Drawing and Cartography (3-2-2)
Students learn about drawing skills in terms of basic knowledge for drafting and interpretation of civil, environment and urban engineering related drawings.
History of Planning(2-2-0)
Class handles the history of urban planning and the development of city in ancient, medieval, modern and current era through documents, video and slides so as to compare western and eastern characteristics. Students carry out expectations of urban activity in the future and of the concepts and developments of urban planning in response to the investigation taken in the class.
Students understand fluid mechanics on statistic and dynamic fluid as an applied science so that student enhance their capability to interpret force relations on fluids and materials.
Surveying and Practice(3-2-2)
Students understand basic theory and methods for surveying and practice on flat, height and triangular survey required for the urban planning fields.
Students enhance their capability in understanding the necessary engineering theories for the curriculum in this class based on differential and integral calculation.
Class handles issues such as background of traffic safety theories, development processes, current level, statistical model development of road traffic accident by multiple statistics, problem diagnosis of practical application, road design, safety facility and effects on drivers' behaviour.
Students analyze interior and exterior spaces and functions of buildings and general design methodology so as to apply to urban planning process.
Introduction to Urban Planning(3-3-0)
Class handles issues such as concept of city, causes of city generation, theories on spatial structure of city, targets and process of urban planning, spatial planning and evaluation of sectors, administrative and financial planning, legal and systematic enforcement procedure. Class handles more specifically the issues such as urban survey and analysis, planning population estimation, land use plan, traffic plan, facility plan and city park plan using video and slides.
Students learn about basic theories and field survey techniques of traffic engineering based on traffic system components, traffic amounts, traffic speed, density and traffic flow theory, as well as field survey of traffic management, administration and planning including speed, delay estimation, terminal, pedestrian parking, accident investigation.
Urban Design and Drafting(3-2-2)
Class handles theories and practices on physical environment components of city in order to enhance the capability of urban planning of the whole city.
Students learn about application methods of three elements - distance, direction and height - by basic surveying that measure and schematize feature locations on ground surface. Students understand engineering principles of applied surveying and techniques by practicing those technical fields.
Class addresses interpretation of environmental phenomena and hydraulic modeling of water quality for public health and environment conservation centering around water supply and sewerage facility that has been essential environmental engineering construction target along the development of city.
Theory of Urban Housing(2-2-0)
Class introduces social and economic approaches to urban housing that complement the defect of physical one. Class addresses topics especially on house demand, supply, finance, land, public housing and housing market based on housing theory.
This class handles site planning by analyzing natural and cultural factors of the site. Class addresses issues that cover the whole process of urban planning by lecturing on technical criteria necessary for data collection, goal-setting, data interpretation and site development.
Urban Survey Method and Interpretation(3-2-2)
Class covers range and content of urban survey, survey methods, data organization and data representation. It handles data arrangement and representation using graph, representation using pictures, and representation based on statistical models. Statistical packages such as SAS or SPSS is used as a tool and statistical treatment and interpretation methods are focussed.
Urban Land Use Planning(3-2-2)
Class examines concepts and aims of land use planning, contents of planning targets, processes and execution process. Class also handles essential issues of land use planning such as function settings, scale estimation, site distribution and evaluation methods through national and international examples.
Students learn about water generation, water cycle, decomposition, physical and chemical characteristics of water and relation to urban environment so that students enhance their problem solving skills in quantitative and qualitative problems of rain and water quality management in urban areas.
Hydraulics of Experiment(3-2-2)
Students understand physical characteristics of fluids, continuity equation as basic equation of fluid mechanics and dynamics, Bernoulli's theorem and momentum equations through research and experiments.
Transportation Planning Analysis(3-2-2)
Class addresses investigation and analysis of social and economic factors in transportation planning, theoretical background and methods of demand assessment and main models for these. Students learn about transportation means and systems, evaluation and policy of transportation facility investment and various techniques for demand assessment.
Theory of Urban Design(3-3-0)
Students learn about natural landscapes such as city parks, roads, buildings and techniques to plan their physical conditions. Students also handle city space organization such as plaza in city, device design and redevelopment plan with examples.
Urban Planning Law(2-2-0)
Class examines law system and contents regarding urban planning, city and urban complex related law and building law such as land construction planning law, land use management law, Seoul metropolitan region restoration plan, land and region related law, urban planning law, urban redevelopment law and land subdivision project law.
Urban Landscape and Ecology(2-2-0)
Students understand ecological theory, design techniques and urban landscape regarding natural structures, landscape composition harmonious to human including parks, green belts of public facilities and stadiums.
National and Regional Planning(3-3-0)
Class addresses concepts and classifications of national and regional planning, target range of planning, region selection techniques according to analysis results, residential system, spatial structure and analysis methods on national and regional economy. Class also handles theory and development strategy of national and regional planning as well as related examples.
