PLAN OF STUDY
TOBA students who apply for admission to foreign university through the TOBA and study at the TOBA have many advantages:
TOBA will be responsible in selection of applicants in that they are going to sucessfully prepare language training, the prerequisite courses as general education, and other needed. We will encourage you to get a scholarship from the foreign university you applied once you deserve to have it.
|BIO||1010||Principles of biology(3)|
|BIO||1020||General Biology (3)|
|CHM||1010||Introduction to General Chemistry (3)|
|CHM||1011||General Chemistry I (3)|
|MAT||1035||Introduction to Mathematics (3)|
|PSY||1030||General Psychology (3)|
|CIS||1015||Applications in Computer Information Systems (3)|
|SOC||1040||Introduction to Sociology (3)|
|CSCI||1020||Basic Programming (2)|
|CS||1021||Introduction to Computer Science (3)|
|HSP||1310||Introduction to Hospice and Palliative Care (3)|
|HSP||1350||Ethical Considration in Hospice (2)|
|HSP||2310||Emerging Issues (2)|
|HSP||2320||Life/Deaths Issues (3)|
BIO 1010 Principles of biology(3):
This course is the introductory course for a biology track.A study of major concepts of biology.Emphasis on cellurar and molecular biology, morphology, and phylogeny. A systematic survey introduces students to the characteristics and features of organisms representing the important phyla.
BIO 1020 General Biology(3):
A study of major concepts of general biology.Fundamental biological principles and problems as students apply to cellular, molecular, and organismic levels of the biosphere.Required Laboratory.
CHM 1010.Introduction to General Chemistry(3):
A introduction to basic concepts of chemistry to living organisms.This course designed for those students seeking review & preparation. Emphasis may include measurements, unit conversions, gases, atomic and molecular structure, chemical bonding and reactions, acid-base chemistry, and aqueous solutions.
CHM 1011.General Chemistry I(3):
The most fundamental concepts and theories underlying chemistry. Examples of topics covered in this course are atomic and molecular structure, gases, aqueous solutions, chemical reactions, and thermochemistry.
This courses emphasizes aspects of algebra important in the study of calculus. Includes notation of algebra,function, exponents, factoring, theory of equations, graphing, logarithms and inequalities.
MAT 1035 Introduction to Mathematics(3):
A problem solving approach to the introduction of areas such as sets,geometry, probability, measurement, statistics and consumer mathematics.
PSY 1030. General Psychology(3):
This course will provide students with a broad introduction to the field of psychology and help them develop a more comprehen- sive and accurate understanding of human behavior. Among the topics covered are the history of psychology, biological causes of behavior, learning, memory, development, personality and psychological disorders.
CIS 1015. Applications in Computer Information Systems(3):
Introduction to the computer Windows-based applications used for solving business and non-business problems. Emphasis is placed on spreadsheets using Excel, word processing using Word, presentation design using PowerPoint, database design using Access and JAVA programmming. Substantial Computer Windows lab work will be required.
SOC 101. Introduction to Sociology(3):
Fundamental principles and concepts of sociology as illustrated in the structure, functions, and processes of contemporary societies.
CSCI 1020. Basic Programming(2):
Introduction to computer programming on microcomputers using a programming language such as a modern version of Basic, Visual Basic, Quick Basic ,and etc.
CS 1021. Introduction to Computer Science(3):
This course is designed to introduce students to fundamentals of computer science and technologies. Emphasis include history of computer, operating system, computer structure, data storage, database, computer network, and other areas in computing. Problem solving skills, algorithms, and programming concepts are also covered.
Introduction to Hospice and Palliative care(3) :
This Hospice course is designed to provide undergraduate preprofessional students with an introductory understanding of palliative and hospice care. It is designed specifically for undergraduates interested in careers in healthcare, and introduces core concepts of hospice philosopy,historically, emphasizing its humanistic nature,family focus,and interdisciplinary but can also be useful to students aspiring to work in other helping professions.This course will provide students with an in-depth understanding of hospice care and palliative, focusing on how this care is given in the healthcare.
COURSE DESCRIPTIONS FOR HOSPICE EDUCATION :
INTRODUCTION TO HOSPICE(2):
This course will deal with the basic principle of Hospice and the history of hospice and discuss why our society needs hospice and what it can provide dying people with.
Analyzes the various hospice cares for the terminally ill in the past and try to find a better way to comfort them psychologically.
Introduction to Hospice and Palliative care(3) :
This Hospice course is designed to provide undergraduate preprofessional students with an introductory understanding of palliative and hospice care. It is designed specifically for undergraduates interested in careers in healthcare, and introduces core concepts of hospice philosopy,historically, emphasizing its humanistic nature, family focus,and interdisciplinary but can also be useful to students aspiring to work in other helping professions. This course will provide students with an in-depth understanding of hospice care and palliative, focusing on how this care is given in the healthcare.
ETHICAL CONSIDERATION IN HOSPICE(2):
Discusses and studies moral issues, professional duties and spirit of volunteering between the terminally ill and their families.
Provides ways to comfort dying patients and control pains and relieve the fear of common problems associated with the terminal ill and their families. Discusses the basic duty of hospice for the terminal ill.
Deals with the hospice main duty, function and professionalism in the hospice field. Students make presentation of their research papers on the above subjects. Must be taken in the student's final term in the program.
New design institutes began operation in Kangnam-gu, Seoul. Those institutes have one of the most complete design-related facilities in South Korea.
These Design Schools offer many course including Interior Design, Game Design, Animation Design,Fine Arts, Communication Design, and etc.
These Design Schools also prepare students for further studies abroad in countries like Japan, France, and the United States.
1. Interior Design
2. Communication Design
3. Fine Arts
4. Game Design
5. Fashion Design
*Please inquire for curriculum details.
Intensive full-time art and design programs are offered for the pre-requisite courses in foreign institutes.