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- Students can choose up to three courses: a morning session and an afternoon session, and an evening session.
- Class time: Morning Session (09:00~11:45) / Afternoon Session (13:00~15:45) / Evening Session (16:00~18:45) 

                        Monday  to Friday (5 days a week)

- Each ISS course, which provides 3 academic credits, requires students to fulfill 3 study hours per day throughout the whole

   program, while Korean language courses worth 2 academic credits require to fulfill 2 study hours per day.

- Courses are subject to change or may be cancelled, depending on the status of registration.

- Click to download a course syllabus.

Business & Management
Class Time Subject Course Syllabus
Morning Corporate Communication
Corporate Leadership in East Asia
An In-depth Look at the Role of Culture in Global Marketing
International Negotiations: From Disagreement to Consensus
Nurturing Talent: Education and Human Resource Policy in the Global Economy
Technological Innovation and Business Strategy
Financial Markets and Institutions
Cross-Cultural Business Management (Chinese Class)
Creativity, Innovation and Design
Korea-China Economic Relations and Trade (Chinese Class)
Business Ethics
Afternoon Corporate Communication
The Rise of East Asia: Conflict and Cooperation in a Changing World
International Negotiations: From Disagreement to Consensus
Perspectives on Conflicts: Origins, Management and Resolution
Technology and Entrepreneurship
Financial Markets and Institutions
Cross-Cultural Business Management (Chinese Class)
Marketing and Consuming Culture: Sports, Entertainment and Technology
Creativity, Innovation and Design
Sustainability and Corporate Social Responsibility
Korea-China Economic Relations and Trade (Chinese Class)

 

Economics
Class Time Subject Course Syllabus
Morning Behavioral Economics and the Economics of Altruism
Macroeconomics: policy and business after the financial crisis
Capital Markets
International Economics: Path to Balanced Growth
Afternoon Public Economics and Policy: Theory, Evidence and Behavioral Insights
Corporate Finance
Poverty, Inequality and Economic Growth
Understanding International Finance, the Global Economy and Exchange Rates

 

Social Science
Class Time Subject Course Syllabus
Morning Rational Choice Theory on Democracy
Cross-Cultural Perspectives on Good Life and Good Death
Afternoon Human Rights Across Borders
After BREXIT: The Future of Global Trade and Regional Cooperation
Applying Game Theory in International Relations

 

Engineering & Computer Science
Class Time Subject Course Syllabus
Morning Climate Change: Science, Technology and Policy
Technology, Society and Sustainability
Afternoon Climate Change: Science, Technology and Policy
Technology, Society and Sustainability

 

Data Science & Mathematics
Class Time Subject Course Syllabus
Morning Big Data: Technologies and Applications
Data Science and Management
Foundations of Statistics
Afternoon How the Mind Works – a Big Data Approach
Calculus Ι

 

Korean Language & Korean Studies
Class Time Subject Course Syllabus
Morning Korean Cinema and Contemporary Korean Society
Korean Language -Beginner (2 credits)
Afternoon Discover Korea: Korean Culture and History
Urban Sociology of Subcultural Neighborhoods in the City of Seoul
Korean Language -Beginner (2 credits)
Evening Discover Korea: Korean Culture and History
Korean Cinema and Contemporary Korean Society
Urban Sociology of Subcultural Neighborhoods in the City of Seoul
Korean Language -Beginner (2 credits)
Korean Language -Intermediate (2 credits)

 

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