The International Trade & Investment degree program is designed to meet the growing need for international trade specialists in Korea and abroad. It focuses on a deeper comprehension of the interaction among different societal actors in shaping the international trade environment and the processes that both cause and affect it. Students are expected to become knowledgeable in the macro and micro level on global trade and investment issues and topics.
The International Business degree program offers a curriculum that caters to those who wish to pursue internationally oriented careers in various kinds of private and public sectors dealing primarily in international business and management. The degree program emphasizes on training its students to develop a wider understanding on both government and non-government agencies, how corporations interact with each other and how it conducts its decisions and policies in various environments.
The Development Cooperation degree program prepares its students to be expertly engaged in future work on various multilateral and bilateral international organizations with a special emphasis on international development. Through an interdisciplinary wide array of courses in the fields of politics, economics, and culture, students are to acquire a broader understanding of the different process of development in both the developed and developing world.
The International Relations degree program aims to train its students to better cope with the ever-changing dynamics of international affairs. This degree program is designed for those who are interested in defense policy, diplomatic affairs and relations, international conflict, and international conflict. Students in this program are trained to have expertise in analyzing various functional global and transnational issues through a comprehensive and inclusive focus on different realms of the international arena.
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