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Japanese Language and Area Studies

1st Year
Japanese Language and Area Studies Curriculum
Category Code Courses Credits Abeek
Liberal Arts Essential A01282 English Communication 2.00
Students often feel overwhelmed with speaking English which is a major barrier for English learners. The new English Communication Course will help students build confidence and ultimately focus fully on communication by assisting with grammar, vocabulary, and comprehension. This course will not only improve the students’ confidence but will also prepare the students for the prerequisite course on English presentation.
Liberal Arts Essential A01284 Written Communication I 2.00
Communication skills are essential qualities required for academic and social life. To this end, this course was designed to develop comprehensive communication skills such as listening, speaking and reading, focusing on writing. In particular, in the case of writing, students will learn the basic elements of writing according to procedural steps, and learn various types of writing necessary for academic and social life through theory and practice. In the process, as a university student, you will increase your immersion in learning and have a meaningful writing experience by reading articles that are helpful in exploring the problems and values ??of ‘I’.
Basic Elective B01222 Understanding of General Linguistics 2.00
Linguistics studies the nature of language which is the medium of communication. This study is done in terms of universality and the government of language rules. By studying the unique features of the humanity of the language, we can better understand human beings as a talking and thinking animal.
Major Elective B01436 Introduction to Japanese Culture 2.00
In this class students will be able to be familiar to Japanese culture of foods, life, religion etc, and to see Japan with various points of view.
Major Elective B01910 Japanese conversation practice I 2.00
Japan's importance in the international community is no longer need to say once again. Nippon in the 21st century agenda should focus on their new state of South Korea and Japan have historically had nothing to do with a special relationships with the 21st century, but we are of the New JapanStrive to build on an equal footing with them and understand the current Japanese developed maintaining national of the negotiations stand at a time when to go. In that process, it would to become the most basic communication and mutual understanding, the start were focused on learning Japanese and the open. Japanese in here. ship Hyundai as to what it refers to as Mandarin, Japanese conversation class is her subjects is to master as a voice in Japanese language learners.
Major Elective B01912 Japanese practice composition I 2.00
Areas where learning Japanese foundation the semantic cross reference the two countries, in Japan language. The ability to write is in a sense the most comprehensive reading, writing and speaking and listening to learners because management can be written by assessing the exact composition.Realize the writing skills of learners.
Major Elective B01914 Basic Japanese practice I 2.00
This course is that laid the foundations of the Japanese character by subjects and sounds of Japanese as well knowledge of basic sentence pattern and basic foundation of reading and speaking and listening and writingTo study the grammar intensified in a simple conversation, go better by understanding and allowed them to set a foundation that can learn Japanese.
2nd year
Japanese Language and Area Studies Curriculum
Category Code Courses Credits Abeek
Major Essential B01552 Japanese Reading I 2.00
.Japanese Reading is to understand exactly the meaning of written Japanese. It needs grammatical, lexical Knowledge of intermediate levei. The contents are about fiction and nonfiction.
Major Essential B01663 Japanese Culture 2.00
For students who are majoring in Japanese language and Japanese literature, Japanese culture history is the most basic subject. The Japanese cultural history is a subject to enhance understanding of basic Japanese history, and the focus of the opening of the course is limited, rather than focusing on the phenomenon. To make this easier, we will look at the contents according to the period division.
Major Elective B01783 Japanese practical grammar 2.00
We learn the grammatical structure of the modern Japanese language. It includes Japanese morphology and syntax. Students will be provided with brief explanations about Japanese grammar and some questions to be solved in the course.
Major Essential B01827 Japanese ConversationI 2.00
This course aims to share a conversation using the correct sentence and vocabulary, expression of the advanced level. And to practice conversation in Japanese and smooth to suit a range of circumstances and purposes, it can promote communication skills and cultural understanding through the Japanese through and improve their international competitiveness.
Major Elective B01874 Project seminar I(Capstone design) 1.00
The purpose of this seminar is to further refine the areas of major and relevant areas that were not covered by various timescales due to various timescales. Each seminar focuses on the characteristics of each seminar.
Major Elective B01892 Current affairs Japanese I 2.00
Why should we focus on current events? It is because current events will be able to know the situation and the current situation of the world, such as politics, economy, society, and culture, regardless of inside and outside the country. and you can also understand trends in all areas. Therefore, in this course, we aim to grasp the latest current issues in Japan using media materials such as Japanese newspapers and news.
