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Development of Global Business Leaders!Global Business

  • Location
    Seokwon Business & Economics Building No.215

  • Tel
    044-860-1520, 1530

  • Fax
    044-860-1521

Introduction

The Global Business major aims to become the best education institute of business administration in Sejong City which emerges as a new center of the country, and become the center of producing global leaders who have the ability to compete in international business environment.

The first educational objective is to educate students to set their own vision, and become experts on business administration. As a result, they become global leaders who are required for developing organizations. The second objective is to produce experts who have competence in business administration. To do this, we educate students to have professional expertise in their major-related field. Professional expertise indicates core knowledge based on main theories and practical skills for contemporary business administration. The major provides students with the core knowledge in a systemic way. The third objective is to produce experts on business administration who are able to work in global business environment on the basis of creative thinking. Business administration environment has been changing rapidly without borders. Thus, students should be able to apply existing knowledge to the real world. To this end, the Global Business major educates students to have the abilities to think creatively, and understand international business environment.

Required Student Skills and Qualities

1. Problem-Solving Ability
Students who have the ability to solve problems on the basis of the main theories and knowledge of business administration

2. Creative Thinking Ability
Students who have the abilities to think creatively, and solve various problems happening in business administration environment

3. Global Leadership Quality
Students who have the ability to play a pivotal role in the environment using language proficiency and a global outlook

Faculty

Faculty
Name Status Tel. E-Mail Address Research Field Academic Career
Ryu Moonchan Professor 044-860-1561 quality@korea.ac.kr Quality Management, Service Management Ph.D., Industrial Engineering, KAIST
Park Jinsung Professor 044-860-1531 jsp@korea.ac.kr International Economics, Finance Ph.D., Economics, Georgetown University
Kan Byunggu Professor 044-860-1562 bgkang@korea.ac.kr Decision Sciences 경영학박사
Jung Kyueon Professor 044-860-1526 jungkyu@korea.ac.kr Accounting, Tax Ph.D., Business Administration, Korea University

Park Jongchan

Professor

044-860-1535

tigerpark@korea.ac.kr

Industrial Economics

Ph.D., Economics, University of California

Lee Byunglak Professor 044-860-1534 bllee@korea.ac.kr Business Economics Ph.D ,Economics, Kansas State University Graduate School
Kang Sudol Professor 044-860-1527 ksd@korea.ac.kr Human Resources, Labor Relations MBA, Seoul National University

Koo Sanghoi

Professor

044-860-1565

skoo@korea.ac.kr

Computer Science

Ph.D., Computer Science, University of Southern California

Jeong Jinho Professor 044-860-1536 jayjeong@korea.ac.kr Financial Management Ph.D., Finance, Georgia State University

Park Chul

Professor

044-860-1566

cpark@korea.ac.kr

Marketing

Ph.D., Business Administration, Seoul National University

Lee Jungki Professor 044-860-1529 jungkilee@korea.ac.kr Business Administration, Marketing

Ph.D., Business Administration, Alabama University

Lee Keonbong

Professor

044-860-1578

keonbonglee@korea.ac.kr

International Marketing

Aston University, Aston Business School (PhD in International Marketing)

Choi seokbong Associate
Professor
044-860-1523sukchoi@korea.ac.kr Management University of London, U.K. (경영학박사)
Kim Soonhyuk Associate
Professor
044-860-1533 bandit75@korea.ac.kr Human Resource Organization, Business Administration, Organization Management Ph.D., Business Administration, Yonsei University

Oh Kwangwook

Assistant
Professor

044-860-1538

avnini92@korea.ac.kr

Accounting

Ph.D., Accounting, Korea University

Lee Donghyun Associate
Professor
044-860-1572 lyys@korea.ac.kr Accounting Ph.D., Business Administration, Korea University

Na byungsoo

Assistant
Professor
044-860-1528 byungsoo-na@korea.ac.kr 경영과학, 생산관리 Ph.D, Georgia Institute of Technology, Industrial & Systems Engineering
Song Sujin Assistant
Professor
044-860-1571 songsj@korea.ac.kr Marketing University of Rhode Island, USA (Ph.D. in Business)
Noh Wonhee Assistant
Professor
044-860-1573 whnoh12@korea.ac.kr Marketing Ph.D., Business Administration, Yonsei University

Kim Jae young

Assistant Professor 044-860-1524 korean4u@korea.ac.kr Management Information Systems

Ph.D., Business Administration, Korea University

Yang YoungSoo

Assistant
Professor

044-860-1532

seoukore@korea.ac.kr

International Business Strategy

Ph.D., Business Administration, Yonsei University

Kim jinmin

Assistant
Professor
044-860-1573 tristan1031@korea.ac.kr Service and Operations Management 고려대학교 경영학과 LSOM전공 (박사)

Won jayeon

AssistantProfessor

044-860-1491

eureka9114@korea.ac.kr

Accounting

Ph.D., Business Administration, Dankook University

Kwon yonghyun

Assistant
Professor

044-860-1522

kwon4711@korea.ac.kr

기업재무, 기업기배구조, 기업가치평가

Ph.D., Industrial Engineering, KAIST

Career Paths after Graduation

Since business administration studies are applied to various organizations, graduates can work for a wide variety of organizations: government, hospitals, universities, sports teams, NGOs. They can work for not only traditional production companies, but also for service industries such as financial institutions, advertisement companies & agencies, consulting companies and general trading companies. Once graduates pass professional certificate tests, they can work as experts such as certified public accountants(CPA), certified public labor attorneys(CPLA), certified public tax accountants(CPTC), and customs agents. They can be public servants, teachers, researchers, and professors.