AHS 101 Law and Social Life [법과 사회생활]
This course explores a range of legal disciplines which purport to explain how we are governed globally and which propose projects for improving global governance through law. We will focus on the field of international law and organization, examining the history of ideas, legal doctrines, institutional and administrative structures developed over the last century to organize and legalize international economic and political life.
AHS111 Arts and Creativity [예술과 창의성]
This course introduces students to the use of arts and design to develop fresh approaches to creating new content in the arts, humanities, and technologies. Students explore diverse themes and topics in the contemporary arts, digital humanities, and product prototyping to create novel media objects or compositions through teamwork. Readings include a selection of classic and contemporary critical cultural texts from the arts and design.
AHS121 Music and Creativity, Piano [음악과 창의성, 피아노]
This course encourages students to develop creativity and excellence in the study of music through piano performance. The first few classes will be devoted to the history of Western classical music, and the rest will focus on the performance of piano music. Students will have an opportunity of performing both solo piano literature and ensemble piano music with proper musical technique. Students will also be able to develop good communicative skills through the process of making music together to arrive at interpretive and creative conclusions for an end-of-semester concert performance.
AHS122 Music and Creativity, Strings [음악과 창의성, 현악]
This course encourages students to develop creativity and excellence in the study of music through string performance. During the first three weeks of class, history of Western music will be introduced. The rest of the semester will focus on exploring string instruments of choice. Students will have an opportunity of performing string quartet literature with proper instrumental technique and creative musicianship. Students will also be able to develop good communicative skills through chamber music performance, and learn the value of teamwork. The concert that is held at the end of the semester, will give students the opportunity to perform in front of a large audience, allowing them to take a glimpse of the life of string quartet performers.
AHS131 Literature and Creativity [문학과 창의성]
To understand literary genres, which are the formal structure of literature, this course aims to develop critical thinking and basic skills of analysis. For this aim, it surveys poetry, fiction, drama, and the literary essay (including a travelogue, a diary, and reportage). While comprehending individual works on the basis of their stylistic traits, students are expected to learn literary terms and build their own aesthetic judgment through group discussions and guided discussions with the instructor. This course is particularly designed for freshmen who have been rarely exposed to various forms in literature.
AHS141 Media and Culture [미디어와 문화]
This course aims to introduce you to a topic ranging from human interaction, TV, film, and sound to communicative consequences of globalization, and to provide you with a way of thinking about fundamental concepts that you will find in other areas of communication studies and further apply in an interdisciplinary field. Fundamental concepts discussed in the course will facilitate a new way of thinking and learning knowledge and skills that constitute moral and ethical views on our lives.
AHS151 History of Korean Civilization [한국문명사]
This course traces the emergence of a distinctive civilization on the Korean peninsula in Northeast Asia from prehistory to the modern day. It looks at the emergence of both Korean culture and a Korean state and then turns to how Korea managed to maintain its cultural and political autonomy over the centuries. It examines social and cultural changes, the status of women, the rise of ideologies such as nationalism, communism, and democracy, and the transformation of the religious landscape of Korea.
AHS152 Evolution of Civilization [문명의 발전]
This course is designed to chronologically explore the major events, issues, and debates that have shaped the world from the birth of civilization to the present. While focusing on the West, the course also pays attention to how the West interacted with the rest of the world. Students will be guided to consider how politics and economy shaped society and culture.
AHS161 What is I? [나의 정체성]
In this course we shall examine various philosophical views at the preliminary level. The aim of the course is to provide the students with a general introduction to seminal questions in philosophy, to lead them to engage in deep thinking and reflections on important matters in life, and to enable them to make their own arguments on a given issue in a critical and reasonable fashion.
AHS171 Science of Human Behavior [인간행동의 과학]
This course explores the introductory in psychology, such as perception, learning, memory, sleep and mental illness. There will be an overview of history of psychology, cognitive psychology, evolutionary psychology, social psychology, developmental psychology, educational psychology, clinical psychology, counseling psychology, and so forth.
