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Code Course Title Credit Learning Time Division Degree Grade Note Language Availability
CHS2014 Developing 21C Skills through Team Entrepreneurship 1 2 Major Bachelor 1-4 Challenge Semester - No
The 21st Century is the era of transformation, where the scope, depth, and speed of the change we face is beyond our understanding. Faced with the fundamental shift, the young generation must develop the 21C skills (communication, creativity, collaboration, and critical thinking & problem solving) as defined by OECD. This course emphasizes that individuals can acquire the 4C skills during the process of solving social problems in trust-based teams. This course provides both the tools to use in daily life and the background theories so that students can develop the 4C skills and create their own lives by challenging social problems.
DAT2032 Voice 3 6 Major Bachelor 1 Korean Yes
Based on Linklater technique, an actor trains to free his/her own natural voice. As gaining a further understanding of one's own voice and its mechanism, the actor works on psychological and physical inhibitions, which lead to blocking the natural voice.
DAT2033 Speech 3 6 Major Bachelor 1 Korean Yes
Using the actor's natural voice, the class focuses on how to approach text. Based on Movement and voice exercises, the class will employ techniques from yoga and Alexander, and experiment different ways of moving the sound through the physical body of the actor. A variety of text will be explored and students will be encouraged to transfer the images in the text with spoken words.
DAT2034 Movement1 3 6 Major Bachelor 1 Korean Yes
The goal of the course is to develop the beginning actor to give physical expression of her/his active intensions, skillfully and artistically, in a theatrical way that meets the demands of the play.
DAT2035 Movement2 3 6 Major Bachelor 1 Korean Yes
The goal of this course is to develop the beginning actor to give physical expression of her/his active intensions, skillfully and artistically, in a theatrical way that meets the demands of the play. Continuation of Movement1.
DAT2046 Frame/Shot 3 6 Major Bachelor 1 Korean Yes
This course is all about film language and the practice of filmmaking. Through a combination of hands-on exercises, and screenings, students learn the fundamental directing and acting skills. An analysis of the aesthetic elements of the director’s toolkit as it applies to shot choice, composition, setting, point of view, character, and camera movement.
DAT2050 Characterization 3 6 Major Bachelor 3 - No
This class consists of 3 steps of training in order to re-create the various roles in the plays to their own original characters. First step is a preparatory phase for the characters; to analyze the text, and to make both internal and external situations. The second step is a process of creation; to make a creative plan by finding the inner impulse and the inner behavior through their own emotional experiences. The third step is to embody the characters externally. The purpose of this class is to create new characters through these three steps.
DAT2051 Method Acting 3 6 Major Bachelor 1 Korean Yes
Method acting aims for the students to be realistic characters rather than to perform a stereotyped acting. Therefore, the purpose of this class is primarily to characterize thoroughly for the actors by combining the technical acting and the psychological attitude. Furthermore, it also targets to train the basic system of learning acting through the sensory training, imagination training, observation training, and analysis training in order for the students to distinguish their own acting state objectively.
DAT2052 Etude Acting 3 6 Major Bachelor 2 Korean Yes
Etude is an improvisation in a farce. Etude is one of the best methodology for the actors' role formation. The purpose of this class is to train the students to be writers and directors in the creative process, as well as to be actors naturally analyzing the plays and creating the characters in the presentation. The students will start from themselves and find a path to get in to the characters through one-person Etude, two-people Etude, and Etude for the role-formation.
DAT2053 Introduction to Theatre 3 6 Major Bachelor 2 Korean Yes
This course is an introduction to theatre which covers from the history and the basic theatre terminologies. It is a must course for beginners.
DAT2054 Introduction to Film 3 6 Major Bachelor 2 Korean Yes
This course is an introduction to film which covers from the history and the basic film terminologies. It is a must course for beginners.
DAT2057 Given Circumstances and Action 3 6 Major Bachelor 2 Korean Yes
This course is designed to develop actor's fast and clear reactions in given circumstances. It is based on one of the many Stanislavski's systems.
DAT2059 Lights and Shadow 3 6 Major Bachelor 2 Korean Yes
Through this course, a student learns to design stage lighting with deeper esthetic aspects which enables students to create stages not only visually stunning but also analytically rich.
DAT2060 Fencing and Stage Scuffle 3 6 Major Bachelor 2 Korean Yes
Movement1 and Movement2 are required as prerequisites. Students learn proper actor’s posture through fencing and how to create realistic fights on stage.
DAT2062 Beginning Film-making 4 8 Major Bachelor 1 Korean Yes
Film Production's ABC course. Students learn about how to write a script including formatting, basic cinematography, edting, and sound recording through making a very short film.