교과목


  • MGT 690 Master's Research [석사논문연구]
    This course is related with the students graduate thesis and dissertation. As such, students should be actively working in a laboratory setting and gaining experience through hands-on experimentation.
  • MGT 890 Doctoral's Research [박사논문연구]
    This course is related with the students graduate thesis and dissertation. As such, students should be actively working in a laboratory setting and gaining experience through hands-on experimentation.
  • MGE501 Information Management & Analytics [정보관리 및 분석]
    In this course, students will study how information is produced and managed in enterprises. Main topics discussed include: the principles of information management; information management technologies; techniques to analyze information needs and use; and the social and ethical context of information management.
  • MGE502 Statistical Programming [통계프로그래밍]
    This course will provide students with analytical and decision making skills through a variety of topics in statistics and optimization modeling. Underlying theory for statistical analysis and its business applications will be emphasized. This helps students evaluate and handle business situations with statistics in mind. As a result, students will be well prepared to describe and analyze data for decision makings in business fields such as marketing, operations, and finance. This course aims to teach students programming techniques for managing, and summarizing data, and reporting results.
  • MGE503 Advanced Data Mining [고급 데이터마이닝]
    Data mining is the process of discovering new patterns from large data sets involving methods at the intersection of artificial intelligence, machine learning, statistics and database systems. The basic data mining techniques and their use in a business context will be addressed. Furthermore, an advanced topic in data mining (i.e. process mining) will also discussed in the class.
  • MGE504 Business Modeling and Decision Making [비즈니스 모델링 및 의사결정]
    This course will enable students to build deterministic and probabilistic models of business problems that lead to making better managerial decisions. Students will acquire the necessary skills to analyze complex business situations, develop mathematical models of those situations, explore and prioritize alternative solutions through formalized approaches, and do “what if?” sensitivity analysis to gain insight into why the chosen solution makes business sense. Among the topics covered will be linear and integer programming, dynamic programming, non-linear optimization, Monte Carlo simulation, decision analysis and utility theory, and multi-criteria decision making.
  • MGE505 Mathematical Programming [수리계획법]
    This course provides an introduction to the optimization problems, algorithms and techniques, emphasizing basic methodologies and the underlying mathematical structures. The main subjects covered include basic linear programming, nonlinear programming, network flow problems, dynamic optimization, and applications.
  • MGE506 Supply Chain Management [공급망관리]
    Derived from domestic and global competition, firms in many industries seek to create innovative ways to move products from raw materials through the manufacturing process to customers more efficiently and effectively. Such innovation has been facilitated by the development of information technology. The firms redesign their supply chains to collect, process, transmit, share, and use a large amount of information with efficacy. Still others are focusing on cooperative relationships among all the players in the value chain and bypassing unneeded stages. This course examines many of the recent innovations in this area with an emphasis on technologies
  • MGE507 Optimization Theory [최적화 이론]
    Disciplined thought is often based on analytical models: simplified, quantitative depictions of a complex reality that allow you to focus your attention on a few key issues. Management runs on numbers and models. This course covers the strengths and weaknesses of these quantitative models. Furthermore this course focuses on models built using spreadsheets and, in particular, concentrates on optimization of spreadsheet models. Finally this course will instruct students on the use of discrete event simulation to model phenomena subject to random influences.
  • MTH501 Real analysis [실해석학]
    Real analysis is fundamental to many of the other courses in applied mathematics. Topics include metric spaces, Banach spaces, measure theory, and the theory of integration and differentiation.
  • MTH503 Probability and stochastic processes [확률 및 확률 과정론]
    Basic and advanced theories in probability and stochastic processes will be covered including expectation, conditional probability, law of large numbers, central limit theorem, markov chains, martingales, and Brownian motions.
  • MTH505 Numerical Analysis and applications [수치해석 및 응용]
    This course emphasizes the development of basic numerical algorithms for common problems formulated in science and engineering. The course covers interpolation and approximation of functions, numerical differentiation and integration, numerical solutions of ordinary differential equations and direct and iterative methods in linear algebra.
