|Elective, Credits||Elective 2 credit [Department of Language Studies French/German/Spanish/Chinese/Korean Course Matriculated after 2016]|
As the world has become more globalized, international relations has become a more important theme to understand as well as comprehending each issue globally. This class provides the insight of the ways in which politics, economy, society and culture has been interacted globally. It also encourages students to think more flexibly and creatively about international relations. As for the autumn semester, this course allows students to familiarize and discuss existing relevant literature.