- Penalties for cheating
Grade for the course is automatically an F
The proctor reports to the Director of Student Affairs with the evidence
- Makeup test for regular examinations
The student must submit documented evidence on the cause of absence to the supervising professor before the examination
Makeup examination: Must be taken before the finalization of grade input
- Evaluation: Regular evaluation is undertaken at the end of each semester. Individual evaluations may take place under the care of the supervising professor during class hours.
- Grades A comprehensive evaluation including test results, project evaluation, attendance, and student conduct
Passing grade: D⁰ and above
Attendance: The grade is issued when the student attends more than 2/3 of the class hours
※ Registering attendance after the start of class is counted as tardiness, and three occasions of tardiness are counted as one absence.
- Assigning grades: The supervising professor selects either the grade level ratios or the maximum class average method.
Relative evaluation: Course grades are, by default, relatively evaluated.
① A⁺: within 10%
② A⁰ and above: within 30%
③ B⁺ and above: within 50%
④ B⁰ and above: within 70%
※ Maximum class average: 3.30
Upper-level relative evaluation courses: Physics and Experiments (advanced) courses, English-only major courses, teacher’s training courses, final year major courses
① A⁺: within 20%
② A⁰ and above: within 40%
③ B⁺and above: within 70%
④ B⁰ and above: within 90%
※ Maximum class average: 3.60 (3.70 for English only)
Absolute evaluation: Pure fieldwork and thesis research, Joint Management Academic Curriculum, Korean language classes for international students, upper-level Core Liberal Arts, teacher’s training major courses, pass-fail courses
Grade issuance: Transcripts are available through the university SUIS after the processing of the semester grades.