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North-East Asian Studies Major

Year

1st Semester

2nd Semester

Course Code

Course Name

Credit

Hour

Course Code

Course Name

Credit

Hour

2

B21001

B21003

Introduction to Northeast Asian Affairs
Contemporary Issues on Northeast Asia 1

3

2

3

2

B21004

B21002

Contemporary Issues on Northeast Asia 2
Understanding of History & Culture in North-East Asia

2

3

2

3

3

B21012

B21011


B21013

Understanding of Society in Northeast Asian Countries
Understanding of Politics & Economics in Northeast Asian Countries
Studies on Communication in Northeast Asian Area

2

2


2

2

2


2

B21015

B21014

B21016

Thought Exchange in North-East Asia
International Exchange in North-East Asian Area
Commercial Relations in North-East Asian Area

2

2

2

2

2

2

4

B21018


B21017

B21020

Principles of Economic Cooperation in North-east Asia
Principles of Diplomacy and Security in North-east Asia
Understanding of Korea-China-Japan Three Country’s Relations

2


2


2

2


2


2

B21022


B21019

B21021

Understanding of Corporate Culture of Each East Asian Countries
Studying of The Territorial Dispute in North-east Asia
The Comparison of Life Culture Among Korea, China, Japan

2


2

2

2


2

2


Course Description

Introduction to North-East Asian Affairs
Students will learn to view the North-East Asian region from a broader perspective, based on an understanding of each country in this region, including North and South Korea, Mongolia, Russia, China, and Japan.

Contemporary Issues on North-East Asia1,2

Students will enhance their understanding of the North-East Asian region by analyzing various current issues involving the region.

Understanding of History & Culture in North-East Asia
This course covers the North-East Asian region from the perspective of each country's history and pattern of exchange, from ancient to modern times. Students will also learn the comprehensive factual background of each country's traditional and modern culture to acquire a better understanding of the similarities and differences among North- East Asian cultures and to establish a cultural framework for Northeast Asian studies.

Understanding of Society in North-East Asian Countries

Students will gain an understanding of the social developments and processes of change in various North-East Asian countries, and will research key social issues among those countries based on comparative sociology.

Understanding of Politics and Economics in North-East Asian Countries
Based on an understanding of each of the North-East Asian country's political and economic systems, students will compare political and economic developments in those nations and establish a framework for understanding the region in general.

Studies on Communication in Northeast Asian Area
The purpose of this course is to promote an understanding of communication methods in the Northeast Asian region. Students will then consider opportunities for cooperation and define appropriate strategies for communication.

Thought Exchange in North-East Asia

Students will understand the origin and development of the philosophies of China, the source of Oriental thought such as Confucianism, Taoism, and Legalism and their influence on the thinking system of Korea and Japan will be introduced.

International Exchange in North-East Asian Area

The changes and characteristics of the diplomatic policy of each North-east Asian country are explored on the basis of the general theories of international relations. Exchanges and relations of interest among Northeast Asian countries and the U.S. are analyzed.

Commercial Relations in North-East Asian Area
Ways to promote cooperation among North -east Asian countries are explored by understanding the region's trade environment. The positions of each Northeast Asian country on and response to globalization are analyzed and the discussion and possibility of Northeast Asian economic integration are evaluated.

Principles of Economic Cooperation in North-East Asia
The industry-by-industry policy and characteristics of the market and investment environment in Korea, China and Japan are compared and their industrial cooperation, investment methods, investment size, etc. are analyzed to learn about the possibility of economic cooperation.

Principles of Diplomacy and Security in North-East Asia
To better understand the situation wherein the power struggle surrounding the Korean peninsula is getting intense, the relations among China, the U.S. and Japan and those among Korea, the U.S., China and Japan are analyzed from the perspective of international diplomacy related to security.

Understanding of Korea-China-Japan Three Country's Relations


Understanding of Corporate Culture of Each East Asian Countries

Companies around the world have their own unique corporate characteristics and this course looks at the corporate culture of each Northeast Asian country.

Studying of The Territorial Dispute in North-East Asia
Taking examples of territorial disputes such as the Diaoyutai Islands, South Kuril Islands, Dokdo, and Spratly Islands in Northeast Asia, the course analyzes the position of each Northeast Asian country and looks at potential for resolution.

