeping.




This is a credit course in English fluency and so all instruction and discussion will
be in English. Students who must be persistently reminded to not speak in
Korean will have their participation grades reduced.

The classroom is not the place for constant cigarette breaks, gossiping with
friends, or playing with cell phones. Computers are permitted but may not be
used for surfing or video games. Please treat your instructor and fellow students
courteously in class. Students who spend the class sleeping or text messaging
may be marked absent.
Textbook                                Assessment




There is no set textbook for this       Class Preparation and Participation:
course but students will be provided    30%
with photocopied article/chapter        Mid-term exam: 20% (Week 8)
length reading assignments each         Final exam: 20% (Week 16)
week.                                   Written Assignment 1: 15% (due Week
                                        7)
                                        Written Assignment 2: 15% (due Week
                                        15)


There is no set textbook for this       Class attendance: 20%
course but students will be provided    Class participation: 10%
with photocopied article/chapter        Mid-term exam: 20% (Week 8)
length reading assignments each         Final exam: 20% (Week 16)
week.                                   Written Assignment 1: 15% (Due on
                                        Week 7)
                                        Written Assignment 2: 15% (Due on
                                        Week 15)




compilation of academic and             to be finalized later, but approximately
jounalistic articles with sections of   20% participation in the class and
-overview                               discussion
-mothers and full time housewives       40% several 1-2 page-long essays on
-women in between family and            reading, videos shown in the class and
society                                 newpaper articles, and presentation
-women's bodies                         30% take-home exam
-gendered sexuality
-women and IT and others
A. Main text book: Four books will be   Attendance & Class
introduced during the semester: will    Participation20%Attend all class
be informed before the semester         sessions and punctuality is also very
begins                                  important
Sample Book Titles :                    Reading Presentation20%Grade
Gaarder, Jostein “Sophie’s World”,      based on presentation skills and depth
FSG Classics                            of understanding of their reading
E.H. Carr. “What is History”. 
         Exam                     20%Midterm
Nicolo Machiavelli. “The Prince”, 
     & Final (Essay)
Drucker Peter F. “The Essential         Written Reports           40%Based
Drucker”, Colins 
                      on written assignments
Thaler, Richard H. and Sunstein Cass    Total                  100%Final
R. “Nudge”, A Penquin Book,             distributions will be based on the
Economics/Psychology                    Undergraduate policy for the grading
Gladwell, Malcolm, “The Tipping
Point”, “Outliers”, Back Bay Books



                                        1) Attendance - 20%
                                        2) Class participation and presentation -
                                        20%
                                        3) Midterm Exam - 20%
                                        4) Final Exam - 30%
                                        5) Assignment - 10%




                                        1) Attendance - 20%
                                        2) Class participation and presentation -
                                        20%
                                        3) Midterm Exam - 20%
                                        4) Final Exam - 30%
                                        5) Assignment - 10%
Handouts will be provided in class.   10 points: attendance & daily status
                                      report
                                      45 points: Projects (the individual
                                      projects will be introduced in class;
                                      there will be one per program that we
                                      focus on)
                                      20 points: periodic skill checks
                                      25 points: final portfolio




Macroeconomics, 2nd ed., Jones, W. Grades will be assigned based on your
W. Norton & Co.                    performance on the following:
Class materials available on the
course webpage.                    Midterm Exam200 pts.
                                   Final Exam300
                                   Quizzes           100
                                   Problem Sets100
                                   Group Presentation100
                                   Group Project100
                                   Class Participation100
                                          1,000 pts.

                                      The midterm and comprehensive final
                                      exam will be closed book and closed
                                      notes. The quizzes will be open book
                                      and open notes, in addition your lowest
                                      score will be dropped. You will be
                                      responsible for presenting a homework
                                      problem and writing a report on an
                                      assigned topic in groups. Your score on
                                      the problem sets will consist of five of
                                      the six assigned (or, the lowest of your
                                      six scores will not count). You may work
                                      together on problem sets, but should
                                      write up and hand them in on your own.
                                      Class participation points are earned by
                                      attendance, in addition to asking or
                                      answering questions, or contributing to
                                      discussions. Grades will be assigned
                                      according to university policy.
Primary materials will be provided by   Course evaluation is as follows: 10%
the Professor. Secondary textbook is    attendance, 20% class presentations
Legal Traditions of the World, H.       and participation, 30% mid-term, 40%
Patrick Glenn, Oxford University        final.
Press (Third Edition) (2007).




1) 국기 태권도 교본                            1. 출석 20%
2) 태권도란 무엇인가?                           2. 과제물 10%
3) 세계 태권도 연맹 품세 규정                      3. 수업태도 10%
4) 품새 교본 이규형                            4. 중간고사 30%
                                        5. 기말고사 30%




Interactions 2 Writing, Cheryl Pavlik & Evaluation will be a mix of
Margaret Keenan Segal (McGraw Hill
Contemporary)                           a.Attendance and participation
                                        15%
                                        b.In-class writing20%
                                        c.Regular paper assignments
                                        (7)50%
                                        d.Mid-term exam15%

                                        WARNING: Five minutes late: 1/3
                                        absence. Ten minutes late: 2/3
                                        absence. 15 minutes late or more: you
                                        are marked absent. In accordance with
                                        college policy, students who are absent
                                        more than 7.0 class hours fail the
                                        course. Students are responsible for
                                        attendance and for providing
                                        documentation of illness or other
                                        emergencies. Every class absence is a
                                        2% deduction. Notes will not be
                                        accepted after seven days past the
                                        absence.
Calculus with Analytic Geometry, by        Attendance 5%
Robert Ellis and                           Final exam 40%
Denny Gulick                               Midterm exam 30%
Fifth Edition, Harcourt, 1998              Quiz 15%
                                           Homework 10%




There is no prescribe text for this        There are a large number of
course. Instead, the course will utilise   assessment components for this
such various materials as journal          course. They include:
articles, periodicals and book             Mid-Semester Assessments (%)20
chapters, whereever relavant.              Final Semester Assessments (%)30
                                           Topical Cultural Presentation & Reports
                                           20
                                           Two Field Work Journal
                                           15%x2
                                           ==============================
                                           =================
                                           Total
                                           100

                                           Total (%) 100
                                           * each assessment component will be
                                           explain in detail at the first class
Danziger, James N.: Understanding     Grades will be based on:
the Political World: A Comparative    - mid-term exam (test) (25 percent of
Introduction to Political Science.    the overall grade)
Pearson Longman, 10th edition, 2010   - participation (25 percent of the overall
                                      grade)
                                      - presentation (25 percent of the overall
                                      grade)
                                      - final exam (test) (25 percent of the
                                      overall grade)




                                     1. Midterm test: 30%
The note of the foundation of Korean 2. Final test: 40%
rhythm (Youngnam Nongak)             3. Class Participation: 30%




- no specific textbook                - mid-term exam: 25%

- Professor assigns class materials  - final thesis: 25%
before the class whenever necessary.
                                     - presentation: 20%

                                      - class participation: 20%

                                      - clalss attendance: 10%

                                      - 출석: 10%
                                   A total of 100 points from
Required Text                      Team Project(2 persons): 20 pts
Young K Kim (ed.). Reading Package Individual report:10 pts
(Cross-cultural Communication)     Midterm: 20 pts
                                   Discussion: 30 pts
                                   Attendance: 20 pts

                                         Missing class on the day of an exam will
                                         result in an "F" grade on that exam. No
                                         make-up exams are given, except
                                         under rare special circumstances such
                                         as a dire medical emergency, verifiable
                                         by written excuse (such as a bill from
                                         the paramedics). Late papers and other
                                         assignments will not be accepted.




1. G. John Ikenberry and Michael         1. First Paper; 10%
Mastanduno, Editors                      2. Mid-term Exam; 30%
   International Relations Theory ahn    3. Second Paper; 10%
the Asia-Pacific, Columbia University    4. Final Exam; 30%
Press, NY, 2003                          5. Class Attendence; 10%
2. G. John Ikenberry and Chung-in        6. Discussion Participation; 10%
Moon
  The United States and Northeast
Asia, Rowman & Littlefield Publishers,
Inc. Lanham, Maryland 2008
3. Samuel S. Kim
  The Two Koreas and the Great
Powers, Cambridge University Press,
NY, 2006
1. Lecture notes.                         1. Mid-term and Final Exams: 60%
                                          2. Term paper and Presentations:
                                          30%
                                          4. Attendance: 10%




Books to be used in lecture               Students are evaluated on the following
   There is no single textbook. The       criteria:
lecturer will prepare lecture notes for
the students based on                         Final exam:           40%
     related references. The                  Term Paper             20%
followings are some of the few                Presentation:         20%
examples.                                     class participation 10%
   Kihl, Young Whan. (2005).                  attendance:           10%
Transforming korean politics.                              ------------
   Bedeski, Robert E.(1994). The                             100%
transformation of South Korea.
   Helgesen, Geir(1998). Democracy
and authority in Korea.
   Breen, M.(1998). The Koreans.
   Clifford, M.L.(1998). Troubled
tiger.
   Clark, Donald N.(1995). The
koreans: contemporary politics and
society.
   Handbook of Korea, 2008
Understanding Korean Traditional
Foods,
Ji-Hyun Bae, Keimyung University
Press




The textbook will be available in the   TBD depending upon the number of
campus book store.                      registered students in the course.

R. Noe, J. Hollenbeck, B. Gerhard
and P. Wright (2009), Fundamentals
of Human Resource Management,
McGraw-Hill



Edition: 3rd Edition
A. Main text book: Consumer          Attendance10%Attend all class
Behavior 9/E: Buying, Having and     sessions and punctuality is also very
Being, Michael R. Solomon, Pearson   important
International Edition                Final Project40%Grade based on
B. Reading materials: Will be        proposal(15%), final paper and
informed in the class                presentation(25%) completed by each
                                     group
                                     Quiz & Exam30%Based on
                                     quiz(10%) & final exam(20%)
                                     Class Participation20%Focus on
                                     consistent contribution to class
                                     discussions and completion of
                                     homework
                                     Total         100%Final distributions
                                     will be based on the undergraduate
                                     policy for the grading




A. Main text book: Marketing         Attendance10%Attend all class
Management, Marshall & Johnston,     sessions and punctuality is also very
McGraw-Hill                          important
B. Reading materials: Will be        Case Presentation30%Grade based
informed in the class                on proposal(10%) and final paper and
                                     presentation(20%) completed by each
                                     group
                                     Hot Topic Presentation & Final
                                     Exam40%Based on HTP(20%) and
                                     final exam(20%). The exam will have a
                                     combination of multiple choice and
                                     true/false type questions, as well as
                                     short-answer essay questions
                                     Class Participation20%Active
                                     participation in class discussions(10%)
                                     and completion of homework(10%)
                                     Total         100%Final distributions
                                     will be based on the KAC
                                     undergraduate policy for the grading
Barringer, Bruce R.                  TBD depending upon the number of
Entrepreneurship: Successfully       students registered in the course.
Launching New Ventures (3 rd ed.).
Prentice Hall.




A. Main text book: Advertising and   Attendance10%Attend all class
Promotion 9/E: an Integrated         sessions and punctuality is also very
Marketing Communications             important
Perspective, Belch/Belch, McGraw-    Case Presentation30%Grade based
Hill                                 on proposal(10%), final paper and
B. Reading materials: Will be        presentation(20%) completed by each
informed in the class                group
                                     Exam20%Based on final exam
                                     Quizzes20%Announced short
                                     quizzes will be given out
                                     Class Participation20%Focus on
                                     consistent contribution to class
                                     discussions and completion of
                                     homework (Summary assignments &
                                     group H.W.)
                                     Total100%Final distributions will be
                                     based on the undergraduate policy for
                                     the grading
Song, Byung-Nak, Rise of Korean            Grading will be completed using the
Economy, Oxford.                           following criteria:
                                           Class Participation 5%
                                           Quizzes10%
                                           Midterm Exam          25%
                                           Final Exam25%
                                           Individual Paper10%
                                           Group paper25%




- Arend Lijphart, Patterns of              - Class participation : 30%
Democracy, Yale University Press           - presentation : 35%
1999                                       - Final Paper :35%
- reading pack

                                           - Students who do not miss any classes
                                           and present as scheduled and submit
                                           final papers on time will receive a max-
                                           min grade as long as the courve allow.




Textbook:                                  Grades will be based on:
Cini, Michelle: European Union             - mid-term exam test (25 percent of the
Politics. 3rd edition, Oxford University   overall grade)
Press, 2010                                - participation (25 percent of the overall
                                           grade)
Additional Reading:                        - presentation (25 percent of the overall
Nugent, Neill: The Government and          grade)
Politics of the European Union. 7th        - final exam test (25 percent of the
edition, Palgrave Macmillan, 2010          overall grade)
Hix, Simon: The Political System of
the European Union. 2nd edition,           Please note that the partial grade for
Palgrave Macmillan, 2005                   participation will not only consider
                                           attendance but also contributions in
                                           class.
International Relations Theories:     Exams
Discipline and Diversity              There will be 4 exams in this course.
By: Tim Dunne Milja Kurki, Steven     Each exam will be a combination of
Smith                                 questions, from objective to essay
ISBN 978-0-19-929833-4                ?type questions.
                                      Each exam will be worth 15% of the
                                      final course grade, so it is important that
                                      you do well on each exam.

                                      20% of your course grade will come
                                      from small group projects. These
                                      projects will be scattered throughout the
                                      semester and given at the professor’s
                                      discretion. I will assign topics of
                                      contemporary importance as well as
                                      due dates during the semester.
                                      Depending on the number of students
                                      enrolled, each group may present more
                                      than once during the term.

                                      The remaining 20% of the course grade
                                      is based upon attendance and class
                                      participation. Attendance is mandatory,
                                      and failure to attend classes will result
                                      in a reduction of class participation
                                      points. 7 absences will equal an F in
                                      the course.


Kenneth Janda, Jeffrey Berry et al.   Evaluation
The Challenge of Democracy:           Class Participation - 30%
American Government in Global         Midterm - 30 %
Politics (11th edition)               Final - 30 %
The textbook is at the bookstore.     Election Projection - 10%

                                      + Bonus - Full attendance - 5 %




Getting to Yes, Roger Fisher, William Attendance 30%; final exam 40%; mock
L. Ury, Penguin Publishers (1991).    negotiations/mediations 30%. As for
                                      grade appeal, if a student believes that
                                      a mistake has been made in the
                                      assessment of their final grade, the
                                      professor will re-evaluate all of the
                                      student's scores from the semester.
                                      (Theoretically, such an examination
                                      could result in the lowering of a
                                      student's grade). Grades, however, will
                                      not be raised for any reason other than
                                      an error in the computation of a
                                      student's scores.
A reader with a collection of texts will Grades will be based on:
be provided.                             - mid-term exam test (25 percent of the
                                         overall grade)
                                         - participation (25 percent of the overall
                                         grade)
                                         - presentation (25 percent of the overall
                                         grade)
                                         - final exam test (25 percent of the
                                         overall grade)

                                         Please note that the partial grade for
                                         participation will not only consider
                                         attendance but also contributions in
                                         class.

Southeast Asia: A Concise History        Grades are based on 4 in-class exams.
by: Mary Somers Heidhues                 Each exam is worth 15%.
ISBN: 0-500-28303-6
                                         An additional 20% is based on
International Relations in Southeast     Attendance and Class Participation.
Asia: The Struggle for Autonomy
by: Donald E. Weatherbee                 The Final 20% is based on a group
ISBN: 0-7425-2843-x                      project. This project will be Video-
                                         based. Students will be called upon to
Additional Materials will be provided    master video, audio, editing, and other
by Dr. S                                 skills to put together this project. Further
                                         detail will be provided the first Week of
                                         Class.
Primary materials submitted by        Course evaluation breaks down as
Professor. Secondary text is          follows: 10% attendance, 20% class
International Human Rights Law,       presentations and participation, 30%
Moecki, Shah and Sivakumaran,         mid-term, 40% final.
(Oxford University Press) (2010).




Christian Nagel et al Professional C# Assignments: 50%
2010 Wrox Press 2010                  Exams: 50%
ISBN 9780470191378

This book, and many other useful
books, are available online to ACM
student members (see
http://www.acm.org/) Student
membership is $32 USD per year.
See
http://www.acm.org/membership/mem
bership/student/l2-3




Articles will be made available via   Presentations:               40%
CTL                                   Short Papers/Assignments      40%
                                      Participation:               20%
The Required Texts:                      Attendance : 5%
  An Outline of American Literature      Homework : 10%
by Peter B. High (Available at The       Other assignment: 5%
Seong-seo Keimyung University            Mid Term Exam: 40%
Bookstore)                               Final Exam 40%

Handouts provided by the instructor




You do not have to buy a textbook for    Participation 15%
this class. I will provide you all the   Reflective essay
necessary material, and I will also      15%
post PowerPoint presentations on the     Midterm          30%
university web system before class,      2 quizzes         10% (5%
so you can print them out and follow     per quiz)
along.                                   Final Exam30%

                                         According to Keimyung University
                                         policy, only 30 percent of any class can
                                         receive a grade of "A" or above, and
                                         only 70 percent of any class can receive
                                         a grade of "B" or above.
There is no textbook for this class. I   Participation 15%
will provide you with handouts, and      First essay (in-class)15%
may occasionally ask you to print        Revision15%
pages from the internet.                 Midterm10%
                                         Second essay (in-class)15%
                                         Revision15%
                                         Final Exam15%

                                         According to Keimyung University
                                         policy, only 30 percent of any class can
                                         receive a grade of "A" or above, and
                                         only 70 percent of any class can receive
                                         a grade of "B" or above.




To keep down the cost for the course,    Participation (short written exercises
we will use material that is available   + contribution to
online whenever possible, and I will     discussion)15%
make other texts available for           Graded in-class exercise10%
photocopying at least one week in        Midterm15%
advance. You are expected to print       Group writing exercise15%
out the material and come prepared       Portfolio25%
for each session.                        Final Exam20%

                                         0-59% -- FAIL
                                         60-69% -- D
                                         70-79% -- C
                                         80-89% -- B
                                         90-99% -- A

                                         According to Keimyung University
                                         policy, only 30 percent of any class can
                                         receive a grade of "A" or above, and
                                         only 70 percent of any class can receive
                                         a grade of "B" or above.

                                         Requirements for the Course

                                         There will be several written exercises
                                         in different forms and lengths
                                         throughout the semester, which are
                                         supposed to help you become more
                                         confident in your writing, as well as
                                         providing me with an opportunity to give
                                         you feedback.
                                         .
                                         The midterm and final exams will
There is no required text for this        Grading Scheme
course. The teacher will distribute a
course packet compiled from various     1.Attendance10%
sources to aim to help address          2.Participation10%
specific areas of needed                3.Assignments 10%
improvement in the students'                (Personal Reflection Journal,
speaking ability.                       Conversation Journal, Vocabulary Log,
                                        Binder Checks)
However all students are advised to 4.Teacher Interviews10%
have a dictionary. Although Korean- 5.
                        

                                                               1
                                          “Voice” Assessment
0%

                                          “Style” Assessment
0%

English dictionaries are convenient, it 6.
                   

                                                              1
is suggested that students purchase a 7.
 “Expression” Assessment (Mid-term
proper English-English dictionary to    Exam)20%
help train their minds to work within     “Interactions” Assessment (Final
                                        8.

the English language rather than        Exam)20%
always referring back to their native
language.

Students will be required to have a
binder to collect all handouts and
other resources for this class. In this
binder, students will be expected to
have loose-leaf lined A4 paper,
section dividers, and a folder that can
be used for turning in assignments.
There will be periodic checks on the
organization of this binder throughout
the semester.
The course will not use a set             Student evaluation will be based on
textbook. It will make use of a variety   students' progress in terms of
of materials taken from a number of       conversational fluency, appropriacy of
different sources, supplemented by        language, adoption of appropriate
materials developed by the instructor.    conversation strategies, and
The instructor will supply a variety of   contribution to the class as a whole.
materials on a weekly basis. These        Students' grades will be based on a mid-
materials will contain the learning       term presentation, a final interview, two
points for each week as well as           individual presentations, a group
materials aimed at promoting              discussion assignment, attendance, and
communication and interaction             class participation. The following is a
between the students. The majority of     breakdown of the evaluation:
these will be posted on the Keimyung
Center for Teaching and Learning          (a) Final interview - 20%
Website. Should the instructor deem       (b) Participation - 20%
it necessary for the students to supply   (c) Individual Presentations - 20%
any classroom material, the students      (d) Mid-term Presentation - 15%
will be informed of this ahead of time.   (e) Group Discussion - 15%
                                          (f) Attendance - 10%

                                          N.B. Students' grades will be based on
                                          their total marks at the end of semester,
                                          not on class ranking.
New English Upgrade 3 by Steven    15% Attendance
Gershon and Chris Mares; Macmillan
Publishers Limited.                15% Quizzes

Any good bilingual dictionary      25% Mid-semester presentation
(English/Korean; Korean/English)
                                   10% Participation and Overall
A notebook for taking notes in     Improvement
English
                                   10% Pair Role-play

                                   25% End of semester interview




None.                              Attendance20%
                                   Assignments and Quizzes20%
                                   Group-led Discussions20%
                                   Midterm Interview20%
                                   Final Interview20%
There is no required text for this        Grading Scheme
course. The teacher will distribute a
course packet compiled from various     1.Attendance10%
sources to aim to help address          2.Participation10%
specific areas of needed                3.Assignments 10%
improvement in the students'                (Personal Reflection Journal,
speaking ability.                       Conversation Journal, Vocabulary Log,
                                        Binder Checks)
However all students are advised to 4.Teacher Interviews10%
have a dictionary. Although Korean- 5.
                        

                                                               1
                                          “Voice” Assessment
0%

                                          “Style” Assessment
0%

English dictionaries are convenient, it 6.
                   

                                                              1
is suggested that students purchase a 7.
 “Expression” Assessment (Mid-term
proper English-English dictionary to    Exam)20%
help train their minds to work within     “Interactions” Assessment (Final
                                        8.

the English language rather than        Exam)20%
always referring back to their native
language.

Students will be required to have a
binder to collect all handouts and
other resources for this class. In this
binder, students will be expected to
have loose-leaf lined A4 paper,
section dividers, and a folder that can
be used for turning in assignments.
There will be periodic checks on the
organization of this binder throughout
the semester.
The course will not use a set             Student evaluation will be based on
textbook. It will make use of a variety   students' progress in terms of
of materials taken from a number of       conversational fluency, appropriacy of
different sources, supplemented by        language, adoption of appropriate
materials developed by the instructor.    conversation strategies, and
The instructor will supply a variety of   contribution to the class as a whole.
materials on a weekly basis. These        Students' grades will be based on a mid-
materials will contain the learning       term presentation, a final interview, two
points for each week as well as           individual presentations, a group
materials aimed at promoting              discussion assignment, attendance, and
communication and interaction             class participation. The following is a
between the students. The majority of     breakdown of the evaluation:
these will be posted on the Keimyung
Center for Teaching and Learning          (a) Final interview - 20%
Website. Should the instructor deem       (b) Participation - 20%
it necessary for the students to supply   (c) Individual Presentations - 20%
any classroom material, the students      (d) Mid-term Presentation - 15%
will be informed of this ahead of time.   (e) Group Discussion - 15%
                                          (f) Attendance - 10%

                                          N.B. Students' grades will be based on
                                          their total marks at the end of semester,
                                          not on class ranking.
There is no textbook for this class. All   Value of each assignment:
educational materials will be provided     Project One 5% (Individual conversation
by the instructor and will be available    assessment)
on-line.                                   Project Two 10% (Group
                                           extemporaneous presentation)
                                           Project Three 15% (TOEFL-style
                                           spontaneous presentation)
                                           Project Four 15% (Individual
                                           extemporaneous presentation)
                                           Project Five 20% (Individual
                                           conversation assessment)
                                           Conversation Journal 10%
                                           In-class Note-taking 5%
                                           Overall Student Participation 10%
                                           Overall Conversation Performance
                                           10%
                                           Total Points Possible: 100

                                           0-59% -- FAIL | 60-69% -- D | 70-79% --
                                           C | 80-89% -- B | 90-99% -- A

                                           “A+” grades are possible, but only for
                                           excellent students. According to
                                           Keimyung University policy, only 30
                                           percent of any class can receive a
                                           grade of "A" or above, and only 70
                                           percent of any class can receive a
                                           grade of "B" or above. Therefore,
                                           university policy states that at least 30
                                           percent of the class must make a grade
                                           below a "B". The instructor will follow
                                           this policy.
New English Upgrade 3 by Steven    15% Attendance
Gershon and Chris Mares; Macmillan
Publishers Limited.                15% Quizzes

Any good bilingual dictionary      25% Mid-semester presentation
(English/Korean; Korean/English)
                                   10% Participation and Overall
A notebook for taking notes in     Improvement
English
                                   10% Pair Role-play

                                   25% End of semester interview




None.                              Attendance20%
                                   Assignments and Quizzes20%
                                   Group-led Discussions20%
                                   Midterm Interview20%
                                   Final Interview20%
There is no textbook for this class. All   Value of each assignment:
educational materials will be provided     Project One 5% (Individual conversation
by the instructor and will be available    assessment)
on-line.                                   Project Two 10% (Group
                                           extemporaneous presentation)
                                           Project Three 15% (TOEFL-style
                                           spontaneous presentation)
                                           Project Four 15% (Individual
                                           extemporaneous presentation)
                                           Project Five 20% (Individual
                                           conversation assessment)
                                           Conversation Journal 10%
                                           In-class Note-taking 5%
                                           Overall Student Participation 10%
                                           Overall Conversation Performance
                                           10%
                                           Total Points Possible: 100

                                           0-59% -- FAIL | 60-69% -- D | 70-79% --
                                           C | 80-89% -- B | 90-99% -- A

                                           “A+” grades are possible, but only for
                                           excellent students. According to
                                           Keimyung University policy, only 30
                                           percent of any class can receive a
                                           grade of "A" or above, and only 70
                                           percent of any class can receive a
                                           grade of "B" or above. Therefore,
                                           university policy states that at least 30
                                           percent of the class must make a grade
                                           below a "B". The instructor will follow
                                           this policy.
Will be provided later.                    Attendance10%
                                           Assignments55%
                                           Timed Writings15%
                                           Essays24%
                                           Fiction6%
                                           Other10%
                                           Exams35%
                                           Essay Revisions15%
                                           Essay Exams20%
Required textbook to be decided     On Going Work and Participation

Any good bilingual dictionary       10% Attendance
(English/Korean; Korean/English)

A notebook to be used as an English 25% Continuous writing
journal

                                    5% Journal


                                    Formal Assessment

                                    20% In class written test (Mid-term)

                                    20% Literature review


                                    20% In-class final composition
Folse, K.S., Muchmore-Vokoun, A., &     Evaluation will be based on a mid-term
Vestri Solomon, E. (2010). Great        and final exam, a number of revisions,
Essays (3rd Ed.). Boston, MA: Heinle,   attendance, and class participation.
Cengage Learning.                       Homework will be assigned on a regular
                                        basis. Although not all homework will be
                                        collected or graded, failure to complete
                                        homework will result in a loss of marks.
                                        Students will also be expected to keep a
                                        regular online journal throughout the
                                        semester. Journals will not be evaluated
                                        in terms of grammar, accuracy, or
                                        content, but failure to keep the journal
                                        regularly will result in a loss of marks.
                                        The breakdown of evaluations is as
                                        follows:
                                        Attendance - 10%
                                        Participation - 10%
                                        Journal - 5%
                                        Writing folder - 5%
                                        Revisions - 30%
                                        Mid-term - 20%
                                        Final - 20%

                                        N.B. Students' grades will be based on
                                        their total marks at the end of semester,
                                        not on class ranking.
Textbook                                  Grading Scheme
There is no required text for this
course. The teacher will use a course   1.Attendance10%
packet compiled from a variety of       2.Participation10%
writing resources in order to best      3.Assignments 10%
meet the writing needs of the            (In-Class Assignments,
students.                               Homework,Quizzes,Binder Checks)
                                        4.Essays30%
However all students are advised to 5.Writing Portfolio10%
have a dictionary. Although Korean- 6.Mid-term Exam15%
English dictionaries are convenient, it 7.Final Exam15%
is suggested that students purchase a
proper English-English dictionary to    Note: The percentage of this grading
help train their minds to work within   scheme is subject to adjustments that
the English language rather than        will be announced in due course.
always referring back to their native
language.

