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Introduction to Information Processing (3-2-2)

At a time of informatization of society, computer competency is essential so this course brings an understanding of how computer systems help the decision making and problem solving processes.

Mathematics for Economic (3-3-0)

There is a target to master mathematical substances used in ordinary order. This course prepares students in measuring analysis subjects in ordinary order classes.

Principles of Management (3-3-0)

This is the basic course in management. Students learn management principles and techniques in contemporary business as well as the decision-making oriented management.  

Principles of Economics1,2 (3-3-0)

This course comprehensively covers the basic principles and concepts of economics, reasonable economic activities and the operational principles of market organizations, the determination of national income, currency and price, national economy, economic development, economic environment change and K-based society and others in as a means of enhancing understanding of general economic principles and an economic way of thinking.

Principles of Accounting (3-3-0)

This course covers the principles of book keeping and circulation processes, the basic principles of accounting, so students can study financial and managerial accounting.

Internet Application to Business (3-2-2)

This course covers specialized knowledge required in electronic commerce and it enables students to search for information on the internet and produce and utilize a homepage. 

Microeconomics (3-3-0)

Microeconomics covers the operational principles of the free market economy and the efficient distribution of resources. It also covers consumer behavior theory, demand theory, production and cost theory, products, demand market with price decision theory, general balance theory and welfare economy theory.

Economic History (3-3-0)

This course covers the development process and types of socio-economic phenomenon, economic organization and the development process for each stage of primitive communities, ancient communities, feudal communities and modern capitalistic society. The historic development of economic phenomenon of each era and the formation process of economics principles are a way of undertaking an in-depth analysis of current economic phenomenon and trends from a historic view. 

Industrial Economics (2-2-0)

This course provides an understanding of market structures and the economic implications following industrial organizations, and the impact of the industrial organizations on the macro economy.

 Macroeconomics (3-3-0)

This course covers economic growth, unemployment, inflation, and short-term business cycle of national economy, variables such as GDP, investment, consumption, interest rate, export, and import as well as the economic policies to stabilize them.

English for Trade (3-3-0)

English is indispensable for trade transactions so this course covers the terminology and forms of English communication necessary for trade. It includes letters, Internet and telegraph communication.

 Economics of Current Topics (3-3-0)

This course analyzes and discusses the core economic issues responding to the changes in domestic and overseas economic environments, and seeks out the economic effects and responsive strategies.

 Practice of Economic Data Analysis (3-3-0)

This course covers the fundamental skills to analyze economic data by using a spread sheet, analysis of data, and practice with the software needed in economic analysis.

 Commercial Law (3-3-0)

This course covers legal issues arising in the real economy and in corporate relationships. The focus of the course is on examination preparation.

  East-Asian Economics (3-3-0)

With the Korean Peninsula, the economies of the surrounding countries, China, Russia, Mongolia, Japan and others are systematically analyzed to find a desirable path for Korean economics and the advancement of Korean companies to the continent in the 21st century East Asian era. Students study accounting based on current theses and data of East Asia's economies, analysis of the economy of each East Asian country, search for economic integration of the East Asian region, change of the economic order in East Asia, and a path for the Korean economy.

 Understanding of Income Distribution (3-3-0)

This course enables the students to understand the basic concepts related to income distribution analysis, income distribution theory and its improvement policy in the national economy. It includes distribution theory, income distribution indices, causes and measures of inequality of income, the relationship of economic development and income distribution, and income distribution in Korea.

 Money and Banking (3-3-0)

This course covers money markets and financial markets, interest rates, bond markets, equity markets, money demand, money supply, and monetary policy as well as the Korean financial system. It also includes the effects of money and financial markets development on macroeconomic variables.

 International Trade (3-3-0)

This is a field of applied economics focused on international economic phenomenon and includes international trading principles of the international economy, international surplus and currency. Therefore, it covers the practical aspects of the international economy along with trade principles, trade policy and systems.

 Understanding of Labor Market (3-3-0)

This course studies the principles of demand and supply in the labor market and the ensuing labor and employment decision process. It provides information on how wages are determined, how individuals differ from one another, how unemployment occurs and how it can be overcome.

 History of Economics Theory (3-3-0)

This course contemplates how the major economic ideals and economic theories developed on the basis of the background of each economic development stage. This course analyzes the ideals and principles of economy, the development and system of the major economies, and the stipulation of actual economic living.

 Public Finance (3-3-0)

This course addresses public economic activities. The contents include analysis of public finance theory, budgets, financial income and expenditure, and the impact of the distribution of resources, income and economic stability and the direction of financial policy.

 Financial System (3-3-0)

This course analyzes the structures and behavior of financial markets, financial commodities, and financial intermediaries. It focuses on the relationships between financial development and economic growth, financial development and financial crisis, financial regulation, financial markets development, and financial innovations.

 Environmental and Natural Resources Policy (3-3-0)

This course covers environmental and resource policy instruments (taxes, subsidies, marketable permits and direct controls) and the strengths and weaknesses of each. The concepts and methods necessary for understanding policy instruments are also covered.

 International Finance (3-3-0)

This course covers the principles, policies and systems related to currency as regards international economic phenomenon. The contents include the foreign exchange market, international settlement methods, international surplus adjustment policies, the movement of international funds, multinational corporations and international currency systems.

