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									Major               Code    Course_title                   Professor
Liberal Education   10363-01 KOREAN LANGUAGE PRACTICE(1)


Liberal Education   10364-01 KOREAN LANGUAGE PRACTICE(2)


Liberal Education   10350-01 KOREAN LANGUAGE PRACTICE(3)


Liberal Education   10361-01 KOREAN HISTORY(LECTURE IN     Michael Clive Edward
                             ENGLISH)                      Finch




Liberal Education   20438-01 INTRODUCTION TO KOREAN        Michael Clive Edward
                             CULTURE(LECTURE IN ENGLISH)   Finch




Liberal Education   24487-01 NEGOTIATION(LECTURE IN        Christopher John
                             ENGLISH)                      Clugston
Liberal Education   20475-01 GENDER ISSUES IN              Kim, Hye-Soon
                             CONTEMPORARY KOREAN
                             SOCIETY(LECTURE IN ENGLISH)
Liberal Education   27789-78 CULTURE SEMINAR & WRITING   Choo Hui Park




Liberal Education   20857-35 UNDERSTANDING OF            Huitae (Isaac) Kim
                             CHRISTIANITY




Liberal Education   20857-36 UNDERSTANDING OF            Huitae (Isaac) Kim
                             CHRISTIANITY
Liberal Education   25800-01 BUSINESS APPLICATION   Robert George
                                                    Rittenhouse




Liberal Education   27254-01 MACROECONOMICS         Anton Douglas Nikias
Liberal Education   31028-01 LAW AND CIVILIZATION           Paul William Hanley




Liberal Education   27795-01 TAE-KWON-DO(KOREAN             Lee,Kyu Hyung
                             TRADITIONAL MARTIAL ARTS) II




Liberal Education   27796-01 ACADEMIC WIRITNG I(KAC)        Kenneth David Eckert




Liberal Education   27798-01 COMMUNICATION SKILLS I(KAC)    Michael Anthony Merritt

Liberal Education   29770-01 CALCULUS                       Aleksandar Georgiev
                                                            Stoimenov
Liberal Education   27695-03 INFORMATION RESOURCES IN      Kiduk Yang
                             SOCIAL SCIENCE
Liberal Education   27200-01 UNDERSTANDING WORK PLACE      Seo Jung Soo
                             IN KOREA:HISTORY, CULTURE
                             AND ECONOMY




Liberal Education   27673-01 PRINCIPLES OF INTERNATIONAL   Mondy Selle Gold
                             ECONOMICS
Liberal Education   25801-01 CROSS CULTURAL                Mondy Selle Gold
                             COMMUNICATION
Liberal Education   26503-01 FUNDAMENTALS OF POLITICAL     Ralf Arnold Havertz
                             SCIENCE




Liberal Education   26924-01 MICROECONOMICS                Mondy Selle Gold

Liberal Education   20627-01 KOREAN DANCE(LECTURE IN       LEE JONG HEE
                             ENGLISH)
Liberal Education   10036-01 A SURVEY OF CONTEMPORARY      Kim, Young Chul
                             KOREAN ECONOMY(LECTURE IN
                             ENGLISH)




Liberal Education   10150-01 CROSS-CULTURAL                Kim,Young-Kyu
                             COMMUNICATION(LECTURE IN
                             ENGLISH)




Liberal Education   10162-01 EAST-ASIAN RELATIONS(LECTURE Lee, Sang-Chul
                             IN ENGLISH)
Liberal Education   10271-01 INTERNATIONAL                  Byun, Jae Woong
                             MANAGEMENT(LECTURE IN
                             ENGLISH)




Liberal Education   10360-01 KOREAN GOVERNMENT &            Park, Se Jeong
                             POLITICS(LECTURE IN ENGLISH)




Liberal Education   20468-01 THE FEATURES OF KOREAN       Bae, Ji-Hyun
                             TRADITIONAL FOODS(LECTURE IN
                             ENGLISH)
Department of   26078-01 HUMAN RESOURCE                Hankyu Chu
International            MANAGEMENT
Business




Department of   27264-01 CONSUMER BEHAVIOR             Choo Hui Park
International
Business




Department of   27917-01 CURRENT TOPICS IN MARKETING   Choo Hui Park
International
Business
Department of   27931-01 ENTERPRENEURSHIP     Hankyu Chu
International
Business




Department of   27992-01 PROJECT MANAGEMENT   Mondy Selle Gold
International
Business
Department of   27993-01 PROMOTION            Choo Hui Park
International
Business
Department of   31017-01 KOREAN BUSINESS AND   Somkiat Mansumtrchai
International            ECONOMY
Business




Department of   10413-01 POLITICAL PROCESS     Kim,Jin Ha
International
Relations




Department of   26510-01 EU POLITICS           Ralf Arnold Havertz
International
Relations
Department of   26511-01 THEORY OF INTERNATIONAL   Steven Bond Shirley
International            RELATIONS
Relations




Department of   27903-01 AMERICAN POLITICS         Kim,Jin Ha
International
Relations




Department of   27979-01 NEGOTIATIONS & CONFLICT   Paul William Hanley
International            RESOLUTION
Relations




Department of   27995-01 POLITICAL ECONOMY IN      Ralf Arnold Havertz
International            ADVANCED INDUSTRIALIZED
Relations                COUNTRIES
Department of   28874-01 SOUTHEAST ASIA IN THE GLOBAL Steven Bond Shirley
International            WORLD
Relations




Department of   29888-01 TECHNICAL WRITING              Michael Anthony Merritt
International
Relations
Department of   31019-01 HUMAN RIGHTS LAW               Paul William Hanley
International
Relations
Major in Microsoft   27257-01 .NET WINDOWS CLIENT            Robert George
Information                   PROGRAMMING                    Rittenhouse
Technology




Major in Microsoft   27955-01 IT NEW TREND AND RESEARCH      Robert George
Information                   BIZ                            Rittenhouse
Technology

Korean Language      30168-01 TRANSLATION:THEORY AND
and Literature                PRACTICE(LECTURE IN ENGLISH)
Korean Language      30169-01 NATIONAL AND INTERNATIONAL
and Literature                CHILDREN'S
                              LITERATURE(LECTURE IN
                              ENGLISH)
English Language     13110-01 HISTORY OF AMERICAN            Hwang,Jae Kwang
and Literature                LITERATURE
English Language   13110-03 HISTORY OF AMERICAN     Wiebke Beatrice Omnus
and Literature              LITERATURE




English Language   26735-01 WRITING ABOUT ENGLISH   Wiebke Beatrice Omnus
and Literature              LITERATURE(LECTURE IN
                            ENGLISH)
English Language   26736-01 CREATIVE WRITING IN           Wiebke Beatrice Omnus
and Literature              ENGLISH(LECTURE IN ENGLISH)




English Language   30563-01 ENGLISH CONVERSATION(2)       Julie Dawn Rushik
and Literature
English Language   30563-02 ENGLISH CONVERSATION(2)   David Jeremy Lyons
and Literature
English Language   30563-03 ENGLISH CONVERSATION(2)   Stephen Muir McGuckin
and Literature




English Language   30563-04 ENGLISH CONVERSATION(2)   Bradley T. Smock
and Literature
English Language   30563-05 ENGLISH CONVERSATION(2)   Julie Dawn Rushik
and Literature




English Language   30563-06 ENGLISH CONVERSATION(2)   David Jeremy Lyons
and Literature
English Language   30563-07 ENGLISH CONVERSATION(2)   Daniel Todd Parker
and Literature
English Language   30563-08 ENGLISH CONVERSATION(2)   Stephen Muir McGuckin
and Literature




English Language   30563-09 ENGLISH CONVERSATION(2)   Bradley T. Smock
and Literature
English Language   30563-10 ENGLISH CONVERSATION(2)   Daniel Todd Parker
and Literature




English Language   30564-01 ENGLISH COMPOSITION       Bradley T. Smock
and Literature
English Language   30564-02 ENGLISH COMPOSITION   Stephen Muir McGuckin
and Literature
English Language   30564-03 ENGLISH COMPOSITION   David Jeremy Lyons
and Literature




English Language   30564-04 ENGLISH COMPOSITION   Julie Dawn Rushik
and Literature
English Language   30564-05 ENGLISH COMPOSITION   Daniel Todd Parker
and Literature
English Language   30564-06 ENGLISH COMPOSITION   Stephen Muir McGuckin
and Literature




English Language   30564-07 ENGLISH COMPOSITION   Bradley T. Smock
and Literature
English Language   30564-08 ENGLISH COMPOSITION   David Jeremy Lyons
and Literature




English Language   30564-09 ENGLISH COMPOSITION   Julie Dawn Rushik
and Literature
English Language   30564-10 ENGLISH COMPOSITION   Daniel Todd Parker
and Literature
German Language    31025-01 LEARNING GERMAN WITH   Roman Wolfgang Lach
and Literature              POETRY




Russian Language   14733-01 CURRENT RUSSIAN        Eduard De
and Literature




Russian Language   20014-01 PRACTICE OF RUSSIAN    Eduard De
and Literature              INTONATION
Russian Language   24818-01 UNDERSTANDING RUSSIAN          Eduard De
and Literature              FOLKLORE




Theology           30985-01 MODERN CHRISTIAN MISSIONS      Stanley Stephen
                                                           MacLean




Theology           30986-01 CHRISTIANITY AND THE           Stanley Stephen
                            RELIGIONS OF THE WORLD         MacLean




History            25218-01 VISUAL MODERN AND              John Eric Marot
                            CONTEMPORARY HISTORY
History            30435-01 TOPICS ON THE AMERICAN         John Eric Marot
                            HISTORY(LECTURE IN ENGLISH))
History            30437-01 TOPICS ON THE WESTERN          John Eric Marot
                            CONTEMPORARY
                            HISTORY(LECTURE IN ENGLISH))
Korean Studies     29791-01 CULTURE THROUGH ENGLISH        Michael Clive Edward
                            2(LECTURE IN ENGLISH)          Finch
Education         11494-01 EDUCATION & ECONOMY         Peter Gregory Ghazarian




Education         30981-01 INTRODUCTORY READINGS IN    Peter Gregory Ghazarian
                           EDUCATION




Early Childhood   15755-01 PHILOSOPHY AND HISTORY OF   Mia Youhne
Education                  EARLY CHILDHOOD EDUCATION
Early Childhood     23951-01 SAFETY MANAGEMENT FOR   Mia Youhne
Education                    CHILDREN




English Education   19769-01 ENGLISH COMPOSITION     Daniel Ryan Keller
                             1(LECTURE IN ENGLISH)




English Education   27218-01 ACADEMIC READING &      Daniel Ryan Keller
                             REFLECTION(LECTURE IN
                             ENGLISH)
English Education   28915-01 TEACHING READING AND WRITING Daniel Ryan Keller




American Studies    17604-01 ELEMENTARY ENGLISH             Margaret Elizabeth
                             CONVERSATION                   Scates




American Studies    17604-02 ELEMENTARY ENGLISH             Robert Thomas Albrecht
                             CONVERSATION
American Studies   17604-03 ELEMENTARY ENGLISH           Nam, Mi Young
                            CONVERSATION




American Studies   28716-01 ELEMENTARY ENGLISH WRITING   William Eugene
                                                         Cartwright




American Studies   28716-02 ELEMENTARY ENGLISH WRITING   Margaret Elizabeth
                                                         Scates
American Studies   28716-03 ELEMENTARY ENGLISH WRITING   Robert Thomas Albrecht




American Studies   17604-51 ELEMENTARY ENGLISH           Robert Thomas Albrecht
                            CONVERSATION




European Studies   28125-01 BASIC ENGLISH PRACTICE IN    Seanan Clifford
                            EUROPEAN STUDIES(2)




European Studies   28125-02 BASIC ENGLISH PRACTICE IN    Seanan Clifford
                            EUROPEAN STUDIES(2)
European Studies   28899-01 PRACTICAL ENGLISH          Seanan Clifford
                            CONVERSATION IN EUROPEAN
                            STUDIES(2)




European Studies   28899-02 PRACTICAL ENGLISH          Seanan Clifford
                            CONVERSATION IN EUROPEAN
                            STUDIES(2)




International      11812-03 INTERNATIONAL TRADE        Lee, Ki Dong
Commerce
International   12928-01 TRADE STATISTICS             Seo Jung Soo
Commerce




International   15631-04 FOREIGN EXCHANGE             Sunghee Choi
Commerce




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




International   29302-02 BUSINESS LAW II(LECTURE IN    Eunok Pauline Paik
Commerce                 ENGLISH)




E-Trade         24083-01 ENGLISH PRESENTATION SKILLS   Hohyung Lee
Business         21267-09 PRODUCTION AND OPERATIONS   Byeonghwa Park
Administration            MANAGEMENT
Business         16751-07 STRATEGIC MANAGEMENT      Byeonghwa Park
Administration




Business         21025-10 PRINCIPLES OF MARKETING
Administration
Business         21708-10 HUMAN RESOURCE              Man Kee Choe
Administration            MANAGEMENT




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




Hotel and Tourism   11299-01 TOURIST ENGLISH(2)        Albertus Van Niekerk

Hotel and Tourism   22015-01 PLANNIG OF CONVENTION &   Jeong, Woo Cheol
                             EXHIBITION
Hotel and Tourism   11299-51 TOURIST ENGLISH(2)        Albertus Van Niekerk
Management          10864-03 INTRODUCTION TO MANAGEMENT John Yohahn Kim
Information Systems          INFORMATION SYSTEMS




Management          20059-01 INTERNET COMMUNICATION     Kyung Jin Cha
Information Systems
Management          10857-51 MIS   John Yohahn Kim
Information Systems
Management          14759-51 SYSTEM ANALYSIS AND DESIGN   John Yohahn Kim
Information Systems




Management          20059-51 INTERNET COMMUNICATION       Kyung Jin Cha
Information Systems
Journalism & Visual 21518-01 VIDEO MARKETING            Chun Suk Yoon
Communication




Journalism & Visual 24936-01 PRODUCTION OF BROADCASTING Chun Suk Yoon
Communication                NEWS
Journalism & Visual 25101-01 ADVANCED COURSE FOR            Chun Suk Yoon
Communication                CURRENT ENGLISH




Psychology            15087-04 INTRODUCTION TO PSYCHOLOGY Endre Erik Kadar

Psychology            25457-02 PSYCHOLOGY OF CREATIVITY     Endre Erik Kadar

Psychology            29184-01 SURVEY OF                    Endre Erik Kadar
                               PSYCHOLOGY(LECTURE IN
                               ENGLISH)
Library and           29410-01 INTERNET                     Kiduk Yang
Information Science            TECHNOLOGY(LECTURE IN
                               ENGLISH)
Library and           29412-01 WEB PROGRAMMING(LECTURE IN Kiduk Yang
Information Science            ENGLISH)




Social Welfare        28308-01 DATA ANALYSIS FOR SOCIAL        Hoe, Maanse
                               WELFARE




Public Administration 27928-01 ENGLISH FOR PUBLIC              Robert John Dickey
                               ADMINISTRATION(2) (LECTURE IN
                               ENGLISH)
Public Administration 28833-01 ENGLISH READINGS IN PUBLIC      Robert John Dickey
                               ADMINISTRATION




Public Administration 27928-51 ENGLISH FOR PUBLIC              Robert John Dickey
                               ADMINISTRATION(2) (LECTURE IN
                               ENGLISH)




Political Science   31001-01 EAST ASIAN CIVILIZATION           James Christopher
                                                               Schopf
Political Science   31002-01 EAST ASIAN POLITICS            James Christopher
                                                            Schopf




Police Administration 29079-01 THE PSYCHOLOGY OF CRIME &
                               THE TREATMENT OF THE
                               OFFENDER(LECTURE IN ENGLISH)
Police Administration 29080-01 POLICING & THE MANAGEMENT
                               OF POLICE
                               ORGANIZATIONS(LECTURE IN
                               ENGLISH)
Police Administration 29081-01 INTRODUCTION TO CRIMINAL
                               JUSTICE(LECTURE IN ENGLISH)
Law                   13226-01 SEMINAR IN CIVIL PRIVITE LAW Lee Myeong Whan

Law                 27252-01 INTRODUCTION TO INTELLECTUAL Christopher John
                             PROPERTY LAW (LECTURE IN     Clugston
                             ENGLISH)
Law                 11867-51 INTERNATIONAL TRADE LAW      Christopher John
                                                          Clugston
Law                 27252-51 INTRODUCTION TO INTELLECTUAL Christopher John
                             PROPERTY LAW (LECTURE IN     Clugston
                             ENGLISH)
Police Law    31003-01 WHITE COLLAR CRIME             Bruce William Klaw




Police Law    28101-01 INTERNATIONAL CRIMINAL LAW     Bruce William Klaw




Police Law    29414-01 CRIME PREVENTION(LECTURE IN    Bruce William Klaw
                       ENGLISH)




Mathematics   28378-01 MATHEMATICS EDUCATION          Aleksandar Georgiev
                       ENGLISH(LECTURE IN ENGLISH)    Stoimenov




Statistics    28760-01 TOPICS IN STATISTICS(LECTURE   Zhiming Luo
                       IN ENGLISH)
Statistics    30069-01 ADVANCED MATHEMATICAL          Zhiming Luo
                       STATISTICS(1)(LECTURE IN
                       ENGILSH)
Chemistry   14121-01 BIOCHEMISTRY(2) & EXPERIMENT Victor Sukbong Hong




Chemistry   15734-01 EXPERIMENT OF ORGANIC         More Kunal Nandkumar
                     CHEMISTRY(II)



Chemistry   15734-02 EXPERIMENT OF ORGANIC         More Kunal Nandkumar
                     CHEMISTRY(II)



Chemistry   22370-01 SPECIAL TOPICS IN CHEMISTRY   Victor Sukbong Hong
                     (2)




Biology     13333-01 RADIATION BIOLOGY             Damodaran,
                                                   Puthanveettil Narayanan
                                                   Kutty




Biology     14803-01 PLANT PHYSIOLOGY              Damodaran,
                                                   Puthanveettil Narayanan
                                                   Kutty
Biology          30586-01 PLANT BREEDING                Damodaran,
                                                        Puthanveettil Narayanan
                                                        Kutty




Microbiology     13175-01 MICROBIAL ECOLOGY             Juthika Kundu

Microbiology     13192-01 MICROBIAL SEMINAR             Juthika Kundu

Architectural    20667-02 DESIGN OF ARCHITECTURAL      Martina Guenther
Engineering               ENGINEERING (2)
Architectural    30277-01 CLIMATECTURE(LECTURE IN      Martina Guenther
Engineering               ENGLISH)
Urban Planning   27834-01 DRAWING IN URBAN PLANNING(2) Raffaele Pernice

Urban Planning   28167-01 URBAN DESIGN STUDIO(2)        Raffaele Pernice

Architecture     27829-02 FUNDAMENTAL ARCHITECTURAL     Jan Georg Schabert
                          DESIGN STUDIO
Mechanical and   15340-03 HEAT TRANSFER                 Gopala Pillai Rajesh
Automotive
Engineering
Mechanical and   20421-01 AUTOMATION DESIGN             Hyun-Myung Shin
Automotive
Engineering




Mechanical and   20421-02 AUTOMATION DESIGN             Hyun-Myung Shin
Automotive
Engineering




Mechanical and   20421-03 AUTOMATION DESIGN             Hyun-Myung Shin
Automotive
Engineering
Mechanical and    21637-04 FLUID DYNAMICS                Gopala Pillai Rajesh
Automotive
Engineering
Chemical          30434-01 ORGANIC CHEMISTRY FOR      Haakil Lee
Engineering                CHEMICAL ENGINEERS(LECTURE
                           IN ENGLISH))




Chemical System   21478-01 ENERGY ENGINEERING            Ragupathy
Technology                                               Dhanusuraman


Chemical System   28513-01 TOPICS IN APPLIED CHEMISTRY(2) Ragupathy
Technology                                                Dhanusuraman


Nursing           15113-02 PEDIATRIC NURSING(2)          Ivy Lynne Alcazar-
                                                         Bejerano
Nursing   23055-01 NURSING ACTION ENGLISH   Ivy Lynne Alcazar-
                                            Bejerano




Nursing   28025-02 NURSING MANAGEMENT(2)    Lim, Kyung Hee
Nursing          23055-51 NURSING ACTION ENGLISH   Ivy Lynne Alcazar-
                                                   Bejerano




Textile Design   23590-01 BRAND PROCESSING         Ha Jeong Chung




Textile Design   28743-01 TEXTILE DESIGN           Ha Jeong Chung
Textile Design        28743-02 TEXTILE DESIGN           Ha Jeong Chung




Textile Design        28751-01 TEXTILE PORTFPLIO        Ha Ji Yon




Textile Design        28752-01 TEXTILE PRODUCT DESIGN   Ha Jeong Chung




Consumer              14495-02 CONSUMPTION CULTURE      Anna Ellen Mudukuti
Information Science
Consumer              17114-02 HOUSING                        Anna Ellen Mudukuti
Information Science




Consumer              27848-01 CONSUMER RESEARCH              Anna Ellen Mudukuti
Information Science            PRACTICE




Consumer              30276-01 GLOBAL CONSUMER              Anna Ellen Mudukuti
Information Science            BEHAVIOR(LECTURE IN ENGLISH)
Voice           15459-01 ENGLISH DICTION                HYE JUNG KANG




Painting        30071-01 ARTSPEAK:ENGLISH FOR ART      Chaeki Freya Synn
                         MAJORS(2)(LECTURE IN ENGLISH)




Crafts Design   27301-01 FIBER & FABRIC                 Karin Rebekah
                         EXPLORATION(LECTURE IN         Soderholm
                         ENGLISH)




Crafts Design   27301-02 FIBER & FABRIC                 Karin Rebekah
                         EXPLORATION(LECTURE IN         Soderholm
                         ENGLISH)
Crafts Design   30609-01 DESIGN FOR CRAFT               Karin Rebekah
                                                        Soderholm




Crafts Design   30609-02 DESIGN FOR CRAFT               Karin Rebekah
                                                        Soderholm




Photo Design    26762-01 BLACK & WHITE                  Richard Lee Smathers Jr.
                         PRINTING(LECTURE IN ENGLISH)
Photo Design    26762-02 BLACK & WHITE                  Richard Lee Smathers Jr.
                         PRINTING(LECTURE IN ENGLISH)




Interior &      27199-01 COMPUTER AIDED DESIGN &        Edwin Stephen Skorski
Environmental            DRAFTING 2                     Ⅲ
Design
Interior &      27199-02 COMPUTER AIDED DESIGN &   Edwin Stephen Skorski
Environmental            DRAFTING 2                Ⅲ
Design




Interior &      28197-01 DESIGN STUDIO 5           Edwin Stephen Skorski
Environmental                                      Ⅲ
Design
Fashion Design   12047-02 BASIC SEWING   Precious Denita Lovell
Fashion Design   25162-02 ART WEAR   Precious Denita Lovell
Fashion Design      26174-02 PATTERN MAKING 1       Precious Denita Lovell




Fashion Marketing   23546-01 FASHION DISTRIBUTION   Yoh,Eun Ah
Physical Education   30432-01 BADMINTON TECHNICAL         Angelita Bautista Cruz
                              OFFICIATING(LECTURE IN
                              ENGLISH))




Sports and Leisure   28983-01 STUDY OF INTERNATIONAL      Hongbum Shin
Studies                       LEISURE & RECREATION
                              STUDY(LECTURE IN ENGLISH)




Taekwondo            17971-05 THEORY OF TRAINING          Willy Augustinus Pieter




Taekwondo            30429-01 RESEARCH METHODS FOR        Willy Augustinus Pieter
                              TAEKWONDO(LECTURE IN
                              ENGLISH)
Taekwondo         30430-01 GROWTH & DEVELOPMENT FOR       Willy Augustinus Pieter
                           TAEKWONDO(LECTURE IN
                           ENGLISH)



Sport Marketing   27909-01 COMMUNICATION IN SPORTS        Hyunduck Kim
                           MARKETING II(LECTURE IN
                           ENGLISH)




Game & Mobile     26874-01 FUTURE GAME TECHNOLOGY         Cathal McCosker
Contents




Game & Mobile     26414-01 LINEAR ALGEBRA AND           Kim Koon Chan
Contents                   GEOMETRY(LECTURE IN ENGLISH)




Game & Mobile     26415-01 COMPUTER ENVIRONMENT         Matthew Allen Casanova
Contents                   I(LECTURE IN ENGLISH)
Game & Mobile     26416-01 HIGH LEVEL PROGRAMMING I:THE Matthew Allen Casanova
Contents                   C PROGRAMMING LANGUAGE
                           (LECTURE IN ENGLISH)
Game & Mobile     26417-01 COMPOSITION(LECTURE IN       Dario Silvestri
Contents                   ENGLISH)
Game & Mobile     26418-01 ART APPRECIATION
Contents
Game & Mobile     26419-01 PROJECT                     David Wen Hua Ly
Contents                   INTRODUCTION(LECTURE IN
                           ENGLISH)
Game & Mobile     26428-01 COMPUTER GRAPHICS I(LECTURE Vadim Valeryevich Surov
Contents                   IN ENGLISH)
Game & Mobile   26429-01 ADVANCED C/C++(LECTURE IN    Vadim Valeryevich Surov
Contents                 ENGLISH)
Game & Mobile   26430-01 OPERATING SYSTEM I:MAN-      Matthew Allen Casanova
Contents                 MACHINE INTERFACE(LECTURE IN
                         ENGLISH)
Game & Mobile   26431-01 MOTION DYNAMICS(LECTURE IN   Choi, Jung Zae
Contents                 ENGLISH)




Game & Mobile   26432-01 PROJECT II-A(LECTURE IN        David Wen Hua Ly
Contents                 ENGLISH)
Game & Mobile   26862-02 COMPUTER GRAPHICS 2            Mankyu Sung
Contents




Game & Mobile   26869-02 GAME PROJECT 1                 Mankyu Sung
Contents




Game & Mobile   27314-01 VECTOR CALCULUS II(LECTURE IN
Contents                 ENGLISH)
Game & Mobile   27815-01 HIGH LEVEL PROGRAMMING I      Matthew Allen Casanova
Contents                 LAB(LECTURE IN ENGLISH)
Game & Mobile   30170-01 SMART PHONE                   KIM, Taesik
Contents                 APPLACATIONS(LECTURE IN
                         ENGLISH)
Game & Mobile   27895-01 3D GAME AUTHORING PRACTICE   Cathal McCosker
Contents




Theater         29896-01 THEATRE                      Marina Raznochintseva
                         BIOMECHANICS(LECTURE IN
                         ENGLISH)




Theater         30438-01 THEATRE                      Marina Raznochintseva
                         EURHYTHMICS(LECTURE IN
                         ENGLISH)




Theater         30439-01 PLASTIC ACTING(LECTURE IN    Marina Raznochintseva
                         ENGLISH)
Music Production   29712-01 DIGITAL PIANO CLASS 2(LECTURE Kyungyoon John Nam
                            IN ENGLISH)




Music Production   29712-02 DIGITAL PIANO CLASS 2(LECTURE
                            IN ENGLISH)
Pharmacy           30956-01 PHARMACY SEMINAR              Joydeb Kumar Kundu




Pharmacy           30972-01 CANCER BIOLOGY                Joydeb Kumar Kundu




Pharmacy           31026-01 HUMAN PHYSIOLOGY              Joydeb Kumar Kundu
Pharmaceutics       30972-02 CANCER BIOLOGY       Joydeb Kumar Kundu




Pharmaceutics       31026-02 HUMAN PHYSIOLOGY     Joydeb Kumar Kundu




Liberal Education   27116-05 ACADEMIC ENGLISH Ⅲ   Kenneth David Eckert




Liberal Education   27116-06 ACADEMIC ENGLISH Ⅲ   Michael Anthony Merritt
Liberal Education   27116-07 ACADEMIC ENGLISH Ⅲ        Kenneth David Eckert




Liberal Education   27133-08 COMMUNICATION ENGLISH Ⅰ   Steven Michael Ives




Liberal Education   27133-09 COMMUNICATION ENGLISH Ⅰ   Rodney Alan Hambel
Liberal Education   27133-10 COMMUNICATION ENGLISH Ⅰ   Jared Paul Compton




Liberal Education   27133-11 COMMUNICATION ENGLISH Ⅰ   Cathal McCosker




Liberal Education   27133-12 COMMUNICATION ENGLISH Ⅰ   Rodney Alan Hambel
Liberal Education   27133-13 COMMUNICATION ENGLISH Ⅰ   Lynda Marie Roach




Liberal Education   27133-14 COMMUNICATION ENGLISH Ⅰ   Peter Germann

Liberal Education   27133-15 COMMUNICATION ENGLISH Ⅰ   Steven Michael Ives




Liberal Education   27133-01 COMMUNICATION ENGLISH Ⅰ   Jay Alexander Robinson
Liberal Education   27133-02 COMMUNICATION ENGLISH Ⅰ   Mark Anthony Melican




Liberal Education   27133-03 COMMUNICATION ENGLISH Ⅰ   Peter Germann

Liberal Education   27133-04 COMMUNICATION ENGLISH Ⅰ   Cathal McCosker




Liberal Education   27133-05 COMMUNICATION ENGLISH Ⅰ   Steven Michael Ives
Liberal Education   27133-06 COMMUNICATION ENGLISH Ⅰ   Rodney Alan Hambel




Liberal Education   27133-07 COMMUNICATION ENGLISH Ⅰ   Lynda Marie Roach




Liberal Education   27133-16 COMMUNICATION ENGLISH Ⅰ   Mark Anthony Melican
Liberal Education   27133-17 COMMUNICATION ENGLISH Ⅰ   Lynda Marie Roach