AHS181 Discovering Anthropology [인류학의 발견]
The course introduces a cultural perspective on human behavior based on anthropology, the comparative study of cultures. The concepts and terms for social scientific study of culture are introduced through the presentation of case studies from diverse cultures, through the viewing of ethnographic films and other materials. Topics covered include social structure, social institutions, family and kinship, economic organization, politics and ritual behavior. In addition to ethnography, archaeology and linguistics are included for their contributions to anthropology.
AHS 186 Understanding Political Science [정치학의 이해]
This course introduces the key concepts, theories, methods and issues of political science, divided into three subfields of political theory, comparative politics, and international relations. While political theory provides students with a solid understanding of the concepts underpinning the discipline, comparative politics introduces the analysis of political institutions, processes, and outcomes at the national level. Finally, international relations will introduce students to the increasing importance of supranational institutions and actors. Major case studies from Korea, the USA, Europe and other regions may be presented.
AHS 201 Law and Technology [법과 과학기술]
An introduction to and exploration ofthe intersection of science and the law, focusing on the intellectual property system and the various means by which the conduct and products of scientific research are regulated. The course will analyze and compare American, international, and theoretical alternative systems. The course will also explore particular scientific areas in depth (Possible examples could include the human genome project; the Internet and cyberspace; cloning; the law of the sea; international cooperation on Antarctica; and outer-space exploration).
AHS211 Design Thinking [디자인 씽킹]
Using the design process and DBL(Design-Based Learning) we solve the problem in visual ways under the double diamond methodology which is spreaded from D. SCHOOL at Stanford University to use Design Thinking to work on multiple real world challenges in a diverse team. Tenets of design thinking including being human-centered, prototype-driven, and mindful of process. Topics include design processes, innovation methodologies, human factors, visualization, rapid prototyping, team dynamics, storytelling, and project leadership. It is more for collaborative and multidisciplinary project activity that make students familiar with basic perceptual concepts as well as two-dimensional and three-dimensional visual concepts. It moves into a more sophisticated problem-solving environment in which structure, organization, composition, proportion, scale will be emphasized.
AHS221 Advanced Piano [피아노 연주]
This course is reserved for students who already have fundamental knowledge and experience of piano playing. Students will further develop and refine their piano technique through performing advanced piano repertoire and technical exercises. Since the course deals with difficult piano pieces in different styles, extensive practice outside of class will be required.
AHS222 Chamber Music [실내악]
This course is reserved for students who already have fundamental knowledge and experience of string playing, or for students who have taken AHS 122. Students will further develop their instrumental skills through exploring advanced string chamber music repertoire.
AHS231 A Poetics of the Novel [소설의 시학]
This course aims to examine the genre of novel by looking into various aspects such as plot, point of view, characters, figurative language, motif, etc. A critical attention will also be paid to the context surrounding the work of a novel. Given the popularity and dominance of novel in contemporary literature, a close reading of a novel or two in this course will help students comprehend the genre and narrative in general. A group discussion based on in-depth analysis of the literary work will be the core of classroom activities and students will be expected to develop independent and critical thinking.
AHS241 Effective Communication: Public Speaking and writing [효과적 커뮤니케이션]
In this course, we’ll learn about rhetoric as fundamental concepts and skills for communication. This will involve considering how communication is produced, in what way its meanings are shared in particular contexts, and how engaging in certain texts and meanings shapes various effective communicative forms of public life.
AHS251 History of Modern Korea [한국 근현대사]
This course covers the contemporary Korean history after the Korean War(1950-1953). With the emphasis on the aftermath of the Cold War, the development of the democratization movement, the progression of nationalism, the success of industrialization, and the transnational movement of Korean pop culture (Hallyu 韓流), the class will examine such crucial topics of our days as nationalism, civil society, social/technology, gender, regionalism, historiography, religion, and popular culture.
AHS252 History of Contemporary World [현대 세계사]
This course is designed to thematically explore how modern world has been shaped. Taking global perspective, it traces the flow of people, idea, culture, money, and technology in the 20th century. The goal of this course is to help you better understand our current world.
