College Of Humanities Department Of English Language & Literature

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Phone 02-2220-0740 Fax 02-2296-8557
Email 대표 / leegayoung@hanyang.ac.kr
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Introduction

Department of English Language and Literature is a department that teaches how to use English effectively while deeply studying the language itself. Students learn practical principles that enhances enunciation and pronunciation. You can learn not only the principle of the alphabet but also the principle of making words and sentences, and the theory of the second language acquisition process that you had to go through when you first learned English. In addition to this, students learn the application and development of English, such as analyzing and appreciating British and American literary works.


Department of English Language and Literature learns how to use English effectively while deeply studying the language itself and studies literature works based on social, political, economic and historical backgrounds of English-speaking countries such as the United Kingdom and the United States. It is a department that learns how to understand values, emotions and culture. With the rise of English as a result of globalization, the status of English Literature is increasing as well. Department of English Language and Literature aims to cultivate talented people who have scientific analysis ability and humanistic literacy, and then, select and accept English information in various fields of society and deliver the information to the places where they need it.

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info Department of English Language & Literature

Highlights

Learn and appreciate various literary works
Department of English Language and Literature covers writers and works of various period backgrounds from classical to contemporary, and learns to appreciate poetry and plays as well as novels. Instead of simply interpreting English, figuring out the plot line and covering the book, students will connect the writer with the situation of the time and the history up to the present, and build up background knowledge and learn the analysis method appropriate to each genre. When you deal with such a comprehensive work, the extent of your appreciation will be deep and wide.

Special curriculum focused on developing practical English
Department of English Language and Literature at Hanyang University emphasizes practical English by incorporating Speaking, Writing, and practical English grammar into the curriculum. In the Speaking and Writing class, students are divided into three different foreign professors, each of whom is specifically trained in speaking and writing English that will be practically useful in employment and occupational settings.

Opportunity to study in the United States through the 'Study abroad program'
The 'Study abroad program' allows students to take a major course at the University of Nebraska at Kearney for a semester and learn about the culture of English speaking countries. Currently, opportunities are open to all students of English Language and Literature, and it has another advantage in that they do not overlap with students applying for Hanyang University.

Outlook

Outlook
Companies Trading companies, foreign companies, hotels, travel agencies, airline companies, etc.
Public and government agencies Foreign Ministry Officials, Foreign Embassies, Korea Trade-Investment Promotion Agency (KOTRA), etc.
Educational Field Middle and High School English Teachers, Foreign Language Instructors, Professors, etc.
Linguistic Field Interpreter, translator, tourist interpreter, American· British ·Australian Cultural Institute etc.
Faculty info
Yoon, Il-Hwan

