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Course & Curriculum
Classification Course Code Course Title Credit Language of Instruction Course Availability
Undergraduate CON2002 Consumer Decision Making 3 English Yes
An interdisciplinary approach to consumer decision-making from economics, psychology, and sociology in order to explore principles underlying consumer decision-making.
Undergraduate CON2007 Theories in Logistics 3 English Yes
An overview of the structure of the logistics with emphasis on the differences in the policies of the logistics by types of products.
Undergraduate CON2010 Analysis of Consumer Needs 3 English Yes
Develop the abilities of generating ideas for new products and services by approaching tacit and latent levels of consumer needs in the bottom of consumers’ minds by applying newly developed human-centered design research methods.
Undergraduate CON2012 Foundation of Consumer Bigdata Analysis1 3 English Yes
Learn and practice to collect, store, and analyze naturally-generated consumer data using R program.
Undergraduate CON3017 Service Product 3 English Yes
Learn about various service products including foods outside home, entertainments, education, and travel, and customer services attached to physical products.
Undergraduate CON3019 Retail Management 3 English Yes
Understanding retailers’ marketing and management strategies based on consumer types and further examining their influences on consumer behaviors to figure out the way of desirable consumptions increasing consumers’ purchasing power.
Undergraduate CON3031 Statistical Programming For Consumer Science 3 English Yes
This course provides an introduction to statistical programming in the R and SAS environments. Students will learn about data input/output, data formats and types, data management, loops, conditional execution, and exploratory data analysis, as well as functions for statistical modeling and inference. This course might cover SQL coding in the SAS environment or matrix operations using the SAS/IML package, depending on class progress.
Undergraduate CON2001 Consumer Infographics 3 Korean Yes
Learn and practice the method to present consumer and family information by creation and visualization of the useful information to explain phenomena and to solve problems of consumers.
Undergraduate CON2003 Quantitative Method for Consumer 3 Korean Yes
Study and practice on the techniques of the quantitative methods including survey design, questionnaire design, sampling and data collection, and data analysis using SPSS for the investigation of living and consumption phenomena of consumer.
Undergraduate CON2005 Consumer Demographics 3 Korean Yes
Understands characteristics of different consumer types by demographic backgrounds in terms of consumer needs and psychology, consumer behavior, consumption economy, and consumption patterns and analyzes marketing strategies targeting each type of consumers.
Undergraduate CON2008 Household Asset Management 3 Korean Yes
Learn about the fundamentals of the financial market, investment theory, financial tools for asset management which are applied to household financial planning.
Undergraduate CON2009 Insurance & Retirement Planning 3 Korean Yes
Study principals and methods of household risk management and practice financial planning for retirement.
Undergraduate CON2011 Consumption Economics 3 Korean Yes
Equipped with capability of analyzing and evaluating consumption pattern and economic well-being, based on understanding of the market economy, social-demographic trends, and economic theories of consumer decision making.
Undergraduate CON2022 Consumer and the Market 3 Korean Yes
As the introductory course of consumer sciences, this course deals with basic concept and theories of consumer and market, and the interaction between them, and introduces various public and private policies to advocate consumer interest and build consumer-oriented market environment.
Undergraduate CON2024 Consumer Policy and Dispute Resolution 3 Korean Yes
Learn the development of consumer policy and quasi-judicial dispute resolution to strengthen consumer capacity and improve consumer rights.
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