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English Phonology 1
  • This course is designed to explore a linear approach towards phonological phenomenon with a focus on a study of generative phonology.

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Modern English Grammar
  • This course covers the field of English grammar with a focus on modern English grammar. This course deals with current status and variant forms of modern English, the overview of English grammar, the verb and auxiliary verb, the verb phrase, the noun and article, the pronoun and numeral, the adverbial expression, the preposition and the prepositional phrase, the sentences, the conversational functions, the complementation, the adjective, the noun phrase, the subject and the text in the context of modern English.
Studies on English Phonetics
  • This course studies the phonetics between Korean and English, recognize phonetical features of English and analyze pronunciation errors in Korean students.
Topics in English Semantics
  • This course analyzes and studies semantics of English and other major languages by applying some of the newest theories of semantics.
English Phonolgy 2
  • This course covers a non-linear approach focusing on English phonology after
English Syntax 1
  • This course covers the basics of English structure. Also, this course is designed to compare/contrast traditional language theory and transformational generative grammar.
English Syntax 2
  • This course covers a high level English Syntax. In particular, this course covers an in-depth study of different theories of transformational generative grammar such as X-bar Theory, Theta-Theory, Case Theory, Binding Theory and Control Theory.
Language Teaching Methodology 1,2
  • This course deals with theoretical studies of English teaching, methodology and recent theories of other applied linguistics in depth.
Language Acquisition
  • With a focus on recent papers of language acquisition, this course studies the base of language acquisition, the cause of acquisition and the steps of language acquisition.
History of English Language 1, 2
  • By dividing English development into ancient, medieval and modern history to look at how formation process, features of phonetics, changes in sentences and meaning are different in each developmental period, this course looks at the transition of English language and linguistics.
English Morphology
  • This course mainly deals with the formation and structure of words and phrases of various linguistic theories. This course will introduce and study theories related to formation of words, productivity issues, word formation using affix and combining in critical manner.
Sociolinguistics
  • As an interdisciplinary between linguistics and sociology, this course analyzes language variation due to social factors and study the relationship between a language and a culture, a society and a language.
Topics in English Linguistics 1,2
  • In this course, students will select and study topics of interest of all aspects of English linguistics.
Topics in English Grammar
  • In this course, students will select and study important topics/issues from aspects of English grammar that are studied in a traditional methodological manner or modern English linguistic manner.
English Semantics 1
  • This course covers important concepts of English semantics, and study various forms of lexical and external logical semantics.
English Semantics 2
  • This course examines semantics with a focus pragmatic factors.
Psycholinguistics
  • As a field of an applied linguistics, this course fundamentally analyzes language development and acquisition by closely linking psychology and linguistics.
Techniques and Resources in Teaching Grammar
  • This course mainly deals with a topic of how and to what level an instructor should teach English grammar depending on a student and with studies on grammar teaching methodology.
Second Language Acquisition
  • This course compares and analyzes the difference between native language acquisition and second language acquisition. This course will also study recent theories about second language acquisition.
Studies in English Linguistics 1
  • In this course, students will select and do in-dept studies from phonology, morphology, syntax, semantics, and pragmatics.
Studies in English Linguistics 2
  • In this course, students will select fields of interests from phonology, morphology, syntax and semantics and examine more in-depth theories.
Topics in English Syntax
  • This course introduces and discuss trends of English syntax. In particular, there will be an effort to a greater understanding of the minimalist program which promotes the economics of grammar and the minimal use of grammatical tools.
Pragmatics
  • This course studies pragmatic meaning of a language and pragmatic maxim and role of language use that are related.
Discourse Analysis
  • This course examines the text that construct a discourse, and do studies on a cohesion and its structure, an intention, an acceptability through a structure of a text.
History of English Linguistics
  • This course examines formation of modern English, features of ancient and medieval English and cover the overall development of English linguistics.
Language Teaching Materials and Syllabus Design
  • This course looks at theories and examples of English Textbooks making. Also, this course will study theories for balanced education course with a focus on roles of a student and an instructor.
Medieval Literature
  • This course covers plays of medieval times, romance and lyric poetry with a particular focus on Chaucer.
Elizabethan Literature
  • This course examines the main writers, topics and trends of 16th century literature.
17th-Century British Literature
  • This course examines the main writers, genre, topics and trends of 17th century literature.
18th-Century British Literature
  • This course examines the main writers, genre, topics and trends of 18th century literature.
19th-Century British Literature
  • This course introduces students to creative criticism of the Romantic period and Victorian Era.
20th-Century British Literature
  • This course examines the main writers, genre, topics and trends of the 20th century literature.
Early American Literature
  • This course examines the main writers, genre, and the trends of 17th and 18th century American literature.
19th-Century American Literature
  • This course compares and analyzes main words of 19th century American literature and discuss the cultural and periodical background.
20th-Century American Literature
  • This course examines the main writers, genre and literary trends of 20th century and discuss social and cultural backgrounds.
Theories of British and American Novel
  • This course reviews theories of British and American novel from 18th century to modern times and study features of novel genre.
British and American Feminist Novels
  • This course reviews and analyze British and American feminist novels and discuss features and achievement of feminist novels.
18th-Century British Novel
  • This course analyzes 18th century British novels in a critical manner and discuss them with a link to the creation of novels and modern society.