  • MTH509 Partial Differential Equations [편미분방정식]
    This course covers the theory of the classical partial differential equations, the method of characteristics for first order equations, the Fourier transform, the theory of distributions in Sobolev spaces, and techniques of functional analysis.
  • MTH511 Numerical Methods for partial differential equations I [편미분방정식의 수치방법 I]
    Finite difference methods for solving ordinary and partial differential equations. Fundamental concepts of consistency, accuracy, stability and convergence of finite difference methods will be covered. Associated theory will be discussed.
  • MTH513 Dynamical systems [동적시스템]
    This course provides tools to characterize qualitative properties of linear and nonlinear dynamical systems in both continuous and discrete time. The course covers stability analysis of differential equations, Hamiltonian systems, Pointcare mapping, and Reduction methods.
  • MTH515 Mathematical Methods for Engineers [공학자를 위한 수학방법]
    This course provides concise introductions to mathematical methods for problems formulated in science and engineering. Some selected topics are functions of a complex variable, Fourier analysis, calculus of variations, perturbation methods, special functions, dimension analysis, tensor analysis.
  • MTH517 Stochastic Calculus and applications [확률 미적분과 응용]
    Brownian motion, Ito's rule, stochastic integrals, and stochastic differential equations as well as their numerical simulations are covered. Application to chemistry, finance and partial differential equations will be also included.
  • MTH531 Scientific Computing [과학계산]
    This course provides fundamental techniques in scientific computation with an introduction to the theory and software of the topics: Monte Carlo simulation, numerical linear algebra, numerical methods of ordinary and partial differential equations, Fourier and wavelet transform methods. This course may involve numerical coding assignments and some use of software packages.
  • TH591 Introduction to Mathematical Analysis [해석학 개론]
    This course is a beginning of the mathematics that includes the rigorous theories of differentiation, integration, sequences, infinite series, and limit of functions. These subjects are studied in the context of real numbers, complex numbers, and real and complex functions.
  • MGE551 Special Topics in ME I [ME 특론 I]
    This course introduces graduate students with current and special topics in Management Engineering.
  • MGE552 Special Topics in ME II [ME 특론 II]
    This course introduces graduate students with current and special topics in Management Engineering.
  • MGE553 Special Topics in ME III [ME 특론 III]
    This course introduces graduate students with current and special topics in Management Engineering.
  • MGE554 Special Topics in ME Ⅳ [ME 특론 Ⅳ]
    This course introduces graduate students with current and special topics in Management Engineering.
  • MGE555 Special Topics in ME Ⅴ [ME 특론 Ⅴ]
    This course introduces graduate students with current and special topics in Management Engineering.
  • MGT501 Microeconomic Theory [미시경제이론]
    The course offers graduate level students a systematic presentation of microeconomic theories. The use of mathematics to formulate and analyze economic models facilitates a more rigorous and thorough mastery of microeconomic theory. Mastery of these basic models of microeconomic analysis will provide students with the essential tools for solving a wide variety of applied economics and public policy problems. Topics will include consumer choice, firm behavior, market structure, game theory, factor markets and general equilibrium.
  • MGT502 Macroeconomic Theory [거시경제이론]
    This course aims to provide students a basic understanding of theoretical foundations of macroeconomics at the graduate level. This course introduces basic macroeconomic models that help students understand the interactions of key macroeconomics variables (output, prices, and employment) and the impact of macroeconomic policies. The topics will include economic fluctuation, economic growth, monetary and fiscal policies.
  • MGT511 Research Methodology [연구방법론]
    In this course, students will learn key issues and perspectives of scientific research methodology. The primary objective of this course is to provide the theoretical foundations and practical skills to effectively apply qualitative and quantitative research methods in business disciplines. It will help students formulate research questions, do independent literature research, analyze/interpret qualitative and quantitative data, and establish evaluation criteria. Further, the course helps students develop their ability to collect data in an appropriate manner.
  • MGT512 Econometrics [계량경제학]
    This course aims to introduce students to quantitative techniques commonly used in economic analysis and research. This course focuses on the application of statistical methods to the testing and estimation of economic relationships. Students will be introduced to econometric tools of analysis, and will be prepared to perform analytical and statistical work in economics and other applied research areas.
