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Korean Literature in Classical Chinese

For more details on the courses, please refer to the Course Catalog

교육과정
Code Course Title Credit Learning Time Division Degree Grade Note Language Availability
CCS3011 Techno-Cultural Studies 3 6 Major Bachelor 3-4 Cross-cultural Studies Korean Yes
This course focuses on learning the viewpoint of Techno-Cultural studiest through various theories and modern phenomenon. After exploring how technology has influenced on the change of society from the basis, we expect students will expand the range of thought to individual subject and object. We will go through philosophy of technology and handle 'artificial intelligence', 'post-human', 'techno feminism', from the perspective of 'science and technology studies' and 'cultural studies'.
CHS2004 Humanities and creative thinking 1 2 Major Bachelor 1-4 Challenge Semester - No
The fourth industrial revolution is expected to accelerate the development of a hyper-connected society. IT technologies will enable various applications in our society with intelligent network connecting human, data, and objects. In such environment, companies will continue to strive to discover value-adding services for customers. This course is intended to help students enhance the understanding of human(customer) instinct as well as business and creativity through the lens of humanities.
CLA2002 Introduction of East Asian Classis 3 6 Major Bachelor 2-3 Liberal Arts Korean Yes
This course aims to reorient paradigms of East Asian classical studies and place premodern time Korean literature among East Asian Classics by reexamining it from a script and text level. We will particularly select the literary works that address the issues of "Achievement of Common Good and Re-evaluation of Classical Culture in East Asia." This course will focus on premodern cannon and classical culture and the problematic of the common in modern Korean literature, Japanese literature, and Chinese literature also highlighting in particular the intertextuality of three countries's culture under the premodern east asian societies.
CLA2003 Reading the Literary Classics 3 6 Major Bachelor 2-4 Liberal Arts Korean,Korean Yes
This course is devoted to understanding the literary classics by reading and discussing a variety of representative works from Eastern and Western traditional and modern cultures. It requires a substantial amount of reading, writing, participation in discussions, and (possibly) individual presentations to the class. Timely reading is essential for class discussions, and students are expected to read at least one book every two weeks. The students are encouraged to articulate the ways literary work reflects the historical period and the culture that produced it; and more importantly, why this work is still relevant.
CLA3001 Liberal arts Co-op 1 2 4 Major Bachelor 3-4 Liberal Arts - No
Field practice to utilize knowledge accumulated from classroom studies for real world problems(for 2 weeks)
CLA3002 Liberal arts Co-op2 3 6 Major Bachelor 3-4 Liberal Arts Korean Yes
Field practice to utilize knowledge accumulated from classroom studies for real world problems(for 4 weeks)
CLA3003 Liberal arts Co-op3 4 8 Major Bachelor 3-4 Liberal Arts - No
Field practice to utilize knowledge accumulated from classroom studies for real world problems(for 6 weeks)
CLA3004 Liberal arts Co-op4 5 10 Major Bachelor 3-4 Liberal Arts - No
Field practice to utilize knowledge accumulated from classroom studies for real world problems(for 8 weeks)
CLA3005 Liberal arts Co-op5 9 18 Major Bachelor 3-4 Liberal Arts Korean Yes
Field practice to utilize knowledge accumulated from classroom studies for real world problems(for 24 weeks)
CLA3006 Global Leadership for Humanities 2 4 Major Bachelor 2-4 Liberal Arts - No
This course is global leadership training through the lecture and internship at International Organization, Global Corporation etc).
CLA3007 East Asian Modern Classics 3 6 Major Bachelor 3-4 Liberal Arts Korean Yes
In this course, we will read and analyze modern East Asian Classics/Canon in the original language and the translated text also. We will particularly select the literary works that address the issues of "Achievement of Common Good and Re-evaluation of Classical Culture in East Asia." This course will focus on modern cannon and classical culture and the problematic of the common in modern Korean literature, Japanese literature, and Chinese literature also highlighting in particular the intertextuality of three countries between the late 19th and contemporary. For example, Linguistic imperialism, nationalism, colonialism and the problems of wartime collaboration will be read through the Japanese, Chinse and Korean languages work of authors writing in the lats two centuries.
CLA3106 Korean Literature and East Asian Literatures in Translations 3 6 Major Bachelor 2-4 Liberal Arts - No
Korean Literature and East Asian Literature are now reading as world literature or global literature beyond their own national literature. This course is a lecture to read and discuss key issues of Korean literature and East Asian literature by reading translated texts and source texts. Students will review significant events and issues in modern East Asia through their native language or translated texts. This course is offered as part of the CAMPUS Asia Project, and is recognized as a Major course for all students in College of Liberal Arts. This course is designed for Korean students and foreign student, therefore all grades will be given an absolute evaluation based on their achievement.
CLA5001 Exercises in Classical Chinese1 1 3 Major Master/Doctor 1-4 Liberal Art - No
Four consecutive courses of will train graduate students of various majors such as Korean Studies, East Asian Studies, Social Sciences, and History of Science, to cultivate the ability to comprehend original texts written in Chinese characters of their own major field. This course is not just training students in comprehension of the texts, but also cultivating the ability to identify the bibliographical characteristics of the material and linguistic characteristics of Classical Chinese written, which eventually will lead students to perform more scientific understandings of Classical Chinese texts. will cover texts of Canon(經) among traditional classification methods, Canon(經), History(史), Teachers(子), Collections(集). Students will obtain a general understanding of Canon texts with bibliographical knowledge, and develop comprehension by understanding the transformation of the texts over time and characteristics of Classical Chinese writing determined by detailed classification, which overall enhances the literacy of classical chinese texts.
CLA5002 Exercises in Classical Chinese2 1 3 Major Master/Doctor Liberal Art Korean Yes
Four consecutive courses of will train graduate students of various majors such as Korean Studies, East Asian Studies, Social Sciences, and History of Science, to cultivate the ability to comprehend original texts written in Chinese characters of their own major field. This course is not just training students in comprehension of the texts, but also cultivating the ability to identify the bibliographical characteristics of the material and linguistic characteristics of Classical Chinese written, which eventually will lead students to perform more scientific understandings of Classical Chinese texts. will cover texts of History(史) among traditional classification methods, Canon(經), History(史), Teachers(子), Collections(集). Students will obtain a general understanding of Canon texts with bibliographical knowledge, and develop comprehension by understanding the transformation of the texts over time and characteristics of Classical Chinese writing determined by detailed classification, which overall enhances the literacy of classical chinese texts.
CLA5003 Exercises in Classical Chinese3 1 3 Major Master/Doctor 1-4 Liberal Art Korean Yes
Four consecutive courses of will train graduate students of various majors such as Korean Studies, East Asian Studies, Social Sciences, and History of Science, to cultivate the ability to comprehend original texts written in Chinese characters of their own major field. This course is not just training students in comprehension of the texts, but also cultivating the ability to identify the bibliographical characteristics of the material and linguistic characteristics of Classical Chinese written, which eventually will lead students to perform more scientific understandings of Classical Chinese texts. will cover texts of Teachers(子) among traditional classification methods, Canon(經), History(史), Teachers(子), Collections(集). Students will obtain a general understanding of Canon texts with bibliographical knowledge, and develop comprehension by understanding the transformation of the texts over time and characteristics of Classical Chinese writing determined by detailed classification, which overall enhances the literacy of classical chinese texts.