AHS253 History of Science and Technology [과학기술사]
Science and technology have produced both benefits and risks since the beginning of human civilization. This course encourages students to critically examine how historical, cultural and political contexts have influenced the developmental pathways of science/technology and vice versa. Students will analyze how public perception of science/technology has been constructed within specific social, political and local circumstances. Our ultimate goal is challenging: we aim to devise a new system where the public can trust science/technology and science/technology can meet with the public’s practical concerns in current society.
AHS254 Understanding Korea [한국의 이해]
Korea is often known as “the hermit kingdom” or “the land of morning calm” to Westerners. Contrary to the static and even passive images in such expressions, Korea has gone through swift changes internally and externally. As an introduction of Korea particularly designed for UNIST’s international students, this course aims to examine various issues regarding what makes the current shape of Korea by dealing with specific topics in society, culture, history, literature, and others. In order to keep an academic depth while covering the topics comprehensively, instructors in the Division of General Studies will take turns to teach individually or collaboratively. Course materials are English translations and class discussion will also be conducted in English.
AHS261 Contemporary Philosophy [현대 철학]
This course deals with the central issues of contemporary philosophy. We will discuss in depth at least one of the main branches in philosophy such as metaphysics, logic, ethics, philosophy of science, and philosophy of mind. Since the issues covered in contemporary philosophy are diverse, the specific contents of the course may vary. There are no prerequisites for this course.
AHS 271 Cognitive Science [인지 과학]
Cognitive science is the interdisciplinary scientific study of the mind and its processes. It examines what cognition is, what it does and how it works. It includes research on intelligence and behaviour,especially focusing on how information is represented, processed, and transformed (in faculties such as perception, language, memory, attention, reasoning, and emotion) within nervous systems (humans or other animals) and machines (e.g. computers). Cognitive science consists of multiple research disciplines, including psychology, artificial intelligence, philosophy, neuroscience, linguistics, and anthropology.
AHS281 Society and Culture [사회와 문화]
This course aims to provide students with a solid understanding of society and culture by examining various social and economic institutions, processes, and issues. The course will specifically focus on topics and issues that figure prominently in social trends and patterns of change; the issues may include gender roles, family, education, identity, environmental issues and globalization. Each of these issues will be examined through anthropological, sociological, comparative or/and historical perspectives.
AHS 286 Science and Technology Policy [과학 기술 정책]
Science and technology policy is very important since if fulfills the two functions of boosting research and development (R&D) and linking it with the industrial sector. In this class, students are expected to understand the government’s role in framing and carrying out the policy, and they should know the characteristics of Korea’s national innovation system. Students will be able to understand current situation of Korea by understanding the changes that were made during the last half of 20th century. Students will also discuss the future pathways for furthering science and technology policy development in Korea.
AHS291 Globalization and Economy [세계화와 글로벌경제]
This course focuses on what constitute the key economic issues that feature in the debate over economic globalization and what challenges each issue faces. We will start discussing the key economic issues from the 5th week to the final (15th) week. Especially, you will team up with other classmates and each team will prepare for in-class presentation and present for the 12th to the final (15th) weeks on one of the key economic issues covered in class. In addition, this course, to make students better grasp the key economic issues and their challenges that stem from the process of economic globalization, will provide students with lectures on the introductory and core principles of economics (microeconomics) which will be covered in class over the 1st to the 4th (or 5th ) weeks
– Free Electives
ENG201 Instruction to English Styles
This course is an introduction to various English styles. Through reading and listening to varieties of English(informal and formal English; newspaper; correspondence; stories etc.), students will understand appropriate uses of English styles to different time and place.
ENG202 English Language and Culture
This course introduces the crucial relationship between English language and culture. Students are expected to learn how to manage different communicative tasks appropriately to the cultural and contextual constraints. Through reading and listening to various texts/episodes of English, students will practice how to handle communicative problems in terms of culture.
ENG203 English for Business
This course will help the students understand practical English in a business situation. Students will learn and practice how to function in business-related contexts in English appropriately and effectively.
