- Common Core Courses
- Department of International Relations
- Department of Global Political Studies
- Municipal & Local Administration
- Economic Policy
- Statistical Data Science
- Department of Public Audit & Inspection Administration
- Department of Public Finance & Tax Policy
- Department of Social Security Administration
- Department of Human Settlement Economics
Common Core Courses
|Common Core Courses
|INTRODUCTION TO POLICY STUDIES
|It is a common core course of the graduate school, and it outlines the concept and theory of policy.
|This is a mandatory course which generally covers how to understand and utilize statistics. (Data Information majors are not allowed to take this course)
Common Core Courses for Non-thesis Track
|Common Core Courses for Non-thesis Track
|SEMINAR ON FOREIGN POLICY
|This course applies theories of foreign policy to analyzing international affairs relating to the Korean peninsula, thereby evaluating extant policies and exploring novel alternatives.
|THE THEORY AND UNDERSTANDING OF ECONOMIC POLICY
|This course is designed to provide the students with the knowledge and skills necessary to pursue thr right maket economy order and a sound national economy based on the economic theory of economics as a whole. And financial policy, and the application of the real economy to the economic policy.
|THE PRACTICE OF STATISTICS
|To cultivate the ability to analyze data, students will learn various statistical methods such as inference, hypothesis testing, correlation analysis, regression analysis and ANOVA in this course. R will be used during the course.
|SEMINAR ON POLICY PLANNING AND MANAGEMENT
|In this course, students learn about the importance of planning in govermental organiztion and theories and practical approaches and techniques for strategic planning and management for achieving organizional goals.
In this course, students learn about the importance of planning in governmental organizations and theories and practical approaches and techniques for strategic planning and management for achieving organizational goals.