Curriculum

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The curriculum in the Department of Sociology is composed of diverse topics with the goal of fostering theoretical and practical individuals through research, diagnosis, and analysis of every aspect of the problems facing society. The curriculum is classified into the three following systemized parts:

1) Basic subjects such as Sociology Theory, Research Methodology, and Social Statistics

2) Subjects that analyze structure and fluctuation of modern society such as Stratification, Organizations, Fluctuation, Development, Culture, Politics and Economic Sociology, in particular, subjects focused on fluctuation of systems according to information society and industrial society such as industry, information and public sociology.

3) Subjects dealing with the comprehension and analysis of all kinds of social problems in modern society resulting from changes in society. These subjects include Theory of Social Problems, Deviance, City and Rural area, Environment, Feminine, Populations, the Family, Law, and Collective Action etc.

Elementary Primary subjects *English Readings in Sociology
*PROFESSIONAL ACADEMIC ENGLISH
Social Survey Methods & Statistics   *Social Statistics
*SPSS Analysis
*Social Survey & Participant Observation
*Practice in Social Research
*Practice in Social Research
*Survey Analysis Internship
Sociological Theory, Culture & VISUAL Sociology *History of Sociology
*Modern Sociological Theory
*Oriental Society and Thought
*Social Psychology
*Sociology of Culture
*VISUAL SOCIOLOGY
Social Structure   Industry, Occupation & Information   *Studies in Information Society
*Future of Works & Occupation
*Labor & Corporate Culture
*Studies of Korean Society
Social structure & Organization   *Social Organization
*Social Stratification
*Sociology of Economy
*SOCIOLOGY OF CORPORATION
Social Problem   Deviance, Law & Social Policy *Deviance & Social Contro
*Social Welfare & Social Polic
*Sociology of Law
*CURRENT DEBATES
Women, Family & Population Studies *Love, Marriage & The Family
*Sociology of Women
*SEXUALITY AND CULTURE
*Introduction to Population Studies
GLOBALIZATION, Social Change & Development *Social Change
*Comparative Sociology
*CIVIL SOCIETY
*Social Development Studies
*EAST ASIAN STUDIES
*GLOBALIZATION PEACE AND HUMAN RIGHT