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Academic Year of 2016

Course No Course name Credits
  • BIZ2021 Managerial Accounting 3
    Study concepts and techniques based on cost information, which are useful in planning and implementing organization goals, evaluating performance, and making routine and non-routine decisions. Major topics are cost-volume-profit analysis, responsibility accounting, performance evaluation, budgeting, variance analysis, relevant costs, transfer pricing, and capital budgeting.
  • BIZ2022 Introduction to Financial Accounting 3
    Provides balanced coverage of the mechanics, measurement theory, and economic context of financial accounting. Strikes a balance between a preparer's and a user's orientation, emphasizing that students must understand both how transactions lead to financial statements (preparer's orientation) and how one can infer transactions given a set of financial statements (user's orientation). Relies on current, real-world examples taken from the popular business press. First part of the course introduces students to the financial accounting environment, financial statements, the accounting cycle, and the theoretical framework of accounting measurement. Second part of the course covers the elements of financial statements, emphasizing mechanics, measurement theory, and the economic environment.
  • BIZ2023 Commercial Law 1 3
    Commercial Law 1 covers a Business corporation law. Topics to be covered in this course are various types of business organization, corporate power and entity, formation of a corporation, share and stockholders, management and supervision, corporate finance, fundamental changes such as charter amendment and merger, split, dissolution and liquidation.
  • BIZ2024 Commercial Law 2 3
    Commercial Law 2 covers General Principles of Commercial Law and Typical Types of Commercial Activities. Survey on the general provisions of the Commercial Code includes the definition and capacity of a merchant, commercial registry, trade name. Typical types of commercial activities include agent, brokerage, commission agency, forwarding agency, inland carriage, and warehousing. Review of laws on the commercial papers such as promissory notes, bills of exchange, which are governed by separate statutes.
  • BIZ2025 Understanding of Entrepreneurship with CEOs 2
    This subject is designed to help students better understand the basic principle of the market economy and corporations and to educate them so that they may actively participate in the age of globalization and digitalization, and therefore advance into the real world successfully after their graduation. This course will be run in the form of lectures followed by discussions, with the lectures presented by professional experts including top managers, senior government officials, and institute researchers who are deeply engaged in real economic world.
  • BIZ2026 Global Start-up & Business 1 2
    This course requires students to study and learn about the economy and culture of a developing country so that they will be prepared to participate in the economic cooperation and/or development projects with the country in the future. The ultimate goal is to contribute to the advancement of national wealth. This is a required seminar for business administration majors to develop the interpersonal communication, team work and public presentation skills necessary for managers. Emphasis is on both individual and team communication.
  • BIZ2027 Global Start-up & Business 2 1
    Continued from Global Start-up & Business 1, based on study performed during the previous semester, this course runs a practical team project with the help of experts. The contents of the project are in principle, to be chosen by the students of the team.
  • BUS2001 Introduction to Management 3
    Introduction to management is an interesting class, which focuses on various fields in business management and some changes in management skill in the future. Throughout the course, students will be able to understand some basic knowledge of each field in business management. This class introduces Financial Marketing, Organizational Management, Accounting, Production/ Operation Management, MIS, and Industrial Psychology. In addition, Students discuss some advanced management skills and ethical issues in management.
  • BUS2003 Marketing Management 3
    Emphasis is placed on the planning, analysis and control of marketing activities with particular focus on product, promotion, pricing and distribution in marketing management.
  • BUS2004 Marketing Strategy 3
    The course is designed to provide a broad understanding of marketing strategy problems, analysis, decision-making, and evaluation.
    We will focus on
    - integration of concepts in this and previous marketing course
    - application to realistic situations
    - oral and written skills
    - quantitative analysis
  • BUS2005 Consumer Behavior and Brand Marketing 3
    This course aims to study consumers' decision making process and the factors which affect the decision of consumers, in particular, looking closely at brand strategy from the perspective of brand managers. The contents of this course include consumer decision making process, brand strategy and consumer behavior brand equity build-up and leveraging strategy frame work of management etc.
