- Strengthen students’ capabilities and potential to lead the era of globalization.
- Foster future entrepreneurs who understand the economic situation and are capable of resolving problems.
- Endow future leaders with communication skills
- Cultivate future CEOs who are socially responsible and ethical.
To achieve the objectives, the Economics Division is currently focusing on courses on foreign language and computer utilization. In addition, it is striving to improve problem-solving and communication skills through team projects in required courses, and to nurture comprehensive and creative thinking through case studies.
Basic courses: Introduction to economics, Introduction to national economy, Analysis on current economic issues, Quantitative analysis
Required courses (Choose one): Macroeconomics, Microeconomics, Statistics, Quantitative economics, Finance and economy, Mathematical economics
This program aims to nurture students with good grades into financial experts by providing courses that integrate business administration, economics, and statistics.
Required courses: Financial economics (Economics), Investment theory (Business Administration), Probability and stochastic processes (Information and Statistics)
Optional courses: Financial and economic policies, International finance (Economics), International finance management (Business Administration)
Track 1. Graduate school or overseas education: Game theory, Quantitative economics exercise
Track 2. Employment or industrial expert: Industry case study, Regional economy, Technological innovation and the economy
Track 3. Finance: Financial economics, Financial policies, International finance, Quantitative economics exercise
Examination (to become Public servants or accountants): Applied microeconomics, Applied macroeconomics
Understanding on economic issues: Analysis on current economic issues, Economics seminar, the Korean economy, Principles of the market economy, Knowledge-based economy
Business start-ups: Technological innovation and the economy, Analysis on current economic issues, Industrial organization
Become educators: Social studies, Geography
Students may go on with studying a different major in order to apply the theories and methodologies in economics to other social sciences. Otherwise, they could take exams to become public servants or accountants. In addition, they can land jobs in public and private companies by taking economics tests. Others my start up a business or enter graduate schools in or outside Korea. The outlook is very positive for economics majors as they can go on to areas such as academia, government agencies, finance or insurance, securities, broadcasting, and private companies. Furthermore, they could become experts in research, planning, finance, sales, or business management.
- Ahn, Kyungsik Professor
- Currency, International Finance
- Bae, Hongshik Professor
- Labor Economy
- Kwon, Myungjoong Professor
- Industrial Organization
- Paek, Pyungseon Professor
- Yang, Joonmo Professor
- Finance Economics
- Yoo, Chungsik Professor
- Economy Development
- Lee, Taejeong Associate Professor