Yoon, Il-Hwan / Professor

Young Suck Rhee

Young Suck Rhee / Adjunct Professor

Il-Kon Kim

Il-Kon Kim / 특훈 교수

Sung-Joo Hong

Sung-Joo Hong / Professor

Ki-Jeong Lee

Ki-Jeong Lee / Professor

Seong Je Kim

Seong Je Kim / Professor

Lee, Shinwoong
Miseon Lee

Miseon Lee / Professor

Cho, Taehong

Cho, Taehong / Professor

Yoon, Seongho

Yoon, Seongho / Associate Professor

Peter David Mathews

Peter David Mathews / Professor

Yoo, Jae Eun

Yoo, Jae Eun / Assistant Professor

Krisda Chaemsaithong

Krisda Chaemsaithong / Associate Professor

Janet Zepernick

Janet Zepernick / Visiting Professor

Kim Say Young

Kim Say Young / Assistant Professor

박기열

박기열 / Emeritus Professor

Pal Bom Lee

Pal Bom Lee / Emeritus Professor

Nam Jang Cho

Nam Jang Cho / Emeritus Professor

Kim Seok-hyun

Kim Seok-hyun / Emeritus Professor

Hong Yunsook

Hong Yunsook / Emeritus Professor

Sung-Ho Lee

Sung-Ho Lee / Emeritus Professor

Chong Sun Lee

Chong Sun Lee / Emeritus Professor

박선부

박선부 / Emeritus Professor

이현주

이현주 / Emeritus Professor

WOLJIE LEE

WOLJIE LEE / Emeritus Professor

Jang, Heran

Jang, Heran / Emeritus Professor

College/Department curriculum
Year Term No. Curriculum Course Credits-lecture-experiential learning  
1 1 CHI2002 Chinese 1 Elective Core General Studies 3-3-0
1 1 ENG1055 Introduction to English Literature Elective Major 3-3-0
1 1 GEN0012 History of Korea Elective General Studies 2-2-0
1 1 GEN0021 English 1 Compulsory General Studies 3-2-3
1 1 GEN0024 German 1 Elective Core General Studies 3-3-0
1 1 GEN0027 French 1 Elective Core General Studies 3-3-0
1 1 GEN0032 Philosophical Theory Elective General Studies 3-3-0
1 1 GEN0033 Cultural History Elective General Studies 3-3-0
1 1 GEN0052 Japanese 1 Elective Core General Studies 3-3-0
1 1 GEN0081 Introduction to Literature Elective General Studies 3-3-0
1 1 GEN1018 Korean Composition Elective General Studies 2-2-0
1 1 ENG1001 English Conversation 1-1 Compulsory Major 2-0-2
This course aims at enhancing students' ability to adjust themselves to various situations through intensive dialogue practice.
1 1 ENG1003 Language Lab.1 Compulsory Major 1-0-2
1 1 ENG3054 British & American Short Novels Elective Major 3-3-0
1 1 GEN1024 Korean and Writing Compulsory General Studies 3-3-0
Writing requires systematic thinking. This lecture purpose to extend the writing skills and expressions through various examples. Avoid the cramming education and concentrate on raising abilities of creative thinking , reasonable criticism. Develop the program of reading poetry and prose etc for student to train the writing skills with creative and logical thinking.
1 1 GEN1084 British and American Language and Culture Compulsory General Studies 2-2-0
1 1 CUL0005 Korean Speaking and Writing (Compulsory) Requirement in Fundamental Studies 3-4-0
Through kiscussion this course ask the following questions: (1) What is free associaton?; (2) How do you compose and make a text? How do you talk about a certain issue?; (3) What is rational and logical thought?; (4) How do you enhance originality and rationlity? The course help students acquire an understanding of text and composition.
1 1 ENG1063 PATTERNS AND TESTS OF ENGLISH PROFICENCY (Compulsory) Requirement in Fundamental Studies 3-3-0
The purpose of the course is to help students prepare for TOEFL and TOEIC that are most commonly administered English proficiency tests and whose scores are pervasively used for screening in the job markets and used as the part of admission requirements in the U.S. graduate programs.
1 1 GEN4091 Philosophical Understanding of Science and Technology (Compulsory) Requirement in Fundamental Studies 2-2-0
This course aims to cultivate among students the comprehensive understanding of science and technology in modern society, employing philosophical methods and concepts. To do this, the course offers a survey of some important theoretical results recently obtained in science and technology studies. We will carefully examime a number of concrete case-studies, ranging from the electrification of America, quantum revolution to the introduction of western science to traditional Korea. We will then discuss the intrinsic nature of modern science and technology as well as its socio-cultural aspects in the context of modern society. Students who take the course shall appreciate how modern science and technology from the nineteenth century has come to manifest a number of unique characteristics, which can be clearly distinguished from the science and technology of even, the eighteenth century. We will discuss in the class the significance of this difference. The course will also highlights the importance of dialogue between experts with different background and encourage more interactions between humanities and natural sciences, so that we can make well-informed and reasonable decisions concerning complicated issues which are so common in our multi-layered society.
1 1 GEN5029 Career Development Ⅰ (Compulsory) Requirement in Fundamental Studies 1-1-0
The ‘seminar for freshman students’ aims to cover the following aspects: etiquettes of the university life; how to use the university facilities; how to improve oneself and provision of ideal ways to utilize the student period. It aims to broaden the 1st year students’ point of view to their majors as well as the university life in general. The lecture will discuss studying skill including taking notes, taking exams, time management and subject enrollment in order to guide students to achieve an ideal studying pattern and further to set up a career path. It will also deal with basic information about diverse study areas, domestic and international social issues and career development.
1 1 SYH0001 HUMAN LEADERSHIP (Compulsory) Requirement in Fundamental Studies 2-2-0
Hanyang Leadership(HELP: Hanyang Essential Leadership Plus) is the leadership development program of Hanyang University that "helps" Hanyang students to be CEOs. The first step of this program, Hanyang Leadership(HELP1) is the core course for freshmen. This course is composed of 3 parts, "pride in Hanyang", "core values in global society" and "life planning". In "pride in Hanyang" students will review the history, values and vision of Hanyang University. In "core values in global society" students will study 6 core values and case study on the core values of global companys. In "life planning" students will reflect on their history and present and develop the vision and mission statement.
1 1 ENG1063 PATTERNS AND TESTS OF ENGLISH PROFICENCY (Compulsory) Requirement in Fundamental Studies 3-3-0
The purpose of the course is to help students prepare for TOEFL and TOEIC that are most commonly administered English proficiency tests and whose scores are pervasively used for screening in the job markets and used as the part of admission requirements in the U.S. graduate programs.
1 1 ENG1064 English Lab 1 (Compulsory) Requirement in Fundamental Studies 3-3-0
1 1 GEN3041 Elementary Chinese 1 (Compulsory) Requirement in Fundamental Studies 3-3-0
His career as a wide range of knowledge and lessons learned in the previous semester plan to explore in depth the process. Employment working in the industry of major interest to seniors invited to hear the information about the industry to prepare for what you need to learn knowhow. In addition, students who already have a job that aim to visit seniors plan their careers and the skills necessary to equip determined to develop a career that any plan.
1 1 GEN5029 Career Development Ⅰ (Compulsory) Requirement in Fundamental Studies 1-1-0
The ‘seminar for freshman students’ aims to cover the following aspects: etiquettes of the university life; how to use the university facilities; how to improve oneself and provision of ideal ways to utilize the student period. It aims to broaden the 1st year students’ point of view to their majors as well as the university life in general. The lecture will discuss studying skill including taking notes, taking exams, time management and subject enrollment in order to guide students to achieve an ideal studying pattern and further to set up a career path. It will also deal with basic information about diverse study areas, domestic and international social issues and career development.
1 1 PER1001 CRITCAL WRITING FOR THE PERFORMATIVE HUMANITIES (Compulsory) Requirement in Fundamental Studies 3-3-0
This course is designed to improve logical thinking and writing skills of the students, with the perspectives of the performative humanities. That is, the course will guide the students to see the various subjects with a new and round perspectives. We'll stick to the principles of the performative humanities - that is, to merge culture and technology in order to perform inter-disciplinary study. In addition to the individual tutoring, we also exercise the logical writing on the diverse subjects on the humanities.
1 1 SYH0001 HUMAN LEADERSHIP (Compulsory) Requirement in Fundamental Studies 2-2-0
Hanyang Leadership(HELP: Hanyang Essential Leadership Plus) is the leadership development program of Hanyang University that "helps" Hanyang students to be CEOs. The first step of this program, Value Leadership(HELP1) is the core course for freshmen. This course is composed of 3 parts, "pride in Hanyang", "core values in global society" and "life planning." In "pride in Hanyang", students will review the history, values and vision of Hanyang University. In "core values in global society", students will study 6 core values and cases on the core values of global companies. In "life planning", students will reflect on their past and present and develop their vision and mission statement.
1 1 ENG1063 PATTERNS AND TESTS OF ENGLISH PROFICENCY (Compulsory) Requirement in Fundamental Studies 3-3-0
The purpose of the course is to help students prepare for TOEFL and TOEIC that are most commonly administered English proficiency tests and whose scores are pervasively used for screening in the job markets and used as the part of admission requirements in the U.S. graduate programs.
1 1 GEN5029 Career Development Ⅰ (Compulsory) Requirement in Fundamental Studies 1-1-0
The ‘seminar for freshman students’ aims to cover the following aspects: etiquettes of the university life; how to use the university facilities; how to improve oneself and provision of ideal ways to utilize the student period. It aims to broaden the 1st year students’ point of view to their majors as well as the university life in general. The lecture will discuss studying skill including taking notes, taking exams, time management and subject enrollment in order to guide students to achieve an ideal studying pattern and further to set up a career path. It will also deal with basic information about diverse study areas, domestic and international social issues and career development.
1 1 PER1001 CRITCAL WRITING FOR THE PERFORMATIVE HUMANITIES (Compulsory) Requirement in Fundamental Studies 3-3-0
This course is designed to improve logical thinking and writing skills of the students, with the perspectives of the performative humanities. That is, the course will guide the students to see the various subjects with a new and round perspectives. We'll stick to the principles of the performative humanities - that is, to merge culture and technology in order to perform inter-disciplinary study. In addition to the individual tutoring, we also exercise the logical writing on the diverse subjects on the humanities.
1 1 SYH0001 HUMAN LEADERSHIP (Compulsory) Requirement in Fundamental Studies 2-2-0
Hanyang Leadership(HELP: Hanyang Essential Leadership Plus) is the leadership development program of Hanyang University that "helps" Hanyang students to be CEOs. The first step of this program, Human Leadership(HELP1) is a course offered to freshmen students. It is focused on helping them establish characters and values. By enhancing their humanistic sensitivities and knowledge they learn core values and leadership. Students discover themselves through HELP1 and are able to decide what kind of person they want to be. HELP1 helps students establish their values and prepare them to be balanced leaders who can adjust to new environments.
1 1 ENG1066 PRACTICE IN ENGLISH GRAMMAR Basic Major 3-3-0
The primary purpose of the course is to help students learn the core of English grammar and understand a variety of language functions that grammatical patterns can have, which would ultimately contribute to enhancing the students’ speaking and writing skills. Students in this course will have ample opportunities to use the grammar (grammaring) in diverse contexts through group activities; students are expected to participate enthusiastically in the activities. This course seeks to help students to understand the core of English grammar, and use the grammar properly through practical exercises. In addition, students’ vocabulary size, collocation competence, and grammatical competence will be measured and the result will be provided to each student so that they can set the specific goal for improving their English.
1 1 ENG1067 ENGLISH READING AND DISCUSSION 1 Basic Major 3-1-2
This introductory hybrid class provides students with the basic analytical skills and content required by speeches and presentations in other classes in the Department. It focuses on the development of speaking style and the ability to think analytically and persuasively about texts in varied formats. The class will guide students through the formation of simple arguments, the identification of common flaws in arguments, the evaluation and repair of arguments, and the application of the preceding to the evaluation of authentic texts. To allow students to become familiar with the new contexts and material, the first half of the semester will include lectures followed by informal discussions. The second half of the semester will be conducted as formal debates.
1 1 ENG3054 British & American Short Novels Basic Major 3-3-0
The course will focus on the greatest 19th and 20th century short stories in English. A short story is a work of fiction that is usually written in prose, often in narrative format. This format tends to be more pointed than longer works of fiction. Because of their length, short stories may or may not follow the pattern of the longer form of fiction: exposition, rising action, crisis, climax, resolution, and moral. Some do not follow patterns at all. Students in this course will approach it from a certain perspective by grouping various short stories under certain themes like fear, capitalism, the conflict between universality and individuality, and love and desire. Though modern short stories only occasionally have an exposition, more typical is an abrupt beginning, with the story starting in the middle of the action.
1 1 GEN3041 Elementary Chinese 1 Compulsory General Studies 3-3-0
The objective is to communicate in Chinese in some concrete real-life situations using culturally appropriate language and etiquette, to read and write pinyin, and to begin to recognize and type Chinese characters.
1 1 GEN4091 Philosophical Understanding of Science and Technology Compulsory General Studies 3-3-0
This course aims to cultivate among students the comprehensive understanding of science and technology in modern society, employing philosophical methods and concepts. To do this, the course offers a survey of some important theoretical results recently obtained in science and technology studies. We will carefully examime a number of concrete case-studies, ranging from the electrification of America, quantum revolution to the introduction of western science to traditional Korea. We will then discuss the intrinsic nature of modern science and technology as well as its socio-cultural aspects in the context of modern society. Students who take the course shall appreciate how modern science and technology from the nineteenth century has come to manifest a number of unique characteristics, which can be clearly distinguished from the science and technology of even, the eighteenth century. We will discuss in the class the significance of this difference. The course will also highlights the importance of dialogue between experts with different background and encourage more interactions between humanities and natural sciences, so that we can make well-informed and reasonable decisions concerning complicated issues which are so common in our multi-layered society.
1 1 GEN5029 Career Development Ⅰ Compulsory General Studies 1-1-0
The ‘seminar for freshman students’ aims to cover the following aspects: etiquettes of the university life; how to use the university facilities; how to improve oneself and provision of ideal ways to utilize the student period. It aims to broaden the 1st year students’ point of view to their majors as well as the university life in general. The lecture will discuss studying skill including taking notes, taking exams, time management and subject enrollment in order to guide students to achieve an ideal studying pattern and further to set up a career path. It will also deal with basic information about diverse study areas, domestic and international social issues and career development.
1 1 SYH0001 HUMAN LEADERSHIP Compulsory General Studies 2-2-0
Hanyang Leadership(HELP: Hanyang Essential Leadership Plus) is the leadership development program of Hanyang University that "helps" Hanyang students to be CEOs. The first step of this program, Hanyang Leadership(HELP1) is the core course for freshmen. This course is composed of 3 parts, "pride in Hanyang", "core values in global society" and "life planning". In "pride in Hanyang" students will review the history, values and vision of Hanyang University. In "core values in global society" students will study 6 core values and case study on the core values of global companys. In "life planning" students will reflect on their history and present and develop the vision and mission statement.
1 2 CHI2003 Chinese 2 Elective Core General Studies 3-3-0
1 2 ENG2063 English Phonetics Compulsory Major 3-3-0
1 2 GEN0003 Korean Compulsory General Studies 3-3-0
1 2 GEN0022 English 2 Compulsory General Studies 3-2-3
1 2 GEN0025 German 2 Elective Core General Studies 3-3-0
1 2 GEN0028 French 2 Elective Core General Studies 3-3-0
1 2 GEN0038 Introduction to Linguistics Elective General Studies 3-3-0
1 2 GEN0039 Introduction to Psychology Elective General Studies 3-3-0
1 2 GEN0040 Logical Theory Elective General Studies 3-3-0
1 2 GEN0053 Japanese 2 Elective Core General Studies 3-3-0
1 2 GEN0080 Chinese Characters Elective General Studies 3-3-0
1 2 GEN0083 Introduction to Esthetics Elective General Studies 3-3-0
1 2 GEN1011 Introduction to Image Elective General Studies 3-3-0
1 2 DEE4010 Readings in English & American Prose Compulsory General Studies 3-3-0
1 2 ENG1002 English Conversation 1-2 Compulsory Major 2-0-2
This course aims at enhancing students' ability to deliver their views effectively on the given subjects through intensive presentation practice.
1 2 ENG1004 Language Lab.2 Compulsory Major 1-0-2
1 2 ENG3007 INTRODUCTION TO ENGLISH LINGUISTICS Compulsory Major 3-3-0
1 2 GEN1025 English Compulsory General Studies 3-3-1
1 2 GEN1028 Introduction to Office Automation Compulsory General Studies 1-0-2
1 2 GEN1093 Practical English Conversation 1 Compulsory General Studies 3-4-0
1 2 ENG2038 Understanding English Literature (Compulsory) Requirement in Fundamental Studies 3-3-0
Close reading of “An Outline of English Literature” for the general knowledge of the basic literary concepts, origins and trends in English literature from the Anglo-Saxon period to the present.
1 2 ENG3007 INTRODUCTION TO ENGLISH LINGUISTICS (Compulsory) Requirement in Fundamental Studies 3-3-0
