|History of Warfare
||Aims at establishing for cadets a concept of history and war becoming of Air Force officers, andf the qualifications required for military duties. Cadets will study specifics of major wars from ancient to modern times, including causes, results, strategies, and tactics.
||Examines the relationship between the nature of the military and the society(which is based on the human society), the status of the nation state in an age of glottalization, and the meaning of the military's loyalty to the ideals of the society it belongs to. Based on these, cadets will be led to understand appropriate standards of behavior becoming of a professional military officer, develop proper values, and realize them in their military wives.
||Cadets will learn leadership theories and principles related to human beings, organizations and effective management and will be encouraged to foster the ability to command required as Air Force officers.
|The Air Strategy
||This course discusses the origin and the development of air power as well as the development of aeronautical technology and strategy from modern air warfare history. Cadets will be able to understand the goals and the management of air strategy by grasping the importance of air power management under the current security circumstances.
||The outer space provides a distinct environment for flying vehicles. Understanding this, and acquiring basic knowledge of the system of space flight vehicles and orbiting principles that apply to them, cadets prepare themselves for the space age.
|Aerospace Weapon System
||Cadets will develop capabilities to manage the aerospace weapon system, the core weapon system of modern warfares, by learning the concepts, principles and goals of the aerospace weapon system.
|Flight Training Theory Ⅰ·Ⅱ·Ⅲ
||For cadets who will take flight training courses. Covers flight manuals, flight instruments, air navigation, flight plans and aeronautical meteorology, so that cadets can acquire the basic knowledge of flight training.
Military Operations Research
||Study of diverse methodologies including not only operational analysis, but effect analysis, weapons system analysis, and cost analysis. Many case studies will be given to promote practical skills.
||The importance of understanding cyber warfares is crucial as the theater of modern warfares includes cyberspace. Cadets will be learn the concepts and develop the capabilities to efficiently manage cyber warfares throughout this course.
|Air and Space Law
||For cadets who will engage in aerial occupations. Fosters practical skills by studying domestic and international laws governing aircraft flights and the use of outer space, the collective effort of the global society, and the process of settling disputes.
to Aerospace Engineering
||Covers basic flight principles, flight performance, aircraft structure, aircraft instruments, auxiliary equipments, helicopters, aviation electronics.
||Aim of this course is to allow potential pilots to effectively utilize aviation electronic systems. Cadets will study the basics of aviation electronics, an elementary understanding of aviation electronic weapons system such as communication, navigation, and radar, and gain a knowledge of the principles and tactics of electronic warfare.
||This course is for cadets who are planning to undergo flight training. Cadets will learn to theoretically analyze the elements of risk in flight, gain a concept of flight safety and become professional agents.
|Dogma and Operation
||This course covers the concepts and terms of military operations including aerospace?ground?maritime operations and related doctrines. Cadets will be able to acquire practical knowledges concerning military operations and set visions for the foundation of aerospace force.
of North Korea
||Leads cadets to understand the formation, development, and the current state of North Korea via diverse topics, establishing a correct view of the country. Cadets will look from an objective point of view at the current issues concerning NK including its nuclear weapons program or human rights problems. comprehensively understanding North Korea as both the main enemy and a part of the nation, and attaining a solid view of the nation and its security.
and Control Management
||Cadets will acquire practical knowledges about commanding units, the roles of staff officers, decision-making, conflict management and counseling so that they can develop capabilities required for Air Force junior officers.