ENG204 English for Science and Technology
The course is designed to engage students in English for science and technology. To this end, the course offers situation-based listening and speaking activities, content-based reading exercises, and scientific research writing practices. At the end of this course, students will be able to achieve necessary English proficiency as scientists.
ENG205 Critical Academic Literacy
The course is designed to develop students’ academic reading and writing processes. Toward this end, the course covers the nature of academic writing, critical thinking and argumentation, while students engage in academic content area reading followed by in-depth discussion. At the end of this course, students will be able to critically evaluate and read academic contents, and re-synthesize the contents.
ENG206 English Language, Information, and Data
“English Language, Information, and Data” introduces and discusses the theory of language underlying the large-scale collection of texts designed for research purposes, To this end, the course focuses on the principles of the theory and practice of the corpus linguistic approach to language with computerized text analysis programs. Specifically, the statistical quantitative analysis of language and the quantitative analysis of semantic prosody are discussed to account for understanding human cognition, interaction, behaviour and discourses. The course also discusses the application of analysis results in the diverse areas of scientific disciplines.
ENG207 Global English in Engineering Community
Global English in Engineering Community is designed to help engineering students develop strategies to achieve interactional goals, either in speaking or writing, when English is used with speakers with other cultures. The course emphasizes acquisition of some of the interaction strategies that will promote proper relations in the globalized world, e.g., ways to communicate engineering topics, establish rapport, and further minimize cultural differences. Further, the course accommodates to textual competence of English used as an international language in an engineering community.
ENG401 Writing in Academic Disciplines
The course is designed to help entry level graduate students expand their knowledge of scientific English in the relevant fields and develop the essential communication skills needed in the specific contexts. The major aim of the course, therefore, is to build up students’ confidence in using English in a variety of academic settings of scientific community. To this end, the course consists of student presentations, workshops, lectures and discussions involving various types of scientific writing.
ENG402 Technical Writing in English
This course is designed to help graduate students in engineering and science with their course-specific writing tasks. You will find the course most productive if you are already engaged in a research project; you can then use your own data in the course assignments. As the author of your own paper, you will be responsible for leading group discussions and for explaining assigned readings.
AHS301 Understanding Copyrights and Patents [지적 재산권]
This course introduces the intellectual property rights protected by copyright law with particular attention to issues of Cyberlaw (e.g., software and digital copying), Entertainment Law (e.g., music industry), and Communications Law (e.g., cable-related issues). International aspects will be considered as well. In addition, the course introduces the history and structure of the patent system, focusing on what patents are and how they function. Students will also learn the requirements for obtaining a patent. Patent enforcement is explained in relation to the issues of infringement, defenses to infringement, and remedies.
AHS310 Topics in Arts [예술 특강]
This course focuses on a special topic in the field of Arts. The particular contents of this course will be chosen by the instructor each semester when it is offered.
AHS320 Topics in Music [음악 특강]
This course focuses on a special topic in the field of music. The particular contents of this course will be chosen by the instructor each semester when it is offered.
AHS330 Topics in Literature [문학 특강]
This course focuses on a special topic in the field of literature. The particular contents of this course will be chosen by the instructor each semester when it is offered.
AHS340 Topics in Communicate Studies [커뮤니케이션 특강]
This course focuses on a special topic in the field of communication. The particular contents of this course will be chosen by the instructor each semester when it is offered.
AHS350 Topics in History [역사 특강]
This course focuses on a special topic in the field of history. The particular contents of this course will be chosen by the instructor each semester when it is offered.
AHS360 Topics in Philosophy [철학 특강]
This course focuses on a special topic in the field of philosophy. The particular contents of this course will be chosen by the instructor each semester when it is offered.
AHS370 Topics in Psychology [심리학 특강]
This course focuses on a special topic in the field of psychology. The particular contents of this course will be chosen by the instructor each semester when it is offered.
AHS380 Topics in Anthropology [인류학 특강]
This course focuses on a special topic in the field of anthropology. The particular contents of this course will be chosen by the instructor each semester when it is offered.
