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Credit Composition
Curriculum
Classification Contents Number of modules Credit
1st
Semester
Korea Module 1~3 3 6 credits
China Module 1~3 3 6 credits
2nd
Semester
Korea Module 4~6 3 6 credits
China Module 4~6 3 6 credits
3rd
semester
Korea Module 7~9 3 6 credits
China Module 7~9 3 6 credits
  • Korea Module: Classes in Korea, which are held from 6:00 pm to 10:00 pm on Thursdays. A total of 18 credits are given.
  • China Module: Classes in China, which are held all day on Thursdays, Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays, at intervals of two months. A total of 18 credits are given.
Curriculum
Curriculum
Curriculum
Module Location
C1

China's Macro Economy and the Big Picture

  • Re-emergence of China
  • China's macro economy
  • China's growth process: comparison with the West
  • China's change and its impact on the world
Beijing/Shanghai/
Shenzhen
K1

Chinese Management Philosophy

  • Creating shared value for Chinese management
  • Chinese management philosophy through dialogue between Confucius and Lao-tzu
  • Understanding the Chinese way of thinking through Chinese characters, which are ideograms
Seoul
C2

Strategic Marketing in China

  • Strategic Marketing in China
  • Understanding Chinese consumers
    Entry into the T2/T3 market of China
  • Understanding of the Jiu Ling Hou (a new generation born in the 90s)
Beijing/Shanghai/
Shenzhen
K2

Korea and China Within the Context of Global and Regional Economy

  • China's Regional Comprehensive Economic Partnership (RCEP) and the US's Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP)
  • China's national strategies, the planning of One belt, One road, the impact of the Korea-China FTA
Seoul
C3

Strategies for Successful Alliances in China

  • Strategies to enter into the Chinese market
  • Rapid changes in the business environment
  • Globalization of Chinese companies and One belt, One road initiatives
  • Changes since the Korea-China FTA
Beijing/Shanghai/
Shenzhen
K3

Negotiation with Chinese Companies

  • The importance of guanxi and social networking in China
  • Chinese negotiation style
  • Strategic alliance between Korea and China
  • Cases of companies that entered the Chinese market
Seoul
C4

China's Financial Market

  • China's financial market reform and implications
  • Global capital markets and opportunities in China
  • Internet finance: China vs US
  • Investment in Taiwan and China
Beijing/Shanghai/
Shenzhen
K4

Consulting for Business in China

  • China's corporate laws, the role of communication in working with the Chinese government
  • Securing intellectual property rights in China and coping with conflicts
  • Regulatory agencies and certifications in China
Seoul
C5

Leveraging the Internet Boom in China

  • Business module innovation in the age of the Internet
  • E-Commerce development and the New Normal
  • Understanding of new consumer behaviors
  • Electronic finance and mobile payments in China
  • Value analysis of Internet companies and investment decision method
Beijing/Shanghai/
Shenzhen
K5

Chinese Consumer Characteristics and Behaviors

  • Chinese consumer characteristics and tendencies
  • Marketing leadership leading consumers in China, including Wang Hong and self-media
  • Multilateral marketing and distribution according to the mobile environment in China
Seoul
C6

Supply Chain Management

  • Supply chain management in China
  • Future of manufacturing countries
  • The future of "Made in China"
  • China's industrial economy, operation management in China
Beijing/Shanghai/
Shenzhen
K6

Chinese Multicultural Management and New Trends of Business

  • Development of business models for business in China
  • Innovation and creativity in Chinese companies
  • Cases of major companies in China
Seoul
C7

Strategic Leadership and Business Negotiation

  • Eastern vs. Western Leadership
  • Research on effective leadership in organizations
  • Theories and practice of effective business negotiation
  • Organizational design for efficiency and innovation
Beijing/Shanghai/
Shenzhen
K7

Entrepreneurship the China Way

  • Comparison of Korean and Chinese management styles
  • Chinese management based on the Asian philosophy
Seoul
C8

Innovations From Chinese Companies

  • Innovation of Chinese enterprises
  • Creating a coexistent business ecosystem
  • Technological innovation and the future of manufacturing-centered countries
  • New norms of China and outlook
Beijing/Shanghai/
Shenzhen
K8

Humanity and Culture in Chinese Management

  • Mechanism-based management for Chinese management
  • Design China
  • Intellectual property issues and creativity
Seoul
C9

China's New Norm-an Outlook

  • One belt, One road
  • New norms of China and outlook
Beijing/Shanghai/
Shenzhen
K9

Sustainable Management for Global Leadership

  • Sustainable Chinese management for respect and love
  • New mechanisms for cooperation between Korea and China
  • Chinese CEOs' special lectures in Korea
Seoul

The China Modules take place at one of CKGSB's Beijing, Shanghai and Shenzhen campuses in turn.

Business Presentation and Network

A close partnership between Korean and Chinese companies is established through business presentations and joint project suggestions offered to 8,000 Chinese businessmen who are the alumni of CKGSB along with the presentations of the Chinese business men who want investments or new market opportunities in Korea. After such presentations, the top executives of Korea and China interact at a dinner party for networking.