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International Commerce Major








International Commerce Major

Implementation of global talent training education in line with the globalization trend of the international community.



1. Major Name and Degree Awarded

Major’s name : International Commerce Major

Degree awarded : BACHELOR OF ARTS

2. Major’s vision

Cultivating talented individuals with expertise in international management, international economics, and international politics who can lead the global era

Fostering global talents with the ability to understand and interpret various phenomena in the international community

Developing creative talent through convergence education in international management, international economics, and international politics


3. Outline of Major

The goal of International Commerce major is to enhance understanding of international relations and exchanges and non-governmental organizations such as multinational corporations, international organizations, and civic groups, and to cultivate global talent with knowledge and perspectives suitable for the globalized era. The major provides a curriculum that enables convergence research in international management, international economics, and international politics necessary for understanding and analyzing various international issues in order to respond to the rapidly changing international environment. By focusing on various international management, international economics, and international politics subjects, where students can experience theory and practice simultaneously, we aim greatly enhance our students’ competitiveness in modern society.


The international management track of the International Commerce major aims to cultivate corporate decision-making capabilities under a changing international management environment along with the internationalization of Korean companies. The international economic track consists of general economics, international economics, and statistical methodologies, and the main goal is to systematically train professionals in the international economic sector who have acquired the theory and practice of industrial, international trade, and financial policies, focusing on microeconomics and macroeconomics. The field of international politics consists of international relations, international political economy, and research in major regions of the world, and promotes professional understanding of international relations such as military, security, economy, society, culture, and development.


4. Career paths after graduation




Public Sector



Entering law school, National Diplomatic Academy, etc.

Public enterprises and international organizations

KOICA(Korea International Cooperation Agency), KOTRA(Korea Trade Promotion Corporation), UN(United Nations), FAO(Food and Agriculture Organization), WHO(World Health Organization), Foreign Embassies, UN committees, etc.

Politics and Media


Political parties’ secretariat, National Assembly Legislative Investigation Office, National Assembly aides and secretaries, etc.


Journalists for newspapers and broadcasting companies, PDs, portal sites in covering international affairs, journal editors related to international affairs, etc.

Civic groups

NGOs related to international development cooperation: Amnesty International (human rights), Greenpeace (environment), Korean civic groups: Environmental Union, Solidarity for Participatory Democracy, etc.


Financial institutions

Bank of Korea, Financial Supervisory Service, Korea Development Bank, Korea Deposit Insurance Corporation, Asset Management Corporation, etc.


International trading companies, customs agents, logistics managers, tax accountants, cyber trading companies, foreign investment companies, etc.





Global business analysts, marketing managers, international market analysts, public relations, employment at multinational companies, etc.




domestic and abroad

Advancing to masters and doctorate programs in graduate schools of International Economics, International Politics, and International Management.



5. Major courses


1st semester

2nd semester


Introduction to International Trade, Introductory Political Science,

Numbers and Life, Global Companies and Modern Society, etc.

Introduction to International Trade, Introduction to Global Politics,

Global Markets and Consumers, etc.


Markets and Efficiency, Banking and Interest, Marketing Management Theory, Korea’s International Relations, Introduction to Foreign Policy, Introduction to Digital Platform Business, etc.

Globalization: Theory and Practice, Organizational Management of Modern Companies, Investment Analysis, Management and Accounting, Global Management and Administration, Prices and Employment, etc.


Theory and Practice of International Trade, Understanding of International Finance, Marketing Research Analysis, Industrial Structure and Corporate Strategy Research, International Trade Research Methodologies, Enterprise and Strategy, etc. 

Theories of International Economics, Inter-Korea relations and International Politics,

Consumer Behavior Analysis, Statistical Practice, International Economics Institute Theory, Understanding of International Organizations, etc.


International Economic Research Methodology, International Relations Seminar, Public Diplomacy in the Global Era, etc.

Understanding and Application of International Development Cooperation, Seminar on International Political Theory, Analysis of Internal and External Policies of the United States, etc.

※ There may be changes in the course names listed above.