This is an introductory-level course that explores the field of English linguistics. During the semester, we will investigate the basic concepts and methods of the core sub-fields of English linguistics, including phonetics, phonology, morphology, syntax, semantics and pragmatics. We will further study the relationship between English and the society and culture, and the acquisition of English by young children.
1 2 GEN1093 Practical English Conversation 1 (Compulsory) Requirement in Fundamental Studies 3-4-0
The objective of this program is to develop communicative competence and motivation to communicate in English both inside and outside of the classroom. The rationale for the program is basically to provide students with a sound opportunity to develop the 4 language skills: listening, speaking, reading and writing. The proposed program combines spoken and reading components in a single class format with clear emphasis on spoken English; it utilizes a communicative approach, targeting spoken language skills in conjunction with reading skills, and reserving writing for homework (although minimal writing will b done in class). The 4 language skills will be integrated witin a well-conceived spoken English program which emphasizes speaking time in class.
1 2 GEN5031 CHINESE LANGUAGE AND CHARACTERS (Compulsory) Requirement in Fundamental Studies 3-4-0
This is basic course in Mandarin Chinese and Chinese Characters, which include practice of accurate pronunciation, basic patterns of Mandarin Chinese and study of the theory and usage of Chinese grammar, in order to acquire an understanding of the Chinese language. Audio-visual tools will be used. This course also explains Korean pronunciations and meanings of Chinese Characters.
1 2 GER1059 CULTURE AND ART (Compulsory) Requirement in Fundamental Studies 3-3-0
This course surveys various types of social developments and changes through highlighting their areas of culture and art. While understanding characteristics of art in accordance with its cultural differences, we will interpret social functions and cultural meanings of art.
1 2 PER0001 Performative Humanities (Compulsory) Requirement in Fundamental Studies 1-1-1
This course aims both at conducting research on academic convergence and at literacy education, pursuing communication crossing the boundaries between culture and technology. Today humankind is in changing relationships with science and technology on the one hand, and with politico-economy and society on the other. Through fashioning performative ethics and producing praxis knowledge, the course tries to suggest some sense of direction for the human subject to deal with the changes. The course consists of lectures and tutorial, providing students with some opportunities for widening their perspective on the basics of humanities and their applications.
1 2 CUL0005 Korean Speaking and Writing (Compulsory) Requirement in Fundamental Studies 3-4-0
This class is opened in intention to express creative imagination though speech and writing. This class is divided by 2 parts explaining writing and thoughts, speech and culture. Writing and thoughts contains association training, structures of writing, description, compare and contrast and writing logical sentences. Speech and culture criticizes culture and literature. Both parts contains many programs that enables students to participate. That should make the class interesting and also valuable.
1 2 ENG2038 Understanding English Literature (Compulsory) Requirement in Fundamental Studies 3-3-0
Close reading of “An Outline of English Literature” for the general knowledge of the basic literary concepts, origins and trends in English literature from the Anglo-Saxon period to the present.
1 2 ENG3007 INTRODUCTION TO ENGLISH LINGUISTICS (Compulsory) Requirement in Fundamental Studies 3-3-0
This is an introductory-level course that explores the field of English linguistics. During the semester, we will investigate the basic concepts and methods of the core sub-fields of English linguistics, including phonetics, phonology, morphology, syntax, semantics and pragmatics. We will further study the relationship between English and the society and culture, and the acquisition of English by young children.
1 2 GEN4091 Philosophical Understanding of Science and Technology (Compulsory) Requirement in Fundamental Studies 2-2-0
His career as a wide range of knowledge and lessons learned in the previous semester plan to explore in depth the process. Employment working in the industry of major interest to seniors invited to hear the information about the industry to prepare for what you need to learn knowhow. In addition, students who already have a job that aim to visit seniors plan their careers and the skills necessary to equip determined to develop a career that any plan.
1 2 GEN6044 Hanyang Community Service (Compulsory) Requirement in Fundamental Studies 1-0-2
His career as a wide range of knowledge and lessons learned in the previous semester plan to explore in depth the process. Employment working in the industry of major interest to seniors invited to hear the information about the industry to prepare for what you need to learn knowhow. In addition, students who already have a job that aim to visit seniors plan their careers and the skills necessary to equip determined to develop a career that any plan.
1 2 CUL0005 Korean Speaking and Writing (Compulsory) Requirement in Fundamental Studies 3-3-0
This course is to understand about the culture of the moderns, can be represented in the speaking and writing skills and a free imagination, and creative and critical reason for celebration. In addition, students can participate in lectures and presentations, a discussion of the end of class for free and a variety of writing and the correct writing of the progress and lessons will be conducted. Subjective reason ability and come in a variety of situations, each student through this class so that you can be a true and accurate communication, speaking and writing skills will be able to exert.
1 2 ENG1065 APPRECIATION OF ENGLISH LITERARY CLASSICS (Compulsory) Requirement in Fundamental Studies 3-3-0
1 2 ENG2088 English Lab (Compulsory) Requirement in Fundamental Studies 3-3-0
1 2 ENG3007 INTRODUCTION TO ENGLISH LINGUISTICS (Compulsory) Requirement in Fundamental Studies 3-3-0
This is an introductory-level course that explores the field of English linguistics. During the semester, we will investigate the basic concepts and methods of the core sub-fields of English linguistics, including phonetics, phonology, morphology, syntax, semantics and pragmatics. We will further study the relationship between English and the society and culture, and the acquisition of English by young children.
1 2 GEN4091 Philosophical Understanding of Science and Technology (Compulsory) Requirement in Fundamental Studies 3-3-0
This course aims to survey some important theoretical results recently obtained in science and technology studies. We will carefully examine a number of concrete case studies studied by scholars from philosophy of science and technology, sociology of science and technology, and history of science and technology. The students taking the course shall learn various aspects of modern science and technology in the context of modern society. They shall appreciate how modern science and technology from the nineteenth century has come to manifest a number of its unique features, which can be clearly distinguished from the science and technology of even, the eighteenth century. We will discuss in the class the significance of differences for proper understanding of science and technology of our time. The course will also encourage more interactions between humanities and natural sciences so that we can make well-informed and reasonable decisions concerning complicated issues which are so common in our multi-layered society. The target audience of the course is students studying natural sciences and/or engineering. The contents of the course will be stylized each term, considering the student';s needs and backgrounds.
1 2 GEN6044 Hanyang Community Service (Compulsory) Requirement in Fundamental Studies 1-0-2
His career as a wide range of knowledge and lessons learned in the previous semester plan to explore in depth the process. Employment working in the industry of major interest to seniors invited to hear the information about the industry to prepare for what you need to learn knowhow. In addition, students who already have a job that aim to visit seniors plan their careers and the skills necessary to equip determined to develop a career that any plan.
1 2 CUL0005 Korean Speaking and Writing Compulsory General Studies 3-3-0
Through kiscussion this course ask the following questions: (1) What is free associaton?; (2) How do you compose and make a text? How do you talk about a certain issue?; (3) What is rational and logical thought?; (4) How do you enhance originality and rationlity? The course help students acquire an understanding of text and composition.
1 2 CUL0011 Creative Computing Compulsory General Studies 3-1-2
For students of no experience in computer programming area, the fundamental concepts and the methods of application of a computer programming language will be studied and learned by going through a developing process of a simple computer game from the bottom using "Python", very easy programming language to start. By inducing students to discuss freely and have question and answer sessions briskly about questions coming to mind during developing computer programs in practice, students will acquire computer programming understandings. Then the purpose of this course is to develop their ability to produce creative ideas in fusion technique for their major area in highly information-oriented society.
1 2 ENG1068 ENGLISH READING AND DISCUSSION 2 Basic Major 3-1-2
This class builds on what was studied in English Reading and Discussion 1, and students must have taken that class before registering for this one. This semester, very little time will be spent analyzing the readings together in class; it is assumed that students know how to deconstruct and evaluate texts. It is also assumed that students have some experience preparing for and participating in formal, structured debates. Students will complete the assigned readings and related case preparation for homework, and issues related to those readings will be debated in subsequent classes. Students should keep in mind that some debates will be require them to fulfill different roles while advocating and opposing positions which may not reflect their own. New areas of study may include: additional fallacies, preempting arguments, co-opting arguments, hypotheticals, noncommittal answers, rhetoric and humor. Substantial feedback will be given after each debate.
1 2 ENG1069 ROMANTIC LITERATURE Basic Major 3-3-0
The basic idea in Romanticism is that reason cannot explain everything. In reaction to the cult of rationality that was the Enlightenment, the Romantics searched for deeper, often subconscious appeals. They saw a shift from faith in reason to faith in the senses, feelings, and imagination; a shift from an interest in urban society to an interest in the rural and natural; a shift from public, impersonal poetry to subjective poetry; and from concern with the scientific and mundane to interest in the mysterious and infinite. With these characteristics of Romanticism in mind, this course will focus on major Romantics: William Wordsworth, S. T. Coleridge, P. B. Shelley, John Keats, Mary Shelley, the Brontes and so on: it will show how mainly they cared about the individual, intuition, and imagination in their works.
1 2 ENG1070 Capstone Design for Drama Performance in English Extended Major 1-0-1
1 2 ENG3007 INTRODUCTION TO ENGLISH LINGUISTICS Basic Major 3-3-0
This course introduces selected general concepts of linguistics, and is organized in a “bottom-up” fashion?from the smallest to the largest segments of language. It will start off by discussing some characteristics of human language and the differences between prescriptive and descriptive linguistics, and will proceed with English sounds, words, sentence structures, meaning, and language change. This introductory language course is primarily designed 1) to allow students to gain a sufficient amount of knowledge of the English language for further studies, and 2) to provide them with the tools necessary for understanding the nature of and for analyzing the English language. Through these tools, students are expected to see patterns of English on many levels?sounds, words, grammar, and discourse.
2 1 COH1002 Literature & Modern Sociology Compulsory General Studies 3-3-0
2 1 COH1003 History of Modern Society Compulsory General Studies 3-3-0
2 1 COH1004 Philosophy & Modern Society Compulsory General Studies 3-3-0
2 1 ENG2001 English Conversation 1 Compulsory Major 1-0-2
2 1 ENG2012 English Romantic Poetry Compulsory Major 3-3-0
2 1 ENG2051 Structural Grammar Elective Major 3-3-0
2 1 ENG3054 British & American Short Novels Elective Major 3-3-0
2 1 GEN0010 Physical Education 1 Elective General Studies 1-0-2
2 1 ENG2015 20Th Century American Novels Elective Major 3-3-0
2 1 ENG2021 English Conversation 2-1 Compulsory Major 1-0-2
This course aims at enhancing students' ability to discuss freely and fluently with foreigners through intensive discussion practice.
2 1 ENG2023 Introduction to English Literature 1 Compulsory Major 3-3-0
2 1 ENG2063 English Phonetics Elective Major 3-3-0
2 1 ENG3014 18Th Century English Poetry Compulsory Major 3-3-0
2 1 ENG3059 English Composition 1 Compulsory Major 1-0-2
2 1 ENG2033 Understanding American Literature Core Major 3-3-0
This course is based on the close reading of "An Outline of American Literature" for the basic literary perceptions and methods in American literature from the colonial period to the present. It also gives time to reading major works by representative authors of the U. S. The course is to read selections from poetry, novels, plays, and criticism, so that students could understand how it feels to be in contact with American literature. They will get interested in reading more of each genre in the end.
2 1 ENG2063 English Phonetics Core Major 3-3-0
This course is designed to provide students with a general understanding of articulatory English phonetics. This involves examining the pronunciation of English in detail and exploring its description using linguistic terminology. The study of English speech sounds will provide students with phonetic concepts which can be used not only for academic purpose, but also for language teaching.
2 1 ENG2073 THE BRITISH DRAMA Core Major 3-3-0
This course covers modern British and Irish drama texts which include the English way of life and English people's tradition. Students examine the changes of styles and subjects of English plays. By reading quite a few major plays, students practice dramatic dialogues and analyze their discourses.
2 1 ENG2076 PRACTICAL ENGLISH GRAMMAR Core Major 3-3-0
In this course, students learn the basic patterns of English sentences and the fundamental grammar points of English. Students are advised to read such books written by Jesperson, Curme, and Onions, etc. This course is intented for providing students with opportunities to learn how to effectively express themselves in English both in speaking and in writing.
2 1 ENG2077 ENGLISH SPEAKING1 INTERVIEW Extended Major 3-2-2
This course aims at English major students' capability to build up basics for content-based English speaking. Focusing on various interviews, students practice complex English sentences to improve their proficiency in objective English statements.
2 1 ENG3054 British & American Short Novels Core Major 3-3-0
This course is a comprehensive reading and interpretation of representative British and American short novels by many famous writers, such as Dickens, Hardy, Kipling, Woolf, Lawrence, Huxley (English writers) and Irving, Hawthorne, Poe, Twain, Hemingway, Faulkner and Anderson (American writers).
2 1 SYH0002 GLOBAL LEADERSHIP (Compulsory) Requirement in Fundamental Studies 2-2-0
Hanyang Leadership(HELP: Hanyang Essential Leadership Plus) is the leadership development program of Hanyang University that "helps" Hanyang students to be CEOs. The second step of this program, Hanyang Leadership(HELP2) is the core course for Sophomores. In the 21st century, we are moving into a global soceity where all countries are interconnected. Everything is changing at the speed of light. Competition is increasing. Digital Convergence is occurring. Global leaders are the key to success for all organizations. In a global soceity, you can prepare for your future through HELP2. The purpose of HELP is to prepare students to be global leaders for the next generation. HELP2 teaches students: Global Leadership, Global Paradigm, Global Literacy, Global Manners, and Global Mindset. Hanyang university students will be global leaders through HELP2.
2 1 ENG2033 Understanding American Literature Core Major 3-3-0
This course is based on the close reading of "An Outline of American Literature" for the basic literary perceptions and methods in American literature from the colonial period to the present. It also gives time to reading major works by representative authors of the U. S. The course is to read selections from poetry, novels, plays, and criticism, so that students could understand how it feels to be in contact with American literature. They will get interested in reading more of each genre in the end.
2 1 ENG2063 English Phonetics Core Major 3-3-0
This course is designed to provide students with a general understanding of articulatory English phonetics. This involves examining the pronunciation of English in detail and exploring its description using linguistic terminology. The study of English speech sounds will provide students with phonetic concepts which can be used not only for academic purpose, but also for language teaching.
2 1 ENG2073 THE BRITISH DRAMA Core Major 3-3-0
This course covers modern British and Irish drama texts which include the English way of life and English people's tradition. Students examine the changes of styles and subjects of English plays. By reading quite a few major plays, students practice dramatic dialogues and analyze their discourses.
2 1 ENG2076 PRACTICAL ENGLISH GRAMMAR Core Major 3-3-0
In this course, students learn the basic patterns of English sentences and the fundamental grammar points of English. Students are advised to read such books written by Jesperson, Curme, and Onions, etc. This course is intented for providing students with opportunities to learn how to effectively express themselves in English both in speaking and in writing.
2 1 ENG2082 SPEAKING1: SPEECH Extended Major 3-3-0
The objectives of this course are to get students talking about a number of relevant and current issues and to learn how to think critically for themselves. Student will make speeches, write a journal, do an oral presentation presenting an issue of their own choice to the class at least once during the term and will participate in numerous group and class discussions. LEVEL TESTING IS STANDARD FOR THIS CLASS AND STUDENTS MAY BE REASSIGNED TO A LEVEL APPRORIATE CLASS TAUGHT BY ANY OF OUR INSTUCTORS
2 1 ENG3054 British & American Short Novels Core Major 3-3-0
This course is a comprehensive reading and interpretation of representative British and American short novels by many famous writers, such as Dickens, Hardy, Kipling, Woolf, Lawrence, Huxley (English writers) and Irving, Hawthorne, Poe, Twain, Hemingway, Faulkner and Anderson (American writers).
2 1 ENG2033 Understanding American Literature Core Major 3-3-0