The Comparison of Life Culture Among Korea, China, Japan
Korea, China and Japan have accumulated similar but clearly distinctive cultures through exchanges over an extended time. The daily life culture of the three nations are compared in terms of their language behavior, ways of thinking, habits, traditions, and current culture to deepen mutual understanding.


Cultural Contents Major

Year

1st Semester

2nd Semester

Course Code

Course Name

Credit

Hour

Course Code

Course Name

Credit

Hour

2

R08211

R08201

R08202

R08204

R08203

Oral History and Culture Study
Cultural Contents and Theory of Culture
Introduction to the Study of Cultural Contents
Regional Culture and Contents
Contents and Philosophy of Culture

3

3

3

3

3

3

3

3

3

3

R08208
R08324

R08210

R08212

R08206

Culture and Communication
Cultural Contents and Trend
Fundamentals of Cultural Technology
Understanding of Mythical Contents
Image and Imagination

3
3

3

3

3

3
3

3

3

3

3

R08312

R08325

R08308

R08310

R08309

R08405

R08205

R08304
R08303

R08301

R08302

R08305

R08306

R08307

Planning of Game and Writing to Scenario
Understanding of Performing Arts
Documentary and Contents Planning
Mass Media and Aesthetics
Analysis on Contents of Popular Culture
Theory and Fieldwork of Cultural Contents Planning
Cultural Contents and Storytelling
Art of Visual Media
Moving images and Contemporary Aesthetics
Study and Experience of Culture in Region 1
Study and Experience of Culture in Region 2
Korean Traditional Culture and Contents 1
Korean Traditional Culture and Contents 2
Overseas Korean Culture and Contents

3

3

3

3

3

3

3

3
3

1

1

3

3

3

3

3

3

3

3

3

3

3
3

1

1

3

3

3

R08315
R08311

R08322
R08313

R08314

R08320
R08323

R08415

R08317

R08319

R08318

R08316

Theory of Digital Culture
Understanding of Cartoon-Animation Contents
Multimedia Authoring Tools
Fieldwork Practice of Cultural Industry 1
Fieldwork Practice of Cultural Industry 2
Culture and Tourism
Cultural Contents and Semio-Marketing
Theory of Cultural Contents Industry
Theory of Comparative Cultural Contents
Planning and Management of Festival
Analysis and Development of Printing Contents
Contemporary Culture and Media

3
3

3
1

1

3
3

3

3

3

3

3

3
3

3
1

1

3
3

3

3

3

3

3

4

R08403

R08402

R08407

R08408

R08406

R08416

R08404

R08401

History of East Asia and Contents
Analysis of Contents on Literature and Philosophy
Education of Culture and Media
R&D of Cultural and Educational Contents
Practice of Cultural Contents
Theory of Cultural Contents Business
History of the West and Contents
Criticism of Contemporary Culture

3

3

3

3

3

3

3

3

3

3

3

3

3

3

3

3

R08414

R08410

R08411

R08413
R08412

R08409


R08417

Analysis of Cultural Policy in the Advanced Countries
Archetypal Analysis on Contents of Eastern Culture
Digital Restoration of Cultural Properties
Culture Policy and Law
Museum and Exhibition Planning
Archetypal Analysis on Contents of Western Culture
Theory of Themepark Contents Planning

3

3

3

3
3

3


3

3

3

3

3
3

3


3

Course Description

Oral History and Culture Study
To plan content, data shall be collected first. This course looks at the importance of oral data collection through an actual process and equips students with capabilities to study culture with collected data.

Cultural Contents and Theory of Culture

In order to understand what cultural contents are all about, a general understanding of culture itself is required. As culture is connected to every aspect of human life, it is being addressed in a wide range of different fields, including literature, mythology, philosophy, psychoanalysis, history, politics, and economics. This course offers a basic overview of cultural theories, including general discussions on culture covering all of these areas.

Introduction to the Study of Cultural Contents

There is a growing need to understand the general status and structure of cultural contents, and to predict its future. This course offers basic knowledge on various cultural contents-related subjects, including outlining, classification, necessity, and the effects of cultural contents of the current status of Korean cultural contents as well as policies and business strategies on cultural contents.

Regional Culture and Contents
This course studies and analyzes various cultural contents divided by different zone, mainly in Gyeonggi Province and Seoul.