  • BUS2006 Financial Management 3
    This course is designed as an introduction to Financial management for undergraduates.
    The emphasis is on breath rather than depth and a wide range of topics will be covered.
    Topics include time value of money, stock and bond valuation, capital budgeting efficient capital markets, capital structure, working capital management and dividend policy.
  • BUS2007 Investments 3
    This course is designed to provide the students with an understanding of our financial markets, financial instruments, basic valuation principles and systematic investment management. Topics include operations of financial markets, analysis of financial instruments, such as stocks, bonds, options and futures, various model of the capital asset prices, and investment strategies.
  • BUS2008 International Financial Management 3
    This course aims at establishing a solid foundation for students in assessing global financial market environments as they affect coporate business activities. The topics covered in this course include foreign exchange market, international capital market, and financial risk management, among others.
  • BUS2009 Foundation of Financial Institutions Management 3
    This course is designed to help students understand the basic theories and managerial implications in the field of money and banking and financial institutions. The course covers a wide spectrum of theories and applications. Topics include the role and function of money and its linkage to monetary policy, theory of interest rate, the structure and operating mechanism of financial institutions in the money and capital markets, the specifics of financial instruments, the managerial principles and the regulations of financial institutions, and a brief introduction to monetary and fiscal policies.
  • BUS2010 Human Resource Management 3
    Human Resource Management provides students with a comprehensive review of essential personnel management concepts and techniques. This course deals with manpower planning, recruitment, development, compensation, performance appraisal and employee safety.
  • BUS2011 Marketing Research Methodology 3
    The purpose of this course is to provide participants with the skills needed to conduct basic market research studies, work with research departments and/ or companies to obtain the information needed for decision making and to evaluate and interpret research results.
    The course covers issues of basic data collection and analysis. Methodologies for designing new products, segmenting markets and positioning products. As business managers in every field and at every level are called upon to make decisions on the basis of collected information, most participants will find this course relevant, regardless of their chosen fields of specialization.
  • BUS2013 Elementary Business Statistics 3
    This course deals with basic concepts of statistical methods for business majors and minors.
    - Elementary concepts of probability distribution.
    - Principles of statistical inference.
    - Descriptive statistics.
    - Regression for studying relationships among variables.
    - Smoothing and forecasting for time series data.
  • BUS2014 Production and Operations Management 3
    Production and Operations Management is concerned with making sound, cost-effective decisions that improve the quality and productivity of both manufacturing and service organizations. Topics to be covered in this course include product design, facility location, process analysis and layout, automation, inventory policy, production planning, just-in-time quality control. Numerical examples, designed to illustrate the application of quantitative concepts, are included.
  • BUS2015 Management Information Systems 3
    This course presents the definition, structure, and type of management information systems in order to provide the framework for aiding students to understand the current information systems. It also deals with the strategic issues such as using information technology to gain competitive advantages.
  • BUS2017 Management Information Processing 3
    This course teaches students taking basic computer courses about computer & communication technology applied in business areas. It covers Office Automation (OA) System, Data Base Management System (DBMS), User Interface, Local Area Network (LAN), Internet, etc.
  • BUS2018 International Business 3
    This course is designed to introduce students to the problems and possibilities of doing business in an international context. This course covers the background for international business, comparative environmental framework, the theory of international business, management of the foreign direct investment firms, the dynamics of international business-government relationships, corporate policy and strategy of international enterprise, and current issues of the international business.
  • BUS2020 Cost Accounting 3
    Study concepts and techniques useful in collecting, classifying, and analyzing cost data so as to provide cost information. Major topics are cost terms and behavior, cost estimation, job-order costing and process costing, spoilage, joint-cost, absorption costing and variable costing, cost allocation, and activity-based costing.
  • BUS2023 Advanced Accounting 3
    This course is designed for students who have completed Intermediate Financial Accounting. It covers a series of advanced financial accounting topics such as; accounting changes and errors, leases, price-level changes, investment, mergers and acquisitions, foreign currency translation, etc.
