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Course & Curriculum
Classification Course Code Course Title Credit Language of Instruction Course Availability
General Graduate DBA5052 Special Topics in Non-profit Accounting 3 - No
Accounting issues of not-for-profit organizations such as government organizations, other public organizations, social charity organizations, education organizations, and general hospitals are studies. Financial reporting by financial statements which are different from thoes for-profit firms and managerial accounting issues of budgeting and control are two main themes.
General Graduate DBA5053 Special Topics on International Accounting 3 - No
In the world of increasing international trades among countries, initiated by rapidly-growing multinational corporations, many issues on traditional areas in financial and managerial accounting become more important on the international scale. This course broadly covers accounting issues on harmonization of international financial accounting standards and on preparation of consolidated financial statements, and investigates issues arising from determination of international transfer pricing and related international taxation.
General Graduate DBA5054 Topics in Accounting Studies 3 - No
Several comtemporary topics that are not covered in order accounting courses are studied. Accounting is not only an academic field of social science but also a field of practice. So, the contemporary issues are important both theoretically. Recent accounting issues are, combined financial statements and consolidated financial statment, International Accounting Standards and Korean accounting standards, earnings manipulation of financially distressed companies, the accounting regulation among commercial law, tax law, and accounting standards and so on.
General Graduate DBA5055 Seminar in Income Determination and Asset Valuation 3 - No
This course aims to develop your to understand the conventional accounting theory and the conceptual framework of financial accounting. Specifically, the coctent of the course includes political process of accounting principle setting, income determination and asset valuation, accounting information and firm value, and accounting for price changes. All doctoral students should enroll in this course because this is the basics for other doctoral accounting studies. The class will be conducted in a seminal format, and you are expected to participate actively in all discussions.
General Graduate DBA5056 Seminar in the Capital Market based Accounting 3 - No
We will study the usefulness of accounting information and the effectiveness of accounting policy in capital market. These topics are the main research areas in financial accounting. The specific topics covered in this course are - time series properties of accounting information, the relationship between accounting information and stock price, fundamental analysis, earnings management, and accounting policy regulation.
General Graduate DBA5057 Seminar in Behavioral Accounting 3 - No
This course introduce the theories which are developed in cognitive psychology and organizational behavior, and applied to accounting research. The main topics are Prospect theory, Opportunity losses, Hindsight bias, Feedback effect, Cognitive algebra.
General Graduate DBA5058 Seminar in the Information Economics based Accounting 3 - No
Theoretical analysis based on information economics are studied. Information asymmetry problems and strategic behaviors of parties involved in accounting issues are analyzed in the conceptual framework of moral hazard, adverse selection, screening, and signalling.
General Graduate DBA5060 Independent Study in Accounting 3 - No
A course to provide individual guide for accounting research topics.
General Graduate DBA5061 Seminar in Service Operations Management 3 - No
The major focus of the course is oriented to the role of technology in the service sector and is organized in five parts: 1) managing services for competitive advantage, 2) structuring the service enterprise, 3) managing service operations, 4) service productivity, quality and growth, and 5) concerns quantitative models with service operations. The goal of the course is to provide students with the skills and understanding necessary for making decisions using quantitative data. Students use computer spreadsheet software extensively. A key requirement of the course is an ability to communicate the results of analyses in a clear manner.
General Graduate DBA5063 Seminar in Staffing 3 - No
Seminar in Staffing basically focuses the manpower flow within organizations. First of all, organizations need to identify what kind of manpower structure is necessary to perform their businesses. After establishing manpower planning, organizations need to plan how to recruit and select the applicants (recruitment and selection), who will be promoted or transferred (internal staffing), and who will leave the organization (turnover, retirement, layoffs, and so on).
General Graduate DBA5069 Special Seminar in Strategic Management 3 - No
This course deal with special topics in strategic management such as Globalization, information technology advancement, global warming, corporate social responsibility(CSR), business ethics, business sustainability, etc.. It requires that the students integrate the concepts, knowledge, and skills acquired in previous functional courses and creatively apply them to the understanding and analysis of strategic management issues.
General Graduate DBA5073 Seminar in motivation and individual behavior 3 - No
The individual is the starting point of organizational behavior(OB) and performance. This course focuses on individual behavior and processes. We cover OB topics such as values, personality, emotions, perception, attribution, learning, stress, motivation, and job satisfaction. Especially, motivation is one of the most essential topics in OB area. Therefore, we deal with diverse motivation theories in depth.
General Graduate DBA5076 International Human resource Management 3 - No
The globalization of business is having a significant impact on human resource management. It is more imperative than ever for organizations to engage in human resource management on an international scale. International Human Resource Management touches upon human resource practices concerning (1) the numbers and proportions of host-country nationals, third-country nationals, and expatriates in staffing plants and offices all over the world; (2) where and how to recruit these individuals and how to compensate them for their performance; and (3) whether human resource practices will be uniform across all locations or will be tailored to each location. The primary focus of the course is on the choice of international human resource management practices that confront multinational enterprises and some factors to consider in making these choices. International Human Resource Management expands our understanding of people’s behavior at work to include the diversity and complexity of today’s global environment. . International Human Resource Management challenges us to go beyond our parochialism and to see the world from a global perspective.
General Graduate DBA5077 Frontier Market and Management 3 - No
This course studies the management issues of the fast-growing frontier regional markets after BRICs (Brazil, Russia, India and China). The management issues in Southeast Asia (Vietnam, Indonesia, Philippines, etc.), Central Asia, the Middle East, and Eastern Europe, are discussed taking account of differences in the management environments and cultures .
General Graduate DBA5084 Research Methodology in Management 3 - No
This is a seminar course introducing various basic research methodology used in management research. Topics include research design, regression analysis, structural equation analysis, and so on.
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