Students will be required to have a
binder to collect all handouts and
other resources for this class. In this
binder, students will be expected to
have loose-leaf lined A4 paper,
section dividers, and a folder that can
be used for turning in assignments.
There will be periodic checks on the
organization of this binder throughout
the semester.
Great Writing 4 / Great Essays (3rd   Value of each assignment:
edition) by Keith S. Folse, April     Essay 1 10%Essay 2 10%Essay
Muchmore-Vokoun and Elena Vestri      3 10% Business Writing 10%
Solomon (Houghton-Mifflin,2009).      Conferences and Revisions
Additional text materials will be     10%Journal 10%Midterm Exam 10%
provided by handout or on the         Final Exam 10%
websites.                             Portfolio Evaluation 10%Student
                                      Participation 10%
                                      All assignments are specifically
                                      explained later in this syllabus, and
                                      descriptions are available on the on-line
                                      site.
                                      Grading scale:
                                      A+ 95-100A0 90-94.9B+ 85-
                                      89.9B0 80-84.9C+ 75-79.9
                                      C0 70-74.9D+ 65-69.9D0 60-64.9F
                                      Below 60
                                      Be aware that the instructor for this
                                      class must follow Keimyung University’s
                                      grade ratio, which allows a maximum of
                                      30% A grades and a maximum of 40%
                                      B grades per class. Therefore, at least
                                      30% of the students in this course will
                                      receive grades of C+ or lower. The
                                      proper procedure for “grade appeals” is
                                      explained later in this syllabus (under
                                      “Class Rules”) and is available on the
                                      on-line site.
Required textbook to be decided     On Going Work and Participation

Any good bilingual dictionary       10% Attendance
(English/Korean; Korean/English)

A notebook to be used as an English 25% Continuous writing
journal

                                    5% Journal


                                    Formal Assessment

                                    20% In class written test (Mid-term)

                                    20% Literature review


                                    20% In-class final composition




Will be provided later.             Attendance10%
                                    Assignments55%
                                    Timed Writings15%
                                    Essays24%
                                    Fiction6%
                                    Other10%
                                    Exams35%
                                    Essay Revisions15%
                                    Essay Exams20%
Folse, K.S., Muchmore-Vokoun, A., &     Evaluation will be based on a mid-term
Vestri Solomon, E. (2010). Great        and final exam, a number of revisions,
Essays (3rd Ed.). Boston, MA: Heinle,   attendance, and class participation.
Cengage Learning.                       Homework will be assigned on a regular
                                        basis. Although not all homework will be
                                        collected or graded, failure to complete
                                        homework will result in a loss of marks.
                                        Students will also be expected to keep a
                                        regular online journal throughout the
                                        semester. Journals will not be evaluated
                                        in terms of grammar, accuracy, or
                                        content, but failure to keep the journal
                                        regularly will result in a loss of marks.
                                        The breakdown of evaluations is as
                                        follows:
                                        Attendance - 10%
                                        Participation - 10%
                                        Journal - 5%
                                        Writing folder - 5%
                                        Revisions - 30%
                                        Mid-term - 20%
                                        Final - 20%

                                        N.B. Students' grades will be based on
                                        their total marks at the end of semester,
                                        not on class ranking.
Textbook                                  Grading Scheme
There is no required text for this
course. The teacher will use a course   1.Attendance10%
packet compiled from a variety of       2.Participation10%
writing resources in order to best      3.Assignments 10%
meet the writing needs of the            (In-Class Assignments,
students.                               Homework,Quizzes,Binder Checks)
                                        4.Essays30%
However all students are advised to 5.Writing Portfolio10%
have a dictionary. Although Korean- 6.Mid-term Exam15%
English dictionaries are convenient, it 7.Final Exam15%
is suggested that students purchase a
proper English-English dictionary to    Note: The percentage of this grading
help train their minds to work within   scheme is subject to adjustments that
the English language rather than        will be announced in due course.
always referring back to their native
language.

Students will be required to have a
binder to collect all handouts and
other resources for this class. In this
binder, students will be expected to
have loose-leaf lined A4 paper,
section dividers, and a folder that can
be used for turning in assignments.
There will be periodic checks on the
organization of this binder throughout
the semester.
Great Writing 4 / Great Essays (3rd   Value of each assignment:
edition) by Keith S. Folse, April     Essay 1 10%Essay 2 10%Essay
Muchmore-Vokoun and Elena Vestri      3 10% Business Writing 10%
Solomon (Houghton-Mifflin,2009).      Conferences and Revisions
Additional text materials will be     10%Journal 10%Midterm Exam 10%
provided by handout or on the         Final Exam 10%
websites.                             Portfolio Evaluation 10%Student
                                      Participation 10%
                                      All assignments are specifically
                                      explained later in this syllabus, and
                                      descriptions are available on the on-line
                                      site.
                                      Grading scale:
                                      A+ 95-100A0 90-94.9B+ 85-
                                      89.9B0 80-84.9C+ 75-79.9
                                      C0 70-74.9D+ 65-69.9D0 60-64.9F
                                      Below 60
                                      Be aware that the instructor for this
                                      class must follow Keimyung University’s
                                      grade ratio, which allows a maximum of
                                      30% A grades and a maximum of 40%
                                      B grades per class. Therefore, at least
                                      30% of the students in this course will
                                      receive grades of C+ or lower. The
                                      proper procedure for “grade appeals” is
                                      explained later in this syllabus (under
                                      “Class Rules”) and is available on the
                                      on-line site.
Texts will be handed out throughout   Active cooperation in reading, writing
semester.                             and presenting of texts is obligatory.
                                      Midterm exam 30 %
                                      Final exam 30 %
                                      Attendance 10 %
                                      Activity / Participation 20 %
                                      Homework 10 %




Print-out compiled by department      1. Attendance - 10%
professors.                           2. Tests - 10%+10%+10% = 30%
                                      3. Midterm - 20%
                                      4. Final - 30%
                                      5. Class participation (both in-class and
                                      on-line) - 10%
                                      * low rate of attendance and class
                                      participation (1 and 5) might result in
                                      significant decreas of your total score
                                      even though the overall performance
                                      might be up to the highest standard.


Torfl-1 by prof. Jeong Mak Lae        1. Attendance - 10%
(newest edition)                      2. Tests - 10%+10%+10% = 30%
                                      3. Midterm - 20%
                                      4. Final - 30%
                                      5. Class participation (both in-class and
                                      on-line) - 10%
                                      * low rate of attendance and class
                                      participation (1 and 5) might result in
                                      significant decreas of your total score
                                      even though the overall performance
                                      might be up to the highest standard.
Русские и корейские пословицы,           1. Attendance - 10%
загадки, басни
                          2. Tests - 10%+10%+10% = 30%
속답으로 배우는 러시아어                            3. Midterm - 20%
정막래                                      4. Final - 30%
뻬뜨로프스까야                                  5. Participation in a class - 10%
                                         * low rate of attendance might result in
                                         decreasing your total score even though
                                         the overall performance might be up to
                                         the highest standard.

None                                     1.Midterm -- 20 %
                                         2.Final Exam -- 20%
                                         3.Small group presentation -- 20%
                                         4.Attendance & participation (참 가) --
                                         40 %




Not textbook required.                   1. Midterm -- 20 %
                                         2. Final Exam -- 20%
                                         3. Small group presentation - 20%
                                         4. Attendance & participation (참 가) --
                                         40 %




Oxford Children's History of the World




Oxford Children's History of the
World
There will be no formal textbook but     Students will be evaluated as follows:
photocopied materials on topics in
Korean culture for reading and           1. Attendance 20%
discussion at an appropriate level for   2. Short Composition work 10%
students will be handed out in class.    3. Class Participation 10%
English language materials will be       4. Mid-term test 20%
selected from various sources            5. Final test 20%
including, Koreana (a Korean culture     6. Major Presentation on Korean
magazine in English), Korea Focus (a     Culture 20%
Korean current affairs journal in
English), the culture and society
sections of the Korea Times and
Korea Herald (Korean English
language daily newspapers) and the
English language versions of other
major Korean newspapers and
journals.




모든 수업자료를 메일로 받을 수 있다. 참여 10%
                                      토론 30%
                                      발표 20%
Brewer, D. J. & McEwan, P. J. (2010). 중간고사 20%
Economics of education. San Diego: 기말고사 20%
Elsevier.


All class materials will be provided via Participation 10%
email. This course uses a selected       Homework 30%
group of readings as foundation texts. Discussions 15%
                                         Presentations 20%
                                         Midterm Examination 10%
                                         Final Examination 15%
GO GREEN!                               Course Grading:
Please check online for electronic      1. Attendance & Active Participation
materials.                              2. Paper: Philosophy of Education
                                        3. Group Project & Presentatio
Course Packet                           4. Midterm Examination
**Please Note** Selected journal        5. Final Examination
articles and additional reading
material(s) will be placed on the
Professor’s website. Students are
responsible for downloading materials
and bringing them to class. .




GO GREEN!                               1. Attendance & Active Participation
Please check online for electronic      2. Assignments (Both In-class & Take
materials.                              home)
                                        3. Midterm Examination
Course Packet                           4. Final Examination
**Please Note** Selected journal
articles and additional reading
material(s) will be placed on the
Professor’s website. Students are
responsible for downloading materials
and bringing them to class. .
Coursebooks will be announced on          Students will be evaluated on the basis
the first day of class. Do not purchase   of all writing assignments or a writing
a textbook before the first week of       portfolio. Grades will be assigned based
class.                                    on rank order according the university
                                          policy on grade distribution. The top
                                          30% of students will receive A+ or A0.
                                          The next 40% will receive B+ or B0. The
                                          lowest 30% will receive C+ or C0.
                                          Students who fail to meet the minimum
                                          point requirement for a given grade may
                                          have their final grade reduced. No
                                          exceptions will be given based on
                                          potential awards of scholarships or
                                          grants.




Reading resources will be announced Students will be evaluated on the basis
on the first day of class.          of all assignments, quizzes and tests.
                                    Grades will be assigned based on rank
                                    order according the university policy on
                                    grade distribution. The top 30% of
                                    students will receive A+ or A0. The next
                                    40% will receive B+ or B0. The lowest
                                    30% will receive C+ or C0. Students
                                    who fail to meet the minimum point
                                    requirement for a given grade may have
                                    their final grade reduced. No exceptions
                                    will be given based on potential awards
                                    of scholarships or grants.



Coursebook(s) will be announced on Students will be evaluated on the basis
the first day of class.            of all assignments, quizzes and tests.
                                   Grades will be assigned based on rank
                                   order according the university policy on
                                   grade distribution. The top 30% of
                                   students will receive A+ or A0. The next
                                   40% will receive B+ or B0. The lowest
                                   30% will receive C+ or C0. Students
                                   who fail to meet the minimum point
                                   requirement for a given grade may have
                                   their final grade reduced. No exceptions
                                   will be given based on potential awards
                                   of scholarships or grants.


Touchstone 2, Michael McCarthy,           You will be evaluated on both your
Jeanne McCarten, Helen Sandiford          speaking ability as well as your
ISBN: 0-521-60134-7                       knowledge of grammar and vocabulary
                                          studied.
The course materials for this class       Students should expect to be constantly
are completely digitized. There is no     involved in each class session. Grades
assigned textbook. All course             will be computed using the following
materials are developed by the            formula:
instructor and distributed via the
Center for Teaching and Learning          Classroom participation: 10%
(CTL) website. Each week the              Midterm Examination:     40%
instructor will produce and post a list   Final Examination:       50%
of new vocabulary with definitions as
well as practice questions using the      Both the midterm examination and the
new words. MP-3 recordings of the         final examination will consist of a 10-
new vocabulary and practice               minute, one-on-one question and
questions will also be provided.          answer session with the instructor. The
Although students have the option of      examinations will be further explained
printing the course materials, they are   during the first class meeting.
encouraged to utilize the digitized
materials in digital form as much as
possible.



Handouts                                  Attendance and Participation (20%)
(to be announced)                         Midterm (20%)
                                          Final (20%)
                                          Presentation (20%)
                                          Homework (20%): There will be several
                                          homework assignments provided
                                          throughout the quarter.
To be announced.                            [Please note, the following may change
                                            prior to our first class:]

                                            class participation: 25 possible points
                                            journals (10): 20 (2 points each)
                                            peer editing (5): 10 (2 points each)
                                            reading analyses (5): 10 (2 points
                                            each)
                                            "Whack-a-mole" (find mistakes) (10):
                                            30 (3 points each)
                                            writing samples (4): 40 (10 points
                                            each)
                                            quizzes (3): 30 (10 points each)
                                            165 points total

                                            -1 point per tardy/leaving early, -2 points
                                            per unexcused absence from class

                                            A/A+ and B/B+ = ~70%        C/C+ = ~30%



This is Writing. Writing Paragraphs         You will be graded on writing samples,
1. Kim Kyoung-suk                           as well as grammar quizzes.



The materials for this course are           The two primary methods for evaluation
totally digitized and will be distributed   and grading for this course consist of
to students via the Center for              instructor-student interaction during
Teaching and Learning (CTL)                 class and written examinations.
website. There is no textbook ? the
digital materials created by the            Grades will be determined according to
instructor constitute the learning          the following criteria:
materials for this course. Use of
these digital course materials will be      Classroom participation: 10%
explained in detail during the first        Midterm examination:     40%
class meeting.                              Final examination:       50%
The course materials for this class       Students should expect to be constantly
are completely digitized. There is no     involved in each class session. Grades
assigned textbook. All course             will be computed using the following
materials are developed by the            formula:
instructor and distributed via the
Center for Teaching and Learning          Classroom participation: 10%
(CTL) website. Each week the              Midterm Examination: 40%
instructor will produce and post a list   Final Examination:       50%
of new vocabulary with definitions as
well as practice questions using the      Both the midterm examination and the
new words. MP-3 recordings of the         final examination will consist of a 10-
new vocabulary and practice               minute, one-on-one question and
questions will also be provided.          answer session with the instructor. The
Although students have the option of      examinations will be further explained
printing the course materials, they are   during the first class meeting.
encouraged to utilize the digitized
materials in digital form as much as
possible.


A textbook will be made available to      Mid term and final Exams (10%)
students online in week 3 of their        Book Writting - Preparartion (10%)
course. They will be able to download     Book Activities - Speaking (50%)
and print this from the Professor's       Participation (20%)
website.                                  Attendance (10%)



A textbook will be made available to      Mid term and final Exams (10%)
students online in week 3 of their        Book Writting - Preparartion (10%)
course. They will be able to download     Book Activities - Speaking (50%)
and print this from the Professor's       Participation (20%)
website.                                  Attendance (10%)



A text book and notebook will be          Mid term and final Exams (10%)
made available for students in week 3     Notebook (20%)
of their course. This textbook and        Speaking Day (40%)
notebook will be made by the teacher,     Participation (20%)
based on 10 Topics using                  Attendance (10%)
TOEFL/TOEIC vocabulary. The book
and notebook will be available to
download and print from the
Professor's Website.
A text book and notebook will be        Mid term and final Exams (10%)
made available for students in week 3   Notebook (20%)
of their course. This textbook and      Speaking Day (40%)
notebook will be made by the teacher,   Participation (20%)
based on 10 Topics using                Attendance (10%)
TOEFL/TOEIC vocabulary. The book
and notebook will be available to
download and print from the
Professor's Website.




- The prescribed textbook for the       There are assessment components:
course is                               - Attendance: 15%
* Krugman,P. and M. Obsfeld,            - Presentation: 10%
International Economics: Theory and     - Report : 5%
Policy,(8thedition)                     - Mid-term Exam: 35%
* Salvatore, D (2007), International    - Final Exam: 35%
Economics, John Wiley & Sons, 9th       Total:100%
edition
                                        Assessment components will be
- Lecture Note by professor will be     detailed in the first class of the course.
distributed using the board of
Keimyung Center for Teaching and
Learning.
본 과목을 위해 다음의 서적을 교재로 다음의 성적 평가 요소를 바탕으로
사용                     학생들의 학업 성취를 평가함
                       중간고사: 20%
Keller, G. (2007), 컬러의 기말고사: 30%
경영경제통계학, (이상규 옮김),     그룹 프로젝트 관련 발표 및 보고서:
교보문고.                  40% (각 20%씩)
                       출석: 10%
                       ==============================
                       =====================
                       Total: 100%
                       평가 요소의 자세한 내용은 첫 강의
                       시간에 설명하기로 함




'International Economics: Theory &      (1) Mid-term(30%) and Final
Policy,' Krugman & Obstfeld, 9th        exam(35%): 65%
Edition                                 (2) Paper assignment: 10% - [Topic:
                                        Financial Cycle, Due is the class time at
                                        Oct 1(Mon), Free Format (a version
                                        shall be recommended if necessary),
                                        Overdue is not allowed to be
                                        accepted]
                                        (3) Student Presentation: 20% - [Any
                                        foreign exchange topics are fine, Due is
                                        the class time at Nov 15(Thur), Free
                                        Format (a version shall be
                                        recommended if necessary), Overdue is
                                        no accept
                                        (4) Class attendance: 5%
                                        (5) The university law on academic
                                        conduct and honest is enforced in this
                                        class. Each student is responsible for
                                        knowing the penalties for any academic
                                        misconducts and dishonest


Because of the very high cost of        25% :Attendance
purchasing law books from UK or         25% : Group Presentation (Topics
US, there is no required law text to    TBA)
buy for students in this class.         25% : Mid-term examination
Instead, reading materials will be            short essays and/or short answer
prepared for them at the beginning of   questions
the semester at a reasonable cost       25% : Final examination.
                                        short essays and/or short answer
                                        questions
Due to the very high cost of             -Attendance (25%) : Attendance will be
purchasing law books published in        taken in each class.
the U.K. or the U.S., the students are   -Group Project (25%): Topics for the
not required to buy any textbook for     Team Presentation TBA
this course. Instead, reading            -Mid-Term Exam (25%): Short Essays
materials will be put together and       and/or Short-Answer Questions
made available at a reasonable price     -Final Examination (25%): Short Essays
for purchase at the beginning of the     and/or Short-Answer Questions
semester.




Due to the very high cost of             -Attendance (25%) : Attendance will be
purchasing law books published in        taken in each class.
the U.K. or the U.S., the students are   -Group Project (25%): Topics for the
not required to buy any textbook for     Team Presentation TBA
this course. Instead, reading            -Mid-Term Exam (25%): Short Essays
materials will be put together and       and/or Short-Answer Questions
made available at a reasonable price     -Final Examination (25%): Short Essays
for purchase at the beginning of the     and/or Short-Answer Questions
semester.




Prezi for Dummies, Diamond,              Attendance: 10%
Stephanie, For Dummies,                  Homework & Class Participation: 10%
2010.08.01                               Role-play: 10%
(The)presentation secrets of Steve       Practice Test: 40%
jobs, Gallo, CARMINE, McGraw-Hill,       Final Presentation: 30%
2009.09.30
Jacobs and Chase, Operations and   Midterm Exam 30%
Supply Management: The Core, 2nd   Final Exam 30%
edition, McGraw-Hill, 2010         Quizzes 5%
                                   Case Presentation 10%
                                   Case Report 15%
                                   Attendance/Participation 10%
Ireland, Hoskisson, and Hitt, The    Midterm Exam 30%
Management of Strategy: Concept      Final Exam 30%
and Cases, 10th edition, Cengage,    Quizzes 5%
2013                                 Case Presentation 10%
                                     Case Report 15%
                                     Attendance/Participation 10%




Philip Kotler & Gary Armstrong         Mid term exam. 30%
(2012). Principles of Marketing, 14/E. Final Exam. 40%
Person.                                Reports and presentations 30%
                                       Attendance bonus Up to 5%
Dessler, Gary (2011). Human        (1) Exams: 60% (Mid-term 30%, Final
Resource Management, 12th Edition. 30%)
New York: Pearson.                 (2) Individual case study: 10%
                                   (3) Team Project: 15% (Report 10%,
                                   Presentation 5%)
                                   (4) Attendance: 10%
                                   (5) Participation: 5%




Finite Mathematics by Waner &        Class participation(15%) is important.
Costenoble, 5th Edition, 2010,       Homework(15%) will be assigned after
Published by Thompson Brooks/Cole,   a chapter or some sections are
ISBN 0-495-44576-2                   covered. Two tests(35% each) will be
                                     taken. One absence from class should
                                     mean 1 point deduction from total 100
                                     points. If you are late for each class, 0.5
                                     point will be deducted from total 100
                                     points.
Weygandt / Kimmel / Kieso,            Assessment Type / Weighting /
Managerial Accounting: Tools for      Approximate Timing / Topics
Business Decision Making, 5th
Edition, John Wiley & Sons, Inc.,     Examinations (50%):
2010, ISBN-13: 978-0-470-47714-4      1) Exam #1 ~Week 4-6 / Exam #2
                                      ~Week 9-11 / Exam #3 ~Week 15-16
PLEASE NOTE: THE TEXTBOOK IS 2) Exams are Based on Actual
REQUIRED. Points will be deducted Coverage
from assessments for failure to
acquire the textbook. The Week 1      Other Assessments (50%):
Assessment will be on Day 2 and       1) Projects / 23% / Various / Various
requires reading material assigned in 2) Independent Self Study (ISS) / 23% /
the textbook on Day 1 of the course. Various / Various
                                      3) Attendance / 4% / Throughout
                                      Course / Based on Actual Physical
                                      Presence

                                      NOTE: At least 1 week notice will be
                                      given for assessments, EXCEPT ISS
                                      assignments. Also, there are NO MAKE-
                                      UPS for LATE or MISSED
                                      ASSESSMENTS - A Grade of ZERO (0)
                                      will be automatically administered.
                                      Students should put 100% EFFORT into
                                      all assessments - - there are NO
                                      REDOS for any assessment.
Weygandt / Kimmel / Kieso, Financial Assessment Type / Weighting /
Accounting, IFRS Edition, 1st Edition, Approximate Timing / Topics
John Wiley & Sons, Inc., 2011, ISBN-
13: 978-0470-55200-1                   Examinations (50%):
                                       1) Exam #1 ~Week 4-6 / Exam #2
PLEASE NOTE: THE TEXTBOOK IS ~Week 9-11 / Exam #3 ~Week 15-16
REQUIRED. Points will be deducted 2) Exams are Based on Actual
from assessments for failure to        Coverage
acquire the textbook. The Week 1
Assessment will be on Day 2 and        Other Assessments (50%):
requires reading material assigned in 1) Projects / 23% / Various / Various
the textbook on Day 1 of the course. 2) Independent Self Study (ISS) / 23% /
                                       Various / Various
                                       3) Attendance / 4% / Throughout
                                       Course / Based on Actual Physical
                                       Presence

                                     NOTE: At least 1 week notice will be
                                     given for assessments, EXCEPT ISS
                                     assignments. Also, there are NO MAKE-
                                     UPS for LATE or MISSED
                                     ASSESSMENTS - A Grade of ZERO (0)
                                     will be automatically administered.
                                     Students should put 100% EFFORT into
                                     all assessments - - there are NO
                                     REDOS for any assessment.
Weygandt / Kimmel / Kieso,            Assessment Type / Weighting /
Managerial Accounting: Tools for      Approximate Timing / Topics
Business Decision Making, 5th
Edition, John Wiley & Sons, Inc.,     Examinations (50%):
2010, ISBN-13: 978-0-470-47714-4      1) Exam #1 ~Week 4-6 / Exam #2
                                      ~Week 9-11 / Exam #3 ~Week 15-16
PLEASE NOTE: THE TEXTBOOK IS 2) Exams are Based on Actual
REQUIRED. Points will be deducted Coverage
from assessments for failure to
acquire the textbook. The Week 1      Other Assessments (50%):
Assessment will be on Day 2 and       1) Projects / 23% / Various / Various
requires reading material assigned in 2) Independent Self Study (ISS) / 23% /
the textbook on Day 1 of the course. Various / Various
                                      3) Attendance / 4% / Throughout
                                      Course / Based on Actual Physical
                                      Presence

                                      NOTE: At least 1 week notice will be
                                      given for assessments, EXCEPT ISS
                                      assignments. Also, there are NO MAKE-
                                      UPS for LATE or MISSED
                                      ASSESSMENTS - A Grade of ZERO (0)
                                      will be automatically administered.
                                      Students should put 100% EFFORT into
                                      all assessments - - there are NO
                                      REDOS for any assessment.
Robinson / van Greuning / Henry /       Assessment Type / Weighting /
Broihahn, International Financial       Approximate Timing / Topics
Statement Analysis, 1st Edition, John
Wiley & Sons, Inc., 2009, ISBN: 978-  Examinations (50%):
0-470-28766-8                         1) Exam #1 ~Week 5-7 / Exam #2
                                      ~Week 10-12 / Exam #3 ~Week 15-
PLEASE NOTE: THE TEXTBOOK IS 16
REQUIRED. Points will be deducted 2) Exams are Based on Actual
from assessments for failure to       Coverage
acquire the textbook. The Week 1
Assessment will be on Day 2 and       Other Assessments (50%):
requires reading material assigned in 1) Assignments / 20% / Various /
the textbook on Day 1 of the course. Various
                                      2) Presentations / 10% / Various /
                                      Various
                                      3) Portfolio / 10% / TBA / Various
                                      4) Homework / 10% / Various /
                                      Various

                                        NOTE: At least 1 week notice will be
                                        given for assessments, EXCEPT
                                        assignments and homework. Also, there
                                        are NO MAKE-UPS for LATE or
                                        MISSED ASSESSMENTS - A Grade of
                                        ZERO (0) will be automatically
                                        administered. Students should put
                                        100% EFFORT into all assessments - -
                                        there are NO REDOS for any
                                        assessment.
Weygandt / Kimmel / Kieso, Financial Assessment Type / Weighting /
Accounting, IFRS Edition, 1st Edition, Approximate Timing / Topics
John Wiley & Sons, Inc., 2011, ISBN-
13: 978-0470-55200-1                   Examinations (50%):
                                       1) Exam #1 ~Week 4-6 / Exam #2
PLEASE NOTE: THE TEXTBOOK IS ~Week 9-11 / Exam #3 ~Week 15-16
REQUIRED. Points will be deducted 2) Exams are Based on Actual
from assessments for failure to        Coverage
acquire the textbook. The Week 1
Assessment will be on Day 2 and        Other Assessments (50%):
requires reading material assigned in 1) Projects / 23% / Various / Various
the textbook on Day 1 of the course. 2) Independent Self Study (ISS) / 23% /
                                       Various / Various
                                       3) Attendance / 4% / Throughout
                                       Course / Based on Actual Physical
                                       Presence

                                     NOTE: At least 1 week notice will be
                                     given for assessments, EXCEPT ISS
                                     assignments. Also, there are NO MAKE-
                                     UPS for LATE or MISSED
                                     ASSESSMENTS - A Grade of ZERO (0)
                                     will be automatically administered.
                                     Students should put 100% EFFORT into
                                     all assessments - - there are NO
                                     REDOS for any assessment.
Weygandt / Kimmel / Kieso,            Assessment Type / Weighting /
Managerial Accounting: Tools for      Approximate Timing / Topics
Business Decision Making, 5th
Edition, John Wiley & Sons, Inc.,     Examinations (50%):
2010, ISBN-13: 978-0-470-47714-4      1) Exam #1 ~Week 4-6 / Exam #2
                                      ~Week 9-11 / Exam #3 ~Week 15-16
PLEASE NOTE: THE TEXTBOOK IS 2) Exams are Based on Actual
REQUIRED. Points will be deducted Coverage
from assessments for failure to
acquire the textbook. The Week 1      Other Assessments (50%):
Assessment will be on Day 2 and       1) Projects / 23% / Various / Various
requires reading material assigned in 2) Independent Self Study (ISS) / 23% /
the textbook on Day 1 of the course. Various / Various
                                      3) Attendance / 4% / Throughout
                                      Course / Based on Actual Physical
                                      Presence

                                      NOTE: At least 1 week notice will be
                                      given for assessments, EXCEPT ISS
                                      assignments. Also, there are NO MAKE-
                                      UPS for LATE or MISSED
                                      ASSESSMENTS - A Grade of ZERO (0)
                                      will be automatically administered.
                                      Students should put 100% EFFORT into
                                      all assessments - - there are NO
                                      REDOS for any assessment.
Robinson / van Greuning / Henry /       Assessment Type / Weighting /
Broihahn, International Financial       Approximate Timing / Topics
Statement Analysis, 1st Edition, John
Wiley & Sons, Inc., 2009, ISBN: 978-  Examinations (50%):
0-470-28766-8                         1) Exam #1 ~Week 5-7 / Exam #2
                                      ~Week 10-12 / Exam #3 ~Week 15-
PLEASE NOTE: THE TEXTBOOK IS 16
REQUIRED. Points will be deducted 2) Exams are Based on Actual
from assessments for failure to       Coverage
acquire the textbook. The Week 1
Assessment will be on Day 2 and       Other Assessments (50%):
requires reading material assigned in 1) Assignments / 20% / Various /
the textbook on Day 1 of the course. Various
                                      2) Presentations / 10% / Various /
                                      Various
                                      3) Portfolio / 10% / TBA / Various
                                      4) Homework / 10% / Various /
                                      Various

                                        NOTE: At least 1 week notice will be
                                        given for assessments, EXCEPT
                                        assignments and homework. Also, there
                                        are NO MAKE-UPS for LATE or
                                        MISSED ASSESSMENTS - A Grade of
                                        ZERO (0) will be automatically
                                        administered. Students should put
                                        100% EFFORT into all assessments - -
                                        there are NO REDOS for any
                                        assessment.
자체제작된 강의용 교재                           1) Midterm Exam 30%
                                       2) Final Exam 40%
The information technology and         3) Homework 20%
business systems change so fast that 4) Participation 10%
the textbooks can never follow-up and Total 100%
cover the most recent, up-to-date
knowledge. The instructor will         <평가방법 : 절대적 평가에 기초한
prepare and distribute articles that   상대적 평가>
students will be expected to read.
Students will also be required to read INDIVIDUAL PRESENTATION
articles published in journals and     Identify an article published in computer
magazines, such as CNET.com,           magazines (e.g., 전자신문,
Computerworld.com, and                 마이크로소프트, etc.), or web (e.g.,
Americasnetwork.com. 전자신문              CNET.com, Computerworld.com). The
(http://www.etnews.co.kr/)             article you have chosen must describe
                                       or discuss information technology
                                       related to this course. Presenting
                                       students must submit the ppt slides
                                       (within 10 slides) in our 교수학습시스템,
                                       24 hours before the class begins.

