STUDY
Korean Studies

Korean Studies

 
This program of DIS is designed for international and Korean students to enhance their understanding of Korea, the contemporary social modernization, and economic development. The current courses include: Contemporary Korea, Modern History of Korea, Civil Society and Democracy in Korea, Rethinking Korean Culture, Religion and Korean Society, Korean Economy in a Globalized World, and Trade Policies of Korea.
 

Course offerings

 
General Major – Required

DISS114
Principles of International Commerce
DISS122
Principles of International Relations
DISS140
Globalization and Beyond: Culture, Society and Political Economy

 
 
Major-Related General Education (required)

DISS111
Understanding Economics
DISS121
Understanding Political Science

 
 
Elective Courses

DISS112
Research Methods
DISS226
Issues in Korean Politics
DISS241
Contemporary Korea
DISS243
Contemporary East Asia
DISS255
Korea and International Law
DISS262
Understanding East Asian Civilization
DISS264
Rethinking Korean Culture
DISS265
Modern History of Korea
DISS266
Religion and Korean Society
DISS300
Internship I
DISS301
Internship II
DISS316
Trade Policies of Korea
DISS329
South – North Korean Relations
DISS341
Special Topics in Korean Studies I
DISS342
Special Topics in Korean Studies II
DISS425
Korea – U.S. Relations
DISS426
Korean Diplomacy
DISS452
Seminar on Contemporary Korean Society
DISS455
Leadership and Communication Skills