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Course & Curriculum
Classification Course Code Course Title Credit Language of Instruction Course Availability
Undergraduate GLD2016 Understanding and Practicing Global Public Management 3 English Yes
● This class is designed as a broad overview of the critical theoretical/practical issues and trends pertaining to public organizations and their management, with emphasis on applications to “micro” (i.e., inside the organization) and “macro” (i.e., external relations and strategy) organizational issues. ● The course examines important conditions and factors required for effective public organization management. Specifically, various aspects of public organization theory and management research and practices, including 1) organizational environments; 2) public-private distinctions; 3) structure, design, and technology; 4) leadership, culture, and motives; and 5) goals and effectiveness. ● During the course, we will create a learning community through which we explore concepts, methods, and procedures involved in managing public organizations. This course integrates lecture and a variety of active learning techniques into the seminar format, such as case study discussions/in-class exercises.
Undergraduate GLD2021 Understanding of Public Organization 3 English Yes
This course is to introduce organization theory and applies it to public sector context. It covers organization technology, organization environment, organization culture, and its implication on internal structure and process.
Undergraduate GLD3010 Global Governance and International Organization 3 English Yes
This course aims at helping students understand how global problems and issues are discussed, managed, and resolved. In doing so, students are expected to nurture themselves as future leaders in the globalized world. The former part of this course will study theoretical issues of global governance in terms of actors, institutions, and norms. Existing official inter-governmental organizations (such as United Nations, regimes, ad-hoc cooperative mechanism) and rising non-governmental organizations in global governance will be covered. The latter part of the course will explore cases of global governance in security, trade, environment, human rights, etc.
Undergraduate GLD2001 Linguistic Analysis 3 Korean Yes
본 교과목은 행정고시 PSAT시험의 언어논리와 법학적성시험(LEET)의 언어이해와 시험을 대비한 교과목이다. 이를 위해서 본 과목은 글의 이해, 추론, 비판과 논리적 사고 등의 능력 배양을 목적으로 한다. 본 과목에서는 언어의 논리분석과 비판적 이해를 위해서 명제, 논증, 연역추론, 타당한 논증의 형식, 귀납추론, 주장강화, 직접논박, 간접논박, 전제, 가정, 과학적 탐구방법, 오류, 논증도 작성, 문단배열, 글의 구조파악, 글의 이해, 삽입, 전 단락, 후속 단락, 유추, 기타 추론, 견해의 차이 등에 대한 내용을 주로 학습힌다. 수업의 진행은 강의와 기출문제 풀이의 형식으로 진행될 예정이다.
Undergraduate GLD2003 Understanding on Constitutional Law 3 Korean Yes
Overview of the structure and principles of Korean Constitutional Law. Examination of constitutional human rights and other fundamental legal systems.
Undergraduate GLD2004 Basic Theory of Civil Law 3 Korean Yes
Introduction to Civil Law. This course covers Book I of the Civil Code which deals with the general provisions of the Law Topics to be discussed include ; introduction to the nature, structure, and sources of Civil Law, the natural and juridical person as an holder of private rights, the subject matter of priv-ate rights ; the juristic act ; the law of agency and extinctive prescription.
Undergraduate GLD2005 Understanding on Administrative Law 3 Korean Yes
Study of the Law of administrative organization, the distinction between public and private law, delegation of powers, administrative discretion, unlawful administrative actions and their annulment, tort liability of governmental units and officers, and judical review of administrative actions.
Undergraduate GLD2006 WTO and International Law 3 Korean Yes
Analysis of concepts, theories and practices of international law and its relationship with other relevant disciplines. The course covers general principles, recognition, sovereignty, international person, state responsibility, and succession.
Undergraduate GLD2007 Understanding of Public Administration 3 Korean Yes
This subject examines the origin and development of public administration as a discipline and profession. The purpose of this subject is to provide students with a broad introduction to the field of Public Administration by providing introductory knowledge of the public sector, its practices, and its tools. Students will learn some of the concepts, issues, and challenges facing public administrations in central and local governments. This subject concerns the hundreds of government agencies at central and local levels that are responsible for carrying out public policy. The specific objectives would include: ① To gain a knowledge of the history of public administration. ② To understand the theoretical basis of the discipline. ③ The form a conceptual understanding of the nomenclature and terminology of the sub-fields of public administration. ④ To gain a vision of how public administration has contributed to the policy implementation process. ⑤ To gain some practical knowledge of the field of public administration through case studies and interaction with those working in the field.