3rd year
Japanese Language and Area Studies Curriculum
Category Code Courses Credits Abeek
Major Elective B01829 Practical Japanese Conversation 2.00
This course is intended for students who do not participate in the international field trips. Immediately available for conversation practice in practice, using a high-level sentence patterns, vocabulary, expressions, aims to share a conversation correctly. Doctors with Japanese communication skills and through this so you can understand and promote the culture.
Major Elective B01835 Field Japanese composition 3.00
Power is subject to the acceptance of a high score in the neck adapted to the Japanese Language Proficiency Test conducted at the same time, Japanese-depth knowledge and the ability to systematically raise a hand once around the world each year. Exercise books distributed to students on the past 10 years been implemented in advance and it aims to acquire one released in the process of a variety of characters, such as vocabulary, grammar and phrases expressive style as a whole.
Major Elective B01836 Field Japanese Culture 3.00
Due to the diversification of the recent World has been raised is the need to approach Studies and foreign research center, unlike the past. Accordingly, in this department has conducted field trips abroad. In order to effectively learning to recognize the fact that there has been very important to understand the culture and history of the area. By setting the aim of this course students are to become operational will help greatly to research on the area and expand their specialty area.
Major Elective B01838 Field Japanese translation 3.00
The lesson to practice the translation of modern Japanese sentences into Korean. When the second year of study, and writing, Reading, noted the comprehensive statement such as the one identified based on the similarity of grammar, especially sheep languages to its underlying meaning and it is time to try to correct identified. Modern contact excerpts Jung Su-ra interesting theme that can be analyzed and discussed.
Major Elective B01849 Japanese Modern literature 2.00
Japanese literature and used and medieval and modern and modern for a total of five seasons can be divided. In this course of them brought into the Japanese and western technology and culture since the Meiji Restoration of 1868, concentrated on the literature, beginning to affect learning.
Major Elective B01876 Project seminar III(Capstone design) 1.00
The purpose of this seminar is to further refine the areas of major and relevant areas that were not covered by various timescales due to various timescales. Each seminar focuses on the characteristics of each seminar.
Major Elective B01916 Field Japanese and Life in Japan 3.00
Acquire the knowledge necessary for living in Japan in order to carry out local learning in Japan more efficiently. Although Korea and Japan have similar living cultures, there are many differences in the living environment and cultural details, so we will understand and learn from various cases.
4th year
Japanese Language and Area Studies Curriculum
Category Code Courses Credits Abeek
Teacher Training A01153 Japanese Education Studies in Teaching Materials and Teaching Methods 3.00
Major Elective B01560 Japanese Literature and Society 2.00
Japanese literature, ranging from ancient to modern, is understood from the social perspectives of its respective times and how its works are represented in today's visual culture, theater culture, mass media, and music.Japanese literature, as an ancient art that observes the historical, social and cultural significance of a work, maintains an inextricable relationship with the contemporary society by observing its historical, social and cultural significance, rather than dealing with its literary nature itself.
Major Elective B01651 Japanese Marketing 2.00
To foster practical knowledge concerning the exploration of the Japanese market, this course invited best-in-class external experts to teach students about trade and provides team-titling. Develop an understanding of enterprise sites and improve job opportunities for students
Major Elective B01832 Topics Japanese translation 2.00
In this course the learner will practice the skills learned in the translation into practice through a variety of patterns and basic theory of translation work to be successful in business practices come after graduation. Improved selection of appropriate vocabulary skills through the same lexical representation contrast to the exact same translation, sector specialized vocabulary improvement, through training and improve expressive power of translation requires practice on a variety of topics.
Major Elective B01878 Project seminar V(Capstone design) 1.00
The purpose of this seminar is to further refine the areas of major and relevant areas that were not covered by various timescales due to various timescales. Each seminar focuses on the characteristics of each seminar.
Major Elective B01917 International Relations in Modern Japan 2.00
Let's take a broad look at the international relations of modern and contemporary Japan. In the process of Japan's isolation policy and opening of ports, the Meiji Restoration to modernization, and the annexation of Korea and Japan, we will investigate changes in the traditional East Asian order. Then, understand and learn about Japan's international relations from World War II to the present day.
Major Elective B01918 Contemporary Japanese Society and Popular Culture 2.00
After briefly examining the flow of popular culture that has evolved with the advent of modern Japanese mass society, we will learn about the genre of modern popular culture. Japanese popular culture is deeply related to important political, economic and social events as well as the atmosphere of the times from the Meiji era to the present day. It should also be noted that it is related to the media, which has developed dramatically in the 20th century. That is why we deepen our cultural understanding of each field such as Japanese movies, broadcasting, TV dramas, manga, anime, music, the Internet, and games.

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