Major in Tourism Administration Kongju National University 182 Singwan-dong, Gongju 314-701, Korea
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Tourism (3 Credits)
This course is to provide students with an extensive comprehension and professional knowledge of tourism.
English Listening Introduction (3 Credits)
In this class students will have an opportunity to become more accustomed to spoken English through intensive English-listening training.
Hotel Management (3 Credits)
This class gives students an extensive comprehensive insight of the 21st Century's hotel industry and provides the basic knowledge of hotel management and organization necessary to run a hotel. The class also helps them to experience practical business regarding room management and food and beverage management.
Interpretation of Cultural assets (3 Credits)
Cultural assets are a precious heritage that contains the spirit of our ancestors. This study will cover the characteristics of the cultural assets that are found across the nation and from the most basic knowledge to the expert knowledge that is needed for the understanding of each cultural asset.
Tour Guide English (3 Credits)
This course aims at educating the would-be tour guide and developing the students' qualities as a good guide by learning about natural, historical and cultural resources and heritage, and practicing the skills necessary to guide foreign tourists.
Understanding Travel Information (3 Credits)
This class helps students to learn about the impact of more developed information technology on the tourism industry and the value of this technology. The class will also help them cultivate their skill in searching for and gathering useful information regarding hotels, airlines and tourist attractions.
Event Cultural Tourism (3 Credits)
Students learn to understand the basic concepts and the importance of event tourism, and to enhance the on-site experience by referencing famous examples from Korea and abroad, and by conducting practical research
Principles of Food Service Industry(3 Credits)
In order to acquire the knowledge of basic theories and practical affairs of the food service Industy, the content of the class is based on the outline and future of the food service Industry. The class will especially deal with the basic knowledge and practical affairs one should have to be an expert in managing in the food service industry.l
Travel Agency information Management (3 Credits)
This course is intended to provide students with the theoretic and practical knowledge of traveling and managing a travel agency. They can improve their potential management ability of a travel agency with such knowledge.
Consumer Behavior in Leisure (3 Credits)
This course provides understanding of consumer buying behavior, decision-making process, consumer environment, problem recognition, and consumer loyalty in leisure market. During this course we will explore consumer behavior from marketing, psychology, sociology and anthropology.
Development of Leisure Resource (3 Credits)
This course provides understanding of the processes and procedures of developing leisure resources. You will take a look at before and after development tourist destination, ski resort, golf course, marine sports, and sports and leisure aviation of them. You will also learn how to develop them.
Composition Practice (3 Credits)
This course aims to have students learn skillful English writing through systematic writing training.
Tourism and Economics(3 Credits)
In order to understand the tourism phenomenon from the viewpoint of economics, the class will Be composed of related basic theories or examples to understand the tourism industry in detail.The class will especially have the students translate various tourism phenomenon through the Viewpoint of economics to social phenomenon, and lead them to acquire knowledge of economics needed in the 21st century.
Marketing of tourism Service (3 Credits)
The purpose of the class is to train potential professionals who are able to act in the tourism service industry by teaching characteristics of tourism service making and its basic concepts.
Research Method for Leisure and Tourism (3 Credits)
Market research allows management to make the changes necessary for better results through adopting a proactive approach. The aims of this subject are to provide opportunities for students to learn how to analyze and evaluate current leisure market so as to understand consumer needs.
Tourism English Interpretation I (3 Credits)
Students can expect to learn a variety of basic TOURISM ENGLISH listening and speaking skills.
Overseas Internship Ⅰ (3 Credits)
This overseas internship course will provide students with an opportunity to learn more about foreign culture and improve their English ability. This course can also broaden students' international awareness and help them to for work in the tourism fields in the future.
Introduction to Travel (3 Credits)
As prosumers are increasing in 21 centry, the number of free travelers is rising. The purpose of the class is to teach students basic knowledge about travel and help them find out their services and reach self -realization through their travel .
Introduction to Interpretation and Translation Studies (3 Credits)
This course aims at learning the basic theory of interpretation and translation, and improving students' competence for translation and interpretation by actually translating and interpreting a variety of material.
Tourism Hotel English (3 Credits)
This course is intended for students to understand the phenomena of tourism and hotel operation. Next, students have to study and practice English conversation focused on the hotel area (hotel-speak). This course will especially provide students with hotel clerk English, hotel guest English and any ancillary language necessary in the hotel field.
Cultural Tourism (3 Credits)
In the 21st century the tourism industry is expected to grow and expand along with cultural growth. In this class students will have time to think about the future of the tourism industry through cultural analysis of tourism activities in South Korea and other countries.
Principles of MICE (3 Credits)
In order to acquire the knowledge of basic theories and practical affairs of the exhibition and Convention field, the content of the class is based on the outline and future of the exhibition and convention field. The class will especially deal with the basic knowledge and practical affairs related with planning, managerment, administration, and estimation needed at the spot.
Understanding of Leisure Studies (3 Credits)
This course aims to provide understanding of growing leisure industry and to predict changes in leisure industry.
Global Business Etiquette (3 Credits)
Global Business Etiquette develops the concept of business etiquette. In this course, you will learn essential international business etiquette and manners. At the end of this course, you will be able to enhance your professional deportment and business etiquette skills required for an international tourism expert in the 21st century.
Experience of Culture Tour in Foreign (3 Credits)
Through self-preparations and plans, students learn to understand in practical terms the basic attitude and preparation necessary to obtain overseas cultural experience. They then apply this experience so as to expand their awareness of cultural diversity and then compare it directly to the reality of Korean tourism.
Planning and Practice Convention (3 Credits)
Students acquire the basic knowledge that is necessary for planning conventions, their preparation, their operation, and management. They also learn how to conduct evaluations and become acquainted with practical work through case-studies.
Airline Reservation and Ticketing (3 Credits)
Students learn to how to make reservations and issue tickets, etc., within the flight reservation system.
Adaptive Leisure(3 Credits)
Leisure preferences and barriers exist among people. This course aims to help students learn how to improve the quality of life through leisure in consideration of their environment may vary from individual to individual.
Tourism Guide Japanese (3 Credits)
Students become acquainted with practical Japanese tourism conversation necessary to be a well-prepared tourist guide.
Seminar on Eco-Tourism (3 Credits)
Students learn to understand the characteristics and the nature of eco-tourism through studies on its theory and practice, and acquire the knowledge that can be used to plan environmentally friendly eco-tourism products.
Hotel Catering (3 Credits)
Students learn the basics and the practical work of presentations, which are needed for projects, product development, marketing, sales and other practical stuff in the tourism industry. These basics, an essential part of being a tourism expert, are strengthened through practical education.
Practice of Outbound Guide (3 Credits)
The teaching of the class is to help students to obtain a outbound tour conductor certificate by studying general things about outbound tour.
Overseas Internship Ⅱ (3 Credits)
This overseas internship course will provide students with an opportunity to learn more about foreign culture and improve their English ability. This course also broadens students' international awareness and helps them to work in tourism fields in the future.