 Theory of Small Business (2-2-0)

This course covers the theoretical foundations of small businesses and analyzes the macro- and micro- environment of corporate economics related to the development of small businesses. It recognizes the issues of national production, employment structures and large companies domination, and covers the policies and support systems for small business development, globalization of small businesses, small business models for international comparative study, venture business, franchise, and SOHO start ups.

 Korean Economy (3-3-0)

The purpose of this course is to interpret the operational principles, status and tasks of the Korean economy following an economic paradigm. It seeks environmental change to a development plan for the Korean economy. The contents include Korean economic development, restructuring and reform of the Korean economy, international economies and Korean economics following the changes in the economic environment, the status of industrial economies for each field, strengthening of international competitiveness and the realization of economic justice.

 Chinese Economy (3-3-0)

This course analyzes the economic systems reform in China, its opening policy, trends of changes in the market economic of Chinese socialism, and corporate development models of various types used in China. It also covers Chinese economics past, present and future and its relationship with the Korean economy. This course seeks to plan for the desirable advancement of Korean companies through case analysis, analyzes the Chinese economy from a Korean point of view to understanding the flow and to develop a strategic way of thinking.

 Real Estate Economics (3-3-0)

This course studies the efficient use of real estate, including land, building, and housing, and price determination of real estate, development theories and real estate related policies.

 International Economic Policy (3-3-0)

This course analyzes the most efficient policy means for consistently achieving economic objectives. It addresses the policy issues that are encountered by the Korean economy as well as the quantitative and qualitative aspects of economic objectives and policies.

 E-Commerce (2-2-0)

With the digital revolution, commerce using the Internet and communication have been rapidly increasing. This course covers the concepts of E-commerce, it's basic theory, economic effects, relevant laws and regulations as well as its utilization methods.

 Economics of Taxation (3-3-0)

This course covers the basics of taxes, taxation technology, shifting and incidence of taxation and returns, principle of taxation, taxes effects and public loans. Taxation issues are studied by individual analysis.

 Political Economy (2-2-0)

Capitalism is analyzed from a social discord viewpoint which focuses on the relationships of labor, management and capital. The historic development of capitalism is studied.

 Korean Economic History (2-2-0)

Students learn to comprehend Korea's economic history by studying the flow of Korea economics from a social perspective.

 Introduction to Stock & Bond Market (3-3-0)

Students examine the dangers of general stock and bond economic theories and learn about the macro economy index and stock prices.

 Introduction to Insurance Market (3-3-0)

In this course, students learn about basic insurance theory and CBA to get maximum effect for minimum expense in an uncertain world.

 Welfare Economics (2-2-0)

This course addresses plans to maximize people's economical welfare.

 Modern Economics Theory (3-3-0)

This course covers contemporary economics, especially Keynes, Hayek. It focuses on the effects of Keynes's General Theory and Hayek's The Road to Serfdom on contemporary economic theories and analyzes the roots of the battle of economic ideas in the current economic circumstances based on Keynes and Hayek.

 Regional Economics (3-3-0)

As globalization solidifies the importance of area problems is increasing. Area economics is a discipline that deals with th spatial side of economy phenomenon. This course discusses important economic environment changes, the logical distribution of scarce area resources, bloc economy theory and policy, areas of spatial economy phenomenon, competitive power strengthening of industry, local enterprise's establishment, local economy activation, and balanced local area development.

 Urban Economics (3-3-0)

This course investigates fundamental changes to analyze economic questions connected with a city and happens about location choice of enterprise or furniture, innards of city. The course covers the theory connected with city and policy, urban development and traffic, poverty and environmental pollution, trade and production, land use and market, and house and public policy.

 ❖ Economic Development (3-3-0)

This course covers the theory and policy connected with innovation and economic development. It covers the meaning of economic development, types and theory, theory and development of technical improvements, technical development strategy of technical improvements, new international order and South Korea-North Korea problems.

 China Market Analysis (3-3-0)

Students study the Chinese market economy structure that has changed so fast since the WTO subscribed focus on the major industries and area. Students learn about the establishment of China's strategy and operation through analysis of Korean enterprise's investment examples.

 Business and Finance (3-3-0)

This course fosters competence in financial utilization techniques in enterprise management by the study of various financial commodities and policies along with analysis of the relationship between business activities and finance as well as understanding financial mechanism comprehensibility.

 Theory of Business Cycle (3-3-0)

This course covers theoretical knowledge through case analysis as a means of studying business cycles, processes and changes and to develop of mid- to long-term economic structures.

 ❖Statistics for Economics 3-3-0

 ❖Trade Chinese 2-2-0

 ❖Environment and Economy(3-3-0)

 ❖Current Economics English 3-3-0

 ❖Labor Law and Industrial Relations 3-3-0

 ❖Global Environment and World Economy 3-3-0

 ❖Entrepreneurship and Economics 2-2-0

 ❖A Preparatory for Employment 2-2-0

 ❖Thesis 3-3-0

 ❖Daejeon Regional Economics 3-3-0

 ❖China Trade Seminar 3-3-0

 ❖Economic Trend and Start-up 3-3-0

 ❖International Field Study 3-2-2

 

 

 

 

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