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Arts Foundation Department

Arts Foundation Department

00140 Oriental Art
This class is an overview of the major ideas in Asian art from ancient times to the modern era, and looks into the nature of aesthetic experience, kinds of beauty, artistic creation, format and contents, aesthetic value, criticism and standards of art history.
00151 Western Art
This class examines the general flow of Western art such as music, art, literature, and theater ranging ancient times to the modern era in the relationships with society, culture and science. It also provides an opportunity for a specific art major to understand other arts by learning the basic knowledge and develops the basic knowledge of art humanities.
00220 00221 World Cultures and Arts: Ethnic and Regional ArtsⅠ, Ⅱ
Only if the globalization of culture has been fundamental for the understanding and experiencing other cultures, the effectiveness and prospects can be robust. This class will introduce a variety of local cultural arts in Asia, Europe, Africa and the Americas that have become world cultural arts as a result of negotiation among different human beings, cultures and societies and mutual interaction from cross-cultural perspectives.
00222 A New Understanding of Science and Arts
This class aims to help students understand an overview of science and its experience by examining developments of the science in terms of ‘areas and topics’ and further facilitate mutual communication with arts. To attain this, it will theoretically begin to recognize differences in the basic concepts of science, technology and arts and help students experience according to developmental origins how major science subjects can have been developed on their levels. In addition, even with science itself, it will look at not only the detailed development of its subordinate science, but trends where they interact with each other and try a new type of convergence. Finally, the class will require arts majors to discuss how science, technology and art come together in ‘creativity’. Students will make presentations by envisioning small-scale projects.
00126 Aesthetics
Aesthetics consists of theories of beauty and arts. The theory of beauty deals with the politics of beauty, the values of beauty, attitudes about beauty, the experiences of beauty , and objectiveness of value judgments, while the theory of art deals with definition of art, art-related theories, the origin of inspiration, and the relationship between artists, artwork, and the viewing public. The class will teach how issues that appear in aesthetics can be addressed in the terms of the characteristics in each artistic genre, and how they can be expressed through content and form in the structure of specific works of art.
00199 Special Studies in the Philosophy of Art
This class explores relationships between time, space and life, rhythm and energy in the integrated viewpoint of all ages, and countries with art-related specific subjects including Alchemy of Fire, Madness, Eros, Cosmos, and Festivals.
00081 Art and Psychology
This class helps art majors create and interpret works of art and understand art that is outside of their own major by contemplating different themes and phenomenon including the creation of art, works of art, and the consumers of art through various psychological perspectives. In addition, it provides them with an objective opportunity to explore humanity
00189 World History
In globalization, understanding the world and others is essential. This class helps overcome both the Western-centric view of the world and non-Western peripheral countries or as products of asymmetric power relations between modern Western world and non-Western world or the center country and surrounding countries, see a multidimensional correlation with various humans, societies and cultures and develop a historical consciousness for global talent that is capable of collectively understanding and critically reflecting on all the issues.
00189 World History
In globalization, understanding the world and others is essential. This class helps overcome both the Western-centric view of the world and non-Western peripheral countries or as products of asymmetric power relations between modern Western world and non-Western world or the center country and surrounding countries, see a multidimensional correlation with various humans, societies and cultures and develop a historical consciousness for global talent that is capable of collectively understanding and critically reflecting on all the issues.
00181 Oriental Philosophy
This class examines the fundamentals of Indian and Chinese philosophies, the ideological roots of Koreanology, and the two branches of the Asian ideology centering on humanity, nature, society and history. It also explores how Eastern views of the world and humans succeed and develop in a creative manner.
00198 Western Philosophy
The process of modernization of a country tended to be a process of Westernization and thus looking back the Western ideological trajectory which began with Greek and Jewish philosophy, the two major branches of Western ideology. This course helps student grasp the fundamentals of a Western view of the world and humanity, in particular humanity, nature, society and history.
