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Dept. of Media Contents

The high added values of the contents that are edited and produced systematically are based on the foundation of knowledge, information and culture. Our educational goal is to offer individuals the skills necessary to become specialists in the area of Media contents required for the 21st century. This course heightens the understanding of concepts, characteristics and the production process of contents, seen from a cultural and business perspective, based on a theory-based education.

Subject Overview

Grammar of Korean Language
Grammar of Korean Language teaches detailed Korean language grammar required in delivering the correct text, such as Korean orthography, standard language regulation and notation. This course also teaches Korean notation theory, which must be fully understood by editors.
Introduction of Visual Image
In order to support and help with the development of visual image, we aim our teaching on the importance and roles of visual image, components, the production process and tools.
Introduction of Digital Photography
We train our students about the functions and rules of filming. Students use their background in understanding digital cameras and camcorders to produce digital contents
Advertising Copy
Our students are able to expand their creativity of ways of expression, by participating hands-on and approaching from a variety of angles, in consideration of the consumers’ state of mind, and the status of the product in the market.
Digital Image I
We teach the basics about the use and application of the Adobe Photoshop Program that is used in the production of digital images.
On-the-Job Project
The desirable goal is for our students to obtain the skills necessary to adapt to the real world by working in teams to complete this project. In addition, the understanding of the entire curriculum of the production of contents and the development of creativity are also considered.
Web-Publication Practice
We teach based on the hands-on experiences of components of web books, service types and production methods, in regards to the background knowledge our students have about the web.
Desktop Publishing IㆍIIㆍIII
Desktop Publishing IㆍIIㆍIII teaches about the electronic devices used to prepare for new editing methods, as well as training for practical operations of various editing programs on a theoretical basis of Computer Aided Publishing.
Exercise of Basic Editorial Layout
Exercise of Basic Editorial Layout cultivates creative qualities as an editor through practice and focusing on style, script designation and printing designation as well as editing layout basis.
Exercise of Korean Syntax
Exercise of Korean Syntax teaches basic syntax items including expression methods and structural principles. It also cultivates mass communication syntax, and expressive abilities for magazine articles, news articles and advertisements.
Magazine Journalism
Magazine Journalism teaches characteristics, background generation and development processes of magazines. It also teaches editorial methods and attributes of magazines on a basis of the function and role of magazine journalism.
Practice of Digital Contents
We help our students establish some background knowledge on the concepts and components of digital contents, the outlook of the market and other basic knowledge. This introductory course is taken by all the students in the 5 majors of the Information and Media Field, in rotation.
Computer Graphics
We teach our students about the functions of Quark Xpress, Adobe Illustrator, and other editing programs, and the production of digital images in a systematic way.
Homepage Design I
All stages of homepage components, the production process, production programs’ functions, etc., will be taught hands-on, which covers the entire curriculum of Production, from planning to producing, and registering of the product.
Training of Magazine Editing
Training of Magazine Editing teaches about the practicalities in magazine editing and producing processes such as planning, coverage, editing and production based on magazine editing theories.
Exercise of Publishing Information Media
Exercise of Publishing Information Media teaches overall items related to publications, such as information flow, processes, reader trend analysis in the digital era and management that occurs during the production of publishing products.
Training of Proofreading IㆍII
Training of Proofreading IㆍII teaches general theory and methods of correction, including positions and procedures learned from Training of Proofreading I. It also cultivates practical proofreading abilities through systematic practices. Training of Proofreading II teaches more detailed proofreading capabilities such as film proofreading, full-color proofreading and style proofreading of books to cultivate general proofreading ability.
Continuity of Writing
Through the process of forming contents and creating stories, our students can learn about rules of expression, methods of story development and dramatization through practice.
Visual Image Editing
This course teaches about images that have been altered with capturing, editing, effects, and printing in addition to the use of Adobe Premiere Pro and our students gain an understanding about the basic knowledge of image editing, and digital video.
Contents Marketing
This course teaches about the strategies for marketing content that are necessary in the real world by having the understanding of the distribution route of contents as the background, and focusing on routes consumers can take to obtain a product, and internet marketing case studies.
Practice Digital Advertising
Students practice the most suitable advertisement production process in the digital medium by using a variety of production tools, while having the background of understanding the characteristics of marketing.
On-the-Job Training
On-the-Job Training allocates students to related industries such as publishing houses, magazine publishers and newspaper publishing companies. This course also applies theories and methods learned from lectures to actual sites and trains publishing professionalism and business sense.
Basic Editing Practice
Through basic editing practices and understanding of fundamental theories, students acquire the skills necessary to become an editor such as being able to edit layouts, structure original documents and select print specifications.
Contents Development
Digital contents has gone through the development of becoming a part of a single genre. Students will examine its plans and creation of story boards as well as the structure of digital contents. Students will develop their creativity to contribute to the improvement of the media contents culture.
Homepage manufacture I
Students will learn about the basic programs and techniques that are required for creating homepages in order to construct a homepage from start to finish.
Homepage manufacture II
This course builds upon the knowledge and skills acquired from Homepage manufacture I, and in addition requires students to learn programs such as Flash to create web animations, banner advertisements and so on to add to their unique and individualized homepage.
Magazine Journalism
In this course, students will have a hands-on experience of creating a magazine, from planning and selection to editing and production.
Proofreading and Revision
Students will cultivate the practical skills required for proofreading through a systemized training program that will also allow them to learn about some general proofreading theories. This course will provide a hands-on experience where students will get to proofread publication formats and layouts that will allow students to develop their proofreading skills.
Book Advertisement Planning
This course teaches students about the basic theories of advertising and marketing strategies that they may use during their advertisement practicum.
Mass Culture
This course examines the sectors that make up the mass culture in today’s society such as knowledge, beliefs, arts, ethics, laws and customs. By examining these sectors, students will be able to better understand the flow of today’s mass culture.
Digital Contents Manufacture I
This course offers students in the Department of Information and Media a compilation of knowledge required for understanding the basics of publications, photography, print, computer information, and internet information technology.
Audience Development
This course offers basic theories behind planning and marketing that are needed to meet the demands for increasing subscribers in the publication domain that includes books and online publications.
Digital Picture Technique
In this course, students will learn about the basic functions and operations of a digital camera and camcorder. It will focus on the creation and completion of digital pictures and clips for publication design purposes.
A Konti Creation
This course allows students to practice the various steps involved in creating organized content storyboards. Through this process, students will work on self expression and how to develop the contents.
Image Editing
Students will learn the basic steps of image editing using the Adobe Premier program through the process of capturing, editing, special effects and publication. In addition, they will understand the basic knowledge of image editing and digital videos.
Contents Marketing
In this course, students will learn new strategies towards internet marketing, find appropriate routes of circulation for contents containing a variety of sources and become familiar with the ways of approaching an audience.
Digital Advertisement Manufacture
Students studying publications, photography and print will create a realistic sample by applying an integration of mediums.
Publication Media Manufacture
The goal of this course is to improve the talents of a publication’s editor by mastering the basic essentials that are needed in publishing independent volumes.


Printing and publishing houses, magazines companies, newspapers, advertising and public relations firms.