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Curriculum Table - 2017

* Foreign or supernumerary studetns do not need to major in Public Governance and Leadership as their secondary major, and should select their secondary major (including intensified studying of one's first major) in their 3rd semester. 

Content

Course No.

Course Name

Credit

(hour)

1次

年度

2次

年度

3次

年度

4次

年度

Common Electives

Thoughts and

Expression

GETE015

Thoughts and ExpressionⅠ

2(4)

 

 

1.Select more than one elective from ‘Thoughts and ExpressionⅠ,Ⅱ’ or ‘Academic EnglishⅠ,Ⅱ’.

2.For students who are in the advanced level of English, replace  ‘Academic EnglishⅠ(2), Ⅱ(2)’ with ‘Advanced Academic English(2)’.

GETE016

Thoughts and ExpressionⅡ

2(4)

 

Academic

English

IFLS013

Academic English Ⅰ

2(4)

 

IFLS014

Academic English Ⅱ

2(4)

 

Freshman

Seminar

GEKS005

Freshman Seminar

1(1)

 

 

GEKS006

Freshman Seminar

1(1)

 

Computational Thinking

GECT001

Computational Thinking

1(1)

 

 

Subtotal

4~10

Major

Electives

World Culture

GEFC

6

Select 2 subjects

Historical

Investigation

GEHI

Literature & Art

GELA

Ethics & Ideas

GECE

Sociological

Studies

GESO

3

Select 1 subject

Science &

Technology

GEST

Quantitative

Research

GEQR

Subtotal

9

Major Electives

JURA150 INTRODUCTION TO LAW or

Law-related Major Electives

3(3)

Same for Foreign students

More than 2 subjects from “Major Electives” in the Liberal Arts section except for the College of Education

6

.

Subtotal

9

Electives

2

Total

25~31

Notes

1. Excess credits from each area are accepted as general elective credits.

2. If a student completes the general education curriculum and academic foundation courses designated by SIS, he/she is recognized to have completed it regardless of his/her first major.

3. Refer to the first major department for major courses

4. Foreigners (new or transferred students) must obtain TOPIK Grade 4 or higher from the Korean Language and Culture Center.

5. Foreign or supernumerary students after the year 2011 do not need to major in Public Governance and Leadership as their secondary major, and should select their secondary major (including intensified studying of one's first major) in their 3rd semester.