Liberal Education   27133-18 COMMUNICATION ENGLISH Ⅰ

Liberal Education   27133-19 COMMUNICATION ENGLISH Ⅰ   Steven Michael Ives




Liberal Education   27133-20 COMMUNICATION ENGLISH Ⅰ   Rodney Alan Hambel




Liberal Education   27133-21 COMMUNICATION ENGLISH Ⅰ

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ac.kr           Thu09:00~10:15(사325)




danyoon@kmu.   3 Mon10:30~11:45
ac.kr           Wed09:00~10:15(사240)
danyoon@kmu.    3 Mon09:00~10:15
ac.kr            Wed10:30~11:45(사325)




endre.kadar@p   3 Tue15:00~16:15
ort.ac.uk        Thu16:30~17:45(사240)
endre.kadar@p   3 Tue10:30~11:45
ort.ac.uk        Thu09:00~10:15(사167)
endre.kadar@p   3 Wed12:00~13:15
ort.ac.uk        Fri10:30~11:45(사167)

kiyang@kmu.ac   3 Tue15:00~16:15
.kr              Thu16:30~17:45(사346)
kiyang@kmu.ac    3 Tue13:30~14:45
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maanse@kmu.      3 Wed13:30~14:45
ac.kr             Fri09:00~10:15(사351)




rjdickey@kmu.a   3 Mon10:30~11:45
c.kr              Wed09:00~10:15(사429)
rjdickey@kmu.a   3 Tue13:30~14:45
c.kr              Fri12:00~13:15(사319)




rjdickey@kmu.a   3 Mon20:30~22:05
c.kr              Wed18:50~19:35(사240)




jcschopf@kmu.    3 Tue09:00~10:15
ac.kr             Thu10:30~11:45(사429)
jcschopf@kmu.    3 Mon15:00~16:15
ac.kr             Wed16:30~17:45(사431)




                 3 Tue12:00~13:15
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                 3 Wed13:30~14:45
                  Fri09:00~10:15(쉐106)
mwy229@kmu.      2 Tue10:30~12:20(쉐303)
ac.kr
cjclugston@yah   3 Wed15:00~16:15
oo.com            Fri16:30~17:45(쉐407)

cjclugston@yah   3 Mon18:00~19:35
oo.com            Thu18:00~18:45(사325)
cjclugston@yah   3 Wed19:40~20:25
oo.com            Fri18:00~19:35(사319)
bruceklaw@km    3 Mon16:30~17:45
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bruceklaw@km    3 Tue15:00~16:15
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bruceklaw@km    3 Mon15:00~16:15
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stoimeno@stoi   3 Tue10:30~11:45
menov.net        Thu09:00~10:15(백325)




zhimingluo@km   3 Tue12:00~13:15
u.ac.kr           Fri13:30~14:45(백212)
zhimingluo@km   3 Mon09:00~10:15
u.ac.kr           Wed10:30~11:45(백212)
victorh@kmu.ac   3 Tue09:00~10:15
.kr               Thu10:30~11:45(백424)




kunalm@kmu.a     2 Tue14:00~17:50(백253)
c.kr



kunalm@kmu.a     2 Fri09:00~12:50(백253)
c.kr



victorh@kmu.ac   3 Tue10:30~11:45
.kr               Thu09:00~10:15(백301)




pndamo@kmu.      3 Mon13:30~14:45
ac.kr             Thu12:00~13:15(백103)




pndamo@kmu.      3 Mon12:00~13:15
ac.kr             Thu13:30~14:45(백225)
pndamo@kmu.       3 Tue13:30~14:45
ac.kr                 Fri12:00~13:15(백103)




juthika23@yaho    3 Tue12:00~13:15
o.com                 Fri13:30~14:45(백360)
juthika23@yaho    3 Wed15:00~16:15
o.com                 Fri16:30~17:45(백360)
guenther@kmu.     3 Tue10:30~13:20
ac.kr                 Thu10:30~13:20(공2322)
guenther@kmu.     3   Tue15:00~16:15
ac.kr                 Thu16:30~17:45(공2306)
raffaelepernice   3   Tue09:00~10:50
@hotmail.com          Thu09:00~10:50(공2402)
raffaelepernice   3   Mon16:00~17:50
@hotmail.com          Thu16:00~17:50(공2402)
schabert@archi    3   Thu13:00~18:45(미지정)
tekturusw.de
rajesh@kmu.ac     3 Wed13:30~14:45
.kr                   Fri09:00~10:15(공4518)

hmshin@kmu.a      3 Wed14:00~15:50(공4002)11:
c.kr                  00~12:50(공4316)




hmshin@kmu.a      3 Wed11:00~12:50(공4316)
c.kr                  Fri09:00~10:50(공4002)




hmshin@kmu.a      3 Wed11:00~12:50(공4316)
c.kr                  Fri11:00~12:50(공4002)
rajesh@kmu.ac    3 Tue10:30~11:45
.kr               Thu09:00~10:15(공4518)

leehaakil@kmu.   3 Tue09:00~10:15
ac.kr             Thu10:30~11:45(공3017)




dkragupathy@k    3 Tue13:30~14:45
mu.ac.kr          Fri12:00~13:15(공3306)


dkragupathy@k    3 Wed12:00~13:15
mu.ac.kr          Fri10:30~11:45(공3306)


ibalcazar@kmu.   3 Tue16:00~17:15
ac.kr             Thu16:30~17:45(N401)
ibalcazar@kmu.   2 Wed13:00~14:50(N212)
ac.kr




khlim7@kmu.ac    2 Fri09:00~10:45(N212)
.kr
ibalcazar@kmu.   2 Wed18:00~19:35(N413)
ac.kr




chunghj@kmu.a    3 Thu14:00~17:50(대쉐207)
c.kr




chunghj@kmu.a    3 Wed09:00~12:50(문405)
c.kr
chunghj@kmu.a   3 Tue14:00~17:50(문405)
c.kr




hajytex@kmu.a   3 Wed09:00~12:50(대쉐207)
c.kr



chunghj@kmu.a   3 Fri09:00~12:50(대쉐303)
c.kr




mudukuti@kmu    3 Mon09:00~10:15
.ac.kr           Wed10:30~11:45(사431)
mudukuti@kmu   3 Mon15:00~16:15
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mudukuti@kmu   3 Wed12:00~13:50
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mudukuti@kmu   3 Tue12:00~13:15
.ac.kr          Fri13:30~14:45(사240)
jung27@kmu.ac    2 Mon11:00~12:50(음B108)
.kr




chaekisynn@k     3 Tue15:00~16:15
mu.ac.kr          Thu16:30~17:45(윌501)




karinsoderholm   3 Thu14:00~17:50(윌403)
@yahoo.com




karinsoderholm   3 Wed14:00~17:50(윌403)
@yahoo.com
karinsoderholm    3 Mon14:00~17:50(윌303)
@yahoo.com




karinsoderholm    3 Tue09:00~12:50(윌303)
@yahoo.com




photoevangelist   3 Fri09:00~12:50(WedB200)
@kmu.ac.kr
photoevangelist   3 Tue14:00~17:50(WedB200)
@kmu.ac.kr




sskorski@kmu.     3 Tue09:00~12:50(미지정)
ac.kr
sskorski@kmu.   3 Thu09:00~12:50(미지정)
ac.kr




sskorski@kmu.   3 Thu14:00~19:35(미지정)
ac.kr
pdlove@kmu.ac   3 Mon14:00~17:50(문305)
.kr
pdlove@kmu.ac   3 Wed09:00~12:50(문301)
.kr
pdlove@kmu.ac   3 Thu14:00~17:50(문305)
.kr




yoheunah@kmu    3 Mon09:00~10:15
.ac.kr           Wed10:30~11:45(문202)
angelitabcruz@   3 Tue14:00~15:50(체107)
kmu.ac.kr         Wed14:00~15:50(체육관)




shinhb@kmu.ac    3 Tue10:30~11:45
.kr               Thu09:00~10:15(체107)




willyp@kmu.ac.   3 Mon15:00~16:15
kr                Wed16:30~17:45(태105)




willyp@kmu.ac.   3 Tue10:30~11:45
kr                Thu09:00~10:15(태104)
willyp@kmu.ac.   3 Mon10:30~11:45
kr                   Wed09:00~10:15(태105)




kimgolf@kmu.a    3 Mon13:30~14:45
c.kr                 Thu12:00~13:15(체108)




27564@gw.kmu     3 Tue12:00~13:15
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kmkim@kmu.a      4 Mon14:00~15:50
c.kr                 Wed14:00~15:50(비306)




mcasanov@digi    4 Mon09:00~10:50
pen.edu              Wed09:00~10:50(비306)
mcasanov@digi    3 Tue15:00~16:15
pen.edu              Thu16:30~17:45(비308)

stario@kmu.ac.   3
kr
                 2

davidly85@kmu    3 Tue12:00~13:15
.ac.kr               Thu14:00~15:15(비308)

surov_vadim@y    3 Tue10:30~11:45
ahoo.com             Thu09:00~10:15(비305)
surov_vadim@y    3 Wed12:00~13:15
ahoo.com          Fri10:30~11:45(비305)
mcasanov@digi    3 Tue16:30~17:45
pen.edu           Fri15:00~16:15(비304)

choij@kmu.ac.k   3 Mon09:00~10:15
r                 Wed10:30~11:45(비304)




davidly85@kmu    4 Mon11:00~12:50
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mksung@kmu.      3 Tue10:30~11:45
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mksung@kmu.      3 Mon13:30~14:45
ac.kr             Thu12:00~13:15(Wed407-1)




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mcasanov@digi    1 Tue09:00~10:50(비308)
pen.edu
tskim@kmu.ac.    3 Mon15:00~16:15
kr                Wed13:30~14:45(Wed407-
                  2)
27564@gw.kmu     3 Tue15:00~16:50
.ac.kr            Wed15:00~16:50(Wed407-
                  1)




marina07r@mail   2 Thu15:00~17:50(음326)
.ru




marina07r@mail   2 Thu12:00~14:50(음B110)
.ru




marina07r@mail   2 Mon09:00~11:50(음326)
.ru
jazzpia@gw.km   2 Tue09:00~11:50(음501)
u.ac.kr




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kundujk@kmu.a   2 Tue13:30~15:20(M213)
c.kr




kundujk@kmu.a   2 Fri13:30~15:20(백316)
c.kr




kundujk@kmu.a   2 Fri15:30~17:20(백416)
c.kr
kundujk@kmu.a    2 Fri13:30~15:20(백316)
c.kr




kundujk@kmu.a    2 Fri15:30~17:20(백416)
c.kr




eng@keneckert    2 Mon10:30~11:45
.com              Wed09:00~10:15(국425)




merritt@kmu.ac   2 Mon10:30~11:45
.kr               Wed09:00~10:15(국507)
eng@keneckert    2 Mon13:30~14:45
.com              Thu12:00~13:15(국424)




stevenives@km    2 Wed13:30~14:45
u.ac.kr           Fri09:00~10:15(스308)




rodaroo9@gmail   2 Wed13:30~14:45
.com              Fri09:00~10:15(스309)
jaredc@kmu.ac    2 Wed13:30~14:45
.kr               Fri09:00~10:15(스501)




27564@gw.kmu     2 Mon13:30~14:45
.ac.kr            Thu12:00~13:15(스503)




rodaroo9@gmail   2 Mon13:30~14:45
.com              Thu12:00~13:15(스507)
lynnieloo@kmu.   2 Mon13:30~14:45
ac.kr             Thu12:00~13:15(스508)




petergermann@    2 Mon13:30~14:45
hotmail.com       Thu12:00~13:15(사167)
stevenives@km    2 Mon13:30~14:45
u.ac.kr           Thu12:00~13:15(사325)




jay_ba_bed@ho    2 Tue13:30~14:45
tmail.com         Fri12:00~13:15(영432)
dia_dhuit99@ya   2 Tue13:30~14:45
hoo.com           Fri12:00~13:15(영450)




petergermann@    2 Tue13:30~14:45
hotmail.com       Fri12:00~13:15(영451)
27564@gw.kmu     2 Tue13:30~14:45
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stevenives@km    2 Tue09:00~10:15
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rodaroo9@gmail   2 Tue09:00~10:15
.com              Thu10:30~11:45(영532)




lynnieloo@kmu.   2 Tue09:00~10:15
ac.kr             Thu10:30~11:45(영535)




dia_dhuit99@ya   2 Wed13:30~14:45
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lynnieloo@kmu.   2 Wed13:30~14:45
ac.kr             Fri09:00~10:15(사421)




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rodaroo9@gmail   2 Mon12:00~13:15
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petergermann@    2 Mon12:00~13:15
hotmail.com        Thu13:30~14:45(사425)
stevenives@km    2 Mon10:30~11:45
u.ac.kr           Wed09:00~10:15(사325)




jaredc@kmu.ac    2 Mon10:30~11:45
.kr               Wed09:00~10:15(사401)




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dia_dhuit99@ya   2 Mon10:30~11:45
hoo.com           Wed09:00~10:15(백414)
27564@gw.kmu     2 Mon10:30~11:45
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petergermann@    2 Wed13:30~14:45
hotmail.com          Fri09:00~10:15(백424)
27564@gw.kmu     2 Wed13:30~14:45
.ac.kr               Fri09:00~10:15(백559)




charmanderson    2 Mon12:00~13:15
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danielburke88@   2   Mon09:00~10:15
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charmanderson    2 Mon09:00~10:15
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danielburke88@   2 Mon10:30~11:45
hotmail.com       Wed09:00~10:15(백225)




charmanderson    2 Mon10:30~11:45
@yahoo.com        Wed09:00~10:15(백324)
danielburke88@   2 Wed13:30~14:45
hotmail.com       Fri09:00~10:15(백224)




charmanderson    2 Wed13:30~14:45
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jon077@yahoo.    2 Wed13:30~14:45
com               Fri09:00~10:15(백422)




bdhatwork@gm     2 Wed13:30~14:45
ail.com           Fri09:00~10:15(백423)




dia_dhuit99@ya   2 Tue10:30~11:45
hoo.com           Thu09:00~10:15(백422)




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jon077@yahoo.    2 Tue10:30~11:45
com               Thu09:00~10:15(백424)
rodaroo9@gmail   2 Tue13:30~14:45
.com              Fri12:00~13:15(사167)




stario@kmu.ac.   2 Tue13:30~14:45
kr                Fri12:00~13:15(사259-2)
jon077@yahoo.    2 Wed12:00~13:15
com               Fri10:30~11:45(영537)




bdhatwork@gm     2 Wed12:00~13:15
ail.com           Fri10:30~11:45(영538)




jon077@yahoo.    2 Mon09:00~10:15
com               Wed10:30~11:45(스301)




                 2 Tue12:00~13:15
                  Fri13:30~14:45(스309)
stario@kmu.ac.   2 Tue12:00~13:15
kr                Fri13:30~14:45(스501)
engrishprof101   2 Wed13:30~14:45
@hotmail.com      Fri09:00~10:15(스204)




jeffkmu@gmail.   2 Wed13:30~14:45
com               Fri09:00~10:15(스208)




rosesole@yaho    2 Wed13:30~14:45
o.com             Fri09:00~10:15(스301)
jay_ba_bed@ho    2 Wed13:30~14:45
tmail.com         Fri09:00~10:15(스305)




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stario@kmu.ac.   2 Tue16:30~17:45
kr                 Fri15:00~16:15(영453)
rosesole@yaho    2 Mon12:00~13:15
o.com              Thu13:30~14:45(스308)




                 2 Mon12:00~13:15
                  Thu13:30~14:45(스309)
jeffkmu@gmail.   2 Mon12:00~13:15
com               Thu13:30~14:45(스501)




27564@gw.kmu     2 Mon12:00~13:15
.ac.kr            Thu13:30~14:45(스503)




jay_ba_bed@ho    2 Mon12:00~13:15
tmail.com         Thu13:30~14:45(스507)




                 2 Mon12:00~13:15
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engrishprof101   2 Mon13:30~14:45
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jay_ba_bed@ho    2 Mon13:30~14:45
tmail.com          Thu12:00~13:15(스305)




rosesole@yaho    2 Mon13:30~14:45
o.com             Thu12:00~13:15(스308)




                 2 Mon13:30~14:45
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jeffkmu@gmail.   2 Mon13:30~14:45
com               Thu12:00~13:15(스501)




stevenives@km    2 Wed12:00~13:15
u.ac.kr           Fri10:30~11:45(사319)




rodaroo9@gmail   2 Wed12:00~13:15
.com              Fri10:30~11:45(사325)
dia_dhuit99@ya   2 Wed12:00~13:15
hoo.com              Fri10:30~11:45(사401)




petergermann@    2 Wed12:00~13:15
hotmail.com          Fri10:30~11:45(사421)
27564@gw.kmu     2 Wed12:00~13:15
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bdhatwork@gm     2 Mon13:30~14:45
ail.com           Thu12:00~13:15(사431)




danielburke88@   2 Mon13:30~14:45
hotmail.com       Thu12:00~13:15(사259-2)




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jeffkmu@gmail.   2 Tue12:00~13:15
com               Fri13:30~14:45(영425-1)




rosesole@yaho    2 Tue12:00~13:15
o.com             Fri13:30~14:45(영425-2)
jay_ba_bed@ho    2 Tue12:00~13:15
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engrishprof101   2 Tue13:30~14:45
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jeffkmu@gmail.   2 Tue13:30~14:45
com               Fri12:00~13:15(영425-1)
rosesole@yaho    2 Tue13:30~14:45
o.com             Fri12:00~13:15(영425-2)




engrishprof101   2 Mon10:30~11:45
@hotmail.com      Wed09:00~10:15(영455)




jeffkmu@gmail.   2 Mon10:30~11:45
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rosesole@yaho    2 Mon10:30~11:45
o.com             Wed09:00~10:15(영522-3)
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Course_description                                                               Course_objectives




This course will provide a comprehensive outline of Korean history with          The goal of this course is to
lectures and discussion classes on the pre-historic period, early state          provide students with a broad
formation, the Three Kingdoms era, Unified Silla, early Koryo, the Mongol        overview of Korean history that
invasions, the downfall of Koryo and the founding of Choson, early               will provide a clear historical
Choson and the Sejong era, the Hideyoshi invasions of the late 16th              context for all other Korean
century, mid-Choson and sirhak scholarship, late Choson and the                  studies related courses.
opening of Korea to the West, the Japanese colonial period, liberation
and the Korean War.

This course aims to provide students with an overview of Korean                  The goal of this course is to
traditional culture. It will provide the essential historical and geographical   provide students with a broad
background for an understanding of Korean culture and then examine the           overview of Korean culture that
historical development of the Korean language and its phonetic script            will provide a clear cultural
han’gul. We will then explore the major religio-philosophical traditions of      context for all other Korean
Korea, namely, shamanism/animism, Buddhism, Confucianism, and                    studies related courses.
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.


Being Confucius and patriarchal, gender has been elaborated, 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.
The purpose of this course is to introduce students to the various            1) Increase analytical thinking
classical readings such as area of history, philosophy, politics,             by reading of different field of
economics and literature in order to increase fundamental concepts in         studies
their interest of study areas.                                                2) Develop academic
                                                                              knowledge and skills through
                                                                              the use of in class discussion
                                                                              and presentation.
                                                                              3) Enhance writing skills




This course will introduce the discipline of biblical ethics in general and   The student should:
christian ethical perspectives on diverse social issues in the                1. promote an understanding of
contemporary era. It begins with the Gospel values and applies them to        the Gospel values.
the problems of modern society in its economic, social, cultural, and         2. have an appreciation for the
political life.                                                               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

This course will introduce the discipline of biblical ethics in general and   The student should:
christian ethical perspectives on diverse social issues in the                1. promote an understanding of
contemporary era. It begins with the Gospel values and applies them to        the Gospel values.
the problems of modern society in its economic, social, cultural, and         2. have an appreciation for the
political life.                                                               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
This course is intended to provide experience using 4 programs of the       Learn about and practice using
Microsoft Office Suite: Word, Excel, Powerpoint, and Access. These          MS Office programs, producing
programs (especially the first three) are commonly used in the business     4 specific, well-defined (and
world and proficiency in using them is valuable. An additional goal is to   challenging) products to
provide design skills, particularly with respect to Word and Powerpoint,    demonstrate proficiency in each
as these are commonly used programs to create visuals, such as              program. In addition, the
documents, basic pamphlets, and key presentations, which can                course will encourage students
dramatically influence viewers. Touch typing & email etiquette will be a    to look for ways in which they
focus as well, along with originality in conception and execution of        may improve their
design.                                                                     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).




This course is an introductory course in macroeconomics that will           To provide a basic
examine and familiarize you with key models, issues and policies. We        understanding and tools
will analyze the long run and short run economy, in addition to policies    necessary to analyze and
related to the economy. A good understanding of the macroeconomy            discuss public policy issues
requires a basic understanding of the tools of microeconomic analysis       that affect the overall economy.
including supply and demand. The first part of the course will introduce    The basic tools of supply and
and review the basics of supply and demand analysis. We will analyze        demand, in addition to
how households and businesses interact, and how the interaction             comparative analysis will be
determines economy-wide behavior including productivity, growth and         reviewed and further developed.
consumption decisions. We will also become familiar with markets and        The remaining analysis will be
institutions and their role in the economy.                                 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.
Law and Civilization is a class in legal anthropology. It is intended to       For students to gain an
provide students with an overview of the different legal systems used          understanding of the
throughout the world and through history. This course will focus on the        relationship between law,
historical developments of the various legal systems and explore the           history, geography, religion and
ways in which culture and religion impact each society’s sense of justice.     culture.
“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?
본 강좌는 외국인 학생들을 대상으로 우리나라 국기인 태권도 문화를                                           1) 태권도 기술의 원리를
이해시키고, 태권도 의 이론 및 실용적 실기능력을 균형 있게 지도하여                                         이해시킨다.
태권도에 관한 원리를 이해시킬 목적으로 개설되었다. 태권도 이론과                                           2) 태권도 심신수련의 목적과
실기교육을 통하여 개념적이고 상징적인 태권도의 예절교육, 특수기술,                                          의의를 이해시킨다.
정신적인 기풍, 무도·스포츠의 가치와 원리를 중점적으로 다루고자 한다.                                        3) 현대 태권도 수련의 방법을
즉 태권도 교육을 통해서 신체적, 정서적, 사회적으로 건강하며 바람직한                                        비교 분석하고 보다 .
민주시민을 육성함을 목적으로 하고 있다.                                                         4) 태권도 기술의 구성 내용과
                                                                               특성이 무도. 스포츠로서의
                                                                               가치를 표현 하는데
                                                                               이해시킨다.
                                                                               5)기본 및 품새의 기법과
                                                                               기술에 따른 동작수련을 통하여
                                                                               우리의 무도문화의 이해와
This course begins with simple writing styles such as description and          -	To plan 중점을 둔다.
                                                                               자기수련에and organize a
moves into more complex tasks such as analysis, evaluation, citation,          paper by working through your
and argumentation. We will begin with basic vocabulary and grammar             writing process
issues of sentence writing and gradually move into higher matters of
                                                                               -	To benefit from peer
paragraph structuring and developing writing fluency. Assignments will
begin with short essays and end with longer research papers. Other             response to your writing
assignments may possibly include resumes, business writing, e-mails,           -	To identify and understand
and web pages.                                                                 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

This course deals with basic topics of pre-calculus                            After some review of elementary
and calculus mathematics.
                                                                               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.
The Korean economy has fast become globally integrated through             This particular subject intends
international movements of goods, services, capitals and also people.      to provide a perspective of
The rising foreign population in the Korean society creates an imperative  historical, cultural and
how these groups of foreign nationality should properly understand work    economic development so that
place and industrial relations in Korea.                                   the work place and industrial
                                                                           relations in Korea can be
Work place and industrial relations in Korea have also experienced some appropriately understood. The
morphic transformations during the economic development period and         subject comprises the following
thus increasingly adopted the standards and practices of advanced          four main topical areas:
countries. However, Korean work place and industrial relations             (1) Understanding Korean
accompany unique idiosyncrasies which may cause deviations from a          History; Old to Modern History
normal understanding of the foreign nationalities' perspective.            (2) Understanding Korean
Misunderstanding such idiosyncrasies often causes unnecessary              Culture;
conflicts, and it may lead to the less harmonious work place relationship. (3) Understanding Korean
                                                                           Economy;
                                                                           (4) Understanding Korean Work
                                                                           Place and Human Resource
                                                                           Management Practices and
                                                                           Issues:




The course “Fundamentals of Political Science” is meant to give an             Students shall gain some
introduction to Political Science. A precondition for gaining knowledge        knowledge about the scientific
about politics is to know how to carry out a political analysis and how to     method and how to apply it to
use scientific methods. The course will examine several scientific             certain political phenomena.
methods and demonstrate how to apply them to political phenomena.              The course will foster students'
Students will be introduced into the different topics of Political Science:    ability to assess political
political actors and actions, political behavior, political institutions,      phenomena from a more
political systems, and political processes. We will primarily focus on the     scientific point of view. It is
politics of large political entities like states and nations and examine the   meant to offer a basic
relations between states. The course, additionally, provides basic             knowledge about the most
knowledge about the purpose and the functioning of international               important political theories,
organizations.                                                                 political systems, institutions
                                                                               and structures. This
                                                                               introduction to Political Science
                                                                               will provide students with a
                                                                               fundament for a further
                                                                               specialization in International
                                                                               Relations.


The Korean Dance, a practical dance class for foreign students, will focus     In order to learn Korean Dance
upon having experience of Korean culture. The course is designed to            students understand the
learn the pleasure and enthusiasm of Korean folk dance after acquiring         foundation of Korean rhythm as
the Korean rhythm.                                                             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.
- This course is to give students general understanding of Korean              - To make students(maily
economic development process and its characteristics.                          foreign students) understand
                                                                               the general status of Korean
- English is used in the clalss.                                               economy.

                                                                               - To understand the historical
                                                                               backgrounds of Korean
                                                                               economic development process
                                                                               and compare it with other
                                                                               neiboring Asian economies.

                                                   한국학생들은 사전에                 Specific course objectives
면담신청할 것!!!!!!!!!!!                                                            include, but are not limited to:
                                                                              1. Increase students'
IMPORTANT NOTICE TO KOREAN STUDENTS !!!!!!!!!! - PLEASE                       understanding of how culture
CONTACT ME BEFORE REGISTER !!!!!!!!!!                                         influences communication, and
                                                                              how it interacts with social and
This course provides an overview of the study of communication in             psychological factors to
different culture. The contents focuse on the cyrrent issues in Korea influence communication;
which would help students understand customs and culture of                   2. Enhance students' ability to
Korea.                                                                        explain cultural differences in
Students freely exchange ideas and thoughts on different issues and communication and to identify
discuss about the possible solutions or suggestions.                          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.
 The purpose of this course is first to deeping your understanding about 1. To understand the
East Asia where you are living, and to provoke your interesr in power         importance of the region
politics in the region among major powers; US, China, Japan and Russia. 2. To analyze the changing
Geopolitically and historically, the stability and peace of this region is in trends of international relations
large part depend upon interaction of power politics of major powers.         in general and how it has
Second purpoe is to explore understanding about the situation in korean affected power politics in the
peninsula, situated at the crossroad of Northeast Asia among four major region
powers. It is designed to analyze why the Korean situation is so unstable by understanding about
and sometimes volatile.                                                       traditional state and globalized
Finally, to understand major players' foreign policy towads this region;      state
how it has developed and how it will be evolved in the future.                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
.This course is appropriate for the students who want to pursue a study       The main purpose of the course
on the subject of international management, including foreign direct          is to provide basic knowledge
investment(FDI). Particularly, the lecture will emphasize both theories and   on the theories of international
practical applications with an aim to help students understand                business and FDI, including the
international business environment.                                           current environment of the world
                                                                              business.

--basic introduction to korean government and political processes          This course is designed to give
                                                                           students a basic understanding
--three branches of government and major institution of government         about korean government and
                                                                           politics. Major topics for
--major political actors , interest groupsp and party organization         discussion include government
                                                                           structures and functions,
--major political issues                                                   political processes and culture,
                                                                           and democracy in terms of
--political culuture and ideology                                          value and processes. Students
--public policy and processes                                              will have a good opportunity to
                                                                           broaden their perspectives
--political socialization and culture                                      about political system as a
                                                                           whole. Korean Government and
--major political issues and challenges                                    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.
Korean traditional food is the best to people living in the Korean         Koreans enjoy rich and various
environment and that it is highly recommended to the foreigners who        foods. Rice remains the main
reside in Korea, as well as Korean people. More and more people are        staple and is eaten with varied
being exposed to Korean foods, discovering their health benefits and       side dishes featuring
unique tastes. We will understand the features of Korean traditional foods vegetables, fish and meats.
in the class.                                                              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.
This course introduces students to the critical role of human resource         Successful completion of this
management in enhancing the sustained growth of a firm in today’s              course will enable students to:
business environment characterized by increasing globalization and rapid
technological change. This course will enhance the students’
                                                                        1.	Describe the key functions
understanding of the ways human resource management can result in
sustainable competitive advantage and high performance of a firm throughof human resource
its key functions within the national and international legal frameworksmanagement.
                                                                        2.	Identify the external macro
pertaining to employment. It also invites students to reflect upon the ways
how human resource management can contribute to the creation of the     socioeconomic and legal
indwelling internal milieu of a firm wherein organizational members fully
                                                                        frameworks that directly and
actualize their individual potentials while contributing to sustained growth
of a firm. Such reflection aims to help students develop a view of      indirectly influence human
partnerships between employees and a firm (as the employer) for their   resource management policies
mutual growth.                                                          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
This course will be focus on the psychological processes underlying     1) To understand the
                                                                        catalyst for developing a
consumer behavior such as motivation, perception, personality, learning psychological foundations of
                                                                        mutually beneficial relationship
and attitudes and impact on the purchasing decisions of consumers. The consumer behavior
discipline borrows from several social sciences including psychology,   between employees and the
                                                                        2) To recognize the
sociology, and anthropology to explain behavior in the market place.    firm.
                                                                        mechanisms of influence that is
                                                                        most likely to lead consumersin
                                                                        5.	Discuss future directions
                                                                        to change their attitudes, their
                                                                        human resource management.
                                                                        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 focuses on marketing management and problem solving. You           This course objective is to help
will learn overview of how to manage product positioning, pricing,             the senior student to learn to
distribution and external communications. And also this course will help       become a more competent
you to understand customer behavior, demand determination and                  business manager by
marketing research. Moreover, you will be exposed to current issues in         deepening the understanding of
marketing in a variety of contexts in global environments.                     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 main objective of this course is to introduce students to the               The successful completion of
entrepreneurial process through lectures, case analyses, and preparation        this course will enable students
of business plan. This aims to provide students with a practical guide to       to:
the process of successfully launching an entrepreneurial firm, and
developing it into a self-sustaining and profitable enterprise: 1) developing   1. Describe the general process
successful business ideas, 2) transforming an idea into business reality        common to successful
through the creation of an entrepreneurial firm, 3) managing and growing        business idea generation and
an entrepreneurial firm. Special emphasis will be given to opportunity          development.
recognition and feasibility analyses that lay down a foundation for             2. Acquire management
successful entrepreneurship, and the application of management                  principles and skills for
principles and skills, which students have acquired in other management         transforming an idea into
courses (e.g., principles of management, marketing, finance and                 consistent business reality
accouting) for launching and growing a firm.                                    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


This course is designed to introduce you the field of advertising and           1.	Understanding of the
promotion. The emphasis in this course will be on the role of advertising       overall marketing progress how
and other promotional mix elements in the integrated marketing                  companies organize for
communications program (IMC) of an organization. The development of an
                                                                                advertising and other
integrated marketing communications programs requires an
understanding of the overall marketing process, how companies organize          promotional functions
for advertising and other promotional functions, customer behavior,             2.	Explore the various IMC
communications theory, and how to set goals, objectives and budgets.            tools used in contemporary
Attention will be given to the various IMC tools used in contemporary           marketing including advertising,
marketing including advertising, direct marketing, Internet and interactive
                                                                                sales promotion and public
marketing, sales promotion, publicity and public relations, and personal
selling.                                                                        relations and personal selling.
                                                                                3.	Examine the process by
                                                                                which integrated marketing
                                                                                communications programs are
                                                                                planned developed and
                                                                                executed.
Today Korea is one of the most important countries in world’s business         The main objectives of this
and economy. Studying the Korean business and economy is very                  course are:
interesting and helpful for business people and academic. This course will     1. Expose students to the
provide a basic knowledge and understanding of Korean Business and             knowledge of Korean business
Economy. The topics include introduction, the historical roots of modern       and economy
growth, East Asian culture and Capitalism, foreign trade and the incentive     2. Expose students to foreign
system, industrial structure and policy, Korean economic planning and          trade and policy in Korea
policy formulation, the consumptions and saving behavior of Koreans and        3. Familiarize students with
global competitiveness and the Korean development model.                       Korean management system
                                                                               4. Familiarize students with
                                                                               global competitiveness and the
                                                                               Korean development model

The political process deals with all political decision-making process and     1. Students will study electoral
important actors and factors in the process. It mainly covers political        system in comparative
institutions; parties, elections, presidency. congress, media, political       perspectives.
culture. In many US universities, president, congress, and political parties   2. Students will learn theories
are independent courses. The political process is a kind of introductory       and reality of political parties.
course for them. When the course of the political process is offered, only     3. students will understand
domestic process is included.                                                  comparative democracies.
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, IGO, the provideand media, research institutes, universities, this
The course will press a basic understanding of European Union Politics.        Students will get a
course is strongly recommended.
This will include considerations about the purpose and idea of a unified       comprehensive picture of the
Europe. Students will learn about the main institutions of the European        contemporary state of the EU.
Union (EU) such as European Commission, European Council, and                  They will be provided with some
European Parliament. And they will be introduced into the different levels     insights regarding the structure
of political interaction within the EU, i.e. regional, national,               and functioning of the EU.
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.
This course provides an introduction to some of the major theoretical         The first part of the course will
perspectives for studying how states and peoples behave and interact.         examine a number of different
Students will learn new ways of thinking about international relations,       theoretical approaches. We will
increase their ability to evaluate these competing ideas, and apply           explore the realist, liberal, and
different perspectives to concrete policy issues.                             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.




