Division of Business Administration

Kwangwoon University’s College of Business was newly established in 2007 by combining the Department of Business Administration and Department of Management Information Systems. The College of Business runs on a single-college system without separate departments to break boundaries between disciplines and produce well-rounded individuals equipped with the skills the 21st century demands.

Location : Rm.503, Nuri Hall

Tel : 82-2-940-5310

Fax : 82-2-940-8181

Course Descriptions

Accounting Principles

The course covers the double-entry accounting system and the reporting of financial information to interested parties.

Management Finance

A course to provide the student with the theories and techniques of investment, fund procurement, and dividend decisions for maximizing company value.


Explanation of the basic concepts of marketing, consumer behavior, marketing channels, physical distribution, new product development, marketing research, pricing, and promotion.

Organizational Behavior

A course designed to help students understand behaviors of individuals and groups in goal-seeking organizations. Topics include the theoretical and empirical perspectives on the individual behaviors, the structural and environmental determinants of theory, Markov chains.

Operations Management

The operation function is responsible for providing the products (goods and services) offered to customers by the organization. Operations management may be defined as the performance of the managerial activities entailed in selecting, operating, controlling, and updating productive systems.

Management Science

Management Science is the system approach to management decision making. The applied decision theory(quantitative business analysis or operations research) include linear programming, network model, game theory, decision analysis, simulation, queueing the

Management Information System

This course provides an overview of the major areas and issues in the computer information systems field. Computers are examined as tools in an organization's planing and control and in the decision making process. The structure of management information is described and related to concepts and techniques of the analysis and design of systems. The major technical topics such as distributed processing and database management systems are included. Financial Accounting This course covers business reporting problems rdlated to financial statements, theoretically and practically, based on finanacial accounting theories and practices.

Cost Accounting

This course covers theories, techniques and procedures in cost accunmlation, reporting and control, including such topics as job order costing, prodess costing, cost allocation, standard costing, and variance analysis.

Managerial Accounting

This course covers fundamental accounting concept and techniques for planning and control. Includes basic cost concepts, cost-volume-profit analysis, budgeting, and management control system.

Consumer Behavior

Explanation of sociological perspectives, psychological perspectives, perspectives for studying and implementing consumer benefit programs and models of consumer behavior. Investigation of the consumer as a decision making unit, with selected case discuss

Strategic Management

This course deals with topics related with decisions for the organizational survival. The process of how strategic decision making is made, the critical factors required when strategic decisions are made, and the implementations of strategic decisions are

Fundamentals of Database Systems

This course teaches, within the context of the relational database management systems, the notion of database systems, data modeling, Structured Query Language, the transaction concept and management, the storage subsystem, etc.

Introduction to ERP

With the introduction of the concept, necessity and functions of ERP(Enterprise Resource Planning), this course teaches the direction and scope of future ERP. And this course teaches management issues, selection of solutions, development methodologies and major real-world cases in relation to ERP implementation.

Interrmediate Accounting 1

This course is an intensive study of the financial accounting, with emphasis on the intermediate level accounting techniques and related accounting theories.

Investment Portfolio Management

Discussion of recent development in financial management, evaluation investment value, theory of the cost of capital, cash flow models of the firm, and investment decision-making under risk and uncertainty.

Channel Management

Investigation on how to plan, organize, and control the relationships among the institutions and agencies involved in marketing channel. It offers students the theoretical and practical understandings of the structure and process of marketing channels.


Advertising is a part of marketing, concretely belongs to the field of promotion that is one of 4Ps(marketing mix) in marketing. Because advertising plays an important role in building brand positioning and improving brand awareness, it gas become one of public marketing activities in which a lot of marketers have interests. This course porovides students with such topics as advertising creative, advertising budget and scheduling, and advertising effectiveness that are closely related to the dffective advertising management.

Business Statistics

This course covers statistical methods used by managers to anlayze qualitative as well as quantitative data.

Business Simulation

This course aims to design and simulation modeling for real problems occurring in production and service operations by using simulation packages such as ARENA. Basic concepts of simulation modeling include business process design, Input modeling and output analysis.

Financial Derivative Securities

The objective of this course is to introduce the students to the financial derivatives such as option and futures. This course provides the students with the theoretical fundamentals and practical aspects of financial derivatives. The first part of the course will be devoted to the valuation of finaacial derivatives and their application to risk management. In order to offer the practical knowledge, the second part of the course covers the munerical implementations and trading simulation of financial derivatives.

Marketing Research

A course designed to provide students with an understanding of marketing research. The topics to be covered include marketing research process, sampling, measurement and causality, data collection, data collection, and reporting.

Supply Chain Management

The operation function has great value as a competitive weapon in a company's strategy. The operations strategy determines the degree of emphasis to be placed on each of four performance criteria : cost efficiency, dependability, flexibility, and quality.

Accounting Auditing

The course focuses on the auditing processes of the financial statements. Topics covered will include the audit report, internal auditing, internal control system, ethics of the profession, and audit case problems.

Financial Markets

Summary of the organization, function and operation of the financial markets. It is intended to examine the desirability of investment in security from the viewpoint of the investor, and give an introduction to security evaluation and the selection of pro

Financial Analysis

Financial analysis is designed to offer students the theory and the techniques of mathematical and statistical analysis in business problem-solving including liner programming, bayesian theory, and function theory.

Brand Management

To achieve the objectives of this course, particular emphasis will be placed on the understanding of the important issues in planning and evaluating brand strategies and the providing appropriate theories, models and other tools to help make better branding decisions.