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Welcome to the Hallym University of Graduate Studies (HUGS)!
The purpose of the HUGS is to educate students to become leaders in various fields equipped with proper expertise and creativity for activity in the global stage. HUGS is composed of five fields of studies.
The Department of Political Diplomacy educates students on international relations based on theory and reality. The Department of Convention Event Management prepares students for practicing and managing international cultural exchange programs. The Department of Audiology nurtures experts for the highly specialized hearing industry, which is rapidly globalizing in the era of aged societies. The Department of American Law educates students to become lawyers and experts in international commerce and negotiation for deals such as the Free Trade Agreement. The Department of International Radiology teaches students radiology for the global stage.
The Department of Convention Event Management and Department of Audiology are special in that these fields are the first in the nation. The expertise and dedication of our professors, who are also the best in the nation, prepare students for globalization and aged societies.
HUGS has also succeeded the academics and will of its collaborator, the renowned Hallym University, to provide proper education for preparing students to become experts in the rapidly changing contemporary society.
Hallym University of Graduate studies
5th President Junghak Lee, Ph.D
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NAME
Lee, Junghak
ADDRESS
Hallym University of Graduate Studies
405 Yeoksam-ro Gangnamgu Seoul, Korea
Tel: 82-2-2051-4950
Fax: 82-2-3453-6618
Email: leejh@hallym.ac.kr
POSITION TITLE
Professor, Department of Audiology
Director, Institute of Audiology
Education
Education Info
INSTITUTION DEGREE YEAR(s) FIELD OF STUDY
Yonsei University, Korea B. A. 1982 French Language & Literature
Yonsei University, Korea M. A. course completion 1985 Educational Psychology
University of Georgia, U.S.A. M. Ed. 1988 Audiology
University of Georgia, U.S.A. Ph. D. 1994 Audiology
A. PERSONAL STATEMENT
 I, Junghak Lee, currently serve as the president of the Hallym University of Graduate Studies ans also as a professor at the Department of Audiology and te director of the Institute of Audiology. I received the Ph.D. degree in Audiology from the University of Georgia at Athens, Georgia, U.S.A. then worked from 1994 to 2009 as a professor at the Department of Otolaryngology in the Hallym University Medical Center located in Seoul, Korea. I also obtained the CCC-A in 1993, the FAAA (# 012438-00) in 1997 and the ABA certification (BCA # 921) in 2004. My advisors were Dr. Patricia McCarthy and Dr. Richard Talbott for Master’s degree, and Dr. Robert Nozza for Ph.D. degree. The dissertation for Ph.D. was titled “Effects of Averaging Time and External Noise on the Measurement of Distortion Product Otoacoustic Emissions”.
 In 1997, my colleagues and I opened the first graduate level Audiology program at the Hallym University in Korea. Now there are 8 audiology programs in Korea including undergraduate and graduate levels. I have taught mostly at the graduate level psychoacoustics, cochlear implants, hearing seminar and comprehensive audiologic practicum. My main research areas include standardization of speech audiometry as well as hearing aid fitting.
B. POSITIONS AND HONORS
Positions and Employment 1994.8-1999.3 Assistant professor, Department of Medical Sciences, Medical School, Hallym University 1999.4-2004.3 Associate professor, Department of Medical Sciences, Medical School, Hallym University 2004.4-2009.6 Professor, Department of Medical Sciences, Medical School, Hallym University 2007.8- Professor, Department of Audiology, Hallym University of Graduate Studies 2007.8- Director, Institute of Audiology, Hallym University of Graduate Studies 2017.3- President, Hallym University of Graduate Studies Other experience and professional memberships 1993- CCC-A (Certificate of Clinical Competency in Audiology, by ASHA in U.S.A) 1995- International Society of Audiology 1997- FAAA (Fellow in American Academy of Audiology) 1995- Member, Korean Society of Audiology 1999- Member, Korean Academy of Audiology 2004- BCA (Board Certificate in Audiology, by AAA in U.S.A.) 2006-2007 President, Korean Academy of Audiology 2008-2009 President, Audiological Testing Services 2003- Committee member, Electroacoustic committee, Korean Agency for Technology and Standards 2002- Committee member, Hearing Conservation committee, The Korean Occupational Safety and Healthy Agency 2016.3- President, Audiological Testing Services 2016.5- Convenor, ISO TC43 WG10 Hearing aid fitting management 2016.11- Committee member, Noise committee, National Institute of Environmental Research 2017.3- Chairman, Korean Society of Audiologists Honors 2011 Excellent Research Award, Ministry of Knowledge & Economy (currently renamed as Ministry of Trade, Industry                            & Energy, MOTIE)
