• 학과소개
  • 교육과정
  • 강의자료
  • 경영인증
  • 커뮤니티
  • 입시및춰업
  • 관련전공 (대학원)
  • 연계전공
GLOMIS
Curriculum
       
GLOMIS (Global Studies on Management and Information Science)
Graduate School, Chungbuk National University



4. Briefs for the Subjects offered
Special Topics in Data Mining, 데이터마이닝특론 (8985070)
In the business world, we need to analyze the large databases on commercial transactions with the help of data mining algorithm. This course on data mining will cover methodology, major software tools and applications in this field. By introducing principal ideas in data mining, the course will help students to understand conceptual underpinnings of methods in data mining.
- Mandatory for UHI; Optional for UGR

Knowledge Management, 지식경영론 (8985029)
This course provides an introduction to the analytical, managerial and technological approaches used in the practice of knowledge management. By applying Systems Thinking, key approaches, such as tacit-to-explicit conversion spirals, and collaborative strategies that are available for knowledge creation and discovery, are examined and contrasted. Implications of recent decision technologies, such as intelligent agents, for the management of the organization’s memory are assessed. Economic and social issues in the creation and transfer of knowledge are examined. The course is designed for students who want to 1) understand and critically evaluate the role and potential contribution of knowledge management for their organizations, and 2) understand various concepts and technologies available for managing organizational knowledge. The course will emphasize the strategic role of organizational knowledge in management perspectives.
- Mandatory for UHI; Optional for UGR

Technology and Culture, 기술과 문화 (8985066)
The goal of this course is to advance a more grounded approach to mapping the complex interplay between new information and communication technology and the changing role of information structures, and significant trends of change in communication processes media convergence. So, a primary aim of this course is to combine the hegemony of technocratic and‘market-driven’ discourses with the socio-cultural and political back into the analysis for a better understanding of media convergence.
- Mandatory for both UHI and UGR

E-Government, 전자정부론 (8985075)
The objective of the course is to provide students with knowledge and experience in the ICT development and its applications in public sectors, especially in the area of government sector. The course will highlight the implications of ICT applications on the government business processes (especially G2G: Government to Government, G2B: Government to Business, and G2C: Government to Citizens) and the service paradigm shift for the better services to the public.
- Mandatory for both UHI and UGR

Supply Chain Management System, 공급사슬관리시스템 (8985057)
The purpose of this course is to provide students with the theories and knowledge required to manage all processes from manufacturing products and services to consuming them, to create excellent customer's value, and to gain the competitive advantage. Main contents of this course are the strategic supply chain management, inventory management, procurement management, production management, logistics, the new information technology for supply chain management.
- Mandatory for UGR; Optional for UHI

Economics of Information Security, 정보시스템 경제성 분석 (8985043)
This course introduces the fundamental ideas and techniques of information security economics. After reviewing the basic concepts of information security, the course will move toward the policy and management decision-making in the field of information security. The main objective is to develop an understanding of important technical, managerial, and physical characteristics of information security and to develop an ability to model policy and management issues in information security
- Optional for both UHI and UGR

Systems Dynamics, 시스템 다이내믹스 (8985016)
This course aims to understand dynamics of societal systems, and thus allow the students to acquire, in a time-efficient and uncomplicated manner, knowledge in the formation and construction of dynamic models for complex systems. At the end of the course, the student is able to describe the components of a complex system; to diagnose the natural evolution of the system under analysis; to create a model of the system and present it using the simulation software; and to carry out simulations with the model, in order to predict the behavior of the system. Typical coverage includes systems thinking, causal loop diagramming, systems modeling components, and systems simulation with PC-based software tool (e.g., VENSIM, POWERSIM).
- Optional for both UHI and UGR