00179 Life and Education
Any human who is a teacher or student is doing something which is a privilege. However, when it comes to a question as to what an education is about, there is little agreement. This class aims to diagnose the absence of educational theory in the phenomenon and interpret how an education, in an intrinsic theoretical context, is necessary to understand a human life and how it further develops it. The established perspective of education will contribute to helping students of the arts to reflect on their lives and increase their quality of educational life. It also provides a significant foundation for a professional artist or those who work in the culture arts industry to proceed in his or her role.
00223 Present and Future of the Korean Cultural Content
Today the Korean Wave is expanding and continues on the basis of future-oriented historical consciousness that can harmonize the Korean particularity and universality in the world. This class explores introspective and creative solutions that enable students to deeply understand various materials of the Korean cultural assets and reproduce into a cultural asset able to be shared with other citizens in the global community. Furthermore, it requires the development of characters in each theme, a figure or an object, or produces an example of storytelling to increase a student’s competence to create another wave in the Korean Wave of cultural arts through combination or creation of liberal imagination that brings unique and attractive aspects of each character to life and cultural times and spaces.
00202 Wednesday Special Lecture
This class examines how the lives and cultural arts of people with sophisticated achievements in each cultural arts sector communicate to establish their views of arts, job and the world. Additionally, self-study of culture, including performances, exhibitions, museums and readings, will help students establish their own perspectives on the art world.
00147 Formative Art Workshop
This class provides a non-formative art major with production experience in a workshop of the department, and further, with assignments that are expected to develop creativity and imagination. First, it teaches how wood, as a material, can be used to make a box and how to use machines and processing technologies in the workshop. Later, students are required to produce a work of their own using their individual imagination according to concepts taught in the class.
00217 A Comparative Study of Cultural Influences in Art Making
This class examines the effects of culture on art making, and the effects of clothing and fashion, storytelling, games, music, pictures and videos on humans. On the other hand, it looks at as to what has influenced the art making. In addition, it examines trends in today’s culture and what values these trends stem from. The class will be conducted in the forms of theory and workshop, and presentations by students with each completed scene will also be conducted.
00187 Introduction to Korean Traditional Culture
This class aims to determine how the splendid Korean culture has been expressed and the original form of the culture. For this to be achieved, it pursues the establishment of Korean identity and its international universality by examining as to how the founding myth, prehistoric culture, Buddhist culture, and Confucian culture, have influenced ritualistic beliefs, customs, literature, and music.
00224 00225 Experience of Korean Traditional Art I, II
The challenges of Korean modernization and globalization depend on whether the integration of an inherent culture with the ideological roots of a living tradition, together with a broad explanation of the world culture, can be reproduced. This class provides insights into the experience that can be a part of ourselves with the tradition rooted into the body through various experiences of the Korean traditional culture arts.
00134 Cyber TOEIC
This class helps students be professionally qualified in their major fields and various fields after graduation in custom-made online education with the aim of achieving higher TOEIC scores, and in offline education, grammar-based structure and listening.
00148 Visual Arts English
This class helps students prepare to become artists in this globalized world by teaching and practicing the visual art major in English.
00057 Practical EnglishⅠ
This class teaches students practical English that can be appropriately utilized in this globalized world. In other words, it conveys basic conversation necessary for daily living, allowing students to clearly deliver their opinions to anyone in any situation. Contents include listening and writing focusing on general conversation.
00058 Practical English Ⅱ
This class teaches students practical English that can be appropriately utilized in this globalized world. In other words, it conveys basic conversation necessary for daily living, allowing students to clearly deliver their opinions to anyone in any situation. Contents include listening and writing focusing on general conversation. (Advanced subjects of Practical English Ⅰ)
00157 Chinese Ⅰ
This class is a basic course in standard Chinese, and helps students learn and practice their vocabulary, grammar and various sentence structures. Basic reading and conversation, and comprehension of the structural characteristics of the language, are also covered.