C. SELECTED PEER-REVIWED PBLICATIONS (1996 ~ Present)
Lee, W.J. Lee, J.H. (corresponding author) (2018). Development of web-based platform for auditory rehabilitation. Audiology & Speech Research 14(1), 1-12. Han, W.J. Lee, J.H. (corresponding author), Kim, J.S. Lee, K.Y. Kim, D.W. (2017). Preferred Compression Threshold and Release Time in Quiet and Noisy Conditions for Elderly Korean Hearing Aid Users. Journal of Audiology & Otology 21(3), 133-139. Jin, I.K. Lee, K.W. Kim, K.S. Kim, D.W. Sohn, J.I. Lee, J.H. (corresponding author) (2017). Comparison of a Hearing Aid Fitting Formula Based on Korean Acoustic Characteristics and Existing Fitting Formulae. Audiology & Speech Research 13(3), 216-221. Oh, S.H. Lee, K.W. Lee, J.H. (corresponding author) (2017). The Gaps between Knowing and Doing in Hearing Aid Fitting Management. Journal of Audiology & Otology 21(2), 120-123. Oh, S.H. Chun, H.G. Lee, K.W. Lee, J.H. (corresponding author) (2017). A Review of Cost-Effectiveness Analysis and Model of Hearing Aid Fitting. Audiology & Speech Research 13(2), 95-100. Oh, S.H. Lee, J.H. (corresponding author) (2016). General framework of hearing aid fitting management. Journal of Audiology & Otology 20(1), 1-7. Chang, S.H., Lee, J.H. (corresponding author) (2016). Development of auditory training tool for adults using sentences. Audiology & Speech Research 12(2), 89-96. Lee, J.W. Yi, D.W. Lee, J.H. Lee, J.H. (corresponding author) (2016). A preliminary evaluation of multiple-choice sentences developed for auditory training. Audiology & Speech Research 12(2), 97-102. Jin, I.K., Lee, J.H. (corresponding author), Lee, K.W., Kim, J.S., Kim, D.W., Sohn, J.L. et al. (2016). The band-importance function for the Korean standard sentence lists for adults. Journal of Audiology & Otology 20(2), 1-5. Oh, S.H. Lee, J.H. (corresponding author) (2016). A Systematic Review of Audiology Terminology. Journal of Audiology & Otology 20(2), 109-113. Lee, J.H. (corresponding author) (2016). Standardization of Korean Speech Audiometry. Audiology & Speech Research 12(0), S7-S9. Park, S.H. Lee, H.J. Kim, J.A. Kim, E.O. Lee, J.H. Kim, H.J. (corresponding author) (2015). Reliability of KS word list for speech audiometry in hearing-impaired patients. Korean Journal of Otolaryngology 58(2), 88-94. Bahng, J.H. Lee, J.H. (corresponding author). (2015). Hearing thresholds for a geriatric population composed of Korean males and females. Journal of Audiology & Otology 19(2), 91-96. Kim, J.S. Lee, J.H. et al. (corresponding author) (2015). Test-retest reliability of word recognition score using Korean standard monosyllabic word ists for adults as a function of the number of test words. Journal of Audiology & Otology 19(2), 68-73. Lee, J.H. et al. (corresponding author) (2015). Test-retest reliability of sentence recognition score using Korean standard sentence lists for adults (KS-SL-A). Audiology 11(1), 17-25. Yoon, J.Y., Lee, J.H. (corresponding author) (2015). Test-retest reliability of Korean standard language list for school children. Audiology 11(1), 26-36. Jin, S.Y., Lee, J.H. (corresponding author) (2015). Test-retest reliability of SRT using Korean bisyllabic word list for adults. Audiology 11(2), 156-162. Park, S.H., Lee, H.J., Kim, J.N., Kim, E.O., Lee, J.H., Kim, H.J. (corresponding author) (2015). Comparison of Speech Audiometry Using KS Word List and Hahm's List in Hearing Impaired Adults. Korean Journal of Otolaryngology-Head & Neck 58(2), 88-94. Yoo, B.M. Lee, J.H. (corresponding author) (2014). Prediction Interval of Word Recognition Score using Korean Standard Monosyllabic Word Lists for Adults. 10(1), 35-42. Choi, J.M. Sohn, J.I. Ku, Y.S. Kim, D.W. Lee, J.H. (corresponding author) (2013). Phoneme-based self hearing assessment on a smartphone. IEEE Journal of Biomedical and Health Informatics 17(3), 526-9. Lee, J.H. (corresponding author) (2013). Devepopment of Korean reference sound pressure level. Research Report (Ministry of Trade, Industry & Energy, MOTIE). Lee, S.H. Lee, J.H. (corresponding author) (2013). Effects of Personal Affects on Tinnitus Retraining Therapy. Audiology 9, 66-73. Lee, J.H. (corresponding author) (2012). Development of a fitting formula for Korean hearing impaired. Research Report (Samsung Electronics). Huh, Y.R. Lee, J.H. Lee, K.Y. (corresponding author) (2012). Effects of age on pure tone hearing thresholds and speech recognition thresholds. Audiology 8, 158-164. Lee, J.H. (corresponding author) (2012). A Study on the standardization of speech sudiometry. Standards & Standardization 2, 28-35 Kim, J.A. Lee, J.H. Lee, H.J. Kim, H.J. (corresponding author) (2012). Comparison of the Korean Standard Bisyllabic Word List for Adults with the Conventional List as a function of Reliability. Korean Journal of Otolaryngology-Head & Neck Surgery 55, 350-4. Kim, J.N. Lee, J.H. Lee, H.J. Kim, H.J. (corresponding author) (2012). Reliability of Speech Recognition Threshold Test Using the Korean Standard Bisyllabic Word List for Adults in Comparison with Conventional Hahm's List. Korean Journal of Otolaryngology-Head & Neck 55(6), 350-354 Lee, J.H. (corresponding author) (2011). Clinical verification for binaural processing algorithm. Research Report (Samsung Electronics). Han, H.K. Lee, J.H. (corresponding author), Cho, S.J. Kim, J.S. Lee, K.W. Choi, W.D.