  • BUS2027 Introduction to Taxation 3
    This course deals with the basic taxation structures. Main topics are National Basic Taxation Law, National Tax Collection Law, Value-added Tax Law, and Corporate Tax Law.
  • BUS2028 Organizational Behavior 3
    Organizational Behavior is a field of study that investigates what people do in an organization and how that behavior affects the performance of organization. The topics include motivation, leadership, communication, decision making, organizational culture and organizational development.
  • BUS2029 Intermediate Accounting 1 3
    This course discusses in depth traditional financial accounting topics as well as recent development in accounting valuation and reporting issues promulgated by professional accounting organizations and faced by industries. This discussion is supported by real examples taken from practice and authoritative pronouncements.
  • BUS2030 Intermediate Accounting 2 3
    Relatively complicated topics in the financial accounting area are discussed. Such topics as convertible securities and EPS, Leases, income taxes, accounting changes and errors are included. This course focuses on cultivating judgmental abilities of accounting professions by providing an opportunity to discuss alternative views on controversial areas. This course is a must-take course for those students willing to be accounting professions like CPA.
  • BUS2036 International Business Negotiation & Contract 3
    Understanding negotiations required for international sales, trading, and international business and study the step-by-step strategy tactics leads to succeed complicated negotiation. Commercial and legal study of international sales contract(including goods, service, intellectual property and technology), and contract of carriage, contract of marine insurance and contract of payment for the performance of sales contract, and discussion of remedies in case of the breach of contracts by way of arbitration.
  • BUS3001 International Logistics 3
    Deals with basic principles of international transport logistics that is inevitable in international trade and business. Topics include logistics management, international transport, international logistics center, international logistics strategy and case studies, the role of international transportation systems, commercial, legal and economic aspects of various mode of transport are reviewed. Intra-firm and inter-firm coordination including supply chain management are also discussed.
  • BUS3008 Strategic Management 3
    Strategy formulation and implementation are core management functions. This course deals with theory, practice and techniques of strageic management.
  • BUS3009 Organization Theory 3
    Organization Theory focuses on the macro view of organization. The macro view is about how organizations adapt to the changing environments and how they survive and prosper under the specific environmental contingencies. The topics include the relationships between the organizations and their environments, organizational structure, organizational adaptation to the environments, organizational culture, organizational effectiveness, innovation and organizational change.
  • BUS3010 Labor Relations 3
    Labor Relations focuses on the issues concerning the history of labor movement, the major actors and contexts of labor relations, the roles and function of unions and the bargaining process. Throughout the course, students should be equipped with the multiple perspective on labor relations and learn the skills to manage the labor-related problems.
  • BUS3011 Internet and Management 3
    Since 1995 when the Internet began to be commercialized, all management activities became closely related with the Internet. Especially, main components of modern management such as people, department, and resources can be easily interconnected through the Internet. Considering this advantage of the Internet, this course is aimed at providing a case analysis approach to investigating the impact of the Internet on the Information Technology (IT) perspective, to analyze the multi-faceted aspects of the Internet, and apply them to solving several bottleneck problems facing decision makers in a firm.
  • BUS3013 Business Decision-Making Theory 3
    Examination of various supporting methods for business decision making topics include important statistical methods, computer based information processing system, and techniques for building effective models to support planning functions.
  • BUS3014 Internet Business Model 3
    One crucial factor for a successful Internet business is a business model which is revenue-generating. A firm can survive in a competitive market only if it has a strong and competitive business model which means that such business models are accepted in the market. This course is aimed at analyzing the business model suitable for Internet firms or businesses from the three perspectives-economic approach, information technology approach, and web engineering approach. With investigating several real-world business models prevailing in the Internet, this course urges the students to design a new business model, and implement in an experimentally designed environment.