The US is the most important country not only to Korea but also to the        1. Let students understand
world. Unfortunately, students do not have accurate information of US         American Political system and
politics. This course is intended as a broad survey of American Political     its origin.
system. Topics include elections, presidency, legislature, constitution,      2. Let students learn election
federalism, political parties, and Supreme Court.                             process and analysis.
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.
Everyone is a negotiator. We negotiate with our friends, our families and     To introduce students to
yes, even our professors. This course is designed to enable IR and IB         negotiation and conflict
students to develop a greater understanding of negotiation and conflict       resolution methods and
resolution theory and practice. Further, the negotiation skills and other     strategies.
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.


Students will study trilateral relations of labor, business, and government   The course will give students
in advanced industrialized countries such as OECD countries. The course       the opportunity to gain some
will especially focus on the political economy of the United States, Japan,   insights into the conditions of
Germany, France, United Kingdom, Sweden and other countries. It will          advanced industrialized
provide an understanding of the different developmental paths of advanced     countries and provide students
industrialized countries and the distinct development strategies their        with in-depth knowledge about
governments have pursued. The roles of political institutions, cultures,      the differences between and
and norms will too be discussed in the course.                                similarities of the political
                                                                              economies of the countries
                                                                              treated in this course.
This course involves the study of politics in the Philippines, Indonesia,           To explain the cultural, social,
Vietnam, Laos, Kampuchea, Malaysia, Singapore, Brunei, Myanmar, and                 and political evolution of the
Thailand. It investigates the historical and cultural factors contributing to       region and to give students
their political relationships within the region and internationally.                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.
                                                                                    6. Look with foresight to the
                                                                                    future of Southeast Asia, and
                                                                                    the possible paths it may take
                                                                                    in developing as a regional and
                                                                                    world power.

International Human Rights Law will analyze the rules and laws                      Students who have
established by the international community to protect and promote                   successfully completed this
human rights. It will trace the growth of international human rights law            course will have an
from its beginnings as part of the law of diplomatic protection to its growth       understanding of the various
in the aftermath of the atrocities of WW II and ending with analysis of the         theories justifying the protection
current status of international human rigthts law. The course will also             of human rights and of the
examine contemporary challenges facing international system such                    socio-political, economic and
cultural relativity and the war on terror. Further, by analyzing cases and          cultural environments in which
treaties the course will analyze the substantive: (1) right to life; (2) right to   human rights law exists.
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.
This course provides an introduction to creating programs that interact        After successfully completing
with the user using the Windows GUI on the users computer (as opposed          this course the student will:
to server-based programs).                                                     Be familiar with .NET and the
The primary focus of the course will be the .NET architecture and              related Microsoft application
programming using the C# programming language and Visual Studio                environment
2010.                                                                          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)
Industry trends in IT. A historical overview, understanding innovation,        Students should understand
business prospects.                                                            what is happening in the
                                                                               industry, what new
                                                                               technologies are promising




This course is a semester-length survey of the history of American             This course will be a survey of
literature.                                                                    American literature and literary
The lectures will be given for the most part in English. Students are also     history from
encouraged to use English in class. The requirements for the course            the early colonial period to
include an                                                                     American literature after World
in-class presentation of about three type-written pages in length and a        War II. Our goal
thorough reading of the                                                        will be to acquire a grasp of the
main textbook for the course. The details for the in-class presentation        expanding canon of American
(such as                                                                       literature by
paper due date and topics) will be given soon after the size of the class is   reading some of the established
                                                                               canonical masterpieces and
determined.                                                                    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.
In this course, we will trace the history of American literature from Pre-       At the end of this course, I
settlement to Postmodernism together, and we will read important literary        hope you will have gained an
works in their social contexts, also paying close attention to their             understanding of the American
authors’ biographies. Studying the history of American Literature together       literary tradition, and to have
will give us an opportunity to carefully examine different types of writing in   become familiar with a few
the American tradition as we also discuss central historical events.             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.




In this course, we will learn how to read and write about literary texts from    The main goal of this course is
different genres, addressing questions of style, structure, and rhetorical       to equip you with tools that will
strategy, situating works in their literary and historical contexts. While a     help you to write about literary
portion of this class will be lecture-style, there will be much time for         works. As the course
discussion, group work, and especially small writing exercises.                  progresses, you will be
                                                                                 expected to perform close
                                                                                 readings and attempt your own
                                                                                 interpretations of the literary
                                                                                 texts we will read.
This course serves as an introduction to creative writing in English. We        The goal of this course is,
will analyze different types of literature together to become familiar with     ultimately, to express ourselves
good writing, think about the process of writing itself, and finally try our    creatively in writing. I hope that,
hand at writing ourselves. Keeping in mind the importance of correct            by the end of the semester, you
grammar, we will also look closely at aspects of the English language           will have deepened your
throughout the course. At the beginning of each class meeting, we will          appreciation of literature, and
have a brief period of free-writing, and naturally, we will do many different   that you will be comfortable and
writing exercises throughout the semester. Much of what we do in this           confident to write different kinds
class will depend on your needs, so please be sure to communicate with          of literature. Another goal of this
me.                                                                             course is for you to improve
                                                                                your mastery of English
                                                                                grammar, which will be helpful
                                                                                in other contexts as well.




Course Description                                                              Course Goals
The purpose of this class is to develop student speaking and listening          1.	Students will gain
skills in an informal, contemporary English environment. This is a              confidence in having a English
performance class that places emphasis on the student’s ability to
                                                                                conversation and learn skills to
respond to informal discussions or activities while developing skills to
enhance English conversation ability.                                           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.
Please note that this course is aimed at INTERMEDIATE level students.         This course will seek to develop
It will focus on helping these students to develop their skills and           students' abilities to discuss a
confidence in conversational English. As such, the main focus of the          range of issues and
course will be on providing the students with opportunities to                communicate their ideas in a
communicate with each other and the instructor. Students will have the        manner that is readily
opportunity to discuss a broad range of topics, give a variety of different   comprehensible to both a native
presentations, and enhance their knowledge of English conversational          and non-native speaker of
strategies. They will also have opportunities to increase their               English. Students will take a
competence in listening and reading comprehension, vocabulary,                more active role in the initiation
pronunciation, oral grammar, and conversational strategy use. The             and continuation of
instructor reserves the right to alter the class syllabus according to the    conversations, and they will be
perceived needs of the students..                                             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
                                                                              importance of appropriacy and
                                                                              register in the successful
                                                                              holding of a conversation. They
                                                                              will learn to take a more active
                                                                              and independent role in their
                                                                              education, and they will also
                                                                              become more familiar with a
                                                                              range of contemporary topics
                                                                              and issues.
This course is designed to provide you with the opportunity to improve         General learning goals:
your English conversational fluency through regular practice and the
acquisition of new skills. The course will focus on a wide variety of topics   1. Develop students’ confidence
and conversation skills that will be explored through class discussions,       in their ability to speak and
debates, pair and group activities, and oral presentations.                    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.




This course is intended for English Language and Literature students who To improve communicative
seek to improve their ability to speak within an academic context. As    ability in an academic
such, the main focus will be on discussing, explaining, and debating     environment in spoken English.
ideas on a number of topics, including relationships, lifestyles and
experiences, literary themes, and social issues.
Course Description                                                            Course Goals
The purpose of this class is to develop student speaking and listening        1.	Students will gain
skills in an informal, contemporary English environment. This is a            confidence in having a English
performance class that places emphasis on the student’s ability to
                                                                              conversation and learn skills to
respond to informal discussions or activities while developing skills to
enhance English conversation ability.                                         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
Please note that this course is aimed at INTERMEDIATE level students.         This course will continue
                                                                              develop ways toseek to develop
It will focus on helping these students to develop their skills and           students' abilities to discuss a
                                                                              building their language skills
confidence in conversational English. As such, the main focus of the          range of issues andability after
                                                                              and conversational
course will be on providing the students with opportunities to                communicate their ideas in a
                                                                              they’ve completed the course.
communicate with each other and the instructor. Students will have the        manner that is readily
opportunity to discuss a broad range of topics, give a variety of different   comprehensible to both a native
presentations, and enhance their knowledge of English conversational          and non-native speaker of
strategies. They will also have opportunities to increase their               English. Students will take a
competence in listening and reading comprehension, vocabulary,                more active role in the initiation
pronunciation, oral grammar, and conversational strategy use. The             and continuation of
instructor reserves the right to alter the class syllabus according to the    conversations, and they will be
perceived needs of the students..                                             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
                                                                              importance of appropriacy and
                                                                              register in the successful
                                                                              holding of a conversation. They
                                                                              will learn to take a more active
                                                                              and independent role in their
                                                                              education, and they will also
                                                                              become more familiar with a
                                                                              range of contemporary topics
The primary purpose of this course is to develop comfort and expand       General learning goals:
skills in English conversation. This course will provide instruction in   1. Develop students’ confidence
vocabulary development, listening comprehension, pronunciation and oral   in their ability to speak and
grammar, and cultural comprehension skills (including “appropriateness”   comprehend English speech.
and idioms/slang).                                                        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.
This course is designed to provide you with the opportunity to improve         General learning goals:
your English conversational fluency through regular practice and the
acquisition of new skills. The course will focus on a wide variety of topics   1. Develop students’ confidence
and conversation skills that will be explored through class discussions,       in their ability to speak and
debates, pair and group activities, and oral presentations.                    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.




This course is intended for English Language and Literature students who To improve communicative
seek to improve their ability to speak within an academic context. As    ability in an academic
such, the main focus will be on discussing, explaining, and debating     environment in spoken English.
ideas on a number of topics, including relationships, lifestyles and
experiences, literary themes, and social issues.
The primary purpose of this course is to develop comfort and expand           General learning goals:
skills in English conversation. This course will provide instruction in       1. Develop students’ confidence
vocabulary development, listening comprehension, pronunciation and oral       in their ability to speak and
grammar, and cultural comprehension skills (including “appropriateness”       comprehend English speech.
and idioms/slang).                                                            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.




This course is intended for English Language and Literature students who Improve writing skills in general
seek to improve their ability to write the academic essay. As such, the   and the writing of academic
main focus will be on the academic essay, its structure, and its          essays in specific.
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.)
This course is designed to provide you with the opportunity to practice      General learning goals:
and improve your English writing skills, with an emphasis on working
toward formal, academic essays. The focus of the course will be on           1. Develop students’ confidence
gaining proficiency through practice writing, reinforcement of new skills,   in their ability to write extended
and constant feedback from your peers and instructor.                        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).
Please note that this is NOT a beginner course. It is an INTERMEDIATE        The purpose of this course is to
course, and as such will focus on guiding intermediate level composition     improve the students'
students throught the processes involved in creating coherent, organized,    confidence in their ability to
and well supported essays. Students will learn some basic academic           write in English. It will also
writing skills, including a variety of organizational patterns. As well as   improve their vocabulary and
focusing on the production of effective essays, the course will also         their understanding of essay
enhance the students knowledge of selected grammatical and sentence          structure. The students will
structures, mechanics, and the steps involved in the writing process.        learn to write clear, well-
Students will also be provided with the opportunity to read, comment on,     supported essays with
and improve each other's work. The instructor reserves the right to alter    appropriate thesis statements,
the course syllabus according to his perception of the needs of the          supporting paragraphs, and
students.                                                                    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 value of working
                                                                             together to produce a written
Course Description                                                           text. Goals
                                                                             Course
The purpose of this class is to develop student writing skills in an         1.	Students will gain
academic context. This is a production-based class in which students will confidence in expressing
be expected to work through the basic writing process and develop the 7
                                                                             themselves through formal
writing traits (ideas, organization, voice, word choice, sentence fluency,
conventions, and presentation) in their writing of descriptive, informative, writing.
and persuasive essays.                                                       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.
The primary purpose of this course is to provide instruction in writing      1. Develop students' confidence
essay-level compositions in English. This course will also provide           in their ability to write in English
additional instruction in business writing, "paragraph-level" composition,
grammar and mechanics, and common patterns of organization.                  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)
                                                                             11. Introduce students to basic
                                                                             form and design of North
                                                                             American business writing
                                                                             (resumes and cover letters)
                                                                             12. Introduce students to the
                                                                             basics of timed-writing tests.
This course is designed to provide you with the opportunity to practice       General learning goals:
and improve your English writing skills, with an emphasis on working
toward formal, academic essays. The focus of the course will be on            1. Develop students’ confidence
gaining proficiency through practice writing, reinforcement of new skills,    in their ability to write extended
and constant feedback from your peers and instructor.                         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).




This course is intended for English Language and Literature students who Improve writing skills in general
seek to improve their ability to write the academic essay. As such, the   and the writing of academic
main focus will be on the academic essay, its structure, and its          essays in specific.
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.)
Please note that this is NOT a beginner course. It is an INTERMEDIATE        The purpose of this course is to
course, and as such will focus on guiding intermediate level composition     improve the students'
students throught the processes involved in creating coherent, organized,    confidence in their ability to
and well supported essays. Students will learn some basic academic           write in English. It will also
writing skills, including a variety of organizational patterns. As well as   improve their vocabulary and
focusing on the production of effective essays, the course will also         their understanding of essay
enhance the students knowledge of selected grammatical and sentence          structure. The students will
structures, mechanics, and the steps involved in the writing process.        learn to write clear, well-
Students will also be provided with the opportunity to read, comment on,     supported essays with
and improve each other's work. The instructor reserves the right to alter    appropriate thesis statements,
the course syllabus according to his perception of the needs of the          supporting paragraphs, and
students.                                                                    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 value of working
                                                                             together to produce a written
Course Description                                                           text. Goals
                                                                             Course
The purpose of this class is to develop student writing skills in an         1.	Students will gain
academic context. This is a production-based class in which students will confidence in expressing
be expected to work through the basic writing process and develop the 7
                                                                             themselves through formal
writing traits (ideas, organization, voice, word choice, sentence fluency,
conventions, and presentation) in their writing of descriptive, informative, writing.
and persuasive essays.                                                       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.
The primary purpose of this course is to provide instruction in writing      1. Develop students' confidence
essay-level compositions in English. This course will also provide           in their ability to write in English
additional instruction in business writing, "paragraph-level" composition,
grammar and mechanics, and common patterns of organization.                  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)
                                                                             11. Introduce students to basic
                                                                             form and design of North
                                                                             American business writing
                                                                             (resumes and cover letters)
                                                                             12. Introduce students to the
                                                                             basics of timed-writing tests.
Poetry draws our attention on the detailed structure of language and     In exercises with nursery
therefore is highly adapted for learning German. From romanticism to     rhymes, in memorizing and
concrete poetry, a variety of German poetry will be presented in this    reciting poems and by rewriting
class.                                                                   known poems, students will
                                                                         experience a playful way of
Durch Lesen und Vorlesen von Gedichten, durch spielerisches Umdichten language learning. Poems by
und Weiterschreiben, durch Auswendiglernen und Rezitation werden         notable German-speaking
grundlegende Kenntnisse und Beherrschung der Aussprache, des             authors will serve as
Rhythmus und der Prosodieder deutschen Sprache erworben. Ausgehend instruments of improving
von einfachen Kindergedichten, uber Gedichte der klassischen Zeit (z. B. language skills.
Balladen) bis zu leicht verstaendlicher neuerer Lyrik werden dabei
unterschiedliche Gedichtformen einbezogen.                               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.
Newly designed course for mastering common cliche, journalism style      Visits, meetings, negotiations,
used in newspapers, mass media TV, radio, internet programs.             natural calamities, economic/
                                                                         political news; social meetings:
                                                                         strikes, political opposition etc.,
                                                                         weather forecast.




The Course will be conducted in English based on Torfl-1 materials. It will   Impact on the standard spoken
mainly cover the essential means of spoken Russian with a variety of          form of the Russian language,
purposes that include: different audiences, type of exercises: questions-     practical usage of different
answers, situations, intonations; rendering using common cliche,              types of speaking activities that
conclusion making etc.                                                        also include real type
                                                                              situations.
                                                                              Analytical reading, text
                                                                              composition parsing, resulting
                                                                              in a conslusive part
                                                                              arrangement.
This course introduces the Russian lexical word-stock and grammatical          The course will depict the
patterns, cliche through the Russian sayings, proverbs, and fairy tales.       Russian folklore though the
                                                                               linguistic means represented in
                                                                               the textbook.




This course focuses on Christian missions in the twentieth and twenty-         1.	By the end of the course,
first centuries. The approach is empirical, theological and practical. The     students should have a clear
course covers the work of missionary societies in various regions of the       understanding of the state of
world, paradigm shifts in missiology (the science of missions), and on
                                                                               contemporary Christian
contemporary challenges to Christian missions, such as religious
pluralism, post-modernism, and secularism.                                     missions.
                                                                               2.	They should be able to
                                                                               identify the challenges
                                                                               (도전)facing Christian missions
                                                                               today.
Since conflicts between religions have become more common recently,            1. By the end of the course,
there is an urgent need to understand the differences between religions.       students should have a clear
                                                                               understanding of the essential
With over two billion followers on all continents, Christianity is the only
                                                                               features of Christianity and of
truly global religion. But this means it is often in competition or conflict   the major religions of the world.
with other religions. 	
This course surveys the relationship between Christianity and the major        2. They should be able to
religions of the world, with a focus on Islam, Buddhism and Hinduism.          identify the main differences,
Comparisons and contrasts are made between them, in order to                   and sources of conflict,
                                                                               between Christianity and major
understand the sources of conflict. 			
                                                                               religions of the world.
This course will be especially valuable to students who are interested in
world missions or international politics and business.




The purpose of this class is to provide Korean students with practical         The goals of this class are to
experience of talking and writing about Korean culture. The early part of      enable students to
the course will deal with the issue of romanization and will introduce the     communicate effectively and
four major romanization systems in use today, namely, McCune-                  with confidence about their own
Reischauer, Yale, the ROK system and the DPRK system. The course               culture in English. It is hoped
will then focus on providing students with the opportunity to participate in   that by the end of the course
group discussions and give presentations in English on various aspects of      students will have significantly
traditional and contemporary Korean culture and society.                       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.
교육의 경제적 가치에 대해 공부한다. 교육의 국가, 사회의 경제발전에                                      이 강의로 학생들이 교육과
대한 기여, 개인의 경제생활에 대한 교육의 역할 등에 대해 탐색한다.                                      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 introduces students to key concepts and debates in              This course guides students in
education studies. Through a series of introductory readings, students      becoming more comfortable
broaden their undrestanding of curriculum pedagogy, and research.           with the academic approach to
                                                                            education studes and eveloping
                                                                            their personal views on the field
                                                                            of education.
The purpose of this course is to review historical backgrounds and          1.	Review and analyze the
philosophical thoughts that have influenced the development of              work of philosophers of Early
contemporary early childhood education. Students will examine the
                                                                            Childhood Education.
various concepts and applications within the field and discover theorists
within the field 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.
This undergraduate course is designed to prepare the early childhood             1.	Demonstrate understanding
educator to meet the physical needs of young children through                    of the stages of physical
preparation of a safe environment, planned routines, and positive
                                                                                 growth of children, and
experiences in the areas of health, safety, and nutrition. We will focus on
the physical needs of children and explore strategies to meet these              practices which meet their
needs.                                                                           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 basic English composition. The course will             This course will focus on the
cover a range of topics and writing goals for university students. This is       following objectives:
*not* a course in grammar, although grammar is an essential element.
Students may be asked to read English texts and respond to them in         Students will be able to write
                                                                           clear paragraphs for a variety of
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     purposes
peer revision or communication.                                            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 focus on developing students' academic English reading This course will lead students
skills. Students will read about a number of research reports and identify toward accomplishing the
key features of each research study. Students will practice reading        following objectives:
strategies and work to expand their vocabularies.
                                                                           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 introduce key concepts in teaching second        This course is designed to help
language reading and writing and to improve teaching techniques.            students gain a clear
Students are expected to understand the theoretical principles underlying   understanding of methods of
modern teaching of reading and writing, and to apply them to actual         teaching reading and writing
classroom teaching.                                                         and practice creating lessons
                                                                            and adapting lessons to the
                                                                            needs of various student
                                                                            populations.




In this class, we will focus on speaking strategies including vocabulary The goal of this course is to
and grammar that will help you to become accomplished speakers of        make students more
English.                                                                 comfortable with speaking
                                                                         English and with interacting
                                                                         with foreigners.
                                                                         This class focuses on practical
                                                                         daily conversation.
This course is a continuation of course 17602-XX, Elementary English     Equipping students with
Conversation (1) which is offered during the Spring semester. The course practical, marketable language
relies on an approach to speaking that produces coherent, meaningful     English speaking skills is a
communications while using grammatically simple sentences. Emphasis primary objective of this course.
is on organized communication far more than just the grammatical         Emphasis is on clear, simple
aspects of speaking. Vocabulary appropriate for a broad range of topics verbal communication and
and situations will be introduced on a weekly basis.                     correct use of vocabulary.
This course aims to help students develop basic English communication By the end of this course,
skills, and it also attempts to help them attain the necessary skills to students should be able to:
execute speech acts that are basic to everyday conversation.
                                                                         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 Basic Writing class focuses on academic writing for students in their   The goals of this course are to
freshman year of university. In this class we will cover skills such of     make students more
sentence construction and grammar. We will also cover a variety of          comfortable with proper writing
purposes for writing, such as description, exposition and narration. We     (and speaking) in English and
will also discuss paragraph construction. Please note that this is not a    with interacting with a foreigner
grammar class. It is assumed that students who take this class begin        professor.
with the ability to write English sentences.




In this class, we will go over and study how a proper academic paragraph To improve students' English
is formatted and begin to study different paragraph styles.              writing ability.
This course is based upon an approach to writing English that focuses on       Equipping students with a solid
producing coherent, simple, meaningful sentences and paragraphs for            foundation in basic English
effective communication. Emphasis is on writing short, clear, and simple       writing is a primary goal of this
sentences that convey the message of the writer. A complete review of          course. Emphasis is on
basic grammar and the parts of speech is provided. In addition, particular     creating short, clear, and
attention is made to understanding how to correctly use articles (a, an,       simple sentences free of errors
and the) in sentences.                                                         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.


This course is a continuation of course 17602-XX, Elementary English           Equipping students with
Conversation (1) which is offered during the Spring semester. The course       practical, marketable language
relies on an approach to speaking that produces coherent, meaningful           English speaking skills is a
communications while using grammatically simple sentences. Emphasis            primary objective of this course.
is on organized communication far more than just the grammatical               Emphasis is on clear, simple
aspects of speaking. Vocabulary appropriate for a broad range of topics        verbal communication and
and situations will be introduced on a weekly basis.                           correct use of vocabulary.




This course will look at activities for pair/small group conversation        The course is designed to
practice. It is designed for use with Pre-Intermediate to Intermediate level develop strategic conversation
students (and Beginners). The activities (10 activities) are student         skills. These skills will help the
centered, easy and fun.                                                      student start a conversation
                                                                             and keep the conversation
                                                                             going until it continues to its
                                                                             natural end.
This course will look at activities for pair/small group conversation        The course is designed to
practice. It is designed for use with Pre-Intermediate to Intermediate level develop strategic conversation
students (and Beginners). The activities (10 activities) are student         skills. These skills will help the
centered, easy and fun.                                                      student start a conversation
                                                                             and keep the conversation
                                                                             going until it continues to its
                                                                             natural end.
This course is Upper Intermediate and is designed to improve the       The goals of this course are to
conversational abilities of the student. We will look at TOEFL/TOEIC   improve student's
Topic Based conversation material (10 Topics). We will also employ     conversational abilities, teach
Discussion and Debate Expressions and Techniques throughout the        students how to speak and
course. Students will focus on TOEFL/TOEIC vocabulary, pronunciation   converse correctly in English,
and listening.                                                         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).
This course is Upper Intermediate and is designed to improve the       The goals of this course are to
conversational abilities of the student. We will look at TOEFL/TOEIC   improve student's
Topic Based conversation material (10 Topics). We will also employ     conversational abilities, teach
Discussion and Debate Expressions and Techniques throughout the        students how to speak and
course. Students will focus on TOEFL/TOEIC vocabulary, pronunciation converse correctly in English,
and listening.                                                         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).
This subject will be taught tin English(영어강의입니다).                      By taking this course, students
Why many countries engage in international trade? How the trade        will have knowledge base about
pattern be determined? And what is gains from trade? The study of international trade-related
International Trade Theory facilitate the understanding of these       issues;
questions. This subject introduces to students the factors for which   (1) why many countries engage
international trade takes place and related trade models that students in international trade?
must be aware of.                                                      (2) the concept of comparative
The models that are to be covered in this subject include the          advantage and gains from trade,
Ricardian model, the Hecksher-Ohlin model, and related models of
new trade theories with economies of scale and imperfect               (3) how the trade pattern be
competition. Also covered are the economics of price discrimination determined?
between markets (price dumping) which is one of major source of        (4) the relationship between
international trade conflicts. This subject avoids dealing with        international trade and income
international trade policy issues, since these will be taught in the   distribution,
class of International Trade Policy.                                   (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
                                                                        thinking;
                                                                        (3) Creative and proactive
                                                                        presentation and
                                                                        communication skills; and
                                                                        (4) Accomplishment of task
                                                                        through teamwork
본 과목은 학생들이 일상생활에서 흔히 접하게 되는 통계를 이해하고                                        이 과목을 수강한 학생들은
적절히 분석하여 의사결정의 도구로 삼을 수 있도록 하는 기초적인 통계                                      다양한 통계의 종류 및 성격을
분석의 틀을 제공하고자 한다.                                                            이해하고 이를 정리하고
이를 위해 기초적인 통계에 대한 개념과 자료를 정리 요약하는 방법,                                       표현하는 방법과
확률 분포 (이산 및 연속)를 사용한 추정 및 가설 검정과                                            통계에 대한 기초적인 지식을
분산분석 및 독립성 검증, 단순회귀분석 등을 실시함                                                배양하며
본 과목에서는 통계의 이론적인 특성보다 실용생활에서의 응용성에 많은                                       이들 통계를 분석하고 활용할
주안점을 두기로 하며 특히, 학생들이 쉽게 접할 수 있는 엑셀을                                         수 있는 능력을 가지게 될
사용하여 강의를 진행하도록 함                                                            것으로 기대함
강의는 사회관 407호 pc실에서 진행합니다.
                                                                            특히, 다음의 학습효과를
                                                                            기대함
                                                                            통계 이론의 습득 및 이를 활용
                                                                            능력
                                                                            논리적인 사고방식
                                                                            창의적이고 적극적인 발표력과
                                                                            팀웍을 통한 과업 성취 능력
International Economics consists of two main parts: International Trade     The primary goal of this class is
and International Finance. This class titled as "Theory and Practice on     to understand in English the
Foreign Exchange Markets" focuses on foreign exchange markets and           basic concepts on how foreign
relevant policies in the field of International Finance. Thus, you may      exchange rate is determined in
understand "Foreign Exchange" is a part of International Finance. In        the markets but also why
specific, this class covers exchange rates mechanism in the foreign         governments intervene in the
exchange market as well as the relevant policies for foreign exchange       markets. The selected textbook
markets.                                                                    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.