                                       PARTICIPATION
                                       You will be responsible for participating
                                       in various class activities (including
                                       events launched by student
                                       government) that will allow you to
                                       exercise your skills and knowledge, and
                                       stimulate your critical thinking. Students
                                       are also expected to discuss and
                                       respond to questions concerning the
                                       assigned readings. Class attendance
                                       will be monitored and will be factored
Tawfik Jelassi and Albrecht Enders,    1) Midterm Exam 30%
2008, Strategies for E-Business:       2) Group Assignment 30%
Concepts and Cases (2nd Edition),      3) Final Exam 30%
Prentice Hall.                         4) Participation 10%
                                       Total 100%
Management Information Systems,   1) Midterm Exam 30%
Laudon & Laudon, Pearson          2) Final Exam 30%
                                  3) Assignments 35% (Group 25%,
                                  Individual 10%)
                                  4) Participation & Attendance 5%
                                  Total 100%
Systems Analysis & Design, 추후         Midterm 30%
공지함                                   Final 30%
                                      Assignments 35%
                                      Attendance 5%




Tawfik Jelassi and Albrecht Enders,   1) Midterm Exam 30%
2008, Strategies for E-Business:      2) Group Assignment 30%
Concepts and Cases (2nd Edition),     3) Final Exam 30%
Prentice Hall.                        4) Participation 10%
                                      Total 100%
Reading materials will be uploaded   Attendance: 10%
onto our class web site two weeks    Participation: 5%
prior to each class.                 Interviews: 5% (Students are asked to
This business of Televlsion,         film an interview with people aged over
Blumenthal, H. & Goodenough, O.,     50 about a given subject.)
Billboard Books, 2006                7 minute PP presentation: 10% (Case
                                     study: “This is the best video content
                                     marketer.”)

                                     Mid-term: 30%
                                     A final exam 30%




Reading materials will be uploaded   Attendance: 10%
onto our class web site one week     Class participation: 10%
prior to each class.                 Presentation of TV news shot analysis:
                                     10%
                                     Mid-term exam: 35%
                                     News report production: 35%
                                     Late submissions or failure to present
                                     on time will be penalized by a 20%
                                     deduction.

                                     NEWS SHOT ANALYSIS
                                     PRESENTATION
                                     Students have to choose one TV news
                                     report and analyze its shot sequence in
                                     a five-minute presentation. This will
                                     account for 10% of your final course
                                     grade.

                                     FINAL PROJECT
                                     A pair of students will constitute one
                                     news team. You will be asked to make
                                     one news report as a final project. This
                                     will account for 35% of your fina

                                     Attendance and class participation
                                     points will account for 10% of your final
                                     grade: 0-3 absences?10 points, 4-5
                                     absences?8 points, 6-7 absences?6
                                     points, over 8 absences?4 points.
                                     Tardiness: 3 late arrivals to class will
                                     be equal to one absence.
                                     Only excused absences will be allowed.
Obama's Best 10 speeches.           Attendance: 10%
Hackers TEOIC VOCA, Hackers         "This is what I live for" 3-minute speech
Language Lab, 2011                  presentation: 10%
                                    Vocabulary quiz 1: 15%
                                    Mid-term exam: 20%
                                    Vocabulary quiz 2: 15%
                                    Final exam: 30%

                                    Any absence without prior notice either
                                    by email or phone message will not be
                                    permitted except in the case of
                                    emergency.
                                    Attendance points: 0-3 absences (10
                                    pts); 4-5 absences (8 pts); 6-7
                                    absences (6 pts); over 8 absences (4
                                    pts).
                                    Lateness to class: 3 tardies will be
                                    equal to one absence.
                                    A failure to present a speech on time
                                    will be penalized by a 20% deduction
                                    from whatever score the student
                                    receives.




Lecture material & online content   Absences and late submissions of
                                    assignments will incur penalties just as
                                    participation and earnest efforts in and
                                    outside classroom will be rewarded
                                    under Extra Credit portion of the grade.
                                    Along with these guidelines, the school
                                    grade distribution policy will be
                                    observed in determining students' letter
                                    grades for the course.

                                    Midterm Exam (10%)
                                    Final Exam (10%)
                                    Homework Assignments (40%)
                                    Group Projects (40%)
                                    Participation (Extra Credit)
Lecture material & online content   Absences and late submissions of
                                    assignments will incur penalties just as
                                    participation and earnest efforts in and
                                    outside classroom will be rewarded
                                    under Extra Credit portion of the grade.
                                    Along with these guidelines, the school
                                    grade distribution policy will be
                                    observed in determining students' letter
                                    grades for the course.

                                    Lab Exercises (30%)
                                    Homework Assignments (40%)
                                    Midterm Exam (10%)
                                    Final Exam (20%)
                                    Participation (Extra Credit)




Robert W. Weinbach, Richard M        Midterm Exam 30% + Final Exam 30%
Grinnell., Statistics for Social     + Report 15% + Individual Work 15% +
Workers. Pearson Education, INC      Class Participation 10% = 100%
Julie Pallant (2004). SPSS Survival
Manual: a Step by Step Guide to Data
Analysis using SPSS, Open
University Press.
Materials available on the Class E-      No final test! (Daily evaluations in
board (학습자료). Print out your own         class.)
copy for class, or bring a computer or   1. Midterm 15%
smartphone with the file on it to        2. Overall participation grade 10%
class.                                   3. Class preparation grade (minus one
You MUST take notes - your               point each class you come not
notebook will be graded too.             prepared) 15%
Your favorite dictionary.                4. Speaking performance grade
                                         (second half of semester only graded)
                                         20%
                                         5. Creativity and Critical Thinking
                                         during discussions (second half of
                                         semester only graded) 10%
                                         6. Notebook 15%
                                         7. Attendance (minus one point each
                                         class you miss) 15%




Materials available on the Class E-      Quizzes (2) - 10%
board (학습자료). Print out your own         Homework Assignments (4) - 10%
copy for class, or bring a computer or   Notebook - 10%
smartphone with the file on it to        Midterm Test - 15%
class.                                   Final Test - 30%
You MUST take notes - your               Participation - 10%
notebook will be graded too.             Attendance - 15%




Materials available on the Class E-      No final test! (Daily evaluations in
board (학습자료). Print out your own         class.)
copy for class, or bring a computer or   1. Midterm 15%
smartphone with the file on it to        2. Overall participation grade 10%
class.                                   3. Class preparation grade (minus one
You MUST take notes - your               point each class you come not
notebook will be graded too.             prepared) 15%
Your favorite dictionary.                4. Speaking performance grade
                                         (second half of semester only graded)
                                         20%
                                         5. Creativity and Critical Thinking
                                         during discussions (second half of
                                         semester only graded) 10%
                                         6. Notebook 15%
                                         7. Attendance (minus one point each
                                         class you miss) 15%
Mid Term Examination 중간고사 (35%)


The exam is in an objective, multiple
choice format.
All questions are based on ‘Key words’
provided with each lecture.
객관식 형식의 시험 입니다. 모든 문제는
각 강의에서 제공된 '핵심 단어'를
기반으로
출제됩니다.

Final Examination 기말시험 (35%)
The exam is in an objective, multiple
choice format.
All questions are based on ‘Key words’
provided with each lecture.
객관식 형식의 시험 입니다. 모든 문제는
각 강의에서 제공된 '핵심 단어'를
기반으로 출제
됩니다.

Attendance (15%)
Active Participation (15%)
Class participation is based on
attendance and the
number of comments and questions per
class.
수업 참여 성적은 학생의 출석율과 수업
당 질문의 수에 따라 달라집니다.
Mid Term Examination 중간고사 (35%)


The exam is in an objective, multiple
choice format.
All questions are based on ‘Key words’
provided with each lecture.
객관식 형식의 시험 입니다. 모든 문제는
각 강의에서 제공된 '핵심 단어'를
기반으로
출제됩니다.

Final Examination 기말시험 (35%)
The exam is in an objective, multiple
choice format.
All questions are based on ‘Key words’
provided with each lecture.
객관식 형식의 시험 입니다. 모든 문제는
각 강의에서 제공된 '핵심 단어'를
기반으로 출제
됩니다.

Attendance (15%)
Active Participation (15%)
Class participation is based on
attendance and the
number of comments and questions per
class.
수업 참여 성적은 학생의 출석율과 수업
당 질문의 수에 따라 달라집니다.
Reading materials will be posted on     Mid-Term Exam (25%)
the course website and/or distributed   Assignments, Homework and Quizzes
in class. Students are therefore        (including Individual Research
expected to check the course website    Presentation on a White Collar Crime
daily.                                  Case Study) (25%)
                                        Cumulative Final Exam (25%)
                                        Class Participation (15%)
                                        Attendance (15%)




Selected readings as assigned,          Students will be evaluated according to
including readings from Cassese,        the following guideline:
International Criminal Law and A.
Cassese, International Criminal Law -   Mid-Term Exam (25%)
Cases & Commentary.                     Presentations, Assignments, Homework
                                        and Quizzes (25%)
                                        Cumulative Final Exam (25%)
                                        Class Participation (15%)
                                        Attendance (10%)




                                        Students will be evaluated and graded
Stephen P. Lab, Crime Prevention -      according to the following guidelines:
Approaches, Practices and
Evaluations (6th Ed.)                   Mid-Term Exam (25%)
                                        Cumulative Final Exam (25%)
                                        Presentations, Assignments, Homework
                                        and Quizzes (25%)
                                        Class Participation (15%)
                                        Attendance (10%)
The Elements of Style, by William     Attendance 5%
Strunk, Jr., and E. B. White,         Oral Presentations 25%
Handbook of Writing for the           Homework and Quizzes 15% each
Mathematical Sciences, by Nicholas    Midterm and Final Exam 20% each
J. Higham,
Proofs Without Words: Exercises In
Visual Thinking I,II, by Roger B.
Nelsen.




Biochemistry, 7th edition; Campbell   Mid-term: 40%, Final exam : 40%, Class
and Farrell                           attendance: 10%, Class Participation:
                                      10%




개정판 유기화학 실험                           1. Attendance      20%
                                      2. Mid Term Exam 30%
문석식 외 엮음                              3. Report          10%
                                      4. Final Term Exam 30%
자유아카데미.                               5. Attitude       10%
개정판 유기화학 실험                           1. Attendance      20%
                                      2. Mid Term Exam 30%
문석식 외 엮음                              3. Report          10%
                                      4. Final Term Exam 30%
자유아카데미.                               5. Attitude       10%
Various web sites dedicated for       mid-term: 40%, final exam : 40%, class
chemistry and technology.             participation: 10%, oral presentation &
Course materials to be uploaded       assignments: 10%
before class
Radiation biology related text books : Quiz 1 = 10
Library                                Quiz 2 = 10
Regular class PPTs                     Report = 10
                                       Attendance = 10
                                       Mid term exam = 30
                                       Final term exam = 30




Introduction to Plant Physiology(4 ed) Quiz 1 = 10
Hopkins & Huner Wiley                  Quiz 2 = 10
Publications                           Report = 10
                                       Attendance = 10
                                       Mid term exam = 30
                                       Final term exam = 30



Plant breeding related text books :   Quiz 1 = 10
Library                               Quiz 2 = 10
Regular class PPTs                    Report = 10
                                      Attendance = 10
                                      Mid term exam = 30
Class presentations given in advance Final term exam = 30
will be enough for the learning.
Further guidelines will be given time
to time.
주교재 : Automation, Production       Attendance : 5%, Team Project : 20%,
Systems, and Computer Integrated   Mid term : 30%, Final exam : 40%,
Manufacturing, by Mikell           Others : 5%
Groover, Prentice Hall
부교재 : Robotics and Manufacturing
Automation, by C.Ray Asfahl, Wiley




주교재 : Automation, Production       Attendance : 5%, Team Project : 20%,
Systems, and Computer Integrated   Mid term : 30%, Final exam : 40%,
Manufacturing, by Mikell           Others : 5%
Groover, Prentice Hall
부교재 : Robotics and Manufacturing
Automation, by C.Ray Asfahl, Wiley




주교재 : Automation, Production       Attendance : 5%, Team Project : 20%,
Systems, and Computer Integrated   Mid term : 30%, Final exam : 40%,
Manufacturing, by Mikell           Others : 5%
Groover, Prentice Hall
부교재 : Robotics and Manufacturing
Automation, by C.Ray Asfahl, Wiley
Organic Chemistry, John McMurry,    Attendnace (15%), Class participation
7th or 8th Ed (English Edition)     (10%), Mid-term (35%), Final Exam
                                    (40%)
                                    Grades will be allocated according to
                                    the university rules.




Course materials (to be distributed in Midtern Exam 30%; Final Exam 30%;
class)                                 Report 10%; Quizzes 20%; Attendance
                                       & In-class presentation 10%


Course materials (to be distributed in Midtern Exam 30%; Final Exam 30%;
class)                                 Report 10%; Quizzes 20%; Attendance
                                       & In-class presentation 10%
Hockenberry, M. (2004). Wong's              1. Paper and Pencil Test:
Essentials of Pediatric Nursing. 7th           a. Midterm Test
edition                                     35 %
Pillitteri, A. (2007). Maternal and Child      b. Final Test
Health Nursing: Care of the                 35 %
Childbearing and Childrearing Family.       2. Quizzes
5th edition. Lippincott Williams and        10 %
Wilkins                                     3. Homework
조결자 외. (2005). 가족중심의                        10 %
아동간호학 개정3판 (Ⅰ& II). 서울:                     4. Attendance & Behavior
현문사.                                        10 %
신영희. (2008). 아동간호학 요약집 I.
조결자 외. (2005). 가족중심의
아동간호학 개정3판 (I&II). 서울:
현문사.
조결자 외. (2005). 아동과 가족간호.
서울: 현문사.
Ellis, R.B., Gates, B. et.al. 2003.      Midterm Examination:
Interpersonal Communication in           30%
Nursing:Theory and Practice. 2nd ed.     Final Examination:
Elsevier Science Limited.                30%
Parbury, J.S. 2000. Patient and          Class Participation/Pair/Groupwork:
Person:Developing Interpersonal          20%
Skills in Nursing. 2nd ed. Harcourt      Quizzes/Homework:
Australia Pty Limited.                   10%
Arnold,E. and Boggs,K.U. 1999.           Attendance:
Interpseronal                            10%
Relationships:Professional
Communication Skills for Nurses.3rd
ed. W.B.Saunders Company.
Balzer-Riley,J.W.
1996.Communications in
Nursing:Communication Assertively
and Responsibly in Nursing: A
Guidebook. 5th ed. Mosby-Year
Book,Inc.
Andrews, M. M. & Boyle, J. S. (2008).
Transcultural Concepts in Nursing
Care, 5th ed. Philadelphia. Lippincott




Boungsook Lee et al. (2011). Nursing 1) Midterm exeamination 30%
Management. Seoul. Jungdam           2) Finals exeamination 40%
Media.                               3) Attendance 10%
                                     4) Reports 10%
                                     5) Cyber discussion 10%
Ellis, R.B., Gates, B. et.al. 2003.      Midterm Examination:
Interpersonal Communication in           30%
Nursing:Theory and Practice. 2nd ed.     Final Examination:
Elsevier Science Limited.                30%
Parbury, J.S. 2000. Patient and          Class Participation/Pair/Groupwork:
Person:Developing Interpersonal          20%
Skills in Nursing. 2nd ed. Harcourt      Quizzes/Homework:
Australia Pty Limited.                   10%
Arnold,E. and Boggs,K.U. 1999.           Attendance:
Interpseronal                            10%
Relationships:Professional
Communication Skills for Nurses.3rd
ed. W.B.Saunders Company.
Balzer-Riley,J.W.
1996.Communications in
Nursing:Communication Assertively
and Responsibly in Nursing: A
Guidebook. 5th ed. Mosby-Year
Book,Inc.
Andrews, M. M. & Boyle, J. S. (2008).
Transcultural Concepts in Nursing
Care, 5th ed. Philadelphia. Lippincott




                                         stage assessment 20%
 Project briefs, references(research     Final assessment 30%
file and sketchbook), artwork            Class participation (attitude,
                                         preparation etc) 10%
                                         Attendance 20%
                                         Portfolio 20%
 Project briefs, references(own   Stage assessment 30%
research file and sketchbook),    Final assessment 40%
artworks                          Class participation (attitude,
                                  preparation etc) 10%
                                  Attendance 20%




 Project briefs, references(own   Stage assessment 30%
research file and sketchbook),    Final assessment 40%
artworks                          Class participation (attitude,
                                  preparation etc) 10%
                                  Attendance 20%




각종 트랜드 북 및 전문 잡지                  출석20%
                                  중간평가 20%
                                  기말 평가50%
                                  수업 참여도 및 주별과제 10%


 Project briefs, references(own   Stage assessment 30%
research file and sketchbook),    Final assessment 40%
artworks                          Class participation (attitude,
                                  preparation etc) 10%
                                  Attendance 20%
Recommended Textbooks                      Class Participation & Attendance
Lury, Celia (2011), Consumer               1010%
Culture. Malden, MA. USA, Polity           Individual Assignment 1515%
Press.                                     Quizzes1515%
McCracken, Grant (1988), Culture           Mid Term Exam1515%
and Consumption: New Approaches            Group Project 2020%
to the Symbolic Character of               Final Exam2525%
Consumer Goods and Activities              TOTAL100100%
(Midland Book) Bloomington: Indiana
University Press.
Gottdiener, Mark (2000) (ed.), New
Forms of Consumption. Lanham,
Maryland: Rowman & Littlefield.




Recommended Textbook                       Class Participation & Attendance
Merrill, J.L. (Ed) 2006. Introduction to   1010%
Housing. Upper Saddle River. NJ:           Individual Assignment 1515%
Pearson Prentice Hall.                     Quizzes1515%
THE HOUSING EDUCATION                      Mid Term Exam1515%
RESEARCH ASSOCIATION (HERA),               Group Project 2020%
INTRODUCTION TO HOUSING, 1st               Final Exam2525%
Edition ⓒ 2006 .Reprinted with
Permission of Pearson Education
Inc., Upper Saddle River NJ




1. Data Analysis for Managers with         Class Participation & Attendance
Microsoft Excel - Textbook Only            1010%
[Student Edition] [Hardcover] S.           Individual Assignment 1515%
Christian Albright (Author)                Quizzes1515%
2. Data Analysis and Decision Making       Mid Term Exam1515%
(with Online Content Printed Access        Group Project 2020%
Card) by S. Christian Albright, Wayne      Final Exam2525%
Winston and Christopher Zappe (Oct
12, 2010)
Recommended Textbooks               Class Participation & Attendance
de Mooij, Marieke K. (2011)         1010%
Consumer Behaviour and Culture:     Individual Assignment 1515%
Consequences for Global Marketing   Quizzes1515%
and Advertising. 2nd Edition SAGE   Mid Term Exam1515%
Publications, Inc.                  Group Project 2020%
Schiffman, L. & Kanuk, L. (2010)    Final Exam2525%
Consumer Behaviour. 10th Edition.
Prentice Hall




1. Hand out                         1. Attendance & class participation : 20
                                    %
2. American & British art songs
collection                          2. Indivisual presentation in singing (3-4
                                    times in semester): 30 % (It can be
3. Singing and communicating in     substitute for mid term exam)
English - Kathryn Labouff
                                    3. Paper work :20%
4.성악인을 위한 영어딕션 -
음악춘추사                               4. Final exam : 30%




course packet (복사물), English-       Attendance and participation: 25%
Korean dictionary                   Presentation: 25%
                                    Midterm Exam: 25%
                                    Final Exam: 25%
None                                    Assignments- 75%
                                        Participation- 10%
Important information will be printed   Final Portfolio- 10%
and given to students in class.         Attendance- 5%

                                        상대평가 You will be graded on a curve




None                                    Assignments- 75%
                                        Participation- 10%
Important information will be printed   Final Portfolio- 10%
and given to students in class.         Attendance- 5%

                                        상대평가 You will be graded on a curve




None                                    Assignment (1 assignment, graded 4
                                        times)- 50%
Important information will be printed   Research Notebook- 30%
and given to students in class.         Participation- 15%
                                        Attendance- 5%


                                        상대평가 You will be graded on a curve
None                                    Assignment (1 assignment, graded 4
                                        times)- 50%
Important information will be printed   Research Notebook- 30%
and given to students in class.         Participation- 15%
                                        Attendance- 5%


                                        상대평가 You will be graded on a curve




None are required, but "The Print"      Homework Assignments - 40%
and "The Negative" both by Ansel        Final Portfolio - 40%
Adams and "The Darkroom                 English Participation and Critiques -
Cookbook", by Stephen G. Anchell        10%
are highly recommended. Handouts        Attendance - 10%
will be provided in class.

Because this class is a traditional
darkroom class, class materials may
be costly. Black and white film and
papers may be considered costly to
students with no darkroom
experience. Some students also elect
to pay extra money to use an off-
campus darkroom for convenience -
although this is not required. Most
black and white materials cannot be
purchased in Daegu, so the professor
or another student will help you
purchase these materials online.
None are required, but "The Print"      Homework Assignments - 40%
and "The Negative" both by Ansel        Final Portfolio - 40%
Adams and "The Darkroom                 English Participation and Critiques -
Cookbook", by Stephen G. Anchell        10%
are highly recommended. Handouts        Attendance - 10%
will be provided in class.

Because this class is a traditional
darkroom class, class materials may
be costly. Black and white film and
papers may be considered costly to
students with no darkroom
experience. Some students also elect
to pay extra money to use an off-
campus darkroom for convenience -
although this is not required. Most
black and white materials cannot be
purchased in Daegu, so the professor
or another student will help you
purchase these materials online.




Google Sketch-Up is a free program      All assignments must be completed to
that can be downloaded anytime to       receive a passing grade for the
your home computer. All students        semester. No student will be allowed to
are encouraged visit                    miss a scheduled deadline unless they
www.google.com to download a free       have a written excuse from a physician
copy. The site also includes many       or evidence of an emergency of a
instructional videos as well as blogs   similar nature. Achievement of the
that will be helpful in the learning    course objectives stated above is the
process.                                primary measure of a student’s success
                                        in this course. Work on assignments,
                                        performance on oral presentations, and
                                        participation in class discussions form a
                                        body of evidence upon which to
                                        evaluate the fulfillment of these
                                        objectives. Students are required to
                                        demonstrate their achievement of these
                                        objectives for continuation to the next
                                        level of the curriculum. As such, grades
                                        on individual assignments and
                                        cumulative semester grades will be
                                        determined by the evaluation of the
                                        instructor, based on their expertise,
                                        under the following criteria:

                                        - Depth of understanding
                                        - Positively-directed development
                                        - Craftsmanship in execution &
                                        presentation
Google Sketch-Up is a free program      All assignments must be completed to
that can be downloaded anytime to       receive a passing grade for the
your home computer. All students        semester. No student will be allowed to
are encouraged visit                    miss a scheduled deadline unless they
www.google.com to download a free       have a written excuse from a physician
copy. The site also includes many       or evidence of an emergency of a
instructional videos as well as blogs   similar nature. Achievement of the
that will be helpful in the learning    course objectives stated above is the
process.                                primary measure of a student’s success
                                        in this course. Work on assignments,
                                        performance on oral presentations, and
                                        participation in class discussions form a
                                        body of evidence upon which to
                                        evaluate the fulfillment of these
                                        objectives. Students are required to
                                        demonstrate their achievement of these
                                        objectives for continuation to the next
                                        level of the curriculum. As such, grades
                                        on individual assignments and
                                        cumulative semester grades will be
                                        determined by the evaluation of the
                                        instructor, based on their expertise,
                                        under the following criteria:

                                        - Depth of understanding
                                        - Positively-directed development
                                        - Craftsmanship in execution &
                                        presentation
Readings may be assigned but these All assignments must be completed to
will be listed on the class web site. receive a passing grade for the
                                      semester. No student will be allowed to
                                      miss a scheduled deadline unless they
                                      have a written excuse from a physician
                                      or evidence of an emergency of a
                                      similar nature. Achievement of the
                                      course objectives stated above is the
                                      primary measure of a student’s success
                                      in this course. Work on assignments,
                                      performance on oral presentations, and
                                      participation in class discussions form a
                                      body of evidence upon which to
                                      evaluate the fulfillment of these
                                      objectives. Students are required to
                                      demonstrate their achievement of these
                                      objectives for continuation to the next
                                      level of the curriculum. As such, grades
                                      on individual assignments and
                                      cumulative semester grades will be
                                      determined by the evaluation of the
                                      instructor, based on their expertise,
                                      under the following criteria:

                                       -Depth of understanding
                                       -Positively-directed development
                                       -Craftsmanship in execution &
                                       presentation
Required:                               Grading Criteria
- “The New Complete Guide to            The general grading criteria on all
Sewing: Step-by-Step Techniques for     projects/assignments include: Technical
Making Clothes and Home                 mastery; craftsmanship; attention to
Accessories Updated Edition with All-   detail; idea development; especially
New Projects and Simplicity Patterns    attention given to developing and
(Reader's Digest)”
                     refining ideas before implementation;
Optional:                               meeting deadlines for critiques; and
- “Patternmaking for Fashion Design     attending and participating in critiques;
(5th Edition) [Hardcover]” Helen        degree of innovation or
Joseph Armstrong                        experimentation; problem solving;
- Sewing supplies                       quality of background preparation (for
- Paper scissors                        example library research, experimental
- Fabric scissors                       studies/samples, or sketches); quantity
- Pinking shears                        of work attempted.
-

18x2” C-Thru ruler

- Awl                                   5% Attendance
- Notcher (optional)                    5% Class Participation
- Tape measure                          45% Class assignments and projects
- Clear curve #17                       45% Final Project
- Seam ripper
- Assorted hand sewing needles
- Pattern transfer paper
- Thimble
- Sewing gauge
- Machine needles Size 65/9
- Pencil sharpener
- Tracing wheel
- Needle point tracing wheel
- Pin cushion
- L-square
- French Curves
There is no required textbook for this   Grading Criteria
course. Below is a list of reference     The general grading criteria on all
books to support the work of the         projects/assignments include: Technical
course.                                  mastery; craftsmanship; attention to
-The Art of Manipulating Fabric          detail; idea development; especially
-Techno Textiles                         attention given to developing and
- Shadowfolds: Surprisingly Easy-to-     refining ideas before implementation;
Make Geometric Designs in Fabric         meeting deadlines for critiques; and
- Stitch Magic: A Compendium of          attending and participating in critiques;
Sewing Techniques for Sculpting          degree of innovation or
Fabric into Exciting New Forms and       experimentation; problem solving;
Fashions                                 quality of background preparation (for
- Three-Dimensional Embroidery           example library research, experimental
- Art Cloth: A Guide to Surface          studies/samples, or sketches); quantity
Design for Fabric                        of work attempted.
- Memory on Cloth: Shibori Now
- Folding Techniques for Designers:      5% Attendance
From Sheet to Form                       5% Class Participation
- Extreme Beauty: The Body               45% Project 1
Transformed                              45% Project 2
- Textile Techniques in Metal: For
Jewelers Textile Artists & Sculptors

- Sewing supplies
- Paper scissors
- Fabric scissors
- Pinking shears
- X-Acto Knife
-

18x2” C-Thru ruler

- Awl
- Notcher (Optional)
- Tape measure
Required:                               Grading Criteria
- “Patternmaking for Fashion Design     The general grading criteria on all
(5th Edition) [Hardcover]” Helen        projects/assignments include: Technical
Joseph Armstrong                        mastery; craftsmanship; attention to
Optional:                               detail; idea development; especially
- “The New Complete Guide to            attention given to developing and
Sewing: Step-by-Step Techniques for     refining ideas before implementation;
Making Clothes and Home                 meeting deadlines for critiques; and
Accessories Updated Edition with All-   attending and participating in critiques;
New Projects and Simplicity Patterns    degree of innovation or
(Reader's Digest)”
                     experimentation; problem solving;
                                        quality of background preparation (for
- Sewing supplies                       example library research, experimental
- Dress Form                            studies/samples, or sketches); quantity
- Paper scissors                        of work attempted.
- Fabric scissors
- Pinking shears                        5% Attendance
-

18x2” C-Thru ruler
                    5% Class Participation
- Awl                                   45% Class assignments and projects
- Notcher (Optional)                    45% Final Project
- Tape measure
- Clear curve #17
- Seam ripper
- Assorted hand sewing needles
- Pattern transfer paper
- Thimble
- Sewing gauge
- Machine needles Size 65/9
- Pencil sharpener
- Tracing wheel
- Needle point tracing wheel
- Pin cushion
-Levy, M., & Weitz, B. (2009).          -Attitude during the class (participation,
Retailing management (7th ed.). New     discussion, Q&A): 10%
York: Irwin McGraw-Hill.                -Attendence: 10%
-Lee, H. & Yoh, E. (2007). Fashion      -Mid-term exam: 20%
retailing. Seoul: Kyohak Yongusa.       -Final exam: 20%
-Readings posted in the course          -Team-based PPT presentation related
homepage.                               to a given issue: 20%
                                        -Personal presentation + short report :
                                        20%
www.bwfbadminton.org                     Grading System
laws of badminton                        Written exam 20%
guidelines for technical officials       Practical exam umpire (gym+club)
                                         20%
                                         Practical exam service judging10%
                                         Practical exam line judging
                                         10%
                                         Participation25%
                                         Attendance15%




1. Hand out (it will be submitted        1. Attendance & Class participation:
during the class)                        20%
2. Lecture slides                        2. Mid term exam: 20%
3. Various internet sources (provided)   3. Final exam: 20%
                                         4. Individual work: 20%
                                         5. Group work: 20%
PPT slides                            Examination
                                      50% attendance and 50% examination




PPT slides                            Class attendance and examination:
                                      50% each.