  • MGT513 Multivariate Analysis [다변량 분석]
    This course provides the basic concepts in statistics and applications to economics and management areas. It covers the use of multivariate normal sampling theory, linear transformations of random variables, and multi-sample tests, partial and multiple correlations, multivariate ANOVA and least squares, principal components analysis, and specially related topics.
  • MGT515 Probability Models with Applications [확률모형론]
    This course is designed to provide students with advanced-level probability models with various applications required for graduate level research. The subjects covered in the course include the basic concepts in probability, discrete and continuous distributions, sampling distribution theory, and other related probability theories.
  • MGT 521 Business Ethics [기업윤리]
    The purpose of this course is to enable students to reason about the role of ethics in trading and contracting in the energy commodity trading and financial market. In the course, students will participate in a series of case study discussions, focusing on analyzing the issues in moral terms and then making decisions and developing a set of reasons why the decision can ethically justified. During the discussion, additionally, students will think about the impact of their financial transactions on stakeholders and societies.
  • MGT 590 The Seminars [세미나]
    The purpose of this course is to extend knowledge to the state-of-the-art R&Din real scientific fields; and to get indirect experience by contacting experts in various fields. Students and professors can exchange their own ideas and information to reach creative and fine-tuned achievements through the seminars.
  • MOT501 Theories & Practices in Technology Management [기술 경영과 이론사례]
    This course covers the challenges embedded in attempting to benefit from both incremental or routine innovation and more radical or revolutionary changes in products and processes. It also highlights the importance of innovation to both new ventures and to large established companies, and explores the organizational, economic and strategic problems that must be understood to ensure innovation is a long term source of competitive advantage. Based on the knowledge about the problems identified, students will learn to analyze the problems, and discuss and investigate the strategies to overcome the problems.
  • MOT502 Organizational Change & Innovation Management [조직변화와 혁신경영]
    Successful companies are transforming themselves towards innovation models that involve everyone in the organization. Leaders who understand how to enable a cadence of innovation though/along with others will create a competitive advantage. In this class students will learn and apply three levels of knowledge: 1) innovation practices of global organizations, 2) how to embed innovation in an organization through business processes and core competencies, 3) capability tools to create a pipeline of innovation.
  • MOT511 Organizational Behavior Theory [조직행위]
    Based on the discipline of social and managerial psychology, this course aims to cultivate mindsets and building skills to understand how organizations and their members affect one another. This course covers the diagnosis and resolution of problems in organizational settings. Students will learn theories and research related to organizational problems by identifying individual motivation and behavior, decision-making, interpersonal communication and influence, small group behavior, individual, and inter-group conflict and cooperation.
  • MOT512 Strategic Management Theory [경영전략]
    Innovation increasingly plays a critical role in generating both economic growth and sources of competitive advantage. This course focuses on how firms (both new and old) can create and capture value from product, process, and service innovations. To do so, this course will introduce students to new tools and frameworks for examining both new and old problems related to innovation and technological change. This course consists of a mix between lectures and case studies, with an emphasis on class discussion and debate. While most of the case studies in class will focus on technology-oriented contexts, many of the insights developed during this course will be highly applicable to firms in non high-tech industries as well. A mastery of the tools and frameworks developed in this course will be useful to executives, consultants, entrepreneurs, government officials, investors, and any manager responsible for the introduction and implementation of new products or services.
  • MOT513 High Tech Management [하이테크 기술 경영]
    This course explores the unique aspects of creating an effective strategy in technology- intensive businesses such as R&D investment, network externalities, technology development, technology based competitive advantages. Though many firms invest heavily in R&D, they are likely to experience their competitors taking advantage of their work. Others build great technologies, but fail to build the necessary complements and infrastructure to support the technology. This course tackles these issues directly, providing a series of frameworks that can be applied directly to a wide range of strategic problems.
  • MOT514 Intellectual Property Management [지적재산권 경영]
    The course, Intellectual Property Management, focuses on intellectual property from the perspective of ‘why’ and ‘how’ for participants who have already covered the basics of ‘what’ Intellectual Property is.
