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  • Basic Metal Craft (1) - This course aims to familiarize students with tool utilization methods and processing methods which are necessary aspects of metal craft, and develop the metal production ability through step-by-step practical learning based on a theoretical foundations. It is a subject preliminary to the production class in sophomore or higher courses.
  • Computer Presentation (1) - This course promotes the understanding of basic graphics and increases the skill in using graphic tools based on the relationship between formative artistic elements and related principles.
  • Basic Metal Craft (2) - This course helps acquire more complex technique and improve the creativity in order to cultivate the ability for metal craft creation after completing the Basic Metal Craft (1). It is a subject preliminary to the production class in sophomore or higher courses.
  • Computer Presentation (2) - This course helps improve the understanding of graphics using Photoshop, Illustration and 3D modeling, with the objective to develop the ability to create the design expression and learn the method for utilization.
  • Metal Craft(1) - This course aims to help acquire various techniques of metal craft and is an intensive course that focuses on design variations and production processes. It is a subject preliminary to the junior courses.
  • Metal Craft(3) - This course is designed to increase the understanding of the characteristics and differences of metal craft by engaging the students in the production of simple tools and practical learning with respect to the metal craft. It helps develop the ability to apply such characteristics and differences to art creation. It is a subject preliminary to the production courses for juniors or seniors.
  • Design Process (1) - This course is designed to help learn the three-dimensional design process technique that expresses the ideas effectively through various materials and perspectives of drawing in order to develop the ability of expression necessary for formative artistic and ornament designers.
  • Computer Project (1) - This course helps develop the student’s ability based on project development methods in tandem with systematic research into the methods for 3D modeling and actual image rendering to ensure effective implementation of digital representation technique using the computer.
  • Design Career 1(employment/startup)(1) - This course aims to develop the potential of students, based on the motivation for employment and business startup, as active entities pursuing spontaneous activities, depending on their goals and orientation.
  • Photograph - This course helps students gain knowledge ranging from photographing to the development and printing of images based on the basic principle and theory of photography, thus promoting the acquisition of technique for various artistic formative works through the medium of photography.
  • Metal Craft (2) - This course aims to help build the basic metal craft technique and design sense vital for craftsmanship. It is a subject preliminary to the production courses for juniors or seniors.
  • Metal Craft (4) - This course helps build the basic metal craft technique and design sense essential for craftsmanship. It is a subject preliminary to the production courses for juniors or seniors.
  • Design Process(2) - This course aims to help students cultivate the ability to compare the design development methods of product designers or artistic designers extensively after they completed the courses on the expression techniques of design processes.
  • Computer Project (2) - This course helps develop the student’s ability based on project development methods in tandem with systematic research into the methods for 3D modeling and actual image rendering to ensure effective implementation of digital representation technique using the computer.
  • Design Career 1(employment/startup)(2) - This course aims to develop the potential of students, based on the motivation for employment and business startup, as active entities pursuing spontaneous activities, depending on their goals and orientation.
  • Studio 1(1) - This course focuses on in-depth conceptualization and research regarding the technical and emotional correlation associated with ornaments and helps students learn the process of designing objects based on the formative artistic features of creative ornaments.
  • Studio 2(1) - This course promotes an understanding of the value and importance of cultural commodities and tableware that can be utilized in the cultural life of contemporary society, and provides hands-on experience with design and production to help deepen the understanding of the distinctive uniqueness of Korean culture and build the ability of application.
  • Studio Capstone Design 3(1) - This course is designed to develop the formative artistic ability to design and produce practical and unique artworks through molding and sheet metal works, and at the same time, engages the students in team projects to help develop professional and competitive talents.
  • Trend Design Theory 1(1) - This course promotes the research and acquisition of knowledge in design related to ornamental products, along with overall theories about ornaments. Moreover, it helps build up the ability to develop creative ornaments based on industry-university collaboration systems through market research and design analysis.
  • Trend Design Theory 2(1) - This course promotes the learning of overall theories related to cultural commodities and tableware, along with research and design of related products. Based on market research, it helps develop the ability to produce metal products that can be accepted in industrial society.
  • Trend Design Theory 3(1) - This course promotes the learning of overall theories related to metallic formative artistic products, along with the research and design of related formative artistic products. Based on the market research, it helps expand the capability to produce metal products acceptable in industrial society.
  • Computer Project (3) - This course helps students learn 3D modeling techniques essential for implementing the digital representation technique more effectively using the computer. Engaging the students in product development projects, it helps improve the application ability based on the practical learning of promotion design.
  • The Introduction to Jewelry (1) - This course helps increase the student’s knowledge about the general optical and physical properties of jewelry, along with an underlying knowledge about jewelry, with the objective of providing the knowledge necessary for the differentiation of jewelry.
  • Design Career 2(employment/startup)(1) - This course presents direction for the employment/business startup in a manner suitable for the characteristics of related majors. It provides education on creative interdisciplinary and convergent job-seeking activities based on the introduction and dissemination of design management programs incorporating aspects of technology/product/market which comprise the process-oriented operation system.