PPT slides                            Class attendance (50%) and
                                      examanation (50%).




1. Mullin, Hardy, & Sutton (2007).      Requirements
Sport Marketing. 3rd Edition, Human     Proportion
Kinetics - No purchase necessary        Class Participation
                                        20%
2. Course Packet from the instructor Case Study
                                        20%
                                        Mid- Semester Evaluation
3. Movies relating to various topics of 20%
Sport Marketing (스포츠마케팅관련               Semester Project & Presentation
영화 및 동영상정보 - 강사 제공예정) 20%
                                        Final Exam
                                        20%
                                        Total
                                        100%




To be determined                      Assignments 25%
                                      Mid Term Examination 20%
                                      Final Examination 30%
                                      Attendance 10%
                                      Participation 15%
Practical Linear Albegra: A Geometry   Midterm 35%
Toolbox, Gerald Farin & Dianne         Final Exam 35%
Hansford                               Quizzes(bi-weekly) 10%
ISBN: 1-56881-234-5                    Homework 10%
                                       class participation, presentation,
                                       attendence 10%
                                       * No make up quizzes.




Physics for Scientists and Engineers, 10% Attendance (20 points)
7th ed., Serway/Jewett                20% Homework/Report (40 points)
                                      35% Midterm Exam (70 points)
                                      35% Final Exam (70 points)
                                      Your final grade will be given on the
                                      absolute scale, i.e., you have to score at
                                      least 110 points to pass the course.
                                      Each and everyone could get a good
                                      grade if he/she scores high points.
Computer Graphics with OpenGL (4th - Mid/Final : 40%
edition) , Hearn & Baker (subject to - Project & programming assignment &
change)                              Written assignment 50%
                                     - attendence 10%




- No text book (but will refer official
webpage                                   - class attendence (10%)
(http://www.processing.org/))             - mid term exam (20%)
- Class Slides                            - Project milestone checkup and final
                                          game presentation(70%)




To be decided                             The course is assessed primarily using
                                          mid term and final exams, totaling 70%.
                                          The remaining 30% is made up from
                                          continuous assessment and attendance
                                          records.




To be announced                           Mid Term Examination 30%
                                          Final Examination 50%
                                          Attendance 10%
                                          Participation 10%
Law A. H., Gordon M. Meyerhold,         - attendance 25%
Eisenstein and biomechаnics: actor - class participation (training) 20%
training in revolutionary Russia. North - tests 10%
California; London, 1996.                - midterm exam 15%
                                          - final exam 30%




                                     - attendance 25%
                                      - class participation (training) 20%
                                      - tests 10%
                                     - midterm exam 15%
                                     - .final exam 30%




                                     All students should have uniforms and
                                     gym shoes.
                                     work in spacious classrooms with
                                     condition air,
                                     well lit, equipped with a Hi Fi, wooden
                                     tables, stoles, chairs, sticks, mats,
                                     shower-rooms
Various handouts                            Attendance (출석) 20%
각 강의별 프린트물                                  Homework and Attitude (과제 및 태도)
                                            20%
                                            Final Exam (기말고사) 60%




This will be notified at the first class.   MCQ test score 20
Since the topics to be discussed are        Presentation 20
diverse, parts or specific chapters of      Class attendance 10
related books will be introduced to         Midterm 25
cover the course content at the first       Final Examination 25
lecture.
1. Text book: The Biology of Cancer   Mid-Term Examination (40)
(by Robert A. Weinberg): Garland
Science, published in 2007            Students' short presentation (10)

2. Supplementary:Principles of        Final Examination 40
Cancer Biology (by Lewis J.
Kleinsmith): Pearson Benjamin         Classperformance 10
Cummings, published in 2006

3. Review articles from reputed
journals




1.Text book: Text Book of Human       Quiz 10
Physiology (by Aurther C. Guyton):    Midterm Examination 30
                                      Students' Asignment 10
                                      Final Examination 40
                                      Class performance and attendance 10




1. Text book: The Biology of Cancer   Mid-Term Examination (40)
(by Robert A. Weinberg): Garland
Science, published in 2007            Students' short presentation (10)

2. Supplementary:Principles of        Final Examination 40
Cancer Biology (by Lewis J.
Kleinsmith): Pearson Benjamin         Classperformance 10
Cummings, published in 2006

3. Review articles from reputed
journals
1.Text book: Text Book of Human         Quiz 10
Physiology (by Aurther C. Guyton):      Midterm Examination 30
                                        Students' Asignment 10
                                        Final Examination 40
                                        Class performance and attendance 10


1.Writing Research Papers,              Evaluation will be a mix of
Zemach, Broudy, and Valvona
(MacMillan Writing Series)              a.Attendance and participation
2.Downloadable writing manual at        15%
http://keneckert.com/kac (Writing       b.In-class writing10%
tab)                                    c.Regular paper assignments (4-½)60%
                                        d.Mid-term exam (in-class
You may have the manual printed at      paper)15%
Bauer hall or bring a laptop to class
for viewing                             WARNING: Five minutes late: 1/3
                                        absence. Ten minutes late: 2/3
                                        absence. 15 minutes late or more: you
                                        are marked absent. In accordance with
                                        college policy, students who are absent
                                        more than 7.0 classes fail the course.
                                        Students are responsible for attendance
                                        and for providing documentation of
                                        illness or other emergencies. Every
                                        class absence is a 2% deduction. Notes
                                        will not be accepted after seven days
                                        past the absence.




1.Writing Research Papers,              Evaluation will be a mix of
Zemach, Broudy, and Valvona
(MacMillan Writing Series)              a.Attendance and participation
2.Downloadable writing manual at        15%
http://keneckert.com/kac (Writing       b.In-class writing10%
tab)                                    c.Regular paper assignments (4-½)60%
                                        d.Mid-term exam (in-class
You may have the manual printed at      paper)15%
Bauer hall or bring a laptop to class
for viewing                             WARNING: Five minutes late: 1/3
                                        absence. Ten minutes late: 2/3
                                        absence. 15 minutes late or more: you
                                        are marked absent. In accordance with
                                        college policy, students who are absent
                                        more than 7.0 classes fail the course.
                                        Students are responsible for attendance
                                        and for providing documentation of
                                        illness or other emergencies. Every
                                        class absence is a 2% deduction. Notes
                                        will not be accepted after seven days
                                        past the absence.
Communication English 1   Attendance: 15%
                          Participation: 15%
                          Mid-term / Presentation: 30%
                          TOEIC: 10%
                          Final Speaking Test: 30%

                          TOEIC Scores
                          Pre-Course (15%)TOEIC
                          PointsPercentages
                          70010%
                          6009%
                          5008%
                          4007%
                          3006%
                          Under 3005%
                          no score0%



Communication English 1   Attendance: 10%
                          Participation: 15%
                          Mid-term / Presentation: 35%
                          TOEIC: 20%
                          Final Speaking Test: 30%
Communication English 1   Attendance: 10%
                          Participation: 10%
                          Mid-term / Presentation: 30%
                          TOEIC: 10%
                          Homework 10%
                          Final Speaking Test: 30%

                          TOEIC Scores
                          Pre-Course (10%)           TOEIC
                          PointsPercentages
                          Post-Course (10%)
                          700           10%
                                               600
                          9%
                                               500
                          8%
                                               400
                          7%
                                               300
                          6%
                                               Under 300
                          5%
                                               no score
                          0%

Communication English     1. Attendance15%
                          2. Participation25%
                          3. TOEIC10%
                          4. Mid-Term Presentation20%
                          5. Final Examination30%
                                   100%
                          6. Extra Credit       0-5%
Communication English 1            Attendance: 10%
                                   Participation: 15%
                                   Mid-term / Presentation: 35%
                                   TOEIC: 20%
                                   Final Speaking Test: 30%




Communication English 1            Attendance 20%
                                   Participation 10%
Supplemental Material will be      TOEIC       10%
provided by instructor. Students   Quiz        10%
should check the online system     Midterm 20%
weekly for extra material.         Final       30%
Communication English 1   Attendance: 15%
                          Participation: 15%
                          Mid-term / Presentation: 30%
                          TOEIC: 10%
                          Final Speaking Test: 30%

                          TOEIC Scores
                          Pre-Course (15%)TOEIC
                          PointsPercentages
                          70010%
                          6009%
                          5008%
                          4007%
                          3006%
                          Under 3005%
                          no score0%



Communication English 1   Attendance: 10%
                          Participation: 10%
                          Mid-term / Presentation: 30%
                          TOEIC: 20%
                          Final Speaking Test: 30%

                          TOEIC Scores
                          Pre-Course (10%)           TOEIC
                          PointsPercentages
                          Post-Course (10%)
                          700           10%
                                               600
                          9%
                                               500
                          8%
                                               400
                          7%
                                               300
                          6%
                                               Under 300
                          5%
                                               no score
                          0%
Communication English 1 - KMU   Attendance 10%
                                Participation 15%
                                TOEIC 20%
                                Mid-term and Presentations 35%
                                Final speaking test 30%




Communication English           1. Attendance15%
                                2. Participation25%
                                3. TOEIC10%
                                4. Mid-Term Presentation20%
                                5. Final Examination30%
                                         100%
                                6. Extra Credit       0-5%




Communication English 1         Attendance: 15%
                                Participation: 15%
                                Mid-term / Presentation: 30%
                                TOEIC: 10%
                                Final Speaking Test: 30%

                                TOEIC Scores
                                Pre-Course (15%)TOEIC
                                PointsPercentages
                                70010%
                                6009%
                                5008%
                                4007%
                                3006%
                                Under 3005%
                                no score0%
Communication English 1            Attendance: 10%
                                   Participation: 15%
                                   Mid-term / Presentation: 35%
                                   TOEIC: 20%
                                   Final Speaking Test: 30%




Communication English 1            Attendance 20%
                                   Participation 10%
Supplemental Material will be      TOEIC       10%
provided by instructor. Students   Quiz        10%
should check the online system     Midterm 20%
weekly for extra material.         Final       30%




Communication English 1 - KMU      Attendance 10%
                                   Participation 15%
                                   TOEIC 20%
                                   Mid-term and Presentations 35%
                                   Final speaking test 30%
Communication English 1            Attendance 20%
                                   Participation 10%
Supplemental Material will be      TOEIC       10%
provided by instructor. Students   Quiz        10%
should check the online system     Midterm 20%
weekly for extra material.         Final       30%




Communication English 1            Attendance: 15%
                                   Participation: 15%
                                   Mid-term / Presentation: 30%
                                   TOEIC: 10%
                                   Final Speaking Test: 30%

                                   TOEIC Scores
                                   Pre-Course (15%)TOEIC
                                   PointsPercentages
                                   70010%
                                   6009%
                                   5008%
                                   4007%
                                   3006%
                                   Under 3005%
                                   no score0%



Communication English 1            Attendance: 10%
                                   Participation: 15%
                                   Mid-term / Presentation: 35%
                                   TOEIC: 20%
                                   Final Speaking Test: 30%
Communication English 1   Attendance: 15%
                          Participation: 15%
                          Mid-term / Presentation: 30%
                          TOEIC: 10%
                          Final Speaking Test: 30%

                          TOEIC Scores
                          Pre-Course (15%)TOEIC
                          PointsPercentages
                          70010%
                          6009%
                          5008%
                          4007%
                          3006%
                          Under 3005%
                          no score0%



Communication English 1   Attendance: 10%
                          Participation: 10%
                          Mid-term / Presentation: 30%
                          TOEIC: 10%
                          Homework 10%
                          Final Speaking Test: 30%

                          TOEIC Scores
                          Pre-Course (10%)           TOEIC
                          PointsPercentages
                          Post-Course (10%)
                          700           10%
                                               600
                          9%
                                               500
                          8%
                                               400
                          7%
                                               300
                          6%
                                               Under 300
                          5%
                                               no score
                          0%
Communication English 1 - KMU   Attendance 10%
                                Participation 15%
                                TOEIC 20%
                                Mid-term and Presentations 35%
                                Final speaking test 30%




Communication English           1. Attendance15%
                                2. Participation25%
                                3. TOEIC10%
                                4. Mid-Term Presentation20%
                                5. Final Examination30%
                                         100%
                                6. Extra Credit       0-5%




Communication English           1. Attendance15%
                                2. Participation25%
                                3. TOEIC10%
                                4. Mid-Term Presentation20%
                                5. Final Examination30%
                                         100%
                                6. Extra Credit       0-5%
Book name: Communication English    Attendance: 10%
2                                   Participation: 20%
Written by: KMU English Committee   Mid-term / Presentation: 30%
(Cengage Learning)                  TOEIC: 10%
Available at: Campus Bookstore      Final Speaking Test: 30%
                                    Mid-term Presentation 25%
                                    Final Exam 25%
Book name: Communication English    Attendance: 10%
2                                   Participation: 20%
Written by: KMU English Committee   Mid-term / Presentation: 30%
(Cengage Learning)                  TOEIC: 10%
Available at: Campus Bookstore      Final Speaking Test: 30%
                                    Mid-term Presentation 25%
                                    Final Exam 25%




Book name: Communication English    Attendance: 10%
2                                   Participation: 20%
Written by: KMU English Committee   Mid-term / Presentation: 30%
(Cengage Learning)                  TOEIC: 10%
Available at: Campus Bookstore      Final Speaking Test: 30%
                                    Mid-term Presentation 25%
                                    Final Exam 25%
Communication English 2         Attendance: 10%
                                Participation: 10%
                                Homework: 10%
                                TOEIC: 10%
                                Mid-term Presentation: 30%
                                Final Speaking Test: 30%




Communication English 2 and a   10% Attendance
supplemental booklet (제본)       30% Participation
                                20% Mid-term
                                10% Quiz (2 x 5%)
                                10% TOEIC Test
                                20% Final




Communication English 2 - KMU   Attendance 10%
                                Participation 15%
                                TOEIC 20%
                                Mid-term and Presentations 35%
                                Final speaking test 30%
Communication English 2   Attendance: 10%
                          Participation: 10%
                          Homework: 10%
                          TOEIC: 10%
                          Mid-term Presentation: 30%
                          Final Speaking Test: 30%




Communication English 2   Attendance: 10%
                          Participation: 15%
                          Mid-term / Presentation: 35%
                          TOEIC: 20%
                          Final Speaking Test: 30%




Communication English 2   Attendance: 10%
                          Participation: 10%
                          Homework: 10%
                          TOEIC: 10%
                          Mid-term Presentation: 30%
                          Final Speaking Test: 30%
Communication English 2 and a       10% Attendance
supplemental booklet (제본)           30% Participation
                                    20% Mid-term
                                    10% Quiz (2 x 5%)
                                    10% TOEIC Test
                                    20% Final




Communication English 2             Attendance: 10%
                                    Participation: 10%
                                    Homework: 10%
                                    TOEIC: 10%
                                    Mid-term Presentation: 30%
                                    Final Speaking Test: 30%




The text book for this course is    Attendance: 10%
COMMUNICATION ENGLISH               Participation: 15%
produced by KMU English Committee   Presentations: 35%
and Cenage Learning                 TOEIC: 10%
Level 2 book (Green Cover).         Speaking Tests: 30%

                                    TOEIC Scores
                                    Pre-Course (10%)TOEIC
                                    PointsPercentages
                                    Post-Course (10%)70010%
                                    6009%
                                    5008%
                                    4007%
                                    3006%
                                    Under 3005%
                                    no score0%
English Communication 2                  Attendance: 10%
                                         Participation: 15%
                                         Mid-term / Presentation: 35%
                                         TOEIC: 10%
                                         Final Speaking Test: 30%




The textbook for this semester is        Attendance: 10%
Communication 2 published by             Participation: 10%
Heinie for CENGAGE Learning.             Presentations: 25%
Students must purchase book and          Quiz: 5%
bring it to every class. Students will   Final Speaking Test: 30%
be tested on material studied in         TOEIC Score:10%
book.                                    Final Speaking Test: 30%
Communication English 2                  Attendance: 10%
                                         Participation: 10%
                                         Mid-term / Presentation: 30%
                                         TOEIC: 20%
                                         Final Speaking Test: 30%

                                         TOEIC Scores
                                         Pre-Course (10%)           TOEIC
                                         PointsPercentages
                                         Post-Course (10%)
                                         700           10%
                                                              600
                                         9%
                                                              500
                                         8%
                                                              400
                                         7%
                                                              300
                                         6%
                                                              Under 300
                                         5%
                                                              no score
                                         0%




The textbook for this semester is        Attendance: 10%
Communication 2 published by             Participation: 10%
Heinie for CENGAGE Learning.             Presentations: 25%
Students must purchase book and          Quiz: 5%
bring it to every class. Students will   Final Speaking Test: 30%
be tested on material studied in         TOEIC Score:10%
book.                                    Final Speaking Test: 30%
English Communication 2   Attendance: 10%
                          Participation: 15%
                          Mid-term / Presentation: 35%
                          TOEIC: 10%
                          Final Speaking Test: 30%




Communication English     1. Attendance15%
                          2. Participation25%
                          3. TOEIC10%
                          4. Mid-Term Presentation20%
                          5. Final Examination30%
                                   100%
                          6. Extra Credit       0-5%
Communication English 2             Attendance: 10%
                                    Participation: 10%
                                    Mid-term / Presentation: 30%
                                    TOEIC: 20%
                                    Final Speaking Test: 30%

                                    TOEIC Scores
                                    Pre-Course (10%)            TOEIC
                                    PointsPercentages
                                    Post-Course (10%)
                                    700           10%
                                                          600
                                    9%
                                                          500
                                    8%
                                                          400
                                    7%
                                                          300
                                    6%
                                                          Under 300
                                    5%
                                                          no score
                                    0%




The text book for this course is    Attendance: 10%
COMMUNICATION ENGLISH               Participation: 15%
produced by KMU English Committee   Presentations: 35%
and Cenage Learning                 TOEIC: 10%
Level 2 book (Green Cover).         Speaking Tests: 30%

                                    TOEIC Scores
                                    Pre-Course (10%)TOEIC
                                    PointsPercentages
                                    Post-Course (10%)70010%
                                    6009%
                                    5008%
                                    4007%
                                    3006%
                                    Under 3005%
                                    no score0%
Communication English 2                  Attendance: 10%
                                         Participation: 10%
                                         Mid-term / Presentation: 30%
                                         TOEIC: 20%
                                         Final Speaking Test: 30%

                                         TOEIC Scores
                                         Pre-Course (10%)           TOEIC
                                         PointsPercentages
                                         Post-Course (10%)
                                         700           10%
                                                              600
                                         9%
                                                              500
                                         8%
                                                              400
                                         7%
                                                              300
                                         6%
                                                              Under 300
                                         5%
                                                              no score
                                         0%

The textbook for this semester is        Attendance: 10%
Communication 2 published by             Participation: 10%
Heinie for CENGAGE Learning.             Presentations: 25%
Students must purchase book and          Quiz: 5%
bring it to every class. Students will   Final Speaking Test: 30%
be tested on material studied in         TOEIC Score:10%
book.                                    Final Speaking Test: 30%
English Communication 2   Attendance: 10%
                          Participation: 15%
                          Mid-term / Presentation: 35%
                          TOEIC: 10%
                          Final Speaking Test: 30%




Communication English 1   Attendance: 15%
                          Participation: 15%
                          Mid-term / Presentation: 30%
                          TOEIC: 10%
                          Final Speaking Test: 30%

                          TOEIC Scores
                          Pre-Course (15%)TOEIC
                          PointsPercentages
                          70010%
                          6009%
                          5008%
                          4007%
                          3006%
                          Under 3005%
                          no score0%



Communication English 2   Attendance: 10%
                          Participation: 15%
                          Mid-term / Presentation: 35%
                          TOEIC: 20%
                          Final Speaking Test: 30%
Communication English 2 - KMU   Attendance 10%
                                Participation 15%
                                TOEIC 20%
                                Mid-term and Presentations 35%
                                Final speaking test 30%




Communication English           1. Attendance15%
                                2. Participation25%
                                3. TOEIC10%
                                4. Mid-Term Presentation20%
                                5. Final Examination30%
                                         100%
                                6. Extra Credit       0-5%
Communication English 2             Attendance: 10%
                                    Participation: 10%
                                    Homework: 10%
                                    TOEIC: 10%
                                    Mid-term Presentation: 30%
                                    Final Speaking Test: 30%




Communication English 2 and a       10% Attendance
supplemental booklet (제본)           30% Participation
                                    20% Mid-term
                                    10% Quiz (2 x 5%)
                                    10% TOEIC Test
                                    20% Final




Book name: Communication English    Attendance: 10%
2                                   Participation: 20%
Written by: KMU English Committee   Mid-term / Presentation: 30%
(Cengage Learning)                  TOEIC: 10%
Available at: Campus Bookstore      Final Speaking Test: 30%
                                    Mid-term Presentation 25%
                                    Final Exam 25%
Book name: Communication English    Attendance: 10%
2                                   Participation: 20%
Written by: KMU English Committee   Mid-term / Presentation: 30%
(Cengage Learning)                  TOEIC: 10%
Available at: Campus Bookstore      Final Speaking Test: 30%
                                    Mid-term Presentation 25%
                                    Final Exam 25%




The text book for this course is    Attendance: 10%
COMMUNICATION ENGLISH               Participation: 15%
produced by KMU English Committee   Presentations: 35%
and Cenage Learning                 TOEIC: 10%
Level 2 book (Green Cover).         Speaking Tests: 30%

                                    TOEIC Scores
                                    Pre-Course (10%)TOEIC
                                    PointsPercentages
                                    Post-Course (10%)70010%
                                    6009%
                                    5008%
                                    4007%
                                    3006%
                                    Under 3005%
                                    no score0%
English Communication 2                  Attendance: 10%
                                         Participation: 15%
                                         Mid-term / Presentation: 35%
                                         TOEIC: 10%
                                         Final Speaking Test: 30%




The textbook for this semester is        Attendance: 10%
Communication 2 published by             Participation: 10%
Heinie for CENGAGE Learning.             Presentations: 25%
Students must purchase book and          Quiz: 5%
bring it to every class. Students will   Final Speaking Test: 30%
be tested on material studied in         TOEIC Score:10%
book.                                    Final Speaking Test: 30%
Communication English 2             Attendance: 10%
                                    Participation: 10%
                                    Mid-term / Presentation: 30%
                                    TOEIC: 20%
                                    Final Speaking Test: 30%

                                    TOEIC Scores
                                    Pre-Course (10%)            TOEIC
                                    PointsPercentages
                                    Post-Course (10%)
                                    700           10%
                                                          600
                                    9%
                                                          500
                                    8%
                                                          400
                                    7%
                                                          300
                                    6%
                                                          Under 300
                                    5%
                                                          no score
                                    0%




The text book for this course is    Attendance: 10%
COMMUNICATION ENGLISH               Participation: 15%
produced by KMU English Committee   Presentations: 35%
and Cenage Learning                 TOEIC: 10%
Level 2 book (Green Cover).         Speaking Tests: 30%

                                    TOEIC Scores
                                    Pre-Course (10%)TOEIC
                                    PointsPercentages
                                    Post-Course (10%)70010%
                                    6009%
                                    5008%
                                    4007%
                                    3006%
                                    Under 3005%
                                    no score0%
English Communication 2                  Attendance: 10%
                                         Participation: 15%
                                         Mid-term / Presentation: 35%
                                         TOEIC: 10%
                                         Final Speaking Test: 30%




The textbook for this semester is        Attendance: 10%
Communication 2 published by             Participation: 10%
Heinie for CENGAGE Learning.             Presentations: 25%
Students must purchase book and          Quiz: 5%
bring it to every class. Students will   Final Speaking Test: 30%
be tested on material studied in         TOEIC Score:10%
book.                                    Final Speaking Test: 30%




The text book for this course is         Attendance: 10%
COMMUNICATION ENGLISH                    Participation: 15%
produced by KMU English Committee        Presentations: 35%
and Cenage Learning                      TOEIC: 10%
Level 2 book (Green Cover).              Speaking Tests: 30%

                                         TOEIC Scores
                                         Pre-Course (10%)TOEIC
                                         PointsPercentages
                                         Post-Course (10%)70010%
                                         6009%
                                         5008%
                                         4007%
                                         3006%
                                         Under 3005%
                                         no score0%
English Communication 2                  Attendance: 10%
                                         Participation: 15%
                                         Mid-term / Presentation: 35%
                                         TOEIC: 10%
                                         Final Speaking Test: 30%




The textbook for this semester is        Attendance: 10%
Communication 2 published by             Participation: 10%
Heinie for CENGAGE Learning.             Presentations: 25%
Students must purchase book and          Quiz: 5%
bring it to every class. Students will   Final Speaking Test: 30%
be tested on material studied in         TOEIC Score:10%
book.                                    Final Speaking Test: 30%
Communication English 2         Attendance: 10%
                                Participation: 10%
                                Mid-term / Presentation: 30%
                                TOEIC: 20%
                                Final Speaking Test: 30%

                                TOEIC Scores
                                Pre-Course (10%)           TOEIC
                                PointsPercentages
                                Post-Course (10%)
                                700           10%
                                                     600
                                9%
                                                     500
                                8%
                                                     400
                                7%
                                                     300
                                6%
                                                     Under 300
                                5%
                                                     no score
                                0%




Communication English 2 - KMU   Attendance 10%
                                Participation 15%
                                TOEIC 20%
                                Mid-term and Presentations 35%
                                Final speaking test 30%
The text book for this course is    Attendance: 10%
COMMUNICATION ENGLISH               Participation: 15%
produced by KMU English Committee   Presentations: 35%
and Cenage Learning                 TOEIC: 10%
Level 2 book (Green Cover).         Speaking Tests: 30%

                                    TOEIC Scores
                                    Pre-Course (10%)TOEIC
                                    PointsPercentages
                                    Post-Course (10%)70010%
                                    6009%
                                    5008%
                                    4007%
                                    3006%
                                    Under 3005%
                                    no score0%