AHS391 Climate Change Humanity [기후변화인문학]
This course is designed for students who are interested and major in engineering, natural science, and other majors, with displines of climate change. Climate change, as reality or sometime ideology, has been influencing our world life and modality of research, and also our way of thinking. Thus, as engineer and scientist, there is need to think over the issue and more importantly reflect our structure of thinking (both logically and scientifically) and conscienceness, to have identity as UNIST engineer and scientist.
AHS397 Sports and Health [스포츠와 건강]
The course provides instruction in fitness activities for the development of physical and mental health.
AHS398 AHS Special Topics Ⅰ[AHS 특강 Ⅰ]
This course focuses on a special topic in any field of AHS.
AHS399 AHS Special Topics Ⅱ [AHS 특강 Ⅱ]
This course focuses on a special topic in any field of AHS.
– Math & Science
MTH111 Calculus I [미적분학 I]
Calculus I is the branch of mathematics dealing with change, rate of change, and motion and it applies in many areas, e.g. engineering, the physical sciences, and the biological sciences. We will investigate the concepts of differentiation and integration of real-valued functions of single variables and their applications. The topics include trigonometrics, logarithmics, hyperbolic functions and their inverse functions, limits, sequence, series and convergence as well as differentiation and integration.
MTH112 Calculus II [미적분학 II]
Beyond basic calculus we study differentiation and integration of vector-valued functions of multi-variables and their applications. The topics include vector functions, partial derivatives, multiple integrals and vector calculus.
MTH201 Differential Equations [미분방정식]
This course studies ordinary differential equations and their existence and uniqueness, and methods for their solution, including series methods and Laplace transforms, systems of differential equationsand their solvability, stability, and numerical methods.
MTH203 Applied Linear Algebra [응용선형대수]
This course studies solving systems of linear equations, matrix algebra, linear transformations, determinants, rank, vector spaces, eigenvalues and eigenvectors and diagonalization.
MTH211 Statistics [통계학]
This course introduces the concepts of probability and distribution, expectation, distributions of functions of random variables, statistical inference, estimation, and statistical tests.
PHY101 General Physics I [일반물리학 I]
Physics I is the first half of a one-year introductory university physics course intended for students who plan to major in the fields of science and engineering. It introduces the fundamental concepts and analytical descriptions of classical mechanics, wave mechanics, and thermodynamics. Topics covered include measurement basics of physical quantities, vectors, translational motions in one, two, and three dimensions, force, conservation laws of energy and momentum, rotational motion, gravitation, fluid mechanics, description of waves, kinetics of gases, and thermodynamic laws. Knowledge of calculus is routinely used but the emphasis is placed on understanding basic concepts. E-educational system will be actively used in conjunction with class lectures.
PHY102 General Physics I H [고급일반물리학 I]
Students, who take this course will learn in-depth physics and will experience a new world of physics. It covers the same contents as General Physics I.
PHY103 General Physics II [일반물리학 II]
Physics II is the second half of a one-year introductory university physics course intended for students who plan to major in the fields of science and engineering. It introduces the fundamental concepts and analytical descriptions of electricity, magnetism, optics, and also modern physics based on quantum physics. Topics covered include electric forces and fields, electric energy, capacitance and resistance, circuits, magnetic forces and fields, induction, electromagnetic waves, reflection and refraction of light, wave optics, atomic physics, electrical conduction of solids, and subatomic (nuclear, elementary particles) physics. Knowledge of calculus is routinely used but the emphasis is placed on understanding basic concepts. An E-education system will be actively used in conjunction with class lectures.
PHY104 General Physics II H [고급일반물리학 II]
Students, who take this course will learn in-depth physics and will experience a new world of physics. It covers the same contents as General Physics II.
PHY105 General Physics [일반물리학]
Physics is a one-semester introductory university physics course intended for students planning to major in technology management. This course focuses on providing students with the fundamental ideas of general physics area to help them understand modern technology from a technology management perspective. Hence the majority of course is devoted to discussing the basic principles and concepts of physics although knowledge of calculus is assumed. Topics covered will be selected from classical mechanics, thermodynamics, electricity and magnetism, optics, and modern physics. The E-educational system will be actively used in conjunction with class lectures.