Water Supply and Sewage Engineering(3-2-2)
Students learn about basic concepts and techniques of water supply and sewage engineering and special techniques for water demand, water distribution, facility planning, water quality measure and prediction, water treatment techniques and facility control.
Students learn about urban design drawings, general theories and methods of urban design process as well as field survey, analysis and representation methods for optional residential sites. Students explores design theory mostly on residential sites, real site analysis so that students perform urban planing and design.
Quantitative Analysis for Urban and Regional Planning(3-2-2)
Class introduces quantitative analysis method among analysis and estimation techniques used in urban and regional planning field. Students learn about concepts, usage, application and interpretation of models used in planning process such as population prediction model, economic basic model, shift-share model, input-output model, gravity model, land use model
Highway Engineering and Design(3-2-2)
With knowledge of various characteristics of road such as road structure, design parameters, road alignment and road section, students learn about principles of single curve, complex curve, longitudinal curve and transient curve for road design that lead students to better handling of road designing.
Urban Environmental Engineering(2-2-0)
Students learn about practical techniques and applied theories with engineering approaches to causes of environmental contamination, treatment methods and effects as well as basic theory on environmental contamination as a whole.
Community District Transportation Planning(3-2-2)
This is a class that handles transportation planning on vehicles and pedestrians in the region surrounded by arterial roads. Class handles planning, design and theoretical issues such as road network system of district unit, transportation usage, parking, pedestrians, traffic safety, mutual relation to public transportation, traffic demand management and local landscape.
Urban Infrastructure Engineering(3-3-0)
Class focuses on engineering approach to urban infrastructure by analysing relations of given conditions of certain regions with facilities in order to optimum scale calculation and location selection of public facilities such as urban public facilities like water distribution and living environment facilities including urban commercial, business, educational, cultural and medical facilities.
Students learn about public transportation issues such as types, characteristics and definitions of urban public transportation, comparative analysis with other transportation means, bus stops, traffic fees, service levels, productivity increase programs, operation and management techniques.
Students research on criteria setting and methods for urban renewal and study on theories with practice in order to analyze the problem and the effect of urban renewal. Students also analyse and investigate national and international urban renewal examples that might contribute near future urban renewal.
Transportation Facilities and Planning(3-2-2)
Class addresses various theories necessary for operating transportation facilities especially focused on traffic signal control, signal synchronization, principles and concepts of electronic traffic signal system, traffic signs and road signs.
Urban Development and Management Theory(2-2-0)
This is class that handles urban development and management theory which examines urban development and management with equivalent view. Students examine methods and process of new town development which is a major methodology of urban development. Students also investigate planning process with related theories and examples, targets, methods and related theories of urban management centering around urban management problems in the post development phase.
New Town Planning(- -)
Students understand new town planning process with response to city expansion and new urban space generation. Students study on planning and design theories required in new town construction. Class also introduces problems and improvement matters from real new town construction.
Urban Information System Theory(2-2-0)
Urban information system theory is methodology with which students analyze and investigate information effectively in order to apply to urban planning. Class handles theories and practices using Database management system, spreadsheet program for numeric data analysis, computer aided design, Geographic information system so that students apply to spatial planning using GIS that currently shows frequent usage in the field.
Urban River Engineering(3-2-2)
Students learn geomorphological aspects of river in terms of water use and control, river plan and investigation, design of river structures, operation and management methods of facilities.
Detailed District Planning(3-3-0)
In order to clearly represent and control urban space and building components according to building plan and urban design, students understand urban design to district unit by theoretical and practical research on detailed planning of optional districts.
Transportation Information System(2-2-0)
Students understand various scientific road traffic operation systems applying cutting-edge information, electrical, communication and control techniques. Class handles target systems such as advanced traffic management system, advanced pedestrian information system, advanced public transportation management system and advanced vehicle control.
Feasibility study class evaluates feasibility of certain projects and it is a synthetic area which synthetically evaluates physical plan of function, scale and arrangement, management and economic plan such as marketing and financing as well as technical plan. Feasibility estimation performs through business plan, operational method establishment, estimation of business cost and profits, accommodation funds, procurement plan establishment, statement of profit and loss, cash flow table, economical efficiency analysis and simulation. Targets of feasibility assessment are field oriented and consulting bound matters including single building, site plan project, civil and SOC projects.
Environmental Impact Assesment(2-2-0)
Students enhance their pre-evaluation capability regarding pollution protection methods and policy establishment where urbanization and industrialization affects on environment.
Transportation System Analysis(2-2-0)
Students understand components and characteristics of small and large scale transportation systems, alternative establishment for the improvement, prediction of alternative results, evaluation and processes of transportation systems.
Drawing and CAD(4-2-2)
Currently computer system replaces previous ways of hand drafting and designing tasks. This class aims at understanding the implementation techniques of previous drafting and drawing theories and concepts through CAD. This class applies to various classes including urban planning and design as well as transportation planning.