Communication English 2             Attendance: 10%
                                    Participation: 10%
                                    Homework: 10%
                                    TOEIC: 10%
                                    Mid-term Presentation: 30%
                                    Final Speaking Test: 30%




Book name: Communication English    Attendance: 10%
2                                   Participation: 20%
Written by: KMU English Committee   Mid-term / Presentation: 30%
(Cengage Learning)                  TOEIC: 10%
Available at: Campus Bookstore      Final Speaking Test: 30%
                                    Mid-term Presentation 25%
                                    Final Exam 25%
Communication English 2 and a      10% Attendance
supplemental materials             30% Participation
                                   20% Mid-term
                                   10% Quiz (2 x 5%)
                                   10% TOEIC Test
                                   20% Final




Communication English 2            Attendance 20%
                                   Participation 10%
Supplemental Material will be      TOEIC       10%
provided by instructor. Students   Quiz        10%
should check the online system     Midterm 20%
weekly for extra material.         Final       30%
Communication English 2 - KMU   Attendance: 10%
                                Participation: 10%
                                Mid-term/ Presentation: 30%
                                TOEIC: 20%
                                Final Speaking Test: 30%




Communication English 2 and a   10% Attendance
supplemental booklet (제본)       30% Participation
                                20% Mid-term
                                10% Quiz (2 x 5%)
                                10% TOEIC Test
                                20% Final




Communication English 2 - KMU   Attendance: 10%
                                Participation: 10%
                                Mid-term/ Presentation: 30%
                                TOEIC: 20%
                                Final Speaking Test: 30%
The text book for this class is   Attendance 10% / Participation 15% /
Communication English (KMU        Toeic 10% / Midterm 30% / Final Exam
English Committee)                35%




Communication English 2           Attendance: 10%
                                  Participation: 10%
                                  Mid-term / Presentation: 30%
                                  TOEIC: 10%
                                  Homework 10%
                                  Final Speaking Test: 30%




Communication English 2           Attendance 20%
                                  Participation 10%
Supplementary material will be    TOEIC       10%
provided by instructor.           Quiz        10%
                                  Midterm 20%
                                  Final       30%
Communication English 2 - KMU     Attendance: 10%
                                  Participation: 10%
                                  Mid-term/ Presentation: 30%
                                  TOEIC: 20%
                                  Final Speaking Test: 30%




The text book for this class is   Attendance 10% / Participation 15% /
Communication English (KMU        Toeic 10% / Midterm 30% / Final Exam
English Committee)                35%




Communication English 2 - KMU     Attendance: 10%
                                  Participation: 10%
                                  Mid-term/ Presentation: 30%
                                  TOEIC: 20%
                                  Final Speaking Test: 30%
The text book for this class is   Attendance 10% / Participation 15% /
Communication English (KMU        Toeic 10% / Midterm 30% / Final Exam
English Committee)                35%




Communication English 2           Attendance: 10%
                                  Participation: 10%
                                  Mid-term / Presentation: 30%
                                  TOEIC: 10%
                                  Homework 10%
                                  Final Speaking Test: 30%




The text book for this class is   Attendance 10% / Participation 15% /
Communication English (KMU        Toeic 10% / Midterm 30% / Final Exam
English Committee)                35%
Communication English 2          Attendance 20%
                                 Participation 10%
Supplementary Material will be   TOEIC       10%
provided by instructor.          Quiz        10%
                                 Midterm 20%
                                 Final       30%




Communication English 2          Attendance: 10%
                                 Participation: 10%
                                 Mid-term / Presentation: 30%
                                 TOEIC: 10%
                                 Homework 10%
                                 Final Speaking Test: 30%




Communication English 2 - KMU    Attendance: 10%
                                 Participation: 10%
                                 Mid-term/ Presentation: 30%
                                 TOEIC: 20%
                                 Final Speaking Test: 30%
The text book for this class is   Attendance 10% / Participation 15% /
Communication English (KMU        Toeic 10% / Midterm 30% / Final Exam
English Committee)                35%




Communication English 2 - KMU     Attendance: 10%
                                  Participation: 10%
                                  Mid-term/ Presentation: 30%
                                  TOEIC: 20%
                                  Final Speaking Test: 30%




The text book for this class is   Attendance 10% / Participation 15% /
Communication English (KMU        Toeic 10% / Midterm 30% / Final Exam
English Committee)                35%
Communication English 2 and a         10% Attendance
supplemental booklet (제본)             30% Participation
                                      20% Mid-term
                                      10% Quiz (2 x 5%)
                                      10% TOEIC Test
                                      20% Final




Communication English 2               Attendance: 10%
                                      Participation: 10%
                                      Mid-term / Presentation: 30%
                                      TOEIC: 10%
                                      Homework 10%
                                      Final Speaking Test: 30%




1.Interchange 3, Jack C. Richards     Evaluation will be a mix of
(Cambridge University Press, Third
Edition)                              a.Attendance and
2.Pronunciation activities (handout   assignments20%
package)                              b.In-class presentations 40%
                                      c.Mid-term exam (pair
                                      interview)15%
                                      d.Web project10%
                                      e.Final exam (video
                                      project)15%

                                      WARNING: Five minutes late: 1/3
                                      absence. Ten minutes late: 2/3
                                      absence. 15 minutes late or more: you
                                      are marked absent. In accordance with
                                      Keimyung Adams policy, students who
                                      are absent more than 7.0 class hours
                                      fail the course. Students are
                                      responsible for their attendance and for
                                      providing documentation of sickness or
                                      other emergencies. Every hour absence
                                      is a 2% deduction. Notes will not be
                                      accepted after seven days past the
                                      absence.
Requiments                                   Practical_app




Students should not absent themselves        This course will provide students with a
from class without good reason.              clear grasp of the history of Korea which is
They should take an active part in class     essential for understanding contemporary
discussion activities.                       developments in Korea and North East
They should prepare for the two exams by     Asia.
revising the content of the weekly review
sheets thoroughly.
They should ensure that written
assignments are completed on time.

Students should not absent themselves        This course aims to provide students with a
from class without good reason.              basic understanding of Korean culture that
They should take an active part in class     will compliment their language learning and
discussion activities.                       enable them to make the most of their time
They should prepare for the two exams by     spent in Korea.
revising the content of the review sheets
thoroughly.
They should ensure that term papers are
completed on time and conform to basic
academic standards in terms of
documentation.




This is an English-mediated course, and
native Korean students should consult with
the instructor before registering for this
course.
None




1) If the student misses more than 1/3
classes, he or she will get an "F" with no
exception.
2) If the student misses any of the classes
without any proper excuses, they will have
a losing point or points.
3) All the reports should be submitted on
the given due date. Otherwise, the student
will have a losing point or points.




1) If the student misses more than 1/3
classes, he or she will get an "F" with no
exception.
2) If the student misses any of the classes
without any proper excuses, they will have
a losing point or points.
3) All the reports should be submitted on
the given due date. Otherwise, the student
will have a losing point or points.
see class guidelines above for details. In       This course is very helpful for those who
addition, students are required to:              will need to use a computer in their
+ pay attention & follow along with              academic career - that is, everyone. You'll
handouts & lectures to successfully              learn tips & keyboard shortcuts, as well as
complete assigned materials & tasks              more intricate actions (such as creating a
+ keep themselves up-to-date by visiting         table of contents; useful for your graduation
the course website frequently                    thesis!). You will learn how to use Excel for
(http://ghall.me)                                simple and complex calculations and
+ assist other students as needed (but           programming functions, as well as learn
never overstep and lead themselves into          about design and the proper way to find &
plagiarism)                                      credit appropriately licensed materials. In
+ be mindful of deadlines and the                short, you will be given a headstart on
requirements for obtaining an extension          becoming a more competent,
(should one be needed); that is, if extra        communicatively successful, and
time is needed to complete a task,               professional person.
permission MUST be obtained BEFORE
the deadline day. Otherwise, late penalties
are assessed
+ check email frequently for notifications,
tips, or other pertinent class information (to
be sent by instructor)
+ save files often! loss of one's file is not
an excuse for submitting late work.

Your grade will be determined based on           A good understanding of economics is
the points you earn on the evaluation            essential for many areas of business and
criteria. There will be no make-up exams         other disciplines. An understanding of the
or quizzes given except for university           relationships between economics,
approved reasons. If you are excused from        business and other disciplines is also
an exam or quiz for a university approved        helpful and essential for many areas of
reason your score will be determined by          further study.
reweighting the exams taken, however you
must take the final exam. Any grade
disputes must be resolved within one week
after assignments are returned. You may
hand in problem sets late for one half
credit. In accordance with university policy
you must attend at least 2/3 rd’s of the
regularly scheduled classes to receive a
passing grade. Arriving late, or leaving
early will count as 1/3 of an absence.
Students must satisfy KAC attendance       Students who successfully complete this
requirements, make one presentation        course will attain an understanding not only
during the semester and sit for both the   of law, but also of world history, geography,
mid-term and final exam.                   religion and culture; important knowledge
                                           for any student engaged in international
                                           studies. Finally, by utilizing Socratic
                                           methodology during the presentation of
                                           course materials, students will develop and
                                           improve their analytic and public speaking
                                           skills.




1)도복                                       1.호신술
2)필기도구                                     2.낙법 및 메치기 기술
                                           3.폭력 대치법




Non-KAC students must receive
permission from the instructor.
Prerequisite is basic mathematical English. differentiation and integration skills,
                                            applications




Every student in the class are expeced to    After completing this particular course
participate actively in the classroom        student's understanding the issues
discussions and presentations.               surrounding Korean workplace, human
Student should be aware that plagiarism is   resource management and industrial
an academic misconduct.                      relations: the past, the present and the
                                             possible future.
No previous knowledge required.




- basic knowledge on economics        - This course is aimed at better
- basic knowldege on Korean history   understanding of contemporary Korean
- fluent english                      society.
Please read designated materials posted
on the cyber lecture site for this course
before coming to the class.




1. Basic understanding on international     To have an analyzing tool about
relations                                   international situations
2. Interests in situation in the region
(명심) 단순한 교양과목이 아닌 영어로 강의
진행되므로 한국학생은 사전 수강 허락을
받아야 합니다.
This will be a highly engaging and
interactive class where students will have
an ample opportunity to learn about
human resource management through
discussions, debates, and case analysis.
Therefore, I expect students to read all
reading materials prior to each class in
order to meaningfully participate in class
discussions and debates. This course
builds upon students’ prior knowledge and
understanding of general management.
Hence, students are required to take
principles of management before taking
this course.
Each team will submit the final report   The course will provide broader practical
(about 15~20 pages) on a Consumption in knowledge on how to plan, implement and
a Cultural Context. No more than four    control marketing activities.
students are in a group work together to
complete the final assignment.




Prerequisite: Principles of Marketing,            This course aims to enable student to:
Principles of International Business              1.Formulate effective marketing plans in
Individual Assignment - Hot Topic Paper           support of corporate and business unit
and Presentation                                  level strategies.
The best way to learn any subject is to           2.Evaluate and interpret complex cases
teach that subject to others. Please pick a       depicting real life business situations.
marketing topic or any current issues in          3.Research and discuss a marketing
the market that especially interests you,         management topic of personal interest to
conduct some background research on it,           you.
and share your findings with the class. You       4.Demonstrate effective teamwork skills
will first present the topic to the class using   in the context of group project and
Power Point (max.10) and submit a 3~5             management skills, both written and oral,
pages paper.                                      by presenting and defending analyses of
Final Report                                      marketing situations.
For the final report, each team will submit
a Marketing Plan (about 15~20 pages) for
a new product/service or an existing
product / service that can be marketing in
a significantly new way based on current
issues in market places either domestic or
international market. Be sure to obtain
your instructor’s approval of your
product/service before beginning this
project.
This will be a highly engaging and             Building upon their prior knowledge in
interactive class where students will have     management students will be able to
an ample opportunity to learn about            develop and write a business plan, and
human resource management through              understand the essential requirements for
discussions, debates, and case analysis.       successful implentation of the plan.
Therefore, I expect students to read all
reading materials prior to each class in
order to meaningfully participate in class
discussions and debates. This course
builds upon students’ prior knowledge and
understanding of general management.
Hence, students are required to take
principles of management before taking
this course.




Each team will submit the final report         We will learn how to integrated marketing
(about 15 pages) on a specific type of         communications programs planned,
communications analysis on company,            developed and executed in the real market
which you will make as a marketing             places .
manager. The details will follow by the
professor during the lecture hour. No more
than four students are in a group work
together to complete the final assignment.
Two announced short quizzes on the
assigned reading material (including
chapters from the textbook, articles and /or
cases) in order to keep up on your reading
assignments. A quiz will be given out at
the beginning of class and if a student
misses the quiz, he/she will receive 0
points.
None                              At the end of the course the student will be
                                  able to:
                                  1. Be familiar with the knowledge of Korean
                                  business and economy
                                  2. Be familiar with the model of global
                                  competitiveness and the Korean
                                  development
                                  3. Be familiar with Korean management
                                  system
                                  4. Demonstrate developed research,
                                  analytical, and writing skills through formal
                                  case studies
                                  5. Demonstrate proficiency in making oral
                                  presentations



- comparative politics required
It is important that students make every
attempt to read and understand the
textbook. However, the professor will use
audio-video supplements when it is
warranted for the subject matter.

95% -100% = A+
90 ? 94% = A
85 ? 89% =B+
80 ? 84 =B
75 -79% = C+
70- 74% = C
65 ? 69% =D+
60 ? 64% =D
Below 60 = F




Students are expected to actively
participate in discussion.




Attendance and enthusiasm for class           All students who successfully complete this
activities are key for success in this class. course will gain invaluable negotiation and
                                              conflict resolution tools that they will use in
                                              every aspect of their personal and
                                              professional lives.
It is important that students make every    Without an understanding of Southeast
attempt to read and understand the          Asia, a student's perspective is incomplete.
textbook. However, the professor will use   This course seeks to complete the student
audio-video supplements when it is          of IR, IB, or other fields.
warranted for the subject matter.
95% -100% = A+
90 ? 94% = A
85 ? 89% =B+
80 ? 84 =B
75 -79% = C+
70- 74% = C
65 ? 69% =D+
60 ? 64% =D
Below 60 = F
Students must satisfy KAC attendance       This class will provide students with an
requirements, make one (or two             understanding of human rights on a
depending on class size) presentation(s)   domestic and international level.
during the semester and sit for both the
mid-term and final exam.




.Net CLR and C# Programming with Visual Upon completion of this course students
Studio                                  will be able to develop relatively
                                        sophisticated programs for the Microsoft
                                        environment.




General knowlege of IT industry.           Help students plan their careers,
                                           possibilities for entrepreneurship
Some working knowledge of the English        Students interested in American History
language.                                    and American studies (regional studies) will
                                             benefit form this course because it
                                             explores major American literary writings
                                             and their authors in historical and cultural
                                             contexts.




As this class will be held entirely in the   This course will help students gain a
English language, students are expected      broader understanding of American culture
to be able to communicate in English         through literature.
effectively. Experience in English
composition is necessary, as we will write
essays about literary works.
As this class will be held entirely in the    This course will help students write more
English language, students are expected       confidently in many different contexts.
to be able to communicate in English
effectively. Experience in English
composition is necessary, as we will write
essays about literary works.




There will be several written exercises in    This course will help students write
different forms and lengths throughout the    creatively. Through its emphasis on
semester, which are supposed to help you      aspects of language and grammar, their
become more confident in your writing, as     overall proficiency in English will improve.
well as providing me with an opportunity to
give you feedback.
.
The midterm and final exams will consist
of short and long answer questions that
will test theoretical knowledge of the
material covered in class.

At the end of the semester, you are
expected to submit a portfolio of the work
you have produced.
Students will be required to complete:     Students will learn to identify their
1. Assignments (Personal Reflection        weaknesses to improve their
Journal, Conversation Journal, Vocabulary conversational ability. Students will also
Log, Binder Checks)                        learn good conversation skills to enable
2. Teacher Interviews                      them to function more effectively in an
3. “Voice” Assessment
                     environment where English is spoken.
4. “Style” Assessment

5. “Expression” Assessment (Mid-term
Exam)
6. “Interactions” Assessment (Final Exam)

Students should have a good command of          Students taking this course will be able to
spoken English and should feel confident        use the knowledge and confidence they
expressing themselves in English.               gain to function in a wide variety of
Students should also be willing to              conversational settings. They will gain an
participate actively in class and to interact   increased understanding of the
with both each other and the instructor. As     requirements of their interlocutor and of
this is a conversation course, students'        cultural conventions, and will develop the
contributions in class will have a key          ability and the confidence to handle
bearing on their final grade. As such,          themselves appropriately in both one-on-
consistent and substantial effort will be       one and group exchanges with both native
required throughout the course.                 and non-native speakers of English.
In order to receive a passing grade in this    This course will provide students with
course you must:                               valuable preparation for the spoken
                                               components of the TOEIC, TOEFL, and
Attend classes regularly and actively          IELTS tests. In addition, students will be
participate in class discussions. Lateness able to utilize the conversation skills
and absences will be                           learned in this class in a variety of real-life
subject to appropriate penalties (to be        situations. These include having informal
outlined in the opening class).                conversations with native speakers, taking
                                               interviews in English, and using functional
                   Satisfactorily complete all English when working, studying or traveling
class work and assignments (role-play,         in an English-speaking country.
presentation, quizzes, and interview) on
time. Late work will be subject to an
appropriate point deduction.

                  Attend a minimum of at
least 2/3 of prescribed classes. Those
who miss further classes without providing
a                    doctor’s note (not a
prescription) or a valid reason will get an F
grade.




Basic proficiency in English                    Expressing and debating ideas in an
conversation.                                   academic environment through English.
Speaking 1 advised.
Students will be required to complete:     Students will learn to identify their
1. Assignments (Personal Reflection        weaknesses to improve their
Journal, Conversation Journal, Vocabulary conversational ability. Students will also
Log, Binder Checks)                        learn good conversation skills to enable
2. Teacher Interviews                      them to function more effectively in an
3. “Voice” Assessment
                     environment where English is spoken.
4. “Style” Assessment

5. “Expression” Assessment (Mid-term
Exam)
6. “Interactions” Assessment (Final Exam)

Students should have a good command of          Students taking this course will be able to
spoken English and should feel confident        use the knowledge and confidence they
expressing themselves in English.               gain to function in a wide variety of
Students should also be willing to              conversational settings. They will gain an
participate actively in class and to interact   increased understanding of the
with both each other and the instructor. As     requirements of their interlocutor and of
this is a conversation course, students'        cultural conventions, and will develop the
contributions in class will have a key          ability and the confidence to handle
bearing on their final grade. As such,          themselves appropriately in both one-on-
consistent and substantial effort will be       one and group exchanges with both native
required throughout the course.                 and non-native speakers of English.
This class will be taught at the "upper-      Students will gain instruction and
intermediate" skill level. Students in this   experience in realistic conversation
course should already feel reasonably         situations, especially with foreigners and
comfortable and competent in the              use of idioms and phrasal verbs, and in
fundamentals of English conversation,         improving overall presentation skills.
including vocabulary and participation.
In order to receive a passing grade in this    This course will provide students with
course you must:                               valuable preparation for the spoken
                                               components of the TOEIC, TOEFL, and
Attend classes regularly and actively          IELTS tests. In addition, students will be
participate in class discussions. Lateness able to utilize the conversation skills
and absences will be                           learned in this class in a variety of real-life
subject to appropriate penalties (to be        situations. These include having informal
outlined in the opening class).                conversations with native speakers, taking
                                               interviews in English, and using functional
                   Satisfactorily complete all English when working, studying or traveling
class work and assignments (role-play,         in an English-speaking country.
presentation, quizzes, and interview) on
time. Late work will be subject to an
appropriate point deduction.

                  Attend a minimum of at
least 2/3 of prescribed classes. Those
who miss further classes without providing
a                    doctor’s note (not a
prescription) or a valid reason will get an F
grade.




Basic proficiency in English                    Expressing and debating ideas in an
conversation.                                   academic environment through English.
Speaking 1 advised.
This class will be taught at the "upper-      Students will gain instruction and
intermediate" skill level. Students in this   experience in realistic conversation
course should already feel reasonably         situations, especially with foreigners and
comfortable and competent in the              use of idioms and phrasal verbs, and in
fundamentals of English conversation,         improving overall presentation skills.
including vocabulary and participation.




Must know what a paragraph is.                Expertise in the academic essay.

Taking Writing 1 before this course is
STRONGLY ADVISED.
In order to receive a passing grade in this    This course will provide students with
course you must:                               valuable preparation for the written
                                               components of the TOEIC, TOEFL and
Satisfactorily complete all class work and     IELTS tests. In addition, students will learn
assignments on time. Appropriate               more practical forms of written English -
penalties will apply to all work submitted     including e-mails, business letters and
late.                                          reviews - which will assist them in applying
                                               for jobs, conducting business
Attend a minimum of at least 2/3 of            correspondence, expressing opinions, and
prescribed classes. Those who miss             making travel arrangements.
further classes without providing a doctor’s
note (not a prescription) or a valid reason
will get an F grade.
Students should already be familiar with     Students will be able to apply their learning
the basics of English academic writing.      to the writing of effective academic essays
They should feel relatively comfortable in   that are well organized and adequately
expressing themselves in paragraph-level     developed. The styles of essays that will be
written English. Students who have never     taught are also the type of essays that
taken a course in written English should     frequently occur on TOEFL writing tests.
NOT register for this course.                Students will also feel comfortable using a
                                             variety of organizational patterns, which will
                                             allow them to express themselves more
                                             effectively in written English. They will also
                                             be more proficient in the detection and
                                             correction or errors and will come to
                                             understand the importance of collaboration
                                             for the effective production of text.
Students will be required to complete:   Students will learn the process of writing
1. Assignments (in-class assignments,    English paragraphs & essays and will learn
homework, quizzes, and binder checks)    skills that can applied to future writing
2. Paragraphs & Essays                   tasks.
3. Writing portfolio
4. Mid-term & Final Exams
This class will be taught at the                Students will gain instruction and
"intermediate/high-intermediate" skill level.   experience in several forms of written
Students in this course should already feel     discourse in English, including personal
reasonably comfortable and competent in         expression, academic and business forms,
paragraph composition in English, and           and TOEFL-style examinations.
prepared to advance to essay
composition. Students should have
adequate listening and conversation skills
in English. Failure to understand oral
and/or written instructions is not an
acceptable excuse!
In order to receive a passing grade in this    This course will provide students with
course you must:                               valuable preparation for the written
                                               components of the TOEIC, TOEFL and
Satisfactorily complete all class work and     IELTS tests. In addition, students will learn
assignments on time. Appropriate               more practical forms of written English -
penalties will apply to all work submitted     including e-mails, business letters and
late.                                          reviews - which will assist them in applying
                                               for jobs, conducting business
Attend a minimum of at least 2/3 of            correspondence, expressing opinions, and
prescribed classes. Those who miss             making travel arrangements.
further classes without providing a doctor’s
note (not a prescription) or a valid reason
will get an F grade.




Must know what a paragraph is.                 Expertise in the academic essay.

Taking Writing 1 before this course is
STRONGLY ADVISED.
Students should already be familiar with     Students will be able to apply their learning
the basics of English academic writing.      to the writing of effective academic essays
They should feel relatively comfortable in   that are well organized and adequately
expressing themselves in paragraph-level     developed. The styles of essays that will be
written English. Students who have never     taught are also the type of essays that
taken a course in written English should     frequently occur on TOEFL writing tests.
NOT register for this course.                Students will also feel comfortable using a
                                             variety of organizational patterns, which will
                                             allow them to express themselves more
                                             effectively in written English. They will also
                                             be more proficient in the detection and
                                             correction or errors and will come to
                                             understand the importance of collaboration
                                             for the effective production of text.
Students will be required to complete:   Students will learn the process of writing
1. Assignments (in-class assignments,    English paragraphs & essays and will learn
homework, quizzes, and binder checks)    skills that can applied to future writing
2. Paragraphs & Essays                   tasks.
3. Writing portfolio
4. Mid-term & Final Exams
This class will be taught at the                Students will gain instruction and
"intermediate/high-intermediate" skill level.   experience in several forms of written
Students in this course should already feel     discourse in English, including personal
reasonably comfortable and competent in         expression, academic and business forms,
paragraph composition in English, and           and TOEFL-style examinations.
prepared to advance to essay
composition. Students should have
adequate listening and conversation skills
in English. Failure to understand oral
and/or written instructions is not an
acceptable excuse!
Basic knowledge of German language.        Students will get to know German
                                           Grammar and knowledge of German
                                           Prosody and Pronounciation by working
                                           with short texts in a playful way.




1. Staying focused during the semester.    Mastering the language of Russian
2. Active check-ups on the due dates for   journalism for its practical application.
homework and others.                       Greater impact on practice that will often
3. Active participation in class.          involve active interaction among students.
4. Attendance




1. Staying focused during the semester.    Mastering the norms of both formal and
2. Active check-ups on the due dates for   informal Russian in its practical application.
homework and others.                       Greater impact on practice that will often
3. Active participation in class.          involve learning by heart.
4. Attendance
1. Staying focused during the semester.     Getting familiar with the Russian language
2. Active check-ups on the due dates for    and its grammatical system.
homework and others.
3. Active participation in class.
4. Attendance




The ability to read and listen in English   Will help strengthen English language
                                            skills: reading, listening, speaking




Reading and listening ablity in English     Will increase English vocabulary and
                                            listening skills.
Students should be prepared for the        The practical use of this course will be to
following                                  enable Korean students to effectively share
                                           their knowledge and enthusiasm for
1. take an active part in group            Korean culture with English speakers (this
discussions                                group includes Americans, British,
2. write short compositions (approx. 1     Australians, Canadians, New Zealanders
page) on topics related to Korean culture and those nations that use English as a
3. make presentations (with powerpoint) to second language such as India, Philppines,
the whole class                            Pakistan, Norway, Sweden, Finland,
                                           Germany, Russia and so on). In an age of
                                           globalization a good command of English is
                                           now essential for Korean studies
                                           specialists who want to be active both in an
                                           internationalized Korea and in the wider
                                           world.




                                           Students will be able to better understand
                                           academic writing and express their ideas
                                           about education studies in English.
Students are expected to:

Introduce yourself to the class during the
first week by posting a self introduction in
the discussion forum.

First week of class, create a name tag with
your name on it and bring it to EVERY
class.

Ensure that your computer is has Microsoft
Office- Word program.

Review and follow the course calendar.
Course schedule may change and will be
announced on the Website in advance so
please be sure to log on to the web system
periodically for course updates.

Submit assignments by the corresponding
deadline.

There are NO CELL PHONES in the
classroom. There will be 0 zero tolerance
for cell phone usage.

Students are expected to:

Introduce yourself to the class during the
first week by posting a self introduction in
the discussion forum.

First week of class, create a name tag with
your name on it and bring it to EVERY
class.

Ensure that your computer is has Microsoft
Office- Word program.

Review and follow the course calendar.
Course schedule may change and will be
announced on the Website in advance so
please be sure to log on to the web system
periodically for course updates.

Submit assignments by the corresponding
deadline.

There are NO CELL PHONES in the
classroom. There will be 0 zero tolerance
for cell phone usage.
This is an English medium class and all       Practical applications of this course
students should have the ability to           include:
understand basic lectures in English and
write accurate sentences in English.          Writing for academic purposes
                                              Writing cover letters and application
                                              Writing for studying abroad
                                              Writing proposals and other business
                                              applications




This course will involve reading a number This course will prepare students for
of authentic texts in English and listening reading any text in English and reading
to lectures in English. Any students        academic texts in particular.
enrolled in this class should be able to
accomlpish both of these things at at least
a very basic level.




This class will be delivered in English and   This class will help students gain the
all students should have the ability to       theoretical knowledge of teaching methods
understand lectures in English and to write   that is needed to pass the teacher
lesson plans in English. Many class           certification exam, gain experience creating
discussions will also be done in English      lesson plans for classes, and practice
and all students should be prepared to        teaching.
participate in these discussions.




none. However, in order that recieve an A     It is increasingly important in this modern
or an A+ in this class, you must be a         world to not just know English but to be
Freshman. Sophomores, Juniors and             able to speak it. In this class, we will focus
Seniors will not be eligible for an A or an   on your speaking.
A+.
This course was developed for basic            Students seeking to develop their ability to
speakers of English and students majoring      effectively communication via spoken
in American Studies. Materials presented       English will find this course helpful. Focus
for practice conversation are selected so      is on the development of skills needed to
as to compliment learning about American       produce clear and coherent spoken
culture and society. Instruction is entirely   English of the type commonly encountered
in English.                                    in day-to-day exchanges with native
                                               English speakers. The various listening
                                               and speaking skills developed in this
                                               course will enable students to progress to
                                               more sophisticated levels of speaking with
                                               additional training and guidance.