Undergraduate GLD2009 Understanding of Micro Economics 3 Korean Yes
This class teaches economic theories about explaining the market based upon individual behaviors of consuming and producing goods and services. It has been assumed individuals act based on the principle of maximizing their utilities. Under this assumption of the perfect market, very well articulated economic theories are induced. In addition, this course deals with other types of market of oligopoly and monopoly. Students who prepare for the civil service exam or law schools may benefit the most from this course.
Undergraduate GLD2010 Understanding of Macro Economics 3 Korean Yes
This Macro Economics class examines economy of a country as whole. Thus it reviews those factors that can explain economic growth, national gross income, trade, etc, from both monetary and real economy. Students who prepare for the civil service exam or law schools may benefit the most from this course. Students will be familiar with how such variables like gross income, price, invest, interest rate, employment rate are determined and changed. Those who prepare for the civil service examination and law schools are strongly recommended to take.
Undergraduate GLD2014 Citizen's rights and duties 3 Korean Yes
The constitution is a canon about the structure of nation which is to protect civil's rights and ensure more efficiently .On this understanding, the constitution law functions to make amorphous community into the order and standard and maintain it's society's typical norm. This lecture aims to understand the relationship between the power of state and people and people's fundamental rights.
Undergraduate GLD2019 Laws and Order in International Society 3 Korean Yes
As a human society, global society meets various kind of legal issues in everyday. Inoreder to do that, International law addresses how to apply treaty and customary international law in domestic field, how to solve the international disputes. State Recognition, Rights and Duties of States, State Responsibility, State Succession are the main issues which will be analysed in this course. Furthermore, Human Rights, Environmental Law, Ocean Law, and Treaty Law will be addressed as well.
Undergraduate GLD2022 Introduction to Economics 3 Korean Yes
The Faculty of Global Leadership aims to cultivate outstanding talents in the fields of social science and law. In particular, society demands a systematic understanding of policies and regulations, as well as the ability to analyze the behavior and activities of individuals, companies, and governments from policy, legislative and judicial experts. And in the process of working as an expert, it is more demanded to take an effective and timely response in policy judgment along with economic understanding of social phenomena. To this end, this class introduces a basic analysis of economics as well as a microeconomic analysis method of individual choices and corporate behavior in the market. In addition, through the relationship between the government and the market, it discusses the failure of the market and the government's intervention and social costs. In addition, through the analysis of the monopoly market, the oligopoly market, and the actual cases of its regulation, we understand various social conflicts and issues. In addition, by discussing policy alternatives and judicial coordination measures to solve this problem, it provides various and multifaceted perspectives and approaches to future activities as experts.
Undergraduate GLD2023 Understanding Global Leadership 3 Korean Yes
The Department of Global Leader aims to be the best faculty to cultivate talents with theoretical and practical skills, focusing on the fields of social science and law. It aims to cultivate intellectuals with a creative and integrative view, public minds, and key national leaders of the Republic of Korea who lead the public society. This class is a core class of the Department of Global Leader, and aims to establish an identity for the first and second year students and to provide a foundation for growth as a global leader. The purpose of this class is to provide an experience to grow into a talented person with interdisciplinary intelligence, critical and creative thinking ability, and problem solving ability. At the same time, we participate in activities that can develop the capacity to creatively solve public problems based on disciplined thinking and teamwork experience. To this end, this class applies two approaches. First, it provides opportunities for direct dialogue with “leaders” who are creating public value based on outstanding leadership in government ministries, judiciary and legal circles, public institutions, and international organizations. For this, the invited leader is selected in consultation with students before the start of each semester. Selected leaders deliver knowledge through special lectures and seminars, and share experiences with students through panel discussions and meetings. (A total of 7 times per semester, 7 invitees) Students com
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