(2011). Reference sound pressure level for Korean speech audiometry. International Journal of Audiology 50, 59-62. Lee, H.J. Lee, J.H. (corresponding author) (2011). Usefullness of Vestibular Evoked Myogenic Potentials in Newborns. . Audiology & Speech Research 7(2), 190-19. Han, H.Y. Cho, S.J. Lee, K.W. Lee, J.H. (corresponding author) (2009). A Study on the Reference Sound Pressure Level for Korean Speech Audiometry. Audiology & Speech Research 5(1), 32-35. Jang, H.S. Lee, J.H. Lim, D.W. Jeon, A.R. Hyun, J.H. (corresponding author) (2008). Development of Korean Standard Sentence Lists for Preschoolers Used in Sentence Recognition Test. Audiology & Speech Research 4(2), 178-187. Jang, H.S. Lee, J.H. Lim, D.H. Lee, K.W. Jeon, A.R. Jung, E.J. (corresponding author) (2008). Development of Korean Standard Sentence Lists for Sentence Recognition Tests. Audiology & Speech Research 4(2), 166-177. Cho, S.J. Lee, J.H. Lim, D.H. Lee, K.W. Han, H.K. (corresponding author) (2008). Development of School Aged and Preschool Korean Bisyllabic Word Lists for Speech Recognition Threshold Test. Audiology & Speech Research 4(1), 37-47. Lee, J.H. Lee, K.W. (corresponding author) (2008). Breakthroughs in Hearing Aid Technology and Rehabilitation. Journal of Otolaryngology. 12(3), 145-151 Kim, J.S. Lim, D.H. Hong, H.N. Shin, H.W. Lee,K.D. Hong, B.N. Lee, J.H. (corresponding author) (2008). Development of Korean Standard Monosyllabic Word Lists for Adults (KS-MWL-A). Audiology & Speech Research 4(2), 126-140 Kim, J.S. Lim, D.H. Hong, H.N. Shin, H.W. Lee, K.D. Hong, B.N. Lee, J.H. (corresponding author) (2008). Development of Korean Standard Monosyllabic Word Lists for School Aged Children(KS-MWL-S) and Preschoolers(KS-MWL-P). Audiology & Speech Research 4(2), 141-160 Lee, K.W. Lee, J.H. Lee, J.H. (corresponding author) (2008). Suggestions of Multi-Talker Babble Noise Using Korean Speech Sound. Audiology & Speech Research 4(1), 24-27 Cho, S.J. Lee, J.H. Lim, D.H. Lee, K.W. Han, H.K. (corresponding author) (2008). Development of School Aged and Preschool Korean Bisyllabic Word Lists for Speech Recognition Threshold Test. Audiology & Speech Research 4(1), 37-47 Cho, S.J. Lim, D.H. Lee, K.W. Han, H.K. Lee, J.H. (corresponding author) (2008). Development of Korean Standard Bisyllabic Word List for Adults Used in Speech Recognition Threshold Test. Audiology & Speech Research 4(1), 28-36 Lee, K.W. Lee, J.H. Lee, J.H. (corresponding author) (2008). Comparing 2-cc Coupler Gain of Monaural Fitting with Non-Linear Fitting Formulas for Elderly Korean with SNHL. Audiology & Speech Research 4(1), 69-73. Lee, B.B. Kim, H.J. Lee, J.H. Kim, J.S. (corresponding author) (2008). Correlation between Electrically Evoked Compound Action Potential and Comfortable and Threshold Levels as a Function of the Electrode Location and Duration after Cochlear Implantation. Journal of Audiology & Otology 12(1), 16-21 Baek, H.J. Lee, J.H. (corresponding author) (2007). Psychometric Functions of the One-Syllable Word Recognition with Monitored Live Voice versus Recorded Presentation for Hearing Impaired Adults. Audiology & Speech Research 3(2), 122-130 Kim, C.P. Hong, B.N. Lee, K.W. Lee, J.H. (corresponding author) (2006). A Study on the Benefit of Hearing Aids in Geriatrics with Presbyacusis. Journal of Audiology & Otology 10(2), 166-121 Sulk, B.K. Lee, K.W. Lee, J.H. (corresponding author) (2006). Effects of Wearing Time on Auditory Acclimatization for Newly Fitted Hearing Aid User with Sensori-neural Hearing Loss. Journal of Audiology & Otology 10(2), 112-115. Lee, D.H. Jun, B.C. Lee, J.H. Son, D.H. Yeo, S.W. (corresponding author) (2006). Clinical Analysis of Delayed Improvement in Sudden Sensorineural Hearing Loss. Korean Journal of Otolaryngology-Head & Neck 49(7), 695-698 Jeon, E.J. Park, Y.S. Lee, J.W. Lee, S.K. Chang, K.H. Lee, J.H. Jun, B.C. (corresponding author) (2006). Correlation between Anterior Inferior Cerebellar Artery Loop and Otologic Symptoms. Korean Journal of Otolaryngology-Head & Neck 49(6), 604-610 Koo, S.M. Kim, J.S. Lim, D.H. Lee, J.H. (corresponding author) (2006). Current Status of Audiology in the U.S. Audiology & Speech Research 2(1), 1-6 Cho, S.J. Lee, J.H. Cho, S.H. (corresponding author) (2006). Effects of Stimulus Type on Auditory Steady-State Responses. Audiology & Speech Research 2(1), 48-5 Yang, H.S. Lee, J.H. Kim, J.S. (corresponding author) (2006). A Study on the Signal-to-Noise Ratio of Classrooms for Toddlers and School-aged Children at Deaf Schools. Audiology & Speech Research 2(1), 28-32 Oh, J.J. Kim, J.S. Lee, J.H. (corresponding author) (2005). Development of the Lists of Phonetically-balanced One-syllable Words for Pediatric Word Recognition Test. Journal of Audiology & Otology 9(2), 161-166 