1) Attendance with preparation and active
participation in all classes.
2) Successful completion of all
assignments by the due dates
The students should have the textbook         While this class is limited in scope, the
and bring it to every class. This class       skills learned have nearly limitless uses:
focuses on activities and lectures based      Writing has been and continues to be the
on the text book. Students should also        primary way that humans pass along
always bring paper and a writing              knowledge. Speech is immediate but
instrument. Students should also be ready     fleeting: some writing becomes eternal.
to participate: if you sit quietly through    Humanity has been able to record
every class, your grade will be poor.         speechimmediate but fleeting: some writing
                                              becomes eternal. Humanity has been able
                                              to record speech for only about 100 years;
                                              its earliest writings have been dated to over
                                              5,000 years ago. Currently, e-mail and
                                              cellphone messages are used for business
                                              and for love. Tweets and blog posts make
                                              and break careers. No one knows what
                                              medium will come next, but we can be sure
                                              that writing will be used.




none. However, in order that recieve an A     Writing English is a very important skill in
or an A+ in this class, you must be a         this ever shrinking world. The better
Freshman. Sophomores, Juniors and             prepared you are, the beter off you will be.
Seniors will not be eligible for an A or an
A+.
This course was developed with freshman       Students seeking to develop their ability to
majoring in American Studies in mind.         effectively communicate via written English
Any student with basic English writing        will find this course useful. Emphasis is on
skills will find the course a valuable        the development of the skills needed to
experience. Instruction is in English.        produce short, clear, and simple written
                                              English reports of the type commonly
                                              encountered in business exchanges via e-
                                              mail or letters. The foundational skills
                                              developed in this course will enable
                                              students to progress into more
                                              sophisticated levels of writing (academic or
                                              legal) with additional training and practice.
This course was developed for basic            Students seeking to develop their ability to
speakers of English and students majoring      effectively communication via spoken
in American Studies. Materials presented       English will find this course helpful. Focus
for practice conversation are selected so      is on the development of skills needed to
as to compliment learning about American       produce clear and coherent spoken
culture and society. Instruction is entirely   English of the type commonly encountered
in English.                                    in day-to-day exchanges with native
                                               English speakers. The various listening
                                               and speaking skills developed in this
                                               course will enable students to progress to
                                               more sophisticated levels of speaking with
                                               additional training and guidance.




Students are required to be punctual and       This course will help you start a
willing to participate in class. You are       conversation, continue a conversation and
required to do some homework. There will       end a conversation in English. It will
be a Mid -Term and Final Examination.          improve your confidence with English.




Students are required to be punctual and       This course will help you start a
willing to participate in class. You are       conversation, continue a conversation and
required to do some homework. There will       end a conversation in English. It will
be a Mid -Term and Final Examination.          improve your confidence with English.




Students are required to do one                This class is to help students communicate
Homework assignment per week (approx.          their ideas through the English Language.
10-15 mins work). This will be primarily       Students will improve their pronunciation,
reading, finding and understanding new         listening, vocabulary and speaking.
vocabulary, pre-preparing class questions
and keeping their notebook in good order.
Students should also have a recording
device in class if they can.
Students are required to do one                    This class is to help students communicate
Homework assignment per week (approx.              their ideas through the English Language.
10-15 mins work). This will be primarily           Students will improve their pronunciation,
reading, finding and understanding new             listening, vocabulary and speaking.
vocabulary, pre-preparing class questions
and keeping their notebook in good order.
Students should also have a recording
device in class if they can.




In the first week, the fundamental course          This particular course deals theoretical
logistics will be provided. This will facilitate   components of international trade models.
your understanding of the course.                  Nevertheless, this course will help student
It is recommended but not compulsory that          form systemic and analytical view on global
students should take related lectures such         trading environments.
as international economics.

Lecture notes will be posted up on the
bulletin board of the course(게시판)each
week.
Students are advised to read it through in
advance.
이 과목의 수학을 위해 학생들은 컴퓨터에                         본 과목의 강의 및 실습과 프로젝트는
대한 기본적인 지식과 윈도우 사용을                            학생들이 일상 생활과 향후 직장
숙지하고 있으야 함.                                    생활에서도 충분히 사용될 것임
엑셀에 대한 지식은 강의 수강을 위해                           특히, 이 과목 수업을 통해 습득하게 될
도움이 되는 것은 사실이나 필수는 아님.                         엑셀에 대한 기초적인 지식과 통계를
                                               분석하게 됨은 학생들의 실용성 증대에
                                               높은 기여를 할 것으로 기대됨




(1) Basic Calculus and Linear Algebra          This class is useful for achieveing various
required.                                      certificates regarding economics and
(2) Two exams that consist of multiple         finance. Also, students who are interested
choices, problem-solving with graphs and       in studying abroad need to take this class
calculus approaches, and short writing         as an prerequisite.
(3) Writing assignments and a
presentation: a paper regarding "Financial
Cycle" and presentation




There is no prerequisite for enrollment in     During the course, students will be trained
this class.                                    for practical application of contract law
But it is preferred that students have taken   principles in specific business situations,
at least one English-mediated course, as       through various problem solving activities
the class instruction will be set at           and also actually writing the sales of
intermediate level                             goods contracts and/or conducting the
                                               Mock Trial for the breach of contracts
                                               which would be extremely helpful for future
                                               business men/women
There is no prerequisite for enrollment in
this class.
It is assumed that the students enrolled in
this course have never taken any English-
mediated course, and as such class
instruction will be set at the beginners'
level.




There is no prerequisite for enrollment in
this class.
It is assumed that the students enrolled in
this course have never taken any English-
mediated course, and as such class
instruction will be set at the beginners'
level.




Students are expected to attend all
classes. Attendance is based on the
entire period. Tardiness and partial
attendance (for example being present
only before or after break) is considered
an absence and will affect your final grade.
Legitimate reasons for being absent are
(1) illness - note from doctor required; (2)
death in family - copy of death notice; (3)
official activities of the university - bring
official notice from dean; (4) marriage
At the beginning of the semester, students Apply skills and knowledge to successfully
will be required to form a team.           manage an organization.
Each team will present a topic chosen by
each team.
Active participation during the class will
boost up your grade.
At the beginning of the semester, students Apply skills and knowledge to successfully
will be required to form a team. Each team manage an organization.
will present a topic chosen by each team.
Active participation during the class will
boost up your grade.




All students are recommended to have        This course would be a guide line for the
taken "introduction to management"          students to understand and practically
course and                                  prepare for the marketing strategy
"introduction to marketing" course for      formulation and environmental assessment
students' efficient study of this course.   when they are on the job after their
                                            graduation.
(1) Understanding the principle of     (1) Enhancing the ability and mind of
management                             effective HRM
(2) Reading chapters and PPTs          (2) Bilding basic knowledge and skills to
corresponding the weekly schedule in   take advance cources
advance                                (3) Increasing the competitiveness of job
(3) Participating actively class       search
discussions
(4) Prohibiting behaviors disturbing
effecitve learning and teaching




Graphing Calculator recommended.       Solid mathematical background would be
                                       useful to understand business arcademics
                                       and world.
Resource Requirements:                              Material covered in the course will help
1) SIMPLE Calculator, with +, -, *, /, %            students gain a basic/introductory
functions (REQUIRED EACH CLASS                      understanding of the responsibilities and
DAY)                                                tasks
2) Basic stationary (PENCILS, ERASERS,              performed by managerial/cost accountants
pens, lined paper/notebook)                         in the "real world", as well as, decisions
3) Microsoft Office Products (Excel, Word           made by managers in the "real world".
& PowerPoint) & Internet Access

Other Requirements:
1) The student is responsible for reading
applicable topics prior to coverage in
class. Homework/Assignments related to
the topics discussed will be assigned
routinely. If a student is absent from class
or late to class, it is her/his responsibility to
follow-up to determine the material
covered and assignments
completed/given.
2) Students are expected to arrive to class
on time. Class starts promptly at the
scheduled starting time and the door will
be closed at the commencement of class.
When a student arrives to class late, the
Late will be recorded - there is NO GRACE
PERIOD. There are only two possible
options when arriving to class: “ON TIME”
or “LATE.
Resource Requirements:                              Material covered in the course will help
1) SIMPLE Calculator, with +, -, *, /, %            students gain a basic/introductory
functions (REQUIRED EACH CLASS                      understanding of the responsibilities and
DAY)                                                task performed by financial accountants in
2) Basic stationary (PENCILS, ERASERS,              the "real world".
pens, lined paper/notebook)
3) Microsoft Office Products (Excel, Word
& PowerPoint) & Internet Access

Other Requirements:
1) The student is responsible for reading
applicable topics prior to coverage in
class. Homework/Assignments related to
the topics discussed will be assigned
routinely. If a student is absent from class
or late to class, it is her/his responsibility to
follow-up to determine the material
covered and assignments
completed/given.
2) Students are expected to arrive to class
on time. Class starts promptly at the
scheduled starting time and the door will
be closed at the commencement of class.
When a student arrives to class late, the
Late will be recorded - there is NO GRACE
PERIOD. There are only two possible
options when arriving to class: “ON TIME”
or “LATE.
Resource Requirements:                              Material covered in the course will help
1) SIMPLE Calculator, with +, -, *, /, %            students gain a basic/introductory
functions (REQUIRED EACH CLASS                      understanding of the responsibilities and
DAY)                                                tasks
2) Basic stationary (PENCILS, ERASERS,              performed by managerial/cost accountants
pens, lined paper/notebook)                         in the "real world", as well as, decisions
3) Microsoft Office Products (Excel, Word           made by managers in the "real world".
& PowerPoint) & Internet Access

Other Requirements:
1) The student is responsible for reading
applicable topics prior to coverage in
class. Homework/Assignments related to
the topics discussed will be assigned
routinely. If a student is absent from class
or late to class, it is her/his responsibility to
follow-up to determine the material
covered and assignments
completed/given.
2) Students are expected to arrive to class
on time. Class starts promptly at the
scheduled starting time and the door will
be closed at the commencement of class.
When a student arrives to class late, the
Late will be recorded - there is NO GRACE
PERIOD. There are only two possible
options when arriving to class: “ON TIME”
or “LATE.
Resource Requirements:                              Material covered in the course will help
1) SIMPLE Calculator, with +, -, *, /, %            students gain a basic/introductory
functions                                           understanding of the responsibilities and
2) Basic stationary (PENCILS, ERASERS,              tasks performed by financial analyst in the
pens, notebook)                                     "real world", as well as, that of
3) Three ring binder, plastic sleeves, loose        accounting/finance professionals reporting
leaf paper (for Portfolio)                          the financial results of business
4) Microsoft Office Products & Internet             transactions/activities and reporting
Access                                              policies/practices used by organizations in
                                                    the "real world".
Other Requirements:
1) The student is responsible for reading
applicable topics prior to coverage in
class. Homework/Assignments related to
the topics discussed will be assigned
routinely. If a student is absent from class
or late to class, it is her/his responsibility to
follow-up to determine the material
covered and assignments
completed/given.
2) Students are expected to arrive to class
on time. Class starts promptly at the
scheduled starting time and the door will
be closed at the commencement of class.
When a student arrives to class late, the
Late will be recorded - there is NO GRACE
PERIOD. There are only two possible
options when arriving to class: “ON TIME”
or “LATE.
Resource Requirements:                              Material covered in the course will help
1) SIMPLE Calculator, with +, -, *, /, %            students gain a basic/introductory
functions (REQUIRED EACH CLASS                      understanding of the responsibilities and
DAY)                                                task performed by financial accountants in
2) Basic stationary (PENCILS, ERASERS,              the "real world".
pens, lined paper/notebook)
3) Microsoft Office Products (Excel, Word
& PowerPoint) & Internet Access

Other Requirements:
1) The student is responsible for reading
applicable topics prior to coverage in
class. Homework/Assignments related to
the topics discussed will be assigned
routinely. If a student is absent from class
or late to class, it is her/his responsibility to
follow-up to determine the material
covered and assignments
completed/given.
2) Students are expected to arrive to class
on time. Class starts promptly at the
scheduled starting time and the door will
be closed at the commencement of class.
When a student arrives to class late, the
Late will be recorded - there is NO GRACE
PERIOD. There are only two possible
options when arriving to class: “ON TIME”
or “LATE.
Resource Requirements:                              Material covered in the course will help
1) SIMPLE Calculator, with +, -, *, /, %            students gain a basic/introductory
functions (REQUIRED EACH CLASS                      understanding of the responsibilities and
DAY)                                                tasks
2) Basic stationary (PENCILS, ERASERS,              performed by managerial/cost accountants
pens, lined paper/notebook)                         in the "real world", as well as, decisions
3) Microsoft Office Products (Excel, Word           made by managers in the "real world".
& PowerPoint) & Internet Access

Other Requirements:
1) The student is responsible for reading
applicable topics prior to coverage in
class. Homework/Assignments related to
the topics discussed will be assigned
routinely. If a student is absent from class
or late to class, it is her/his responsibility to
follow-up to determine the material
covered and assignments
completed/given.
2) Students are expected to arrive to class
on time. Class starts promptly at the
scheduled starting time and the door will
be closed at the commencement of class.
When a student arrives to class late, the
Late will be recorded - there is NO GRACE
PERIOD. There are only two possible
options when arriving to class: “ON TIME”
or “LATE.
Resource Requirements:                              Material covered in the course will help
1) SIMPLE Calculator, with +, -, *, /, %            students gain a basic/introductory
functions                                           understanding of the responsibilities and
2) Basic stationary (PENCILS, ERASERS,              tasks performed by financial analyst in the
pens, notebook)                                     "real world", as well as, that of
3) Three ring binder, plastic sleeves, loose        accounting/finance professionals reporting
leaf paper (for Portfolio)                          the financial results of business
4) Microsoft Office Products & Internet             transactions/activities and reporting
Access                                              policies/practices used by organizations in
                                                    the "real world".
Other Requirements:
1) The student is responsible for reading
applicable topics prior to coverage in
class. Homework/Assignments related to
the topics discussed will be assigned
routinely. If a student is absent from class
or late to class, it is her/his responsibility to
follow-up to determine the material
covered and assignments
completed/given.
2) Students are expected to arrive to class
on time. Class starts promptly at the
scheduled starting time and the door will
be closed at the commencement of class.
When a student arrives to class late, the
Late will be recorded - there is NO GRACE
PERIOD. There are only two possible
options when arriving to class: “ON TIME”
or “LATE.
1. Preview and review the course               By understanding the basic MIS concepts
materials                                      and theories and building a small transtion
2. Do not miss the exams (both midterm         processing systems, students will be able
and final).                                    to prepare for the advanced courses such
3. Make a good presentation                    as systems analysis and design, decision
4. Attend the classes at least 80%             support systems, and strategic information
throughout the semester.                       systems.




1.Preview and review the course                Overseeing future business opportunieis
materials                                      and making value through electronic and
2.Do not miss the exams(both mid term          mobile commerce
and final).
3.Make a good presentation
4.Attend the classes at least 80%
throughout the semester.

Students should note that the course is
taught as a seminar. The course requires
students to read a considerable amount of
material, think about it, reflect on it and
question it. It does not require students to
simply learn it. Perhaps most of all, this
course requires students to be able to
apply the skills and knowledge they
develop.

Various assignments and case studies will
give students opportunities to practice with
various skills in developing some research
expertise. The process is developmental.
Students will not be an “instant expert”
having read one chapter or completed one
assignment.
Prerequisite - 경영정보학원론   By understanding the basic MIS concepts
                         and theories and building a small transtion
                         processing systems, students will be able
                         to prepare for the advanced courses such
                         as systems analysis and design, decision
                         support systems, and strategic information
                         systems.
Prerequisite for the course is a good   The course will prepare students to be able
understanding of Management Information to actively participate in projects in the
Systems and Information Technology.     business field. It can be utilized as an
                                        inderect experience for more advanced
                                        future real world projects.




1.Preview and review the course                Overseeing future business opportunieis
materials                                      and making value through electronic and
2.Do not miss the exams(both mid term          mobile commerce
and final).
3.Make a good presentation
4.Attend the classes at least 80%
throughout the semester.

Students should note that the course is
taught as a seminar. The course requires
students to read a considerable amount of
material, think about it, reflect on it and
question it. It does not require students to
simply learn it. Perhaps most of all, this
course requires students to be able to
apply the skills and knowledge they
develop.

Various assignments and case studies will
give students opportunities to practice with
various skills in developing some research
expertise. The process is developmental.
Students will not be an “instant expert”
having read one chapter or completed one
assignment.
Class participation is strongly             You will use the marketing theories for your
recommended. Students can learn from        career planning.
class discussion as much as reading         English presentation skills will be
books. If you do not hone your speaking     enhanced.
and discussing ability, your language       You will get farmilar with English marketing
proficiency and presentation skills will    terms.
remain the same.                            Students will be able to think of social and
                                            life issues from a marketing perspective.




Class participation is strongly          What you will learn in this class can be
recommended. Students can learn from     utilized in the real life situations of any
class discussion as much as reading      national network TV news divisions.
books. If you do not hone your speaking
and discussing ability, your language
proficiency and presentation skills will
never improve. You have no choice but to
talk.
                                            You are expected to be a better English
                                            speaker both in informal and formal
                                            occasions or places.
                                            You will also get to encounter great speech
                                            scripts in our time and use them for your
                                            future public speech.




Students should possess basic computer      The knowledge and experience gained in
skills (e.g., know how to use PC and Web    this course will be a great asset for the
browser), but technical background is not   students in their professional careers. The
required.                                   general understanding of Internet
                                            technology, familiarity with internet
                                            applications, and hands-on experience with
                                            common internet tools will not only
                                            increase their value in the job market but
                                            also broaden their choice of professions
                                            (e.g., digital library, semantic web,
                                            information technology, etc.).
Students should possess basic computer   The knowledge and experience gained in
skills (e.g., know how to use PC), but   this course will be a great asset for the
programming or technical background is   students in their professional careers. Their
not required.                            familiarity with Web programming concepts
                                         and hands-on experiences of creating
                                         dynamic and interactive web contents will
                                         not only increase their value in the job
                                         market but also broaden their choice of
                                         professions (e.g., digital library, semantic
                                         web, information technology, etc.).




None                                     This course is designed to provide students
                                         with skills in data management using SPSS
                                         so that they may effectively enter, "clean",
                                         manipulate and analyze data and skills in
                                         conducting the statistical analyses of data
                                         using SPSS. These skills are getting to be
                                         required in social work practices.
If you are afraid to speak, don't join the        Nowadays, more and more job interviews
class. It's OK if your English isn't great, but   include English speaking sections, which
you MUST TALK or you will fail the class.         are not simple talking but group
English grammar is not graded in this             discussions on important topics. This class
class.                                            prepares you for that.




Minimum TOEIC score (practice test ok) -          Getting a job is heavily based on English
450 very recommended.                             test scores. Many students nowadays are
Completed three semesters in university           scoring better on L/C than R/C.
Come to class every day.
                                                  At work, you need to be able to read things
                                                  quickly, find the main point, and
                                                  understand it. This class will help you.




If you are afraid to speak, don't join the        Nowadays, more and more job interviews
class. It's OK if your English isn't great, but   include English speaking sections, which
you MUST TALK or you will fail the class.         are not simple talking but group
English grammar is not graded in this             discussions on important topics. This class
class.                                            prepares you for that.
This course is taught simultaneously in   This course provides a wide range of
both English and Korean and is            knowledge about East Asian Civilization,
appropriate for all students.             teaches analytical thinking skills and helps
이 수업은 영어와 한국어로 동시에 진행될                    students improve English comprehension
것이며, 모든 학생들에게 적합합니다.                      ability.
This course is taught simultaneously in   This course provides a wide range of
both English and Korean and is            knowledge about East Asian Politics,
appropriate for all students.             Culture and Society, teaches analytical
이 수업은 영어와 한국어로 동시에 진행될                    thinking skills and helps students improve
것이며, 모든 학생들에게 적합합니다.                      English comprehension ability.
There are no formal prerequisites for the      This course will be particularly relevant to
class, but a prior understanding of basic      those seeking careers in law, policing,
criminal law and corporate law will be         government, public administration,
helpful.                                       business, or accounting.




English language fluency is not required       This course will be of particular value to
and students will not be evaluated based       those interested in pursuing careers in law,
on their English-language skills. However,     law enforcement, public administration
since course lectures and readings will be     and/or international relations.
in English, a basic ability to understand
written and spoken English and to
communicate in English is advisable.

Although not required, familiarity with
public international law and/or criminal law
will be helpful.




There are no prerequisites for the course,     This course is helpful for anyone interested
except for a curious mind and a                in learning more about the problem of
willingness to learn. Students will not be     crime in society and what can be done
evaluated on their English-language            about it. It is particularly useful for those
abilities. However, since the course           contemplating careers in law enforcement,
lectures and readings will be in English,      public policy, law, and/or civil society.
students possessing at least a basic ability
to understand and communicate in written
and spoken English will get more out of
the course.
Prerequisites are basic English and pre-        written and oral English skills
calculus level of mathematics.




Lecture notes will be posted. These notes       At the conclusion of this course successful
are based on the textbook, so most of           students will be able to familiarized with the
the figures and information they contain        major aspects of biochemistry.
can also be found in textbook. These            For students in Natural science fields,
notes contain                                   studying biochemistry is especially
most figures discussed during lecture and       important for those, who hope to enter a
are designed to aid students' note taking       career in drug discovery and some form of
during lecture and while reading the text. It   biotechnology.
is highly recommended that students print
these lecture notes and read the assigned
reading in the text prior to lecture, taking
notes while they read. Then bring the
notes to lectures to help fill in areas that
were confusing when they first read them
in the text.


Basic Knowledge about Organic chemistry




Basic Knowledge about Organic chemistry




General knowledge and interest in               At the conclusion of this course successful
chemistry                                       students will be able to familiarized with the
                                                recent advances and issues in chemistry.
Basic knowledge in General biology,             Employment In the field of radiation-related
general chemistry, general physics will he      or preparation for radiation certification.
helpful. However, the necessary                 pharmaceutical laboratory or to the vendor
information on major classes will be            dealing with radiation materials etc.
explained throughout the undergraduate
stage, students are adviced to give
sufficient attention and study well.




Basic knowledge in General biology and          Employment In the field of plant research
plant life will be helpful. However, the        and plant physiology, study on basic
necessary information on major classes          environmental factors and energy transfer
will be explained throughout the course         etc. will help the student to get a good
work, students are adviced to give              exposure to the plant life.
sufficient attention to the lecture and study
well.


Basic knowledge in General biology will he      This course will enable the student to learn
helpful. However, the necessary                 about how plant breeding will help to
information on major classes will be            improve crops and how it affects the
explained throughout the undergraduate          farmers and common man. Plant breeding
stage, students are adviced to give             is a part of standard biotechnology
sufficient attention and study well.            research and it will help students to do
                                                further research or job in related field.
Must have a TOEIC score of 450 or above.




Must have a TOEIC score of 450 or above.




Must have a TOEIC score of 450 or above.
English proficiency and impart the
knowledge in energy engineering



English proficiency and impart the
knowledge in applied chemistry
The undertaking of this course requires     The completion of this course will provide
the students to have a background on the    the students an opportunity to:
following:                                  1. enhance their knowledge and critical
Anatomy and Physiology; Fundamentals of     thinking abilities in understanding the
Nursing; Pathophysiology; Pharmacology;     disease process eith emphasis on nursing
Health and Nutrition; Pediatric Nursing I   care      management for high risk and
생리학, 해부학, 병리학 및 기본간호학의                      sick children
지식/기술을 기초로 한다.                              2. develop their skills in providing the
Advanced reading and preparation before     nursing care for families with high risk and
coming into class.                          sick children with ethical, cultural and
Compliance with the course requirements.    developmental consideration
                                            3. display a caring attitude in dealing with
                                            families with high risk and sick children with
                                            various health problems
                                            4. increase their awareness on the
                                            importance of evidenced-based practice in
                                            improving the health care delivery for
                                            clients.
Individual/Pair/Group Work                 The completion of this course will provide
Active participation in classroom          an opportunity for the students to:
activities                                 1. gain self-confidence and enhancement
Reading with reaction paper                of self-esteem in dealing with English-
Motivational and Willingness attitude in   speaking clients/individuals
english communication skills enhancement   2. enhance their communication skills with
                                           confidence in various health care
                                           situations
                                           3. develop their cross-cultural
                                           communication skills effectively in dealing
                                           with diverse culture in health care setting




Nursing Management(1) course is            The role of health professionals as a
prerequisite.                              nursing administrator, nursing unit
                                           management and nurses' legal ethcal
                                           responsbilities as a nurse for the
                                           knowledge and skills to adapt helps when
                                           switching roles the administrator functions
                                           as well we should be able to
Individual/Pair/Group Work                   The completion of this course will provide
Active participation in classroom            an opportunity for the students to:
activities                                   1. gain self-confidence and enhancement
Reading with reaction paper                  of self-esteem in dealing with English-
Motivational and Willingness attitude in     speaking clients/individuals
english skills enhancement                   2. enhance their communication skills with
                                             confidence in various health care
                                             situations
                                             3. develop their cross-cultural
                                             communication skills effectively in dealing
                                             with diverse culture in health care setting




                                             Avail of market awareness through
All students for the class are required to   development of research. Understand the
prepare materials for progressing project    general flow of textile design and able to
and present your research, development       express their individuality by developing a
and promote ideas.                           new design. Demonstrate interpersonal
                                             and communication skills for effective
                                             realization and presentation of design
                                             briefs. Analytical and critical skills synthesis
                                             and self evaluation.
All students for the class are required to  Avail of market awareness through
prepare materials for progressing project development of research. Understand the
and present your research, development general flow of textile design and able to
and promote ideas.                         express their individuality by developing a
                                           new design. Demonstrate interpersonal
                                           and communication skills for effective
                                           realization and presentation of design
                                           briefs. Analytical and critical skills synthesis
                                           and self evaluation.




All students for the class are required to  Avail of market awareness through
prepare materials for progressing project development of research. Understand the
and present your research, development general flow of textile design and able to
and promote ideas.                         express their individuality by developing a
                                           new design. Demonstrate interpersonal
                                           and communication skills for effective
                                           realization and presentation of design
                                           briefs. Analytical and critical skills synthesis
                                           and self evaluation.




포트폴리오 제작에 필요한 자료                             취업시 면접을 위한 준비작업




All students for the class are required to   Avail of market awareness through
prepare materials for progressing project    development of research. Understand the
and present your research, development       general flow of textile design and able to
and promote ideas.                           express their individuality by developing a
                                             new design. Demonstrate interpersonal
                                             and communication skills for effective
                                             realization and presentation of design
                                             briefs. Analytical and critical skills synthesis
                                             and self evaluation.
Prerequisite courses: 144498-01             This course will enhance student’s
Consumer Education, 19697 Consumer          understanding of what consumption culture
Decision Making, 20141 Consumer Issues      is, new forms of consumption, such as
in Retailing.                               those facilitated by cyberspace, society’s
                                            dominant ways of consumption, daily
                                            consumption practices and learn how
                                            patterns of consumption work, and also
                                            consider the consequences of such
                                            culture. The course has essential
                                            employability skills in Korea. Knowledge
                                            gained can be used by students in their
                                            lives to become ethical consumers and
                                            make rational decisions to satisfy their
                                            needs and wants.




There is no prerequisite for this course.   The course will enhance student
                                            understanding of housing as basic human
                                            need, understanding of housing policies in
                                            Korean, become aware of the housing
                                            problems in the country and the solutions.
                                            Students will relate to housing issues in
                                            Korea and other different countries and
                                            make comparisons. Student make link that
                                            housing is a key component of the urban
                                            economy, therefore the course has
                                            essential employability skills for students in
                                            Korea’s housing sector. The course has
                                            essential employability skills in the housing
                                            sector.




No prerequisite courses                     The course will enhance student
                                            knowledge on consumer data analysis
                                            which is critical to successful marketing,
                                            understanding, predicting and influencing
                                            consumer behavior. It makes practical
                                            applications possible. Therefore, the
                                            course has essential employability skills in
                                            consumer and marketing industry.
Prerequisite courses: 19697 Consumer     The course will enhance student
Decision Making, 20141 Consumer Issues understanding of how and why consumers
in Retailing & 14495 Consumption Culture of different nations purchase and do not
                                         purchase certain products and services;
                                         compare the similarities and differences in
                                         behavioural and physical aspect of cultures
                                         (cross-cultural influences in consumer
                                         behaviour). Understanding consumer
                                         behaviour is critical to successful
                                         marketing, consumer relationship
                                         management in corporate sector, therefore
                                         the course has essential employability
                                         skills in South Korea. Also the knowledge
                                         gained can be used by students in the
                                         marketplace to become creative consumer
                                         trends analysts, make rational decisions to
                                         satisfy their needs and wants.