  • BUS3015 Business Data Mining 3
    The use of data for effective decision-making is becoming more important than ever. This course introduces various decision making techniques and their underlying theorecical backgrounds. Specifically, this course deals with such data mining techniques as clustering, classification, nerual networks, and association rules. Students will learn how to apply these techniques to real world data using Clementine or EC Miner. The context of the applications will include customer credit evaluation, churn analysis, CRM, website personalization, and others.
  • BUS3019 Tax Accounting 3
    This course deals with tax accounting problems, which arise from the difference between tax laws and accounting standards. Main topics are the computation of corporate tax, income tax, estate tax, and gift tax.
  • BUS3020 Auditing 3
    The objective of this course is to integrate auditing concepts as well as certain practical aspects in a logical manner to assist students in understanding audit decision-making and evidence accumulation. The fundamental concepts of auditing as well as the decision-making process of auditors is emphasized.
  • BUS3021 Business Internship Ⅰ 2
    Students taking this course will participate in a two-week internship provided by a pre-approved company. By doing so, they can gain hands-on experience in business practices, thereby enhancing their capabilities of applying business theories and knowledge learned in classrooms.
  • BUS3022 Business Internship Ⅱ 3
    Students taking this course will participate in a three of four-week internship provided by a pre-approved company. By doing so, they can gain hands-on experience in business practices, thereby enhancing their capabilities of applying business theories and knowledge learned in classrooms.
  • BUS3023 Business Internship Ⅲ 4
    Students taking this course will participate in a five or eight-week internship provided by a pre-approved company. By doing so, they can gain hands-on experience in business practices, thereby enhancing their capabilities of applying business theories and knowledge learned in classrooms.
  • BUS3024 Business Internship Ⅳ 5
    Students taking this course will participate in a nine or fifteen-week internship provided by a pre-approved company. By doing so, they can gain hands-on experience in business practices, thereby enhancing their capabilities of applying business theories and knowledge learned in classrooms.
  • BUS3027 Global Risk Management and Insurance 3
    This course identifies a variety of risks associated with globalization process and global corporations and enables students to measure, control, and transfer them in both traditional and modern ways.
  • BUS3028 Derivatives 3
    Given the newly developed financial securities and the rapid growth of financial markets, this course enhances a better understanding of options, futures, SWAP, and forward contract. The course also discusses various applications of derivative securities.
  • BUS3029 Corporate Financial Strategy 3
    The course objectives are to develop the financial and analytical skills, logical thought processes, and information literacy necessary to make and implement strategic corporate financial decisions in a global environment. In prior courses, you have developed an understanding of financial planning, risk and return, capital budgeting, capital structure, time value of money, and financial statement analysis. Based on this knowledge, this course goes into depth about financial problems that corporate managers experience in a competitive business environment. At the end of the semester, students should be able to analyze financial problems and come up with reasonable answers to those problems.
  • BUS3030 Portfolio Management 3
    This is an advanced course in investments. Based on their understanding of fundamental theories of investments from the investments course, students learn various topics related to portfolio management. Topics to be covered include types of securities and their risks, security market structure, securities trading, macro-economy and industry analyses, technical analysis, fundamental analysis, asset allocation, portfolio formation, portfolio performance and risk management, long/short investments, hedge funds, and alternative investments. Besides, topics related to bond portfolio management including MBS, ABS, interest rate derivatives, yield curve, term structure, and immunization strategy are introduced.
  • BUS3031 Marketing Communication 3
    This course covers important issues in the design and implementation of effective marketing communication programs, such as advertising and promotions.
    Specifically, the goals of this course are:
    1) to enhance your understanding of the important issues involved in integrated marketing communication;
    2) to expose you to relevant theories and models that can be useful for your understanding marketing communication; and
    3) to provide you with a strategic perspective on managing effective marketing communication.
  • BUS3032 Marketing Channels 3
    This course will examine the theories and practices used to plan, organize, and control global supply chains. The approach will go beyond viewing exchange relationships from a strictly physical sense (movement of goods and services) to focus on the interaction between trading partners with different cultures and how firms are using channel strategies to gain a competitive advantage globally.