Lee, S.Y. Lee, K.W. Lee, J.H. (corresponding author) (2005). A Study of the Occlusion Effect for Completely-in-the-canal Hearing Aids as a Function of the Vent Length and Residual Volume. Journal of Audiology & Otology 9(2), 175-179 Bae, H.K. Lee, J.H. (corresponding author) (2005). Development of an Environmental Sound Recognition Test for Children. . Journal of Audiology & Otology 9(2), 143-149 Bahng, J.H. Lee, J.H. Hong, B.N. Kim, J.S. (corresponding author) (2005). Division of Speech Pathology & Audiology, College of Nature Sciences, Hallym University, Chuncheon, Korea A Study on the Development of Word Recognition Test by Pictures. Journal of Audiology & Otology 9(2), 133-142 Lee, D.H. Jun, B.C. Lee, J.H. Park, S.Y. Lee, D.H. Yeo, S.W. (corresponding author) (2005). Assessment of the Mastoid Pneumatization in Unilateral Chronic Otitis Media: Is the Underdeveloped Mastoid Air Cells a Cause or a Consequence of Otitis Media?. Korean Journal of Otolaryngology-Head & Neck 48(6) 701-705 Lee, D.H. Jun, B.C. Lee, J.H. Lee, D.H. Yeo, S.W. (corresponding author) (2005). Analysis of Morphologic Differences between Pneumatic and Sclerotic Mastoids in the Unilateral Sclerotic Temporal Bone. Korean Journal of Otolaryngology-Head & Neck 48(5), 582-588 Lee, J.H. (corresponding author) (2005). Bimodal Fitting with a Cochlear Implant and a Hearing Aid in the Opposite Ear. Audiology&Speech Research 1(1), 14-18 Sim, S.I. Lee, J.H. (corresponding author) (2005). Directional Microphone Effects on Speech Intelligibility. Audiology&Speech Research 1(1), 80-84 Lim, K.S. Lee, J.H. Ku, H.L. (corresponding author) (2004). A Study for the Features of Masked Pure Tone Threshold Using TEN(Threshold Equalizing Noise). Journal of Audiology & Otology 8(2), 125-132 Lee, D.J. Lee, J.H. Kim, H.J. (corresponding author) (2004). Test-Retest Reliability of Auditory Steady-State Responses. Journal of Audiology & Otology 8(2), 120-124 Kim, M.H. Lee, J.H. Lee, K.W. Cho, C.G. (corresponding author) (2004). Effects of the Vent and Filter of In-The-Canal(ITC) Hearing Aid on the Insertion Gain for the Closed Vowel ""ee"". Journal of Audiology & Otology 8(2), 104-108 Lee, K.W. Lee, J.H. (corresponding author) (2004). Recent Trends in Hearing Aid Technologies. Journal of Audiology & Otology 8(2),98-103 Hong, B.N. Hong, H.N. Lee, J.H. (corresponding author) (2004). Development of a Screening Tool for Presbycusis. Journal of Audiology & Otology 8(1),49-57 Lee, H.N. Lee, J.H. Park, H.J. Lee, S.C. Chun, Y.M. Kim,Y.B. (corresponding author) (2004), Comparison betwwen Coupler Responses and Real Ear Responses of Children and Adults. Journal of Audiology & Otology 8(1), 25-31 Cha, O.S. Kim, J.S. Lee, J.H. Kim, H.J. Kim, Y.B. (corresponding author) (2004). Auditory Brainstem Responses using the ""Chained-Sound Stimuli"" Protocol. Journal of Audiology & Otology 8(1), 32-43 Joo, G.Y. Kim, J.S. Lee, J.H. Cho, S.J. Kim, K.S (corresponding author) (2003). Characteristics of Tympanometric Gradient and Shape in Normal Adults. Journal of Audiology & Otology 7(2), 123-130 Hong, B.N. Lee, J.H. (corresponding author) (2003). Effects of Hearing Loss and Duration of Tinnitus on Tinnitus Handicap. Journal of Audiology & Otology 7(2), 116-122 Lee, J.H. (corresponding author) (2003). Current Trends in Audiology. Journal of Audiology & Otology 7(2), 93-98 Cho, S.J. Lee, J.H. Kim, J.S. Kim, H.J. (corresponding author) (2003). A Comparison of Auditory Steady-State Response Thresholds to Pure Tone Thresholds in Persons with Normal Hearing and Sensorineural Hearing Loss. Journal of Audiology & Otology 7(1) 57-62 Lee, J.S. Lee, J.H. Kim, K.S. Oh, S.Y. Kim, Y.B. Kim, H.J. (corresponding author) (2003). Utilization of the Capella Distortion Product Otoacoustic Emission Analyzer for Screening the Noise Induced Hearing Loss. Journal of Audiology & Otology 7(1), 49-56 Lee, J.H. Kim, J.S. Oh, S.Y. Kim, K.S. Cho, S.J. (corresponding author) (2003). Effects of Age on Hearing Thresholds for Normal Adults. Journal of Audiology & Otology 7(1), 15-23 Han, W.J. Kim, J.S. Lee, J.H. Kim, H.J. (corresponding author) (2003). Effects of Age on Speech Perception Ability in Everyday Life. Journal of Audiology & Otology 7(1), 63-69 Song, W. Lee, J.H. (corresponding author) (2003). Test-Retest Reliability of Uncomfortable Loudness Level Using an Instructional Set. Communication Sciences & Disorders 8(1), 287-299 Son, M.K. Lee, J.H. Lee, I.J. (corresponding author) (2002). Comparison of Occlusion Effects as a Function of the Earphone Type and Placement in Testing Bone Conducted Hearing Sensitivity. Journal of Audiology & Otology 6(2), 148-151 Won, E.Y. Kim, J.S. Lee, J.H. Hong, S.H. (corresponding author) (2002). Comparison between Auditory Brainstem Response(ABR) Thresholds Measured by Click Stimulation and Pure-Tone Thresholds after Long Term Follow-Up in Children with Sensorineural Hearing Loss. Journal of Audiology & Otology 6(2), 142-147 Lee, M.S. Lee, J.H. Kim, J.S. Hong, S.H. (2002). A Comparison between 1cc Coupler Gain and Real Ear Aided Gain for Completely-in-the-Canal