1. Attendance                                     1. repertoire of solo recital

2. prepare and review thoroughly                  2. Audition repertoire of English-speaking
                                                  country
3. textbook and handout




All you need to bring to the class is your        Studying History of Art will develop skills of
enthusiasm and interest in art. For those         analysis and interpretation that are highly
not fully proficient in English, the instructor   valued by employers in the creative
may conduct the class bilingually from time       industries.
to time.
File with plastic sleeves (40 pages)          1. The development of individual creative
Drawing paper                                 process.
Pencil/Eraser                                 2. Foundational information about the
Drawing pens (black ink)                      properties of different fabrics.
Ruler                                         3. Basic sewing design techniques and
Scissors                                      skills.
Fabric                                        4. Basic crochet design techniques and
Thread/Needle                                 skills.
Crochet hook
Yarn
Computer/Printer

*other materials might be needed
throughout the class, but you will be given
advanced notice for those materials.


File with plastic sleeves (40 pages)          1. The development of individual creative
Drawing paper                                 process.
Pencil/Eraser                                 2. Foundational information about the
Drawing pens (black ink)                      properties of different fabrics.
Ruler                                         3. Basic sewing design techniques and
Scissors                                      skills.
Fabric                                        4. Basic crochet design techniques and
Thread/Needle                                 skills.
Crochet hook
Yarn
Computer/Printer

*other materials might be needed
throughout the class, but you will be given
advanced notice for those materials.


Big Notebook/File                             The development of individual creative
Small sketchbook (heavy paper)                process.
Foam board                                    The development of product for sale.
Decorative papers                             The practice of problem-solving, both as an
Drawing paper                                 individual and as a group.
Tracing paper                                 The practice of craft-related vocabulary
Pencil/Eraser                                 and ideas in English.
Drawing pens (black ink)
Ruler
Other materials as needed
Camera
Computer/Printer
Big Notebook/File                              The development of individual creative
Small sketchbook (heavy paper)                 process.
Foam board                                     The development of product for sale.
Decorative papers                              The practice of problem-solving, both as an
Drawing paper                                  individual and as a group.
Tracing paper                                  The practice of craft-related vocabulary
Pencil/Eraser                                  and ideas in English.
Drawing pens (black ink)
Ruler
Other materials as needed
Camera
Computer/Printer


This is a studio class conducted in the        Learning how to better interpret a captured
English language. Basic English                image in the black and white darkroom.
conversational skills are a must and you       Experience from this class should also
will be called upon to participate in          create a deeper undestanding and respect
critiques. It’s my hope that Korean            for master black and white photographers
students will have an opportunity to utilize   and printers since the 19th century.
their English language abilities in ways
they wouldn’t otherwise be able to and
interact with other potential international
students that may join the class.

Being an advanced black and white
darkroom class, students will explore
advanced technical controls of black and
white photographic materials and
processes, so it is highly recommended
that students without prior darkroom
experience do not take this class. Areas
covered include exposure and
development control of black and white
negatives through the application of the
Zone System, Parametric Testing of
film/developer combinations and exercises
demonstrations designed to strengthen the
expressive quality of the students'
printmaking aesthetic.
This is a studio class conducted in the        Learning how to better interpret a captured
English language. Basic English                image in the black and white darkroom.
conversational skills are a must and you       Experience from this class should also
will be called upon to participate in          create a deeper undestanding and respect
critiques. It’s my hope that Korean            for master black and white photographers
students will have an opportunity to utilize   and printers since the 19th century.
their English language abilities in ways
they wouldn’t otherwise be able to and
interact with other potential international
students that may join the class.

Being an advanced black and white
darkroom class, students will explore
advanced technical controls of black and
white photographic materials and
processes, so it is highly recommended
that students without prior darkroom
experience do not take this class. Areas
covered include exposure and
development control of black and white
negatives through the application of the
Zone System, Parametric Testing of
film/developer combinations and exercises
demonstrations designed to strengthen the
expressive quality of the students'
printmaking aesthetic.


The final administered grades will be      The skills acquired in this course will
calculated using the following             enable the student to digitally document
breakdown:                                 and explore potential building designs.
                                           These skills are essential for future design
-In-Class participation / attendance       studio projects as well as for the creation of
10%                                        three-dimensional documentation
-Midterm Project 30%                       techniques which are taught in advanced
-Final Project 60%                         computer classes. Finally, these skills will
                                           help students become more marketable
Late Work: Late work will not be accepted. when searching for internships in
If a student misses an established         professional offices.
deadline due to a substantiated excused
absence, the student must turn in the work
in the next class period to avoid the late
penalty.

The learning of an architectural design
technique is only possible through the
process of making. All class assignments
are mandatory and must be completed in
order to receive a grade for the class.
The final administered grades will be      The skills acquired in this course will
calculated using the following             enable the student to digitally document
breakdown:                                 and explore potential building designs.
                                           These skills are essential for future design
-In-Class participation / attendance       studio projects as well as for the creation of
10%                                        three-dimensional documentation
-Midterm Project 30%                       techniques which are taught in advanced
-Final Project 60%                         computer classes. Finally, these skills will
                                           help students become more marketable
Late Work: Late work will not be accepted. when searching for internships in
If a student misses an established         professional offices.
deadline due to a substantiated excused
absence, the student must turn in the work
in the next class period to avoid the late
penalty.

The learning of an architectural design
technique is only possible through the
process of making. All class assignments
are mandatory and must be completed in
order to receive a grade for the class.
The final administered grades will be        This course focuses on the complete
calculated using the following               documentation of a finished project. This
breakdown:                                   includes models, drawings (building plans
                                             and sections), renderings, and material
-In-Class participation / attendance         selection. It is the intent of this course to
20%                                          elevate each student’s skill set to the level
-Evaluation of Design Process 50%            of what is expected of a junior designer in a
-Final Project 30%                           professional office.

Late Work: Late work will not be accepted.
If a student misses an established
deadline due to a substantiated excused
absence, the student must turn in the work
in the next class period to avoid the late
penalty along with a written excuse.

The learning of an architectural design
technique is only possible through the
process of making. All class assignments
are mandatory and must be completed in
order to receive a grade for the class.
The ability to speak, read, write, listen and To build and/or expand upon the basic
comprehend in English is required for this knowledge of sewing skills and tools for
course. This class is conducted 100% in       utilization in the fashion industry.
English.
The ability to speak, read, write, listen and   The utilization of avant garde artistic
comprehend in English is required for this      expression and creative design skills in the
course. This class is conducted 100% in         Art World and Fashion Industry. The
English.                                        utilization of surface design skills and
                                                techniques for fabric development and
                                                design in the fashion and textile industries.
The ability to speak, read, write, listen and   To build and/or expand upon the basic
comprehend in English is required for this      knowledge of patternmaking and its
course. This class is conducted 100% in         associated tools for utilization in the
English.                                        fashion industry.




-PC & Beam projector
This class will be conducted in English
because it is the standard language being The course will be beneficial to all students
used for all competitions.                 of the college who wish to become an
                                           accredited or certificated technical official
1. Students should also bring their        in Badminton not only in Korea but also in
badminton racket and uniform during the international competitions.
activity days.
2. Prepare a clipboard and red and yellow
cards
3. Stopwatch
4. Regular watch
5. Officiating uniform - track pants+shirt
with collar




1. Attendance: Students' presence is            Upon completion of this course, students
indicative of their professional attitude and   will be able to:
is necessary to derive full benefit from the    1. Understand the importance of leisure
class. Absence from class does not give         and recreation study
the student an excuse for not knowing           2. Know roles of leisure and recreation
about any changes in class material,            area in human life
scheduling, assignments, exams, and             3. Identify and adapt the different system of
other announcements or activities given in      Leisure and Recreation program's running
class. It is the student’s responsibility       around the world
whatever work has been missed.

2. Electronic devices: The use of electronic
devices (cell phone, MP3 player, PDA,
etc.) by students during class is strictly
forbidden unless approved by instructor.
Students found in violation of this policy
during an examination will receive a zero
for the exam.

3. Class preparation: Students are
required to prepare(read) teaching
materials including textbook, handout,
lecture slides before the class starts.
During the class, every topic will be
discussed based on their preparation.
None                                        The students will become more informed
                                            about how to coach from a scientific
                                            perspective. They will be better equipped to
                                            advise both taekwondo coaches and
                                            athletes.




None.                                       The students will get basic knowledge to do
                                            scientific research.




None                                        The students will become more aware of
                                            how to deal with growing children, who are
                                            involved in taekwondo training and
                                            competition.


1. "교수학습자료실 수시확인"                           This course is desigend to develop the
(매주금요일)                                     following capabilities of the students
                                            majoring sport marketing at KMU. After
2. 과제물은 공지된 날짜에 제출                          successfully completing this course, the
                                            students will:
3. 수강에 필요한 PPT 자료를 충분히
예습하여 내용을 파악할것                               1. be able to use and understand sport
                                            marketing related terminologies in their
4. 수업중 셀폰사용금지, 음식물 반입금지                     communication

4. 발표 및 주제토론시 참여자의 능동적인                     2. develop listening and speaking skills in
참여 요구                                       accordance with a variety of cases in the
                                            sport industry

                                            3. understand the concept of sport
                                            marketing and its industrial trends

                                            4. review audio-visual materials used in
                                            lecturing sport marketing courses in the
                                            U.S

                                            5. have an opportunity to develop
                                            communication skills
The course is taught in English so a good   Students will learn how to write university
knowledge of the English language is        style research papers.
required. Grammar, speaking and writing
skills must be of an acceptable level.
None                                       This course will become a basis for
                                           development of games, modern visual
                                           entertainments, etc.




Calculus is prerequiste for this course.
Prerequisites are :                          - Building the serious computer graphics
                                             applications including computer games.
- Data structure
- C/C++ programming
- Computer Graphics 1 (Not required, but
would be better. we will review the
materials at the beginning of the course)




- object oriented programming                - Web game and interactive softwares
- C/C++ programming (quite similar to
Processing)
- Data structure




None




The course is taught in English so a good Students will be able to create 3D
knowledge of the English language is          animations and rig skeletons to control
required. Grammar, speaking and writing puppets.
skills must be of an acceptable level. Also
the course will require a lot of lab work, so
understanding the basics of computers
All students should have uniforms and           As far as an actor has a task to release a
gym shoes.                                      certain objective, he is supposed to
work in spacious classrooms with                economize his expressive means that
condition air,                                  guarantee accuracy of movements which
well lit, equipped with a Hi Fi, wooden         provide the soonest accomplishing the task
tables, stoles, chairs, sticks, mats, shower-
rooms




All students should have uniforms and           To the end of the course the student
gym shoes.                                      must:
work in spacious classrooms with                - to understand the musical materials, to
condition air,                                  determine the musical size, pace and
well lit, equipped with a Hi Fi, wooden         rhythmical feature of musical extract.
tables, stoles, chairs, sticks, mats, shower-   - to express the tempo-rhythm
rooms                                           characteristics of different musical extracts
                                                through movement or gesture,
                                                - to work with the action through the theatre
                                                tempo-rhythm,
                                                - to create musical-plastic compositions
                                                and etudes.


All students should have uniforms and           ?Create meaningful movement and
gym shoes.                                      body intelligence.
work in spacious classrooms with                ?Development of the ability to express
condition air,                                  the lightness, beauty, sense of form and
well lit, equipped with a Hi Fi, wooden         compliment of one's                movement,
tables, stoles, chairs, sticks, mats, shower-   words and emotional experience,
rooms                                           ?Make one's body a wise, agility,
                                                flexibility, corporality of the idea and
                                                thought.
Digital Piano Classroom, Manuscript      Improving students' individual and
Paper, Pencil, Magic Marker, Whiteboard, ensemble playing techniques on the digital
Projector, CD Player                     piano

디지털 피아노 실습실, 오선지, 연필, 매직                  디지털 피아노 실습을 통하여 개인실력
마커, 칠판, 프로젝터, CD 플레이어                     향상과 합주 테크닉의 발전을 도모한다.




Basic understanding of biology,           Improving the English presentation skill.
physiology, chemistry and introductory    Integration of knowledge on fundamental
pharmacology                              courses in pharmacy
Basic understanding of chemistry,    Cancer drug development
physiology and biochemistry.




Basic understanding of biology and   Study of this course will be helpful for
chemistry                            understanding the disease pathology and
                                     mechanism of drug action in body




Basic understanding of chemistry,    Cancer drug development
physiology and biochemistry.
Basic understanding of biology and         Study of this course will be helpful for
chemistry                                  understanding the disease pathology and
                                           mechanism of drug action in body




Students must have completed Academic
Writing I or receive permission from the
instructor.




Students must have completed Academic
Writing I or receive permission from the
instructor.
The objective of the course is to help        As English is now the de facto common
improve students’ confidence and ability to   language used around the world in
communicate in English.                       business, engineering, or other
Students will be evaluated on attendance,     communication situations between different
participation, classroom presentations,       groups of nationalities, this course should
and an oral final exam.                       prove beneficial in both professional and
                                              leisure activities, whether the student
                                              needs to communicate with a foreign
                                              business partner or just order a meal in a
                                              restaurant. The student should also feel
                                              more comfortable using English or dealing
                                              with foreigners after completing this
                                              course.




                                              As English is now the common language
                                              used around the world in business,
                                              engineering, or other communication
                                              situations between different groups of
                                              nationalities, this course should prove
                                              beneficial in both professional and leisure
                                              activities, whether the student needs to
                                              communicate with a foreign business
                                              partner or just order a meal in a restaurant.
                                              The student should also feel more
                                              comfortable using English or dealing with
                                              foreigners after completing this course.
Buy the textbook required for the class.   As English is now the de facto common
The textbook will be needed for each       language used around the world in
class.                                     business, engineering, or other
                                           communication situations between different
                                           groups of nationalities, this course should
                                           prove beneficial in both professional and
                                           leisure activities, whether the student
                                           needs to communicate with a foreign
                                           business partner or just order a meal in a
                                           restaurant. The student should also feel
                                           more comfortable using English or dealing
                                           with foreigners after completing this
                                           course.




None                                       As English is now the de facto common
                                           language used around the world in
                                           business, engineering, or other
                                           communication situations between different
                                           groups of nationalities, this course should
                                           prove beneficial in both professional and
                                           leisure activities, whether the student
                                           needs to communicate with a foreign
                                           business partner or just order a meal in a
                                           restaurant. The student should also feel
                                           more comfortable using English or dealing
                                           with foreigners after completing this
                                           course.
As English is now the common language
used around the world in business,
engineering, or other communication
situations between different groups of
nationalities, this course should prove
beneficial in both professional and leisure
activities, whether the student needs to
communicate with a foreign business
partner or just order a meal in a restaurant.
The student should also feel more
comfortable using English or dealing with
foreigners after completing this course.




This course should be beneficial for both
professional and leisure pursuits, as it is
the common language used between
groups of nationalities in settings such as
business, engineering, sports and tourism.
The objective of the course is to help        As English is now the de facto common
improve students’ confidence and ability to   language used around the world in
communicate in English.                       business, engineering, or other
Students will be evaluated on attendance,     communication situations between different
participation, classroom presentations,       groups of nationalities, this course should
and an oral final exam.                       prove beneficial in both professional and
                                              leisure activities, whether the student
                                              needs to communicate with a foreign
                                              business partner or just order a meal in a
                                              restaurant. The student should also feel
                                              more comfortable using English or dealing
                                              with foreigners after completing this
                                              course.




Buy the textbook required for the class.      As English is now the de facto common
The textbook will be needed for each          language used around the world in
class.                                        business, engineering, or other
                                              communication situations between different
                                              groups of nationalities, this course should
                                              prove beneficial in both professional and
                                              leisure activities, whether the student
                                              needs to communicate with a foreign
                                              business partner or just order a meal in a
                                              restaurant. The student should also feel
                                              more comfortable using English or dealing
                                              with foreigners after completing this
                                              course.
The basic requirements for the course are        As English is now the de facto common
the student’s attendance ad active               language used around the world in
participation. If students miss 10 classes       business, engineering, or other
or more it will result in F grade. Likewise if   communication requirements between
students do not do a presentation or a           different groups of nationalities, this course
speaking test it will result in an F grade.      should prove beneficial in both professional
                                                 and leisure activities, whether the student
                                                 needs to communicate with a foreign
                                                 business partner or just order a meal in a
                                                 restaurant. The student should also feel
                                                 more comfortable using English or dealing
                                                 with foreigners after completing this
                                                 course.




None                                             As English is now the de facto common
                                                 language used around the world in
                                                 business, engineering, or other
                                                 communication situations between different
                                                 groups of nationalities, this course should
                                                 prove beneficial in both professional and
                                                 leisure activities, whether the student
                                                 needs to communicate with a foreign
                                                 business partner or just order a meal in a
                                                 restaurant. The student should also feel
                                                 more comfortable using English or dealing
                                                 with foreigners after completing this
                                                 course.




The objective of the course is to help           As English is now the de facto common
improve students’ confidence and ability to      language used around the world in
communicate in English.                          business, engineering, or other
Students will be evaluated on attendance,        communication situations between different
participation, classroom presentations,          groups of nationalities, this course should
and an oral final exam.                          prove beneficial in both professional and
                                                 leisure activities, whether the student
                                                 needs to communicate with a foreign
                                                 business partner or just order a meal in a
                                                 restaurant. The student should also feel
                                                 more comfortable using English or dealing
                                                 with foreigners after completing this
                                                 course.
                                                 As English is now the common language
                                                 used around the world in business,
                                                 engineering, or other communication
                                                 situations between different groups of
                                                 nationalities, this course should prove
                                                 beneficial in both professional and leisure
                                                 activities, whether the student needs to
                                                 communicate with a foreign business
                                                 partner or just order a meal in a restaurant.
                                                 The student should also feel more
                                                 comfortable using English or dealing with
                                                 foreigners after completing this course.




                                                 This course should be beneficial for both
                                                 professional and leisure pursuits, as it is
                                                 the common language used between
                                                 groups of nationalities in settings such as
                                                 business, engineering, sports and tourism.




The basic requirements for the course are        As English is now the de facto common
the student’s attendance ad active               language used around the world in
participation. If students miss 10 classes       business, engineering, or other
or more it will result in F grade. Likewise if   communication requirements between
students do not do a presentation or a           different groups of nationalities, this course
speaking test it will result in an F grade.      should prove beneficial in both professional
                                                 and leisure activities, whether the student
                                                 needs to communicate with a foreign
                                                 business partner or just order a meal in a
                                                 restaurant. The student should also feel
                                                 more comfortable using English or dealing
                                                 with foreigners after completing this
                                                 course.
                                              This course should be beneficial for both
                                              professional and leisure pursuits, as it is
                                              the common language used between
                                              groups of nationalities in settings such as
                                              business, engineering, sports and tourism.




The objective of the course is to help        As English is now the de facto common
improve students’ confidence and ability to   language used around the world in
communicate in English.                       business, engineering, or other
Students will be evaluated on attendance,     communication situations between different
participation, classroom presentations,       groups of nationalities, this course should
and an oral final exam.                       prove beneficial in both professional and
                                              leisure activities, whether the student
                                              needs to communicate with a foreign
                                              business partner or just order a meal in a
                                              restaurant. The student should also feel
                                              more comfortable using English or dealing
                                              with foreigners after completing this
                                              course.




                                              As English is now the common language
                                              used around the world in business,
                                              engineering, or other communication
                                              situations between different groups of
                                              nationalities, this course should prove
                                              beneficial in both professional and leisure
                                              activities, whether the student needs to
                                              communicate with a foreign business
                                              partner or just order a meal in a restaurant.
                                              The student should also feel more
                                              comfortable using English or dealing with
                                              foreigners after completing this course.
The objective of the course is to help        As English is now the de facto common
improve students’ confidence and ability to   language used around the world in
communicate in English.                       business, engineering, or other
Students will be evaluated on attendance,     communication situations between different
participation, classroom presentations,       groups of nationalities, this course should
and an oral final exam.                       prove beneficial in both professional and
                                              leisure activities, whether the student
                                              needs to communicate with a foreign
                                              business partner or just order a meal in a
                                              restaurant. The student should also feel
                                              more comfortable using English or dealing
                                              with foreigners after completing this
                                              course.




Buy the textbook required for the class.      As English is now the de facto common
The textbook will be needed for each          language used around the world in
class.                                        business, engineering, or other
                                              communication situations between different
                                              groups of nationalities, this course should
                                              prove beneficial in both professional and
                                              leisure activities, whether the student
                                              needs to communicate with a foreign
                                              business partner or just order a meal in a
                                              restaurant. The student should also feel
                                              more comfortable using English or dealing
                                              with foreigners after completing this
                                              course.
The basic requirements for the course are        As English is now the de facto common
the student’s attendance ad active               language used around the world in
participation. If students miss 10 classes       business, engineering, or other
or more it will result in F grade. Likewise if   communication requirements between
students do not do a presentation or a           different groups of nationalities, this course
speaking test it will result in an F grade.      should prove beneficial in both professional
                                                 and leisure activities, whether the student
                                                 needs to communicate with a foreign
                                                 business partner or just order a meal in a
                                                 restaurant. The student should also feel
                                                 more comfortable using English or dealing
                                                 with foreigners after completing this
                                                 course.




None                                             As English is now the de facto common
                                                 language used around the world in
                                                 business, engineering, or other
                                                 communication situations between different
                                                 groups of nationalities, this course should
                                                 prove beneficial in both professional and
                                                 leisure activities, whether the student
                                                 needs to communicate with a foreign
                                                 business partner or just order a meal in a
                                                 restaurant. The student should also feel
                                                 more comfortable using English or dealing
                                                 with foreigners after completing this
                                                 course.




None                                             As English is now the de facto common
                                                 language used around the world in
                                                 business, engineering, or other
                                                 communication situations between different
                                                 groups of nationalities, this course should
                                                 prove beneficial in both professional and
                                                 leisure activities, whether the student
                                                 needs to communicate with a foreign
                                                 business partner or just order a meal in a
                                                 restaurant. The student should also feel
                                                 more comfortable using English or dealing
                                                 with foreigners after completing this
                                                 course.
Students should be on time for class. If a    As English is now the de facto common
student misses 5 classes they will be given   language used around the world in
an automatic 'F' grade. Each student          business, engineering, or other
should be prepared for class, which           communication situations between different
means bringing a textbook and pen/pencil      groups of nationalities, this course should
to every class. All that is required of       prove beneficial in both professional and
students is to show up, be on time, do        leisure activities, whether the student
what is asked of them - homework,             needs to communicate with a foreign
assignments, etc., and to come in with a      business partner or just order a meal in a
positive attitude towards developing their    restaurant. The student should also feel
English. This class has been designed for     more comfortable using English or dealing
students who actively participate can get     with foreigners after completing this
something out of it.                          course.
Students should be on time for class. If a    As English is now the de facto common
student misses 5 classes they will be given   language used around the world in
an automatic 'F' grade. Each student          business, engineering, or other
should be prepared for class, which           communication situations between different
means bringing a textbook and pen/pencil      groups of nationalities, this course should
to every class. All that is required of       prove beneficial in both professional and
students is to show up, be on time, do        leisure activities, whether the student
what is asked of them - homework,             needs to communicate with a foreign
assignments, etc., and to come in with a      business partner or just order a meal in a
positive attitude towards developing their    restaurant. The student should also feel
English. This class has been designed for     more comfortable using English or dealing
students who actively participate can get     with foreigners after completing this
something out of it.                          course.




Students should be on time for class. If a    As English is now the de facto common
student misses 5 classes they will be given   language used around the world in
an automatic 'F' grade. Each student          business, engineering, or other
should be prepared for class, which           communication situations between different
means bringing a textbook and pen/pencil      groups of nationalities, this course should
to every class. All that is required of       prove beneficial in both professional and
students is to show up, be on time, do        leisure activities, whether the student
what is asked of them - homework,             needs to communicate with a foreign
assignments, etc., and to come in with a      business partner or just order a meal in a
positive attitude towards developing their    restaurant. The student should also feel
English. This class has been designed for     more comfortable using English or dealing
students who actively participate can get     with foreigners after completing this
something out of it.                          course.
Obtaining a new copy of Communication            As English is now the de facto common
English 2 is mandatory. Having writing           language used around the world in
materials and a folder is necessary.             business, engineering, or other
Having a dictionary is recommended.              communication situations between different
                                                 groups of nationalities, this course should
                                                 prove beneficial in both professional and
                                                 leisure activities, whether the student
                                                 needs to communicate with a foreign
                                                 business partner or just order a meal in a
                                                 restaurant. The student should also feel
                                                 more comfortable using English or dealing
                                                 with foreigners after completing this
                                                 course.




The textbooks and a notebook will be             As English is now the de facto common
needed each week.                                language used around the world this
                                                 course will prove beneficial in both
                                                 professional and leisure activities, whether
                                                 the student needs to communicate with a
                                                 foreign business partner or just order a
                                                 meal in a restaurant. The student should
                                                 also feel more comfortable using English or
                                                 dealing with foreigners after completing this
                                                 course.

The basic requirements for the course are        As English is now the de facto common
the student’s attendance ad active               language used around the world in
participation. If students miss 10 classes       business, engineering, or other
or more it will result in F grade. Likewise if   communication requirements between
students do not do a presentation or a           different groups of nationalities, this course
speaking test it will result in an F grade.      should prove beneficial in both professional
                                                 and leisure activities, whether the student
                                                 needs to communicate with a foreign
                                                 business partner or just order a meal in a
                                                 restaurant. The student should also feel
                                                 more comfortable using English or dealing
                                                 with foreigners after completing this
                                                 course.
Obtaining a new copy of Communication    As English is now the de facto common
English 2 is mandatory. Having writing   language used around the world in
materials and a folder is necessary.     business, engineering, or other
Having a dictionary is recommended.      communication situations between different
                                         groups of nationalities, this course should
                                         prove beneficial in both professional and
                                         leisure activities, whether the student
                                         needs to communicate with a foreign
                                         business partner or just order a meal in a
                                         restaurant. The student should also feel
                                         more comfortable using English or dealing
                                         with foreigners after completing this
                                         course.




                                         As English is now the common language
                                         used around the world in business,
                                         engineering, or other communication
                                         requirements situations between different
                                         groups of nationalities, this course should
                                         prove beneficial in both professional and
                                         leisure activities, whether the student
                                         needs to communicate with a foreign
                                         business partner or just order a meal in a
                                         restaurant. The student should also feel
                                         more comfortable using English or dealing
                                         with foreigners after completing this
                                         course.




Obtaining a new copy of Communication    As English is now the de facto common
English 2 is mandatory. Having writing   language used around the world in
materials and a folder is necessary.     business, engineering, or other
Having a dictionary is recommended.      communication situations between different
                                         groups of nationalities, this course should
                                         prove beneficial in both professional and
                                         leisure activities, whether the student
                                         needs to communicate with a foreign
                                         business partner or just order a meal in a
                                         restaurant. The student should also feel
                                         more comfortable using English or dealing
                                         with foreigners after completing this
                                         course.
The textbooks and a notebook will be          As English is now the de facto common
needed each week.                             language used around the world this
                                              course will prove beneficial in both
                                              professional and leisure activities, whether
                                              the student needs to communicate with a
                                              foreign business partner or just order a
                                              meal in a restaurant. The student should
                                              also feel more comfortable using English or
                                              dealing with foreigners after completing this
                                              course.

Obtaining a new copy of Communication         As English is now the de facto common
English 2 is mandatory. Having writing        language used around the world in
materials and a folder is necessary.          business, engineering, or other
Having a dictionary is recommended.           communication situations between different
                                              groups of nationalities, this course should
                                              prove beneficial in both professional and
                                              leisure activities, whether the student
                                              needs to communicate with a foreign
                                              business partner or just order a meal in a
                                              restaurant. The student should also feel
                                              more comfortable using English or dealing
                                              with foreigners after completing this
                                              course.