  • MOT515 Institutions, Organizations, and Technology [인스티튜션, 조직과 기술]
    This course as research seminar has three broad objectives: (1) providing and overview of important work in the economics and sociology of technological change and technology policy, (2) analyzing the role of innovation in firm strategy and (3) giving the student an introduction to important elements of the new institutional economics. We will be particularly focused on the implications of historical, behavioral, institutional, and organizational perspectives, particularly as they apply to technology innovation. Based on classic and contemporary readings we will examine debates on the drivers of the changes in institutions, organizations, and technology from the variety of perspectives drawing on the growing literature in economic sociology.
  • MIS501 IT for Networked Organizations [기업과 정보기술]
    This course will provide students with an opportunity to study advanced topics in IT and MIS fields, both theoretically and practically. Topics include enterprise information systems, e-business, IT architectures, database management and system development.
  • MIS502 Data Mining [데이터마이닝]
    Firms are likely to use various techniques of data mining for credit ratings, fraud detection, database marketing, customer relationship management, investments, and logistics are. This course introduces methods for data mining that help managers recognize patterns and use electronic data collected via the internet, e-commerce, electronic banking, point-of-sale devices, bar-code readers, and intelligent machines. This course covers the techniques such as subset selection in regression, collaborative filtering, tree-structured classification and regression, cluster analysis, and neural network methods.
  • MIS511 IT Economics [IT 이코노믹스]
    Information technology (IT) creates great opportunities for business by fundamentally reshaping products/services, operations, and business relationships. The course provides an in-depth economic analysis of the phenomena with managerial implications. It will cover economic value of information technology and its impact on industry and organizational structure. We will also examine such topics including, competition, pricing, bundling and versioning of information goods and network effects.
  • MIS512 Mobile Technology & Business Innovation [모바일 기술과 비즈니스 혁신]
    By taking a journey into the history of mobile technologies/services and their current trends, this course investigates how mobile technologies have transformed and will continue to transform the world. The course explores various mobile technologies, their business applications, successful and failed cases, and related issues such as mobile policy or convergence among wired, wireless, and broadcasting services.
  • MIS513 IT Strategy [IT전략]
    This course focuses on exploring and articulating the framework and methodology associated with investment in Information Technology to formulate and execute business strategy. This course will help students understand opportunities and challenges that firms confront in their IT investment decision making. Firms need to use IT to deliver business value. Today, IT is so closely related with business strategy and activities, and firms need strategy for IT management. Topics include IT values in business, IT impact on business model and on organizations.
  • MKT501 Marketing Research and Analysis [마케팅 조사와 분석]
    Marketing Research and Analysis is designed to provide a conceptual framework and real-world applications for the role of research in managerial decision making. This framework will include a basic understanding of the research process, from the proposal stage to presenting the final results. The course will discuss key elements and issues in marketing research: sources of data, data collection techniques, specific applications of research for decision making, and analytical approaches for understanding the implications of the data for marketing decisions.
  • MKT502 Research Seminar in Consumer Behavior [소비자 행동 세미나]
    Studies nature and determinants of consumer behavior: how different psychological characteristics and processes affect how people act when they buy, use, and experiences products or services. The impact of consumer decisions on the marketing strategies of organizations.
  • MKT503 Marketing Strategy [마케팅 전략]
    Develops framework for strategic marketing plan based on customer behavior, market segmentation, product positioning, product life cycle, market responsiveness, and competitive reaction. Analysis of complex marketing problems involving policy and operational decisions; emphasis on creative marketing strategy.
  • MKT504 Advertising and Marketing Communications [광고와 마케팅 커뮤니케이션]
    Examines marketing promotions from a communication standpoint. Discusses advertising, sales promotion, personal selling and publicity as components of the promotional program of an enterprise, including profit and nonprofit institutions marketing products and/or services. Emphasizes the planning, design and implementation of advertising campaigns.
  • MKT511 Market Assessment [시장 측정론]
    Provides the tools to use to size a market opportunity such as customer need assessment, different methods for market segmentation and product positioning. Diffusion of innovation processes, conjoint analysis, and other methods for discerning preferences, and the role of competition.