Hearing Aids in Adults. Journal of Audiology & Otology 6(2), 134-141 Hong, S.A. Chung, M.H. Lee, J.H. (corresponding author) (2002). Test-Retest Reliability of Speech Discrimination Test Using the Monosyllabic Word Lists. Journal of Audiology & Otology 6(2), 128-135 You, K. Lee, J.H. (corresponding author) (2002). Comparison of Coupler Gain with Real Ear Insertion Gain. Communication Sciences & Disorders 7(3), 179-189 Hwang,H.K. Lee, J.H. (corresponding author) (2002). Transient Evoked Otoacoustic Emissions and Audiometric Thresholds in Mild Sensorineural Hearing Loss. Communication Sciences & Disorders 7(3), 173-183 Cho, I.C. Lee, J.H. Kim, J.B. (corresponding author) (2002). The Latency and Amplitude of Distortion Product Otoacoustic Emissions in Patients with Sensorineural Hearing Losses. Journal of Audiology & Otology 6(1), 50-55 Hong, B.N. Lee, J.H. (corresponding author) (2002). Hearing Threshold and Hearing Handicap of the Elderly with Presbycusis. Communication Sciences & Disorders 7(1), 214-233 Hwang, H.K. Lee, J.H. (corresponding author) (2002). Transient Evoked Otoacoustic Emissions and Audiometric Thresholds in Mild Sensorineural Hearing Loss. Communication Sciences & Disorders 7(2), 173-183 Hong, H.N. Lee, J.H. (corresponding author) (2002). Hearing Threshold and Hearing Handicap of the Elderly with Presbycusis. Communication Sciences & Disorders 7(1), 214-233 Kim, J.S. Lee, J.H. (corresponding author) (2001). A Study of Telephone Usage in the Hearing-Impaired People. Journal of Audiology & Otology 5(2), 135-143 Mun, H.A. Lee, J.H. Chun, Y.M. Kim, J.S. (corresponding author) (2001). The Latency of Distortion Product Otoacoustic Emissions in Term-born Neonates. Journal of Audiology & Otology 5(2), 129-134 Suh, O.K. Chung, M.H. Lee, J.H. (corresponding author) (2001). Loudness Discomfort Level and Dynamic Range according to the Type of Hearing Loss. Journal of Audiology & Otology 5(2), 111-119 Park, J.H. Lee, J.H. (corresponding author) (2001). Effects of High - Frequency Hearing Loss on Speech Recognition Ability. Communication Sciences & Disorders 6(1), 1-16 Kwon, K.S. Park, M.S. Lee, J.H. (corresponding author) (2001). A Study of Horizontal Sound Localization Ability in Normal Koreans. Communication Sciences & Disorders 5(2), 1-14 Park, M.S. Kim, Y.S. Oh, J.K. Kim, H.S. Lee, J.H. (corresponding author) (2000). Diagnosis of Nonorganic Hearing Loss. International Journal of Audiology 4(2), 121-125 Suh, O.K. Lee, J.H. Park, M.S. Chung, MH. (corresponding author) (2000). Comparison of the Uncomfortable Loudness Level with the Acoustic Reflex Threshold in Normal and Sensory-Neurally Hearing-impaired Ears. Journal of Audiology & Otology 4(2), 148-153 Kim, K.S. Kim, S.Y. Kim, J.S. Lee, J.H. Jung, H.K. (corresponding author) (2000). Factors Affecting Reliability and Validity of Audiometric Hearing Thresholds. Journal of Audiology & Otology 4(2), 154-162 Kim, Y.K. Kim, J.S. Lee, J.H. (corresponding author) (2000). Effects of Contralateral Stimulation on the Distortion Product Otoacoustic Emissions in Normal Human Ears. Journal of Audiology & Otology 4(2), 170-176 Lee, J.H. Lee. K.W. (corresponding author) (2000).Comparison of the Effects of Internal versus External CROS Hearing Aid Fittings. Journal of Audiology & Otology 4(2), 163-169 Heo, S.D. Kim, L.S. Ko, D.H. Lee, J.H. (corresponding author) (2000). The comparison of the voice between the free field and the external auditory canal. The Korean Journal of Speech Sciences 7(4), 89-90 Kim, J.S. Pae, S.Y. Lee, J.H. (corresponding author) (2000). Development of a test of Korean Speech Intelligibility in Noise(KSPIN) using sentesnce materials with controlled word predictability. The Korean Journal of Speech Sciences 7(2), 46-59 Choi, S.H. Ko, D.H. Lee, J.H. (corresponding author) (2000). The Study on the High School Students' Use of Earphone and the Evaluation of Their Hearing Level. Communication Sciences & Disorders 5(1), 1-19 Lee, J.H. Cho, S.J. Kim, J.S. (corresponding author) (2000). The Latency of Distortion Product Otoacoustic Emmissions in Ears with hearing Impariment. The Korean Journal of Speech Sciences 7(1), 86-96 Bang, H.E. Ko, D.H. Lee, J.H. (corresponding author) (1999). A Study of Depression Tendency in Hearing Impaired Patients. Journal of Audiology & Otology 3(2), 172-176 Oh, S.H. Kim, J.S. Park, M.S. Lee, J.H. (corresponding author) (1999). Auditory Brainstem Responses with Hearing Aids. Journal of Audiology & Otology 3(2), 154-159 Kim, I.S. Lee, M.S. Lee, J.H. Park, M.S. (corresponding author) (1999). Brainstem Evoked Potentials to Tone Burst in Normally Hearing Adults. Journal of Audiology & Otology 3(1), 56-62 Yoo, S.H. Park, M.S. Ham, H.S. Lee, D.H. Lee, J.H. (1999). Sound localization in subjects according to the duration of unilateral hearing loss. Journal of Audiology & Otology 3(1), 37-41 Lee, J.H. Kim, J.S. (corresponding author) (1999). A study on the nature of sound and hearing mechanism. The Korean Journal of Speech Sciences 5(1), 167-187 Lee, J.H. Kim, J.S. (corresponding author) (1999). The