Courses at Hanyang University
The KABS program is a two-year MBA program designed to help students advance in their careers. The program is divided into four semesters, during which they have the opportunity to develop their expertise through study cases, group projects, guest lectures, simulations, and company visits. It is designed to provide students with the technical and soft skills they need to thrive in the face of emerging challenges. It is open to students from around the world and provides a unique opportunity to learn about the Asian market and its characteristics.
Hanyang University offers a wide range of courses that can help individuals build their expertise, improve their skills, and enhance their competitiveness. As part of the MBA KABS program, students have the opportunity to tailor their course selection to meet their specific needs and goals.
In addition to taking courses from within the department, students can also choose from courses offered by other MBA programs and the Department of International Studies (GSIS). This flexibility allows students to create a customized curriculum that meets their individual needs and offers them additional opportunities to expand their local and global network.
To obtain an MBA from Hanyang University, individuals must complete a minimum of 45 credits over a two-year period (four semesters). This includes completing two mandatory courses: Principles & Practices of Management and Asian Field Project (or Korean Field Project). Students are also required to complete an independent study project, known as the Field Project.
If you have any questions about the requirements or curriculum for the MBA program, you can contact the MBA administration or the teaching assistant for more information. Their email addresses are provided here for your reference. Please don't hesitate to reach out if you have any questions or need further assistance.