This course is based on the close reading of "An Outline of American Literature" for the basic literary perceptions and methods in American literature from the colonial period to the present. It also gives time to reading major works by representative authors of the U. S. The course is to read selections from poetry, novels, plays, and criticism, so that students could understand how it feels to be in contact with American literature. They will get interested in reading more of each genre in the end.
2 1 ENG2063 English Phonetics Core Major 3-3-0
This course is designed to provide students with a general understanding of articulatory English phonetics. This involves examining the pronunciation of English in detail and exploring its description using linguistic terminology. The study of English speech sounds will provide students with phonetic concepts which can be used not only for academic purpose, but also for language teaching.
2 1 ENG2073 THE BRITISH DRAMA Core Major 3-3-0
This course covers modern British and Irish drama texts which include the English way of life and English people's tradition. Students examine the changes of styles and subjects of English plays. By reading quite a few major plays, students practice dramatic dialogues and analyze their discourses.
2 1 ENG2076 PRACTICAL ENGLISH GRAMMAR Core Major 3-3-0
In this course, students learn the basic patterns of English sentences and the fundamental grammar points of English. Students are advised to read such books written by Jesperson, Curme, and Onions, etc. This course is intented for providing students with opportunities to learn how to effectively express themselves in English both in speaking and in writing.
2 1 ENG2085 SPEAKING1 Core Major 3-3-0
The objectives of this course are to get students talking about a number of relevant and current issues and to learn how to think critically for themselves. Student will make speeches, write a journal, do an oral presentation presenting an issue of their own choice to the class at least once during the term and will participate in numerous group and class discussions. LEVEL TESTING IS STANDARD FOR THIS CLASS AND STUDENTS MAY BE REASSIGNED TO A LEVEL APPRORIATE CLASS TAUGHT BY ANY OF OUR INSTUCTORS
2 1 ENG3054 British & American Short Novels Core Major 3-3-0
This course is a comprehensive reading and interpretation of representative British and American short novels by many famous writers, such as Dickens, Hardy, Kipling, Woolf, Lawrence, Huxley (English writers) and Irving, Hawthorne, Poe, Twain, Hemingway, Faulkner and Anderson (American writers).
2 1 ENG2033 American History and Literature Core Major 3-3-0
This course is designed to help students understand American history and literature in various cultural contexts. Emphasis will be placed on the topic of E Pluribus Unum, a Latin phrase meaning "One from many." Over the years, E Pluribus Unum has served as a reminder of America's bold attempt to make one unified nation of people from many different backgrounds and beliefs. The very challenge of seeking unity while respecting diversity has played a critical role in shaping American history, literature, and the national character. This course will seek throughout the semester to understand what it truly means to be American and what it entails to be defined as American by reading and analyzing various texts and media through the lens of an array of key ideas in American history and culture.
2 1 ENG2063 English Phonetics Core Major 3-3-0
This course is designed to provide students with a general understanding of articulatory English phonetics. This involves examining the pronunciation of English (primarily British English along with its comparison with American English) in detail along with intensive practice, and exploring its description using linguistic terminology. The study of English speech sounds will provide students with phonetic concepts and pronunciation skills which can be used not only for academic purpose, but also for language teaching. Students are expected to learn consonant and vowel systems of British English and practice their pronunciations in connected speech in comparison with those of American English. The main topics include 1) principles of speech sounds, 2) principles of the pronunciation of individual sounds in isolation vs. in connected speech, 3) International Phonetic Alphabets (symbols), 4) English stress and intonation, 5) British English vs. American English. The class will also touch on phonetic transfer of L2 which will enhance our understanding of non-native speech production and perception.
2 1 ENG2073 THE BRITISH DRAMA Core Major 3-3-0
This course covers modern British and Irish drama texts which include the English way of life and English people's tradition. Students examine the changes of styles and subjects of English plays. By reading quite a few major plays, students practice dramatic dialogues and analyze their discourses.
2 1 ENG2076 PRACTICAL ENGLISH GRAMMAR Core Major 3-3-0
In this course, students learn the basic patterns of English sentences and the fundamental grammar points of English. Students are advised to read such books written by Jesperson, Curme, and Onions, etc. This course is intented for providing students with opportunities to learn how to effectively express themselves in English both in speaking and in writing.
2 1 ENG2090 English Speaking and Communicative Competence Basic Major 3-3-0
This is a college level conversation class designed to help students develop the analysis and content speeches and presentations in your other classes require. The primary focus of this class will be to develop speaking style and the ability to think analytically, critically, and persuasively about texts in varied formats. The class will guide students through the formation of simple arguments, the identification of common flaws in arguments, the evaluation and repair of arguments, and the application of the preceding to authentic texts. To allow students to become familiar with the new contexts and material, the first half of the semester will be conducted as informal discussions. The second half of the semester will be conducted as formal debates.
2 1 ENG2091 Anglo-American Media Culture Core Major 3-3-0
This course is designed to provide English major students with basic background knowledge of such diverse areas as British history, politics, economy, society and culture. Emphasis is also given to promoting the students' listening and speaking abilities in English.
2 2 ENG2002 English Conversation 2 Compulsory Major 1-0-2
2 2 ENG2011 Introduction to English Literature Compulsory Major 3-3-0
2 2 ENG2013 20Th Century English & American Drama Elective Major 3-3-0
2 2 ENG2015 20Th Century American Novels Compulsory Major 3-3-0
2 2 ENG2016 Victorian British Poetry Elective Major 3-3-0
2 2 ENG3007 INTRODUCTION TO ENGLISH LINGUISTICS Elective Major 3-3-0
2 2 GEN0011 Physical Education 2 Elective General Studies 1-0-2
2 2 GEN2005 English Conversation Elective General Studies 3-3-0
2 2 GEN2006 English Composition Elective General Studies 3-3-0
2 2 GEN2007 English Readings Elective General Studies 3-3-0
2 2 ENG2005 English Phonology Compulsory Major 3-3-0
2 2 ENG2013 20Th Century English & American Drama Elective Major 3-3-0
2 2 ENG2022 English Conversation 2-2 Compulsory Major 1-0-2
This course aims at enhancing students' ability to discuss freely and fluently with foreigners through intensive discussion practice.
2 2 ENG2024 Introduction to English Literature 2 Elective Major 3-3-0
2 2 ENG3010 20Th Century English Novels Elective Major 3-3-0
2 2 ENG3060 English Composition 2 Compulsory Major 1-0-2
2 2 ENG4009 Medieval & Renaissance Poetry Elective Major 3-3-0
2 2 ENG2005 English Phonology Core Major 3-3-0
Of the many approaches to English phonology, this course focuses on the Generative Method centering around the distinctive feature theory. It deals with naturalness, phonological processes, and phonological rules, etc. Also, the strengths and weaknesses of other approaches are discusses, and the latest trends in phonology are introduced.
2 2 ENG2074 THE AMERICAN DRAMA Core Major 3-3-0
From modern American drama texts, the course deals with American tradition, and its relation with styles and subjects of plays. In order for the students to enhance the proficiency of American spoken English, the class work includes performance of dramatic scenes.
2 2 ENG2075 THE AMERICAN NOVEL Core Major 3-3-0
This course aims at studying the development and the characteristics of the American novel from the 19th century to the present. It also examines the American culture through the close reading of the works of the major American novelists.
2 2 ENG2078 ENGLISH SPEAKING2 PRESENTATION Extended Major 3-2-2
The course is an intermediate English speaking practice for English major students. In order to improve content-based English speaking proficiency students practice various presentation, developing and discussing paragraphs with main ideas. Expressive and persuasive English must be exercised.
2 2 ENG2079 Language Acquisition and English Linguistics Core Major 3-3-0
This is an introductory course to the study of language acquisition. The focus will be on synyactic issues within both first and second language acquisition, with some attention to relevant theories of language acquisition. Research methodologies for obtaining acquisition data from language learners will be introduced and the data will be analyzed using syntactic theories.
2 2 ENG2080 ENGLISH WRITING1 SENTENCES Extended Major 3-3-1
For the acquisition of accurate standard written English, students practice basic structures of English clauses and sentences. From simple sentences to parallelism and subordination, the course also studies English grammar for topic-statement patterns and word-order. Through the practice such as translation, picture description and summary sentence, students will develop their English writing for one-sentence expression.
2 2 ENG3002 17,18Th Century English Poetry Core Major 3-3-0
The course mainly deals with the 17th and 18th English poetry. Besides, students will be introduced to the social and cultural backgrounds of the 17th and 18th England. The main focus is, however, on major poets, including Shakespeare, Milton, Dryden and Pope, and on the main schools of poetical movements.
2 2 ENG2005 English Phonology Core Major 3-3-0
Of the many approaches to English phonology, this course focuses on the Generative Method centering around the distinctive feature theory. It deals with naturalness, phonological processes, and phonological rules, etc. Also, the strengths and weaknesses of other approaches are discusses, and the latest trends in phonology are introduced.
2 2 ENG2074 THE AMERICAN DRAMA Core Major 3-3-0
From modern American drama texts, the course deals with American tradition, and its relation with styles and subjects of plays. In order for the students to enhance the proficiency of American spoken English, the class work includes performance of dramatic scenes.
2 2 ENG2075 THE AMERICAN NOVEL Core Major 3-3-0
This course aims at studying the development and the characteristics of the American novel from the 19th century to the present. It also examines the American culture through the close reading of the works of the major American novelists.
2 2 ENG2079 Language Acquisition and English Linguistics Core Major 3-3-0
This is an introductory course to the study of language acquisition. The focus will be on synyactic issues within both first and second language acquisition, with some attention to relevant theories of language acquisition. Research methodologies for obtaining acquisition data from language learners will be introduced and the data will be analyzed using syntactic theories.
2 2 ENG2083 WRITING1: SENTENCES AND PARAGRAPH DEVELOPMENT Extended Major 3-3-0
The objectives of this course will be to help students write both proper sentences and a basic paragraph including topic, body and concluding sentences. Also, we will look at how to write different types of paragraphs including Narrative, Comparison, and Argumentative. Coursework will include writing numerous basic paragraphs in class and for homework as well as 2 exams and tutorial time. LEVEL TESTING IS STANDARD FOR THIS CLASS AND STUDENTS MAY BE REASSIGNED TO A LEVEL APPRORIATE CLASS TAUGHT BY ANY OF OUR INSTUCTORS.
2 2 ENG2084 SPEAKING2: PRESENTATION & DEBATE Extended Major 3-3-0
The objectives for this course are to learn how: to deliver a presentation with acceptable posture, eye contact & voice inflection. Proper structure for a presentation with an introduction, body and conclusion will be taught with appropriate transitions and how to make and use a variety of visuals including graphs, diagrams, flow charts and bullet charts. Students will have to make at least 3 graded presentations in class and write outlines and self evaluations for all presentations given.
2 2 ENG3002 17,18Th Century English Poetry Core Major 3-3-0
The course mainly deals with the 17th and 18th English poetry. Besides, students will be introduced to the social and cultural backgrounds of the 17th and 18th England. The main focus is, however, on major poets, including Shakespeare, Milton, Dryden and Pope, and on the main schools of poetical movements.
2 2 GEN6032 PROFESSIONAL ACADEMIC ENGLISH (Compulsory) Requirement in Fundamental Studies 3-4-0
The Professional Academic English for students at Hanyang University focuses on the development of the oral and written communication skills, which are required in the globalized world community. The course aims to help students develop the competencies that are required in their future studies and career: professional knowledge, interpersonal and communicative competences. The course requires the students to develop creative problem solving skills. For this, the students perform various tasks by investigating and analyzing engineering topics as well as developing solutions. The students’ communication and negotiation skills are systematically supported by language skill development such as learning academic forms and structures of the language that are used in formal oral presentations and essays. The expected course outcome is that students are able to write academic reports, participate in discussions and make oral presentations in English on their major topics. Throughout the course, the students are encouraged to explore various major-related topics, to conduct systematic problem analyses, and to collaborate for creative problem solutions. Classroom activities mainly focus on the oral presentation and writing skills, and the preparatory activities of the essay writing. The course requires the students to make three oral presentations and write three essays in English on their major-related topics. Students are required to make a portfolio of their work, to be submitted and assessed. This will be discussed in class.
2 2 SYH0002 GLOBAL LEADERSHIP (Compulsory) Requirement in Fundamental Studies 2-2-0
Hanyang Leadership(HELP: Hanyang Essential Leadership Plus) is the leadership development program of Hanyang University that "helps" Hanyang students to be CEOs. The second step of this program, Global Leadership(HELP2) is the core course for sophomores. In the 21st century, we are moving into a global society where all countries are interconnected. Everything is changing at the speed of light. Competition is increasing. Digital convergence is occurring. Global leaders are the key to success for all organizations. In the global society, you can prepare for your future through HELP2. The purpose of HELP is to prepare students to be global leaders for the next generation. HELP2 teaches students: Global Leadership, Global Paradigm, Global Literacy, Global Manners and Global Mindset. Hanyang University students will be global leaders through HELP2.
2 2 ENG2005 English Phonology Core Major 3-3-0
Of the many approaches to English phonology, this course focuses on the Generative Method centering around the distinctive feature theory. It deals with naturalness, phonological processes, and phonological rules, etc. Also, the strengths and weaknesses of other approaches are discusses, and the latest trends in phonology are introduced.
2 2 ENG2038 Understanding English Literature Core Major 3-3-0
Close reading of “An Outline of English Literature” for the general knowledge of the basic literary concepts, origins and trends in English literature from the Anglo-Saxon period to the present.
2 2 ENG2074 THE AMERICAN DRAMA Core Major 3-3-0
From modern American drama texts, the course deals with American tradition, and its relation with styles and subjects of plays. In order for the students to enhance the proficiency of American spoken English, the class work includes performance of dramatic scenes.
2 2 ENG2075 THE AMERICAN NOVEL Core Major 3-3-0
This course aims at studying the development and the characteristics of the American novel from the 19th century to the present. It also examines the American culture through the close reading of the works of the major American novelists.
2 2 ENG2079 Language Acquisition and English Linguistics Core Major 3-3-0
This is an introductory course to the study of language acquisition. The focus will be on synyactic issues within both first and second language acquisition, with some attention to relevant theories of language acquisition. Research methodologies for obtaining acquisition data from language learners will be introduced and the data will be analyzed using syntactic theories.
2 2 ENG2086 WRITING1 Extended Major 3-3-0
The objectives of this course will be to help students write both proper sentences and a basic paragraph including topic, body and concluding sentences. Also, we will look at how to write different types of paragraphs including Narrative, Comparison, and Argumentative. Coursework will include writing numerous basic paragraphs in class and for homework as well as 2 exams and tutorial time. LEVEL TESTING IS STANDARD FOR THIS CLASS AND STUDENTS MAY BE REASSIGNED TO A LEVEL APPRORIATE CLASS TAUGHT BY ANY OF OUR INSTUCTORS.
2 2 ENG2087 SPEAKING2 Core Major 3-3-0
The objectives for this course are to learn how: to deliver a presentation with acceptable posture, eye contact & voice inflection. Proper structure for a presentation with an introduction, body and conclusion will be taught with appropriate transitions and how to make and use a variety of visuals including graphs, diagrams, flow charts and bullet charts. Students will have to make at least 3 graded presentations in class and write outlines and self evaluations for all presentations given.
2 2 ENG3002 17,18Th Century English Poetry Core Major 3-3-0
The course mainly deals with the 17th and 18th English poetry. Besides, students will be introduced to the social and cultural backgrounds of the 17th and 18th England. The main focus is, however, on major poets, including Shakespeare, Milton, Dryden and Pope, and on the main schools of poetical movements.
2 2 GEN6032 PROFESSIONAL ACADEMIC ENGLISH (Compulsory) Requirement in Fundamental Studies 3-3-0