After a detailed study of basic principles of contract law found in the     The purpose of this course is to
common law countries (e.g. U.S. law and English law) dealing with such      examine principles of contract
topics as formation and enforceability, parties rights/obligations, and     law that form an essential
remedies for breach, the course will then address contract law issues       aspect of the legal environment
arising in international transactions with a primary emphasis on sales      of domestic and international
contracts. International norms governing the trade in goods including the   business activities. (And
United Nations Convention on Contracts for the International Sales of       therefore, it is strongly
Goods (CISG) are discussed.                                                 recommended for those who
                                                                            plan to take International
                                                                            Commercial Law offered in
                                                                            Spring Semester 2013)
This course will survey various aspects of the legal and regulatory             Since Law and Business are
environment of a business. During the second semester, Select topics            inextricably related as law
would include , but not limited to, the following: Business Torts and           defines the boundaries for
Intentional Torts, Negligence, Strict Liability, Consumer Protection Laws,      business and business affects
business-related Crimes, basics in the Sales Contracts, and Warranties.         the changes in law, a number of
This course is divided into two classes (course number 29302-01)                topics at the intersection of law
and(course number 29302-02). The same materials will be taught in               and business are to be
each class and therefore students can choose a class that comfortably           discussed for this course with
fits their lecture schedule.                                                    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 will survey various aspects of the legal and regulatory             Since Law and Business are
environment of a business. During the second semester, Select topics            inextricably related as law
would include , but not limited to, the following: Business Torts and           defines the boundaries for
Intentional Torts, Negligence, Strict Liability, Consumer Protection Laws,      business and business affects
business-related Crimes, basics in the Sales Contracts, and Warranties.         the changes in law, a number of
This course is divided into two classes (course number 29302-01)                topics at the intersection of law
and(course number 29302-02). The same materials will be taught in               and business are to be
each class and therefore students can choose a class that comfortably           discussed for this course with
fits their lecture schedule.                                                    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 gives a chance to develop presentation and interview skills in      This course is intended to help
English for students, which are required as e-trade specialists in global       the students in developing
economy. Especially, appropriate preparation of presentation materials,         strategies and techniques for
considerations required for each stage of English presentation, and             formulating and delivering good
effective as well as impressive presentation skills for information delivery    oral presentations. The
are covered in the class. In addition, students will learn how to prepare for   students will learn to organize
self-introduction and job interviews in English and experience mock             and communicate their ideas.
interviews. All the classes are delivered in plain English to improve basic     They will learn the key factors
listening skills and conversational English for students.                       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.
This course is an introduction to the process, the tools, and the            Vision: College of Business
techniques of operations management. It is designed to provide students      Administration will become a
with an understanding of 1) the foundations of the operations function in    top 10 business school in
manufacturing and services, and 2) the interaction of business units         Korea by 2020.
across functions and interaction of organizations across the supply chain.   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
This course is designed to study competition from the perspective of top   Vision: College of Business
management, focusing particularly on the sources of competitive            Administration will become a
advantage and the interaction between industry structure and               top 10 business school in
organizational capabilities.                                               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 within the
                                                                           constraints imposed by the
                                                                           complex behavior of individuals
This course is aimed to provide Foreign and domestic students with         within organizations. the
                                                                           This course will cover
understanding of Principles of Marketing and Global Business               discussions over clearly,
                                                                           4. Express ideas the brief
environments,such as politics, economy, social aspects of customers,       logically and persuasively in
                                                                           history of Multinationals,
and cultural backgrounds of people, so that students would be able to      oral and written communication
                                                                           including the axis of behavioral
establish a powerful marketing strategies for a different environmental    motivations of the Gobal
settings-focusing on Global Perspective.                                   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.
This course, as one of courses offered to achieve the educational vision of   (1) Learning major theories,
the College of Business Administration which is "becoming a top 10            techniques, and cases of
Korean business school by 2010" and the educational mission whdich is         human resource management
"cultivating management specialists who embody the concept of                 (HRM)
glocalization, provides the basic knowledge about the management of           (2) Enhancing problem-solving
corporate human resources. More specifically, students will learn the         abilities and creativity through
concepts, theories, and cases regarding the strategic planning, selection,    the identification of real
maintenance, development, appraisal, and compensation of human                problems, the application of
resources.                                                                    theories, the search for
* Prerequiste course: Understanding Management                                solutions regarding HRM
* Advanced courses: Organizational Behavior, Organization Theory and          (3) Increasing logical thinking
Design                                                                        and communication skill
                                                                              through understanding and
                                                                              discussion
                                                                              (4) Nuturing business leaders
                                                                              with glocal, rational, practical,
                                                                              and open mind through the
                                                                              above educational goals
This course covers mathematical areas such as functions & linear              경영대학 비전은 2020년 국내
models, systems of linear equations & matrices, linear programming,           10대 경영대학으로 도약이다.
sets & counting, probability, and random variables & statistics.              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 course provides an introduction to the concepts, purposes, problems,
methodology, and terminology of managerial accounting. It demonstrates the student will be able to:
accounting’s role in providing information for decision making and     1) Cost products using various
planning, assisting managers in the activities of the enterprise, and  costing methods
motivating managers and employees towards organizational goals. Basic  2) Perform cost-volume-profit
accounting concepts and principles for a manufacturing company are     analysis
introduced with a concentrated emphasis on product costing, budget     3) Understand the aspects of
preparations, and management decision making.                          management decision making
                                                                       4) Understand master budgets
PLEASE NOTE: LECTURES/ASSIGNMENTS/ASSESSMENTS are                      and its various components
100% in ENGLISH. The ability to function (Read, Write, Speak & Listen) 5) Evaluate company
in ENGLISH is REQUIRED. There will be NO TRANSLATIONS by the           performance utilizing standard
Professor at anytime or by students DURING CLASS TIME.                 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 behavior/
                                                                           expectations
Students become familiar with the environment of accounting and basic  Upon completion of this course
                                                                       the student will be able to:
accounting theory. Basic accounting concepts and principles for a service
and/or merchandising company are introduced with a concentrated        1) Effectively use accounting
emphasis on the accounting cycle and the preparation of financial      vocabulary introduced in this
statements. The course is designed to teach the concepts and           course
procedures underlying the measurement and reporting of financial       2) Recognize the legal and
information. Students learn how to analyze and interpret financial     ethical issues affecting financial
statements and learn how to analyze and record business transactions   reporting
that are the basic input into the accounting system.                   3) Identify, analyze, journalize,
                                                                       and process relevant business
PLEASE NOTE: LECTURES/ASSIGNMENTS/ASSESSMENTS are                      transactions
100% in ENGLISH. The ability to function (Read, Write, Speak & Listen) 4) Prepare the four Basic
in ENGLISH is REQUIRED. There will be NO TRANSLATIONS by the           Financial Statements
Professor at anytime or by students DURING CLASS TIME.                 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 behavior/
                                                                            expectations
                                                                       Upon completion of this course
The course provides an introduction to the concepts, purposes, problems,
methodology, and terminology of managerial accounting. It demonstrates the student will be able to:
accounting’s role in providing information for decision making and     1) Cost products using various
planning, assisting managers in the activities of the enterprise, and  costing methods
motivating managers and employees towards organizational goals. Basic  2) Perform cost-volume-profit
accounting concepts and principles for a manufacturing company are     analysis
introduced with a concentrated emphasis on product costing, budget     3) Understand the aspects of
preparations, and management decision making.                          management decision making
                                                                       4) Understand master budgets
PLEASE NOTE: LECTURES/ASSIGNMENTS/ASSESSMENTS are                      and its various components
100% in ENGLISH. The ability to function (Read, Write, Speak & Listen) 5) Evaluate company
in ENGLISH is REQUIRED. There will be NO TRANSLATIONS by the           performance utilizing standard
Professor at anytime or by students DURING CLASS TIME.                 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 behavior/
                                                                           expectations
                                                                       Upon completion of this course
The course provides an introduction to the concepts, purposes, problems,
                                                                       the student will be able to:
and terminology related to financial reporting and financial analysis. It
demonstrates the importance of accuracy in financial reporting and the 1) Understand the purpose and
                                                                       various aspects of financial
implications of financial decision making by external users of financial
statements. Basic financial reporting standards and methodologies are  reporting
introduced, as well as, basic financial analysis techniques.           2) Understand the importance
                                                                       of and need for financial
PLEASE NOTE: LECTURES/ASSIGNMENTS/ASSESSMENTS are                      reporting standards
100% in ENGLISH. The ability to function (Read, Write, Speak & Listen) 3) Understand the importance
in ENGLISH is REQUIRED. There will be NO TRANSLATIONS by the           of financial information in
Professor at anytime or by students DURING CLASS TIME.                 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 ability
                                                                            to be independent self-
                                                                            motivators
                                                                            5) Expose students to “real
                                                                            world” workplace behavior/
                                                                            expectations
Students become familiar with the environment of accounting and basic  Upon completion of this course
                                                                       the student will be able to:
accounting theory. Basic accounting concepts and principles for a service
and/or merchandising company are introduced with a concentrated        1) Effectively use accounting
emphasis on the accounting cycle and the preparation of financial      vocabulary introduced in this
statements. The course is designed to teach the concepts and           course
procedures underlying the measurement and reporting of financial       2) Recognize the legal and
information. Students learn how to analyze and interpret financial     ethical issues affecting financial
statements and learn how to analyze and record business transactions   reporting
that are the basic input into the accounting system.                   3) Identify, analyze, journalize,
                                                                       and process relevant business
PLEASE NOTE: LECTURES/ASSIGNMENTS/ASSESSMENTS are                      transactions
100% in ENGLISH. The ability to function (Read, Write, Speak & Listen) 4) Prepare the four Basic
in ENGLISH is REQUIRED. There will be NO TRANSLATIONS by the           Financial Statements
Professor at anytime or by students DURING CLASS TIME.                 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 behavior/
                                                                            expectations
                                                                       Upon completion of this course
The course provides an introduction to the concepts, purposes, problems,
methodology, and terminology of managerial accounting. It demonstrates the student will be able to:
accounting’s role in providing information for decision making and     1) Cost products using various
planning, assisting managers in the activities of the enterprise, and  costing methods
motivating managers and employees towards organizational goals. Basic  2) Perform cost-volume-profit
accounting concepts and principles for a manufacturing company are     analysis
introduced with a concentrated emphasis on product costing, budget     3) Understand the aspects of
preparations, and management decision making.                          management decision making
                                                                       4) Understand master budgets
PLEASE NOTE: LECTURES/ASSIGNMENTS/ASSESSMENTS are                      and its various components
100% in ENGLISH. The ability to function (Read, Write, Speak & Listen) 5) Evaluate company
in ENGLISH is REQUIRED. There will be NO TRANSLATIONS by the           performance utilizing standard
Professor at anytime or by students DURING CLASS TIME.                 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-
                                                                           motivators
                                                                           5) Expose students to “real
                                                                           world” workplace behavior/
                                                                           expectations
                                                                       Upon completion of this course
The course provides an introduction to the concepts, purposes, problems,
                                                                       the student will be able to:
and terminology related to financial reporting and financial analysis. It
demonstrates the importance of accuracy in financial reporting and the 1) Understand the purpose and
                                                                       various aspects of financial
implications of financial decision making by external users of financial
statements. Basic financial reporting standards and methodologies are  reporting
introduced, as well as, basic financial analysis techniques.           2) Understand the importance
                                                                       of and need for financial
PLEASE NOTE: LECTURES/ASSIGNMENTS/ASSESSMENTS are                      reporting standards
100% in ENGLISH. The ability to function (Read, Write, Speak & Listen) 3) Understand the importance
in ENGLISH is REQUIRED. There will be NO TRANSLATIONS by the           of financial information in
Professor at anytime or by students DURING CLASS TIME.                 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 ability
                                                                            to be independent self-
                                                                            motivators
                                                                            5) Expose students to “real
                                                                            world” workplace behavior/
                                                                            expectations
비전: 2020년 국내 10대 경영대학으로 도약                                               The goals of this course are
미션: 세방화에 부응하는 윤리적 전문경영인의 양성                                              three-fold. First, students will
                                                                         be able to understand what
This course is designed to provide basic concepts and theories           business transactions occur in
regarding the roles of information in business activities. Students will the reality and how information
learn how to apply the information management to the real business is being processed in the
transactions by analyzing, designing, and implementing a small           transaction. Second, students
information systems for the business activities.                         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.




This course provide a complete introduction to the world of electronic    Upon successful completion of
business, with a balanced coverage of business and technical topics.      the requirements for this
Students are introduced to both the theory and practice of doing business course, students will be able to:
over the Internet and the World Wide Web.
                                                                          ? 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
This course is designed to provide basic concepts and theories regarding      경영대학의 비전: 2020년 국내
the roles of information in business activities. Students will learn how to   10대 경영대학으로 도약
apply information management to real business transactions by                 경영대학의 미션: 세방화에
analyzing, designing, and implementing a small information system for         부응하는 윤리적
the business activities.                                                      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 정보시스템/
                                                                              정보기술의 기본 개념 및
                                                                              정보시스템/정보기술을 기업의
                                                                              경쟁력 강화에 활용하는 방안에
                                                                              대하여 학습함으로써
                                                                              경영대학의 비젼과 미션 그리고
                                                                              목표는 물론 전공 목표를
                                                                              달성하도록 한다.
The fast paced global competition and evolution of markets and            경영대학의 비젼: 2020년 국내
technology has intensified the importance of properly implementing of     10대 경영대학으로 도약
information systems. Without the proper operation of information and      경영대학의 미션: 세방화에
related systems, businesses cannot survive in the current market.         부응하는 윤리적
Therefore, it is very important to understand HOW to create a proper      전문경영인으로 육성
system. This class will be covering the methods invloved with analysing   경영대학의 교육목표: POM
what is needed, and designing what has been analyzed.                     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 절차를 습득시키는데
                                                                          수업목표를 둔다. 특히, 본
                                                                          과목에서는 전체
                                                                          시스템개발수명주기 중에서
This course provide a complete introduction to the world of electronic    분석 및 설계단계에 촛점을 of
                                                                          Upon successful completion
business, with a balanced coverage of business and technical topics.      맞추고, 개발 및 실행단계는
                                                                          the requirements for this
Students are introduced to both the theory and practice of doing business 시스템분석 및 설계(2)에서 to:
                                                                          course, students will be able
over the Internet and the World Wide Web.                                 다루도록 한다.
                                                                          ? 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
Marketing has become a central theme in our life. People tend to         Students will be able to
look at and analyze many things from a marketing perspective even        Define and apply key marketing
including finding a job. Students often believe they must “market”       concepts and strategies within
themselves to a company when they apply for a job opening. This          various settings and
course is designed to introduce students to the unchanging               components of the
fundamental principles of marketing along with an in-depth and           entertainment enterprise
comprehensive investigation into current marketing trends of visual      Discuss key entertainment
content. 농부도 주부마저 마케팅을 알아야 하는 시대입니다. 취업도                                 marketing principles and theory
마케팅 논리로 해석합니다. 마케팅 이론은 인생론과 흡사합니다. 영상/
마케팅/인생론의 중요성을 한꺼번에 배우십시오. 최대한 쉽게 진행되는                                   Prioritize different marketing
영어 강의입니다.                                                               concepts and apply them to
                                                                        student life and career planning
                                                                        Learn how movies and
                                                                        television content are produced
                                                                        and marketed in the business
                                                                        world
This course will help you develop a comprehensive understanding of Students are expected to:
the fundamental elements of broadcast news production (reporting, have confidence to produce a
filming, editing & directing). Television journalism is different from  quality news program on your
newspaper or non-visual media which primarily emphasize the             own
writing. Students will produce one broadcast news report allowing Understand the importance of
firsthand experience of the critical stages of news production. This    perseverance and commitment
course is practical and best suited for serious future broadcasters. In in news production
addition to talent, successful broadcasters must also possess           Learn that experience is just as
perseverance and commitment. If you believe you have all of these, important as talent in news
test yourself in this class! 방송뉴스제작 실무를 배웁니다. 방송이                       reporting.
신문과 다른 특징을 실감할 수 있습니다. 방송계로 나갈 학생에게                                     Be aware that TV news
실질적인 도움이 됩니다. 무엇보다 끈기와 목표를 테스트하고 싶으면                                    prioritizes visual images over
수강하십시오. 영어 강의지만 기초 영어 실력만 있으면 수강가능합니다. scripts.
                                                                        Know that news can be more
                                                                        entertaining than any
                                                                        entertainment programs.
In this course, students will analyze and experience the speeches of      This course will consist of
US President Obama. He is known as one of the best speakers               lecture, discussions,
among all the US presidents. His speeches are short and powerful          presentation and English
and his speech delivery is firm and convincing. Furthermore, his facial   speech. Class participation is
expression and attitude is confident as well as appealing. Students       strongly recommended.
can experience and learn many aspects of quality English speech           Students can learn from class
simultaneously. In addition, Hackers TOEIC vocabulary will be used        discussion as much as reading
as a second textbook. By using two books, students can prepare for        books. If you do not hone your
the TOEIC test and develop interview skills. 영어 말하기의 달인으로                 speaking ability after reading
인정받는 오바마 미국 대통령의 연설문을 분석하여 짧고 힘있는 문장,                                     books, your overall growth will
효과적인 말하기 요령을 공부합니다. 해커스 토익 보카를 부교재로 삼아                                    be minimal
토익 시험에 대비하도록 했습니다. 영어 기본 실력만 있다면 충분히
완주할 수 있습니다.                                                               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 through
                                                                          rigorous English study which
                                                                          are essential to career success




To become a skilled and informed user of the Internet, it is important    The objectives of this course
to understand what the Internet is and how it works. This course          are:
introduces an overview of the Internet with a focus on internet
technology. By studying the technology underlying the Internet and
                                       1. Develop an understanding of
examining various internet applications, students will develop a
                                       how the Internet works.
knowledge base of the internet technology and gain hands-on
                                       2. Become familiar with various
experience with common Internet applications.
                                       Internet applications.
                                       3. Gain hands-on experience in
인터넷을 숙련되고 유용하게 쓸수있는 사용자가되기 위해서는, 인터넷이 using popular Internet
무엇이며 어떻게 작동하는지 이해하는 것이 중요하다. 본 과정은 인터넷 applications and WWW
테크놀러지에 중점을두고, 인터넷의 기본 연구 및 다양한 인터넷     publishing tools.
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/
Common Gateway Interface (CGI) is one of the most popular                   The objectives of this course
mechanism for creating dynamic and interactive Web content. Perl is         are:
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         1. Become familiar with basic
Web contents, and especially for an information technology                  programming concepts.
professional, Perl/CGI skill can be an indispensable tool in his or her     2. Learn the basics of Perl and
daily tasks.                                                                CGI.
                                                                            3. Gain hands-on experiences
CGI는 역동적이고 상호적인 웹 콘텐츠를 만들기위한 가장 공통적인                                        in creating dynamic and
방법중 하나이다. Perl은 CGI에 매우 적합하면서도 상대적으로 쉽게                                     interactive Web content.
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.
Social welfare as an applied science, needs data analysis skills and        1. Students will gain a
Course Website - http://kiyang.kmu.ac.kr/teaching/WP/ in research
knowledge in order to enhance its scientific characteristics                conceptual understanding of the
and practice. This course focuses on quantitative data analysis,            logic and assumptions
introducing students to basic knowledge and general process of data         underlying statistical inference
analysis. Students will learn how to use SPSS (a statistical computer       and skills in the application of a
program) and how to run basic statistical tests for social welfare data     number of specific univariate
analysis.                                                                   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.
This class is a general "discussion skills" class, based on topics in the   1. To increase students' general
field of public service. You will talk everyday, based on information YOU   speaking skills and confidence
collect before class, on the topic that has been decided by students.       in speaking.
Midterm test on principles/guidelines, No final test, daily classroom       2. To increase students'
evaluation.                                                                 "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.
Readings in our subject area (Public Administration and Public Service)          To Improve Students'--
are of course important, many of these were written in English. We will          (a) general reading
consider these based on the time and orientation of the writer. We can           comprehension
call this part of the course "a traditional course in PA readings."              (b) test-taking skills
                                                                                 (c) awareness of PA issues as
This class will also focus on TOEIC/TOEFL style reading issues (also             presented in English
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.
This class is a general "discussion skills" class, based on topics in the        1. To increase students' general
field of public service. You will talk everyday, based on information YOU        speaking skills and confidence
collect before class, on the topic that has been decided by students.            in speaking.
Midterm test on principles/guidelines, No final test, daily classroom            2. To increase students'
evaluation.                                                                      "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.

East Asian Civilization Part II provides a basic introduction to the
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.
Some scholars see East Asia region as the next frontier for 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.
White collar crime is an increasingly important area of the law that            Through the use of real-world
primarily deals with crimes committed by corporations, and powerful or          case studies, legal analysis,
weathly people including professionals, corporate officers, and politicians.    and criminological research,
This couse surveys contemporary efforts in the United States, European          students will understand the
Union and Korea to address the recurring problems of public corruption,         nature, causes and effects of
bribery and extortion, money-laundering, fraud, insider-trading, anti-          white collar creime. Students
competitive business practices and harms to consumers, workers and              will learn how and why such
the environment                                                                 crimes occur, how they differ
                                                                                from "street crimes," how such
                                                                                crimes are addressed through
                                                                                the law, and how they can be
                                                                                prevented.
This exciting course provides a detailed overview of international criminal     The goals of this course are:
law.
                                                                                1) To understand the history,
By studying the history of prosecutions for international crimes that have      courts and substantive laws
arisen in national courts and international tribunals (such as Nuremberg,       forming the basis of
ICTY, ICTR, and the ICC), students will gain a fundamental understanding        contemporary international
of the institutions, legal principles, and substantive crimes that form the     criminal law
basis of international criminal law, including war crimes, crimes against       2) To understand the practice of
humanity, genocide, torture and terrorism. With that foundation, we will        international legal cooperation
then critically assess the successes and failures of supranational              in criminal law
criminal law, by examining the crime of aggression, the law of command          2) To critically assess the
responsibility, the principle of legality, the law of immunity and the use of   successes and failures of
amnesty.                                                                        international criminal law

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

This thought-provoking course provides an introduction to the theory and        The goals of this course
practice of preventing crime.                                                   include:

From legal, criminological, and sociological perspectives, we will analyze      1) Understanding the nature,
the chief causes of crime and the fear of crime. Using empirical studies        causes, effects and magnitude
and real-world examples from Korea and the West, we will evaluate               of crime in Western and Korean
contemporary approaches to the prevention of crime, including Crime             society
Prevention through Environmental Design (CPTED), Community Crime                2) Developing critical-thinking
Prevention, Developmental/Social Crime Prevention and Situational Crime         skills that will enable thoughtful
Prevention. Among other things, our discourse will examine the role of          evaluation of contemporary
the mass media, drugs, and sentencing policy in preventing crime.               solutions to the problem of
                                                                                crime
                                                                                3) Encouraging creative yet
                                                                                practical approaches to
                                                                                preventing crime
This course deals with basic topics of writing style and                        he main purpose is
oral presentation of mathematics in English.                                    to prepare a student to write,
                                                                                read, speak and understand
                                                                                listening
                                                                                to a mathematical talk or article
                                                                                in English.
Biochemistry (2) is the second semester of the undergraduate series,    To provide students with basic
which provides students with an introduction to biochemistry at the     principles of Biochemistry.
advanced undergraduate level. Biochemistry (2) introduces basic
biochemistry concepts including protein synthesis, nucleic acid
biotechnology technique, carbohydrates, glycolysis and carbohydrate and
lipid metabolism.




Experimental Organic chemistry class is all about the learning of different   Cource of this class is
techniques comes in the way of synthesis of desired and pure organic          designed to perform theorotical
compounds. It gives the knowledge about synthesis, purification and the       organic chemistry in practical
analysis of the organic compound by using different techniques.               way.

Experimental Organic chemistry class is all about the learning of different   Cource of this class is
techniques comes in the way of synthesis of desired and pure organic          designed to perform theorotical
compounds. It gives the knowledge about synthesis, purification and the       organic chemistry in practical
analysis of the organic compound by using different techniques.               way.

Selection of topics including advanced topics in Organic, Inorganic,          To allow the student to study in
Physical or Biological Chemistry covering topical & advanced areas of         depth areas of the chemistry
material (eg. organic synthesis, structure determination, advanced            that are not covered in the
instrumental methods, advanced physical chemistry, pharmaceutical             regular chemistry course
chemistry, bioorganic & bioinorganic chemistry, polymer chemistry,            offerings.
materials chemistry, advanced inorganic chemistry).
Used principally in biological experiments, introduction to the various       The use of radiation in modern
kinds of radiation that causes a chemical reaction. The biological            biology is essential. In
experiments using these methods will also be discussed as a whole,            particular, life sciences.
from the structure of atoms, energy flow, the generation of radiation, the    Different countries had already
radiation used in cancer therapy will be discussed a wide variety of          enacted laws at the national
information.                                                                  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.
Life of plants, reasoning that how they use the light energy to make          Understanding the different
chemical energy to produce polymeric materials from the environment           ways how the plants function
Water, inorganic salts, gaseous molecules, and are absorbed into cells.       and to understand the meaning
Then through a series of chemical reactions synthesis of biopolymers          and mystery of plant life. To
take place.                                                                   learn about the energy flow,
                                                                              which is most essential for the
Differentiation of tissues and organs of plants used in the life cycle of     existance of human life.
plants.
This course is designed to educate on different plant breeding systems      The use of plant breeding
for improving production and making disease resistant plants. T             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.




This class will study about automated porduction lines. Topics related to The purpose of this class is to
automation equipment, layouts, line balancing and technologies related    learn the necessary issues
to automation will be discussed. During the laboratory period, switches,  whic have to be considered
relays and varous types of sensors will be used to demonstrate their      during designing an automated
usage in sequence control. A group project will be assigned to design a   production line. The laboratory
automation sequence using various electronic parts.                       experiments are oriented to
                                                                          start from the beginning and to
                                                                          design a circuit to perform
                                                                          certain tasks.
This class will study about automated porduction lines. Topics related to The purpose of this class is to
automation equipment, layouts, line balancing and technologies related learn the necessary issues
to automation will be discussed. During the laboratory period, switches, whic have to be considered
relays and varous types of sensors will be used to demonstrate their      during designing an automated
usage in sequence control. A group project will be assigned to design a production line. The laboratory
automation sequence using various electronic parts.                       experiments are oriented to
                                                                          start from the beginning and to
                                                                          design a circuit to perform
                                                                          certain tasks.
This class will study about automated porduction lines. Topics related to The purpose of this class is to
automation equipment, layouts, line balancing and technologies related learn the necessary issues
to automation will be discussed. During the laboratory period, switches, whic have to be considered
relays and varous types of sensors will be used to demonstrate their      during designing an automated
usage in sequence control. A group project will be assigned to design a production line. The laboratory
automation sequence using various electronic parts.                       experiments are oriented to
                                                                          start from the beginning and to
                                                                          design a circuit to perform
                                                                          certain tasks.
This course is intended to introduce students to the major concepts in        Organic chemistry is the
organic chemistry                                                             chemistry field of materials
through lectures and to prepare students for the upper level chemistry        which are composed of carbon.
classes they will                                                             The aim of this course is to
face in the coming semesters, their research, and the organic                 provide basic knowledge about
requirements for industries.                                                  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.
This course offers trainings in basic english language skills for students.   The goal of this course is to
Deals with the basic concepts of energy engineering                           teach the importance of energy
                                                                              engineering in essential
                                                                              english language skills.
This course offers trainings in basic english language skills for students.   The goal of this course is to
Deals with the basic concepts of applied chemistry, nanostructured            teach the importance of applied
engineering and engineering methods                                           chemistry in essential english
                                                                              language skills.
This course deals with the study and application of theory and principles     Given a simulated situations/
of Pediatric Nursing Care Management. It focuses on understanding the         case studies involving high risk
disease and treatment process with emphasis on nursing care                   and sick children, the students
management of high risk, sick children and their families with ethical,       should be able to:
cultural and developmental considerations.                                    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
                                                                              e. Evaluate with client & family
                                                                              the progress of their condition
                                                                              and outcomes of care.
                                                                              4. Develop critical thinking in
                                                                              dealing with various health
                                                                              problems and situations related
                                                                              to pediatric care
This course will deal on the application of theories and principles of       Given a simulated nursing
communication related to nursing profession. The course will focus on        scenarios, the students should
enhancement of communication and assetiveness skills given various           be able to:
relevant nursing situations. It highlights the skills enhancement with       1. develop self-awareness and
emphasis on ethical, cultural and developmental considerations in dealing    self-concept for an effective
with clients/individuals. The course focuses on the improvement of           nurse-client relationship
reading, writing, listening and speaking abilities of the students through   2. explain with confidence and
simulated situations in various health care setting.                         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

This subject discusses modern leaderships, management theories, and 1) Students demonstrate
styles. This subject also discusses nursing unit management to improve leadership skills necessary to
the ability to perform the roles and funtions of unit managers         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
This course will deal on the application of theories and principles of          Given a simulated nursing
communication related to nursing profession. The course will focus on           scenarios, the students should
enhancement of communication and assertiveness skills given various             be able to:
relevant nursing situations. It highlights the skills enhancement with          1. develop self-awareness and
emphasis on ethical, cultural and developmental considerations in dealing       self-concept for an effective
with clients/individuals. The course focuses on the improvement of              nurse-client relationship
reading, writing, listening and speaking abilities of the students through      2. explain with confidence and
simulated situations in various health care setting.                            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


Through comprehend trend and market, develop and produce of                     Based on understand identity
commercial textile design. Train how to develop designs that have               and awareness of print for
artistry, popularity and suitability for progress by connecting to textiles for fashion market and trend.
fashion industry with the practical design.                                     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.

Research, design development and presentation for a specific design             Comprehend textile design of
overhaul with particular emphasis on the use of textile for fashion within      sourcing and identification for
briefed projects. Reinterprets the various textile ideas strong enough to       Producing innovative
develop artistic and practical designs using various skills within follow       collections. Research should
market identity.                                                                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.
Research, design development and presentation for a specific design           Comprehend textile design of
overhaul with particular emphasis on the use of textile for fashion within    sourcing and identification for
briefed projects. Reinterprets the various textile ideas strong enough to     Producing innovative
develop artistic and practical designs using various skills within follow     collections. Research should
market identity.                                                              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.
취업을 위한 학생들이 실무를 전제로 테마의 이해와 그에 따른                                             지금까지 배워온
상품디자인을 전개할수있도록 하며 시각적으로 효과적인 포트폴리오                                            텍스타일디자인을 어패럴, 홈,
제작에 필요한 창의성을 키워준다.                                                            인테리어 등의 디자인 특성에
                                                                              맞추어 디자인컨셉에 맞는
                                                                              자신의 포트폴리오 제작을
                                                                              한다. on understand identity
                                                                               Based
comprehend of investigating and analyzing of textile products in has          and awareness of print for
productivity, marketability and economical efficiency. students has           textiles market and trend.
experiences the process of product planning, manufacturing and sales to       Research should be
equip themselves with the ability of new designers that are required in the   inspirational and reflect your
industrialized society.                                                       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.
This course will explore society’s dominant ways of consumption & daily       The overall objective of this
consumption practices in order to learn how patterns of consumption           course is to introduce students
work, and consider the consequences of such culture. The course will          to concepts underlying
focus on theories and issues of consumption culture also examine social       consumption culture, examine
conditions and interaction between consumption and mass culture by            everyday occurrences of human
understanding modern and post modern society.                                 relationship with commodity
                                                                              using sociological,
                                                                              philosophical, anthropological
                                                                              and literary tools.
This course designed to explore concepts, values, needs, and                   The overall objective of this
satisfaction related with housing how this is connected to family’s life       course for student to have
style and well being. Students will be introduced to the complexity of         knowledge of the psychological,
housing, process of acquiring a home, principles of housing finances,          economical and social
Korean housing policies and their impact on families.                          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.