maximum permissible ambient noise and frequency-specific averaging time on the measurement of distortion product otoacoustic emissions. Audiology 38, 19-23 Lee, J.H. Kim, J.S. (corresponding author) (1999). A Study on Rehabilitation in Hearing Impaired Children. The Korean Journal of Speech Sciences 4(2), 103-113 Kim, J.S. Lee, J.H. (corresponding author) (1998). Sensitization and Desensitization Effects in TEOAEs. Communication Sciences & Disorders 3(1), 84-104 Park, M.S. Lee, J.H. (corresponding author) (1998). Diagnostic potential of distortion product otoacoustic emissions in severe ot profound sensorineural hearing loss. Acta Otolaryngol 118:496-500 Han, M.Y. Lee, J.H. Kim, J.S. (corresponding author) (1998). Comparison of the Usefulness with Frequency Transposition Hearing System and Conventonal Hearing Aids for the Deaf. The Korean Journal of Speech Sciences 3, 50-56 Lee, S.H. Woo, S.Y. Kim, J.S. Lee, J.H. Park, M.S. (corresponding author) (1997). The Effect of Ambient Noise on Click Evoked Otoacoustic Emission Measurement. Journal of Audiology & Otology 1(1), 57-63 Lee, J.H. Lee, S.H. Kim, Y.B. Park, M.S. Kim, J.S. (corresponding author) (1997). The Latency of Distortion Product Otoacoustic Emissions in Normal Ears. Korean Journal of Otolaryngology-Head & Neck 40(3), 347-352 Lee, J.H. Choi, J.H. Shin, Y.J. Kim, Y.B. Park, M.S. (corresponding author) (1997). Nonauditory Factors on Distortion Product Otoacoustic Emissions. Korean Journal of Otolaryngology-Head & Neck 40(1), 49-55 Lee, J.H. (corresponding author) (1996). The effects of hearing aids in presbycusis. The Korean Gerontological Society 16(2), 151-161 Lee, S.H., Woo, S.Y. Kim, D.I. Lee, J.H. Kim, Y.B. Park, M.S. (corresponding author) (1996). Quantitative Assessment of Facial Paralysis Applying Lip Length & Snout Indices. Korean Journal of Otolaryngology-Head & Neck 39(12), 1966-74. Han, M.K., Lee, J.H. (corresponding author). (1996). The usefulness of frequency transposition hearing systems for hearing-impaired children. Communication Sciences & Disorders 1(1), 139-149. Lee, J.H., Lee, S.H. Park, M.S. (corresponding author) (1996). Effects of Noise on Distortion Product Otoacoustic Emission Measurement. Korean Journal of Otolaryngology-Head & Neck 39(10), 1669-77
D. RESEARCH SUPPORT
2015.06.01-2018.05.31.
Title: International standardization of Korean audiological technology terms
Support Organization: Ministry of Trade, Industry & Energy (#10053685)
Research Fund : approximately US$ 600,000 Role: PI
2014.06.01-2017.05.31.
Title: Standardization of hearing thresholds as a function of age and hearing aid fitting.
Support Organization: Ministry of Trade, Industry & Energy (#1049456)
Research Fund : approximately US$ 380,000 Role: PI
2013.03.01-2015.02.28
Title: Development of Korean contents for auditory training
Support Organization: Hallym University of Grauduate Studies
Research Fund : approximately US$ 20,000 Role: PI
2013.06.24-2013.12.31
Title: Development of Fitting formula for Korean hearing impaired
Support Organization: Samsung Electornics
Research Fund : approximately US$ 52,000 Role: PI
2011.07.01-2013.06.30
Title: Development of Korean reference sound pressure level
Support Organization: Ministry of Trade, Industry & Energy (MOTIE)
Research Fund : approximately US$ 220,000 Role: PI
2012.06.20-2012.12.31
Title: Development of Fitting formula for Korean hearing impaired
Support Organization: Samsung Electornics
Research Fund : approximately US$ 70,000 Role: PI
2011.06.20-2011.12.30
Title: Clinical verification for binaural processing algorithm
Support Organization: Samsung Electornics
Research Fund : approximately US$ 50,000 Role: PI
2010.05.01-2010.10.31
Title: A feasibility study for binaural processing algorithm
Support Organization: Samsung Electornics
Research Fund : approximately US$ 50,000 Role: PI
2009.09.01-2009.12.31
Title: Development of hearing screening method for smartphone
Support Organization: Samsung Electornics
Research Fund : approximately US$ 30,000 Role: PI
2006.06.01-2008.05.31
Title: Development of Korean reference sound pressure level
Support Organization: Ministry of Knowledge & Economy (currently renamed as MOTIE)
Research Fund : approximately US$ 250,000 Role: PI
2006.06.01-2006.11.30
Title: Development of drafts for revision of Korean standards related to audiometry and hearing aid analysis
Support Organization: Ministry of Knowledge & Economy (currently renamed as MOTIE)
Research Fund : approximately US$ 15,000 Role: PI
2000.05.16-2001.10.31
Title: A basic study of standard hearing threshold shift for working people
Support Organization: Ministry of Employment and Labor
Research Fund : approximately US$ 30,000 Role: PI
1998.03.01-1998.12.31 Development of a test of Korean Speech Intelligibility in Noise
Support Organization: Samsung Electornics
Research Fund : approximately US$ 20,000 Role: PI
E. Ph.D. Dissertation
Effects of averaging time and external noise on the measurement of distortion product otoacoustic emissions. University of Georgia, U.S.A. 1994. 6.
