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Corriculum Table - 2021

Content

Course No.

Course Name

Credit (hour)

Year 1

Year 2

Year 3

Year 4

General Education

LIBERTY JUSTICE TRUTH

GELI003

GELI004

LIBERTY JUSTICE TRUTHⅠ

LIBERTY JUSTICE TRUTHⅡ 

3(3)

3(3)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Writing

GEWR001

Writing

2(3)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Academic English

IFLS011

IFLS012

Academic EnglishⅠ

Academic EnglishⅡ

1(2)

1(2)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Freshman Seminar

GEKS005

GEKS006

Freshman Seminar

Freshman Seminar

1(1)

1(1)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Computational Thinking

GECT001

Computational Thinking

1(1)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Subtotal

13

Core General Education

World Culture

GEFC

3(3)

Select 1 subject

Historical Investigation

GEHI

Literature & Art

GELA

Ethics & Ideas

GECE

Sociological Studies

GESO

3(3)

Select 1 subject

Science & Technology

GEST

Quantitative Research

GEQR

Subtotal

6

Elecives

 

JURA150 INTRODUCTION TO LAW or

Law-related Core General Education

3(3)

 

Electives

2

Subtotal

5

 

Total 24
Academic Foundation Two or more of the "Academic Foundation" courses 6

Major(Basic)

First Major

Follow the requirements of the 1st Major

Minimum 36 credits or more

major

Public Governance and Leadership

Minimum 36 credits or more

 

Subtotal

Minimum 72 credits or more

General Elective

Maximum 28 credits

Graduation Requirement Credits

130 credits or more

Notes

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

2. If a student complete the General Education curriculum and Academic Foundation determined by the SIS, he/she is recognized to have completed it regardless of your first major.

3. If a student completes more than two credits of elective education, he/she shall be deemed to have completed the Academic Foundation (excluding College of Education, The Institute of Foreing Language Studies, Institute for General Education)

4. Degree awarded: Degree awarded with a first and second major.

5. Foreign entrants are not required to major in public governance and leadership convergence, so they must major in second (including advanced majors).

 

 

Referring to major courses in the first major department
Foreigners (new or transferred students) must obtain TOPIK Grade 4 or Grade 4 or higher in Korean Language and Culture Center