This course will introduce the use of computer software and programs to        At the end of this course
for analyzing qualitative and quantitative data. Student will learn how to     student will:
analyze data and create reports using Microsoft Office Excel and SPSS          create and edit basic
for Windows. The course will emphasize managing of Excel                       Microsoft Office Excel
spreadsheet, data analysis and performing descriptive statistical analysis     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.



This course will explore social, cultural and market factors that influences   The overall goal of this course
consumer behaviour (selection and usage of products and services).             is to introduce students to
Student will learn more about consumers’ decision?making process.              concepts underlying global
Students will be introduced to the diversity of consumers in different         consumer behaviour and how
nations and compare their cultural orientations in relation to buying and      these concepts are applied in
how it affects the industry in terms of marketing and social issues from       and influence global marketing
local to global. The course will examine global markets segments and           strategies. At the end of this
how to reach, their understanding of the consumer buying process, as           course student will understand
well as psychological and sociological variables that influence and            and apply concepts used in
motivate consumers.                                                            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.
This class is for sophomore voice department students.                          1. Understand fundamental
                                                                                theory of IPA
The purpose of this course is to study of sound, structures and stress          2. Understand of a
patterns of English songs and poetry to based on the IPA(International          characteristic of English
Phonetic Alphabet).                                                             3. Distiction of between
Also this class is training to distinguish by the diferrence between            American and British diction,
colloquial pronunciation and singing so that students can improve the           colloquial and contemporary
ability of correct dictions of English songs.                                   literature diction.
                                                                                4. Expression of perfect diction
                                                                                in singing and apply to their
                                                                                own nuance in songs.

This Course, offered to art majors with beginner level English, is              The goal of this course is to
designed to strengthen students' English language ability to enhance            strengthen students' English
professional development in the international art context. The                  language ability to enhance
students will develop a vocabulary for aesthetic inquiry; learn to              professional development in the
verbalize the art process; ask aesthetic and critical questions of              international context.
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.
This class will explore the fiber, color and structure of fabrics through the   By the end of class, you will
process of crochet.                                                             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.




This class will explore the fiber, color and structure of fabrics through the By the end of class, you will
process of crochet.                                                           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.
Design for Craft will teach students how to use a design process to            1. To study and use the
create inspired and meaningful work. We will study craft as an                 elements and principles of
intersection of history, design, materials, and fine art. Students will work   design.
in groups to create a collection of craft products that are carefully          2. To be able to work from an
designed and take influence from history, design, materials and fine art.      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.


Design for Craft will teach students how to use a design process to            1. To study and use the
create inspired and meaningful work. We will study craft as an                 elements and principles of
intersection of history, design, materials, and fine art. Students will work   design.
in groups to create a collection of craft products that are carefully          2. To be able to work from an
designed and take influence from history, design, materials and fine art.      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.


Students will explore advanced technical controls of wet process black         It is hoped that each student
and white photographic materials and processes. Areas covered include          shall, through their experience
exposure and development control of negatives through the application of       in this course, raise their
the Zone System, Ring Around Test, Parametric Testing of film/developer        personal level of expertise in
combinations and exercises and demonstrations designed to strengthen           the expressive use of B&W
the expressive quality of the student's printmaking aesthetic in the           silver capture and printing
darkroom.                                                                      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.
Students will explore advanced technical controls of wet process black      It is hoped that each student
and white photographic materials and processes. Areas covered include       shall, through their experience
exposure and development control of negatives through the application of    in this course, raise their
the Zone System, Ring Around Test, Parametric Testing of film/developer     personal level of expertise in
combinations and exercises and demonstrations designed to strengthen        the expressive use of B&W
the expressive quality of the student's printmaking aesthetic in the        silver capture and printing
darkroom.                                                                   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.




This class will focus on the three-dimensional capabilities of the Google   a.	Study basic and advanced
Sketch-Up software program. The course will start very basic, assuming      three-dimensional drawing
no prior knowledge of Sketch-Up. Beginning lessons will include drawing
                                                                            methods,
basic geometry and document setup. As the course progresses we will
learn advanced Sketch-Up techniques which will include animation and        b.	Develop a complete
rendering. The student will ultimately learn how to produce a fully         understanding of the common
rendered, three dimensional presentation document as well as how            animation and rendering
Sketch-Up can be used as an efficient design tool with the ability to       capabilities of Sketch-Up,
quickly explore three-dimensional ideas.                                    c.	Learn how to create
                                                                            presentation quality documents
                                                                            from Sketch-Up.
This class will focus on the three-dimensional capabilities of the Google   a.	Study basic and advanced
Sketch-Up software program. The course will start very basic, assuming      three-dimensional drawing
no prior knowledge of Sketch-Up. Beginning lessons will include drawing
                                                                            methods,
basic geometry and document setup. As the course progresses we will
learn advanced Sketch-Up techniques which will include animation and        b.	Develop a complete
rendering. The student will ultimately learn how to produce a fully         understanding of the common
rendered, three dimensional presentation document as well as how            animation and rendering
Sketch-Up can be used as an efficient design tool with the ability to       capabilities of Sketch-Up,
quickly explore three-dimensional ideas.                                    c.	Learn how to create
                                                                            presentation quality documents
                                                                            from Sketch-Up.




Graduate Project Studio 2 (Design 5), in conjunction with Graduate         a.	Final project program
Project Studio 1 (Design 4), is the culmination of each students’          creation, development, and
undergraduate design education. Design theory, along with ways of
                                                                           completion,
thinking and methods of making which have been learned in the students’
first three years are crystallized in this final graduation project.       b.	Intense program research,
                                                                           problem analysis, and creation
In Graduate Project Studio 2 (Design 5) students will have the opportunity of professional solutions,
to finalize their designs that they began to develop in the previous       c.	Complete documentation of
semester. The emphasis of this studio is on final production of            final project.
presentation materials: Models, drawings, renderings, process work, final
portfolio.
A comprehensive studio of the necessary technical skills required for   To provide the essential skills
making clothing in the fashion industry. This will include clothing     and knowledge of the technical
construction, elementary flat pattern drafting, design theory and       aspects of clothing construction
nomenclature (the language of design).                                  for the fashion industry.
A comprehensive studio exploring the three dimensional form of clothing,      To realize alternative creative
through the elements and principles of design, for the creation of Artwear.   outcomes by drawing
Concept development, material explorations and creative construction/         inspiration and generating ideas
deconstruction techniques will be utilized to push the boundaries of          from the Zeitgiest (Spirit of the
garment design to develop sculptural and other artistic outcomes using        Times) in the development of
the body as a reference.                                                      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.
A comprehensive studio of the necessary technical skills required for       To provide the essential skills
making clothing in the fashion industry. This will include flat pattern     and knowledge of the technical
drafting, pattern manipulation, clothing construction, design theory and    aspects of patternmaking for
nomenclature (the language of design).                                      the fashion industry. To develop
                                                                            a basic set of slopers,
                                                                            understand pattern
                                                                            manipulation and how these
                                                                            techniques enhance the
                                                                            creative design process.




Fashion retailing is an English-based course, therefore, all                1. Learn terms and concepts of
communications during the class, including lecture, discussion, in-class    fashion retailing.
practice, task presentations, would be done in English. Fashion retailing   2. Explore important issues and
is provided to help students to build a knowledge base related to fashion   trends in the fashion retail
retailing.                                                                  industry.
                                                                            3. Build a knowledge base of
                                                                            diverse aspects of fashion
                                                                            retailing.
                                                                            4. Develop meaningful
                                                                            implications for the fashion
                                                                            retail industry.
Course Outline                                                              At the end of the semester, the
1.	Comprehensive analysis of the Laws of Badminton                          student should:
2.	Recommendations to Technical Officials                                   1.	Learn and understand the
3.	How to use the score sheet                                               standard recommendations to
4.	Singles Match Officiating                                                technical officials
5.	Doubles Match Officiating                                                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
The purpose this course is to know the importance of recreation and         6.	Apply thethe course, the
                                                                            At the end of knowledge in
leisure is to contribute to the health and well being of individuals and to practice and competition.
                                                                            student should be able to:
enhance the quality of community life. As such, the study of Recreation 1. Understand basic concepts
and Leisure is multidisciplinary, requiring understanding of the social,    Leisure and Recreation needed
behavioral, physical, and environmental sciences as they pertain to         in human life
helping people grow and develop in their leisure while conserving our vital 2. Identify the different system
natural resources. Knowledge of the arts and humanities is important as of Leisure and Recreation
well, because leisure and recreation is one of the most fertile             program's running around the
opportunities for self-expression and the development of community and world
Country as a whole                                                          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


Basic information about taekwondo trainnig programs and how to               The purpose of the course is to
optimize the athlete's performance.                                          enable students to develop the
                                                                             knowledge, skills, and attitudes
                                                                             necessary to understand the
                                                                             variety of factors related to
                                                                             taekwondo competition and
                                                                             performance.
The students will be introduced to basic principles of conducting scientific This course has been designed
research.                                                                    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
This course covers the study of postnatal growth, maturation, and
                                       and applications of knowledge
physical activity, their interrelationship with cognitive and psychosocial
                                       of physical growth and
development and applications to taekwondo in relation to health
                                       development in relation to
promotion as well as competitive performance.
                                       taekwondo training and
                                       competition.
스포츠산업은 다른 산업에서의 경쟁보다 더욱 심화되고 있는 것이     1.Explain the growth of the
사실이며 이러한 스포츠 관련 조직간의 승부는 효과적인 마케팅      sport industry and the
활동으로 판가름 나는 것이 사실이다. 각종 국제적 스포츠 이벤트와   fundamental process of
관련한 기업들의 홍보활동들이 보여주듯 스포츠 마케팅이라는 학문은 그 marketing sport.
학문 스스로의 가치로나 활용도가 높아지고 있는 것이 사실이다. 스포츠
마케팅이란 학문은 북미에서 시작된 학문으로 주된 관련 용어 및 학문적 2.Explain unique aspects of
논리들이 원어로 구성되어 있다. 이 수업은 스포츠마케팅을 전공하는   managing sport service
학생들이 전공관련 영문용어 및 학문적 논리들의 이해를 돕는 것에 그  products in comparison with
주 목적이 있다. 효과적인 교육 목적 달성을 위하여 강사는 다양한   managing tangible products
마케팅 관련 영상 매체 (영문) 및 교육방식을 사용할 것이다.     (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 Future of Game Development will give the students an understanding       The objective of the course is to
of past successes and failures in game development. It will give them a      create a discussion about what
hands on approach to testing the applications and limitations of current     is possible with game
technology and a look into the future of game development.                   development. The couse will
                                                                             concentrate on the students
                                                                             writing research style
                                                                             documentsand proper
                                                                             referencing.
Linear Algebra and Geometry is an introduction to vector geometry and        Students will learn
linear trasformations                                                        fundamentals of linear algebra
in two and three dimensional spaces. In a sense this course is a driving     such subjects as coordinate
force for the digital world,                                                 systems, trigonometry, vectors
e.g., games, visual entertainment, etc.                                      and vector operations,
                                                                             barycenters, representations of
                                                                             lines and planes, linear
                                                                             transformations, matrices, and
                                                                             affine transformations.
This course will teach you the fundamentals of Classical Mechanics. We         This course intends to provide
will cover the first 13 chapters of the textbook. This provides with you an    with students an understanding
understanding of kinematics, Newton’s laws of motion, conservations of         of kinematics, Newton’s laws of
energy/momentum, rotational dynamics/static equilibrium, and                   motion, conservations of energy/
gravitation, as well as development of critical thinking and problem solving   momentum, rotational
skills.                                                                        dynamics/static equilibrium,
                                                                               and gravitation, as well as
                                                                               development of critical thinking
                                                                               and problem solving skills.


This course is intended to provide basic level computer graphics. The          Through this course, students
topics we will cover include the basic 3D graphics, geometrical                will be able to understand:
processing, rendering and computer animation, The goal of this course is
to bring the advanced undergraduates up to the research level and help         - OpenGL programming with
them to be able to make serious computer graphics applications. For the        GUI tools
students who did not take Computer graphics 1, we will review some             - 3D graphics algorithms
topics of the computer graphics 1 course in the beginning of the               - Computer Animation
semester. Computer graphics programming is an essential part in this           - Rendering technique
class. We will try to validate the core computer graphics algorithms with      - Advanced image manipulation
program coding throughout the course.                                          & processing

We are going to develop a game by using Processing in this class.              Through this course, students
Processing is an open source programming language and environment for          will learn
people who want to create images, animations, and interactions. This
language is simple and powerful enough to make interactive games. In           - How to programming with
this class, we are going to go through all steps for building interactive      Processing
games including concept design, coding, debugging and presentation. All        - How to making a game
works are team-based and requires team members to cooperate and                - Team work-based project
solve problems together. In building games, all project groups should set
milestones to check up their progress and get feedbacks from other             에 대하여 배운다.
students. At the end of semester, all projects should present their works




This course introduces the iOS SDK, the tool used for programming              The Xcode aspect of the course
devices such as the iPad, iPhone and the iPod.                                 introduces the development
At the conclusion of the course, students will have experience working         environment, management of
with Xcode, the iOS Simulator, application optimization and interface          projects and graphically
building, and will combine all of these to produce an application for one of   debugging the source code.
the above devices.                                                             Students will also learn about
                                                                               the iOS Simulator and how to
Topics include: Xcode; iOS Simulation; Performance Analysis; and               simulate execution on a Mac
Interface Building.                                                            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.
This course will teach the basics of 3D Animation in Maya                 The students should be
                                                                          comfortable with the Maya
                                                                          authoring suite and this course
                                                                          should allow the student to then
                                                                          learn more on their own.




The purpose of the “Theatre Biomechanics” course is to apply the      If an actor studies all the main
principles of theatre biomechanics of actor’s movements invented by   principles of theatrical
Meyerhold.                                                            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.
This subject is based on the system of eurhythmic education of E.-J. - to create the performance’s
Dalcrose, on the researches of Russian and foreign theatre people in atmosphere by music,
the area of plastic expressiveness of actors and directors. Theatre   - to create the theatre image of
eurhythmics elaborates actor’s psycho-techniques, develops musicality role,
and eurhythmy of an actor. Eurhythmics helps resolve the following - to set the pace and rhythm of
tasks: the ability to create the atmosphere of a performance by the   the performance and role,
means of music, to build a scenic tempo ? rhythm of both a            - to work with different theatre
performance and a role                                                genres and styles.




This course helps a student to develop his stage skills enabling him      1.	Ability to create the theatre
to create bright plastic characters on stage, to transform a simple       atmosphere and state yourself
movement into an expressive stage act. The Plastic Acting develops a      in cheerful, active and
control of emotional sphere (creating and holding an atmosphere in
                                                                          energetic condition,
terms of Michael Chekhov). The main purposes of the “Plastic Acting”
course are lifting of tensions (inner liberation, control of muscles of   2.	Art of controlling oneself,
the face and body), musical and plastic training and improvisation ?      3.	Win the constraint and
developing improvising feelings through physical action.                  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
This is a digital piano course for Music Production majors studying
                                      Music Production students'
and practicing fundamental piano theory, concepts and applied skills.
                                      individual digital piano skills
Students will apply these techniques in performing various genres of
                                      as well as their
music such as jazz, pop, contemporary music and contemporary
                                      ensemble performance
christian music. This course is taught in English.
                                      techniques by teaching them
본 강좌는 영어강의로 진행되며 뮤직프로덕션과 학생들을 위한 기본적인 piano chord progressions,
피아노 테크닉과 음악적 개념을 디지털 피아노를 통해 올바른      scales, melodies and
연주방법을 실습하고 실용적인 피아노음악의 다양한 장르 즉,      improvisational techniques
재즈피아노, 팝, 대중음악, CCM 등을 익히고 학습한다.
                                      뮤직프로덕션과 학생들에게
                                      필요한 피아노 코드진행,
                                      스케일, 멜로디, 즉흥방법 등
                                      다양한 건반 테크닉들을
                                      지도하여 개인실력은
                                      물론 합주 테크닉까지 향상
                                      시키고자 한다.


This seminar course for undergraduate students has been designed to           1. Integration of understanding
make group discussion and seminar presentation by students. At the            of basic pharmacy courses
begining of the semester, students will be provided with the selected         2. Improvement of oral
topics and source of study materials. Course moderator will give lectures     presentation in English
on the selected topics. Students will do self-study on a preselcted topic     3. Extend knowledge of drug
and will sit on a MCQ test. The course moderator will evaluate the MCQ        design and therapy
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.
To introduce the molecular mechanism of carcinogenesis, this course           Cancer is a debilitating disease
module will be focused on introduction to oncogenes and tumor                 that still imposes a huge health
suppressor genes, genetic and environmental causes of cancer, role of         and economic burden
cell signaling in carcinogenesis, mechanism of tumor progression, cancer      throughout the world. The
stem cell, etc.                                                               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.
(교과목 개요)                                                                      To introduce different organs
Study of human physiology is the key to understand the pathologic             and systems of human body
course of various disease processes, mechanisms of drug action,               and to discuss their role in the
potential toxicities of drugs, pharmacokinetics and new drug                  regulation of body functions.
development. This course is, therefore, designed to discuss basics of
human physiological processes, such as introduction to organs and
systems and their normal functions.
To introduce the molecular mechanism of carcinogenesis, this course         Cancer is a debilitating disease
module will be focused on introduction to oncogenes and tumor               that still imposes a huge health
suppressor genes, genetic and environmental causes of cancer, role of       and economic burden
cell signaling in carcinogenesis, mechanism of tumor progression, cancer    throughout the world. The
stem cell, etc.                                                             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.
Study of human physiology is the key to understand the pathologic           To introduce different organs
course of various disease processes, mechanisms of drug action,             and systems of human body
potential toxicities of drugs, pharmacokinetics and new drug                and to discuss their role in the
development. This course is, therefore, designed to discuss basics of       regulation of body functions.
human physiological processes, such as introduction to organs and
systems and their normal functions.
This course begins with simple writing styles such as description and       -	To plan and organize a
moves into more complex tasks such as analysis, evaluation, citation,       paper by working through your
and argumentation. We will begin with basic vocabulary and grammar          writing process
issues of sentence writing and gradually move into higher matters of
                                                                            -	To benefit from peer
paragraph structuring and developing writing fluency. Assignments will
begin with short essays and end with longer research papers. Other          response to your writing
assignments may possibly include resumes, business writing, e-mails,        -	To identify and understand
and web pages. As this is a higher-level course there will be an emphasis   the audience and purpose in
on issues of APA citation and standards.                                    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 course begins with simple writing styles such as description and        -	To plan and organize a
moves into more complex tasks such as analysis, evaluation, citation,        paper by working through your
and argumentation. We will begin with basic vocabulary and grammar           writing process
issues of sentence writing and gradually move into higher matters of
                                                                             -	To benefit from peer
paragraph structuring and developing writing fluency. Assignments will
begin with short essays and end with longer research papers. Other           response to your writing
assignments may possibly include resumes, business writing, e-mails,         -	To identify and understand
and web pages. As this is a higher-level course there will be an emphasis    the audience and purpose in
on issues of APA citation and standards.                                     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
This is an English conversation course where the emphasis is placed on       mechanics
                                                                             This is an English conversation
the use of English in its spoken medium. Students will be expected to        course with the express aim of
participate and engage each other in conversation guided by the              developing the student's spoken
instructor. Students will study a different topic every week and develop     English skills. Starting from the
their proficiency within this area and also their overall knowledge of the   first lesson, students will be
language.                                                                    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 where the emphasis is placed on       This is an English conversation
the use of English in its spoken medium. Students will be expected to        course with the express aim of
participate and engage each other in conversation guided by the              developing the student's spoken
instructor. Students will study a different topic every week and develop     English skills. Starting from the
their proficiency within this area and also their overall knowledge of the   first lesson, students will be
language.                                                                    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 where the emphasis is placed on       This is an English conversation
the use of English in its spoken medium. Students will be expected to        course with the express aim of
participate and engage each other in conversation guided by the              developing the student's spoken
instructor. Students will study a different topic every week and develop     English skills. Starting from the
their proficiency within this area and also their overall knowledge of the   first lesson, students will be
language.                                                                    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
This is an English conversation course where the emphasis is placed on       course with the express aim of
the use of English in its spoken medium. Students will be expected to        developing the student's spoken
participate and engage each other in conversation guided by the              English skills. Starting from the
instructor. Students will study a different topic every week and develop     first lesson, students will be
their proficiency within this area and also their overall knowledge of the   encouraged to actively
language.                                                                    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 where the emphasis is placed on       This is an English conversation
the use of English in its spoken medium. Students will be expected to        course with the express aim of
participate and engage each other in conversation guided by the              developing the student's spoken
instructor. Students will study a different topic every week and develop     English skills. Starting from the
their proficiency within this area and also their overall knowledge of the   first lesson, students will be
language.                                                                    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 emphasizes the use of English in its        This English conversation
spoken form. Students will study a different topic every week. Using         course has the main objective
these topics, students will participate in guided discussion with the        of improving students' spoken
instructor and classmates. This course aims to develop proficiency,          English skills. Students will be
vocabulary, confidence and overall knowledge of the English language.        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 where the emphasis is placed on       This is an English conversation
the use of English in its spoken medium. Students will be expected to        course with the express aim of
participate and engage each other in conversation guided by the              developing the student's spoken
instructor. Students will study a different topic every week and develop     English skills. Starting from the
their proficiency within this area and also their overall knowledge of the   first lesson, students will be
language.                                                                    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 where the emphasis is placed on       This is an English conversation
the use of English in its spoken medium. Students will be expected to        course with the express aim of
participate and engage each other in conversation guided by the              developing the student's spoken
instructor. Students will study a different topic every week and develop     English skills. Starting from the
their proficiency within this area and also their overall knowledge of the   first lesson, students will be
language.                                                                    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 where the emphasis is placed on       This is an English conversation
the use of English in its spoken medium. Students will be expected to        course with the express aim of
participate and engage each other in conversation guided by the teacher.     developing the student's spoken
Students will study a different topic every week and develop their           English skills. Starting from the
proficiency within this area and also their overall knowledge of the         first lesson students will be
language.                                                                    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
This is an English conversation course where the emphasis is placed on       course with the express aim of
the use of English in its spoken medium. Students will be expected to        developing the student's spoken
participate and engage each other in conversation guided by the              English skills. Starting from the
instructor. Students will study a different topic every week and develop     first lesson, students will be
their proficiency within this area and also their overall knowledge of the   encouraged to actively
language.                                                                    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 where the emphasis is placed on       This is an English conversation
the use of English in its spoken medium. Students will be expected to        course with the express aim of
participate and engage each other in conversation guided by the              developing the student's spoken
instructor. Students will study a different topic every week and develop     English skills. Starting from the
their proficiency within this area and also their overall knowledge of the   first lesson, students will be
language.                                                                    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 where the emphasis is placed on   This is an English conversation
the use of English in its spoken medium. Students will be expected to    course with the express aim of
participate and engage each other in conversation guided by the          developing the student's spoken
instructor. Students will study a different topic every week and develop English skills. Starting from the
                                                                         first lesson, students will be
their proficiency within this area and also their overall knowledge of the
language.                                                                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 emphasizes the use of English in its    This English conversation
spoken form. Students will study a different topic every week. Using     course has the main objective
these topics, students will participate in guided discussion with the    of improving students' spoken
instructor and classmates. This course aims to develop proficiency,      English skills. Students will be
vocabulary, confidence and overall knowledge of the English language.    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 where the emphasis is placed on This is an English conversation
the use of English in its spoken medium. Students will be expected to    course with the express aim of
participate and engage each other in conversation guided by the teacher. developing the student's spoken
Students will study a different topic every week and develop their       English skills. Starting from the
proficiency within this area and also their overall knowledge of the     first lesson students will be
language.                                                                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 emphasizes the use of English in its        This English conversation
spoken form. Students will study a different topic every week. Using         course has the main objective
these topics, students will participate in guided discussion with the        of improving students' spoken
instructor and classmates. This course aims to develop proficiency,          English skills. Students will be
vocabulary, confidence and overall knowledge of the English language.        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 where the emphasis is placed on       This is an English conversation
the use of English in its spoken medium. Students will be expected to        course with the express aim of
participate and engage each other in conversation guided by the              developing the student's spoken
instructor. Students will study a different topic every week and develop     English skills. Starting from the
their proficiency within this area and also their overall knowledge of the   first lesson, students will be
language.                                                                    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 where the emphasis is placed on       This is an English conversation
the use of English in its spoken medium. Students will be expected to        course with the express aim of
participate and engage each other in conversation guided by the              developing the student's spoken
instructor. Students will study a different topic every week and develop     English skills. Starting from the
their proficiency within this area and also their overall knowledge of the   first lesson, students will be
language.                                                                    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 where the emphasis is placed on       This is an English conversation
the use of English in its spoken medium. Students will be expected to        course with the express aim of
participate and engage each other in conversation guided by the              developing the student's spoken
instructor. Students will study a different topic every week and develop     English skills. Starting from the
their proficiency within this area and also their overall knowledge of the   first lesson, students will be
language.                                                                    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 where the emphasis is placed on       This is an English conversation
the use of English in its spoken medium. Students will be expected to        course with the express aim of
participate and engage each other in conversation guided by the              developing the student's spoken
instructor. Students will study a different topic every week and develop     English skills. Starting from the
their proficiency within this area and also their overall knowledge of the   first lesson, students will be
language.                                                                    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 where the emphasis is placed on       This is an English conversation
the use of English in its spoken medium. Students will be expected to        course with the express aim of
participate and engage each other in conversation guided by the teacher.     developing the student's spoken
Students will study a different topic every week and develop their           English skills. Starting from the
proficiency within this area and also their overall knowledge of the         first lesson students will be
language.                                                                    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
This is an English conversation course where the emphasis is placed on       course with the express aim of
the use of English in its spoken medium. Students will be expected to        developing the student's spoken
participate and engage each other in conversation guided by the              English skills. Starting from the
instructor. Students will study a different topic every week and develop     first lesson, students will be
their proficiency within this area and also their overall knowledge of the   encouraged to actively
language.                                                                    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
This is an English conversation course where the emphasis is placed on       course with the express aim of
the use of English in its spoken medium. Students will be expected to        developing the student's spoken
participate and engage each other in conversation guided by the              English skills. Starting from the
instructor. Students will study a different topic every week and develop     first lesson, students will be
their proficiency within this area and also their overall knowledge of the   encouraged to actively
language.                                                                    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 where the emphasis is placed on       This is an English conversation
the use of English in its spoken medium. Students will be expected to        course with the express aim of
participate and engage each other in conversation guided by the              developing the student's spoken
instructor. Students will study a different topic every week and develop     English skills. Starting from the
their proficiency within this area and also their overall knowledge of the   first lesson, students will be
language.                                                                    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 where the emphasis is placed on       This is an English conversation
the use of English in its spoken medium. Students will be expected to        course with the express aim of
participate and engage each other in conversation guided by the              developing the student's spoken
instructor. Students will study a different topic every week and develop     English skills. Starting from the
their proficiency within this area and also their overall knowledge of the   first lesson, students will be
language.                                                                    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 where the emphasis is placed on       This is an English conversation
the use of English in its spoken medium. Students will be expected to        course with the express aim of
participate and engage each other in conversation guided by the              developing the student's spoken
instructor. Students will study a different topic every week and develop     English skills. Starting from the
their proficiency within this area and also their overall knowledge of the   first lesson, students will be
language.                                                                    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 where the emphasis is placed on  This is an English conversation
the use of English in its spoken medium. Students will be expected to   course with the express aim of
participate and engage each other in conversation guided by the         developing the student's spoken
instructor. Students will study a different topic every week and developEnglish skills. Starting from the
                                                                        first lesson, students will be
their proficiency within this area and also their overall knowledge of the
language.                                                               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.
English Conversation focuses on practical daily conversation. In this   The goals of this course are to
class we will approach language learning through presentations,         have students become more
speaking, and expansion of communication forms and structures that will comfortable and confident with
promote confidence and development of speaking and listening skills.    basic conversational situations
                                                                        and to improve their listening
                                                                        ability and fluency level.



This is an English conversation course where the emphasis is placed on       This is an English conversation
the use of English in its spoken medium. Students will be expected to        course with the express aim of
participate and engage each other in conversation guided by the teacher.     developing the student's spoken
Students will study a different topic every week and develop their           English skills. Starting from the
proficiency within this area and also their overall knowledge of the         first lesson students will be
language.                                                                    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 where the emphasis is placed on       This is an English conversation
the use of English in its spoken medium. Students will be expected to        course with the express aim of
participate and engage each other in conversation guided by the              developing the student's spoken
instructor. Students will study a different topic every week and develop     English skills. Starting from the
their proficiency within this area and also their overall knowledge of the   first lesson, students will be
language.                                                                    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 where the emphasis is placed on        This is an English conversation
the use of English in its spoken medium. Students will be expected to         course with the express aim of
participate and engage each other in conversation guided by the               developing the student's spoken
instructorteacher. Students will study a different topic every week and       English skills. Starting from the
develop their proficiency within this area and also their overall knowledge   first lesson, students will be
of the language.                                                              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 where the emphasis is placed on  This is an English conversation
the use of English in its spoken medium. Students will be expected to   course with the express aim of
participate and engage each other in conversation guided by the         developing the student's spoken
instructor. Students will study a different topic every week and developEnglish skills. Starting from the
                                                                        first lesson, students will be
their proficiency within this area and also their overall knowledge of the
language.                                                               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.
English Conversation focuses on practical daily conversation. In this   The goals of this course are to
class we will approach language learning through presentations,         have students become more
speaking, and expansion of communication forms and structures that will comfortable and confident with
promote confidence and development of speaking and listening skills.    basic conversational situations
                                                                        and to improve their listening
                                                                        ability and fluency level.