Contents and Philosophy of Culture
Human culture includes important assessments of human values, including those pertaining to the meaning, objectives, and conduct of human life. A deeper understanding of human nature develops knowledge of the basic principles and methods through which various cultural phenomena are generated. This course will also present common philosophical issues pertaining to culture to establish more elaborate relevant theories. Through this process, the development of high-quality cultural contents will be promoted.

Culture and Communication
Students will look at various communication methods among countries and cultural groups, as well as among different classes in a single society.

Cultural Contents and Trend
This course analyzes the trends of consumers who enjoy and consume cultural content and teaches methodologies that can develop competitive contents. To this end, regions where trends can be analyzed are directly explored and collected data is broken down for analysis.

Fundamentals of Cultural Technology
This course looks into the concept and application of cultural technology that play an important role in the production of cultural content and teaches methods to use it.

Understanding of Mythical Contents
Mythical contents that appear in various areas ranging from ancient to modern times are analyzed to use them as a basis for development of new content.

Image and Imagination
Students learn methods of imagination for the development of items and sources leading to creative cultural content.

Panning of Game and Writing to Scenario
This course focuses on analyzing various content-based games that appeared with the advent of the new Internet culture. Students will enhance their understanding of a wide spectrum of game-related subjects, including structure and characteristics of games, game scenarios, game designs, game systems and presentation. Based on this understanding, they will learn game development strategies and apply them to practical projects.

Understanding of Performing Arts
This course teaches theories related to performing arts which are the basis of popular art and offers opportunities for students to experience performing arts and nurture planning capabilities.

Documentary and Contents Planning
This course offers theoretical understanding of documentaries and students also plan production and produce a video. Through such process, they acquire various skills necessary for content planning.

Mass Media and Aesthetics
Students will learn methodologies for developing cultural and art contents that are being highlighted as new technologies in the current multimedia era, based on a variety of mass media theories spanning various disciplines.

Analysis on Contents of Popular Culture

Lectures will focus on extracting micro- as well as macro-contents hidden in various mass media, including newspapers, TV, and movies, in order to accurately understand popular culture and its profound impact on politics, economy, culture and the arts in modern society. Accordingly, students will gain the competence to develop new cultural contents.

Theory and Fieldwork of Cultural Contents Planning
To promote overall understanding of cultural content planning, students learn about basic planning theories as well as writing plans, securing scenarios, development and management methods, and drawing up budgets.

Cultural Contents and Storytelling
This course focuses on cultural semiotic analysis about storytelling created by various media so that students can be exposed to semiotic theories and analysis methodologies by which cultural content planners analyze content storytelling.

Art of Visual Media
As nearly all information is being transformed into images, the current period is now referred to as the image era. Images are a way of delivering information based on visual media. Moreover, more effective ways of delivering information are being developed through various visual media. Students will learn to understand cultural codes depicted in advertisements, Internet games, animations, and movies that are expressed in visual media, after which they will conduct aesthetic analysis.

Moving Images and Contemporary Aesthetics
Students will be introduced to the film genre, a representative field of modern moving images, and various philosophical and aesthetic issues will be presented to promote a deeper understanding. Students will also identify, critique, and present alternatives to modern movie art.

Study and Experience of Culture in Religion 1, 2

A wide spectrum of cultural events are being held in line with the growing importance of local government. In this practical course, students will select various events to visit on weekends, after which they will plan and develop practical ideas and materials for creating cultural contents.

Korean Traditional Culture and Contents 1, 2
Students will first analyze various forms of Korean culture, including religious ceremonies; cuisine, clothing, and housing; and entertainment. They will then research the archetypes and characteristics of Korean culture, adapt them to a more modern perspective and transform the results into digital contents.

Overseas Korean Culture and Contents
This course includes a preliminary analysis of various forms of traditional Korean culture preserved in overseas Korean communities, including: religious ceremonies, cuisine, clothing, housing and entertainment. They will then research the archetypes and characteristics of Korean culture, adapt them to a more modern perspective and transform the results into digital contents.

Theories of Digital Culture

This course will provide students with a general understanding of digital culture through a detailed study of the historical, philosophical, political, and economic background of digital culture, as well as digital innovations in modern culture.

Understanding of Cartoon-Animation Contents
This course aims for overall understanding, research, and analysis about the comic and animation genres that are emerging as a new mainstream in modern culture.

Multimedia Authoring Tools

Students will learn how to work with tools used in multimedia development, such as Authoware Pro, Toolbook, and Director, and thus develop their ability to produce multimedia titles.