The Professional Academic English for students at Hanyang University focuses on the development of the oral and written communication skills, which are required in the globalized world community. The course aims to help students develop the competencies that are required in their future studies and career: professional knowledge, interpersonal and communicative competences. The course requires the students to develop creative problem solving skills. For this, the students perform various tasks by investigating and analyzing engineering topics as well as developing solutions. The students’ communication and negotiation skills are systematically supported by language skill development such as learning academic forms and structures of the language that are used in formal oral presentations and essays. The expected course outcome is that students are able to write academic reports, participate in discussions and make oral presentations in English on their major topics. Throughout the course, the students are encouraged to explore various major-related topics, to conduct systematic problem analyses, and to collaborate for creative problem solutions. Classroom activities mainly focus on the oral presentation and writing skills, and the preparatory activities of the essay writing. The course requires the students to make three oral presentations and write three essays in English on their major-related topics. Students are required to make a portfolio of their work, to be submitted and assessed. This will be discussed in class. Professional Academic English (PAE) is a required course for all HYU students that develops students’ academic presentation and writing skills using major-related content. Instruction will focus on the concepts and strategies needed in order to both organize and deliver a presentation, along with informal and formal opportunities to practice them. Students will also learn to improve their academic writing through assignments that require the dem
2 2 SYH0002 GLOBAL LEADERSHIP (Compulsory) Requirement in Fundamental Studies 2-2-0
Hanyang Leadership(HELP: Hanyang Essential Leadership Plus) is the leadership development program of Hanyang University that "helps" Hanyang students to be CEOs. The second step of this program, Global Leadership(HELP2) is the core course for sophomores. In the 21st century, we are moving into a global society where all countries are interconnected. Everything is changing at the speed of light. Competition is increasing. Digital convergence is occurring. Global leaders are the key to success for all organizations. In the global society, you can prepare for your future through HELP2. The purpose of HELP is to prepare students to be global leaders for the next generation. HELP2 teaches students: Global Leadership, Global Paradigm, Global Literacy, Global Manners and Global Mindset. Hanyang University students will be global leaders through HELP2.
2 2 ENG2005 English Phonology Core Major 3-3-0
Of the many approaches to English phonology, this course focuses on the Generative Method centering around the distinctive feature theory. It deals with naturalness, phonological processes, and phonological rules, etc. Also, the strengths and weaknesses of other approaches are discusses, and the latest trends in phonology are introduced.
2 2 ENG2038 British Literature and History Core Major 3-3-0
This course is a critical study of British literature from the Elizabethan era to the present day, focusing on what British literature is, when it began, its periods and movements, its generic characteristics, and ultimately the nature of the “Britishness” of British literature. A complex nexus of culture, history and politics will be used as a backdrop against which the fascinating phenomenon of literature from Elizabethan poetry and drama up to our own time is explored. In addition, students will get acquainted with a glossary of literary terms and a time table of historical and literary events. Comprehensive and long-ranging, the course demands that students be committed to a lot of reading and thinking. Apart from the usual midterm and final exams, students are required to complete a project assignment.
2 2 ENG2074 THE AMERICAN DRAMA Core Major 3-3-0
From modern American drama texts, the course deals with American tradition, and its relation with styles and subjects of plays. In order for the students to enhance the proficiency of American spoken English, the class work includes performance of dramatic scenes.
2 2 ENG2075 American Culture and Novel Core Major 3-3-0
This course is aimed to explore the idea of “American Dream,” a core idea in American culture, as it is developed and reflected in American Novels. Students will read authors from the 19th century to the 21st century, focusing on the ways in which “American Dream” was constructed, criticized and transformed throughout the American history. The reading list may include Washington Irving’s Rip Van Winkle, Nathaniel Hawthorne’s Scarlet Letter, Herman Melville’s Bartleby, Mark Twain’s The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn, Henry James’ Daisy Miller, F. Scott Fitzgerald’s The Great Gatsby, Earnest Hemingway’s The Old Man and the Sea, and Toni Morrison’s The Bluest Eye. The texts will be explored and examined in their historical and cultural contexts, with due emphasis upon their interrelations. This course may also watch and analyze movies that are relevant to the texts covered during the course.
2 2 ENG2079 Language Acquisition and English Linguistics Core Major 3-3-0
This is an introductory course to the study of language acquisition. The focus will be on synyactic issues within both first and second language acquisition, with some attention to relevant theories of language acquisition. Research methodologies for obtaining acquisition data from language learners will be introduced and the data will be analyzed using syntactic theories.
2 2 ENG2092 Global English Extended Major 3-3-0
English is widely used as a global means of communications beyond the borders of countries that use it as their official language. Global English is therefore the concept of the English language as “Lingua Franca” by which people around the world communicate each other with a mutual understanding of different ethnic, cultural, social, geographical and political backgrounds. In this course, students are expected (1) to understand different varieties of the English language that they may encounter in communicating people from different parts of the world, and (2) to improve their communicative skills in English not only as a mere communicative means but also as a means of sharing diversity rooted in different cultures and societies.
2 2 ENG4085 English History and Development of the English Language Core Major 3-3-0
This course is based on discussions of the origin and development of the English Language. Focus will be on how English originated from proto-Indo-European, and on how it developed into Old English, Middle English, and Modern English from the viewpoint of historical linguistics.
2 2 GEN6032 PROFESSIONAL ACADEMIC ENGLISH Compulsory General Studies 3-3-0
The Professional Academic English for students at Hanyang University focuses on the development of the oral and written communication skills, which are required in the globalized world community. The course aims to help students develop the competencies that are required in their future studies and career: professional knowledge, interpersonal and communicative competences. The course requires the students to develop creative problem solving skills. For this, the students perform various tasks by investigating and analyzing engineering topics as well as developing solutions. The students’ communication and negotiation skills are systematically supported by language skill development such as learning academic forms and structures of the language that are used in formal oral presentations and essays. The expected course outcome is that students are able to write academic reports, participate in discussions and make oral presentations in English on their major topics. Throughout the course, the students are encouraged to explore various major-related topics, to conduct systematic problem analyses, and to collaborate for creative problem solutions. Classroom activities mainly focus on the oral presentation and writing skills, and the preparatory activities of the essay writing. The course requires the students to make three oral presentations and write three essays in English on their major-related topics. Students are required to make a portfolio of their work, to be submitted and assessed. This will be discussed in class.
2 2 SYH0002 GLOBAL LEADERSHIP Compulsory General Studies 2-2-0
Hanyang Leadership(HELP: Hanyang Essential Leadership Plus) is the leadership development program of Hanyang University that "helps" Hanyang students to be CEOs. The second step of this program, Hanyang Leadership(HELP2) is the core course for Sophomores. In the 21st century, we are moving into a global soceity where all countries are interconnected. Everything is changing at the speed of light. Competition is increasing. Digital Convergence is occurring. Global leaders are the key to success for all organizations. In a global soceity, you can prepare for your future through HELP2. The purpose of HELP is to prepare students to be global leaders for the next generation. HELP2 teaches students: Global Leadership, Global Paradigm, Global Literacy, Global Manners, and Global Mindset. Hanyang university students will be global leaders through HELP2.
3 1 DEE4001 History of The English Language Compulsory Major 3-3-0
3 1 ENG2007 Introduction to American Literature Compulsory Major 3-3-0
3 1 ENG3010 20Th Century English Novels Elective Major 3-3-0
3 1 ENG3014 18Th Century English Poetry Elective Major 3-3-0
3 1 ENG3059 English Composition 1 Elective Major 3-3-0
3 1 ENG4008 World Drama Elective Major 3-3-0
3 1 GEN0001 Genral Ethics 1 Elective General Studies 2-2-0
3 1 ENG2007 Introduction to American Literature Compulsory Major 3-3-0
3 1 ENG2009 18Th Century English Novels Elective Major 3-3-0
3 1 ENG2012 English Romantic Poetry Elective Major 3-3-0
3 1 ENG2051 Structural Grammar Elective Major 3-3-0
3 1 ENG3017 Generative Grammar 1 Compulsory Major 3-3-0
3 1 ENG4008 World Drama Elective Major 3-3-0
3 1 DEE3011 English Syntax Core Major 3-3-0
Students study English syntactic structures as prospective teachers of English, which offers them a strong linguistic basis to compare English and Korean. Students are guided to develop keen insights into English structures.
3 1 ENG3012 Shakespeare Core Major 3-3-0
SHAKESPEARE Critical reading and interpretation of representative Shakespearean tragedies and comedies including Hamlet, Macbeth, King Lear, Othello, The Merchant of Venice, Julius Caesar etc.
3 1 ENG3071 LITERATURE IN THE THIRD WORLD Extended Major 3-3-0
The study of the literary works written in English by the writers of the third world, including those of Australia, New Zealand, and Canada. This course aims at broadening the students' horizen and understanding of the history and culture of the world through the critical reading of the literary works of the hitherto neglected third world writers.
3 1 ENG3074 TOPICS IN ENGLISH LINGUISTICS Extended Major 3-3-0
This course is an examination of various topics in the area of English linguistics. The course deals with English linguistics from diverse theoretical perspectives, including phonology, syntax, semantics, and discourse analysis.
3 1 ENG3075 19 20C ENGLISH AMERICAN POETRY Core Major 3-3-0
This course covers the two centuries of English and American poetry. The students will read major English poets of the Romantic and Victorian periods, and major poets of the 19th century America. In the 20th century the emphasis will be laid equally both on English and American poetry, including Yeats, Eliot, Stevens, Williams.
3 1 ENG3076 ENGLISH ESSAY Extended Major 3-3-0
Reading a variety of British and American essays, the course helps students understand how British and American people think and feel as embodied in the essay genre. And the students have a chance to read the essays by English speaking authors from countries other than Britain and the U. S. As a genre, the essay is a good means for authors to express personal points of view. As a result, the students will be exposed to a wide variety of world views held by many different kinds of people.
3 1 ENG3077 ENGLISH SPEAKING3 DISCUSSION Extended Major 3-2-2
An advanced content-based English speaking course provides English major students with discussion practices, including international business negotiations. Dealing with business- problem-solving tasks, group activities focus on the advanced English communicative competence and performance including real-time listening and speaking.
3 1 ENG3078 ENGLISH WRITING2 PARAGRAPHS Extended Major 3-3-1
This course practices English paragraph unity and its patterns of exposition. Students need to comprehend the structure of English paragraph, topic sentence, and supporting sentences. For logical and persuasive writing, students study discursive coherence and cohesion of paragraphs, and practice English expressions for exemplification, description, comparison, and contrast, cause and effect, and process.
3 1 ENG3082 ENGLISH SYNTAX Core Major 3-3-0
3 1 ENG3084 Introduction to Literary Analysis Core Major 3-3-0
The primary focus and function of Introduction to Literary Analysis will be on learning how to think and write critically, with a particular focus on understanding more deeply the functions of literature and its surrounding discourses. This semester will integrate different forms of literature into this process to demonstrate how English studies, far from being a static object, is a dynamic, heterogeneous entity. The course will attempt to this reflect this diversity in its approach. Students will have an opportunity to express themselves in various ways, such as presentations, class discussions, homework questions, and papers, while reading and interpreting a number of very different texts. The class thus provides an opportunity for students to sample a diverse stylistic range of writing and literature at the same time as having the opportunity to focus on particular areas that interest them most.
3 1 ENG3012 Shakespeare Core Major 3-3-0
Students will be introduced to Shakespeare's poetry, biography, major tragedies, comedies and romances. Through the rehearshal of a play, students will directly experience Shakpespare as our contemporary.
3 1 ENG3071 LITERATURE IN THE THIRD WORLD Extended Major 3-3-0
The study of the literary works written in English by the writers of the third world, including those of Australia, New Zealand, and Canada. This course aims at broadening the students' horizen and understanding of the history and culture of the world through the critical reading of the literary works of the hitherto neglected third world writers.
3 1 ENG3074 TOPICS IN ENGLISH LINGUISTICS Extended Major 3-3-0
This course is an examination of various topics in the area of English linguistics. The course deals with English linguistics from diverse theoretical perspectives, including phonology, syntax, semantics, and discourse analysis.
3 1 ENG3075 19 20C ENGLISH AMERICAN POETRY Core Major 3-3-0
This course covers the two centuries of English and American poetry. The students will read major English poets of the Romantic and Victorian periods, and major poets of the 19th century America. In the 20th century the emphasis will be laid equally both on English and American poetry, including Yeats, Eliot, Stevens, Williams.
3 1 ENG3076 ENGLISH ESSAY Extended Major 3-3-0
Reading a variety of British and American essays, the course helps students understand how British and American people think and feel as embodied in the essay genre. And the students have a chance to read the essays by English speaking authors from countries other than Britain and the U. S. As a genre, the essay is a good means for authors to express personal points of view. As a result, the students will be exposed to a wide variety of world views held by many different kinds of people.
3 1 ENG3082 ENGLISH SYNTAX Core Major 3-3-0
3 1 ENG3084 Introduction to Literary Analysis Core Major 3-3-0
The primary focus and function of Introduction to Literary Analysis will be on learning how to think and write critically, with a particular focus on understanding more deeply the functions of literature and its surrounding discourses. This semester will integrate different forms of literature into this process to demonstrate how English studies, far from being a static object, is a dynamic, heterogeneous entity. The course will attempt to this reflect this diversity in its approach. Students will have an opportunity to express themselves in various ways, such as presentations, class discussions, homework questions, and papers, while reading and interpreting a number of very different texts. The class thus provides an opportunity for students to sample a diverse stylistic range of writing and literature at the same time as having the opportunity to focus on particular areas that interest them most.
3 1 ENG3085 WRITING2: CRITICAL ESSAY AND PROPOSAL Core Major 3-3-0
The objectives of this course will be to help students write a basic critical essay including topic, thesis. introductory, body and concluding paragraphs. Also, we will look at how to write different types of essays including Narrative, Comparison, Cause and Effect and Argumentative Essays as well as basic Business proposals. Coursework will include writing a number of basic essays as well as 2 exams and discussion/Feedback time. LEVEL TESTING IS STANDARD FOR THIS CLASS AND STUDENTS MAY BE REASSIGNED TO A LEVEL APPRORIATE CLASS TAUGHT BY ANY OF OUR INSTUCTORS.
3 1 ENG3087 LOVE AND ENGLISH LITERATURE Extended Major 3-3-0
Love and English Literature is a course that focuses on works of literature, written in or translated into English, that take love as their central theme. While love is a feeling that is universal to all human beings, the particular forms it takes are also shaped by history and culture, and the works selected for this course will seek to examine the different cultural shapes and forms that love has assumed. During this semester, for instance, we shall examine the theme of love and loss in contemporary English fiction.
3 1 GEN6094 Fieldwork 1 Extended Major 3-0-3
3 1 TEA3004 English Educational Theories on Subject Compulsory for Teacher Certification 2-2-0
3 1 TEA5004 English Educational Theories on Subject --Major for Teacher Certifica-- 3-3-0
3 1 ENG3012 Shakespeare Core Major 3-3-0
Students will be introduced to Shakespeare's poetry, biography, major tragedies, comedies and romances. Through the rehearshal of a play, students will directly experience Shakpespare as our contemporary.
3 1 ENG3071 LITERATURE IN THE THIRD WORLD Extended Major 3-3-0
The study of the literary works written in English by the writers of the third world, including those of Australia, New Zealand, and Canada. This course aims at broadening the students' horizen and understanding of the history and culture of the world through the critical reading of the literary works of the hitherto neglected third world writers.
3 1 ENG3074 Language, Society and Culture of the English Speaking World Extended Major 3-3-0
This course is an examination of various topics in the area of English linguistics. The course deals with English linguistics from diverse theoretical perspectives, including phonology, syntax, semantics, and discourse analysis.
3 1 ENG3075 Modern English and American Poetry and European History Core Major 3-3-0
This course covers the two centuries of English and American poetry. The students will read major English poets of the Romantic and Victorian periods, and major poets of the 19th century America. In the 20th century the emphasis will be laid equally both on English and American poetry, including Yeats, Eliot, Stevens, Williams.
3 1 ENG3081 Experimental English Phonetics Core Major 3-3-0
In this course, students will be introduced to the basic acoustic and perceptual characteristics of sounds and some theoretical issues in acoustic and auditory phonetics. Students will also learn English intonation by looking at actual acoustic data with pitch contours. In class, students will indeed obtain hands-on experience on measuring values of acoustic parameters, such as Voice Onset Time, segment duration, vowel formants, and pitch. This course is appropriate for those who are interested in obtaining indepth knowledge about English sounds and/or in preparing for graduate studies in experimental English linguistics. Students are expected to complete a small research project in the end. This course is an English-only course for which English is used as the medium of instruction. Students are expected to have previously taken at least two of the following courses: Introduction to English Linguistics, English Phonetics, and English Psycholinguistics (The psychology of language).
