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Strategic Studies (Special Graduate)

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Course & Curriculum
Classification Course Code Course Title Credit Language of Instruction Course Availability
Special Graduate NTST001 Theories of International Relations 2 - No
Theories of International Relations
Special Graduate NTST004 Korean government and Policy 2 - No
The purpose of this course is to understand phenomena and characters of Korean politics. To do it, students will discuss state, political society, and civil society that build up the structure of Korean politics. Topics include the nature of the traditional state, impact of colonialism, influence of U.S.A. and Japan, political culture, political parties and elections, congress, and bureaucracy.
Special Graduate NTST005 Korean Political Development 2 Korean Yes
This course focuses on the relationships between political and economic development in Korea. Modernization and political development theory, B.A. theory, and comparative historical studies, which purport to answer this question, are first discussed. This is followed by the analysis of politico-economic development of Korea.
Special Graduate NTST006 Political Parties and Elections 2 - No
Role of political parties in a democratic society. topics include nomination, national conventions, political funding, campaigns, voting behavior, party organization and party system, and the social basis of party support
Special Graduate NTST008 Develpoment of Korean National Assembly 2 - No
This course explores history and roles of parliament which is a principal institution in the modern democratic polity through reviewing the history of Korean National Assembly. The purpose of this course is to deepen the understanding about the mechanism of parliamentary democracy.
Special Graduate NTST010 Seminar on National Management Strategy 2 - No
The purpose of this course is to grope for the national survival and prosperity strategy coping with the basic structure and dynamics of world order by correct comprehension of that. This course examines policy studies and management strategy for the national development and rising of international competitive power, across all the fields within national area - politics, economics, society, administration, education, environments, national defense and scientific technique etc.
Special Graduate NTST012 Analysis of Public Policy 2 - No
Analysis of Public Policy
Special Graduate NTST018 Political Advertisement 2 - No
Political Advertisement
Special Graduate NTST019 Political Leadership 2 - No
Political Leadership
Special Graduate NTST022 Organization Management 2 - No
Organization Management
Special Graduate NTST026 Regional Integration Theory 2 - No
With economic cooperations and technology development, regional-functional integration becomes an important field in international relations. This course is to study a possibility of regional integration through economic cooperations, and to review its political meanings in the context of international relations. Students will touch the European integration as a specific case.
Special Graduate NTST027 Theory of National Security 2 Korean Yes
National security is one of core concepts in international politics, and still an important research area. Students will study theories of national security in the traditional approach, and review its current concepts within the changing international approach and environments. In particular, logic of security developed since the second World War will be compared to one in the post-Cold War.
Special Graduate NTST028 North-South Korean Relations 2 - No
North and South Korea's relations is very important parameter to measure the future of the Korean peninsula. The purpose of this course is to predict some alternatives which two Koreas should choose within confrontations and conflicts. To do this, students will study past and present of two Koreas' relations, economic cooperation, and nuclear problem. In changing power structure in the Northeast Asian region, also, students will discuss the future of two Koreas.
Special Graduate NTST037 Defense Policy 2 - No
Defense Policy
Special Graduate NTST042 Seminar on Inter-Korean Affairs 2 Korean Yes
Seminar on Inter-Korean Affairs
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