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Courses (Global Campus_Undergraduate)

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    Undergraduate Courses (Global Campus)
     
     
    Please read these instructions carefully before choosing courses


    To identify classes you would like to take,

    - if you are an undergraduate exchange / visiting applicant, check the course list in the left menu (Seoul / Global)
    Spring semester course list will be updated around the end of January and fall semester around the end of July
     
    - if you need to complete your learning agreement and submit to your home university before the course list gets fully updated, we recommend you choose classes from the list of courses offered during the previous semester at the time of application because most courses are continuously offered.
    (e.g. For 2013 Spring, select ones from the 2012 Spring list
     
    - if you want to take our Intensive Korean language program, you cannot take any regular courses offered in the morning (class period from 1 to 4)
     

     College of Humanities
     
     
    The College of Humanities at HUFS consists of majors in Philosophy, History and Linguistics & Cognitive Science. Its curriculum aims to identify and promote values through the studies of humanities, which is a foundation for other scientific fields: the study of humans through their humanity. Through studying to properly understand our human values and our ability to express ourselves, the College of Humanities suggests ways to study humanities throughout the world.
    2018
    2017
    2016
     College of Interpretation and Translation
     
     
    The College of Interpretation and Translation, whose educational environment is unmatched in Korea, consists of the English Interpretation and Translation Division, Department of German Interpretation and Translation, Department of Spanish Interpretation and Translation, Department of Italian Interpretation and Translation, Department of Chinese Interpretation and Translation, Department of Japanese Interpretation and Translation, Department of Thai Interpretation and Translation, Department of Arabic Interpretation and Translation and Department of Malay-Indonesian Interpretation and Translation.
     
    The curriculum is designed to cultivate globalized professionals in interpretation and translation, who have extensive knowledge in regional studies and human and social sciences, including politics, economy, society and culture, as well as excellent language fluency to facilitate international communication and contribute to national development.
    2018
    2017
    2016
     College of Central and Eastern European Studies
     
     
    The College of Central and Eastern European Studies consists of the Department of Polish, Department of Romanian, Department of Czech and Slovak Studies, Department of Hungarian and Department of South Slavic Studies. It is Korea’s best and only educational institution in Eastern European studies. As a home to many Eastern European experts, it leads the development of Eastern European studies in Korea and promotes the differentiated future value of individual students.
    2018
    2017
    2016
     College of International and Area Studies
    The College of International and Area Studies consists of the Department of French Studies, Department of Brazilian Studies, Department of Greek and Bulgarian Studies, Department of Indian Studies, Department of Central Asian Studies, Department of Russian Studies, Division of African Studies and Division of Internaitonal Sports and Leisure. The curriculum is designed for students to enhance perspectives on overseas areas and sophisticated language skills through classes conducted by native-speaking professors. It also has courses in major fields for students to deepen academic knowledge in the areas of their interest.
    2018
    2017
    2016
     College of Economics and Business
     
     
    Consisting of Department of International Business, Department of Economics and Department of Management Information Systems, the College of Economics and Business cultivates talented staff equipped with quick responsiveness and applications required by future society, along with an international mindset developed through proactive affiliation with related fields. Students lay a firm foundation to move toward the world by acquiring creative business techniques as well as excellent foreign language abilities, a signature strength of HUFS.
    2018
    2017
    2016
     College of Natural Science
     
     
    As an educational and research institution in the natural sciences, basic science for the national competitiveness in the 21st century, the College of Natural Sciences at HUFS consists of majors in Mathematics, Information Statistics, Electronic Physics, Environmental Science, Bioscience and Biotechnology, and Chemistry and Chemical Biology. Based on a deep understanding of nature and the university education required by today’s information and knowledge-based society, the College of Natural Sciences produces talented manpower generating synergy between nature and humans, as well as between people, creating values for the future.
    2018
    2017
    2016
     College of Engineering
     
     
    The home of majors in Computer Science and Engineering, Information Communications Engineering, Electronics Engineering, Digital Information Engineering, and the Industrial and Management Engineering Division, the College of Information and Industrial Engineering creates synergy between IT-related departments, including electronics, computer engineering, information and communication, automation and systems engineering, and offers a specialized educational environment. Through the most up-to-date curriculum and thorough classes by young and competent faculty with abundant experience in the field, students gain both practical high-tech knowledge and field adaptability
    2018
    2017
    2016
     Korean Studies
    We are also providing a variety of opportunities to all international students who want to deepen their understand
    ing of Korean society and the sources of its current trends. It includes Introduction to Korean Economy, Culture, Literature and Korean language for foreign students.
    2018
    2017
    2016
     Electives
    The wide range of our elective courses is providing an opportunity for students to explore areas of special interest. Our elective courses are divided into several categories such as Practical Languages, Literature & Arts, Society & Cultures, History & Philosophy, Information Technology, Health & Reports and so on.
    2018
    2017
    2016
     
     
     
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  • Intensive Korean Languguage Course 2012/2012
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