Available courses

This course is a critical reading, discussion, and research course. The course will involve students reading books, or portions of books, on various subjects, participating in small group discussions, and occasionally leading the class in discussions and/or related activities to further explore the reading materials. Other activities, such as presentations, reports, and discussion-based tasks will be included, as we explore, analyze, and critique together.

This course meets on Wednesdays (12:00 - 13:5) and Fridays (15:00 -16:15) in room 346

This course is designed to immerse students in the experience of a number of communicative tasks which provide important opportunities for cultivating interpersonal and independent skills, in addition to the benefit of undertaking the tasks themselves.

This course meets Mondays at 10:30~11:45 and Thursdays at 13:30~14:45 (Dongyoung Hall, room 425)

This is a course designed to equip KAC students with basic university survival skills required to be successful and productive students. The course will cover a variety of topics including active reading and learning, researching and note taking, efficient time management, multiple intelligences, examination and study skills, interpersonal relations, conflict resolution, and employment preparation.

When this course meets, it meets Fridays (16:30 - 17:20) in room 241. Course meetings will, as much as possible, be announced ahead of time. Currently, May 15 (Friday) and May 29 (Friday) are days on which special lectures will be hosted for our class. We will meet in person for these lectures.

In this course, we focus our efforts on planning, preparing, and writing our thesis drafts. We utilize presentations, discussions, readings of various samples, and other tools to help us succeed in our thesis writing journeys.

This course meets Mondays (09:0 - 10:15) and Wednesdays (15:00 - 16:30) in room 425.

In this course, we explore writing in various styles, focus on learning the academic register of English, and also explore research and citation (among other writing-related tasks). 

This course meets Wednesdays (10:30 - 11:45) and Fridays (13:30 - 14:45) in room 507.

We hope to challenge your ideas of communication, successful communication strategies, your own skills (related to communication, media, and various other skills), and more. The tasks we will encounter are – it is hoped – designed to allow you to evolve and cultivate new strategies, skills, and insights into how messages, ideas, and emotions are shared and received (which is the core of what "communication" is about!).

This course meets Tuesdays  (12:00 - 13:15) and Fridays (10:30 - 11:45) in room 425.