3 1 ENG3082 ENGLISH SYNTAX Core Major 3-3-0
3 1 ENG3084 Introduction to Literary Analysis Core Major 3-3-0
The primary focus and function of Introduction to Literary Analysis will be on learning how to think and write critically, with a particular focus on understanding more deeply the functions of literature and its surrounding discourses. This semester will integrate different forms of literature into this process to demonstrate how English studies, far from being a static object, is a dynamic, heterogeneous entity. The course will attempt to this reflect this diversity in its approach. Students will have an opportunity to express themselves in various ways, such as presentations, class discussions, homework questions, and papers, while reading and interpreting a number of very different texts. The class thus provides an opportunity for students to sample a diverse stylistic range of writing and literature at the same time as having the opportunity to focus on particular areas that interest them most.
3 1 ENG3090 GENDER AND ENGLISH LITERATURE Extended Major 3-3-0
3 1 ENG3091 Critical English Writing 2 Core Major 3-3-0
The objectives of this course will be to help students write a basic critical essay including topic, thesis. introductory, body and concluding paragraphs. Also, we will look at how to write different types of essays including Narrative, Comparison, Cause and Effect and Argumentative Essays as well as basic Business proposals. Coursework will include writing a number of basic essays as well as 2 exams and discussion/Feedback time. LEVEL TESTING IS STANDARD FOR THIS CLASS AND STUDENTS MAY BE REASSIGNED TO A LEVEL APPRORIATE CLASS TAUGHT BY ANY OF OUR INSTUCTORS.
3 1 ENG3100 American Economy Extended Major 3-3-0
This course is designed to provide students with an accessible introduction to such a complex topic as global economy and America's relationship with and role in it. In order to investigate systematically the nature of the role that America plays in the rapidly changing structure of global economy, the course examines the ubiquitous parlance of "globalization" in economic, political, cultural and ideological dimensions and perspectives. It also attempts to discover the specific points of change in global(izing) economy formulated and led by America, focusing on the nature and development of the tension that exists the economic interests and political values of America. After discussing various challenges to globalism as a manifested form of Americanization, the course offers an assessment of the future of globalization. In doing do, it considers the issues and problems that Korean economy is facing in the context of American-led global economy.
3 1 GEN6094 Fieldwork 1 Extended Major 3-0-3
3 1 TEA5004 English Educational Theories on Subject --Major for Teacher Certifica-- 3-3-0
3 1 TEA5022 Foreign Language Educational Theories on Subject --Major for Teacher Certifica-- 3-3-0
3 1 ENG2086 Critical English Writing 1 Extended Major 3-1-2
The objectives of this course will be to help students write both proper sentences and a basic paragraph including topic, body and concluding sentences. Also, we will look at how to write different types of paragraphs including Narrative, Comparison, and Argumentative. Coursework will include writing numerous basic paragraphs in class and for homework as well as 2 exams and tutorial time. LEVEL TESTING IS STANDARD FOR THIS CLASS AND STUDENTS MAY BE REASSIGNED TO A LEVEL APPRORIATE CLASS TAUGHT BY ANY OF OUR INSTUCTORS.
3 1 ENG3082 ENGLISH SYNTAX Core Major 3-3-0
3 1 ENG3099 ANALYSIS OF ENGLISH DISCOURSE Extended Major 3-3-0
This course introduces theoretical and methodological frameworks for the study of human discourse, or language in use, which many have characterized as the analysis of language above the level of the sentence, including conversation and any manifestation of language in context: news, academic writing, courtroom, advertisements, and political speeches. Students in this course will consider discourse analysis through an interdisciplinary lens and through traditions that range from text linguistics, interactional socio-linguistics and narrative analysis, conversation analysis, cognitive linguistics, critical theories and corpus linguistics. Through a series of in-class data and analysis exercises, students will have an opportunity to practice data analysis and to receive critical feedback on their work.
3 1 ENG3100 American Economy Extended Major 3-3-0
This course is designed to provide students with an accessible introduction to such a complex topic as global economy and America's relationship with and role in it. In order to investigate systematically the nature of the role that America plays in the rapidly changing structure of global economy, the course examines the ubiquitous parlance of "globalization" in economic, political, cultural and ideological dimensions and perspectives. It also attempts to discover the specific points of change in global(izing) economy formulated and led by America, focusing on the nature and development of the tension that exists the economic interests and political values of America. After discussing various challenges to globalism as a manifested form of Americanization, the course offers an assessment of the future of globalization. In doing do, it considers the issues and problems that Korean economy is facing in the context of American-led global economy.
3 1 ENG3102 Anglophone Literature and society Core Major 3-3-0
The studyof literary works written in English by the writers of the so-called third world or former British colonies, including those of Australia, New Zealand, South Africa, and Canada. This course aims to broaden students’ literary horizon by exploring the history and culture of the world through the critical reading of the literary works of the hitherto neglected anglophone writers.
3 1 ENG3104 Language and Brain Extended Major 3-3-0
3 1 ENG4093 Modern English and American History and Poetry Core Major 3-3-0
Modernism emerged with its insistent breaks with the immediate past, its different inventions, 'making it new' with elements from cultures remote in time and space. This course covers the body of modern English and American poetry, its characteristic techniques, concerns, major practitioners, and the context of literary modernism. The twentieth century is the formative period during which the traditions of the past were abandoned or transformed and a major new literature created. The modern movement as a whole is extraordinarily rich and diverse. This course focuses on a few major poets such as W. B. Yeats, Ezra Pound, T. S. Eliot, Wallace Stevens, William Carlos Williams and so on who produced significant, changing, and influential work throughout the entire modern period.
3 1 TEA5022 Foreign Language Educational Theories on Subject --Major for Teacher Certifica-- 3-3-0
3 2 ENG3008 19Th Century British Novels Elective Major 3-3-0
3 2 ENG3013 17Th Century English Poetry Elective Major 3-3-0
3 2 ENG3015 17 & 18Th Century English Drama Elective Major 3-3-0
3 2 ENG3053 Transformational Grammar Compulsory Major 3-3-0
3 2 ENG3060 English Composition 2 Elective Major 3-3-0
3 2 ENG4001 British & American Literary Criticism Elective Major 3-3-0
3 2 GEN0002 General Ethics 2 Elective General Studies 2-2-0
3 2 DEE4001 History of The English Language Compulsory Major 3-3-0
3 2 ENG3005 Shakespeare 1 Elective Major 3-3-0
3 2 ENG3008 19Th Century British Novels Compulsory Major 3-3-0
3 2 ENG3015 17 & 18Th Century English Drama Elective Major 3-3-0
3 2 ENG3018 Generative Grammar 2 Elective Major 3-3-0
3 2 ENG3019 Victorian Poetry Elective Major 3-3-0
3 2 ENG2081 The Romantic Novel Extended Major 3-3-0
When studying the history of Romantic literature, the focus has traditionally fallen on the poetry of the late eighteenth and early nineteenth centuries. The intention of this course is to examine instead some of the great Romantic novels of that period through a representative sample of works from England, France, and Germany.
3 2 ENG3073 THE BRITISH NOVEL Core Major 3-3-0
The study of the origin and the development of the British novel from the 18th century to the present through the close reading of the selected works of the major British novelists. It includes the historical survey of the trends of the British novel and also the examination of the British culture.
3 2 ENG3079 ENGLISH WRITING3 ESSAYS Extended Major 3-3-1
This course practices English composition for academic proposals, business project, and purpose statements. In order to fully explore and express ideas used in writing for the specific business purposes, students need to comprehend forms and styles of English composition. By way of writing and correcting business English expressions, the course work shows how to improve student's English writing skills.
3 2 ENG3080 MODERN BRITISH AND AMERICAN LITERATURE Extended Major 3-3-0
This course is for the comprehensive access to the 20th century and contemporary British and American literature. Students need to read the literary works which reflect the changes in the contemporary world. Critical theories of literature, culture, and art are discussed. The course is a general introduction to representative works of the writers of American and British literature after 1900. The area that is to be covered includes poetry, novels, plays, and criticism, but the emphasis on the genre will vary from semester to semester; however, it is designed to help students understand the whole patterns of literary movements.
3 2 ENG3083 Second language Acquisition and English Education Core Major 3-3-0
In this coursework we will 1) investigate L2 acqustion theories and process 2) adapt L2 acquistion theories into English language teaching and learning methods 3) discuss some critical issuess of ELT in Korean EFL context.
3 2 ENG4029 British Affairs Extended Major 3-3-0
This course is designed to provide English major students with basic background knowledge of such diverse areas as British history, politics, economy, society and culture. Emphasis is also given to promoting the students' listening and speaking abilities in English.
3 2 ENG4075 English Psycholinguistics Core Major 3-3-0
When it comes to speech communication, the speaker and the listener must undergo psychological processes before utterances are actually produced by the speaker and comprehended by the listener. In speech communication, speakers have to make plans in their minds with respect to what words (and a sentence that contain the words) are needed to be said in order to deliver the thoughts that they want to get across (encoding of speech production). Such a speech plan is then executed by speech organs or articulators that generate audible speech signals. Listeners then need to recognize words out of the continuous speech signal (decoding of speech production), which must map onto words that are stored in the listener's mental lexicon. This introductory course covers the aforementioned psychological processes with special reference to speech production and speech comprehension in English. This course will also touch lightly on how non-native speakers process English as a second language. Students are expected to have previously taken at least one introductory English linguistics course (i.e., The Introduction to English Linguistics). The medium of instruction for this course is in principle English (English-Only course), open to English or English-related majors.
3 2 ENG2081 The Romantic Novel Extended Major 3-3-0
When studying the history of Romantic literature, the focus has traditionally fallen on the poetry of the late eighteenth and early nineteenth centuries. The intention of this course is to examine instead some of the great Romantic novels of that period through a representative sample of works from England, France, and Germany.
3 2 ENG3073 THE BRITISH NOVEL Core Major 3-3-0
The study of the origin and the development of the British novel from the 18th century to the present through the close reading of the selected works of the major British novelists. It includes the historical survey of the trends of the British novel and also the examination of the British culture.
3 2 ENG3080 MODERN BRITISH AND AMERICAN LITERATURE Extended Major 3-3-0
This course is for the comprehensive access to the 20th century and contemporary British and American literature. Students need to read the literary works which reflect the changes in the contemporary world. Critical theories of literature, culture, and art are discussed. The course is a general introduction to representative works of the writers of American and British literature after 1900. The area that is to be covered includes poetry, novels, plays, and criticism, but the emphasis on the genre will vary from semester to semester; however, it is designed to help students understand the whole patterns of literary movements.
3 2 ENG3083 Second language Acquisition and English Education Core Major 3-3-0
In this coursework we will 1) investigate L2 acqustion theories and process 2) adapt L2 acquistion theories into English language teaching and learning methods 3) discuss some critical issuess of ELT in Korean EFL context.
3 2 ENG3086 SPEAKING3: INTERVIEWS Extended Major 3-3-0
The objectives of this course include: 1) familiarizingstudents with the social interaction aspects of interviews; 2) Giving them the opportunity to practice a variety of interview types and styles and 3) helping students prepare for interview situations like applying for internships, graduate schools or jobs. Course components include 2 mock interviews, 2 tests, and writing an English resume and cover letter. LEVEL TESTING IS STANDARD FOR THIS CLASS AND STUDENTS MAY BE REASSIGNED TO A LEVEL APPRORIATE CLASS TAUGHT BY ANY OF OUR INSTUCTORS.
3 2 ENG4029 British Affairs Extended Major 3-3-0
This course is designed to provide English major students with basic background knowledge of such diverse areas as British history, politics, economy, society and culture. Emphasis is also given to promoting the students' listening and speaking abilities in English.
3 2 ENG4075 English Psycholinguistics Core Major 3-3-0
When it comes to speech communication, the speaker and the listener must undergo psychological processes before utterances are actually produced by the speaker and comprehended by the listener. In speech communication, speakers have to make plans in their minds with respect to what words (and a sentence that contain the words) are needed to be said in order to deliver the thoughts that they want to get across (encoding of speech production). Such a speech plan is then executed by speech organs or articulators that generate audible speech signals. Listeners then need to recognize words out of the continuous speech signal (decoding of speech production), which must map onto words that are stored in the listener's mental lexicon. This introductory course covers the aforementioned psychological processes with special reference to speech production and speech comprehension in English. This course will also touch lightly on how non-native speakers process English as a second language. Students are expected to have previously taken at least one introductory English linguistics course (i.e., The Introduction to English Linguistics). The medium of instruction for this course is in principle English (English-Only course), open to English or English-related majors.
3 2 GEN6095 Fieldwork 2 Extended Major 3-0-3
3 2 SYH0003 BUSINESS LEADERSHIP (Compulsory) Requirement in Fundamental Studies 2-2-0
Businesss Leadership (HELP 3) program is a course for juniors, which aims to help students 1) understand principles of capitalism and market economy and learn common sense in relation to economy and finance, 2) learn principles and nature of corporations and how to develop a critical view toward them, and 3) acquire an administrative mind through self-management.
3 2 TEA3024 ENGLISH LOGIC AND ESSAY WRITING --Major for Teacher Certifica-- 2-2-0
This course deals with logic of persuasion and English essay writing. Students will learn about the structure of and errors in argumentation and practice writing persuasive, argumentative essays. They will read argumentative essays or editorials written in English, and analyze and discuss the flow and structure of their arguments in order to further train their critical thinking skills. Gathering data on current social issues or academic topics and writing to argue for their own positions, they will also enhance their skills for argumentative writing and develop capabilities to teach them as teachers-to-be.
3 2 ENG3073 British Novel and Society Core Major 3-3-0
The study of the origin and the development of the British novel from the 18th century to the present through the close reading of the selected works of the major British novelists. It includes the historical survey of the trends of the British novel and also the examination of the British culture.
3 2 ENG3080 MODERN BRITISH AND AMERICAN LITERATURE Extended Major 3-3-0
This course is for the comprehensive access to the 20th century and contemporary British and American literature. Students need to read the literary works which reflect the changes in the contemporary world. Critical theories of literature, culture, and art are discussed. The course is a general introduction to representative works of the writers of American and British literature after 1900. The area that is to be covered includes poetry, novels, plays, and criticism, but the emphasis on the genre will vary from semester to semester; however, it is designed to help students understand the whole patterns of literary movements.
3 2 ENG3083 Second language Acquisition and English Education Core Major 3-3-0
In this coursework we will 1) investigate L2 acqustion theories and process 2) adapt L2 acquistion theories into English language teaching and learning methods 3) discuss some critical issuess of ELT in Korean EFL context.
3 2 ENG3092 English Speaking and Communicative Competence 3 Extended Major 3-3-0
This course is designed to equip students with skills that will help them successfully carry out an interview. Emphasis will be on training speaking and listening skills for the interview portion of the course. Students will learn the techniques of effective introductions, use of transition words, and the importance of voice quality and body language. Anticipating and discerning different questions will also be discussed. For the second half of the course, students will focus on writing an effective resume, CV and cover letter. For this part of the course, particular emphasis will be on reading and writing skills. Altogether, the course will effectively practice integrated skills in English as well as provide students with practical help in preparation for the job upon graduation. Class participation will include mock interviews and self and peer evaluation. Assignments may include interviewing and video recording other people.
3 2 ENG3093 Critical English Writing 3 Core Major 3-3-0
