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Korean Massive Open Online Course (K-MOOC)

Busan Digital University develops and offers a variety of programs to enhance the access to education, social participation, and job prospects of lifelong learners. This focus on human services is a shared specialization of the (K-MOOC) service. Korean Massive Open Online Course (K-MOOC) is a high-quality open online service established to provide free courses to anyone, anywhere.

Course LevelㅣGeneral

  • Prof. Mi-ja Shim’s “Tomorrow, My Work as an Industry-Lecturer”



  • Major classification Education
  • Completion criteria This course is based on a formative evaluation. Learners can pass this course with no exam requirement as long as they meet the standard of 60% in class evaluations
  • Course goals The job prospects of lecturers can be predicted based on the changing patterns of future job availability. Learners will apply a variety of skills from class such as exhibiting professionalism, teaching skills, and attitudes to their real job.
  • Consortium institution Korea Safety Union
  • Prof. You-mi Choi’s “Volunteer Citizen Education”



  • Major classification Social Studies
  • Completion criteria Learners can pass this course with no exam requirement as long as they meet the standard  of 60% in class
  • Course goalsThis course will teach the role, value, and attitudes of volunteers, and have learners apply different skills in the field. Learners can plan and take part in diverse volunteering programs by finding out the demands of the job market.
  • Consortium institution Korea Volunteer Center
  • Prof. Young-keun Hong’s “Controlling Stress with Mindfulness”



  • Major classification Social Studies
  • Completion criteria Learners can pass this course when they meet the standard of 60% in class evaluations (mindfulness evaluations 1, 2, 3, 4 + quiz)
  • Course goals This course teaches how to be mindful, which effectively eliminates stress. Learners will understand what stress is and why it happens. They can apply the mindfulness therapy and put it into practice.
  • Consortium institution Korea Youth Counseling Association

Course LevelㅣBasic

  • Prof. Mi-jung Kim’s “Babysitter, Making a World of ‘Raising Together”



  • ※ NCS-based course
  • Major classification Social Studies
  • Completion criteria Learners can pass the course when they meet the standard of 60% in class evaluations (Midterm exam + Final exam + Special assignments)
  • Course goalsThis course provides learners with the values of raising children together along with an understanding of the roles and attitudes of babysitters. Learners will master the knowledge and skills related to child care and apply it in an actual job.
  • Consortium institution Busan YWCA
  • Prof. Chae-jeong Kim’s “Internet Marketing for the Foodservice Industry”



  • Major classification Business Administration & Economics
  • Completion criteria Learners can pass the course when they meet the standard of 60% in class evaluations (Midterm exam + Final exam + Projects)
  • Course goals This course helps learners understand the definition of internet marketing and its importance in building a strong connection with customers, who are essential for the success of a business. This course explains what an internet marketing mix means and how to utilize one in marketing a business.
  • Consortium institution Busan Office, Korea Chefs Association

Course LevelㅣAdvanced

  • Prof. Tae-joon Kim’s “Challenge, Mental Health Social Workers”



  • Major classification Social Studies
  • Completion criteria Learners can pass the course when they meet the standard of 60% in class evaluations (Midterm exam + Final exam + Special assignments)
  • Course goals This course will explain what mental social welfare means. It will also help learners understand about mental diseases and disorders. They can apply the knowledge and skills of mental health social welfare to an actual job.
  • Consortium institution Busan Metropolitan City’s Daebok Dong Happiness Support Team
  • Prof. You-mi Choi’s “Care Management for Social Workers”



  • ※ NCS-based course
  • Major classification Social Studies
  • Completion criteria Learners can pass the course when they meet the standards 60% in class evaluations (Midterm exam + Final exam + Special assignments)
  • Course goalsThis course teaches learners how to use their capabilities to support elderly people and people with special needs in their everyday life such as supporting cognitive emotion, physical needs, chores, and health care.
  • Consortium institution Daegu Metropolitan City's Association of Social Workers

BDU K-MOOC How to Register

  • 1. Visit www.kmooc.kr (Sign in)
  • 2. Log in – Enrollment - Courses
  • 3. Issue Certificate
  • T. Contact 051.320.2844
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2018 EDUCATION CONTENT DEVELOPMENT PROJECT FOR ADULT LEARNERS TO BUILD CAPABILITY

Raising the social engagement of ‘60+ Active Seniors’ Nurturing Curriculum for Becoming an E.E (Elder care for Elder) Experts

  • Who is an E.E expert?

  • Experts in care provide basic services such as daily life support services, emotional support services, and hospital accompanying services to satisfy the needs of clients and improve their quality of life.
  • Course Description

  • Provide understanding and knowledge for professionals for E.E (Elder care for Elder) experts
  • Teach housework support, emotional support, medical support technology training, and improved smartphone use in old age
  • 15 weeks for each course (3 lectures per week), total of 270 hours
  • How to Apply

Open Course
  • KOCW (Korea Open Course Ware)
  • Visit www.kocw.net
  • Search Job / Job Curriculum – Busan Digital University
Credit Recognition
  • Entry to BDU: www.bdu.ac.kr
  • Apply and enter BDU
  • Application schedule: December for 1st semester; June for 2nd semester

2019 EDUCATION CONTENT DEVELOPMENT PROJECT FOR ADULT LEARNERS TO BUILD CAPABILITY

Offering more job opportunities to middle-aged women and women on a career break Training Curriculum for Becoming Caregivers

  • Who is a Caregiver?

  • Caregivers take care of children under 12 by reflecting different parenting styles from the primary parent and providing activities, meals, snacks, pick-up or drop-off services to help their daily routine until the parents can pick them.
  • Course Description

  • This course is an NCS-based curriculum related to child care, social welfare, and religion
  • A field-based course involving analysis of needs
  • 15 weeks for each course (3 lectures per week), total of 270 hours
  • Student Support Service

  • Online
  • Visit www.bdu.ac.kr
  • Click [Program for E.E Experts] or [Program for Caregivers] Menu→ Click a course name → Q&A Section
  • Contact : T. 051.320.2799

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Busan Digital University, 57 Jirye-ro, Sasang-gu, Busan 47011, Korea
TEL: 82-81-320-2000, 1930 FAX: 82-51-320-2787

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