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College of Management & Economics

Department of Business Administration Major in Business Administration
Major in Accounting and Taxation
Major in Information Management
Department of International Trade and Aviation Services
Department of Hotel, Tourism, and Foodservice Management
 - Major in Hotel and Tourism Management
 - Major in Culinary and Foodservice Management

Department of Business Administration
The department teaches professional knowledge, ability, and aptitude for being business managers with managing knowledge and technique. In this 21st century knowledge-information society, students will study IT, and information and communication, and furthermore they will understand new academic trends. Students graduate with academic theory and practical knowledge so they can make reasonable decisions and cope with changes in business environment. Welcome to business administration department. We fully support students to become respectable managers. We sincerely hope you will reach your full potential.

Objectives of Education
The department teaches academic theories and practical knowledge which apply to businesses and various organizations. First, students study analytic approaches to business administration and rational ways of decision making. Second, we teach creative ways of thinking and means of self-development for producing specialists who have a balanced vision of the changes in business environments. Lastly, when they complete this course, they will develop academically and contribute to the development of the country.

Educational Contents
In the management section, we teach professional knowledge of management, logic, and techniques of management to develop business managers with abilities and skills. The demand on management majors has increased in modern society, so the department teaches management theory and its application. Graduates have a wide range of career choices. By studying about enterprises which are the essential power of national competition, academic theory, and practices which are useful in applying organization-management, students are able to make rational decisions and use creative thinking to affect changes in this field. Accounting is the field which helps managers and their associates understand financial information correctly and make rational decisions. To reach these goals the department has programs for cultivating specialists who understand the theory and practice of financial accounting, management accounting, tax accounting, accounting information systems, and auditing. In information management, the department teaches essential knowledge of information management. First, we nurture on-the-job specialists. Second, we cultivate specialists who have knowledge of planning, managing, and developing information systems to apply to on-the-job to problem solving. Third, by winning professional licenses in e-commerce and information management, they have actual management ability.

Career Path
Graduates who complete management course enter these fields: finance, service business, manufacturing, government offices, and public enterprise. To extend their academic capacity, some students enter graduate schools at home and abroad. The demand of accounting major is increasing for managing resources effectively and watching company movement. Graduates of our accounting course get employment as accounting specialists, tax specialists, managing consultants, government officers, accounting and financial specialists in non-profit organization, professors, and researchers. Information majors have jobs as management consultants, information management specialists, e-business specialists, information security specialists, and information system specialists. Students are able to get licenses like electronic commerce managers, information researchers, information technology specialists, information processing managers, and CPA��s. They get positions as information technology specialists in enterprise, public offices, and educational institutions.

Department of Global Economics and Commerce
As a member of WTO and OECD, the status of the country has grown internationally, and securing national competitiveness is no longer a debatable proposition. In modern society, it is necessary to have the ability to understanding economic flow, grasp economic rules and problems, and make reasonable judgments. Thus to meet the demands of the times the department strives to produce leaders who understand world economic trends, the current situation of the national economy, and international business, and who are able to contribute to national and world development. We live in a more competitive society. For the young who plan to enter a world trade market, it is essential to have problem solving skills and an ability to think rationally. To produce these young leaders the department will teach on the cutting edge of economics and make them a driving force in world commerce.

Objectives of Education
In 2014 the department of economics and finance and the department of international commerce combined to become the department of global economics and commerce. The educational course is divided into two parts, the study of economics and finance, and the study of international commerce. Economical concepts and knowledge of commerce are two essential fields to understand human desire and to manage the effective selection of limited resources. The aim of global economics and commerce is to teach economics and finance, and to let graduates get employment in academic institutions and government offices of business and finance. The aim of international commerce is to teach about the contemporary global business environment and to acquire executive commerce abilities.

Educational Contents
Economics is a study which observes family, business, and national economic phenomena and reveals rules that can be applied to practical situations. Students will learn the most appropriate economic means to run family business, to manage enterprises, and to rule a nation. The area of economics and finance is a newly born academic field which combines economics and finance, prepares students to become specialists in foreign investment and financial markets with various educational courses. In this age of exchange rate wars, trade wars between countries, and an open door policy on economic activity, the field of international commerce prepares students to work in service areas such as international finance, international circulation, and international resources, and to be specialists in international investment and the management of international finance affairs. We also train students to have comprehensive vision and knowledge of world economy and to respond to the changing environment of economic order. In addition to theory and practice, we will teach foreign languages to cope with unexpected problems which they will meet in world markets.

Career Path
Graduates work in various fields: domestic and overseas business, financial companies, government offices. Some graduates establish their own business. As commerce specialists, graduates get employment the following areas: 1. Management of distribution in trading companies, logistics companies, and airports 2. Global business specialists in financial institutes, multinational companies, and international finance institutions 3. Government officers in the field of economy, industry, finance, and distribution 4. Office staff in UN, WTO, IMF, and OECD 5. Planners of Internet marketing, managing agents in establishing electronic commerce systems, developers of on-line contents, and network specialists 6. Consultants of founding distribution centers 7. Field managers in franchise businesses.

Department of Hotel and Tourism Management
Since 1984 when the department of tourism management was founded, the department has evolved to the department of hotel and tourism management which has three sub-majors: tourism-leisure management, hotel convention management, and restaurant management. Excellent students and graduates from overseas countries and domestic areas display their talents in various fields. With the policy of internationalization, we support our students to take internship courses while attending or after graduation. This is a necessary step toward leading the world in this field. To lead the national and world tourism industry, we do our best to make ours a world class department.

Objectives of Education
* To train students to lead in sightseeing and leisure culture * To have a comprehensive grasp at judging various issues in the hotel and tourism field * To set goals and to cultivate abilities for reaching goals * To gain command of foreign languages and to comprehend international trends in the hotel and tourism field * To master the ability to gather information and apply it in order to be specialists in the field

Educational Contents
The department reinforces an on-the-job education in hotels, conventions, restaurants, and tourism-leisure industries. Freshmen and sophomores study basic theories, and courses for juniors and seniors focus on on-the-job subjects. Foreign language courses are also allotted for juniors and seniors. To provide quality service to foreigners, the department will give students chances to understand foreign cultures, and make them improve foreign language skills.

Career Path
Graduates get employment in travel agencies, airliners, hotels, international festivals and events, theme parks, and resorts. They also start up restaurant business, manage restaurant business, and give counsel to restaurant management and food coordination. Administrative organs like Korea National Tourist Organization and the Ministry of Culture and Tourism, and government research institutions are the areas they enter.

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