Dept. of International EconomiesCollege of Global Cooperation
- Tel : 82-031-379-0540
- Room : 4106
International economics is a study of major issues of the international economy including international trade and capital transactions, foreign exchange and international balance of payments, international monetary systems and trade systems, and regional economic integration. In particular, with the advancement of globalization and the progress of international economic integration, the importance of international economics is becoming increasingly important as individuals and economies today are unable to maintain their economic lives without understanding and perspectives of the international economy.
In accordance with the status of Hanshin University, a leading liberal and democratic university in Korea, the Department of International Economics offers courses in a systematic way that is not seen in any other university so that the main issues of international economic relations and the international economy can be studied from a balanced perspective. Open. In addition to lectures on international economic theory based on modern mainstream economics, it also provides courses that critically study the problems of modern international economics from the standpoint of minor political economics, and also there are lectures on practical studies on trading and international transactions. The whole course of the Department of International Economics is structured in a balanced manner in three parts: theory, criticism, and trade practice of the international economy.
We foster international business people who understand the international economy critically with a sense of balance to apply and present the development direction of the Korean economy based on the experience of each country.
Concept of Talent
Talents who pursue critical analysis toward economic integration trends with a capacity and adaptability in a complex international economic environment to contribute to social development and progress by implementing a free mind based on scientific recognition through exploring the international economy, focusing on critical analysis of globalization, and economic integration trends that are not limited to the acquisition of theory and knowledge.
Customs, tax accountant, logistics manager, AFPK, CFA, bank FP, securities FP, TESAT, TOEIC
Since international economics belongs to the department of commerce, there are more job opportunities than other major studies of the social sciences.
- Trade, financial corporations, national and local governments, foreign companies