F. Published Books
Lee, J.H. (2017). Cochlear implant. In Korean Association of Audiology Professors (Eds.), Introduction to Audiology(Korean). Seoul: Hakjisa. Lee, J.H. (2017). Speech audiometry. In Korean Society of Audiology (Eds.), Practical manual of hearing tests(Korean). Seoul: Hakjisa. Lee, J.H., Lee, K.Y., Lee, J.H. & Bahng, J.H. (2014). Glossary of Audiology(Korean). Seoul: Hakjisa. Lee, J.H. (2014). Cochlear implant. In Korean Association of Audiology Professors (Eds.), Introduction to Audiology(Korean). Seoul: Hakjisa. 이정학 외 (2010). 의사소통장애의 이해 2판. 서울: 학지사 이정학 (2008). 보청기검사. 대한청각학회(편) 청각검사지침 서울: 학지사 pp. 299-313. 이정학, 이경원 (2005). 보청기평가. 서울: 학지사 이승환, 이정학 외 (2001). 의사소통장애개론. 서울: 하나의학사 고도흥, 정옥란, 이정학 외 (2001). 음성 및 언어 분석기기 활용법. 서울: 한국문화사 구희산, 고도흥, 이정학 외 (2001). 음성과학용어 번역사전. 서울: 한국문화사 이정학, 장선오, 김진숙, 이광선, 박문서, 김리석 (1998). 보청기의 원리와 적용. 서울: 중앙문 화사 이정학, 박문서, 김진숙 (1997). 보청기. 서울: 중앙문화사
Department of Political Diplomacy Contents Open
The Department offers a wide range of courses involving domestic and international politics for the Master’s Degree program. In particular, the Department provides foreign and day-time working students with custom-tailored and in-depth studies for their individual needs. Flexible hours of study and various tuition benefits are such examples.

The Department itself has long maintained a variety of academic and policy contacts in Korea and beyond. The faculty members consisting of full-time and adjunct scholars are known for their publication records with extensive experiences in their respective fields. A great many Korean and foreign students who graduated are overall satisfied with their attendance in the Department.

At present the Department operates three majors:
Diplomacy and Security Studies For those interested in the changing global order and Korean security
Politics Management Studies For future CEOs in political parties, national assembly, and elections
Taiwan Area Studies For a balanced understating of cross-Strait relations and a rising China
Faculty Bon-Hak Koo (PhD from University of Cincinnati, USA): koobh57@hallym.ac.kr Taeho Kim (PhD from Ohio State University, USA): taehokim@hallym.ac.kr Tae Wook Choi (PhD from University of California at Los Angeles, USA): eacommunity@hallym.ac.kr Ik Joong Youn (PhD from University of Glasgow, UK): youn@hallym.ac.kr
*Contact: Head of Department (Ik Joong Youn: youn@hallym.ac.kr)
Department of Convention and Event Management Contents Open
The Department of Convention and Event Management of Hallym University of Graduate Studies(HUGS) offers the best program for Master’s in Business Administration in MICE education.

We are very proud to present our strongest HUGS alumni network in Korean MICE industry. We offer an active school advisory committee consisting of the industry leaders, who invest their passion and commitment in advising students’ education and their career development. Dept. of Convention & Event Management is also accredited by the School of Hotel & Tourism Administration in Hong Kong Polytechnic University.
Convention and Event Management The very first master’s program for convention and exhibition industry in Korea Internship opportunity at Institute of Convention & Exhibition Management(ICEM) Active alliance and knowledge exchanges with related global organizations
ex) ASAE, CCPIT
Career choices after graduation: Convention/exhibition/event planner, convention bureau staff, convention center manager
Tourism and Travel Management Cultivating tourism management experts who will lead Korean tourism industry Up-to-date curriculum for professional medical/wellness tourism Career choices after graduation: International medical specialist, wellness tourism facility/complex resort manager, medical tourism agent, travel agent, leisure/ tourism consultant
GRADUATE STUDIES COURSES
GRADUATE STUDIES COURSES info
Major Spaces
- Convention and Event Management
- Tourism and Travel Management
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REQUIREMENTS - Graduates or expected graduates from a four-year college or iversity
APPLICATION PROCESS - Document Evaluation + Interview
SCHOLARSHIP
  • · Entrance fee exemption for Hallym university graduates
  • · Up to 50% scholarship for international students for up to the sixth semester
CONTACT Hallym University of Graduate Studies
  • Entrance fee exemption for Hallym university graduates
  • · TEL: 02) 3453-9333
  • · E-MAIL: micehallym@hallym.ac.kr
  • · HOMEPAGE: www.hugs.ac.kr
CURRICULUM
CURRICULUM info
Course Convention, Exhibition & Event Management Tourism and Travel Management
Required Courses Studies of Marketing Strategy, Seminar on Consumer Behavior,
Research Seminar in Service Management, Seminar on Corporate Strategy,
Human Resource Management, Studies of Financial Accounting,
Seminar on Entrepreneurial Management, Social Economy Seminar, Research Methodology,
Tourism Research Method, Hospitality English, MICE Chinese(1)(2)(3) (take 2 classes)
Optional courses Convention/MICE
  • - Study on Global MICE Industry
  • - Advanced Level Seminar on Convention Industry
  • - Policy Studies for Convention and Exhibition
  • - Convention Sales Marketing
  • - Association Operation Management Seminar
  • - Studies on Association Membership Marketing
Tourism Management
  • - Seminar on Tourism Industry
  • - Seminar on Tourism Marketing
  • - Seminar on Tourism Product Planning
  • - Travel Enterprise Management Consulting
  • - Understanding on Foreign Cultures and Protocol
Exhibition Management and Marketing
  • - Advanced Theories and Practices of Exhibition Management
  • - Exhibit Marketing Strategy
  • - International Exhibition Management Strategy
  • - Measurement of Convention & Exhibition
  • - Studies of Exhibition Design Service
Medical Tourism
  • - Medical Tourism Industry Seminar
  • - Medical Tourism Products
  • - Case Studies on Medical Tourism Marketing
  • - Medical Risk Management
Destination Marketing / Event
  • - Destination Marketing and Management Studies
  • - Seminar on Destination Branding Strategy
  • - Convention Center Development & Management Strategy
  • - Seminar on Event Planning Studies of Event Marketing Case
  • - Studies of Cultural Event Seminar on Festival Development
Wellness Tourism
  • - Wellness Tourism Seminar
  • - Healing and Counseling Seminar
  • - Theory and Practice of Healing
  • - Green Tourism Seminar
- Independent study on MICE,
- CEO Leadership Seminar

* Contact : 02-3453-9333 / E-mail: micehallym@hallym.ac.kr / www.hugs.ac.kr

Department of American Law Contents Open
In response to the recent academic trend of developing courses that combine academic knowledge with practical skills, Department of American Law at Hallym University of Graduate School (HUGS) aims to train and educate students as dispute resolution practitioners to work in government, businesses, and NGOs. In order to ensure that all students have opportunities to develop high level communication and negotiation skills to practice dispute resolution, HUGS offers courses such as Mediation, Debate & Reasoning, and Speech Communication. In addition, HUGS enables students to be eligible to take the U.S. Bar exam based on the LLM degree by its partner law school in the U.S. and to become experts in American law to pursue careers in international trade/ international commerce/ intellectual property rights and thrive in an increasingly globalized market.