  • MKT512 Strategic Brand Managemen [전략적 브랜드관리]
    Brand management practices of for-profit and non-profit organizations. Understanding, crafting, measuring, and management of brand strategies. The strategic establishment of brand identities.
  • MKT513 Research Seminar in International Business [국제경영 세미나]
    Analyzes marketing strategy across national boundaries, the problems of marketing within foreign countries, and the coordination of global marketing programs. Provides an analysis of marketing concepts and applications in a global environment, focusing on market management and cultural and institutional differences.
  • MKT514 New Products Planning, Developing and Marketing [신제품 기획, 개발 및 마케팅]
    Considers the role of new products in the survival and growth strategies of organizations. Focuses on the major problems firms encounter in directing and managing their product development and marketing activities. Examines the development process from conception of ideas to commercial introduction, and the marketing life cycle from introduction to deletion of products.
  • MGT540 Special Topics in General Management I [GM 특론 I]
    This course introduces graduate students with current and special topics in General Management.
  • MGT541 Special Topics in General Management II [GM 특론 II]
    This course introduces graduate students with current and special topics in General Management.
  • MGT542 Special Topics in General Management III [GM 특론 III]
    This course introduces graduate students with current and special topics in General Management.
  • MGT543 Special Topics in General ManagementⅣ [GM 특론 Ⅳ]
    This course introduces graduate students with current and special topics in General Management.
  • MGT544 Special Topics in General Management Ⅴ [GM 특론 Ⅴ]
    This course introduces graduate students with current and special topics in General Management.
  • FIN501 Corporate Finance [기업재무론]
    This course is designed to provide a conceptual framework for understanding the field of corporate finance. The issues addressed in this course include time value of money, relation between risk and return, capital budgeting, and capital structure under certainty and uncertainty. This course will emphasize the logical structure of various theories and empirical evidence.
  • FIN502 Derivative Securities [파생상품론]
    This course introduces the valuation models and risk management techniques used in options, futures and other derivative securities. It helps students understand derivative securities in detail by examining the structures of markets, analyzing pricing models and examining related empirical results.
  • FIN503 Investments [투자론]
    This course provides students with a rigorous treatment of the core concepts of investment and their application to the study of financial markets. Topics include portfolio optimization and asset allocation, the theory of asset pricing models and their implications for portfolio management.
  • FIN504 Corporate Governance [기업지배구조]
    This course studies the fundamental theories and practice of corporate governance. Corporate governance involves a set of relationships between a company’s management, its board, its shareholders and other stakeholders. Corporate governance also provides the structure through which the objectives of the company are set, and the means of attaining those objectives and monitoring performances are determined. Topics include agency theory, separation of ownership and control, boards of directors, shareholder activism, as well as executive compensation.
  • FIN505 Applied Portfolio Management [포트폴리오 관리론]
    Statistical programming such as SAS, R project, and Python is widely used in financial academic research as well as in financial industry. This course introduces basics of the statistical programming along with database management skills, and then provides applications of these tools to many financial economics problems such as optimal portfolio choice, risk managements and etc.
  • FIN511 Financial Markets and Institutions [금융기관 관리론]
    This course focuses on the nature and the role of financial institutions in various capital and financial markets. It will cover the financial system and financial service industry, and addresses the various issues concerning risk measurement and management of various financial institutions.
  • FIN512 Financial Risk Management [금융위험 관리론]
    This course is designed to introduce students to basic issues of financial risk management including the definition of risk, measures of financial risk and the concept of financial risk management. It will focus on various risk management techniques to estimate value-at-risk. Practical problems for financial institutions and firms are discussed in class.
  • FIN513 Theory of Finance [재무이론 연구]
    This course studies the mathematical and economic foundations for discrete and continuous time models in modern finance theory. It covers stochastic calculus, optimization techniques and models to analyze advanced issues in the multi-period portfolio theory, the arbitrage pricing theory, term structure of interest rates and the multi-period asset pricing theory.
