Courses

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Global Collaborative Summer Program offers two to three credit courses depending on the structure of the course. Classes are held from Monday through Friday, and students may earn up to a total of 6 credits during the program.

Taught by a faculty team of internationally renowned scholars, courses are centered on Humanity, Civilization and Global Governance.

With the exception of the Korean Language classes, all courses are taught in English. Students may add or drop classes within the first one to three days of the course depending on the total course hour.

* KHU students who are expected to graduate in August 2019 may participate in the program, however, credits earned from the program will not be counted for their graduation assessment due to the designated academic schedule of KHU.
* Click here for the list of elective courses for the majors (KHU Students ONLY)

Class Schedule

MON TUE WED THU FRI
09:00 ~ 12:00 Morning Class (M)
12:00 ~ 13:30 Lunch
13:30 ~ 16:30 Afternoon Class (A)

Classes are held from Monday to Friday.
▶ Each class is 3 hours long with breaks included.
▶ In case a class is canceled, the TA of the class will notify students in advance.
▶ Online community for each class is available at GC website for obtaining course materials.
    [ Global Collaborative Website > Community > Class Notes ]

Humanity & Civilization

Course Title Professor CV Syllabus Time Slot
What Makes Us Today: Capitalism, Desire, and Culture [url]

Jason Barker

Slavoj Zizek

A
Posthumanism in Contemporary Popular Culture and Film [url]

Gregg Lambert

A
Korean Language Ⅰ,Ⅱ [url]

Jung Sup Kim

A
Understanding What You Want: Desire and Culture [url]

Aaron Schuster

M
Love, Marriage, and Family in Korean Literature and Film [url]

Yoon Sun Yang

M
Global Korean Popular Culture [url]

Sarah Keith

M
Taekwondo: Building Body and Soul - Introduction to Korean Martial Arts [url]

Yoo Jin Kim

M
Philosophy of Science [url]

Hasok Chang

Minwoo Seo

A
Culture and Society of Modern East Asia [url]

Sukhee Lee

M

Peace & Global Governance

Course Title Professor CV Syllabus Time Slot
International Relations, Yesterday and Tomorrow: Theory, History, and Policy Debates [url]

John Ikenberry

A
The United Nations and Global Issues: Understanding the Dynamics and Workings of the UN System [url]

Joon Oh

Ramu Damodaran

A
The United Nations and Civil Society: The History of Shared Values; The Opportunities for Shared Futures [url]

Cyril Ritchie

M
North Korea and the World: Issues, Perceptions and Realities [url]

Youngshik Bong

M
Earthquakes, Famines and Armed Conflict: International Responses to Humanitarian Emergencies [url]

Miriam Bradley

A
Intelligence and Counterintelligence & Protection of Democracies [url]

Frank Plantan Jr.

A

Global CSR & Sustainable Development

Course Title Professor CV Syllabus Time Slot
Politics and Foreign Policy of the People`s Republic of China [url]

Dandan Zhu

Hochul Lee

A
Creativity and Innovation in NGOs: Understanding How to Become a Social Entrepreneur [url]

Ram Cnaan

A
The UN Global Compact and the Movement Toward a Sustainable Economy [url]

Oliver Williams

M
Global Philanthropy: The Generosity of People and Nations [url]

Femida Handy

M
The Politics of Economic Inequality and Redistribution [url]

Anthony Sealey

M