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French Language and Area Studies

1st Year
French Language and Area Studies Curriculum
Category Code Courses Credits Abeek
Liberal Arts Elective A00075 Introduction to Philosophy 2.00
The objectives of this introductory course are to learn the definition of philosophy, study some of important historical events in the field of philosophy, and apply the principles from the course to real-life examples. In this course, the relationship between philosophy and sciences, different views by philosophers about the truth, and the methodology and its development are introduced. Finally, some of current ethical and philosophical issues are examined from the view of an individual reflection, and societal perspective.
Liberal Arts Elective A00979 The Korean history and culture 2.00
This course encourages the students to make a cultural approach towards history and develop a deep understanding of the Korean history and culture. It tries to understand the structure, individuals, social systems and human practice in an integrated fashion rather than pursuing cultural history as a disciplinary history. It also interprets the events and cultural phenomena in the past and uses the findings to understand the present and have visions for the future.
Major Elective B00551 French Pronunciation Practice I 2.00
Major Elective B00553 Basic French Conversation I 2.00
Major Essential B00597 Elementary French I 3.00
Basic Elective B01221 Special Topics in Literature 2.00
This course is designed to provide students with a general understanding and appreciation of English literature. The course leads students to learn the fundamental characters of literature and appreciate various genres of literature. Moreover, students will practice to interpret each selected literary text with their own eyes and show their own critical point of views on each literary text.
Basic Elective B01226 Understanding Western Culture 2.00
This course is an introduction to Western culture in social, philosophical, and political contexts. The goal of this course is to develop a more rounded perception of how westerners behave, and more specifically, how they behave in comparison with East Asians. By the end of this course, the student will be able to engage in discussion about logic, philosophy, debate, science, politics, and religion from a western perspective. It is imperative that all students attempt to understand such topics by embracing the spirit of the course through group dialoue. Thus, full class participation is not only required, but fully necessary.
Major Elective B01378 Comprehension of French 2.00
2nd year
French Language and Area Studies Curriculum
Category Code Courses Credits Abeek
Liberal Arts Elective A00038 Introduction to Writing and Reporting 2.00
Fundamentally, Speakings and Writings must stand on the formality under the their rules. The course should teach the students the basics of formal and academic Korean writings. Students should, by the end of the course, be familiar with the elements of a well-constructed Korean paragraph. Secondarily, students should have knowledge of how a series of paragraph fit together in a unified, coherent formal and academic reports. The course should emphasis that in order to write well in reports, one must learn to speakings through logical thinking.
Liberal Arts Elective A00118 Information Culture in the Contemporary Society 2.00
This lecture aims to understand information society from the cultural perspective. The main components of this lecture are two. One is to understand the positive and negative aspects of information society. The other is to cultivate the students' mind to convert the existing information society into the better one.
Liberal Arts Essential A01116 Reading and Writing in English 2.00
The primary focus of this course is to cultivate students' reading ability and to develop their writing ability through various materials concerning human and social sciences as well as natural sciences. Moreover, this course is designed to improve students' understanding about British and American culture.
Major Essential B00560 Basic French Composition 2.00
Major Elective B00561 Audiovisual French Conversation 2.00
Major Elective B00562 French Listening Practice I 2.00
Major Elective B00563 Understanding French Structure 2.00
Major Elective B00564 French Prose Reading 2.00
Major Elective B00565 Current Life in France 2.00
3rd year
French Language and Area Studies Curriculum
Category Code Courses Credits Abeek
Major Elective B00578 French Phonemes Comprehension 3.00
Major Elective B00579 French Best Novels Appreciation 3.00
Major Elective B00580 French Literary Trends Comprehension I 3.00
Major Elective B00586 Project Seminar I 1.00
Major Elective B01473 Overseas Training in Advanced French Expression 3.00
Major Elective B01474 Overseas Training in Advanced Understanding French 3.00
Major Elective B01475 Overseas Training in Advanced French Composition 3.00
Major Elective B01547 FRENCH CONTEMPORARY POLITICS AND ECONOMICS 2.00
CE COURS TRAVAILLE LA POLITIQUE ET LA ECONOMIE DE FRANCE. ALORS, LES ETUDIANTS COMPRENNENT LA POLITIQUE ET LA ECONOMIE DE FRANCE.
Major Elective B01575 GLOBAL TALENTS DEVELOPMENT 1.00
Major Elective B01689 Civilisation Francaise 3.00
Comprehension de la civilisation Francaise a travers le temps.
Major Elective B01690 Expression ecrite libre 3.00
Evaluation du niveau de l'expression ecrite dirigee.
Major Elective B01691 Comprehension de l'ecrit 3.00
Evaluation du nieau de la comprehension de l'ecrit.
Major Elective B01692 Conversation Francaise de haut niveau I 2.00
Evaluaion de la capacite de la conversation francaise de haute niveau.
4th year
French Language and Area Studies Curriculum
Category Code Courses Credits Abeek
Major Elective B00590 french best Poems appreciation 3.00
Major Elective B00592 Seminar III 1.00
Major Elective B01478 French Linguistics' Trends 2.00
Major Elective B01694 Conversation Francaise de haut niveau III 2.00
Evaluation de la capacite de la conversation francaise de haute niveau.

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