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German Language and Literature

For more details on the courses, please refer to the Course Catalog

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Code Course Title Credit Learning Time Division Degree Grade Note Language Availability
CCS3011 Techno-Cultural Studies 3 6 Major Bachelor 3-4 Cross-cultural Studies Korean Yes
This course focuses on learning the viewpoint of Techno-Cultural studiest through various theories and modern phenomenon. After exploring how technology has influenced on the change of society from the basis, we expect students will expand the range of thought to individual subject and object. We will go through philosophy of technology and handle 'artificial intelligence', 'post-human', 'techno feminism', from the perspective of 'science and technology studies' and 'cultural studies'.
CLA2003 Reading the Literary Classics 3 6 Major Bachelor 2-4 Liberal Arts Korean Yes
This course is devoted to understanding the literary classics by reading and discussing a variety of representative works from Eastern and Western traditional and modern cultures. It requires a substantial amount of reading, writing, participation in discussions, and (possibly) individual presentations to the class. Timely reading is essential for class discussions, and students are expected to read at least one book every two weeks. The students are encouraged to articulate the ways literary work reflects the historical period and the culture that produced it; and more importantly, why this work is still relevant.
CLA2004 Migration Labor and Refugees in Europe 3 6 Major Bachelor 2-3 Liberal Arts - No
This course will cover the issues of migrant labor and refugees, which are the negative results of globalization in the 21st century. Migrant labor that started after the collapse of Eastern Europe and the wave of Africans and Arabs seeking political asylum in Europe after the Gulf War have become serious social problems. These problems are even intensified by the unstable political condition of the Middle East. Thus, this lecture will address the problems of migrant workers and refugees which are related with many social problems.
CLA2005 Social Economic Policies and Institutions of the European Union 3 6 Major Bachelor 2-4 Liberal Arts - No
This course focuses on the social economic policies and institutions of the European Union (and decision making processes) and its key policy areas. The detailed aims of the course are to - provide an introduction to the analytical parameters which shape the processes of EU - familiarise students with key events and major treaty developments relating to the EU - analyse internal EU policies and their impact on European, but also non European societies( including South Korea) - focus on the external dimension of EU and its impact on the outside world - provide guidelines on how to judge the future of the Europe 2020 strategy
CLA3001 Liberal arts Co-op 1 2 4 Major Bachelor 3-4 Liberal Arts Korean Yes
Field practice to utilize knowledge accumulated from classroom studies for real world problems(for 2 weeks)
CLA3002 Liberal arts Co-op2 3 6 Major Bachelor 3-4 Liberal Arts Korean Yes
Field practice to utilize knowledge accumulated from classroom studies for real world problems(for 4 weeks)
CLA3003 Liberal arts Co-op3 4 8 Major Bachelor 3-4 Liberal Arts Korean Yes
Field practice to utilize knowledge accumulated from classroom studies for real world problems(for 6 weeks)
CLA3004 Liberal arts Co-op4 5 10 Major Bachelor 3-4 Liberal Arts - No
Field practice to utilize knowledge accumulated from classroom studies for real world problems(for 8 weeks)
CLA3005 Liberal arts Co-op5 9 18 Major Bachelor 3-4 Liberal Arts Korean Yes
Field practice to utilize knowledge accumulated from classroom studies for real world problems(for 24 weeks)
CLA3006 Global Leadership for Humanities 2 4 Major Bachelor 2-4 Liberal Arts - No
This course is global leadership training through the lecture and internship at International Organization, Global Corporation etc).
CLA3008 European Cultures and Culture Codes 3 6 Major Bachelor 3-4 Liberal Arts - No
The primary purpose of this team-teaching-based course is to suggest a big and comprehensive outlook of European cultures, paying a particular attention to three countries: France, Germany, and Russia. Drawing upon the concept of ‘culture code,’ this course takes a look at the varieties as well as peculiarities of those countries’ cultures and their representative landscape from politics, economy, society, culture, art, folklore, including thoughts. Thereby, this course provides the students with a well-balanced understanding of soft-powers of cultural diversities of the three countries in general and cultural characteristics in particular.
CLA3009 Understanding of Technical Culture in Europe 3 6 Major Bachelor 3-4 Liberal Arts - No
This course explores how the technology culture of Europe was like in the 20th century and how it modernized Europe based on industrialization. Also, this course analyzes how this tradition combines and incorporates with the 21st century. Finally, this course will approach the technology culture level in analogue technology in a sociologist perspective and discuss digital technology in the 21st century within a new social paradigm. This lecture will focus on the methodology of scientific technologic approach.
CLA3010 European Culture and Business Environments 3 6 Major Bachelor 3-4 Liberal Arts - No
This course focuses on the culture and business environments of the European Union and its member states. The detailed aims of the course are to - provide an introduction to the multifaceted world of European business - familiarise students with intercultural business relating to the European Union - understand the cultural differences that make Europe a varied platform - analyse the intercultural business cases for the member states of the European Union - Apply relevant intercultural skills in the context of doing business in Europe
CLA3011 Startup-field Practice in College of Liberal Arts 1 3 6 Major Bachelor Liberal Arts - No
This course is a curriculum that recognizes Startup Activity as a credit.This course is recognized as a credit when it is possible to achieve the learning goal through establishment. Only students who start-up can take classes. Only students who are approved according to the procedures of the school can take courses in the field trips. Be sure to check the requirements and procedures before taking this course.
CLA3012 Startup-field Practice in College of Liberal Arts 2 6 12 Major Bachelor Liberal Arts - No
This course is a curriculum that recognizes Startup Activity as a credit.This course is recognized as a credit when it is possible to achieve the learning goal through establishment. Only students who start-up can take classes. Only students who are approved according to the procedures of the school can take courses in the field trips. Be sure to check the requirements and procedures before taking this course.