PHY107 General Physics LabⅠ[일반물리학실험Ⅰ], PHY108 General Physics LabⅡ[일반물리학실험Ⅱ]
This laboratory has been designed to assist students in the General Physics I & II. Laboratory work constitutes an essential part of all physics courses. This lab does not only give an opportunity to the engineering students to establish a bridge between the theoretical concept that they learn in classroom and the real physics experiments, but also helps them to improve their application skills. Experiments in this lab have been specifically designed to cover the fundamental aspects of General Physics I & II. General Physics I lab covers nine mechanical experiments and General Physics II lab covers nine experiments of electricity and magnetism.
CHM101 General Chemistry I [일반화학 I]
This course presents the concepts and models of chemistry. Topics include atomic and molecular structure, nomenclature, chemical reaction and stoichiometry, atomic structure and periodicity, chemical bonding, physical and chemical equilibrium, and thermochemistry. This course is designed for students who plan to major in science and engineering.
CHM102 General Chemistry II [일반화학 II]
As the continuation of General Chemistry I, this course includes acid and base, chemical kinetics, electrochemistry, transition metal chemistry, nuclear chemistry, and organic chemistry. This course is designed for students who plan to major in science and engineering.
CHM103 General Chemistry [일반화학]
This course presents chemistry conceptually, focusing on the study of how atoms combine to form materials, on what materials are made of, and why they behave as they do. This course is designed for students who plan to major in the business administration.
CHM105 General Chemistry LabⅠ[일반화학실험Ⅰ]
This course is designed to demonstrate fundamental principles of general chemistry in a laboratory environment. This laboratory and its experiments help students understand the underlying concepts, experimentation and of laboratory instruments and techniques. It will be an effective way to make chemistry more fun.
CHM106 General Chemistry LabⅡ[일반화학실험Ⅱ]
This course is a continuation of CHM105 with emphasis upon solution properties, kinetics, equilibrium, acids and bases, and quantitative analysis.
BIO101 General Biology [일반 생물]
This is a one‐emester course dealing with the principles and concepts of biology needed for success in higher level science courses. Topics include the organization of living matter, cell structure, enzymes, metabolism, energy transformation, reproduction, genetics, and DNA technology. Each class will consist of two lectures per week.
MGT102 Entrepreneurship & Big Data [기업가정신과 빅데이터]
This course provide a broad-based introduction to entrepreneurship and big data analysis for all UNIST students. It consists of two parts: (1) Entrepreneurship and (2) Big data. The Entrepreneurship part is intended to be an introduction to the business world for students who aspire to become entrepreneurs or leaders, whether launching new ventures directly from school or aspiring to lead an organization later in their careers. Knowledge and insights gained from this course help students develop deeper understanding of the mindset, leadership, and attributes of successful entrepreneurs. Furthermore, by examining their entrepreneurial processes, students will be able to shape and define their core values, personal philosophies, leadership, as well as understand and identify opportunities to create something new and better for the world. It is a “think about it” course in which students learn entrepreneurship and get the feel for what management in the real world is about. Upon successful completion of the course, every student is expected to be charged with enthusiasm for the study at the UNIST, excitement for the business world, and confidence for his/her professional career in the future. The Big data part provides an introduction to data science and analytics especially focusing on the new trend of big data analytics and their applications. Big data is becoming a growing necessity within managers for better decisions to understand better various phenomenon in business. To obtain opportunity to realize enormous gains in terms of efficiency, productivity, revenue, profitability and better decision, big data is becoming less of a competitive advantage and more like an industry standard. This course explores cutting-edge companies supporting an exciting new generation of business analytics. This course aims to demonstrate how the winners of the future will use big data to seek the truth, and to guide on how to win customers, beat competitors, and boost the bottom line with big data. Through this part, students learn to explain what big data is, and how it will transform the enterprise; learn more about the trends in big data and how managers use them effectively to make critical decision; read and discuss case studies of big data use in big companies; discuss real-world examples from a variety of organizations leveraging big data; explore how to link big data initiatives in organization’s value creation process; explore values surrounding operationalizing big data in organization, including educational challenges.