19th-Century British Novel
  • This course analyzes 19th century British novels in a critical manner and discuss the achievement of realism of Victorian novels.
20th-Century British Novel
  • This course analyzes 20th century British novel in critical manner and discuss features of modernism literature.
19th-Century American Novel
  • This course analyzes and 19th century American novels in a critical manner and discuss traditional generation and features of American novels.
20th-Century American Novel
  • This course analyzes 20th century American novels in a critical manner and discuss features of modernism literature and Americanism.
Topics in British and American Literature 1,2
  • This course mainly reviews and analyzes feminism literature, ethnic literature, and various avant-garde literature that are newly rising topics of British and American literature.
British Drama of the Renaissance
  • This course analyzes the context of main plays of the Tudor and Stuart dynasty in a critical manner and discuss periodical backgrounds and theatrical topics.
18th-Century British Drama
  • This course analyzes the main works of the restoration period and 18th century and discuss how the content and forms of drama of the same period transforms in different social and cultural backgrounds.
Shakespeare 1
  • This course examines the main works of Shakespeare in terms of topics, characters, a structure, a style of writing, and a technique.
Shakespeare 2
  • This course aims to encourage students to do creative studies and criticism after they have been introduced to general criticism on Shakespeare's works. Also, theatrical issues of Shakespeare's works will be discussed as well.
Topics in Shakespeare
  • This course covers in-depth discussion on new topics and theories of Shakespeare's works.
Modern British Drama 1
  • This course studies the transformation of modern British drama and the topics, characters, a structure, a style of writing and a technique of main works.
Modern British Drama 2
  • This course aims for in-depth and creative studies and criticism of main works. Theatrical issues will also be discussed.
Modern American Drama 1
  • This course studies the transformation of modern American drama and the topics, characters, a structure, a style of writing and a technique of main works.
Modern American Drama 2
  • This course aims for in-depth and creative studies and criticism of main works. Theatrical issues will also be discussed.
Survey of British and American Drama
  • This course studies the fundamentals of drama, elements, types, history and theatrical issues in general and deal with the transformation of British and American drama in detail with main works as examples.
Topics in British and American Drama
  • This course discusses new and important topics and theories of British and American drama or writers.
Medieval British Poetry
  • This course analyzes main works of medieval times in a critical manner and do an in-depth study on the development of the poetry.
English Poetry of the Renaissance
  • This course mainly focuses on the works of Sidney, Shakespeare, Spenser and metaphysical poets. Also, the social and cultural backgrounds and a linkage between literary works will be discussed as well.
18th-Century British Poetry
  • This course analyzes the main works of the Restoration period and 18th century and focus on the development and theory of the poetry.
19th-Century British Poetry
  • This course analyzes the main works of 19th century British poetry in a critical manner and study the theories of art, literature and ideas of the Romantic and Victorian period.
20th-Century British Poetry
  • This course analyzes the main works of 20th century British poetry in a critical manner and study the relationship between literary works and the social and cultural backgrounds of 20th century England.
19th-Century American Poetry
  • This course studies the main works of 19th-Century American poets such as Whitman, Dickinson, Poe and Longfellow and discuss the development and theory of the poetry of the same period.
20th-Century American Poetry
  • This course analyzes main works of the 20th century American poetry with a focus on modernism and post-modernism and study the development and theory of the American poetry. The relationship between the social and cultural backgrounds and literary works will also be discussed.
Studies in British and American Poetics
  • This course introduces students to a comprehensive study on the theory of main British and American poets and the critics from the Renaissance to the modern times.
Modern British and American Criticism 1
  • This course introduces theories of main critics of 20th century British and American literature and aims to do a comprehensive study on literary criticism.
Classical Criticism
  • This course introduces students to a comprehensive study on main critics and their theories from Plato, Aristoteles to 19th century critics.
Comparative Literature
  • This course analyzes how regional and cultural differences can influence topics and forms of literary works through a comparison between English literature and other literature. This course also examines how to enhance the universality of literature through cultural exchanges.
Studies in British and American Authors 1
  • This course aims to do an in-depth and creative study on the literary world of selected British and American authors.
Studies in British and American Authors 2
  • This course aims to do an in-depth and creative study on the literary world of selected British and American authors.
Studies in British and American Prose
  • This course introduces various styles of writing of main British and American prose, review how a writing style transforms in different periods and discuss the unification of the context and the writing style.
Studies in British and American Literary Thoughts
  • This course examines the transformation process of British and American literary thoughts and study how each literary though has influenced a context and a structure of a literary work of different periods.
Studies in English-Language Literature
  • This course compares and analyzes main works of English language literature and how ethnical, cultural and historial conflicts have been expressed in the works. In particular, works from English-speaking regions other than England and America will be discussed as well.

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Topics in English Phonology
  • This course studies phonetic phenomenon of English and other major languages by applying some of the newest theories of phonology.
Modern British and American Criticism 2
  • As a sequel to Modern British and American Criticism 1, this course covers more intensified and diverse criticism theories.
Women's Literature
  • In this course, students will select and study literary works of female writers to understand the establishment of feminism literature and to evaluate the value of the works.
Interdisciplinary Studies
  • This course covers various interdisciplinary topics such as literature and politics, literature and religion, and literature and other forms of art in-depth discussion.
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