Students should be on time for class. If a    As English is now the de facto common
student misses 5 classes they will be given   language used around the world in
an automatic 'F' grade. Each student          business, engineering, or other
should be prepared for class, which           communication situations between different
means bringing a textbook and pen/pencil      groups of nationalities, this course should
to every class. All that is required of       prove beneficial in both professional and
students is to show up, be on time, do        leisure activities, whether the student
what is asked of them - homework,             needs to communicate with a foreign
assignments, etc., and to come in with a      business partner or just order a meal in a
positive attitude towards developing their    restaurant. The student should also feel
English. This class has been designed for     more comfortable using English or dealing
students of higher level English-speaking     with foreigners after completing this
ability, and all students who actively        course.
participate can get something out of it.
Basic level knowledge of English reading, As English is now the de facto common
writing, listening, and speaking.         language used around the world in
                                          business, engineering, or other
                                          communication situations between different
                                          groups of nationalities, this course should
                                          prove beneficial in both professional and
                                          leisure activities, whether the student
                                          needs to communicate with a foreign
                                          business partner or just order a meal in a
                                          restaurant. The student should also feel
                                          more comfortable using English or dealing
                                          with foreigners after completing this
                                          course.




Students must purchase a textbook. If a         As English is the de facto common
student is more than five minutes late this     language used around the world in
will be considered an absent. If a student      business, engineering, or other
misses more than five classes they will         communication situations between different
receive a failing grade. This is a university   groups of nationalities, this course should
policy that all professors must follow.         prove beneficial in both professional and
                                                leisure activities, whether the students
                                                needs to communicate with a foreign
                                                business partner or just order a meal in a
                                                restaurant. The student should also feel
                                                more comfortable using English or dealing
                                                with foreigners after completing this
                                                course.
Buy the textbook required for the class.        As English is now the de facto common
The textbook will be needed for each            language used around the world in
class.                                          business, engineering, or other
                                                communication situations between different
                                                groups of nationalities, this course should
                                                prove beneficial in both professional and
                                                leisure activities, whether the student
                                                needs to communicate with a foreign
                                                business partner or just order a meal in a
                                                restaurant. The student should also feel
                                                more comfortable using English or dealing
                                                with foreigners after completing this
                                                course.




Students must purchase a textbook. If a         As English is the de facto common
student is more than five minutes late this     language used around the world in
will be considered an absent. If a student      business, engineering, or other
misses more than five classes they will         communication situations between different
receive a failing grade. This is a university   groups of nationalities, this course should
policy that all professors must follow.         prove beneficial in both professional and
                                                leisure activities, whether the students
                                                needs to communicate with a foreign
                                                business partner or just order a meal in a
                                                restaurant. The student should also feel
                                                more comfortable using English or dealing
                                                with foreigners after completing this
                                                course.
Basic level knowledge of English reading, As English is now the de facto common
writing, listening, and speaking.         language used around the world in
                                          business, engineering, or other
                                          communication situations between different
                                          groups of nationalities, this course should
                                          prove beneficial in both professional and
                                          leisure activities, whether the student
                                          needs to communicate with a foreign
                                          business partner or just order a meal in a
                                          restaurant. The student should also feel
                                          more comfortable using English or dealing
                                          with foreigners after completing this
                                          course.




None                                      As English is now the de facto common
                                          language used around the world in
                                          business, engineering, or other
                                          communication situations between different
                                          groups of nationalities, this course should
                                          prove beneficial in both professional and
                                          leisure activities, whether the student
                                          needs to communicate with a foreign
                                          business partner or just order a meal in a
                                          restaurant. The student should also feel
                                          more comfortable using English or dealing
                                          with foreigners after completing this
                                          course.
Buy the textbook required for the class.      As English is now the de facto common
The textbook will be needed for each          language used around the world in
class.                                        business, engineering, or other
                                              communication situations between different
                                              groups of nationalities, this course should
                                              prove beneficial in both professional and
                                              leisure activities, whether the student
                                              needs to communicate with a foreign
                                              business partner or just order a meal in a
                                              restaurant. The student should also feel
                                              more comfortable using English or dealing
                                              with foreigners after completing this
                                              course.




Students should be on time for class. If a    As English is now the de facto common
student misses 5 classes they will be given   language used around the world in
an automatic 'F' grade. Each student          business, engineering, or other
should be prepared for class, which           communication situations between different
means bringing a textbook and pen/pencil      groups of nationalities, this course should
to every class. All that is required of       prove beneficial in both professional and
students is to show up, be on time, do        leisure activities, whether the student
what is asked of them - homework,             needs to communicate with a foreign
assignments, etc., and to come in with a      business partner or just order a meal in a
positive attitude towards developing their    restaurant. The student should also feel
English. This class has been designed for     more comfortable using English or dealing
students of higher level English-speaking     with foreigners after completing this
ability, and all students who actively        course.
participate can get something out of it.
Buy the textbook required for the class.        As English is now the de facto common
The textbook will be needed for each            language used around the world in
class.                                          business, engineering, or other
                                                communication situations between different
                                                groups of nationalities, this course should
                                                prove beneficial in both professional and
                                                leisure activities, whether the student
                                                needs to communicate with a foreign
                                                business partner or just order a meal in a
                                                restaurant. The student should also feel
                                                more comfortable using English or dealing
                                                with foreigners after completing this
                                                course.




Students must purchase a textbook. If a         As English is the de facto common
student is more than five minutes late this     language used around the world in
will be considered an absent. If a student      business, engineering, or other
misses more than five classes they will         communication situations between different
receive a failing grade. This is a university   groups of nationalities, this course should
policy that all professors must follow.         prove beneficial in both professional and
                                                leisure activities, whether the students
                                                needs to communicate with a foreign
                                                business partner or just order a meal in a
                                                restaurant. The student should also feel
                                                more comfortable using English or dealing
                                                with foreigners after completing this
                                                course.
Basic level knowledge of English reading, As English is now the de facto common
writing, listening, and speaking.         language used around the world in
                                          business, engineering, or other
                                          communication situations between different
                                          groups of nationalities, this course should
                                          prove beneficial in both professional and
                                          leisure activities, whether the student
                                          needs to communicate with a foreign
                                          business partner or just order a meal in a
                                          restaurant. The student should also feel
                                          more comfortable using English or dealing
                                          with foreigners after completing this
                                          course.




The objective of the course is to help        As English is now the de facto common
improve students’ confidence and ability to   language used around the world in
communicate in English.                       business, engineering, or other
Students will be evaluated on attendance,     communication situations between different
participation, classroom presentations,       groups of nationalities, this course should
and an oral final exam.                       prove beneficial in both professional and
                                              leisure activities, whether the student
                                              needs to communicate with a foreign
                                              business partner or just order a meal in a
                                              restaurant. The student should also feel
                                              more comfortable using English or dealing
                                              with foreigners after completing this
                                              course.




                                              As English is now the common language
                                              used around the world in business,
                                              engineering, or other communication
                                              requirements situations between different
                                              groups of nationalities, this course should
                                              prove beneficial in both professional and
                                              leisure activities, whether the student
                                              needs to communicate with a foreign
                                              business partner or just order a meal in a
                                              restaurant. The student should also feel
                                              more comfortable using English or dealing
                                              with foreigners after completing this
                                              course.
The basic requirements for the course are        As English is now the de facto common
the student’s attendance ad active               language used around the world in
participation. If students miss 10 classes       business, engineering, or other
or more it will result in F grade. Likewise if   communication requirements between
students do not do a presentation or a           different groups of nationalities, this course
speaking test it will result in an F grade.      should prove beneficial in both professional
                                                 and leisure activities, whether the student
                                                 needs to communicate with a foreign
                                                 business partner or just order a meal in a
                                                 restaurant. The student should also feel
                                                 more comfortable using English or dealing
                                                 with foreigners after completing this
                                                 course.




None                                             As English is now the de facto common
                                                 language used around the world in
                                                 business, engineering, or other
                                                 communication situations between different
                                                 groups of nationalities, this course should
                                                 prove beneficial in both professional and
                                                 leisure activities, whether the student
                                                 needs to communicate with a foreign
                                                 business partner or just order a meal in a
                                                 restaurant. The student should also feel
                                                 more comfortable using English or dealing
                                                 with foreigners after completing this
                                                 course.
Obtaining a new copy of Communication         As English is now the de facto common
English 2 is mandatory. Having writing        language used around the world in
materials and a folder is necessary.          business, engineering, or other
Having a dictionary is recommended.           communication situations between different
                                              groups of nationalities, this course should
                                              prove beneficial in both professional and
                                              leisure activities, whether the student
                                              needs to communicate with a foreign
                                              business partner or just order a meal in a
                                              restaurant. The student should also feel
                                              more comfortable using English or dealing
                                              with foreigners after completing this
                                              course.




The textbooks and a notebook will be          As English is now the de facto common
needed each week.                             language used around the world this
                                              course will prove beneficial in both
                                              professional and leisure activities, whether
                                              the student needs to communicate with a
                                              foreign business partner or just order a
                                              meal in a restaurant. The student should
                                              also feel more comfortable using English or
                                              dealing with foreigners after completing this
                                              course.

Students should be on time for class. If a    As English is now the de facto common
student misses 5 classes they will be given   language used around the world in
an automatic 'F' grade. Each student          business, engineering, or other
should be prepared for class, which           communication situations between different
means bringing a textbook and pen/pencil      groups of nationalities, this course should
to every class. All that is required of       prove beneficial in both professional and
students is to show up, be on time, do        leisure activities, whether the student
what is asked of them - homework,             needs to communicate with a foreign
assignments, etc., and to come in with a      business partner or just order a meal in a
positive attitude towards developing their    restaurant. The student should also feel
English. This class has been designed for     more comfortable using English or dealing
students who actively participate can get     with foreigners after completing this
something out of it.                          course.
Students should be on time for class. If a    As English is now the de facto common
student misses 5 classes they will be given   language used around the world in
an automatic 'F' grade. Each student          business, engineering, or other
should be prepared for class, which           communication situations between different
means bringing a textbook and pen/pencil      groups of nationalities, this course should
to every class. All that is required of       prove beneficial in both professional and
students is to show up, be on time, do        leisure activities, whether the student
what is asked of them - homework,             needs to communicate with a foreign
assignments, etc., and to come in with a      business partner or just order a meal in a
positive attitude towards developing their    restaurant. The student should also feel
English. This class has been designed for     more comfortable using English or dealing
students who actively participate can get     with foreigners after completing this
something out of it.                          course.




Students should be on time for class. If a    As English is now the de facto common
student misses 5 classes they will be given   language used around the world in
an automatic 'F' grade. Each student          business, engineering, or other
should be prepared for class, which           communication situations between different
means bringing a textbook and pen/pencil      groups of nationalities, this course should
to every class. All that is required of       prove beneficial in both professional and
students is to show up, be on time, do        leisure activities, whether the student
what is asked of them - homework,             needs to communicate with a foreign
assignments, etc., and to come in with a      business partner or just order a meal in a
positive attitude towards developing their    restaurant. The student should also feel
English. This class has been designed for     more comfortable using English or dealing
students of higher level English-speaking     with foreigners after completing this
ability, and all students who actively        course.
participate can get something out of it.
Basic level knowledge of English reading, As English is now the de facto common
writing, listening, and speaking.         language used around the world in
                                          business, engineering, or other
                                          communication situations between different
                                          groups of nationalities, this course should
                                          prove beneficial in both professional and
                                          leisure activities, whether the student
                                          needs to communicate with a foreign
                                          business partner or just order a meal in a
                                          restaurant. The student should also feel
                                          more comfortable using English or dealing
                                          with foreigners after completing this
                                          course.




Students must purchase a textbook. If a         As English is the de facto common
student is more than five minutes late this     language used around the world in
will be considered an absent. If a student      business, engineering, or other
misses more than five classes they will         communication situations between different
receive a failing grade. This is a university   groups of nationalities, this course should
policy that all professors must follow.         prove beneficial in both professional and
                                                leisure activities, whether the students
                                                needs to communicate with a foreign
                                                business partner or just order a meal in a
                                                restaurant. The student should also feel
                                                more comfortable using English or dealing
                                                with foreigners after completing this
                                                course.
Buy the textbook required for the class.      As English is now the de facto common
The textbook will be needed for each          language used around the world in
class.                                        business, engineering, or other
                                              communication situations between different
                                              groups of nationalities, this course should
                                              prove beneficial in both professional and
                                              leisure activities, whether the student
                                              needs to communicate with a foreign
                                              business partner or just order a meal in a
                                              restaurant. The student should also feel
                                              more comfortable using English or dealing
                                              with foreigners after completing this
                                              course.




Students should be on time for class. If a    As English is now the de facto common
student misses 5 classes they will be given   language used around the world in
an automatic 'F' grade. Each student          business, engineering, or other
should be prepared for class, which           communication situations between different
means bringing a textbook and pen/pencil      groups of nationalities, this course should
to every class. All that is required of       prove beneficial in both professional and
students is to show up, be on time, do        leisure activities, whether the student
what is asked of them - homework,             needs to communicate with a foreign
assignments, etc., and to come in with a      business partner or just order a meal in a
positive attitude towards developing their    restaurant. The student should also feel
English. This class has been designed for     more comfortable using English or dealing
students of higher level English-speaking     with foreigners after completing this
ability, and all students who actively        course.
participate can get something out of it.
Basic level knowledge of English reading, As English is now the de facto common
writing, listening, and speaking.         language used around the world in
                                          business, engineering, or other
                                          communication situations between different
                                          groups of nationalities, this course should
                                          prove beneficial in both professional and
                                          leisure activities, whether the student
                                          needs to communicate with a foreign
                                          business partner or just order a meal in a
                                          restaurant. The student should also feel
                                          more comfortable using English or dealing
                                          with foreigners after completing this
                                          course.




Students must purchase a textbook. If a         As English is the de facto common
student is more than five minutes late this     language used around the world in
will be considered an absent. If a student      business, engineering, or other
misses more than five classes they will         communication situations between different
receive a failing grade. This is a university   groups of nationalities, this course should
policy that all professors must follow.         prove beneficial in both professional and
                                                leisure activities, whether the students
                                                needs to communicate with a foreign
                                                business partner or just order a meal in a
                                                restaurant. The student should also feel
                                                more comfortable using English or dealing
                                                with foreigners after completing this
                                                course.




Students should be on time for class. If a      As English is now the de facto common
student misses 5 classes they will be given     language used around the world in
an automatic 'F' grade. Each student            business, engineering, or other
should be prepared for class, which             communication situations between different
means bringing a textbook and pen/pencil        groups of nationalities, this course should
to every class. All that is required of         prove beneficial in both professional and
students is to show up, be on time, do          leisure activities, whether the student
what is asked of them - homework,               needs to communicate with a foreign
assignments, etc., and to come in with a        business partner or just order a meal in a
positive attitude towards developing their      restaurant. The student should also feel
English. This class has been designed for       more comfortable using English or dealing
students of higher level English-speaking       with foreigners after completing this
ability, and all students who actively          course.
participate can get something out of it.
Basic level knowledge of English reading, As English is now the de facto common
writing, listening, and speaking.         language used around the world in
                                          business, engineering, or other
                                          communication situations between different
                                          groups of nationalities, this course should
                                          prove beneficial in both professional and
                                          leisure activities, whether the student
                                          needs to communicate with a foreign
                                          business partner or just order a meal in a
                                          restaurant. The student should also feel
                                          more comfortable using English or dealing
                                          with foreigners after completing this
                                          course.




Students must purchase a textbook. If a         As English is the de facto common
student is more than five minutes late this     language used around the world in
will be considered an absent. If a student      business, engineering, or other
misses more than five classes they will         communication situations between different
receive a failing grade. This is a university   groups of nationalities, this course should
policy that all professors must follow.         prove beneficial in both professional and
                                                leisure activities, whether the students
                                                needs to communicate with a foreign
                                                business partner or just order a meal in a
                                                restaurant. The student should also feel
                                                more comfortable using English or dealing
                                                with foreigners after completing this
                                                course.
Buy the textbook required for the class.         As English is now the de facto common
The textbook will be needed for each             language used around the world in
class.                                           business, engineering, or other
                                                 communication situations between different
                                                 groups of nationalities, this course should
                                                 prove beneficial in both professional and
                                                 leisure activities, whether the student
                                                 needs to communicate with a foreign
                                                 business partner or just order a meal in a
                                                 restaurant. The student should also feel
                                                 more comfortable using English or dealing
                                                 with foreigners after completing this
                                                 course.




The basic requirements for the course are        As English is now the de facto common
the student’s attendance ad active               language used around the world in
participation. If students miss 10 classes       business, engineering, or other
or more it will result in F grade. Likewise if   communication requirements between
students do not do a presentation or a           different groups of nationalities, this course
speaking test it will result in an F grade.      should prove beneficial in both professional
                                                 and leisure activities, whether the student
                                                 needs to communicate with a foreign
                                                 business partner or just order a meal in a
                                                 restaurant. The student should also feel
                                                 more comfortable using English or dealing
                                                 with foreigners after completing this
                                                 course.
Students should be on time for class. If a    As English is now the de facto common
student misses 5 classes they will be given   language used around the world in
an automatic 'F' grade. Each student          business, engineering, or other
should be prepared for class, which           communication situations between different
means bringing a textbook and pen/pencil      groups of nationalities, this course should
to every class. All that is required of       prove beneficial in both professional and
students is to show up, be on time, do        leisure activities, whether the student
what is asked of them - homework,             needs to communicate with a foreign
assignments, etc., and to come in with a      business partner or just order a meal in a
positive attitude towards developing their    restaurant. The student should also feel
English. This class has been designed for     more comfortable using English or dealing
students of higher level English-speaking     with foreigners after completing this
ability, and all students who actively        course.
participate can get something out of it.




Obtaining a new copy of Communication         As English is now the de facto common
English 2 is mandatory. Having writing        language used around the world in
materials and a folder is necessary.          business, engineering, or other
Having a dictionary is recommended.           communication situations between different
                                              groups of nationalities, this course should
                                              prove beneficial in both professional and
                                              leisure activities, whether the student
                                              needs to communicate with a foreign
                                              business partner or just order a meal in a
                                              restaurant. The student should also feel
                                              more comfortable using English or dealing
                                              with foreigners after completing this
                                              course.




Students should be on time for class. If a    As English is now the de facto common
student misses 5 classes they will be given   language used around the world in
an automatic 'F' grade. Each student          business, engineering, or other
should be prepared for class, which           communication situations between different
means bringing a textbook and pen/pencil      groups of nationalities, this course should
to every class. All that is required of       prove beneficial in both professional and
students is to show up, be on time, do        leisure activities, whether the student
what is asked of them - homework,             needs to communicate with a foreign
assignments, etc., and to come in with a      business partner or just order a meal in a
positive attitude towards developing their    restaurant. The student should also feel
English. This class has been designed for     more comfortable using English or dealing
students who actively participate can get     with foreigners after completing this
something out of it.                          course.
The textbooks and a notebook will be   As English is now the de facto common
needed each week.                      language used around the world this
                                       course will prove beneficial in both
                                       professional and leisure activities, whether
                                       the student needs to communicate with a
                                       foreign business partner or just order a
                                       meal in a restaurant. The student should
                                       also feel more comfortable using English or
                                       dealing with foreigners after completing this
                                       course.




                                       This course should be beneficial for both
                                       professional and leisure pursuits, as it is
                                       the common language used between
                                       groups of nationalities in settings such as
                                       business, engineering, sports and tourism.
The basic requirements for the course are        As English is now the de facto common
the student’s attendance ad active               language used around the world in
participation. If students miss 30% of           business, engineering, or other
classes or more it will result in F grade.       communication requirements between
Likewise if students do not do a                 different groups of nationalities, this course
presentation or a speaking test it will result   should prove beneficial in both professional
in an F grade.                                   and leisure activities, whether the student
                                                 needs to communicate with a foreign
                                                 business partner or just order a meal in a
                                                 restaurant. The student should also feel
                                                 more comfortable using English or dealing
                                                 with foreigners after completing this
                                                 course.




The textbooks and a notebook will be             As English is now the de facto common
needed each week.                                language used around the world this
                                                 course will prove beneficial in both
                                                 professional and leisure activities, whether
                                                 the student needs to communicate with a
                                                 foreign business partner or just order a
                                                 meal in a restaurant. The student should
                                                 also feel more comfortable using English or
                                                 dealing with foreigners after completing this
                                                 course.

The basic requirements for the course are        As English is now the de facto common
the student’s attendance ad active               language used around the world in
participation. If students miss 30% of           business, engineering, or other
classes or more it will result in F grade.       communication requirements between
Likewise if students do not do a                 different groups of nationalities, this course
presentation or a speaking test it will result   should prove beneficial in both professional
in an F grade.                                   and leisure activities, whether the student
                                                 needs to communicate with a foreign
                                                 business partner or just order a meal in a
                                                 restaurant. The student should also feel
                                                 more comfortable using English or dealing
                                                 with foreigners after completing this
                                                 course.
Students are required to ALWAYS bring      As English is now the de facto common
their class materials (pen, book, paper,   language used around the world in
homework). Students are also required to   business, engineering, or other
participate.                               communication requirements between
                                           different groups of nationalities, this course
                                           should prove beneficial in both professional
                                           and leisure activities, whether the student
                                           needs to communicate with a foreign
                                           business partner or just order a meal in a
                                           restaurant. The student should also feel
                                           more comfortable using English or dealing
                                           with foreigners after completing this
                                           course.




Obtaining a new copy of Communication      As English is now the de facto common
English 2 is mandatory. Having writing     language used around the world in
materials and a folder is necessary.       business, engineering, or other
Having a dictionary is recommended.        communication situations between different
                                           groups of nationalities, this course should
                                           prove beneficial in both professional and
                                           leisure activities, whether the student
                                           needs to communicate with a foreign
                                           business partner or just order a meal in a
                                           restaurant. The student should also feel
                                           more comfortable using English or dealing
                                           with foreigners after completing this
                                           course.




                                           This course should be beneficial for both
                                           professional and leisure pursuits, as it is
                                           the common language used between
                                           groups of nationalities in settings such as
                                           business, engineering, sports and tourism.
The basic requirements for the course are        As English is now the de facto common
the student’s attendance ad active               language used around the world in
participation. If students miss 30% of           business, engineering, or other
classes or more it will result in F grade.       communication requirements between
Likewise if students do not do a                 different groups of nationalities, this course
presentation or a speaking test it will result   should prove beneficial in both professional
in an F grade.                                   and leisure activities, whether the student
                                                 needs to communicate with a foreign
                                                 business partner or just order a meal in a
                                                 restaurant. The student should also feel
                                                 more comfortable using English or dealing
                                                 with foreigners after completing this
                                                 course.




Students are required to ALWAYS bring            As English is now the de facto common
their class materials (pen, book, paper,         language used around the world in
homework). Students are also required to         business, engineering, or other
participate.                                     communication requirements between
                                                 different groups of nationalities, this course
                                                 should prove beneficial in both professional
                                                 and leisure activities, whether the student
                                                 needs to communicate with a foreign
                                                 business partner or just order a meal in a
                                                 restaurant. The student should also feel
                                                 more comfortable using English or dealing
                                                 with foreigners after completing this
                                                 course.




The basic requirements for the course are        As English is now the de facto common
the student’s attendance ad active               language used around the world in
participation. If students miss 30% of           business, engineering, or other
classes or more it will result in F grade.       communication requirements between
Likewise if students do not do a                 different groups of nationalities, this course
presentation or a speaking test it will result   should prove beneficial in both professional
in an F grade.                                   and leisure activities, whether the student
                                                 needs to communicate with a foreign
                                                 business partner or just order a meal in a
                                                 restaurant. The student should also feel
                                                 more comfortable using English or dealing
                                                 with foreigners after completing this
                                                 course.
Students are required to ALWAYS bring      As English is now the de facto common
their class materials (pen, book, paper,   language used around the world in
homework). Students are also required to   business, engineering, or other
participate.                               communication requirements between
                                           different groups of nationalities, this course
                                           should prove beneficial in both professional
                                           and leisure activities, whether the student
                                           needs to communicate with a foreign
                                           business partner or just order a meal in a
                                           restaurant. The student should also feel
                                           more comfortable using English or dealing
                                           with foreigners after completing this
                                           course.




Obtaining a new copy of Communication      As English is now the de facto common
English 2 is mandatory. Having writing     language used around the world in
materials and a folder is necessary.       business, engineering, or other
Having a dictionary is recommended.        communication situations between different
                                           groups of nationalities, this course should
                                           prove beneficial in both professional and
                                           leisure activities, whether the student
                                           needs to communicate with a foreign
                                           business partner or just order a meal in a
                                           restaurant. The student should also feel
                                           more comfortable using English or dealing
                                           with foreigners after completing this
                                           course.




Students are required to ALWAYS bring      As English is now the de facto common
their class materials (pen, book, paper,   language used around the world in
homework). Students are also required to   business, engineering, or other
participate.                               communication requirements between
                                           different groups of nationalities, this course
                                           should prove beneficial in both professional
                                           and leisure activities, whether the student
                                           needs to communicate with a foreign
                                           business partner or just order a meal in a
                                           restaurant. The student should also feel
                                           more comfortable using English or dealing
                                           with foreigners after completing this
                                           course.
                                                 This course should be beneficial for both
                                                 professional and leisure pursuits, as it is
                                                 the common language used between
                                                 groups of nationalities in settings such as
                                                 business, engineering, sports and
                                                 tourism.




Obtaining a new copy of Communication            As English is now the de facto common
English 2 is mandatory. Having writing           language used around the world in
materials and a folder is necessary.             business, engineering, or other
Having a dictionary is recommended.              communication situations between different
                                                 groups of nationalities, this course should
                                                 prove beneficial in both professional and
                                                 leisure activities, whether the student
                                                 needs to communicate with a foreign
                                                 business partner or just order a meal in a
                                                 restaurant. The student should also feel
                                                 more comfortable using English or dealing
                                                 with foreigners after completing this
                                                 course.




The basic requirements for the course are        As English is now the de facto common
the student’s attendance ad active               language used around the world in
participation. If students miss 30% of           business, engineering, or other
classes or more it will result in F grade.       communication requirements between
Likewise if students do not do a                 different groups of nationalities, this course
presentation or a speaking test it will result   should prove beneficial in both professional
in an F grade.                                   and leisure activities, whether the student
                                                 needs to communicate with a foreign
                                                 business partner or just order a meal in a
                                                 restaurant. The student should also feel
                                                 more comfortable using English or dealing
                                                 with foreigners after completing this
                                                 course.
Students are required to ALWAYS bring            As English is now the de facto common
their class materials (pen, book, paper,         language used around the world in
homework). Students are also required to         business, engineering, or other
participate.                                     communication requirements between
                                                 different groups of nationalities, this course
                                                 should prove beneficial in both professional
                                                 and leisure activities, whether the student
                                                 needs to communicate with a foreign
                                                 business partner or just order a meal in a
                                                 restaurant. The student should also feel
                                                 more comfortable using English or dealing
                                                 with foreigners after completing this
                                                 course.




The basic requirements for the course are        As English is now the de facto common
the student’s attendance ad active               language used around the world in
participation. If students miss 30% of           business, engineering, or other
classes or more it will result in F grade.       communication requirements between
Likewise if students do not do a                 different groups of nationalities, this course
presentation or a speaking test it will result   should prove beneficial in both professional
in an F grade.                                   and leisure activities, whether the student
                                                 needs to communicate with a foreign
                                                 business partner or just order a meal in a
                                                 restaurant. The student should also feel
                                                 more comfortable using English or dealing
                                                 with foreigners after completing this
                                                 course.




Students are required to ALWAYS bring            As English is now the de facto common
their class materials (pen, book, paper,         language used around the world in
homework). Students are also required to         business, engineering, or other
participate.                                     communication requirements between
                                                 different groups of nationalities, this course
                                                 should prove beneficial in both professional
                                                 and leisure activities, whether the student
                                                 needs to communicate with a foreign
                                                 business partner or just order a meal in a
                                                 restaurant. The student should also feel
                                                 more comfortable using English or dealing
                                                 with foreigners after completing this
                                                 course.
The textbooks and a notebook will be     As English is now the de facto common
needed each week.                        language used around the world this
                                         course will prove beneficial in both
                                         professional and leisure activities, whether
                                         the student needs to communicate with a
                                         foreign business partner or just order a
                                         meal in a restaurant. The student should
                                         also feel more comfortable using English or
                                         dealing with foreigners after completing this
                                         course.

Obtaining a new copy of Communication    As English is now the de facto common
English 2 is mandatory. Having writing   language used around the world in
materials and a folder is necessary.     business, engineering, or other
Having a dictionary is recommended.      communication situations between different
                                         groups of nationalities, this course should
                                         prove beneficial in both professional and
                                         leisure activities, whether the student
                                         needs to communicate with a foreign
                                         business partner or just order a meal in a
                                         restaurant. The student should also feel
                                         more comfortable using English or dealing
                                         with foreigners after completing this
                                         course.




Students must have completed
Communication Skills I or receive
permission from the instructor.

								
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