  • Design Craft Logic and Discourse - This course aims to cultivate the discourse capability of students based on rational thinking skills, concepts of logic, the development of logic, and discourse in relation to design and crafts.
  • Studio 1(2) - This course focuses on the in-depth conceptualization and research regarding the technical and emotional correlation associated with ornaments and helps students learn the process of designing objects based on the formative artistic features of creative ornaments.
  • Studio 2(2) - This course promotes an understanding of the value and importance of cultural commodities and tableware that can be utilized in the cultural life of contemporary society, and provides hands-on experience with design and production to help deepen the understanding of the distinctive uniqueness of Korean culture and build the ability of application.
  • Studio Capstone Design 3(2) - This course is designed to develop the formative artistic ability to design and produce practical and unique artworks through molding and sheet metal works, and at the same time, engages the students in team projects to help develop professional and competitive talents.
  • Trend Design Theory 1(2) - This course promotes the research and acquisition of knowledge in design related to ornamental products, along with overall theories about ornaments. Moreover, it helps build up the ability to develop creative ornaments based on industry-university collaboration systems through market research and design analysis.
  • Trend Design Theory 2(2) - This course promotes the learning of overall theories related to cultural commodities and tableware, along with research and design of related products. Based on market research, it helps develop the ability to produce metal products that can be accepted in industrial society.
  • Trend Design Theory 3(2) - This course promotes the learning of overall theories related to metallic formative artistic products, along with the research and design of related formative artistic products. Based on the market research, it helps expand the capability to produce the metal products acceptable in industrial society.
  • Computer Project (4) - This course helps students learn 3D modeling techniques essential for implementing the digital representation technique more effectively using the computer. Engaging the students in product development projects, it helps improve the application ability based on the practical learning of promotion design.
  • The Introduction to Jewelry(2) - This course helps increase the student’s knowledge about the general optical and physical properties of diamonds and colored gems, and help acquire the knowledge of professional theoretical systems essential for distinguishing the exact value of jewelry.
  • Design Career 2(employment/startup)(2) - This course presents direction for the employment/business startup in a manner suitable for the characteristics of related majors. It provides education on creative interdisciplinary and convergent job-seeking activities based on the introduction and dissemination of design management programs incorporating aspects of technology/product/market which comprise the process-oriented operation system.
  • Design Craft Teaching Method - This course focuses on the effective conveyance of educational content based on specific methods, teaching materials and teaching tools from the perspective of educators with respect to the design of crafts.
  • Studio Capstone Design 4(1) - This course promotes expressive ability and technique related to the production of ornaments based on formative artistic features. It engages students in team-based projects focused on modern ornament design in the form of industry-university collaboration with an aim to develop professional and competitive talents.
  • Studio Capstone Design 5(1) - This course helps students build effectiveness and competitiveness by designing artworks incorporating practicality, artistry, and creativity in cultural products and household items, and furthermore, engage students in team-based projects.
  • Studio Capstone Design 6(1) - This course is designed to explore and produce unique and creative metal furniture and lighting fixtures as metal art designers through team projects based on sheet metal and molding techniques, thus improving the student’s formative artistic ability.
  • Research Paper Study (1) - This course helps cultivate professional and competitive talents through group workshops with feedback based on the key points of portfolio and design management to promote rational thinking and logical concept development applied to design and craft.
  • Understanding of Culture(1) - This course focuses on research in the differences in craft art among various regions and countries. It promotes the understanding of related characteristics and rationality/objectivity so as to increase understanding about the theoretical background of metal craft works in the context of liberal arts and philosophy and help expand the capabilities for globalization.
  • Design Craft Education Theory - This course helps students gain knowledge about the overall theories and practices based on efficient configuration of educational content related to design and craft, lecture plans, characteristics of subjects and methods of evaluation.
  • Art & Career Seminar (employment/startup) - This course holds seminars with invited experts from a variety of fields in order to help students in formative art-related fields keep their fingers on the pulse of current trends and keep them updated with information related to employment and business startup.
  • Studio Capstone Design 4(2) - This course promotes expressive ability and technique related to the production of ornaments based on formative artistic features. It engages students in team-based projects focused on modern ornament design in the form of industry-university collaboration with an aim to develop professional and competitive talents.
  • Studio Capstone Design 5(2) - This course helps students build effectiveness and competitiveness by designing artworks incorporating practicality, artistry, and creativity in cultural products and household items, and furthermore, engage students in team-based projects.
  • Studio Capstone Design 6(2) - This course is designed to explore and produce unique and creative metal furniture and lighting fixtures as metal art designers through team projects based on sheet metal and molding techniques, thus improving the student’s formative artistic ability.
  • Research Paper Study (2) - This course helps cultivate professional and competitive talents through group workshops with feedback based on the key points of portfolio and design management to promote rational thinking and logical concept development applied to design and craft.
  • Understanding of Culture(2) - This course focuses on research of the differences in craft art among various regions and countries. It promotes the understanding of related characteristics and rationality/objectivity so as to increase understanding about the theoretical background of metal craft works in the context of liberal arts and philosophy and help expand the capabilities for globalization.