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Bachelor of Foreign Languages with a major in English
Not only will the course improve students' English, but it will prepare students to be professionals in the fields of business, education, hotel management, and tourism as well as in cultural and content industries. Students can also study another language in addition to English, either Chinese or Japanese.
The course provides three options for students to consider when planning their course:
Option 1: Business and Tourism
While working on improving their English for general purposes, students can study English for specific purposes such as running meetings, doing presentations, managing hotels, and traveling and interpreting as a tour guide.
Option 2: Education and Translation/Interpretation
Students can also study to be English teachers, English translators or interpreters. They can take subjects such as English Language Teaching Methods, Teaching English to Children, Translation Theory or Interpretation Methods.
Option 3: Preparation for a graduate course
Students can study and prepare for further study in graduate school in or outside South Korea. They study for TOEFL and take subjects relevant to their interest.
Why choose to study this course at Changshin University?
Every student will have a supervisor who will assist him or her to adapt to university life quickly and successfully, find the areas of his or her interest, and prepare him or her for the career he or she would like to pursue.
Everyone interested in improving his or her English is encouraged to join at least one of the following clubs and attend their regular meetings.
1. English Movie Lovers' Club
Members meet with Korean and native English professors once a month to watch an English movie and have discussions.
2. Debating in English Club
Members meet with Korean and native English professors once a month to discuss and debate about currents affairs of South Korea and the world.
3. Happy Readers' Club
Members read one or two books a month and meet with Korean and native English professors once a month to hold discussions.