This is an English conversation course where the emphasis is placed on        This is an English conversation
the use of English in its spoken medium. Students will be expected to         course with the express aim of
participate and engage each other in conversation guided by the               developing the student's spoken
instructor. Students will study a different topic every week and develop      English skills. Starting from the
their proficiency within this area and also their overall knowledge of the    first lesson, students will be
language.                                                                     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 where the emphasis is placed on       This is an English conversation
the use of English in its spoken medium. Students will be expected to        course with the express aim of
participate and engage each other in conversation guided by the              developing the student's spoken
instructor. Students will study a different topic every week and develop     English skills. Starting from the
their proficiency within this area and also their overall knowledge of the   first lesson students will be
language.                                                                    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 where the emphasis is placed on       This is an English conversation
the use of English in its spoken medium. Students will be expected to        course with the express aim of
participate and engage each other in conversation guided by the              developing the student's spoken
instructor. Students will study a different topic every week and develop     English skills. Starting from the
their proficiency within this area and also their overall knowledge of the   first lesson, students will be
language.                                                                    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 where the emphasis is placed on       This is an English conversation
the use of English in its spoken medium. Students will be expected to        course with the express aim of
participate and engage each other in conversation guided by the              developing the student's spoken
instructor. Students will study a different topic every week and develop     English skills. Starting from the
their proficiency within this area and also their overall knowledge of the   first lesson students will be
language.                                                                    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 where the emphasis is placed on       This is an English conversation
the use of English in its spoken medium. Students will be expected to        course with the express aim of
participate and engage each other in conversation guided by the              developing the student's spoken
instructor. Students will study a different topic every week and develop     English skills. Starting from the
their proficiency within this area and also their overall knowledge of the   first lesson, students will be
language.                                                                    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 where the emphasis is placed on       This is an English conversation
the use of English in its spoken medium. Students will be expected to        course with the express aim of
participate and engage each other in conversation guided by the              developing the student's spoken
instructor. Students will study a different topic every week and develop     English skills. Starting from the
their proficiency within this area and also their overall knowledge of the   first lesson students will be
language.                                                                    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 where the emphasis is placed on       This is an English conversation
the use of English in its spoken medium. Students will be expected to        course with the express aim of
participate and engage each other in conversation guided by the              developing the student's spoken
instructor. Students will study a different topic every week and develop     English skills. Starting from the
their proficiency within this area and also their overall knowledge of the   first lesson, students will be
language.                                                                    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
This is an English conversation course where the emphasis is placed on       course with the express aim of
the use of English in its spoken medium. Students will be expected to        developing the student's spoken
participate and engage each other in conversation guided by the              English skills. Starting from the
instructor. Students will study a different topic every week and develop     first lesson, students will be
their proficiency within this area and also their overall knowledge of the   encouraged to actively
language.                                                                    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 where the emphasis is placed on       This is an English conversation
the use of English in its spoken medium. Students will be expected to        course with the express aim of
participate and engage each other in conversation guided by the              developing the student's spoken
instructor. Students will study a different topic every week and develop     English skills. Starting from the
their proficiency within this area and also their overall knowledge of the   first lesson, students will be
language.                                                                    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 where the emphasis is placed on       This is an English conversation
the use of English in its spoken medium. Students will be expected to        course with the express aim of
participate and engage each other in conversation guided by the              developing the student's spoken
instructor. Students will study a different topic every week and develop     English skills. Starting from the
their proficiency within this area and also their overall knowledge of the   first lesson students will be
language.                                                                    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 where the emphasis is placed on       This is an English conversation
the use of English in its spoken medium. Students will be expected to        course with the express aim of
participate and engage each other in conversation guided by the              developing the student's spoken
instructor. Students will study a different topic every week and develop     English skills. Starting from the
their proficiency within this area and also their overall knowledge of the   first lesson, students will be
language.                                                                    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 where the emphasis is placed on       This is an English conversation
the use of English in its spoken medium. Students will be expected to        course with the express aim of
participate and engage each other in conversation guided by the              developing the student's spoken
instructor. Students will study a different topic every week and develop     English skills. Starting from the
their proficiency within this area and also their overall knowledge of the   first lesson students will be
language.                                                                    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 where the emphasis is placed on        This is an English conversation
the use of English in its spoken medium. Students will be expected to         course with the express aim of
participate and engage each other in conversation guided by the               developing the student's spoken
instructor. Students will study a different topic every week and develop      English skills. Starting from the
their proficiency within this area and also their overall knowledge of the    first lesson, students will be
language.                                                                     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 where the emphasis is placed on        This is an English conversation
the use of English in its spoken medium. Students will be expected to         course with the express aim of
participate and engage each other in conversation guided by the               developing the student's spoken
instructor. Students will study a different topic every week and develop      English skills. Starting from the
their proficiency within this area and also their overall knowledge of the    first lesson, students will be
language.                                                                     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 where the emphasis is placed on        This is an English conversation
the use of English in its spoken medium. Students will be expected to         course with the express aim of
participate and engage each other in conversation guided by the               developing the student's spoken
instructorteacher. Students will study a different topic every week and       English skills. Starting from the
develop their proficiency within this area and also their overall knowledge   first lesson, students will be
of the language.                                                              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 where the emphasis is placed on       This is an English conversation
the use of English in its spoken medium. Students will be expected to        course with the express aim of
participate and engage each other in conversation guided by the teacher.     developing the student's spoken
Students will study a different topic every week and develop their           English skills. Starting from the
proficiency within this area and also their overall knowledge of the         first lesson students will be
language.                                                                    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
This is an English conversation course where the emphasis is placed on       course with the express aim of
the use of English in its spoken medium. Students will be expected to        developing the student's spoken
participate and engage each other in conversation guided by the              English skills. Starting from the
instructor. Students will study a different topic every week and develop     first lesson, students will be
their proficiency within this area and also their overall knowledge of the   encouraged to actively
language.                                                                    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 where the emphasis is placed on  This is an English conversation
the use of English in its spoken medium. Students will be expected to   course with the express aim of
participate and engage each other in conversation guided by the         developing the student's spoken
instructor. Students will study a different topic every week and developEnglish skills. Starting from the
                                                                        first lesson, students will be
their proficiency within this area and also their overall knowledge of the
language.                                                               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.
English Conversation focuses on practical daily conversation. In this   The goals of this course are to
class we will approach language learning through presentations,         have students become more
speaking, and expansion of communication forms and structures that will comfortable and confident with
promote confidence and development of speaking and listening skills.    basic conversational situations
                                                                        and to improve their listening
                                                                        ability and fluency level.



This is an English conversation course where the emphasis is placed on       This is an English conversation
the use of English in its spoken medium. Students will be expected to        course with the express aim of
participate and engage each other in conversation guided by the              developing the student's spoken
instructor. Students will study a different topic every week and develop     English skills. Starting from the
their proficiency within this area and also their overall knowledge of the   first lesson, students will be
language.                                                                    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 where the emphasis is placed on       This is an English conversation
the use of English in its spoken medium. Students will be expected to        course with the express aim of
participate and engage each other in conversation guided by the              developing the student's spoken
instructor. Students will study a different topic every week and develop     English skills. Starting from the
their proficiency within this area and also their overall knowledge of the   first lesson, students will be
language.                                                                    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 where the emphasis is placed on       This is an English conversation
the use of English in its spoken medium. Students will be expected to        course with the express aim of
participate and engage each other in conversation guided by the              developing the student's spoken
instructor. Students will study a different topic every week and develop     English skills. Starting from the
their proficiency within this area and also their overall knowledge of the   first lesson students will be
language.                                                                    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 where the emphasis is placed on       This is an English conversation
the use of English in its spoken medium. Students will be expected to        course with the express aim of
participate and engage each other in conversation guided by the              developing the student's spoken
instructor. Students will study a different topic every week and develop     English skills. Starting from the
their proficiency within this area and also their overall knowledge of the   first lesson, students will be
language.                                                                    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 where the emphasis is placed on       This is an English conversation
the use of English in its spoken medium. Students will be expected to        course with the express aim of
participate and engage each other in conversation guided by the              developing the student's spoken
instructor. Students will study a different topic every week and develop     English skills. Starting from the
their proficiency within this area and also their overall knowledge of the   first lesson students will be
language.                                                                    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 where the emphasis is placed on       This is an English conversation
the use of English in its spoken medium. Students will be expected to        course with the express aim of
participate and engage each other in conversation guided by the              developing the student's spoken
instructor. Students will study a different topic every week and develop     English skills. Starting from the
their proficiency within this area and also their overall knowledge of the   first lesson, students will be
language.                                                                    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 where the emphasis is placed on       This is an English conversation
the use of English in its spoken medium. Students will be expected to        course with the express aim of
participate and engage each other in conversation guided by the              developing the student's spoken
instructor. Students will study a different topic every week and develop     English skills. Starting from the
their proficiency within this area and also their overall knowledge of the   first lesson students will be
language.                                                                    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 where the emphasis is placed on       This is an English conversation
the use of English in its spoken medium. Students will be expected to        course with the express aim of
participate and engage each other in conversation guided by the              developing the student's spoken
instructor. Students will study a different topic every week and develop     English skills. Starting from the
their proficiency within this area and also their overall knowledge of the   first lesson, students will be
language.                                                                    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 where the emphasis is placed on       This is an English conversation
the use of English in its spoken medium. Students will be expected to        course with the express aim of
participate and engage each other in conversation guided by the              developing the student's spoken
instructor. Students will study a different topic every week and develop     English skills. Starting from the
their proficiency within this area and also their overall knowledge of the   first lesson students will be
language.                                                                    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 where the emphasis is placed on       This is an English conversation
the use of English in its spoken medium. Students will be expected to        course with the express aim of
participate and engage each other in conversation guided by the              developing the student's spoken
instructor. Students will study a different topic every week and develop     English skills. Starting from the
their proficiency within this area and also their overall knowledge of the   first lesson students will be
language.                                                                    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 where the emphasis is placed on       This is an English conversation
the use of English in its spoken medium. Students will be expected to        course with the express aim of
participate and engage each other in conversation guided by the              developing the student's spoken
instructor. Students will study a different topic every week and develop     English skills. Starting from the
their proficiency within this area and also their overall knowledge of the   first lesson, students will be
language.                                                                    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 where the emphasis is placed on       This is an English conversation
the use of English in its spoken medium. Students will be expected to        course with the express aim of
participate and engage each other in conversation guided by the              developing the student's spoken
instructor. Students will study a different topic every week and develop     English skills. Starting from the
their proficiency within this area and also their overall knowledge of the   first lesson students will be
language.                                                                    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 where the emphasis is placed on       This is an English conversation
the use of English in its spoken medium. Students will be expected to        course with the express aim of
participate and engage each other in conversation guided by the              developing the student's spoken
instructor. Students will study a different topic every week and develop     English skills. Starting from the
their proficiency within this area and also their overall knowledge of the   first lesson, students will be
language.                                                                    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 where the emphasis is placed on       This is an English conversation
the use of English in its spoken medium. Students will be expected to        course with the express aim of
participate and engage each other in conversation guided by the teacher.     developing the student's spoken
Students will study a different topic every week and develop their           English skills. Starting from the
proficiency within this area and also their overall knowledge of the         first lesson students will be
language.                                                                    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 where the emphasis is placed on       This is an English conversation
the use of English in its spoken medium. Students will be expected to        course with the express aim of
participate and engage each other in conversation guided by the              developing the student's spoken
instructor. Students will study a different topic every week and develop     English skills. Starting from the
their proficiency within this area and also their overall knowledge of the   first lesson students will be
language.                                                                    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 where the emphasis is placed on       This is an English conversation
the use of English in its spoken medium. Students will be expected to        course with the express aim of
participate and engage each other in conversation guided by the              developing the student's spoken
instructor. Students will study a different topic every week and develop     English skills. Starting from the
their proficiency within this area and also their overall knowledge of the   first lesson, students will be
language.                                                                    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 where the emphasis is placed on       This is an English conversation
the use of English in its spoken medium. Students will be expected to        course with the express aim of
participate and engage each other in conversation guided by the              developing the student's spoken
instructor. Students will study a different topic every week and develop     English skills. Starting from the
their proficiency within this area and also their overall knowledge of the   first lesson, students will be
language.                                                                    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.




English Conversation focuses on practical daily conversation. In this        The goals of this course are to
class we will approach language learning through presentations,              have students become more
speaking, and expansion of communication forms and structures that will      comfortable and confident with
promote confidence and development of speaking and listening skills.         basic conversational situations
                                                                             and to improve their listening
                                                                             ability and fluency level.
This English conversation course emphasizes the use of English in its    This English conversation
spoken form. Students will study a different topic every week. Using     course has the main objective
these topics, students will participate in guided discussion with the    of improving students' spoken
instructor and classmates. At times students will debate, discuss or     English skills. Students will be
                                                                         encouraged to participate in
converse in different settings: as pairs, in groups and as an entire class.
This course aims to develop proficiency, vocabulary, confidence and      English conversation each
overall knowledge of the English language.                               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 where the emphasis is placed on This is an English conversation
the use of English in its spoken medium. Students will be expected to    course with the express aim of
participate and engage each other in conversation guided by the teacher. developing the student's spoken
Students will study a different topic every week and develop their       English skills. Starting from the
proficiency within this area and also their overall knowledge of the     first lesson students will be
language.                                                                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.
English Conversation focuses on practical daily conversation. In this    The goals of this course are to
class we will approach language learning through presentations,          have students become more
speaking, and expansion of communication forms and structures that will comfortable and confident with
promote confidence and development of speaking and listening skills.     basic conversational situations
                                                                         and to improve their listening
                                                                         ability and fluency level.



This is an English conversation course where the emphasis is placed on        This is an English conversation
the use of English in its spoken medium. Students will be expected to         course with the express aim of
participate and engage each other in conversation guided by the teacher.      developing the student's spoken
Students will study a different topic every week and develop their            English skills. Starting from the
proficiency within this area and also their overall knowledge of the          first lesson students will be
language.                                                                     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 where the emphasis is placed on         This is an English conversation
the use of English in its spoken medium. Students will be expected to          course with the express aim of
participate and engage each other in conversation, discussion, and             developing the student's spoken
debate guided by the instructor. Students will study a different topic every   English skills. Starting from the
week and develop their proficiency within this area and also their overall     first lesson students will be
knowledge of the language.                                                     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 where the emphasis is placed on         This is an English conversation
the use of English in its spoken medium. Students will be expected to          course with the express aim of
participate and engage each other in conversation guided by the                developing the student's spoken
instructor. Students will study a different topic every week and develop       English skills. Starting from the
their proficiency within this area and also their overall knowledge of the     first lesson, students will be
language.                                                                      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 emphasizes the use of English in its          This English conversation
spoken form. Students will study a different topic every week. Using           course has the main objective
these topics, students will participate in guided discussion with the          of improving students' spoken
instructor and classmates. At times students will debate, discuss or           English skills. Students will be
converse in different settings: as pairs, in groups and as an entire class.    encouraged to participate in
This course aims to develop proficiency, vocabulary, confidence and            English conversation each
overall knowledge of the English language.                                     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 where the emphasis is placed on       This is an English conversation
the use of English in its spoken medium. Students will be expected to        course with the express aim of
participate and engage each other in conversation guided by the teacher.     developing the student's spoken
Students will study a different topic every week and develop their           English skills. Starting from the
proficiency within this area and also their overall knowledge of the         first lesson students will be
language.                                                                    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 where the emphasis is placed on This is an English conversation
the use of English in its spoken medium. Students will be expected to        course with the express aim of
participate and engage each other in conversation, discussion, and           developing the student's spoken
debate guided by the instructor. Students will study a different topic every English skills. Starting from the
week and develop their proficiency within this area and also their overall first lesson students will be
knowledge of the language.                                                   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 where the emphasis is placed on This is an English conversation
the use of English in its spoken medium. Students will be expected to        course with the express aim of
participate and engage each other in conversation guided by the teacher. developing the student's spoken
Students will study a different topic every week and develop their           English skills. Starting from the
proficiency within this area and also their overall knowledge of the         first lesson students will be
language.                                                                    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 where the emphasis is placed on         This is an English conversation
the use of English in its spoken medium. Students will be expected to          course with the express aim of
participate and engage each other in conversation, discussion, and             developing the student's spoken
debate guided by the instructor. Students will study a different topic every   English skills. Starting from the
week and develop their proficiency within this area and also their overall     first lesson students will be
knowledge of the language.                                                     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 where the emphasis is placed on         This is an English conversation
the use of English in its spoken medium. Students will be expected to          course with the express aim of
participate and engage each other in conversation guided by the                developing the student's spoken
instructor. Students will study a different topic every week and develop       English skills. Starting from the
their proficiency within this area and also their overall knowledge of the     first lesson, students will be
language.                                                                      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 where the emphasis is placed on         This is an English conversation
the use of English in its spoken medium. Students will be expected to          course with the express aim of
participate and engage each other in conversation, discussion, and             developing the student's spoken
debate guided by the instructor. Students will study a different topic every   English skills. Starting from the
week and develop their proficiency within this area and also their overall     first lesson students will be
knowledge of the language.                                                     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 emphasizes the use of English in its         This English conversation
spoken form. Students will study a different topic every week. Using          course has the main objective
these topics, students will participate in guided discussion with the         of improving students' spoken
instructor and classmates. At times students will debate, discuss or          English skills. Students will be
converse in different settings: as pairs, in groups and as an entire class.   encouraged to participate in
This course aims to develop proficiency, vocabulary, confidence and           English conversation each
overall knowledge of the English language.                                    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 where the emphasis is placed on        This is an English conversation
the use of English in its spoken medium. Students will be expected to         course with the express aim of
participate and engage each other in conversation guided by the               developing the student's spoken
instructor. Students will study a different topic every week and develop      English skills. Starting from the
their proficiency within this area and also their overall knowledge of the    first lesson, students will be
language.                                                                     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 where the emphasis is placed on        This is an English conversation
the use of English in its spoken medium. Students will be expected to         course with the express aim of
participate and engage each other in conversation guided by the teacher.      developing the student's spoken
Students will study a different topic every week and develop their            English skills. Starting from the
proficiency within this area and also their overall knowledge of the          first lesson students will be
language.                                                                     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 where the emphasis is placed on       This is an English conversation
the use of English in its spoken medium. Students will be expected to        course with the express aim of
participate and engage each other in conversation, discussion, and           developing the student's spoken
debate guided by the instructor. Students will study a different topic every English skills. Starting from the
week and develop their proficiency within this area and also their overall   first lesson students will be
knowledge of the language.                                                   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 where the emphasis is placed on This is an English conversation
the use of English in its spoken medium. Students will be expected to        course with the express aim of
participate and engage each other in conversation guided by the teacher. developing the student's spoken
Students will study a different topic every week and develop their           English skills. Starting from the
proficiency within this area and also their overall knowledge of the         first lesson students will be
language.                                                                    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 where the emphasis is placed on This is an English conversation
the use of English in its spoken medium. Students will be expected to        course with the express aim of
participate and engage each other in conversation, discussion, and           developing the student's spoken
debate guided by the instructor. Students will study a different topic every English skills. Starting from the
week and develop their proficiency within this area and also their overall first lesson students will be
knowledge of the language.                                                   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.
English Conversation focuses on practical daily conversation. In this        The goals of this course are to
class we will approach language learning through presentations,              have students become more
speaking, and expansion of communication forms and structures that will comfortable and confident with
promote confidence and development of speaking and listening skills.         basic conversational situations
                                                                             and to improve their listening
                                                                             ability and fluency level.
This is an English conversation course where the emphasis is placed on       This is an English conversation
the use of English in its spoken medium. Students will be expected to        course with the express aim of
participate and engage each other in conversation guided by the              developing the student's spoken
instructor. Students will study a different topic every week and develop     English skills. Starting from the
their proficiency within this area and also their overall knowledge of the   first lesson, students will be
language.                                                                    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.


Writing courses concentrate on how English should be used, but this          -	Expansion of vocabulary,
course is concerned with how English is actually used in everyday            especially of conversational
conversation or in business settings. The focus of this course is not
                                                                             idioms and expressions
grammar but more situational issues such as showing respect or
familiarity and using idioms and expressions. There will be an additional    -	Increase in speed and
emphasis on presentations and usage for academic and career                  complexity of vocal response
situations, and on communications technology such as PowerPoint,             -	Increased aptitude for
video editing, and web design.                                               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
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.
Plagiarism is presenting the ideas or words of another person as your own. This class
has a ZEROis required.
Attendance 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.
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
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.
Plagiarism is presenting the ideas or words of another person as your own. This class
has a ZEROis required.
Attendance 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.
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 they use cell
phones.

Texts
Required texts, notebook, and dictionary must be brought to every class.

All supplementary materials must be kept in a binder or folder and brought to every
class.
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
It may seem like a good idea to just copy someone else’s writings, from the internet or
All cell book, magazine, switched off before coming toidea to have someone ‘better’ write
from a phones must be etc. It may seem like a good class.
your assignments for you. It’s not.
Students will have 1 point deducted from their final grade each time they use cell
If I even suspect that you have cheated, you get an F.
phones.
No arguments. No exceptions. Just F.

Texts
DO YOUR OWN WORK!
Required texts, notebook, and dictionary must be brought to every class.

All supplementary materials must be kept in a binder or folder and brought to every
class.
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. 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
In-Class Behaviour: graded zero.
assignments will be 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 Students are expected to adhere to the KMU University’s Student
In-Class Behaviour: graded zero.
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 course     Class Preparation and Participation: 30%
but students will be provided with           Mid-term exam: 20% (Week 8)
photocopied article/chapter length reading   Final exam: 20% (Week 16)
assignments each week.                       Written Assignment 1: 15% (due Week 7)
                                             Written Assignment 2: 15% (due Week 15)




There is no set textbook for this course     Class attendance: 20%
but students will be provided with           Class participation: 10%
photocopied article/chapter length reading   Mid-term exam: 20% (Week 8)
assignments each week.                       Final exam: 20% (Week 16)
                                             Written Assignment 1: 15% (Due on Week
                                             7)
                                             Written Assignment 2: 15% (Due on Week
                                             15)




compilation of academic and jounalistic      to be finalized later, but approximately
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 society         reading, videos shown in the class and
-women's bodies                              newpaper articles, and presentation
-gendered sexuality                          30% take-home exam
-women and IT and others
A. Main text book: Four books will be       Attendance & Class
introduced during the semester: will be     Participation	20%	Attend all class
informed before the semester begins
                                            sessions and punctuality is also very
Sample Book Titles :
Gaarder, Jostein “Sophie’s World”, FSG      important
Classics                                    Reading Presentation	20%	Grade based
E.H. Carr. “What is History”.               on presentation skills and depth of
Nicolo Machiavelli. “The Prince”,           understanding of their reading
Drucker Peter F. “The Essential Drucker”,   Exam	                        20%	Midterm
Colins
                                            & Final (Essay)
Thaler, Richard H. and Sunstein Cass R.
“Nudge”, A Penquin Book, Economics/         Written Reports	             40%	Based on
Psychology                                  written assignments
Gladwell, Malcolm, “The Tipping Point”,     Total	                     100%	Final
“Outliers”, Back Bay Books                  distributions will be based on the
                                            Undergraduate policy for the grading
                                            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. W. Grades will be assigned based on your
Norton & Co.                            performance on the following:
Class materials available on the course
webpage.
                                        Midterm Exam	200 pts.
                                        Final Exam	300
                                        Quizzes	            100
                                        Problem Sets	100
                                        Group Presentation	100
                                        Group Project	100
                                        Class Participation	100
                                        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 the Course evaluation is as follows: 10%
Professor. Secondary textbook is Legal attendance, 20% class presentations and
Traditions of the World, H. Patrick Glenn, participation, 30% mid-term, 40% final.
Oxford University 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 writing			20%
                                          c.	Regular paper assignments (7)		50%

                                          d.	Mid-term exam			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 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
Calculus with Analytic Geometry, by       Attendance after
                                          be accepted5% seven days past the
Robert Ellis and                          Final exam 40%
                                          absence.
Denny Gulick                              Midterm exam 30%
Fifth Edition, Harcourt, 1998             Quiz 15%
                                          Homework 10%
There is no prescribe text for this course.   There are a large number of assessment
Instead, the course will utilise such         components for this course. They include:
various materials as journal articles,
                                              Mid-Semester Assessments (%)	20
periodicals and book 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 the         Grades will be based on:
Political World: A Comparative                - mid-term exam (test) (25 percent of the
Introduction to Political Science. Pearson    overall grade)
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 the     3. Second Paper; 10%
Asia-Pacific, Columbia University Press,   4. Final Exam; 30%
NY, 2003                                   5. Class Attendence; 10%
2. G. John Ikenberry and Chung-in Moon     6. Discussion Participation; 10%
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 lecturer     criteria:
will prepare lecture notes for the students
based on                                      Final exam:           40%
related references. The followings are        Term Paper            20%
some of the few examples.                     Presentation:         20%
Kihl, Young Whan. (2005). Transforming        class participation   10%
korean politics.                              attendance:           10%
Bedeski, Robert E.(1994). The                 ------------
transformation of South Korea.                100%
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 Behavior 9/     Attendance	10%	Attend all class
E: Buying, Having and Being, Michael R.     sessions and punctuality is also very
Solomon, Pearson International Edition      important
B. Reading materials: Will be informed in
                                            Final Project	40%	Grade based on
the class
                                            proposal(15%), final paper and
                                            presentation(25%) completed by each group

                                          Quiz & Exam	30%	Based on quiz(10%)
                                          & final exam(20%)
                                          Class Participation	20%	Focus on
                                          consistent contribution to class discussions
                                          and completion of homework
                                          Total	           100%	Final distributions
                                          will be based on the undergraduate policy
A. Main text book: Marketing              Attendance	10%	Attend all class
                                          for the grading
Management, Marshall & Johnston,          sessions and punctuality is also very
McGraw-Hill                               important
B. Reading materials: Will be informed in
                                          Case Presentation	30%	Grade based on
the class
                                          proposal(10%) and final paper and
                                          presentation(20%) completed by each group

                                            Hot Topic Presentation & Final Exam	40%
                                            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 Participation	20%	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. Entrepreneurship:  TBD depending upon the number of
Successfully Launching New Ventures (3 students registered in the course.
rd ed.). Prentice Hall.




A. Main text book: Advertising and          Attendance	10%	Attend all class
Promotion 9/E: an Integrated Marketing      sessions and punctuality is also very
Communications Perspective, Belch/          important
Belch, McGraw-Hill
                                            Case Presentation	30%	Grade based on
B. Reading materials: Will be informed in
the class                                   proposal(10%), final paper and
                                            presentation(20%) completed by each group

                                            Exam	20%	Based on final exam
                                            Quizzes	20%	Announced short quizzes
                                            will be given out
                                            Class Participation	20%	Focus on
                                            consistent contribution to class discussions
                                            and completion of homework (Summary
                                            assignments & group H.W.)
                                            Total	100%	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%
                                           Quizzes			10%
                                           Midterm Exam	             25%
                                           Final Exam		25%
                                           Individual Paper		10%
                                           Group paper		25%




- Arend Lijphart, Patterns of Democracy, - Class participation : 30%
Yale University Press 1999               - presentation : 35%
- reading pack                           - Final Paper :35%


                                           - 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 Politics. - mid-term exam test (25 percent of the
3rd edition, Oxford University Press, 2010 overall grade)
                                           - 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 overall
edition, Palgrave Macmillan, 2010          grade)
Hix, Simon: The Political System of the
European Union. 2nd edition, Palgrave      Please note that the partial grade for
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 Smith Each exam will be a combination of
                                        questions, from objective to essay ?type
ISBN 978-0-19-929833-4                  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
Kenneth Janda, Jeffrey Berry et al. The      a reduction of class participation points.
                                             Evaluation
Challenge of Democracy: American             7 absences will equal an F in the course.
                                             Class Participation - 30%
Government in Global Politics (11th          Midterm - 30 %
edition)                                     Final - 30 %
The textbook is at the bookstore.            Election Projection - 10%

                                             + Bonus - Full attendance - 5 %


Getting to Yes, Roger Fisher, William L.    Attendance 30%; final exam 40%; mock
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 be Grades will be based on:
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 Attendance
International Relations in Southeast Asia: and Class Participation.
The Struggle for Autonomy
by: Donald E. Weatherbee                   The Final 20% is based on a group project.
ISBN: 0-7425-2843-x                        This project will be Video-based. Students
                                           will be called upon to master video, audio,
Additional Materials will be provided by   editing, and other skills to put together this
Dr. S                                      project. Further detail will be provided the
                                           first Week of Class.