    Specifically, this course will explore the role that channel members play as intermediaries between the production and consumption sectors of the economy. This course will explore how channels of distribution have evolved and identify challenges that channel members will face in the globalized 21st century. Subsequently, this course will examine how channel members develop global strategies to attract consumers and also how consumers develop strategies to acquire goods and services from channel members.
    The course will use a mix of lecture, case analysis, team presentation, video, and class discussion to explore course material. Students should complete reading assignments prior to class. An understanding of these assignments is necessary to actively participate in class discussions.
  • BUS3033 China Marketing 3
    The aim of this course is to understand the Chinese market, the main concern of recent issues of today's global marketing manager. Based on 5C analysis considering growth of China in global market, understanding Chinese market, Chinese market changes, Chinese companies, Chinese competitors can provide the guidance to establish an effective marketing strategy. In particular, the study focuses on examples of companies in South Korea entering into the Chinese market in the marketing strategy.
    Focusing on Chinese industrial environments and China’s domestic market, Chinese market case studies - Samsung, LG, Doosan, Hyundai, Orion, Nongshim, Amore Pacific, Hankook Tire, Lock & Lock, E-mart, and E-land - will draw key success factors (KSF) to entering the Chinese market. As well as case studies covering Chinese local companies, students will learn to analyze and establish strategic alternatives with respect to an effective marketing strategy.
  • BUS3034 Services Marketing 3
    This course offers an introduction to customer management and services marketing involving values for customers and values from the customer.
    The main objectives of the course are to:
    1) introduce you to the key concepts in services marketing and customer relationship management;
    2) develop an understanding of the various factors affecting the customer-firm relationship;
    3) explain the theoretical underpinnings of the link among customer satisfaction, customer loyalty, and customer profitability;
    4) provide the basis for formulating strategies for service quality management and customer relationship management; and
    5) provide a framework for analyzing operational decisions made by firms for value creation for customers, as well as for firms.
  • BUS3035 Introduction to Management Science 3
    Basic quantitative methods for managerial problem solving are discussed. Class teaching are centered around simple, straighforward examples that demonstrate in detail the fundamentals of techniques. Topics to be covered include linear programming, transportation, network models, game theory, waiting line problem, dynamic programming. Whenever possible, real-life applications for the literature are used in order to explain particular concepts and techniques.
  • BUS3036 Risk Management in International Trade 3
    This course aims to make students identify risk in doing foreign trade or foreign direct investment and manage those risks in reasonable ways, helping them understand the meaning of globalization and risk management in a proactive manner. For the sake of this, they are to learn a general process of international trade and foreign direct investment, their step-by-step risk involved in theory and actual cases in reality. Furthermore, students learn how to manage those risks from ex-ante or ex-post perspectives.
    Generally speaking, the process of export or import includes market survey, contract, procurement, shipping, payment, delivery and consumption, which brings credit risk, political risk, performance risk, shipping risk; payment risk, insurance risk, product liability risk, arbitration risk and so forth. On the other hand, foreign direct investment is composed of strategic risk, operation risk, financial risk and insurance risk which can be divided into further details. There are some ethical stands that govern international companies’ behavior such as UN global compact and OECD multinational company guideline. This course encompasses cases of fraud, disputes, insurance, legal cases in domestic or international arena. The course adopts such learning methods as lectures, discussions or presentations for three hour meetings per week. All the course material are uploaded or downloaded on the icampus.
  • BUS3037 Marketing Intelligence 3
    This course broadly covers new trends of bio-digital data as an innovative data source for developing original marketing intelligence systems. The course will broadly cover digital media, artificial intelligence, and the convergence of neuroscience and marketing with a goal of creating powerful algorithm which provide marketing intelligence based on analyzing users' bio-data and their digital traces.
  • BUS3038 Business Communication 3
    This course explores the theory and practice of written and oral communication in business. Students learn strategies for effectively communicating in a variety of business contexts from e-mail to formal written and oral reports.