Fieldwork Practice of Cultural Industry 1, 2

In the age of cultural content development, the rising cultural industry will lead Korea into the next generation. Students will visit specific cultural industry organizations that are selected each semester, and based on their observations, plan and develop practical ideas and materials for creating cultural content.

Culture and Tourism
In modern society, travel means much more than relaxation or entertainment: it has become a cultural product. Understanding cultural tourism requires a professional knowledge of various cultures of countries around the world. Students will analyze a variety of contents on travel for each cultural zone, and look at strategies for cultural travel. Through such research and analysis, they will learn basic theories, after which they will practice developing tourist products and planning cultural travel.

Cultural Contents and Semio-Marketing
This course deals with the use of semio-marketing theories in developing cultural contents as well as planning content distribution strategies.

Theory of Cultural Contents Industry

This course promotes understanding of the cultural content industry and looks at the current distribution and circulation network of the industry.

Theory of Comparative Cultural Contents
Each culture has unique characteristics since each developed differently, according to its geographical location. At the same time, humankind created all cultures, which means there are also common characteristics. The aim of this course is to provide a logical understanding of each culture by identifying cultural uniqueness and commonalities among cultures through comparative analyses.

Planning and Management of Festival
Students will analyze the origins, objectives, and meanings of various festivals that make each country distinctive. Students will also learn theories and enhance practical skills necessary for planning and managing various types of festivals.

Analysis and Development of Printing Contents

Printed contents are the most influential media in the history of mankind. Lectures will focus on detailed and accurate planning, editing, and understanding of printed contents. Another goal of this course is to look at the current status and future of electronic publications.

Contemporary Culture and Media
Contemporary culture is rapidly spreading through the media. Conducting a clear analysis of the ability of the media to create culture requires an understanding of the characteristics of media structures and contents. Based on such an understanding, this course will be a foundation for creating new culture that can lead modern society into the future.

History of East Asia and Contents
The course will entail selecting specific themes of the Oriental cultural history and reviewing ways to transform them into digital contents.

Analysis of Contents on and Philosophy
In order to develop unique cultural contents, in-depth knowledge of the humanities is required. In particular, literature contents have a strong appeal across many social strata, and they become even more effective when they introduce and analyze philosophical issues. This course seeks to bring humanist contents to a new level by linking philosophical discussions with key literary works.

Education of Culture and Media
Culture provides the stage where members of society can experience and express various views of the world. In modern society, the media is an important vehicle for delivering culture. As such, it requires an in-depth understanding of the objectives, methods, and contents of cultural education as expressed by the media.

R&D of Cultural and Educational Contents

Students will gain an understanding of methodologies used to develop a wide variety of cultural and educational contents, which are necessary in the multimedia era. This course focuses on equipping students with the ability to plan and develop contents.

Practice of Cultural Contents
Students will conduct research on cultural archetypes, learn the process of designing concepts, and planning content communication strategies.

Theory of Cultural Contents Business

The cultural content business is analyzed to understand the business structure of cultural content industry. Profit models and methodologies in the contents market are also studied.

History of the West and Contents

In this course, a specific theme on the history of Western culture is selected, after which students look into ways to transform the theme into digital contents.

Criticism of Contemporary Culture

Along with leading-edge scientific technologies, contemporary culture is changing at a rapid pace. The aims of this course are to identify the ultimate reasons and principles behind cultural changes by looking at human nature, and to understand the inherent characteristics of contemporary culture.

Analysis of Cultural Policy in the Advanced Countries
Comparative analysis will be conducted on the cultural policies of advanced nations in cultural contents.

Archetypal Analysis on Contents of Eastern Culture

By extracting common archetypes through a general review of Eastern literature, philosophy, religion, and art, students will analyze a wide variety of contents related to Eastern culture, and explore the possibilities of creating new cultural contents.

Digital Restoration of Cultural Properties
The importance of restoring cultural properties through digital technologies is growing day by day. Students will learn fundamental theories of digital restoration and practice them in authentic projects.

Culture Policy and Law
To promote an understanding of overall cultural policies, students will research policies and laws related to culture in general. With intangible values as the medium, cultural contents are creating economic as well as cultural value. Students must, therefore, be knowledgable about intellectual property and relevant legal and contractual information. Students will analyze actual examples of disputes involving the cultural industry as preparation for working in the field.

