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Course & Curriculum
Classification Course Code Course Title Credit Language of Instruction Course Availability
Undergraduate PSY2005 Industrial Psychology 3 English Yes
This class explores the scientific discipline of industrial psychology in a basic level , which applies principles of psychology to various organizations. In particular, students will learn employee selection, performance appraisal, and training techniques based on job analysis along with some legal issues. This course will be delivered through lecture, discussion, and class demonstrations. This course is designed for 2nd and 3rd year students who already completed [Introduction to Psychology].
Undergraduate PSY3008 Psychology of Perception 3 English Yes
This course focuses on the nature of human sensation and perception at an intermediate level. By understanding the neural mechanisms of perception, students will learn the neurophysiological and psychophysical processes that enables the representation of the external world (e.g., vision, audition, touch, taste, motor skills) in the brain. Students mainly learn materials from lectures, in-class activities and homework. This course is designed for 2nd and 3rd year undergraduate students who have completed at least two of the following courses: [Introduction to Psychology], [Cognitive Psychology], [Experimental Psychology] or [Statistical Analysis in Psychology] before signing up.
Undergraduate PSY3014 Training and Development in Industry 3 English Yes
This class explores employee training and development, one of the core areas of industrial psychology in a basic level covering the functions of training, development, and career management in organizations. The subject matters discussed in this course are applicable to all types of organizations and jobs. This course will be delivered through lecture, discussions, and group project and prsentations. Taking [Industrial Psychology] is the prerequisite.
Undergraduate PSY3039 Culture and Social Psychology 3 English Yes
This course aims to promote students' understanding of basic concepts and theories in social psychology of culture. To achieve this goal, emphasis will be given on the application of the knowledge accumulated in social and cultural psychology to various real-world issues. Students will discover the personal relevance of course material and be able to develop skills necessary to evaluate and think critically about the link between culture and human mind and social behavior.
Undergraduate PSY3041 Neuroscience of human behavior 3 English Yes
This course focuses on learning about the neural bases of high-level psychological processes and behavior at an intermediate level. Students will learn the neural mechanisms of high-level cognitive functions, such as language, action, emotion, social cognition, and consciousness. Students mainly learn materials from lectures, in-class activities and homework. This course is designed for 3rd and 4th year undergraduate students who have completed [Cognitive Psychology] and [Brain and Mind] before signing up, and 1st-2nd semester graduate students.
General Graduate PSY5183 Correlation and Regression 3 English Yes
This class investigates the general linear model as applied to regression and the analysis of variance, particularly focusing on correlation and regression analyses. Students will study the statistical principles underlying the methods, analyze practical data, interpret the results, and write result sections for scientific articles. This course will be delivered through lecture, discussion, class demonstrations, and students’ exercises.
Undergraduate PSY2003 Statistical Analysis In Psychology 3 Korean Yes
This course covers analysis and interpretion of psychological data using a statistical software. Students are expected to learn basic procedures for data analysis in behaviral sciences and related concepts required to understand the result. In addition, they will learn how to use R program for data analysis through the lectures and their assignments. This course is designed for 2nd- or 3rd-year undergraduate students.
Undergraduate PSY2009 Research Methods in Psychology 3 Korean Yes
This cource focuses on scientific research methods in psychology. Students are expected to learn procedural requirments in research for a hypothesis or theory in psychology to have empirical evidence and scientific validity. Exmaples of observational study, survey study, and experimental study are illustrated and discussed. This course is designed for 2nd- or 3rd-year undergraduate students.
Undergraduate PSY2012 Foundation of Developmental Psychology 3 Korean Yes
Human development across the life span. Genetic factors, maturation, learning and socio-cultural factors play an important role on the development of motivation, cognitive functions, social and emotional adjustment. In this course, students will develop deep understanding of developmental psychology by learning developmental theories and applying the theories in everyday life.
Undergraduate PSY3001 Human Motivation 3 Korean Yes
This course aims to promote students' understanding of basic concepts and theories of human motivation, focusing on the motivational underpinnings of people's choices and continuation of behavior. To this end, students will learn how motivation affects people's thoughts, emotions, and behaviors based on representative theories and empirical research on human motivation. Students will also have opportunities to apply motivation theories to better understand themselves and social phenomena.
Undergraduate PSY3002 Psychology of Learning and Memory 3 Korean Yes
This course is an introduction to cognitive psychology/neuroscience of learning and memory in an medium level. The learning module mainly is based on animal studies while the memory module mainly based on human studies. Students mainly learn materials from lectures, in-class activities and homework. This course is designed for 2nd and 3rd year undergraduate students who completed at least one of [Cognitive Psychology], [Experimental Psychology] or [Brain and Mind] before signing up.
Undergraduate PSY3004 Organizational Psychology 3 Korean Yes
This course reviews basic assumptions about human beings within the organizational context, and then analyzes the effect of job satisfaction, organizational commitment, organizational citizenship behavior, organizational justice, organizational creativity on productivity and managent. Especially, a number of theories will be reviewed to explain effects of work motivation and job stress on organizational effectiveness.
Undergraduate PSY3005 Psychological Testing and Measurement 3 Korean Yes
This course focuses on the measurement and analysis of individual differences on psychological construct such as cognitive ability or personality characteristics. Procedures for assessing, diagnosing, and selecting people based on individual differences as well as fundamentals of intelligence tests and personality tests will be discussed. Reliability, validity, and factor analysis will also be included. This course is designed for 3rd- or 4th-year undergraduate students. [Statistical Analysis in Psychology] is a prerequisite of this course.
Undergraduate PSY3006 Group Dynamics 3 Korean Yes
Group psychology studies how people think, feel, and behave in groups. This course aims to promote students' understanding of key concepts and theories of small group processes. This course emphasizes the dynamic nature of group processes by reviewing major research topics such as group structure and development, task performance and decision making in groups, conflict within and between groups, and social influence. Students will perform various in-class group activities, from which they will develop deeper udnerstanding of group process and gain insights into how to improve group outcomes.
Undergraduate PSY3016 Organizational Development 3 Korean Yes
This course covers various theories and methods about organizational change and innovation to improve organizational efficiency and competency required to cope with environmental changes. Students can learn how industrial and organizational psychology is applied because organizational development is a systematic planned change process which apllies behavioral science knowledge.
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