00158 Chinese Ⅱ
This class is a basic course in standard Chinese, and helps students learn and practice their vocabulary, grammar and various sentence structures. Basic reading and conversation, and comprehension of the structural characteristics of the language, are also covered. (Advanced subjects of -2028182072 Chinese Ⅰ)
00159 Japanese Ⅰ
This class covers basic Japanese vocabulary, grammar and sentences composed of vocabulary frequently used in daily life. It is intended to promote an interest in the language.
00160 Japanese Ⅱ
This class covers basic Japanese vocabulary, grammar and sentences composed of vocabulary frequently used in daily life. It is intended to promote an interest in the language. (Advanced subjects of -2028182070 Japanese Ⅰ)
00161 Spanish Ⅰ
This class covers basic Spanish vocabulary, grammar and sentences composed of vocabulary frequently used in daily life. It is intended to promote an interest in the language.
00162 Spanish Ⅱ
This class covers basic Spanish vocabulary, grammar and sentences composed of vocabulary frequently used in daily life. It is intended to promote an interest in the language. (Advanced subjects of -2028182069 Spanish -2028182069 Ⅰ)
00180 Writing
Though we are living in a time when knowledge of foreign languages is a requirement for globalization, there is increasingly a need to recognize the importance of the proper use of the Korean language. This writing class is a required course in liberal arts that is designed to teach the fundamentals of writing necessary for all students.
00227 Understanding Storytelling
This class is an outline for students who are taking the major ‘storytelling interdisciplinary program’. It examines how existing narrative literatures, in the ever-changing media environment, have transformed since the emergence of new media and the convergence of broadcasting communication. It also helps students understand the characteristics of ‘storytelling’ as a proper technique of story creation for a new generation in new media.
00228 Case Studies of Storytelling
Although ‘storytelling’ has always been considered important, this course will provide an explanation of what can specifically be new ways of storytelling for the new media generation, and how successful these can be. It will examine the possibility of a new methodology by helping students understand the new kinds of storytelling of the new media generation, and analyzing successful examples of specific contents in different media.
00226 Job and Career
For artists, a sense of professionalism is very important, and a work of art cannot be described as anything other than the result of this sense. This class helps students examine ‘the spirit of an artist’ by studying the remarkable works of local artists. Students then can building upon this foundation and create their own works of art. In addition, the class will provide students with a variety of skills to better explore their career options and gain the practical competence necessary for securing employment upon graduation.
00213 Music Therapy
Music contains both the facets of art and therapy. This course helps expand the scope of artistic expression and enable a subject to feel a sense of spirituality through creative experiences and transforming one’s life into one of reconciliation and positive energy.
00214 Art Therapy
Art contains both the facets of art and therapy. This course helps expand the scope of artistic expression and enable a subject to feel a sense of spirituality through creative experiences and transforming one’s life into one of reconciliation and positive energy.
00215 Dance Therapy
Dance contains both the facets of art and therapy. This course helps expand the scope of artistic expression and enable a subject to feel a sense of spirituality through creative experiences and transforming one’s life into one of reconciliation and positive energy.
00216 Drama Therapy
Drama contains both the facets of art and therapy. This course helps expand the scope of artistic expression and enable a subject to feel a sense of spirituality through
00129 Art and Law
This class teaches students who are looking to join the cultural arts industry the basic legal knowledge needed in the field, as well as various aspects of intellectual property rights (copyright, patents).
00046 Introduction to the Education
The basic questions of education include what an education is, why we need an education, what kinds of people we are expecting to cultivate through education, what challenges are faced by education today, and what roles an education shall play in future society. Students will be presented with these issues and will be asked to find answers on their own. The course also helps students to cultivate their education through practical means. Course contents include summaries of educational philosophy, educational psychology, educational administration, a theory of teaching, educational curriculum, and educational assessment.
00047 Practical Education Methodology
This class teaches students basic knowledge and technologies of pedagogy which a teacher must be equipped with. Contents include theory of educational methodology, the theory of learning, teaching and instructional planning cartography, practical teaching methods, and teaching the use of media.