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Course & Curriculum
Classification Course Code Course Title Credit Language of Instruction Course Availability
Undergraduate BUS3028 Derivatieves 3 English Yes
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.
Undergraduate BUS3029 Corporate Financial Strategy 3 English Yes
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 to depth on financial problems that corporate managers experience in a competitive business environment. In the end of semester, students should be able to analyze financial problems and come up with reasonable answers to those problems.
Undergraduate BUS3037 Marketing Intelligence 3 English Yes
This course broadly covers new trends of bio․digital data as a new data source for develiping new marketing intelligence system. 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.
Undergraduate BUS3042 Marketing Data Analytics 3 English Yes
Marketing data analytics teaches how to collect, integrate, clean, and analyze big data from various sources of Internet and mobile communication data, consumer transaction data, and ioT sensor data with the purpose of making optimal marketing decisions. The course includes tools such as i Python and R software, statistical algorithms, and machine learning.
Undergraduate BUS3045 Business Analytics and Applications 3 English Yes
This course covers big data mining from the perspective of management. Therefore, the course title is business mining to represent that our main task is focused on the business analytics. In this sense, realms of the topics which this course deals with include, for example, ● AI theories and methods ● Business mining with big data analytics ● AI-based machine learning and deep learning methods ● Big data mining based on huge datasets collected from sharing economies and crowdfunding online companies ● Online review based affective computing by using deep neural networks ● Deep learning based business model development The course format combines lectures, exercises with either WEKA, R or Python.
Undergraduate BUS3047 Human Resource Analytics 3 English Yes
This is human resource (HR) analytics course in management designed to give students' exposure to essential HR-related theories and concepts and the usage of statistical programs to analyze HR-related datasets. More specifically, this course provides knowledge and information about basic concepts and theories relating to staffing, training/development, performance management, compensation, and other advanced topics and help students develop skills in analyzing the HR-related datasets. Therefore, this course helps students acquire knowledge relating to HR and develop skills for analyzing HR-related datasets.
Undergraduate BUS3048 Business Data Visualization 3 English Yes
The ability to communicate practical implications of quantitative analyses to any kind of audience member characterizes business data analysts. Even the most sophisticated statistical analyses are not useful to a business if they do not lead to actionable advice, or if the answers to those business questions are not conveyed in a way that non-technical people can understand. Our mental/neurological abilities are partly influenced and formed through environmental structures and experiences. Technological hardware and software are able to acquire information in a quality and quantity that is no longer processable by human senses. This information has to be represented artificially at a level compatible to our perceptivity in order to become accessible. This course aims to provide students an introduction to the techniques of data visualization such as volume visualization, multiresolution methods; cognitive and data sciences that employ visual representation and information design. Students will be practiced in designing and persuasively presenting business “data stories” that use these visualizations, capitalizing on business-tested methods and design principles.
Undergraduate BUS3049 Platform Business in Digital Economy 3 English Yes
This course is designed for students who want a broad understanding of the opportunities and challenges presented by the modern digital revolution undergoing our time. The three keywords that sum up the modern digital revolution are online/digital platforms, AI-driven machines, and crowds. The three elements are so intertwined that one can’t be comprehended without the others. In this course, students will survey a full of examples of digital platforms powered by technology and crowds. We will learn about the fundamental principles at work behind the platform innovation and disruption of today and tomorrow. Key concepts include network effects, architecture, chicken-or-egg problem, monetization, winner-take-all market, disintermediation, to name a few.
Undergraduate BUS3050 Human Resource Management 3 English Yes
In the course of Human Resource Management, students learn about diverse activities to effectively utilize the human capital (e.g., knowledge, skills, and abilities of employees) of firms. Specifically, students learn theories and practices to hire right persons, develop their competences, increase their job performance, and heighten their work motivation. By studying cases of advanced firms in South Korea and other countries, students enhance the ability to leverage their understanding on how to manage people for improving firm performance. Ultimately, this course helps students understand how to maximize the value of human capital resources of firms with diverse human resource management practices and develop the ability to design and offer those practices.
Undergraduate BUS3052 Digital Marketing and Analytics 3 English Yes
This course covers important issues in the design and implementation of digital marketing programs and provides you the right skills needed to make intelligent use of digital and social marketing data to make business recommendations and decisions.
Undergraduate BUS2008 International Financial Management 3 Korean Yes
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.
Undergraduate BUS2009 Foundation of Financial Institutions Management 3 Korean Yes
This course is designed to help students understand the basic theories and managerial implications in the field of money and banking and financial insti- tutions. The course covers a wide specturm 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.
Undergraduate BUS2014 Production and Operations Management 3 Korean Yes
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.
Undergraduate BUS2020 Cost Accounting 3 Korean Yes
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.
Undergraduate BUS2023 Advanced Accounting 3 Korean Yes
This course is designed for the 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.
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