Museum and Exhibition Planning
Students will learn general museum studies and gain practical experience in planning for museum exhibits.

Archetypal Analysis on Contents of Western Culture
Universal prototypes are derived through a general review of Western cultures, philosophies, religions and arts to analyze the various contents of Western culture that have been recently used and explore the potential for production of new cultural content.

Theory of Theme Park Contents Planning
In addition to theories about theme parks, a collection of various cultural contents, students learn capabilities to plan and operate theme parks.


BRICs Major

Year

1st Semester

2nd Semester

Course code

Course name

Credit

Hour

Course code

Course name

Credit

Hour

2

A21019

A21002
A21025

A21020

A21001

Understanding BRICs through Media
Negotiations with BRICs
Understanding Cross-Culture of BRICs
Understanding Social Development of BRICs
Introduction to BRICs

3

3
3

3

3

3

3
3

3

3

A21019

A21002
A21025

A21020

Understanding BRICs through Media
Negotiations with BRICs
Understanding Cross-Culture of BRICs
Understanding Social Development of BRICs

3

3
3

3

3

3
3

3

3

A21014
A21010

A21011
A21007
A21023

A21027

A21028

Global Leadership & BRICs
Investment Environment Russia and CIS
Brasil Enterprise and Trade
Study of Indian IT Industry
China’s Trade Institution and Law
BRICs and International Relations
BRICs and World Economy

3
3

3
3
3

3

3

3
3

3
3
3

3

3

A21010

A21011
A21023

A21027


A21028

Investment Environment Russia and CIS
Brasil Enterprise and Trade
China’s Trade Institution and Law
BRICs and International Relations
BRICs and World Economy

3

3
3

3


3

3

3
3

3


3

4

A21030

A21024

A21022

A21029

A21021
A21013
A21006

Understanding the Economy of Siberia and the Far-East
China’s Business Management Case
Research Methods of Area Studies
Understanding the Relationship between Korea & BRICs
Business Culture in BRICs
Studies of FTA in BRICs
MERCOSUL-The Strategy of Branching in Brazil

3

3

2

3

3
3
3

3

3

2

3

3
3
3

A21030

A21024

A21022

A21029

A21018

A21021

Understanding the Economy of Siberia and the Far-East
China’s Business Management Case
Research Methods of Area Studies
Understanding the Relationship between Korea & BRICs
BRICs Financial Markets and Banking-Securities Law
Business Culture in BRICs

3

3

2

3

3

3

3

3

2

3

3

3


Course Description

Understanding BRICs through Media

This course is designed to observe and understand BRICs societies through various themes related to mass media and culture.

Negotiations with BRICs

Theoretical and actual negotiations involving BRICs countries.

Understanding Cross-Culture of BRICs

Understanding of cultural characteristics of BRICs from the perspective of comparative culture.

Understanding Social Development of BRICs

This course looks at the social changes of BRICs from a historical perspective and promotes the understanding of the patterns and impacts of social changes since the 20th century.

Introduction to BRICs
This course offers general knowledge about BRICs.

Global Leadership & BRICs
This course talks about the capabilities and spirit of challenge required for 21st-century global leaders through a series of special lectures by notable figures from political, governmental, industrial and academic circles. During the latter half of each lecture, important current issues are discussed in depth with students asking questions.

China's Trade Institution and Law
The rapidly growing Chinese economy is a major consideration for the future of the Korean economy and this course teaches the basics of the structural characteristics of Chinese companies as well as theoretical and actual trade to students in the BRICs interdisciplinary program desiring to become BRICs specialists.

BRICs and International Relations
This course promotes the understanding of external relations of BRICs from the perspective of international politics and their influence on the order of international politics.

BRICs and World Economy
This course promotes the understanding of external economic relations of BRICs, their external trade and their role in the new order of international economy.

Investment Environment Russia and CIS

This course offers analyses of the economic status of Russian and CIS countries through macroeconomic indicators and an in-depth understanding of the foreign investment environment and the successes and failures of Korean companies' advancement in their markets.

Brasil Enterprise and Trade
The rapidly-growing Brazilian economy is very important to the future of the Korean economy and this course teaches basics about the structural characteristics of Brazilian companies and trade to students in the BRICs interdisciplinary program desiring to become BRICs specialists.

Study of Indian IT Industry
India, a BRICs country, is making striking advances in the areas of mathematics and IT. This course offers an in-depth understanding of the IT industry based on a general understanding of the Indian economy.

