International College 주메뉴
IC Liberal Arts Courses (ILAC)
The regulation below only applies from the year 2017. So any students who entered DSU from 2017 is subject to this regulation:
Students in the departments of International Studies and Business Administration must earn 10 credits. However, 6 credits out of them should be in the sections of global, culture and arts, and science and technology.
Students in the department of Film & Video and Digital Contents must earn 10 credits. However, 6 credits out of them should be in the sections of global, humanities and science, and science and technology 6 credits in total in order to graduate.
Students in the department of Computer Engineering and Digital Contents must earn 10 credits. However, 6 credits out of them should be in the sections of global, humanities and science and culture and arts earning 6 credits in total in order to graduate.
*** Korean students should have a score of 600 or higher on the DSU CBT test(or an equivalent score on related test) to be eligible for taking Liberal Arts courses in English.
|Fields||Course Titles||Offering Semesters||Professors|
|Culture and Arts||Appreciation of Contemporary Art||0||Jang, Jihee|
|Korean Art & Design||0||Yoon, Jiyoung|
|Women in Cinema: Understanding Feminism||0||Thomas Humpal|
|Literature and Culture||0||Thomas Humpal|
|Media and Culture||0||Thomas Humpal|
|Understanding Music||0||Gordon Bazsali|
|Global||Understanding World Poverty||0||Laura Stephenson|
|World History1||0||Michael Walker|
|World History2||0||Michael Walker|
|Global Issues||0||Nelson Parish|
|Humanities & Social Science||Introduction to International Environmental Law||0||Sean Kennedy|
|Post-colonialism : A Visual Guide to East Meets West||0||Thomas Humpal|
|Introduction to Wellness||0||John Jugenheimer|
|The Civil Rights Movement||0||Michael Walker|
|Science & Technology||Computer Applications||0||Elena Tsomko|
|Basic Principles of Algorithms and Coding||0||Elena Tsomko|
|Technology: Past, Present, and Future||0||Michael Walker|
|Crossover||Human to Human||0||