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Public Intership

  • Subject Number: 920.501
  • Full credits: 3-0-6
  • The aim of this course is to improve understanding on administration field and to foster the ability as global leaders participating internships in public office, private and state- owned companies, and non-governmental organizations in Korea, as well as international organization and multinational cooperations in abroad. Only students who already finished internship or are admitted as internship are eligible for this course and receive academic credits based on their internship reports.

Administrative Theory

  • Subject Number: 920.611
  • Full credits: 3-3-0
  • This is an introductory course on public administration Emphasis will be given to the history of administrative theories We will cover major concepts, methods and scope of public administration We will also examine various other topics in public administration ranging from the origin of public administration to its most recent theories.

Economic Analysis

  • Subject Number: 920.620
  • Full credits: 3-3-0
  • This course studies basic theories and techniques in Microeconomics which can be applied to analyze issues in the public policy and administration. Specifically the course discusses consumer theory, firm theory, gametheory, asymmetric information theory, market failure, basic theories in welfare economics and public economics. Related cases in the public policy and administration are also discussed.

Administrative Law

  • Subject Number: 920.621
  • Full credits: 3-3-0
  • This course is designed for the advanced study of the interrelationship between the legal process and the public policy Course topics are as follows: administrative action; administrative compulsion; administrative punishment; administrative remedy; legal policy problems.

Ethics and Leadership

  • Subject Number: 920.622
  • Full credits: 3-3-0
  • This course is a practical and philosophical examination of the responsibilities of public policymakers in a democracy. By analyzing actual cases, the courseexamines instances of exemplary conduct and attempt to learn from moral failures. It also explores the elements of successful leadership and governance in public sector environment and focuses on top-level leadership in a variety of organizational settings in the public sector.

Quantitative Analysis for Public Administration and Policy

  • Subject Number: 920.625
  • Full credits: 3-2-2
  • The aim of this course is to establish foundations for good analytical inquiry through exploring the statistical tools that are heavily used in public policy and public administration analysis. In particular, we are interested in how to draw (descriptive or causal) inferences from observed phenomena to unobserved ones by securing the quality of empirical evidence in apition to understanding research questions and describing data. We will cover a wide range of statistical topics and methodological issues based on linear regression model and its variations, and enhance the analytic capability through the series of lab-sessions with statistical packages.

Research Methods for Public Administration and Policy

  • Subject Number: 920.651
  • Full credits: 3-3-0
  • This course attempts to enhance students ability to understandand analyse administrative and policy problems in the public sector. The course focuses on comprehensive understanding of research methods for social sciences and limitations of quantitative methods. The course will cover how to setup research questions and hypotheses, collecting data, analysing and testing data, and report writing. During the course, students will develop research proposals and present in the classroom for further discussion.

Theories of Public Policy

  • Subject Number: 920.658
  • Full credits: 3-3-0
  • The aim of this seminar is to introduce major theories of public policy studies in order to deepen our understanding of public affairs. The students are expected to go on applying those concepts and theories to real-world public policy challenges. The seminar will analyse policy process such as agenda setting, policy making, implementation and evaluation. It will also examine various policy actors who influence public policy such as the President, elected politicians, bureaucrats, legal practitioners and civil society activists as well as ordinary citizens.


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