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Course & Curriculum
Classification Course Code Course Title Credit Language of Instruction Course Availability
General Graduate DBA5033 Decision Support Systems 3 Korean Yes
This lesson introduce overall methodologies for rational decision making and its system development methods. It also deals the existing tools for decision making support. The major issues are Decision Tree Modeling, Subjective Probability, Utility Functions, Value Analysis of Information, Multiple Component Decision Making, Group Decision Support Systems, etc.
General Graduate DBA5048 Special Topics on Financial Accounting 3 Korean Yes
This course aims to develop your ability to understand and conduct empirical accounting research on the following issues:(1) financial statement analysis(2) capital market and accounting information(3) income determination and asset valuation(4) recent research topicsStudents in the early stage of doctoral program and in the late stage of master program are recommended to be enrolled in the course.
General Graduate DBA5050 Special Topics on Auditing 3 Korean Yes
The primary objective of this is to review traditional issues as well as contemporary topics in auditing theory and practices. Ph. D students are requested to present the assigned articles in the class and to submit a research proposal as a term paper. The assigned topics will include the demand in auditing, auditor independence and auditor change, audit service quality and pricing, audit implication in the capital market, the audit process, auditor judgement and decision processes.
General Graduate DBA5059 Seminar in the Empirical Accounting Research 3 Korean Yes
General methodology of empirically investigating the usefulness of accounting information is studied. Issues of empirical research design, general problems facing empirical researchers, and research topic selection are dealt.
General Graduate DBA5064 Seminar in Appraisal and Compensation 3 Korean Yes
Seminar in Appraisal and Cmpensation focuses on performance management. Performance management directs and motivates employees to maximize the effort they exert on behalf of the organization. Two components of performance management are: (a) performance appraisal and feedback process, and (b) performance incentives. A well-designed performance appraisal and feedback process directs employee attention toward the most important tasks and behaviors. A performance incentive system motivates employees to perform at the level of their maximum potentials.
General Graduate DBA5068 Marketing Model 3 Korean Yes
A key objective of marketing researchers is to understand, explain, and predict consumers' choices and market performance of a product. The seminar covers Conjoint model (which is used to create a successful product concept using consumer survey), Consumer Choice model (which predicts consumers' purchases among alternatives), Market Structure model (which analyzes the structure and dynamics of sub-markets over time), Diffusion Model (which models the pattern and timing of the diffusion of a new product after its launch), Marketing ROI model (which analyzes the effectiveness of marketing spending on the long-term performance of a company), and SNS analysis model (which analyzes the social network structure and the role of members in the social network). The objective of this seminar is to enable the students to build formal quantitative models for effective marketing decision making. Participants are expected to read and understand the assigned articles, critique these articles, and provide directions for future research.
General Graduate DBA5074 Seminar in leadership and organizational behavior 3 Korean Yes
Leadership is one of the most important Organizational Behavior(OB) topics. We focus on leadership to help students develop an understanding of organizational behavior and performance. This doctoral course deals with recent leadership theories and issues. It also covers OB topics such as power, decision-making, organizational culture, organizational change and development.
General Graduate DBA5080 Statistics for Business 3 Korean Yes
Formulas are not the everyday language of most students. Statistics should be presented in a way that managers learn best. This class presumes no background in Calculus and minimizes the use of mathematical languages. Instead we use extended examples through the class. This class covers probability distribution, sampling distribution, confidence interval, hypothesis testing. We also cover the analysis of variance and regression, using EXCEL, SPSS or SAS.
General Graduate DBA5087 Coporate Finance Seminar 3 Korean Yes
We study first a foundations of micro-economic and information topics, to be followed by an analysis of corporate finance decisions in the presence of uncertainty and information asymmetry. Emphasis throughout will be on the study of seminal journal articles, aiming to bring the student up to the level necessary to do research in this area.
General Graduate DBA5088 Bigdata Marketing Seminar 3 Korean Yes
The Bigdata Marketing Seminar is discussed in depth discussions on academic research papers in related fields. This seminar aims at incorporating the comtemporary issues related to innovation in a marketing aspect and applying the research findings creatively to the corporate management. We intend to focus on the impact of innovative uses of big data on corporate governance. The use of big data enables new innovations in the fields of value creation, innovative new product development, access to customer information exploration, customer relationship management, and evaluation of marketing performance. The seminar aims to achieve objectives by combining three classes of teaching methods. The first is to establish a theoretical framework for utilizing the most up-to-date text books with the most up-to-date text book. The second lesson is to enable greater insight into the use of Big Data by studying materials and materials related to each Chapter. The third is to develop skills that actually analyze big data through a Hands-on Lab on Big Data. In order to do so, we plan to provide 5 to 6 extra lectures on Big Data Lab analysis. Finally, the seminar aims to foster innovative marketing capabilities that are needed in the timing of the new digital revolution called the 4th Industrial Revolution, and will focus on the perception of innovation in the whole process of transforming the company's value.
General Graduate DBA5090 Cross Management and Current Issues in management 3 Korean Yes
This course is designed to explore new research topics in the academic field of management, including strategic management, organizational behavior, organization theory, and human resource management by exposing students to new research. Specifically, as the business environment is radically changing, it is required to study how to reinterpret the exiting theories and literature, and how to reapply them to such hyper-competitive environment. This enables students to develop new research topics and make their research stream more fruitful.
General Graduate DBA4003 Management Information Systems 3 - No
This course is centered on providing how to improve quality of decision based on managerial information. Therefore, this course deals with decision theory, decision support, and knowledge management, all of which are supposed to be based on computer based information systems. Information has always been at the heart of decision for decades. Recent issues related to information is which perspectives we should take towards information, and how we utilize it to maximize our quality of decision. In this sense, we discuss various types of topics such as systems theory, database, knowledge management, decision support, artificial intelligence-driven decision-making, Internet business, and online decision makings, etc.
General Graduate DBA4005 Neuro-Information Systems 3 - No
Neuro-IS is emerging as a newest topic in the fields of IS and decision makings. From the past, human brain had been regarded as a mysterious source of creativity and high quality decision making. But the problem with the brain was that it is extremely difficult to understand its functioning when faced with sophisticated tasks to resolve problems. Latest brain science allows us to leap forward into the extent of analyzing the brain mechanism and understanding how the brain can lead to high quality decision makings. Especially, fMRI technology enables us to investigate all the details with which human brain works to resolve given tasks. In this sense, Neuro-IS is concerned with understanding human brain architecture, its decision-making processes, and its roles in resolving various types of business problems.
General Graduate DBA4006 Service & Supply Chain Innovation 3 - No
1) Service innovation uses services as a context to understand how knowledge is generated from data; how that knowledge is used to create things of value, and how the processes of converting knowledge to things of value can be improved, administered, and optimized. 2) This subject deals with industry/value chain transformation, evolution of virtual B2B marketplaces, and supply chain innovations. This course pays particular attention to how IT including the Internet play a central role in these fundamental changes and innovations.
General Graduate DBA4008 Marketing Research 3 - No
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.
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