  • FIN514 Empirical Methods in Finance [재무실증 연구]
    This course introduces students to various empirical methods used in modern financial economics. The course focuses on (i) the empirical techniques most frequently used in financial market analyses; and (ii) the application of these techniques to actual market data. The list of topics includes, but is not limited to, statistical properties of asset returns and the efficient markets hypothesis; empirical tests of asset pricing models (CAPM); event studies; and other topics such as propensity scoring methods, variance ratio, autocorrelation, bootstrapping, etc.
  • FIN515 Financial Engineering [금융공학]
    This course is a cross-disciplinary field which covers mathematical and computational finance, statistics, and numerical methods that are useful for making structured financial instruments. Students will decompose and reconstruct several financial structured products.
  • FIN516 Fixed Income Analysis [이자율상품분석]
    This course is designed to analyze fixed income markets including money markets, bond markets and interest rate derivatives markets such as swaps and options markets. Most of explanations will be applied to practical market situations.
  • FIN517 Empirical Asset Pricing [자산가격 실증연구]
    This course is an introduction to empirical research in asset pricing. The main topic is the application of econometric methods in finance. Topics include tests of classic models of finance in the cross-section, predictability and excess volatility of equity returns, and systematic risk factors.
  • FIN518 Market Microstructure [시장미시구조론]
    This course studies the main theoretical and empirical models used in market microstructure. Topics include mechanisms of how information is impounded in prices, sequential trade models, inventory control and empirical study of dealer inventories, market impact, as well as informed and strategic trading.
  • FIN519 Mergers and Acquisitions [기업인수합병]
    This course is an introduction to mergers and acuisitions(M&A) for finance major. Topics include major elements of the acquisition process including corporate strategy, valuation, due diligence, financing decisions, transaction structures, restructuring options, takeover defense, and role of institutional investors.
  • FIN520 Venture Capital and Private Equity [밴쳐캐피탈 및 사모투자]
    This course introduces private equity and venture capital as well as entrepreneurial finance. Topics include introduction of the private equity markets, the structure and objectives of private equity and venture capital funds, the analysis and financing of investment opportunities, and harvesting strategies for investments.
  • ACT501 Financial Accounting and Reporting Theory
    This course introduces financial reporting practices and financial accounting standards including IFRS (International Financial Reporting Standards) and US and Korean Accounting Standards. In addition, financial accounting theory will be discussed.
  • ACT503 Auditing Theory & Practice [회계 감사 이론과 실제]
    This course introduces and discusses contemporary auditing practices and theories. The discussion will focus predominantly on computerized auditing and audit of High Tech and Energy companies. GAAS (Generally Accepted Auditing Standards) of US and Korea will be examined.
  • ACT504 Contemporary Issues in Accounting [현대회계이론]
    This course will address contemporary issues in accounting such as IFRS, Balanced Scorecard, Strategic Cost Management, and Top Executive Compensation.
  • ACT512 Accounting Information Systems [회계정보시스템]
    This course aims to provide a comprehensive understanding of the theoretical and practical applications of current information technology for accounting. Topics include the analysis and design of accounting information systems, accounting databases, and IS control and computerized auditing.
  • ACT513 Research Methodology in Accounting [재무회계 연구방법론]
    This course introduces and explores Research Methodologies in Accounting: Empirical, Archival, and Behavioral. Students will be expected to replicate major research papers using modified data sets.
  • FIN551 Special Topics in FIA I [FIA 특론 I]
    This course introduces graduate students with current and special topics in Finance / Accounting.
  • FIN552 Special Topics in FIA II [FIA 특론 II]
    This course introduces graduate students with current and special topics in Finance / Accounting.
  • ACT502 Special Topics in FIA III [FIA 특론 III]
    This course introduces graduate students with current and special topics in Finance / Accounting.
  • ACT511 Special Topics in FIA Ⅳ [FIA 특론 Ⅳ]
    This course introduces graduate students with current and special topics in Finance / Accounting.
  • ACT551 Special Topics in FIA Ⅴ [FIA 특론 Ⅴ]
    This course introduces graduate students with current and special topics in Finance / Accounting.