Primary materials submitted by             Course evaluation breaks down as follows:
Professor. Secondary text is International 10% attendance, 20% class presentations
Human Rights Law, Moecki, Shah and         and participation, 30% mid-term, 40% final.
Sivakumaran, (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/membership/student/l2-3




Articles will be made available via CTL   Presentations:             40%
                                          Short Papers/Assignments   40%
                                          Participation:             20%




The Required Texts:                       Attendance : 5%
An Outline of American Literature by      Homework : 10%
Peter B. High (Available at The Seong-    Other assignment: 5%
seo Keimyung University Bookstore)        Mid Term Exam: 40%
                                          Final Exam 40%
Handouts provided by the instructor
You do not have to buy a textbook for this    Participation 							15%
class. I will provide you all the necessary   Reflective essay
material, and I will also post PowerPoint     15%
presentations on the university web
                                              Midterm							           30%
system before class, so you can print
them out and follow along.                    2 quizzes							          10%
                                              (5% per quiz)
                                              Final Exam							30%

                                              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 will Participation 						15%
provide you with handouts, and may          First essay (in-class)					15%
occasionally ask you to print pages from Revision							15%
the internet.
                                            Midterm							10%
                                            Second essay (in-class)					15%
                                            Revision							15%
                                            Final Exam						15%

                                              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, we     Participation (short written exercises
will use material that is available online   + contribution to discussion)					15%
whenever possible, and I will make other
texts available for photocopying at least
                                             Graded in-class exercise					10%
one week in advance. You are expected
to print out the material and come           Midterm							15%
prepared for each session.                   Group writing exercise					15%
                                             Portfolio							25%
                                             Final Exam						20%

                                             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
There is no required text for this course. well as providing me with an opportunity to
                                           Grading Scheme
The teacher will distribute a course       give you feedback.
packet compiled from various sources to .
                                           1.	Attendance						10%
aim to help address specific areas of      The midterm and final exams will consist of
needed improvement in the students'        2.	Participation						10%
                                           short and long answer questions that will
speaking ability.                          3.	Assignments 						10%
                                           test theoretical knowledge of the material
                                           (Personal Reflection Journal, Conversation
However all students are advised to have covered in class.
                                           Journal, Vocabulary Log, Binder Checks)
a dictionary. Although Korean-English      4.	Teacher Interviews						10%
dictionaries are convenient, it is         At the end of the semester, you are
                                           5.	“Voice” Assessment					10%
suggested that students purchase a         expected to submit a portfolio.
proper English-English dictionary to help 6.	“Style” Assessment					10%
train their minds to work within the       7.	“Expression” Assessment (Mid-term
English language rather than always        Exam)			20%
referring back to their native language.   8.	“Interactions” Assessment (Final Exam)
                                           20%
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 textbook. It     Student evaluation will be based on
will make use of a variety of materials        students' progress in terms of
taken from a number of different sources,      conversational fluency, appropriacy of
supplemented by materials developed by         language, adoption of appropriate
the instructor. The instructor will supply a   conversation strategies, and contribution to
variety of materials on a weekly basis.        the class as a whole. Students' grades will
These materials will contain the learning      be based on a mid-term presentation, a final
points for each week as well as materials      interview, two individual presentations, a
aimed at promoting communication and           group discussion assignment, attendance,
interaction between the students. The          and class participation. The following is a
majority of these will be posted on the        breakdown of the evaluation:
Keimyung Center for Teaching and
Learning Website. Should the instructor        (a) Final interview - 20%
deem it necessary for the students to          (b) Participation - 20%
supply any classroom material, the             (c) Individual Presentations - 20%
students will be informed of this ahead of     (d) Mid-term Presentation - 15%
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 (English/   25% Mid-semester presentation
Korean; Korean/English)
                                          10% Participation and Overall Improvement
A notebook for taking notes in English
                                          10% Pair Role-play

                                          25% End of semester interview




None.                                     Attendance		20%
                                          Assignments and Quizzes	20%
                                          Group-led Discussions	20%
                                          Midterm Interview		20%
                                          Final Interview		20%
There is no required text for this course.     Grading Scheme
The teacher will distribute a course
packet compiled from various sources to
                                           1.	Attendance						10%
aim to help address specific areas of
needed improvement in the students'        2.	Participation						10%
speaking ability.                          3.	Assignments 						10%
                                           (Personal Reflection Journal, Conversation
However all students are advised to have Journal, Vocabulary Log, Binder Checks)
a dictionary. Although Korean-English      4.	Teacher Interviews						10%
dictionaries are convenient, it is
                                           5.	“Voice” Assessment					10%
suggested that students purchase a
proper English-English dictionary to help 6.	“Style” Assessment					10%
train their minds to work within the       7.	“Expression” Assessment (Mid-term
English language rather than always        Exam)			20%
referring back to their native language.   8.	“Interactions” Assessment (Final Exam)
                                           20%
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 textbook. It     Student evaluation will be based on
will make use of a variety of materials        students' progress in terms of
taken from a number of different sources,      conversational fluency, appropriacy of
supplemented by materials developed by         language, adoption of appropriate
the instructor. The instructor will supply a   conversation strategies, and contribution to
variety of materials on a weekly basis.        the class as a whole. Students' grades will
These materials will contain the learning      be based on a mid-term presentation, a final
points for each week as well as materials      interview, two individual presentations, a
aimed at promoting communication and           group discussion assignment, attendance,
interaction between the students. The          and class participation. The following is a
majority of these will be posted on the        breakdown of the evaluation:
Keimyung Center for Teaching and
Learning Website. Should the instructor        (a) Final interview - 20%
deem it necessary for the students to          (b) Participation - 20%
supply any classroom material, the             (c) Individual Presentations - 20%
students will be informed of this ahead of     (d) Mid-term Presentation - 15%
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 by Project One 5% (Individual conversation
the instructor and will be available on-line. assessment)
                                              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 (English/   25% Mid-semester presentation
Korean; Korean/English)
                                          10% Participation and Overall Improvement
A notebook for taking notes in English
                                          10% Pair Role-play

                                          25% End of semester interview




None.                                     Attendance		20%
                                          Assignments and Quizzes	20%
                                          Group-led Discussions	20%
                                          Midterm Interview		20%
                                          Final Interview		20%
There is no textbook for this class. All      Value of each assignment:
educational materials will be provided by Project One 5% (Individual conversation
the instructor and will be available on-line. assessment)
                                              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.                    Attendance					10%
                                           Assignments					55%
                                           Timed Writings		15%
                                           Essays			24%
                                           Fiction			6%
                                           Other			10%
                                           Exams						35%
                                           Essay Revisions		15%
                                           Essay Exams		20%
Required textbook to be decided           On Going Work and Participation

Any good bilingual dictionary (English/   10% Attendance
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 and
Vestri Solomon, E. (2010). Great Essays      final exam, a number of revisions,
(3rd Ed.). Boston, MA: Heinle, Cengage       attendance, and class participation.
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 packet
                                          1.	Attendance							10%
compiled from a variety of writing
resources in order to best meet the       2.	Participation							10%
writing needs of the students.            3.	Assignments 							10%
                                          (In-Class Assignments,
However all students are advised to have Homework,Quizzes,Binder Checks)
a dictionary. Although Korean-English
                                          4.	Essays								30%
dictionaries are convenient, it is
suggested that students purchase a        5.	Writing Portfolio							10%
proper English-English dictionary to help 6.	Mid-term Exam							15%
train their minds to work within the      7.	Final Exam							15%
English language rather than always
referring back to their native language.  Note: The percentage of this grading
                                           scheme is subject to adjustments that will
Students will be required to have a binder
to collect all handouts and other          be announced in due course.
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).
Additional text materials will be provided   Conferences and Revisions 10%	Journal
by handout or on the websites.               10%	Midterm Exam 10% Final Exam
                                             10%
                                             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+ 95-100	A0 90-94.9	B+ 85-89.9	B0
                                             80-84.9	C+ 75-79.9
                                             C0 70-74.9	D+ 65-69.9	D0 60-64.9	F
                                             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 (English/   10% Attendance
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.                   Attendance					10%
                                          Assignments					55%
                                          Timed Writings		15%
                                          Essays			24%
                                          Fiction			6%
                                          Other			10%
                                          Exams						35%
                                          Essay Revisions		15%
                                          Essay Exams		20%
Folse, K.S., Muchmore-Vokoun, A., &          Evaluation will be based on a mid-term and
Vestri Solomon, E. (2010). Great Essays      final exam, a number of revisions,
(3rd Ed.). Boston, MA: Heinle, Cengage       attendance, and class participation.
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 packet
                                          1.	Attendance							10%
compiled from a variety of writing
resources in order to best meet the       2.	Participation							10%
writing needs of the students.            3.	Assignments 							10%
                                          (In-Class Assignments,
However all students are advised to have Homework,Quizzes,Binder Checks)
a dictionary. Although Korean-English
                                          4.	Essays								30%
dictionaries are convenient, it is
suggested that students purchase a        5.	Writing Portfolio							10%
proper English-English dictionary to help 6.	Mid-term Exam							15%
train their minds to work within the      7.	Final Exam							15%
English language rather than always
referring back to their native language.  Note: The percentage of this grading
                                           scheme is subject to adjustments that will
Students will be required to have a binder
to collect all handouts and other          be announced in due course.
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).
Additional text materials will be provided   Conferences and Revisions 10%	Journal
by handout or on the websites.               10%	Midterm Exam 10% Final Exam
                                             10%
                                             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+ 95-100	A0 90-94.9	B+ 85-89.9	B0
                                             80-84.9	C+ 75-79.9
                                             C0 70-74.9	D+ 65-69.9	D0 60-64.9	F
                                             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 and
semester.                                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 (newest   1. Attendance - 10%
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 discussion      1. Attendance 20%
at an appropriate level for students will be   2. Short Composition work 10%
handed out in class. English language          3. Class Participation 10%
materials will be selected from various        4. Mid-term test 20%
sources including, Koreana (a Korean           5. Final test 20%
culture magazine in English), Korea            6. Major Presentation on Korean Culture
Focus (a Korean current affairs journal in     20%
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%
Brewer, D. J. & McEwan, P. J. (2010).    발표 20%
Economics of education. San Diego:       중간고사 20%
Elsevier.                                기말고사 20%


All class materials will be provided via   Participation 10%
email. This course uses a selected group Homework 30%
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	
Course Packet                              3. Group Project & Presentatio
**Please Note** Selected journal articles 4. Midterm Examination	
and additional reading material(s) will be 5. Final Examination
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)
Course Packet                              3. Midterm Examination	
**Please Note** Selected journal articles 4. Final Examination	
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 the       Students will be evaluated on the basis of
first day of class. Do not purchase a      all writing assignments or a writing portfolio.
textbook before the first week of class.   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.




Reading resources will be announced on Students will be evaluated on the basis of
the first day of class.                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 the Students will be evaluated on the basis of
first day of class.                    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, Jeanne You will be evaluated on both your speaking
McCarten, Helen Sandiford ISBN: 0-521- ability as well as your knowledge of
60134-7                                grammar and vocabulary studied.




The course materials for this class are       Students should expect to be constantly
completely digitized. There is no             involved in each class session. Grades will
assigned textbook. All course materials       be computed using the following formula:
are developed by the instructor and
distributed via the Center for Teaching       Classroom participation:   10%
and Learning (CTL) website. Each week         Midterm Examination:       40%
the instructor will produce and post a list   Final Examination:         50%
of new vocabulary with definitions as well
as practice questions using the new           Both the midterm examination and the final
words. MP-3 recordings of the new             examination will consist of a 10-minute, one-
vocabulary and practice questions will        on-one question and answer session with
also be provided. Although students have      the instructor. The examinations will be
the option of printing the course             further explained during the first class
materials, they are encouraged to utilize     meeting.
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
This is Writing. Writing Paragraphs 1.   You will be graded on writing samples, as
Kim Kyoung-suk                           well as grammar quizzes.
                                         A/A+ and B/B+ = ~70% C/C+ = ~30%
The materials for this course are totally     The two primary methods for evaluation and
digitized and will be distributed to          grading for this course consist of instructor-
students via the Center for Teaching          student interaction during class and written
and Learning (CTL) website. There is          examinations.
no textbook ? the digital materials
created by the instructor constitute the      Grades will be determined according to the
learning materials for this course. Use       following criteria:
of these digital course materials will be
explained in detail during the first class    Classroom participation:    10%
meeting.                                      Midterm examination:        40%
                                              Final examination:          50%




The course materials for this class are       Students should expect to be constantly
completely digitized. There is no             involved in each class session. Grades will
assigned textbook. All course materials       be computed using the following formula:
are developed by the instructor and
distributed via the Center for Teaching       Classroom participation: 10%
and Learning (CTL) website. Each week         Midterm Examination: 40%
the instructor will produce and post a list   Final Examination:        50%
of new vocabulary with definitions as well
as practice questions using the new           Both the midterm examination and the final
words. MP-3 recordings of the new             examination will consist of a 10-minute, one-
vocabulary and practice questions will        on-one question and answer session with
also be provided. Although students have      the instructor. The examinations will be
the option of printing the course             further explained during the first class
materials, they are encouraged to utilize     meeting.
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 course.    Book Writting - Preparartion (10%)
They will be able to download and print       Book Activities - Speaking (50%)
this from the Professor's website.            Participation (20%)
                                              Attendance (10%)


A textbook will be made available to          Mid term and final Exams (10%)
students online in week 3 of their course.    Book Writting - Preparartion (10%)
They will be able to download and print       Book Activities - Speaking (50%)
this from the Professor's website.            Participation (20%)
                                              Attendance (10%)
A text book and notebook will be made       Mid term and final Exams (10%)
available for students in week 3 of their   Notebook (20%)
course. This textbook and notebook will     Speaking Day (40%)
be made by the teacher, based on 10         Participation (20%)
Topics using TOEFL/TOEIC vocabulary.        Attendance (10%)
The book and notebook will be available
to download and print from the
Professor's Website.




A text book and notebook will be made       Mid term and final Exams (10%)
available for students in week 3 of their   Notebook (20%)
course. This textbook and notebook will     Speaking Day (40%)
be made by the teacher, based on 10         Participation (20%)
Topics using TOEFL/TOEIC vocabulary.        Attendance (10%)
The book and notebook will be available
to download and print from the
Professor's Website.




- The prescribed textbook for the course    There are assessment components:
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 detailed in
- Lecture Note by professor will be         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 경영경제통계학, 기말고사: 30%
(이상규 옮김), 교보문고.                 그룹 프로젝트 관련 발표 및 보고서: 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 exam(35%):
Policy,' Krugman & Obstfeld, 9th Edition 65%
                                         (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 US,          25% : Group Presentation (Topics TBA)
there is no required law text to buy for     25% : Mid-term examination
students in this class. Instead, reading     short essays and/or short answer questions
materials will be prepared for them at the
beginning of the semester at a               25% : Final examination.
reasonable cost                              short essays and/or short answer questions
Due to the very high cost of purchasing      -Attendance (25%) : Attendance will be
law books published in the U.K. or the       taken in each class.
U.S., the students are not required to buy
                                             -Group Project (25%): Topics for the Team
any textbook for this course. Instead,
reading materials will be put together and   Presentation TBA
made available at a reasonable price for     -Mid-Term Exam (25%): Short Essays and/
purchase at the beginning of the             or Short-Answer Questions 	
semester.                                    -Final Examination (25%): Short Essays
                                             and/or Short-Answer Questions




Due to the very high cost of purchasing      -Attendance (25%) : Attendance will be
law books published in the U.K. or the       taken in each class.
U.S., the students are not required to buy
                                             -Group Project (25%): Topics for the Team
any textbook for this course. Instead,
reading materials will be put together and   Presentation TBA
made available at a reasonable price for     -Mid-Term Exam (25%): Short Essays and/
purchase at the beginning of the             or Short-Answer Questions 	
semester.                                    -Final Examination (25%): Short Essays
                                             and/or Short-Answer Questions




Prezi for Dummies, Diamond, Stephanie,       Attendance: 10%
For Dummies, 2010.08.01                      Homework & Class Participation: 10%
(The)presentation secrets of Steve jobs,     Role-play: 10%
Gallo, CARMINE, McGraw-Hill,                 Practice Test: 40%
2009.09.30                                   Final Presentation: 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 and      Final Exam 30%
Cases, 10th edition, Cengage, 2013       Quizzes 5%
                                         Case Presentation 10%
                                         Case Report 15%
                                         Attendance/Participation 10%




Philip Kotler & Gary Armstrong (2012).   Mid term exam. 30%
Principles of Marketing, 14/E. Person.   Final Exam. 40%
                                         Reports and presentations 30%
                                         Attendance bonus Up to 5%
Dessler, Gary (2011). Human Resource       (1) Exams: 60% (Mid-term 30%, Final 30%)
Management, 12th Edition. 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, Published   Homework(15%) will be assigned after a
by Thompson Brooks/Cole, ISBN 0-495-       chapter or some sections are covered. Two
44576-2                                    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, Managerial Assessment Type / Weighting /
Accounting: Tools for Business Decision Approximate Timing / Topics
Making, 5th Edition, John Wiley & Sons,
Inc., 2010, ISBN-13: 978-0-470-47714-4 Examinations (50%):
                                          1) Exam #1 ~Week 4-6 / Exam #2 ~Week
PLEASE NOTE: THE TEXTBOOK IS              9-11 / Exam #3 ~Week 15-16
REQUIRED. Points will be deducted from 2) Exams are Based on Actual Coverage
assessments for failure to acquire the
textbook. The Week 1 Assessment will Other Assessments (50%):
be on Day 2 and requires reading material 1) Projects / 23% / Various / Various
assigned in the textbook on Day 1 of the 2) Independent Self Study (ISS) / 23% /
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 ~Week
PLEASE NOTE: THE TEXTBOOK IS              9-11 / Exam #3 ~Week 15-16
REQUIRED. Points will be deducted from 2) Exams are Based on Actual Coverage
assessments for failure to acquire the
textbook. The Week 1 Assessment will Other Assessments (50%):
be on Day 2 and requires reading material 1) Projects / 23% / Various / Various
assigned in the textbook on Day 1 of the 2) Independent Self Study (ISS) / 23% /
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, Managerial Assessment Type / Weighting /
Accounting: Tools for Business Decision Approximate Timing / Topics
Making, 5th Edition, John Wiley & Sons,
Inc., 2010, ISBN-13: 978-0-470-47714-4 Examinations (50%):
                                          1) Exam #1 ~Week 4-6 / Exam #2 ~Week
PLEASE NOTE: THE TEXTBOOK IS              9-11 / Exam #3 ~Week 15-16
REQUIRED. Points will be deducted from 2) Exams are Based on Actual Coverage
assessments for failure to acquire the
textbook. The Week 1 Assessment will Other Assessments (50%):
be on Day 2 and requires reading material 1) Projects / 23% / Various / Various
assigned in the textbook on Day 1 of the 2) Independent Self Study (ISS) / 23% /
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: 978-0-      Examinations (50%):
470-28766-8                                 1) Exam #1 ~Week 5-7 / Exam #2 ~Week
                                            10-12 / Exam #3 ~Week 15-16
PLEASE NOTE: THE TEXTBOOK IS                2) Exams are Based on Actual Coverage
REQUIRED. Points will be deducted from
assessments for failure to acquire the      Other Assessments (50%):
textbook. The Week 1 Assessment will        1) Assignments / 20% / Various / Various
be on Day 2 and requires reading material   2) Presentations / 10% / Various / Various
assigned in the textbook on Day 1 of the    3) Portfolio / 10% / TBA / Various
course.                                     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 ~Week
PLEASE NOTE: THE TEXTBOOK IS              9-11 / Exam #3 ~Week 15-16
REQUIRED. Points will be deducted from 2) Exams are Based on Actual Coverage
assessments for failure to acquire the
textbook. The Week 1 Assessment will Other Assessments (50%):
be on Day 2 and requires reading material 1) Projects / 23% / Various / Various
assigned in the textbook on Day 1 of the 2) Independent Self Study (ISS) / 23% /
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, Managerial Assessment Type / Weighting /
Accounting: Tools for Business Decision Approximate Timing / Topics
Making, 5th Edition, John Wiley & Sons,
Inc., 2010, ISBN-13: 978-0-470-47714-4 Examinations (50%):
                                          1) Exam #1 ~Week 4-6 / Exam #2 ~Week
PLEASE NOTE: THE TEXTBOOK IS              9-11 / Exam #3 ~Week 15-16
REQUIRED. Points will be deducted from 2) Exams are Based on Actual Coverage
assessments for failure to acquire the
textbook. The Week 1 Assessment will Other Assessments (50%):
be on Day 2 and requires reading material 1) Projects / 23% / Various / Various
assigned in the textbook on Day 1 of the 2) Independent Self Study (ISS) / 23% /
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: 978-0-      Examinations (50%):
470-28766-8                                 1) Exam #1 ~Week 5-7 / Exam #2 ~Week
                                            10-12 / Exam #3 ~Week 15-16
PLEASE NOTE: THE TEXTBOOK IS                2) Exams are Based on Actual Coverage
REQUIRED. Points will be deducted from
assessments for failure to acquire the      Other Assessments (50%):
textbook. The Week 1 Assessment will        1) Assignments / 20% / Various / Various
be on Day 2 and requires reading material   2) Presentations / 10% / Various / Various
assigned in the textbook on Day 1 of the    3) Portfolio / 10% / TBA / Various
course.                                     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 prepare <평가방법 : 절대적 평가에 기초한 상대적
and distribute articles that students will 평가>
be expected to read. Students will also
be required to read articles published INDIVIDUAL PRESENTATION
in journals and magazines, such as         Identify an article published in computer
CNET.com, Computerworld.com, and           magazines (e.g., 전자신문, 마이크로소프트,
Americasnetwork.com. 전자신문 (http:// etc.), or web (e.g., CNET.com,
www.etnews.co.kr/)                         Computerworld.com). The 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 into th
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 공지함 Midterm 30%
                                  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 onto    Attendance: 10%
our class web site two weeks prior to      Participation: 5%
each class.                                Interviews: 5% (Students are asked to film
This business of Televlsion, Blumenthal,   an interview with people aged over 50 about
H. & Goodenough, O., Billboard Books,      a given subject.)
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 onto Attendance: 10%
our class web site one week prior to each Class participation: 10%
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. If
                                           you are ill, a note from the infirmary or
                                           doctor is required.
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 Workers.   Report 15% + Individual Work 15% + Class
Pearson Education, INC                      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 class.)
board (학습자료). Print out your own            1. Midterm 15%
copy for class, or bring a computer or      2. Overall participation grade 10%
smartphone with the file on it to class.    3. Class preparation grade (minus one
You MUST take notes - your notebook         point each class you come not prepared)
will be graded too.                         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 class.   Midterm Test - 15%
You MUST take notes - your notebook        Final Test - 30%
will be graded too.                        Participation - 10%
                                           Attendance - 15%




Materials available on the Class E-        No final test! (Daily evaluations in class.)
board (학습자료). Print out your own           1. Midterm 15%
copy for class, or bring a computer or     2. Overall participation grade 10%
smartphone with the file on it to class.   3. Class preparation grade (minus one
You MUST take notes - your notebook        point each class you come not prepared)
will be graded too.                        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 the     Mid-Term Exam (25%)
course website and/or distributed in        Assignments, Homework and Quizzes
class. Students are therefore expected      (including Individual Research Presentation
to check the course website daily.          on a White Collar Crime Case Study) (25%)

                                            Cumulative Final Exam (25%)
                                            Class Participation (15%)
                                            Attendance (15%)




Selected readings as assigned, including    Students will be evaluated according to the
readings from Cassese, International        following guideline:
Criminal Law and A. Cassese,
International Criminal Law - Cases &        Mid-Term Exam (25%)
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 Mathematical    Homework and Quizzes 15% each
Sciences, by Nicholas J. Higham,            Midterm and Final Exam 20% each
Proofs Without Words: Exercises In
Visual Thinking I,II, by Roger B. Nelsen.
Biochemistry, 7th edition; Campbell and   Mid-term: 40%, Final exam : 40%, Class
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 before    assignments: 10%
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 Publications        Quiz 2 = 10
                                          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 will Final term exam = 30
be enough for the learning. Further
guidelines will be given time to time.




주교재 : Automation, Production             Attendance : 5%, Team Project : 20%, Mid
Systems, and Computer Integrated         term : 30%, Final exam : 40%, Others : 5%
Manufacturing, by Mikell
Groover, Prentice Hall
부교재 : Robotics and Manufacturing
Automation, by C.Ray Asfahl, Wiley



주교재 : Automation, Production             Attendance : 5%, Team Project : 20%, Mid
Systems, and Computer Integrated         term : 30%, Final exam : 40%, Others : 5%
Manufacturing, by Mikell
Groover, Prentice Hall
부교재 : Robotics and Manufacturing
Automation, by C.Ray Asfahl, Wiley



주교재 : Automation, Production             Attendance : 5%, Team Project : 20%, Mid
Systems, and Computer Integrated         term : 30%, Final exam : 40%, Others : 5%
Manufacturing, by Mikell
Groover, Prentice Hall
부교재 : Robotics and Manufacturing
Automation, by C.Ray Asfahl, Wiley
Organic Chemistry, John McMurry, 7th        Attendnace (15%), Class participation
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                       35
edition                                     %
Pillitteri, A. (2007). Maternal and Child   b. Final Test                          35
Health Nursing: Care of the                 %
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 Skills in   20%
Nursing. 2nd ed. Harcourt Australia Pty     Quizzes/Homework:
Limited.                                    10%
Arnold,E. and Boggs,K.U. 1999.              Attendance:
Interpseronal Relationships:Professional    10%
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 Media.           2) Finals exeamination 40%
                                            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 Skills in   20%
Nursing. 2nd ed. Harcourt Australia Pty     Quizzes/Homework:
Limited.                                    10%
Arnold,E. and Boggs,K.U. 1999.              Attendance:
Interpseronal Relationships:Professional    10%
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 file    Final assessment 30%
and sketchbook), artwork                    Class participation (attitude, preparation
                                            etc) 10%
                                            Attendance 20%
                                            Portfolio 20%




Project briefs, references(own research     Stage assessment 30%
file and sketchbook), artworks              Final assessment 40%
                                            Class participation (attitude, preparation
                                            etc) 10%
                                            Attendance 20%
Project briefs, references(own research    Stage assessment 30%
file and sketchbook), artworks             Final assessment 40%
                                           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 research    Stage assessment 30%
file and sketchbook), artworks             Final assessment 40%
                                           Class participation (attitude, preparation
                                           etc) 10%
                                           Attendance 20%




Recommended Textbooks                      Class Participation & Attendance
Lury, Celia (2011), Consumer Culture.      10	10%
Malden, MA. USA, Polity Press.
                                           Individual Assignment 	15	15%
McCracken, Grant (1988), Culture and
Consumption: New Approaches to the         Quizzes	15	15%
Symbolic Character of Consumer Goods       Mid Term Exam	15	15%
and Activities (Midland Book)              Group Project 	20	20%
Bloomington: Indiana University Press.     Final Exam	25	25%
Gottdiener, Mark (2000) (ed.), New Forms   TOTAL	100	100%
of Consumption. Lanham, Maryland:
Rowman & Littlefield.
Recommended Textbook                         Class Participation & Attendance
Merrill, J.L. (Ed) 2006. Introduction to     10	10%
Housing. Upper Saddle River. NJ:             Individual Assignment 	15	15%
Pearson Prentice Hall.
THE HOUSING EDUCATION RESEARCH               Quizzes	15	15%
ASSOCIATION (HERA), INTRODUCTION             Mid Term Exam	15	15%
TO HOUSING, 1st Edition ⓒ 2006               Group Project 	20	20%
.Reprinted with Permission of Pearson        Final Exam	25	25%
Education Inc., Upper Saddle River NJ




1. Data Analysis for Managers with           Class Participation & Attendance
Microsoft Excel - Textbook Only [Student     10	10%
Edition] [Hardcover] S. Christian Albright
                                             Individual Assignment 	15	15%
(Author)
2. Data Analysis and Decision Making         Quizzes	15	15%
(with Online Content Printed Access          Mid Term Exam	15	15%
Card) by S. Christian Albright, Wayne        Group Project 	20	20%
Winston and Christopher Zappe (Oct 12,       Final Exam	25	25%
2010)




Recommended Textbooks                        Class Participation & Attendance
de Mooij, Marieke K. (2011) Consumer         10	10%
Behaviour and Culture: Consequences for
                                             Individual Assignment 	15	15%
Global Marketing and Advertising. 2nd
Edition SAGE Publications, Inc.              Quizzes	15	15%
Schiffman, L. & Kanuk, L. (2010)             Mid Term Exam	15	15%
Consumer Behaviour. 10th Edition.            Group Project 	20	20%
Prentice Hall                                Final Exam	25	25%
1. Hand out                                 1. Attendance & class participation : 20 %

2. American & British art songs             2. Indivisual presentation in singing (3-4
collection                                  times in semester): 30 % (It can be
                                            substitute for mid term exam)
3. Singing and communicating in
English - Kathryn Labouff                   3. Paper work :20%

4.성악인을 위한 영어딕션 - 음악춘추사                      4. Final exam : 30%



course packet (복사물), English-Korean Attendance and participation: 25%
dictionary                          Presentation: 25%
                                    Midterm Exam: 25%
                                    Final Exam: 25%




None                                        Assignments- 75%
                                            Participation- 10%
Important information will be printed and   Final Portfolio- 10%
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 and   Final Portfolio- 10%
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 and    Research Notebook- 30%
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 and    Research Notebook- 30%
given to students in class.                  Participation- 15%
                                             Attendance- 5%


