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Course & Curriculum
Classification Course Code Course Title Credit Language of Instruction Course Availability
Undergraduate MCJ3057 Introduction to Media Psychology 3 English Yes
This course introduces a variety of psychological theories regarding media use and responses to media. Specifically, this course discusses how different characterisitcs of TV, Internet, and smart phones influnence the effect of media and effective media use from the psychological perspectives. This course is designed to help students in undertanding media and media users. Students will observe and analyze media-use behaviors of others and their own.
Undergraduate MCJ3059 Journalism Theory 3 English Yes
"This course aims to explore how journalism has been developed from an international scope and what arguments and theories have been established in the journalism history in liberal-democratic regimes. The theories relevant to studying journalism include the news media effects, objective journalism, alternative journalism (public journalism, adversarial journalism, precision journalism, etc.), news media and public opinion, and finally speculating the future of journalism. Course materials and textbooks are written in English and students are expected to read and write and present their projects in English."
Undergraduate MCJ2005 Cybercomm. Theory 3 Korean Yes
This course covers communication situations of the cyber space on the basis of internet networks. It mainly focuses on similarities and differences between the old communication situations - that is, newspaper, radio, television, etc. - and the new communication situations. It also discusses about new communication models explaining the cyber communication.
Undergraduate MCJ2023 Visual Contents Practices 3 Korean Yes
This class is for students' practices of visual contents production and will emphasize breadth over depth. For the student who is taking this course as a single exposure to the practice of visual contents, it will provide a broad overview of the field from both professional and social standpoints. Students will be expected to acquire an understanding of the basic elements of visual production. The course will provide an opportunity for students to create a variety of visual productions.
Undergraduate MCJ2024 News Reporting Practice 3 Korean Yes
This course is intended to teach the essential theories of news coverage and reporting, and to provide students with the opportunities to enhance hands-on experience on how to cover various issues and produce news outlets. Oriented towards the manner of news production in the integrated news room practicing one source multi use, sequential activities from fact-finding, interview, triangulation, news writing, to reporting are taught step by step.
Undergraduate MCJ2030 Journalism OJT (on the job training) 3 Korean Yes
This course aims to train students to equip with journalistic skills including interview, journalistic writing & editing, visual footage production, and reporting. This intensitive OJT course is intended to enhance capabilities of prospective students who potentially own talents and orientation as journalists. Possibly, an internship program in cooperation with media companies can be provided.
Undergraduate MCJ2034 Introduction to Media Industry and Business 3 Korean Yes
This course systematically analyzes the operating principles of the media industry and the strategies of media companies. Students use various laws and theories to analyze the media market. Students also analyze media companies in terms of strategic management, marketing, CSR, HR, and finance. Students prepare and present reports analyzing the structure and performance of media industries or detailed strategies of media companies.
Undergraduate MCJ2035 Digital Advertising Creative Practice 3 Korean Yes
This course takes a look at media advertising elements, including digital, mobile, and social networks while reinforcing the importance of traditional components--television, magazine, online, and outdoor advertising--with everyday applications. Discussion on advertising initiatives features current campaigns, agency relationship, and media organizations. The course also explores target audience development, product positioning, creative messaging, media strategies, and campaign execution.
Undergraduate MCJ2036 Communication in Interpersonal Relationships 3 Korean Yes
This course deals with communication within various types of interpersonal relationships such as friendships, romantic relationships, family relationships, work relationships and so on. Moreover, this course will examine the stages of relational development; specifically, we will explore characteristics of communication during relational initiation, maintenance, and termination. This course will also take a look at theories of various disciplines such as communication, psychology, and sociology related to interpersonal communication.
Undergraduate MCJ2104 Media Technology Impact 3 Korean Yes
This course introduces students to scientific research regarding the social and human impacts of new media technologies/contents. By studying various communication theories and real-world cases, students will learn how the latest new media technologies and contents bring changes to society and have psychological effects on humans. The course will provide students with a general understanding of media impacts on people’s personal and social lives as well as the basic conceptual tools needed to evaluate the empirical evidence supporting these presumed effects. This course is intended to help students gain social scientific insights, analytic perspectives, and innovative planning abilities needed in the rapidly changing media technology/content industry.
Undergraduate MCJ2108 Research Methodology of Media 3 Korean Yes
It covers various research methods in communication studies. It deals with quantitative research methods and qualitative research methods. This course discusses about 'library survey' 'historical approaches' 'content analysis' 'interviews' 'questionnaire survey' 'observation analysis,' etc. It also focuses on research procedure; that is, 'genesis of research' 'purpose of research' 'research questions' 'research hypotheses' 'results' 'discussions' 'conclusion', etc.
Undergraduate MCJ2110 Convergence Media and Popular Culture 3 Korean Yes
Students in this course will organically learn the relationship between the changing convergence media environment and popular culture. Students will also re-establish the concept of cultural diversity in the convergence media environment, and discuss the diversity of cultural activities and cultural behaviors through the convergence media.
Undergraduate MCJ2112 Media Big Data Analysis 3 Korean Yes
This course focuses on developing the ability to analyze media big data based on an understanding of big data analysis. In this course, students will understand the key concepts, principles, and theories related to media big data analysis, and learn the analysis methods and procedures of media big data. Students will also have an opportunity to actually analyze media big data using big data analysis tools such as R and Python.
Undergraduate MCJ2114 Media Technology and Culture 3 Korean Yes
This course explains new media technologies related to the cultural content industry such as VR, AR, MR, and AI. In this course, students will learn how these media technologies are being used in the fields of cultural content production, distribution, and consumption. Students will also discuss how the cultural contents industry will change and what opportunities will exist with the development of media technology.
Undergraduate MCJ2117 Media Ethics and Literacy 3 Korean Yes
With the advent of the intelligent information society, problems such as information unbalance, information asymmetry, and fake news are becoming visible. This course discusses the importance and meaning of media ethics and literacy education in relation to these issues. It also explores the institutionalization and educational direction of media ethics and literacy education in line with the media ecosystem.
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