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Chinese Studies

Development of Professionals Who Able to Lead the G1 Age!Chinese Studies

  • Location
    The Humanities Building
    No.333

  • Tel
    044-860-1220

  • Fax
    044-860-1221

Introduction

In 2017, the Chinese Studies major reorganizes educational objectives and a curriculum. The major aims to develop professionals who have the ability to lead the G1 age. To this end, we offer various academic programs in order to make students communicate well in Chinese; predict the future development of China; understand the Chinese politics, economy and society and analyze its-related problems; collect and produce information related to China; understand Chinese history and culture based on the Humanities, and apply them to the real world. We support extra-curricular activities such as student clubs. Thus after completing the major, students are able to work on the international stage, create new values and new knowledge, and understand humanistic values included in ancient and modern classics.

Required Student Skills and Qualities

1. Ability to Communicate Well in Chinese
Students who have the abilities to communicate well in Chinese, and accordingly work on the international stage

2. Ability to Produce Knowledge and Information about China
Students who have the abilities to produce knowledge and information related to China, and understand Chinese society, politics, economy and culture

3. Ability to Understand Humanistic Values
Students who have the abilities to understand humanistic values included in ancient and modern classics, and apply them to the real world.

Faculty

Faculty
Name Status Tel. E-mail Address Research Field Academic Career
Lee Haewon Professor 044-860-1224 hhaewonn@korea.ac.kr Chinese Literature, Chinese Poetry, Chinese Culture Doctor of Literature
Sun Jeonggyu Professor 044-860-1225 sun21@korea.ac.kr Chinese Myth, Chuci Doctor of Literature
Kim Hyomin Professor 044-860-1226 xmkim@korea.ac.kr Classic Narratives Doctor of Literature
Yu Kyungchul Associate
professor
044-860-1227 xiaoxia@korea.ac.kr Popular Culture of Han and Tang Dynasties, Novels of Han and Tan Doctor of Literature
Zhang Rong Assistant
professor
044-860-1228 hzr3975@korea.ac.kr Chinese Linguistics -

Career Paths after Graduation

2In March 2016, graduates went to graduate school, various companies (such as airliners, trading companies, financial organizations), educational fields and government organizations. In 2017, the Chinese Studies major will put emphasis on the programs to improve Chinese proficiency of students; to understand and produce the knowledge and information about China. Thus, graduates can have lot of opportunities to work for Chinese-related organizations; go to China in order to run their own business; and go to graduate school for intensive learning and researching.