                                             상대평가 You will be graded on a curve




None are required, but "The Print" and       Homework Assignments - 40%
"The Negative" both by Ansel Adams and       Final Portfolio - 40%
"The Darkroom Cookbook", by Stephen          English Participation and Critiques - 10%
G. Anchell are highly recommended.           Attendance - 10%
Handouts 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" and       Homework Assignments - 40%
"The Negative" both by Ansel Adams and       Final Portfolio - 40%
"The Darkroom Cookbook", by Stephen          English Participation and Critiques - 10%
G. Anchell are highly recommended.           Attendance - 10%
Handouts 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 that      All assignments must be completed to
can be downloaded anytime to your home       receive a passing grade for the semester.
computer. All students are encouraged        No student will be allowed to miss a
visit www.google.com to download a free      scheduled deadline unless they have a
copy. The site also includes many            written excuse from a physician or evidence
instructional videos as well as blogs that   of an emergency of a similar nature.
will be helpful in the learning process.     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
Google Sketch-Up is a free program that      All assignments must be completed to
can be downloaded anytime to your home       receive a passing grade for the semester.
computer. All students are encouraged        No student will be allowed to miss a
visit www.google.com to download a free      scheduled deadline unless they have a
copy. The site also includes many            written excuse from a physician or evidence
instructional videos as well as blogs that   of an emergency of a similar nature.
will be helpful in the learning process.     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
Readings may be assigned but these will All assignments must be completed to
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 Sewing:       The general grading criteria on all projects/
Step-by-Step Techniques for Making         assignments include: Technical mastery;
                                           craftsmanship; attention to detail; idea
Clothes and Home Accessories Updated
                                           development; especially attention given to
Edition with All-New Projects and          developing and refining ideas before
Simplicity Patterns (Reader's Digest)”     implementation; meeting deadlines for
Optional:                                  critiques; and attending and participating in
- “Patternmaking for Fashion Design (5th   critiques; degree of innovation or
                                           experimentation; problem solving; quality of
Edition) [Hardcover]” Helen Joseph
                                           background preparation (for example library
Armstrong                                  research, experimental studies/samples, or
- Sewing supplies                          sketches); quantity of work attempted.
- Paper scissors
- Fabric scissors                          5% Attendance
- Pinking shears                           5% Class Participation
                                           45% Class assignments and projects
- 18x2” C-Thru ruler
                                           45% Final Project
- Awl
- Notcher (optional)
- 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
- L-square
- French Curves
- Pins
- Muslin
- Red, Blue & Green colored pencils
- Drawing and illustrating mediums
- Illustration Paper
- Heavy Tracing Paper
- Pencils
Full list provided first day of class
There is no required textbook for this       Grading Criteria
course. Below is a list of reference         The general grading criteria on all projects/
books to support the work of the course.     assignments include: Technical mastery;
                                             craftsmanship; attention to detail; idea
-The Art of Manipulating Fabric
                                             development; especially attention given to
-Techno Textiles                             developing and refining ideas before
- Shadowfolds: Surprisingly Easy-to-         implementation; meeting deadlines for
Make Geometric Designs in Fabric             critiques; and attending and participating in
- Stitch Magic: A Compendium of Sewing       critiques; degree of innovation or
                                             experimentation; problem solving; quality of
Techniques for Sculpting Fabric into
                                             background preparation (for example library
Exciting New Forms and Fashions              research, experimental studies/samples, or
- Three-Dimensional Embroidery               sketches); quantity of work attempted.
- Art Cloth: A Guide to Surface Design for
Fabric                                       5% Attendance
- Memory on Cloth: Shibori Now               5% Class Participation
                                             45% Project 1
- Folding Techniques for Designers: From
                                             45% Project 2
Sheet to Form
- Extreme Beauty: The Body
Transformed
- 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
- Clear curve #17
- Seam ripper
- Assorted hand sewing needles
- Pattern transfer paper
- Thimble
Full list provided first day of class
Required:                                  Grading Criteria
- “Patternmaking for Fashion Design (5th   The general grading criteria on all projects/
Edition) [Hardcover]” Helen Joseph         assignments include: Technical mastery;
                                           craftsmanship; attention to detail; idea
Armstrong
                                           development; especially attention given to
Optional:                                  developing and refining ideas before
- “The New Complete Guide to Sewing:       implementation; meeting deadlines for
Step-by-Step Techniques for Making         critiques; and attending and participating in
Clothes and Home Accessories Updated       critiques; degree of innovation or
                                           experimentation; problem solving; quality of
Edition with All-New Projects and
                                           background preparation (for example library
Simplicity Patterns (Reader's Digest)”     research, experimental studies/samples, or
                                           sketches); quantity of work attempted.
- Sewing supplies
- Dress Form                               5% Attendance
- Paper scissors                           5% Class Participation
                                           45% Class assignments and projects
- Fabric scissors
                                           45% Final Project
- Pinking shears
- 18x2” C-Thru ruler
- Awl
- Notcher (Optional)
- Tape measure
- Clear curve #17
- Seam ripper
- Assorted hand sewing needles
- Pattern transfer paper
- Thimble
- Sewing gauge
- Machine needles Size 65/9
- Pencil sharpener B. (2009). Retailing
-Levy, M., & Weitz,                        -Attitude during the class (participation,
- Tracing wheel
management (7th ed.). New York: Irwin      discussion, Q&A): 10%
- Needle point tracing wheel
McGraw-Hill.                               -Attendence: 10%
-Lee, cushion E. (2007). Fashion
- Pin H. & Yoh,                            -Mid-term exam: 20%
retailing. Seoul: Kyohak Yongusa.
- L-square                                 -Final exam: 20%
-Readings posted in the course             -Team-based PPT presentation related to a
- French Curves
homepage.                                  given issue: 20%
- Pins                                     -Personal presentation + short report : 20%
- Muslin
- Red, Blue & Green colored pencils
- Drawing and illustrating mediums
- Illustration Paper
- Heavy Tracing Paper
- Pencils
Full list provided first day of class
www.bwfbadminton.org                       Grading System
laws of badminton                          Written exam 				20%		
guidelines for technical officials
                                           Practical exam umpire (gym+club)
                                           20%
                                           Practical exam service judging		10%
                                           Practical exam line judging
                                           10%
                                           Participation				25%
                                           Attendance				15%




1. Hand out (it will be submitted during   1. Attendance & Class participation: 20%
the class)                                 2. Mid term exam: 20%
2. Lecture slides                          3. Final exam: 20%
3. Various internet sources (provided)     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). Sport Requirements
Marketing. 3rd Edition, Human Kinetics Proportion
- No purchase necessary                  Class Participation
2. Course Packet from the instructor     20%
                                         Case Study
3. Movies relating to various topics of 20%
Sport Marketing (스포츠마케팅관련                Mid- Semester Evaluation
영화 및 동영상정보 - 강사 제공예정)                    20%
                                         Semester Project & Presentation
                                         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 Hansford Final Exam 35%
ISBN: 1-56881-234-5                     Quizzes(bi-weekly) 10%
                                        Homework 10%
                                        class participation, presentation,
                                        attendence 10%
                                        * No make up quizzes.
Physics for Scientists and Engineers, 7th 10% Attendance (20 points)
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 (http://www.processing.org/))     - class attendence (10%)
- Class Slides                            - mid term exam (20%)
                                          - 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 cover   Midterm 25
the course content at the first lecture.    Final Examination 25




1. Text book: The Biology of Cancer (by     Mid-Term Examination (40)
Robert A. Weinberg): Garland Science,
published in 2007                           Students' short presentation (10)

2. Supplementary:Principles of Cancer     Final Examination 40
Biology (by Lewis J. Kleinsmith): Pearson
Benjamin Cummings, published in 2006 Classperformance 10

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 (by     Mid-Term Examination (40)
Robert A. Weinberg): Garland Science,
published in 2007                           Students' short presentation (10)

2. Supplementary:Principles of Cancer     Final Examination 40
Biology (by Lewis J. Kleinsmith): Pearson
Benjamin Cummings, published in 2006 Classperformance 10

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, Zemach, Evaluation will be a mix of
Broudy, and Valvona (MacMillan Writing
Series)                                   a.	Attendance and participation 	15%
2.	Downloadable writing manual at http:// b.	In-class writing			10%
keneckert.com/kac (Writing tab)           c.	Regular paper assignments (4-½)	60%

You may have the manual printed at          d.	Mid-term exam (in-class
Bauer hall or bring a laptop to class for   paper)		15%
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, Zemach, Evaluation will be a mix of
Broudy, and Valvona (MacMillan Writing
Series)                                   a.	Attendance and participation 	15%
2.	Downloadable writing manual at http:// b.	In-class writing			10%
keneckert.com/kac (Writing tab)           c.	Regular paper assignments (4-½)	60%

You may have the manual printed at          d.	Mid-term exam (in-class
Bauer hall or bring a laptop to class for   paper)		15%
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
Communication English 1                     attendance and for providing documentation
                                            Attendance: 15%
                                            of illness or other emergencies. Every class
                                            Participation: 15%
                                            absence isPresentation: 30%
                                            Mid-term / a 2% deduction. Notes will not
                                            be accepted after seven days past the
                                            TOEIC: 10%
                                            absence.
                                            Final Speaking Test: 30%

                                            TOEIC Scores
                                            Pre-Course (15%)	TOEIC
                                            Points	Percentages
                                            700	10%
                                            600	9%
                                            500	8%
                                            400	7%
                                            300	6%
                                            Under 300	5%
Communication English 1                     no score	0%
                                            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
                          Points	Percentages
                          Post-Course (10%)	                 700
                          10%
                          600	             9%
                          500	             8%
                          400	             7%
                          300	             6%
                          Under 300	     5%
                          no score	     0%


Communication English     1. Attendance			15%
                          2. Participation			25%
                          3. TOEIC			10%
                          4. Mid-Term Presentation	20%
                          5. Final Examination	30%
                          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 provided by TOEIC       10%
instructor. Students should check the     Quiz        10%
online system weekly for extra material. Midterm 20%
                                          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
                                         Points	Percentages
                                         700	10%
                                         600	9%
                                         500	8%
                                         400	7%
                                         300	6%
                                         Under 300	5%
                                         no score	0%
Communication English 1                  Attendance: 10%
                                         Participation: 10%
                                         Mid-term / Presentation: 30%
                                         TOEIC: 20%
                                         Final Speaking Test: 30%

                                         TOEIC Scores
                                         Pre-Course (10%)	              TOEIC
                                         Points	Percentages
                                         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. Attendance			15%
                                2. Participation			25%
                                3. TOEIC			10%
                                4. Mid-Term Presentation	20%
                                5. Final Examination	30%
                                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
                                Points	Percentages
                                700	10%
                                600	9%
                                500	8%
                                400	7%
                                300	6%
                                Under 300	5%
                                no score	0%
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 provided by TOEIC       10%
instructor. Students should check the     Quiz        10%
online system weekly for extra material. Midterm 20%
                                          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 provided by TOEIC       10%
instructor. Students should check the     Quiz        10%
online system weekly for extra material. Midterm 20%
                                          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
                                         Points	Percentages
                                         700	10%
                                         600	9%
                                         500	8%
                                         400	7%
                                         300	6%
                                         Under 300	5%
Communication English 1                  no score	0%
                                         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
                                Points	Percentages
                                700	10%
                                600	9%
                                500	8%
                                400	7%
                                300	6%
                                Under 300	5%
                                no score	0%
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
                                Points	Percentages
                                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. Attendance			15%
                                     2. Participation			25%
                                     3. TOEIC			10%
                                     4. Mid-Term Presentation	20%
                                     5. Final Examination	30%
                                     100%
                                     6. Extra Credit	        0-5%




Communication English                1. Attendance			15%
                                     2. Participation			25%
                                     3. TOEIC			10%
                                     4. Mid-Term Presentation	20%
                                     5. Final Examination	30%
                                     100%
                                     6. Extra Credit	        0-5%




Book name: Communication English 2   Attendance: 10%
Written by: KMU English Committee    Participation: 20%
(Cengage Learning)                   Mid-term / Presentation: 30%
Available at: Campus Bookstore       TOEIC: 10%
                                     Final Speaking Test: 30%
                                     Mid-term Presentation 25%
                                     Final Exam 25%
Book name: Communication English 2   Attendance: 10%
Written by: KMU English Committee    Participation: 20%
(Cengage Learning)                   Mid-term / Presentation: 30%
Available at: Campus Bookstore       TOEIC: 10%
                                     Final Speaking Test: 30%
                                     Mid-term Presentation 25%
                                     Final Exam 25%




Book name: Communication English 2   Attendance: 10%
Written by: KMU English Committee    Participation: 20%
(Cengage Learning)                   Mid-term / Presentation: 30%
Available at: Campus Bookstore       TOEIC: 10%
                                     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 produced               Participation: 15%
by KMU English Committee and Cenage          Presentations: 35%
Learning
                                             TOEIC: 10%
Level 2 book (Green Cover).
                                             Speaking Tests: 30%

                                             TOEIC Scores
                                             Pre-Course (10%)	TOEIC
                                             Points	Percentages
                                             Post-Course (10%)	700	10%
                                             600	9%
                                             500	8%
                                             400	7%
                                             300	6%
English Communication 2                      Attendance: 10%
                                             Under 300	5%
                                             Participation: 15%
                                             no score	0%
                                             Mid-term / Presentation: 35%
                                             TOEIC: 10%
                                             Final Speaking Test: 30%




The textbook for this semester is            Attendance: 10%
Communication 2 published by Heinie for      Participation: 10%
CENGAGE Learning. Students must              Presentations: 25%
purchase book and bring it to every class.   Quiz: 5%
Students will be tested on material          Final Speaking Test: 30%
studied in book.                             TOEIC Score:10%
                                             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
                                             Points	Percentages
                                             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 Heinie for      Participation: 10%
CENGAGE Learning. Students must              Presentations: 25%
purchase book and bring it to every class.   Quiz: 5%
Students will be tested on material          Final Speaking Test: 30%
studied in book.                             TOEIC Score:10%
                                             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%
                          2. Participation			25%
                          3. TOEIC			10%
                          4. Mid-Term Presentation	20%
                          5. Final Examination	30%
                          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
                          Points	Percentages
                          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 produced               Participation: 15%
by KMU English Committee and Cenage          Presentations: 35%
Learning
                                             TOEIC: 10%
Level 2 book (Green Cover).
                                             Speaking Tests: 30%

                                             TOEIC Scores
                                             Pre-Course (10%)	TOEIC
                                             Points	Percentages
                                             Post-Course (10%)	700	10%
                                             600	9%
                                             500	8%
                                             400	7%
                                             300	6%
                                             Under 300	5%
                                             no score	0%

Communication English 2                      Attendance: 10%
                                             Participation: 10%
                                             Mid-term / Presentation: 30%
                                             TOEIC: 20%
                                             Final Speaking Test: 30%

                                             TOEIC Scores
                                             Pre-Course (10%)	              TOEIC
                                             Points	Percentages
                                             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 Heinie for      Participation: 10%
CENGAGE Learning. Students must              Presentations: 25%
purchase book and bring it to every class.   Quiz: 5%
Students will be tested on material          Final Speaking Test: 30%
studied in book.                             TOEIC Score:10%
                                             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
                          Points	Percentages
                          700	10%
                          600	9%
                          500	8%
                          400	7%
                          300	6%
                          Under 300	5%
Communication English 2   no score	0%
                          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. Attendance			15%
                                2. Participation			25%
                                3. TOEIC			10%
                                4. Mid-Term Presentation	20%
                                5. Final Examination	30%
                                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 2   Attendance: 10%
Written by: KMU English Committee    Participation: 20%
(Cengage Learning)                   Mid-term / Presentation: 30%
Available at: Campus Bookstore       TOEIC: 10%
                                     Final Speaking Test: 30%
                                     Mid-term Presentation 25%
                                     Final Exam 25%




Book name: Communication English 2   Attendance: 10%
Written by: KMU English Committee    Participation: 20%
(Cengage Learning)                   Mid-term / Presentation: 30%
Available at: Campus Bookstore       TOEIC: 10%
                                     Final Speaking Test: 30%
                                     Mid-term Presentation 25%
                                     Final Exam 25%
The text book for this course is             Attendance: 10%
COMMUNICATION ENGLISH produced               Participation: 15%
by KMU English Committee and Cenage          Presentations: 35%
Learning
                                             TOEIC: 10%
Level 2 book (Green Cover).
                                             Speaking Tests: 30%

                                             TOEIC Scores
                                             Pre-Course (10%)	TOEIC
                                             Points	Percentages
                                             Post-Course (10%)	700	10%
                                             600	9%
                                             500	8%
                                             400	7%
                                             300	6%
English Communication 2                      Attendance: 10%
                                             Under 300	5%
                                             Participation: 15%
                                             no score	0%
                                             Mid-term / Presentation: 35%
                                             TOEIC: 10%
                                             Final Speaking Test: 30%




The textbook for this semester is            Attendance: 10%
Communication 2 published by Heinie for      Participation: 10%
CENGAGE Learning. Students must              Presentations: 25%
purchase book and bring it to every class.   Quiz: 5%
Students will be tested on material          Final Speaking Test: 30%
studied in book.                             TOEIC Score:10%
                                             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
                                      Points	Percentages
                                      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 produced        Participation: 15%
by KMU English Committee and Cenage   Presentations: 35%
Learning
                                      TOEIC: 10%
Level 2 book (Green Cover).
                                      Speaking Tests: 30%

                                      TOEIC Scores
                                      Pre-Course (10%)	TOEIC
                                      Points	Percentages
                                      Post-Course (10%)	700	10%
                                      600	9%
                                      500	8%
                                      400	7%
                                      300	6%
English Communication 2               Attendance: 10%
                                      Under 300	5%
                                      Participation: 15%
                                      no score	0%
                                      Mid-term / Presentation: 35%
                                      TOEIC: 10%
                                      Final Speaking Test: 30%
The textbook for this semester is            Attendance: 10%
Communication 2 published by Heinie for      Participation: 10%
CENGAGE Learning. Students must              Presentations: 25%
purchase book and bring it to every class.   Quiz: 5%
Students will be tested on material          Final Speaking Test: 30%
studied in book.                             TOEIC Score:10%
                                             Final Speaking Test: 30%




The text book for this course is             Attendance: 10%
COMMUNICATION ENGLISH produced               Participation: 15%
by KMU English Committee and Cenage          Presentations: 35%
Learning
                                             TOEIC: 10%
Level 2 book (Green Cover).
                                             Speaking Tests: 30%

                                             TOEIC Scores
                                             Pre-Course (10%)	TOEIC
                                             Points	Percentages
                                             Post-Course (10%)	700	10%
                                             600	9%
                                             500	8%
                                             400	7%
                                             300	6%
English Communication 2                      Attendance: 10%
                                             Under 300	5%
                                             Participation: 15%
                                             no score	0%
                                             Mid-term / Presentation: 35%
                                             TOEIC: 10%
                                             Final Speaking Test: 30%




The textbook for this semester is            Attendance: 10%
Communication 2 published by Heinie for      Participation: 10%
CENGAGE Learning. Students must              Presentations: 25%
purchase book and bring it to every class.   Quiz: 5%
Students will be tested on material          Final Speaking Test: 30%
studied in book.                             TOEIC Score:10%
                                             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
                                      Points	Percentages
                                      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 produced        Participation: 15%
by KMU English Committee and Cenage   Presentations: 35%
Learning
                                      TOEIC: 10%
Level 2 book (Green Cover).
                                      Speaking Tests: 30%

                                      TOEIC Scores
                                      Pre-Course (10%)	TOEIC
                                      Points	Percentages
                                      Post-Course (10%)	700	10%
                                      600	9%
                                      500	8%
                                      400	7%
                                      300	6%
                                      Under 300	5%
                                      no score	0%
Communication English 2              Attendance: 10%
                                     Participation: 10%
                                     Homework: 10%
                                     TOEIC: 10%
                                     Mid-term Presentation: 30%
                                     Final Speaking Test: 30%




Book name: Communication English 2   Attendance: 10%
Written by: KMU English Committee    Participation: 20%
(Cengage Learning)                   Mid-term / Presentation: 30%
Available at: Campus Bookstore       TOEIC: 10%
                                     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 provided by TOEIC       10%
instructor. Students should check the     Quiz        10%
online system weekly for extra material. Midterm 20%
                                          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 English        Toeic 10% / Midterm 30% / Final Exam
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 provided   TOEIC       10%
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 English   Toeic 10% / Midterm 30% / Final Exam
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 English   Toeic 10% / Midterm 30% / Final Exam
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 English   Toeic 10% / Midterm 30% / Final Exam
Committee)                           35%
Communication English 2                   Attendance 20%
                                          Participation 10%
Supplementary Material will be provided   TOEIC       10%
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 English   Toeic 10% / Midterm 30% / Final Exam
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 English   Toeic 10% / Midterm 30% / Final Exam
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   assignments			20%
package)                               b.	In-class presentations 			40%
                                       c.	Mid-term exam (pair interview)		15%
                                       d.	Web project				10%
                                       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 from       This course will provide students with a clear
class without good reason.                       grasp of the history of Korea which is essential
They should take an active part in class         for understanding contemporary developments
discussion activities.                           in Korea and North East Asia.
They should prepare for the two exams by
revising the content of the weekly review
sheets thoroughly.
They should ensure that written assignments
are completed on time.
Students should not absent themselves from       This course aims to provide students with a
class without good reason.                       basic understanding of Korean culture that will
They should take an active part in class         compliment their language learning and enable
discussion activities.                           them to make the most of their time spent in
They should prepare for the two exams by         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 will
addition, students are required to:                 need to use a computer in their academic
+ pay attention & follow along with handouts &      career - that is, everyone. You'll learn tips &
lectures to successfully complete assigned          keyboard shortcuts, as well as more intricate
materials & tasks                                   actions (such as creating a table of contents;
+ keep themselves up-to-date by visiting the        useful for your graduation thesis!). You will
course website frequently (http://ghall.me)         learn how to use Excel for simple and complex
+ assist other students as needed (but never        calculations and programming functions, as
overstep and lead themselves into plagiarism)       well as learn about design and the proper way
+ be mindful of deadlines and the requirements      to find & credit appropriately licensed materials.
for obtaining an extension (should one be           In short, you will be given a headstart on
needed); that is, if extra time is needed to        becoming a more competent, communicatively
complete a task, permission MUST be                 successful, and professional person.
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 the          A good understanding of economics is
points you earn on the evaluation criteria.         essential for many areas of business and other
There will be no make-up exams or quizzes           disciplines. An understanding of the
given except for university approved reasons. If    relationships between economics, business
you are excused from an exam or quiz for a          and other disciplines is also helpful and
university approved reason your score will be       essential for many areas of further study.
determined by 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 during       course will attain an understanding not only of
the semester and sit for both the mid-term and   law, but also of world history, geography,
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 student's
participate actively in the classroom         understanding the issues surrounding Korean
discussions and presentations.                workplace, human resource management and
Student should be aware that plagiarism is an industrial relations: the past, the present and
academic misconduct.                          the possible future.




No previous knowledge required.
- basic knowledge on economics                  - This course is aimed at better understanding
- basic knowldege on Korean history             of contemporary Korean society.
- fluent english




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 international
relations                                       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 (about       The course will provide broader practical
15~20 pages) on a Consumption in a Cultural         knowledge on how to plan, implement and
Context. No more than four students are in a        control marketing activities.
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 and
                                                    support of corporate and business unit level
Presentation
The best way to learn any subject is to teach       strategies.
that subject to others. Please pick a marketing     2.	Evaluate and interpret complex cases
topic or any current issues in the market that      depicting real life business situations.
especially interests you, conduct some              3.	Research and discuss a marketing
background research on it, and share your
                                                    management topic of personal interest to you.
findings with the class. You will first present
the topic to the class using Power Point            4.	Demonstrate effective teamwork skills in
(max.10) and submit a 3~5 pages paper.              the context of group project and management
Final Report                                        skills, both written and oral, by presenting and
For the final report, each team will submit a       defending analyses of marketing situations.
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 interactive    Building upon their prior knowledge in
class where students will have an ample           management students will be able to develop
opportunity to learn about human resource         and write a business plan, and understand the
management through discussions, debates,          essential requirements for successful
and case analysis. Therefore, I expect            implentation of the plan.
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 (about 15 We will learn how to integrated marketing
pages) on a specific type of communications communications programs planned, developed
analysis on company, which you will make as and executed in the real market places .
a marketing 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 activities All students who successfully complete this
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 Asia, a
attempt to read and understand the textbook.   student's perspective is incomplete. This
                                               course seeks to complete the student of IR, IB,
However, the professor will use audio-video
                                               or other fields.
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 must satisfy KAC attendance            This class will provide students with an
requirements, make one (or two depending on understanding of human rights on a domestic
class size) presentation(s) during the semester and international level.
and sit for both the mid-term and final exam.
.Net CLR and C# Programming with Visual   Upon completion of this course students will be
Studio                                    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 and
language.                                 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 broader
English language, students are expected to be understanding of American culture through
able to communicate in English effectively.   literature.
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 to be confidently in many different contexts.
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 creatively.
different forms and lengths throughout the        Through its emphasis on aspects of language
semester, which are supposed to help you          and grammar, their overall proficiency in
become more confident in your writing, as well    English will improve.
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 weaknesses
1. Assignments (Personal Reflection Journal,      to improve their conversational ability. Students
Conversation Journal, Vocabulary Log, Binder      will also learn good conversation skills to
Checks)                                           enable them to function more effectively in an
2. Teacher Interviews                             environment where English is spoken.
3. “Voice” Assessment
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 use
spoken English and should feel confident            the knowledge and confidence they gain to
expressing themselves in English. Students          function in a wide variety of conversational
should also be willing to participate actively in   settings. They will gain an increased
class and to interact with both each other and      understanding of the requirements of their
the instructor. As this is a conversation           interlocutor and of cultural conventions, and will
course, students' contributions in class will       develop the ability and the confidence to handle
have a key bearing on their final grade. As         themselves appropriately in both one-on-one
such, consistent and substantial effort will be     and group exchanges with both native and non-
required throughout the course.                     native speakers of English.
In order to receive a passing grade in this      This course will provide students with valuable
course you must:                                 preparation for the spoken components of the
                                                 TOEIC, TOEFL, and IELTS tests. In addition,
                                                 students will be able to utilize the conversation
Attend classes regularly and actively            skills learned in this class in a variety of real-life
participate in class discussions. Lateness and situations. These include having informal
absences will be                                 conversations with native speakers, taking
subject to appropriate penalties (to be outlined interviews in English, and using functional
in the opening class).                           English when working, studying or traveling in
                                                 an English-speaking country.

Satisfactorily complete all class work and
assignments (role-play, 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 conversation.          Expressing and debating ideas in an academic
Speaking 1 advised.                                 environment through English.
Students will be required to complete:              Students will learn to identify their weaknesses
1. Assignments (Personal Reflection Journal,        to improve their conversational ability. Students
Conversation Journal, Vocabulary Log, Binder        will also learn good conversation skills to
Checks)                                             enable them to function more effectively in an
2. Teacher Interviews                               environment where English is spoken.
3. “Voice” Assessment
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 use
spoken English and should feel confident            the knowledge and confidence they gain to
expressing themselves in English. Students          function in a wide variety of conversational
should also be willing to participate actively in   settings. They will gain an increased
class and to interact with both each other and      understanding of the requirements of their
the instructor. As this is a conversation           interlocutor and of cultural conventions, and will
course, students' contributions in class will       develop the ability and the confidence to handle
have a key bearing on their final grade. As         themselves appropriately in both one-on-one
such, consistent and substantial effort will be     and group exchanges with both native and non-
required throughout the course.                     native speakers of English.
This class will be taught at the "upper-      Students will gain instruction and experience in
intermediate" skill level. Students in this   realistic conversation situations, especially with
course should already feel reasonably         foreigners and use of idioms and phrasal verbs,
comfortable and competent in the              and in improving overall presentation skills.
fundamentals of English conversation,
including vocabulary and participation.
In order to receive a passing grade in this      This course will provide students with valuable
course you must:                                 preparation for the spoken components of the
                                                 TOEIC, TOEFL, and IELTS tests. In addition,
                                                 students will be able to utilize the conversation
Attend classes regularly and actively            skills learned in this class in a variety of real-life
participate in class discussions. Lateness and situations. These include having informal
absences will be                                 conversations with native speakers, taking
subject to appropriate penalties (to be outlined interviews in English, and using functional
in the opening class).                           English when working, studying or traveling in
                                                 an English-speaking country.

Satisfactorily complete all class work and
assignments (role-play, 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 conversation.          Expressing and debating ideas in an academic
Speaking 1 advised.                                 environment through English.
This class will be taught at the "upper-      Students will gain instruction and experience in
intermediate" skill level. Students in this   realistic conversation situations, especially with
course should already feel reasonably         foreigners and use of idioms and phrasal verbs,
comfortable and competent in the              and in improving overall presentation skills.
fundamentals of English conversation,
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 valuable
course you must:                                   preparation for the written components of the
                                                   TOEIC, TOEFL and IELTS tests. In addition,
                                                   students will learn more practical forms of
Satisfactorily complete all class work and         written English - including e-mails, business
assignments on time. Appropriate penalties         letters and reviews - which will assist them in
will apply to all work submitted             late. applying for jobs, conducting business
                                                   correspondence, expressing opinions, and
Attend a minimum of at least 2/3 of prescribed making travel arrangements.
classes. Those who miss 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 the       Students will be able to apply their learning to
basics of English academic writing. They           the writing of effective academic essays that
should feel relatively comfortable in expressing   are well organized and adequately developed.
themselves in paragraph-level written English.     The styles of essays that will be taught are
Students who have never taken a course in          also the type of essays that frequently occur on
written English should NOT register for this       TOEFL writing tests. Students will also feel
course.                                            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 tasks.
2. Paragraphs & Essays
3. Writing portfolio
4. Mid-term & Final Exams
This class will be taught at the "intermediate/    Students will gain instruction and experience in
high-intermediate" skill level. Students in this   several forms of written discourse in English,
course should already feel reasonably              including personal expression, academic and
comfortable and competent in paragraph             business forms, and TOEFL-style
composition in English, and prepared to            examinations.
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 valuable
course you must:                                   preparation for the written components of the
                                                   TOEIC, TOEFL and IELTS tests. In addition,
                                                   students will learn more practical forms of
Satisfactorily complete all class work and         written English - including e-mails, business
assignments on time. Appropriate penalties         letters and reviews - which will assist them in
will apply to all work submitted             late. applying for jobs, conducting business
                                                   correspondence, expressing opinions, and
Attend a minimum of at least 2/3 of prescribed making travel arrangements.
classes. Those who miss 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 the       Students will be able to apply their learning to
basics of English academic writing. They           the writing of effective academic essays that
should feel relatively comfortable in expressing   are well organized and adequately developed.
themselves in paragraph-level written English.     The styles of essays that will be taught are
Students who have never taken a course in          also the type of essays that frequently occur on
written English should NOT register for this       TOEFL writing tests. Students will also feel
course.                                            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 tasks.
2. Paragraphs & Essays
3. Writing portfolio
4. Mid-term & Final Exams
This class will be taught at the "intermediate/    Students will gain instruction and experience in
high-intermediate" skill level. Students in this   several forms of written discourse in English,
course should already feel reasonably              including personal expression, academic and
comfortable and competent in paragraph             business forms, and TOEFL-style
composition in English, and prepared to            examinations.
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 journalism
2. Active check-ups on the due dates for   for its practical application. Greater impact on
homework and others.                       practice that will often involve active interaction
3. Active participation in class.          among students.
4. Attendance




1. Staying focused during the semester.    Mastering the norms of both formal and informal
2. Active check-ups on the due dates for   Russian in its practical application. Greater
homework and others.                       impact on practice that will often involve
3. Active participation in class.          learning by heart.
4. Attendance
1. Staying focused during the semester.         Getting familiar with the Russian language and
2. Active check-ups on the due dates for        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 following   The practical use of this course will be to
                                                enable Korean students to effectively share
1. take an active part in group discussions     their knowledge and enthusiasm for Korean
2. write short compositions (approx. 1 page) on culture with English speakers (this group
topics related to Korean culture                includes Americans, British, Australians,
3. make presentations (with powerpoint) to the Canadians, New Zealanders and those nations
whole class                                     that use English as a second language such as
                                                India, Philppines, 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 include:
students should have the ability to understand
basic lectures in English and write accurate   Writing for academic purposes
sentences in English.                          Writing cover letters and application
                                               Writing for studying abroad
                                               Writing proposals and other business
                                               applications




This course will involve reading a number of    This course will prepare students for reading
authentic texts in English and listening to     any text in English and reading academic texts
lectures in English. Any students enrolled in   in particular.
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 all    This class will help students gain the
students should have the ability to understand     theoretical knowledge of teaching methods that
lectures in English and to write lesson plans in   is needed to pass the teacher certification
English. Many class discussions will also be       exam, gain experience creating lesson plans
done in English and all students should be         for classes, and practice teaching.
prepared to participate in these discussions.




none. However, in order that recieve an A or       It is increasingly important in this modern world
an A+ in this class, you must be a Freshman.       to not just know English but to be able to
Sophomores, Juniors and Seniors will not be        speak it. In this class, we will focus on your
eligible for an A or an A