Various Courses on American Law 62 credits: HUGS (36 credits+) / ABA-accredited law school (24 credits+) Offering credit hours that are close to those of the Juris Doctor (JD) program (Rules of the American Bar Association requires a minimum of 83 credits for JD).
Intensive Programs for Students to Keep their Jobs while Studying Courses are offered on weekday nights (7 PM~ 10PM) or on Saturdays (10 AM ~ 10PM.)
Programs for Students to Improve English in Legal Context The curriculum is designed to help students enhance their listening, speed reading, and writing skills needed handling legal dealings and business transactions in an international context.
Training Programs for Arbitration, Mediation, and Dispute Resolution Practical training courses are offered to prepare students for the increasing number of disputes both at home and abroad. Courses are taught by Professor Chung Kwan Yong, a host of the major broadcast debates and expert on conflict/dispute resolution. Developing career opportunities toward the profession of Professional Mediators.
Global Legal Practice and Real-world Training Distinguished professors with many years of experiences in large law firms and various global legal practices provide practical real-world training for global legal practice. Practices necessary to develop the techniques and strategies for litigation and courtroom work.
The HUGS program helps you get a U.S. attorney qualification The dual degree program between HUGS and UConn Law allows students to complete the required number of course credits needed to qualify to sit for the bar exam in CA, WA, WI or other jurisdictions where students meet the bar qualifications.

LLM dual degree program (UConn Law)                       CA, WA, WI etc.           

* The above requirements are based on Comprehensive Guide to Bar Admission Requirements 2018. Please be aware that the terms and conditions of eligibility for bar exam are set by each state’s board of bar examiners. HUGS and our partner law school (UConn Law) make no representation whether satisfactory completion of the courses with our program will satisfy the requirements of any bar examining committee within the United States. Those interested in taking a state bar exam should make inquiries directly to their state of interest.
Support for the Bar Exam Preparation Study rooms and a bar exam advisor are available. Providing various materials including online lectures and information on bar exam preparation.
Department of
Audiology & Speech Language Pathology Contents Open
Audiology Department of Audiology at Hallym University of Graduate Studies (HUGS) offers Master of Science (M.S) degree in Auiology. Our program is based on a practice-to-research philosophy. Through our cutting-edge facilities and powerful industrial partnerships, we train future clinical audiologists and hearing scientists who will treat millions of people with hearing impairments. Our graduate curriculum emphasizes excellence in clinical practicum and advanced research work in Audiology.
Speech-Language Pathology Speech-Language Pathology major at Hallym University of Graduate Studies (HUGS) offers Master of Science degree in Speech-Language Pathology and qualification for application of national speech-language pathologist license (second rate). Our program is seeking to improve students’ abilities for research and practice through great professors, evidence-based curriculum, and practical training. At least 36 credit hours of mandatory and selective courses are required for graduation. The mandatory courses are Neurologic Language Disorders, Language Development Disorders, Fluency Disorders, Articulation and Phonology Disorders, Voice Disorders, Diagnosis in Communication Disorders, Clinical Observation in Language Therapy, Clinical Practicum of Diagnosis in Language Disorders, Clinical Practicum in Language Therapy, and Practical Issues in Clinical Setting. Selective courses include a variety of subjects such as Aging-related Communication Disorders, Anatomy and Physiology, Auditory Rehabilitation, Motor Speech Disorders, and Swallowing Disorders.
For more information, call (82-70-8680-6961) or email (mslee2018@halllym.ac.kr).
Department of International Radiological Sciences Contents Open
The goal of the International Radiology Department is to train leaders with differentiated knowledge and skills in diagnosing and treating diseases through creative ability and global leadership in medical imaging and radiation fusion under the academic goals of human development and respect for life. In order to train radiation researchers with international competitiveness, curricula are being developed to study advanced knowledge and technologies.
As a leading graduate school in the field of radiation medical industry with global competitiveness, I would like to give you an opportunity to fulfill your dreams and ideals in the International Radiology Department, which is going ahead of human resource development.
We will do our best to nurture professional talents to carry out a leading role in radiation related field through systematic and high level education in CT, PET / MRI, therapeutic medicine, nuclear medicine, etc.

In particular, we educate specialists in the field of radioisotope (RI) licenses for ultrasound and radioisotope operators. We are also committed to fostering specialized radio technologists who manage and develop medical images using the latest medical equipment.
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