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A Study on Developing Communication Courses to Enhance Undergraduates' Core Competence

대학생의 핵심역량 강화를 위한 커뮤니케이션 교과목 개발에 관한 연구

  • 김효진 (동국대학교 파라미타칼리지)
  • Received : 2016.08.24
  • Accepted : 2016.10.20
  • Published : 2016.10.28

Abstract

Along with the development of advanced technology as well as the trend of becoming information society where all different cultures become convergent, communication competence is becoming one of the most important. Therefore, universities are making efforts to open and operate a related curriculum regarding communication competence as the most needed core competence in cultivating competitive men of ability. Accordingly, this study is going to suggest courses and detailed contents for developing communication courses to enhance undergraduates' core competence. The contents of communication subjects include the course outline, objectives, manner of lecturing, evaluation, weekly learning topics, learning objectives, and learning contents, and so on. This study will lay the ground for cultivating undergraduates' communication skills effectively and improving their core competence further to lead their college life soundly based on the understanding of communication. Also, this study will form a field of cultivating competent persons who can create social value through systematic education on communication competence which is the most emphasized as core competence that the members of universities or societies should be equipped with.

Keywords

Information Society;Communication;Communication Competence;Core Competence;Communication Course Development

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