MGT106 Economics [경제원론]
This course aims to provide a basic understanding of Economics. This course provides an introduction to the analysis of the principles underlying the behavior of individual consumers andbusiness firms. Topics include problems of international trade, distribution of incom, problems of environmental pollutions, and effects of various market structures on economic activity.
ITP107 Introduction to AI Programming Ⅰ(provided as k-MOOC) [기초 인공지능 프로그래밍 I]
This course aims to introduce fundamental concepts and methodologies of computer programming in Python which will lead to develop basic components of artificial intelligence systems and applications. Students will learn basic programming skills such as using programming syntax, making a logical decision, and looping a logic as well as introductory computer algorithms such as data sort and search from on/offline lectures. Students will also gain hands-on programming experiences with artificial intelligence examples.
Introduction to Artificial Intelligence Programming II [기초 인공지능 프로그래밍 II]
This course aims to teach basic problem solving skills using Python and deliver an experience to develop foundational artificial intelligence applications and systems using a deep learning tool. This course also aims to teach how to use hardware platforms such as Raspberry-Pi and Jetson to develop artificial intelligence applications. With the tools provided, students will gain hardware control experiences such as controlling cameras, displays, and motors as well as gain programming experiences on artificial intelligence such as image classification with MNIST and CIFAR-10 datasets and music generation.
ENG100 English Foundation
This course is offered for students who need training in four English skills (listening, reading, speaking, and writing) at the low intermediate level (level 1 from the placement test). Through engaging in authentic tasks, the students will build English proficiency required for academic communication. The class will address diverse topics designed for online and offline activities.
ENG107 English Forward
This course is the general English class which focuses on training in production skills at the high-intermediate level. The major goal of the course is to help the students placed to level 2 grow more autonomous in learning English through online and offline integrated learning activities. By actively participating in various tasks, the students will improve their English skills mainly for academic purposes.
ENG108 Building Writing
This course is a practice of English writing along with building grammatical competence necessary for a good writer in an academic field. The students will actively participate in on-line and in-class practices of English papers, essays, and correspondence.
ENG109 Building Speaking
This course is a practice of English speaking and conversation in relation to appropriate uses of English grammar in speaking. The students are expected to develop fluency and accuracy in English speaking by learning through on-line materials and participating in classroom activities.
– Foreign Languages
LNG201 Chinese Foundation
Chinese Foundation is intended for the students who have never studied Chinese language before. The objectives of this course are to enable the students to master some basic knowledge about Chinese language (phonetics, grammar structures, characters etc.) and gain the ability to use the knowledge in simple conversations.
LNG202 Chinese Forward
Chinese Forward is intended for the students who have learned Chinese language for one semester before. The objective of this course is to improve students’ ability to use Chinese, including listening, speaking, reading and writing. This course will be accomplished through the use of board and in class practices. Students will have the chance to make simple conversations about their daily lives with other students and the instructor as well as write some easy essays.
LNG203 Korean Foundation
The aim of this class is developing abilities of non-native speakers. In the beginner level 1 the aim is that of fundamental communication in Korean, beginning with learning vowels and consonants, self-introductions, shopping, express of numbers, phone numbers, dates and prices, ask and give for direction, talking about your friend’s schedule etc. Vocabulary related to time and location and students can also make sentences by themselves using basic verbs. Also, students will understand and express themselves in every day life situations.
LNG204 Korean for Everyday
The purpose of the lecture is to improve Korean language ability of learners who are educated Korean language for more than 75 hours or has Korean language ability corresponding to the above. The lecture will make learners perform basic language functions required to daily life such as expressing a plan, ability, symptoms, describing, asking opinions, making suggestions, promising and expressing experience.
LNG205 Spanish Foundation
Spanish Foundation is intended for the students who have never studied Spanish language before. The objectives of this course are to enable the students to master some basic knowledge about Spanish language (phonetics, grammar structures, characters etc.) and gain the ability to use the knowledge in simple conversations.