This is an advanced college level composition class designed to prepare students for the types of expository reading and writing assignments they will encounter in the real world. This course builds on what students learned in the previous two courses, but takes essays as its base unit, but focuses on Business writing and job-related writing like emails, business letters, and CV’s/Cover letters. While students will be exposed to a variety of writing styles, the primary focus of this class will be to develop well formatted and concise examples of writing based on real world examples which demonstrate students' ability to analyze, synthesize and evaluate authentic texts and their arguments in preparation for their jobs or graduate level studies.
3 2 ENG3094 EXPERIMENTAL LINGUISTICS Extended Major 3-3-0
3 2 ENG3101 Anglo-American Trade and Commerce Extended Major 3-3-0
Practicum in Anglo-American Regional Trade and Commerce is designed for students who want to get comprehensive knowledge and training in international trade in the United States and Great Britain. Students are required to learn the theory and practice of international trade in this region as well as the absolutely necessary English language skill with which to engage in various states of international trade negotiation. The internship component of this program provides students a unique opportunity for practical training and professional development in a chosen field of trade negotiations and e-trade. The internship encourages students to gain in-depth knowledge of an organization and its relation to certain issues and policy processes, to define and pursue your own career aspirations, and to network for the future.
3 2 ENG4029 British Affairs Extended Major 3-3-0
The course is designed to give both English major students and all who are interested in literary works an opportunity to be immersed in literary genres, such as novels, plays, poetry, travel essays, and art critiques, which deal with issues of English society and its culture. Students will become familiar with the complex working of human relationship in major works by major English writers. The major writers include: William Shakespeare (plays and poems), John Millington Synge (plays and essays), Charles Dickens (travel essays), William Butler Yeats (plays, poems, and essays), Samuel Beckett (plays and art critiques of Jack Yeats, Oskar Kokoschka), and David Sylvester (Constable, Twombly, Bacon, Picasso, etc.) Students are expected to respond in English to what they read and write in and outside of the class. They will learn to interact with fellow students in response to what they read and think in class.
3 2 ENG4075 English Psycholinguistics Core Major 3-3-0
When it comes to speech communication, the speaker and the listener must undergo psychological processes before utterances are actually produced by the speaker and comprehended by the listener. In speech communication, speakers have to make plans in their minds with respect to what words (and a sentence that contain the words) are needed to be said in order to deliver the thoughts that they want to get across (encoding of speech production). Such a speech plan is then executed by speech organs or articulators that generate audible speech signals. Listeners then need to recognize words out of the continuous speech signal (decoding of speech production), which must map onto words that are stored in the listener's mental lexicon. This introductory course covers the aforementioned psychological processes with special reference to speech production and speech comprehension in English. This course will also touch lightly on how non-native speakers process English as a second language. Students are expected to have previously taken at least one introductory English linguistics course (i.e., The Introduction to English Linguistics). The medium of instruction for this course is in principle English (English-Only course), open to English or English-related majors.
3 2 GEN5100 Career Development II (Portfolio and Business model Creation) (Compulsory) Requirement in Fundamental Studies 1-1-0
His career as a wide range of knowledge and lessons learned in the previous semester plan to explore in depth the process. Employment working in the industry of major interest to seniors invited to hear the information about the industry to prepare for what you need to learn knowhow. In addition, students who already have a job that aim to visit seniors plan their careers and the skills necessary to equip determined to develop a career that any plan.
3 2 GEN6095 Fieldwork 2 Extended Major 3-0-3
3 2 SYH0003 ENTREPRENEURSHIP AND BUSINESS LEADERSHIP (Compulsory) Requirement in Fundamental Studies 2-2-0
Businesss Leadership (HELP 3) program is a course for juniors, which aims to help students 1) understand principles of capitalism and market economy and learn common sense in relation to economy and finance, 2) learn principles and nature of corporations and how to develop a critical view toward them, and 3) acquire an administrative mind through self-management.
3 2 TEA3044 Foreign Language Logic and Essay Writing --Major for Teacher Certifica-- 2-2-0
3 2 ENG3073 British Novel and Society Core Major 3-3-0
The study of the origin and the development of the British novel from the 18th century to the present through the close reading of the selected works of the major British novelists. It includes the historical survey of the trends of the British novel and also the examination of the British culture.
3 2 ENG3083 Second language Acquisition and English Education Core Major 3-3-0
The primary purpose of the course is to help students understand diverse aspects of second language acquisition/learning (linguistic, cognitive, social, and affective aspects of SLA) processes. The course will cover how behaviorism, universal grammar, information processing, input model, and output hypothesis view second language acquisition and what strength and weakness each theory or hypothesis has. In addition, such individual difference as learners’ belief, learning style, foreign language anxiety, motivation, and age will be covered as important variables in second language acquisition. Particularly relevant to second language pedagogy, the theories and the teaching principles of comprehension skills along with L2 vocabulary teaching and learning in EFL settings will be discussed. Finally, the potentials of the corpus as a language teaching and learning tool and how it can be implemented in L2 classrooms will be discussed with some pedagogical implications. In relation to the use corpus tool, the workshop on the use of Corpus of Contemporary American English (COCA) will be given.
3 2 ENG4075 English Psycholinguistics Extended Major 3-3-0
When it comes to speech communication, the speaker and the listener must undergo psychological processes before utterances are actually produced by the speaker and comprehended by the listener. In speech communication, speakers have to make plans in their minds with respect to what words are needed to be said in order to deliver the thoughts that they want to get across (encoding of speech production). Such a speech plan is then executed by speech organs or articulators that generate audible speech signals. Listeners then need to recognize words out of the continuous speech signal (decoding of speech production). This introductory course covers the aforementioned psychological processes with special reference to speech production and speech comprehension in English. This course will also touch lightly on how non-native speakers process English as a second language. Students are expected to have previously taken at least one introductory English linguistics course (i.e., The Introduction to English Linguistics).
3 2 ENG4092 Anglo-American Capstone Design Extended Major 3-0-3
3 2 GEN5100 Career Development II (Portfolio and Business model Creation) Compulsory General Studies 1-1-0
His career as a wide range of knowledge and lessons learned in the previous semester plan to explore in depth the process. Employment working in the industry of major interest to seniors invited to hear the information about the industry to prepare for what you need to learn knowhow. In addition, students who already have a job that aim to visit seniors plan their careers and the skills necessary to equip determined to develop a career that any plan.
3 2 SYH0003 ENTREPRENEURSHIP AND BUSINESS LEADERSHIP Compulsory General Studies 2-2-0
Businesss Leadership (HELP 3) program is a course for juniors, which aims to help students 1) understand principles of capitalism and market economy and learn common sense in relation to economy and finance, 2) learn principles and nature of corporations and how to develop a critical view toward them, and 3) acquire an administrative mind through self-management.
3 2 TEA3044 Foreign Language Logic and Essay Writing --Major for Teacher Certifica-- 2-2-0
4 1 ENG2005 English Phonology Elective Major 3-3-0
4 1 ENG2009 18Th Century English Novels Elective Major 3-3-0
4 1 ENG3005 Shakespeare 1 Compulsory Major 3-3-0
4 1 ENG4009 Medieval & Renaissance Poetry Elective Major 3-3-0
4 1 ENG4011 Elizabethan & Jacobean Drama Elective Major 3-3-0
4 1 ENG4013 English Conversation Practice Compulsory Major 1-0-2
4 1 ENG4053 Traditional Grammar Elective Major 3-3-0
4 1 ENG3013 17Th Century English Poetry Elective Major 3-3-0
4 1 ENG4005 Shakespeare 2 Compulsory Major 3-3-0
4 1 ENG4010 19Th Century American Novels Elective Major 3-3-0
4 1 ENG4015 English Semantics Elective Major 3-3-0
4 1 ENG4053 Traditional Grammar Elective Major 3-3-0
4 1 DEE4001 History of The English Language Core Major 3-3-0
This course is based on discussions of the origin and development of the English Language. Focus will be on how English originated from proto-Indo-European, and on how it developed into Old English, Middle English, and Modern English from the viewpoint of historical linguistics.
4 1 ENG3081 Experimental English Phonetics Core Major 3-3-1
In this course, students will be introduced to the basic acoustic and perceptual characteristics of sounds and some theoretical issues in acoustic and auditory phonetics. Students will also learn English intonation by looking at actual acoustic data with pitch contours. In class students will indeed obtain hands-on experience on measuring values of acoustic parameters such as Voice Onset Time, segment duration, vowel formants, pitch and so on. This course is appropriate for those who are interested in obtaining in-depth knowledge about English sounds and/or in preparing for graduate studies in experimental English linguistics. Students are expected to complete a small research project in the end. This course is an English-only course for which English is used as the medium of instruction. Students are expected to have previously taken at least two of the following courses: Introduction to English Linguistics, English Phonetics, and English Psycholinguistics (The psychology of language).
4 1 ENG4076 Readings of English Science Fictions Extended Major 3-3-0
In this course, we will be reading (and viewing on screen) contemporary scientific fiction and fantasy novels, which are based on scientific and technological concepts. These two genres are of importance in that they allow us to understand our world and culture in a unique way. As we read selected scientific fiction and fantasy novels, we will address a number of serious issues that concern us in our contemporary culture.
4 1 ENG4077 American Culture and Media Extended Major 3-3-0
This course is designed to provide students with background knowledge of American history, politics, economy, society and culture through media. Emphasis is also put on promoting the students' listening and speaking skills in English.
4 1 ENG4078 English Vocabulary Practice & Communication Extended Major 3-3-0
This course is designed to expand and strengthen students’ English word knowledge through the learning of prefixes, roots, suffixes, synonyms, acronyms, derivations and idioms. The class includes the practice of usage of the English words in the sentences as well.
4 1 ENG4086 WRITING3: BUSINESS CORRESPONDENCE AND PROJECT ESSAY Core Major 3-3-0
The course Business Correspondence and Project Essay aims to refine general and technical writing skills, teach students how to construct and write letters of inquiry, cover letters for an internship, cover letters for employment portfolios, thank you letters, follow-up letters, letters of acceptance and decline, as well as internationally competitive resumes. This course is also designed to provide students with the opportunity to learn how to write an academic paper. All areas of the final essay will be covered, including organizing information, judging reliability of sources, defending a thesis with documented evidence, and publishing the paper in a prescribed (MLA) format. Emphasis will be placed on smooth, coherent, and intelligent writing. Together, these skills provide the backbone of international business correspondence as well as for their graduation paper.
4 1 TEA4004 English Research and Guidance in Subject Matters Compulsory for Teacher Certification 2-2-0
In this course, contents and principles of organizing an English textbook for secondary school English education are studied. The course deals with the purpose of English education in a secondary school along with teaching methodology and materials. It covers the area of English education policy and the changes in curriculum over the years.
4 1 ENG3081 Experimental English Phonetics Core Major 3-3-1
In this course, students will be introduced to the basic acoustic and perceptual characteristics of sounds and some theoretical issues in acoustic and auditory phonetics. Students will also learn English intonation by looking at actual acoustic data with pitch contours. In class students will indeed obtain hands-on experience on measuring values of acoustic parameters such as Voice Onset Time, segment duration, vowel formants, pitch and so on. This course is appropriate for those who are interested in obtaining in-depth knowledge about English sounds and/or in preparing for graduate studies in experimental English linguistics. Students are expected to complete a small research project in the end. This course is an English-only course for which English is used as the medium of instruction. Students are expected to have previously taken at least two of the following courses: Introduction to English Linguistics, English Phonetics, and English Psycholinguistics (The psychology of language).
4 1 ENG4076 Readings of English Science Fictions Extended Major 3-3-0
In this course, we will be reading (and viewing on screen) contemporary scientific fiction and fantasy novels, which are based on scientific and technological concepts. These two genres are of importance in that they allow us to understand our world and culture in a unique way. As we read selected scientific fiction and fantasy novels, we will address a number of serious issues that concern us in our contemporary culture.
4 1 ENG4077 American Culture and Media Extended Major 3-3-0
This course is designed to provide students with background knowledge of American history, politics, economy, society and culture through media. Emphasis is also put on promoting the students' listening and speaking skills in English.
4 1 ENG4078 English Vocabulary Practice & Communication Extended Major 3-3-0
This course is designed to expand and strengthen students’ English word knowledge through the learning of prefixes, roots, suffixes, synonyms, acronyms, derivations and idioms. The class includes the practice of usage of the English words in the sentences as well.
4 1 ENG4085 History of The English Language Core Major 3-3-0
This course is based on discussions of the origin and development of the English Language. Focus will be on how English originated from proto-Indo-European, and on how it developed into Old English, Middle English, and Modern English from the viewpoint of historical linguistics.
4 1 ENG4086 WRITING3: BUSINESS CORRESPONDENCE AND PROJECT ESSAY Core Major 3-3-0
The course Business Correspondence and Project Essay aims to refine general and technical writing skills, teach students how to construct and write letters of inquiry, cover letters for an internship, cover letters for employment portfolios, thank you letters, follow-up letters, letters of acceptance and decline, as well as internationally competitive resumes. This course is also designed to provide students with the opportunity to learn how to write an academic paper. All areas of the final essay will be covered, including organizing information, judging reliability of sources, defending a thesis with documented evidence, and publishing the paper in a prescribed (MLA) format. Emphasis will be placed on smooth, coherent, and intelligent writing. Together, these skills provide the backbone of international business correspondence as well as for their graduation paper.
4 1 ENG4088 Project Essay Capstone Design 1 Core Major 3-3-0
Writing 4: Capstone: The CAPTSONE course aims to provide students with the opportunity to learn how to write an academic paper. All areas of the final essay will be covered, including organizing information, judging reliability of sources, defending a topic and thesis with documented evidence, and publishing the paper in a prescribed (MLA) format. Emphasis will be placed on smooth, coherent, and intelligent writing. LEVEL TESTING IS STANDARD FOR THIS CLASS AND STUDENTS MAY BE REASSIGNED TO A LEVEL APPRORIATE CLASS
4 1 SYH0004 SELF-LEADERSHIP (Compulsory) Requirement in Fundamental Studies 2-2-0
HELP(Hanyang Essential Leadership Plus) is a key program of Hanyang University for educating students who want to be future CEOs. Self Leadership(HELP4) is a leadership development online program for seniors. This program aims to foster leaders based on an analysis of an individual's strengths and weaknesses and complete the Leadership Road Map. Learning contents of Self Leardership(HELP4) incluse Self-Assessment, Self-Management and Skills to apply in Social Practices. Learning objectives of each module are as follows; Self-Assessment: Grade value of the work to do and decide priority, understand importance and meaning of manners and improve manners in social life, and understand attitudes associated with success and put them into practice. Skills to Apply in Social Practice: Define followership, understand the principles of imagination and creativity. This 16 week length course had been developed by the high-tech teaching system and online course development methods.
4 1 TEA4004 English Research and Guidance in Subject Matters Compulsory for Teacher Certification 2-2-0
4 1 TEA6004 English Research and Guidance in Subject Matters --Major for Teacher Certifica-- 3-3-0
4 1 ENG4076 Readings of English Science Fictions Extended Major 3-3-0
In this course, students will read some speculative, social science fiction, whose themes are society and human nature in a science fiction setting by some major writers, not socalled hard science fiction that is now in fashion in movies. Deeply concerned with the effect of scientific developments in their society, the writers in their work address the current issues, and the future issues, of the society and human nature which will soon come to their ways. Reading and looking back on them now, students are able to find it surprising to learn that the fundamental issues that faced the major writers still face us now, and how they reacted to society and its members offer us much thinking. The authors include Jonathan Swift, Mary Shelley, H.G. Wells, George Orwell, Rudyard Kipling, Aldous Huxley, and Margaret Atwood.
4 1 ENG4077 American Culture and Media Extended Major 3-3-0