Understanding the Economy of Siberia and the Far-East

This course promotes the understanding of the economy of Siberia and the Fast East which are geographically close to Korea and review possible areas for cooperation such as energy and railroads through an analysis of regional economies.

China's Business Management Case

Since business management is an area undergoing the most vibrant changes in the Chinese economy, this course looks at the characteristics of government-run, private, and multinational companies in China through analysis of various management cases.

Research Methods of Area Studies
This course introduces the methodologies of regional studies and applies such to analyze the various symptoms of BRICs countries.

Understanding the Relationship between Korea & BRICs
This course promotes the understanding of the relationship between Korea and BRICs through historical and social science perspectives.

Business Culture in BRICs

This course analyzes the business environment and culture of BRICs to understand their business culture.

Studies of FTA in BRICs
This course promotes the in-depth study of FTAs in BRICs countries such as Brazil, Russia, India, and China.

MERCOSUL- The Strategy of Branching in Brazil
This course analyzes Mercosul, the regional trade agreement of Central and South America, and Brazil, the leader of this economic community, and studies strategies to advance into these countries.

BRICs Financial Markets and Banking-Securities Law

This course offers an understanding of the functions of BRICs financial markets, studies the systems of these markets, and looks at environmental changes such as liberalization and internationalization of the markets. Finance-related regulations such as judiciary issues about the relationship between banks and customers are also analyzed. EU Major

Year

1st Semester

2st Semester

Course code

Course name

Credit

Hour

Course code

Course name

Credit

Hour

2

A22001

A22002

Understanding the European Union
Institutions of the European Union

2

2

2

2

A22004
A22006

European Single Market
Multi-culture and Identity in Europe

2
2

2
2

3

A22003

A22005

External Relations of the European Union
EURO and the World Economy

2

2

2

2

A22008

A22007

European Enlargement and Its Future
European Integration and Culture

2

2

2

2

4

A22011
A22009

Social Policy of the EU
EU Firms and Corporate Culture

2
2

2
2

A22012
A22010

EU Research Seminar
Korea-EU Relations

2
2

2
2



Course Description

Understanding the European Union
This course promotes the understanding of the basics about the European Union, a successful case of regional integration, such as the history of integration, primary policies, expansion of the union, member countries, and governance.

Institutions of the European Union
This course promotes the understanding of the details of the EU’s major organs such as Council of the European Union, European Commission, European Parliament, European Central Bank, European Economic and Social Committee, and the European Court of Justice.

European Single Market
The European Single Market is the basis to understand the EU and core of European economic integration. This course teaches how it was formed and how it functions.

Multi-culture and Identity in Europe
European integration in cultural terms is a process to integrate Europe comprising various cultures and achieve uniformity among diversity through various systems and policies. This course analyzes how the EU harmonizes different European cultures to build identity.

External Relations of the European Union
This course deals with the EU's external relations with other countries: in other words, not only its trade policies but also its relations with the U.S., Korea, regional organizations, and the UN. The EU's joint diplomacy and security policy are also analyzed as part of the course.

EURO and the World Economy
This course looks into the impact of Europe's currency integration on the world economy. The Euro has already become a stable currency and its role will continue to increase. As such, this study on the EURO will help students better understand the global economy.

European Enlargement and Its Future
The EU has expanded in the past few years to include East Europe and Southeast Europe. European integration in cultural terms is a process to integrate Europe comprising various cultures to achieve uniformity among diversity through various systems and policies. This course analyzes how the EU harmonizes different European cultures to build identity.

European Integration and Culture

This course analyzes various themes related to the culture of the EU, in particular, the impacts of deepening integration on the sociocultural conditions of the member countries and the potential for creation of a common European culture.

Social Policy of the EU
This course deals with the various aspects of social policy at the EU level to overcome various factors of conflict and divergence in the European society to achieve a community in the truest sense.

EU Firms and Corporate Culture
This course deals with various themes related to Europe's corporate culture, in particular, the characteristics of each country's corporate culture and impacts of deepening integration on the European corporate culture.

EU Research Seminar
This seminar deals with various EU-related theoretical and policy issues to offer a better understanding of European integration.

Korea-EU Relations
This course looks into bilateral relations between Korea and the EU, developing close relations in such broad areas as politics and international relations based on economic and trade cooperation.