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Program Highlights
HANKUK UNIVERSITY of FOREIGN STUDIES INTERNATIONAL SUMMER SESSION

  Courses

  I. ISS in Korean & Asian Studies (July 14 - August 11 / 50 hours per course)

 

 Period

Class hours

Days

Remarks

1

09:00 ~ 10:50

Monday - Friday

Content Courses

2

11:00 ~ 12:50

 Monday - Friday 

Content Courses

3

13:40 ~ 15:30

 Monday - Friday 

Content Courses

4

15:40 ~ 17:10

 Monday - Friday 

Languages

 

   II. ISS in General Studies (June 27 - July 30 / 75 hours per course)

 

       HUFS ISS in General Studies is a new 5-week summer program starting from 2016 summer. The program will be running from June 27, 2016 to July 30, 2016 in HUFS Seoul Campus. With most of the teaching crew from top North American universities, the program will provide an authentic American college atmosphere and high quality liberal arts and science classes as well as some business classes.

 

 

 Period

Class hours

Days

Remarks

1

08:00 ~ 10:00

Monday - Friday

Content Courses

2

10:00 ~ 12:00

Monday - Friday 

Content Courses

3

12:00 ~ 14:00

Monday - Friday 

Content Courses

4

14:00 ~ 16:00

Monday - Friday 

Content Courses

5

16:00 ~ 18:00

Monday - Friday 

Content Courses 

6

18:00 ~ 20:00

Monday - Friday 

Content Courses  

 

 

 

 



 

Course Descriptions & Syllabuses  

   

※ Click course titles and names to see the course syllabus and the profile 


1. All classes will be offered only if a minimum of 6 students enroll in the course

2. Course load : 3 credits per course 

 

I. ISS in Korean & Asian Studies (50 hours)

    PERIOD 1 (09:00~10:50)

 

    PERIOD 2 (11:00~12:50)

CODE

COURSE TITLE

INSTRUCTOR

IS202

Korean Cinema

Antoine Coppola

IS307

Consumer Behavior in Asia: Unique Issues and Marketing Practices 

Tom DeWitt

IS417

Democratization in Korea and Asia

Norman Thorpe 

IS423

North Korean Development & Security Issues

Greg Scarlatoiu

IS429

Cultural Gloablization in Asia: Pop Culture, Problems & Prospects

C.N. Le 

IS504 Strategic Crisis Communication: Cases in Korea and Asia TJ Jung
IS213 Korean Food:Understanding Korean Food in the Era of Globalization  

 

 

    PERIOD 3 (13:40~15:30)

 

CODE

COURSE TITLE

INSTRUCTOR

 IS203

Korean Music & Performing Arts

Yu Seok Kim

IS207

Korean Wave: Contemporary Korean Popular Culture

Nemo Kim

IS313

Gender in South Korea Miliann Kang

IS502

Media, Globalization and the East Asian Region Jae Kook Lee

IS801

Academic English: Reading & Writing 

 

 

     PERIOD 4 (15:40~17:10)

 

CODE

Title

INSTRUCTOR

 IS803

Presenting in English for TV and Radio 

Nemo Kim

IS901

Beginning Korean

TBD

IS902

Intermediate Korean

TBD

IS903

Advanced Korean

TBD

 

 

 

II. ISS in General Studies (75 hours)

    PERIOD 1 (08:00~10:00)

CODE

Title

INSTRUCTOR

ENG 101

Literature : Survey of American Literature Matthew Fledderjohann

ECON 101

Introduction to Microeconomics

Elias C. Grivoyannis

KORN 101

Introduction to Korean Language

Sue-Jing Kim

    PERIOD 2 (10:00~12:00)

CODE

Title

INSTRUCTOR

ECON 102 Introduction to Macroeconomics Elias C. Grivoyannis
PSY 101 Introduction to Psychology TBA
HIS 102 Introduction to World History Brandon C. Downing

 

    PERIOD 3 (12:00~14:00)

CODE

Title

INSTRUCTOR

HIS 101 Introduction to U.S History Brandon C. Downing
ACCT 111 Financial Accounting TBA
BUS 301 Consumer Behavior TBA

 

     PERIOD 4 (14:00~16:00)

CODE

Title

INSTRUCTOR

ECON 302 Money, Banking and Financial Market Elias C. Grivoyannis
BUS 201 Introduction to Marketing TBA
SOC 101 Introduction to Sociology Katrina McDonald


     PERIOD 5 (16:00~18:00)

CODE

Title

INSTRUCTOR

ENG 102 Public Speaking Matthew Fledderjohann
ENG 104 College Writing Katrina McDonald
ACCT 112 Managerial Accounting TBA

 

     PERIOD 6 (18:00~20:00)

CODE

COURSE TITLE

INSTRUCTOR

PSY 202

Cognitive Psychology

TBA