This course is designed to provide students with background knowledge of American culture through media. Students in this course will look at how American culture has changed throughout the years, media’s significant role in the cultural changes, and how the media has promulgated those changes. Particular focus will be on how racism and sexism in media have affected American culture and, by extension, many cultures of the world. By the end of this course, students will have developed critical thinking skills to analyze the content and function of different media. Their deeper knowledge of American culture will enable them to carry on an academic discussion regarding various facets of American culture and media, learn how to do research that leads to a presentation, as well as improve listening and speaking skills. This course will review four types of media (i.e. Print, Visual, Music, and Internet), and how American culture is portrayed through them.
4 1 ENG4078 English Vocabulary Practice & Communication Extended Major 3-3-0
This course is designed to expand and strengthen students’ English word knowledge through the learning of prefixes, roots, suffixes, synonyms, acronyms, derivations and idioms. The class includes the practice of usage of the English words in the sentences as well.
4 1 ENG4085 English History and Development of the English Language Core Major 3-3-0
This course is based on discussions of the origin and development of the English Language. Focus will be on how English originated from proto-Indo-European, and on how it developed into Old English, Middle English, and Modern English from the viewpoint of historical linguistics.
4 1 ENG4088 Project Essay Capstone Design 1 Core Major 3-3-0
This course builds on what was studied in Critical English Writing 1 and 2, and very little time will be spent reviewing the mechanics of elementary composition; it is assumed that students know how to write paragraphs and have progressed beyond 5-paragraph essays. This course aims to provide students with the opportunity to learn how to write an academic paper. All areas of the final essay will be covered, including synthesis, judging the reliability of sources, defending a topic and a thesis with documented evidence, and sourcing the paper according to a prescribed (MLA) format. Emphasis will be placed on smooth, coherent, and intelligent writing. Significant time and effort will be dedicated to the discussion and refinement of content. Therefore, in addition to researching their own topic, students can expect to do research on topics chosen by other students, so they are able to contribute to class discussions.
4 1 ENG4092 Anglo-American Capstone Design Extended Major 3-3-0
Anglo-American Related Capstone Design is a culminating course offered to undergraduate students in which they work in teams to design, build, and test prototypes with real world applications as related to American and British regions. The Capstone Design course provides students the opportunity to work with real-world, open-ended, interdisciplinary challenges proposed by industrial and research project sponsors. They learn and apply the engineering design process: defining functional requirements, conceptualization, analysis, identifying risks and countermeasures, selection, and physical prototyping. Student teams design and build working, physical prototypes to validate their solutions. By working in teams they develop leadership skills and group dynamics; dealing with scheduling conflicts, meeting weekly deliverables and deadlines; and communication among team members, project sponsors, and course instructors. Teams attend lectures given by experts from Industry and Academia on topics including industrial design, manufacturing, market research and marketing, intellectual property, company formation, codes and standards, and ethics.
4 1 SYH0004 SELF-LEADERSHIP (Compulsory) Requirement in Fundamental Studies 2-2-0
SELP Leadership(HELP4) program will give students chances to look back on themselves before they enter society and to analyze their advantages and weak points to complete the road map for leadership development. This class trains prepared leaders based on analysis of personal strengths and weaknesses and helps them to complete the Leadership Road Map.
4 1 TEA6021 Foreign Language Research and Guidance in Subject Matters --Major for Teacher Certifica-- 3-3-0
4 1 ENG3074 Language, Society and Culture of the English Speaking World Extended Major 3-3-0
In the contemporary world, people are saying that language, society, and culture are now far more important than ever before. Across the Humanities and Social Sciences, there has been a major ‘linguistic turn’, which tries to establish the ways in which language is used to construct cultural differences and social identity, both in face-to-face interaction and in public representations, instead of trying to identify the central, stable features that characterize different individuals, groups or ‘cultures’. This course aims to look at how society, culture and the English language affect each other. Particular attention is paid to the interaction of the English language with social factors and the individual, and to the ways in which the use of English establishes power, ethnicity, gender and social identity. Also, the course examines contemporary issues, such as language and gender, language and public policy, language and education, and language and the law. This course concludes by investigating a couple of classic issues about the relationship among language, thought, and culture.
4 1 ENG3103 Anglo-American Political Thought and Literature Extended Major 3-3-0
This course investigates into the nature of the relationship that exists between political thought and literature in British and American history. Instead of seeing literature as autonomous text independent of its political contexts, the course focuses on the intersection at which literary texts and political treatises influence and inspire each other, sometimes at odds with each other but always mutually dependent. In its most pristine case, the intersection becomes an identity: thus, for example, Thomas More's Utopia is both a literary text and a political treatise. To give a more recent example, Chinua Achebe's Things Fall Apart is a wonderful piece of fiction writing and yet it is also a text which displays much insight into political issues and problems such as the role of state apparatuses in the process of modernization, the relationship of human nature and political organization, and the conflict of ancient and modern political values. After all, the problems of justice, freedom, democracy and human rights are all proper domains of both literature and politics.
4 1 ENG4087 INTRODUCTION TO CONTEMPORARY LITERARY THEORY Extended Major 3-3-0
4 1 SYH0004 SELF-LEADERSHIP Compulsory General Studies 2-2-0
HELP(Hanyang Essential Leadership Plus) is a key program of Hanyang University for educating students who want to be future CEOs. Self Leadership(HELP4) is a leadership development online program for seniors. This program aims to foster leaders based on an analysis of an individual's strengths and weaknesses and complete the Leadership Road Map. Learning contents of Self Leardership(HELP4) incluse Self-Assessment, Self-Management and Skills to apply in Social Practices. Learning objectives of each module are as follows; Self-Assessment: Grade value of the work to do and decide priority, understand importance and meaning of manners and improve manners in social life, and understand attitudes associated with success and put them into practice. Skills to Apply in Social Practice: Define followership, understand the principles of imagination and creativity. This 16 week length course had been developed by the high-tech teaching system and online course development methods.
4 1 TEA6021 Foreign Language Research and Guidance in Subject Matters --Major for Teacher Certifica-- 3-3-0
4 2 ENG3055 British & American Essays Elective Major 3-3-0
4 2 ENG4002 English Semantics Elective Major 3-3-0
4 2 ENG4003 20Th Century English & American Poetry Elective Major 3-3-0
4 2 ENG4005 Shakespeare 2 Elective Major 3-3-0
4 2 ENG4010 19Th Century American Novels Elective Major 3-3-0
4 2 ENG3055 British & American Essays Elective Major 3-3-0
4 2 ENG4001 British & American Literary Criticism Compulsory Major 3-3-0
4 2 ENG4003 20Th Century English & American Poetry Elective Major 3-3-0
4 2 ENG4011 Elizabethan & Jacobean Drama Elective Major 3-3-0
4 2 ENG4016 Topics in English Linguistics Elective Major 3-3-0
4 2 ENG4015 English Semantics Extended Major 3-3-0
Language is a combination of sound and meaning. The discipline which deals with meaning is semantics. Meaning can be approached from different angles; thus, lexical semantics, formal semantics, cognitive semantics, etc. Cognitive semantics focuses on human cognition, especially on how human cognition is reflected on human languages. Cognitive grammar, the representative semantic discipline, explains human language and their various aspects in terms of trajector-landmark, figure-ground, profile-base, etc. By being introduced to the theoretical contents and their applications to natural languages-especially English, students will be able to understand the structure of English and the meaning of its various expressions, and will be able to use English with more precision and less errors.
4 2 ENG4019 Renaissance Dramas Core Major 3-3-0
English Renaissance literature inherits the medieval tradition, and transmits its unique religious and political heritage to the later generation English literature. Humanism, and Neo-Platonism germinate and blossom with unprecedented vigor in this period, and students are encouraged to know its literary elegance and the background, the Religious Reformation. Early Renaissance dramatists such as Christopher Marlow, Thomas Kyd, and John Lyly will be read, and late Renaissance dramatists John Webster and Ben Jonson and their different milieu will be studied.
4 2 ENG4072 ENGLISH TRANSLATION Extended Major 3-3-0
This course will introduce students to the basic theory and practice of translation. Students will learn to apply text analysis, text typology, and contrastive analysis of their working languages to identify, analyze, and resolve translation problems while independently developing an efficient and rational approach to the process of translation. Fundamental translation theory will be emphasized at the beginning of the course and will be conveyed in the form of assigned readings, lectures, and class discussions.
4 2 ENG4079 Current English Listening for Communication Extended Major 3-3-0
This course is designed for students to develop their overall English listening skills with listening materials of current English that are found in the mass media and the internet. The students will be trained with the news, talk shows, dramas and various other listening materials with an aim to improve their overall listening comprehension and ultimately their foreign language communicative performance.
4 2 ENG4080 Experimental Linguistics and Modern Science and Technology Extended Major 3-3-0
This is an introductory-level course that explores the relationship between modern science and technology and the study of human language. Modern scientific methods and equipments can provide supporting evidence for the linguistic theories and the neural bases of language, and thus are now considered essential part of linguistic research. This course will introduce some experimental linguistic fields, such as experimental phonetics, psycholinguistics, neurolinguistics and computational linguistics, and further examine how modern science and technology are used in these studies.
4 2 ENG4087 INTRODUCTION TO CONTEMPORARY LITERARY THEORY Extended Major 3-3-0
4 2 ENG4015 English Semantics Extended Major 3-3-0
Language is a combination of sound and meaning. The discipline which deals with meaning is semantics. Meaning can be approached from different angles; thus, lexical semantics, formal semantics, cognitive semantics, etc. Cognitive semantics focuses on human cognition, especially on how human cognition is reflected on human languages. Cognitive grammar, the representative semantic discipline, explains human language and their various aspects in terms of trajector-landmark, figure-ground, profile-base, etc. By being introduced to the theoretical contents and their applications to natural languages-especially English, students will be able to understand the structure of English and the meaning of its various expressions, and will be able to use English with more precision and less errors.
4 2 ENG4019 Renaissance Dramas Core Major 3-3-0
This course surveys English Renaissance society and drama. Religion and politics play a significant role in English Renaissance drama while classical and medieval literary tradition is dearly imitated and worked upon. Readings include Christopher Marlowe, John Lyly, William Shakespeare, Thomas Kyd, John Webster and Thomas Heywood.
4 2 ENG4072 ENGLISH TRANSLATION Extended Major 3-3-0
This course will introduce students to the basic theory and practice of translation. Students will learn to apply text analysis, text typology, and contrastive analysis of their working languages to identify, analyze, and resolve translation problems while independently developing an efficient and rational approach to the process of translation. Fundamental translation theory will be emphasized at the beginning of the course and will be conveyed in the form of assigned readings, lectures, and class discussions.
4 2 ENG4079 Current English Listening for Communication Extended Major 3-3-0
This course is designed for students to develop their overall English listening skills with listening materials of current English that are found in the mass media and the internet. The students will be trained with the news, talk shows, dramas and various other listening materials with an aim to improve their overall listening comprehension and ultimately their foreign language communicative performance.
4 2 ENG4080 Experimental Linguistics and Modern Science and Technology Extended Major 3-3-0
This is an introductory-level course that explores the relationship between modern science and technology and the study of human language. Modern scientific methods and equipments can provide supporting evidence for the linguistic theories and the neural bases of language, and thus are now considered essential part of linguistic research. This course will introduce some experimental linguistic fields, such as experimental phonetics, psycholinguistics, neurolinguistics and computational linguistics, and further examine how modern science and technology are used in these studies.
4 2 ENG4087 INTRODUCTION TO CONTEMPORARY LITERARY THEORY Extended Major 3-3-0
4 2 ENG4089 Project Essay Capstone Design 2 Core Major 3-3-0
Writing 4: Capstone: The CAPTSONE course aims to provide students with the opportunity to learn how to write an academic paper. All areas of the final essay will be covered, including organizing information, judging reliability of sources, defending a topic and thesis with documented evidence, and publishing the paper in a prescribed (MLA) format. Emphasis will be placed on smooth, coherent, and intelligent writing. LEVEL TESTING IS STANDARD FOR THIS CLASS AND STUDENTS MAY BE REASSIGNED TO A LEVEL APPRORIATE CLASS
4 2 ENG4015 English Semantics Extended Major 3-3-0
Language is a combination of sound and meaning. The discipline which deals with meaning is semantics. Meaning can be approached from different angles; thus, lexical semantics, formal semantics, cognitive semantics, etc. Cognitive semantics focuses on human cognition, especially on how human cognition is reflected on human languages. Cognitive grammar, the representative semantic discipline, explains human language and their various aspects in terms of trajector-landmark, figure-ground, profile-base, etc. By being introduced to the theoretical contents and their applications to natural languages-especially English, students will be able to understand the structure of English and the meaning of its various expressions, and will be able to use English with more precision and less errors.
4 2 ENG4019 Renaissance Dramas Core Major 3-3-0
This course surveys English Renaissance society and drama. Religion and politics play a significant role in English Renaissance drama while classical and medieval literary tradition is dearly imitated and worked upon. Readings include Christopher Marlowe, John Lyly, William Shakespeare, Thomas Kyd, John Webster and Thomas Heywood.
4 2 ENG4079 Current English Listening for Communication Extended Major 3-3-0
This course is designed for students to develop their overall English listening skills with listening materials of current English that are found in the mass media and the internet. The students will be trained with the news, talk shows, dramas and various other listening materials with an aim to improve their overall listening comprehension and ultimately their foreign language communicative performance.
4 2 ENG4087 INTRODUCTION TO CONTEMPORARY LITERARY THEORY Extended Major 3-3-0
4 2 ENG4089 Project Essay Capstone Design 2 Core Major 3-3-0
This course aims to provide students with the opportunity to learn how to write an MLAstyle academic paper. This course will begin with choosing and defending a topic based on student’s undergraduate studies and progress through brainstorming, topic selection, outlining, researching, and defending their topics during 2 presentations and tutorials. Various topics will be explored during the course, and thus, all areas of the final essay will be covered, including organizing information, judging the reliability of sources, defending a topic and thesis with documented evidence, and publishing the paper in a prescribed (MLA) format. Emphasis will be placed on smooth, coherent, and intelligent writing. After the completion of this course, students are capable of writing an academic paper.
4 2 ENG3091 Critical English Writing 2 Extended Major 3-0-3
This is a college level composition class designed to prepare students for the types of expository reading and writing assignments students will encounter in their other classes. This course builds on what students learned in Critical Thinking and English Composition 1, but takes essays as its base unit of composition rather than paragraphs. Also, this course seeks to further develop the students' ability to develop and critique arguments based on different types of texts ranging from editorials, news articles, and literature. While students will be exposed to a variety of writing styles, the primary focus of this class will be to develop argumentative essays which demonstrate the student's ability to analyze, synthesize and evaluate authentic college-level texts and their arguments.
4 2 ENG3101 Anglo-American Trade and Commerce Extended Major 3-3-0
Practicum in Anglo-American Regional Trade and Commerce is designed for students who want to get comprehensive knowledge and training in international trade in the United States and Great Britain. Students are required to learn the theory and practice of international trade in this region as well as the absolutely necessary English language skill with which to engage in various states of international trade negotiation. The internship component of this program provides students a unique opportunity for practical training and professional development in a chosen field of trade negotiations and e-trade. The internship encourages students to gain in-depth knowledge of an organization and its relation to certain issues and policy processes, to define and pursue your own career aspirations, and to network for the future.
4 2 ENG4095 Shakespeare Extended Major 3-3-0
This course surveys English Renaissance society, drama and poetry. Religion and politics play a significant role in English Renaissance literature while classical and medieval literary tradition is dearly imitated and worked upon. Readings include Christopher Marlowe, John Lyly, William Shakespeare, Thomas Kyd, John Webster and Thomas Heywood.