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Credit needed for graduation
  • New students: Need to complete all compulsory subjects (liberal and major) for the relevant department or undergraduate course. For major subjects of the department or undergraduate course, 70 credits or more should be achieved by new students who started prior to 2010, and all new students who started 2010 or later need to complete 75 credits or more. A total of 140 credits (160 credits for 5-year architecture major) is needed.
  • Transfer students: Need to complete all compulsory subjects (liberal and major) from the 3rd and 4th year of the relevant department or undergraduate course. 70 credits or more (35 credits from your own major, 45 credits for business administration majors) are needed. Transfer students from non-identical majors should additionally complete the designated prerequisite subjects.
  • New students should complete 8 semesters or more (6 semesters for 2nd year transfer students, 4 semesters for 3rd year transfer students).
Limitation to acquiring credit
  • Maximum acquirable credits per semester: 21 credits (including credits from retaking subjects,
    excluding career path design, field placement, and voluntary activities)
  • Maximum acquirable credits for each academic year: 40 credits (including credits from retaking
    subjects, excluding summer or winter semesters, career path design, field placement, and voluntary activities)
  • Students who have a GPA average of 3.75 or higher in the previous semester (15 credits or more):
    can acquire up to 4 excess credits per semester, limitations apply to excess credit.
•Limitation in applying for excess credit
  • 1st semester: can apply for up to 4 credits exceeding the maximum acquirable credit of 21 credits
  • 2nd semester: can apply for up to 4 credits exceeding the maximum acquirable credit of 40 credits excluding the credits acquired in 1st semester (when 1st semester exceeds 21 credits, only 21 credits are excluded)
  • Application for excess credit for good grades in a previous semester is only possible in the semester of the same year, and cannot be carried forward to the summer/winter semester or next semester.
Subjects not approved as graduation credit
  • Subjects which can replace graduation exam : English 3, English 4, English 5, Korean 1, Korean 2
  • When transfer students have completed subjects for 1st and 2nd year (However, it is approved when a student transferred to the 3rd year, but the 3rd and 4th year subjects were moved to the 1st and 2nd year due to revisions in curriculum)
    ※ Classification of lower grade subjects – subjects with lecture numbers from 10000~20000
  • Prerequisite subjects designated for transfer students from non-identical majors
  • Credit which exceeds 9 credits for daytime, 3 credits for night time from major subjects in other department (college) courses (students who are completing double-majors or a joint operated education course are excluded)
  • Credit which exceeds 6 credits from physical education in liberal subjects
Reference details when attending subjects
  • Operation of subjects to complete in advance
  • Subjects should be registered in order of prerequisite, and students who did not complete the prerequisite subjects cannot register for subsequent subjects (However, when it is necessary due to academic management, approval is obtained from supervising professor and the course registration is submitted to the academic office)
  • Operation of lectures for each level
  • Operated subjects: English (Advanced), Practical English Conversation (Advanced), Calculus (Advanced)
  • The above subjects can be only selected once, and when two or more are completed only 1 subject is acknowledged
  • Opening of foreign language (English) exclusive lectures
  • Foreign language (English) exclusive lectures are opened and operated to improve foreign language skills and learning proficiency of our students, so please pay attend to the lectures when registering for courses
  • English exclusive lectures: lectures are conducted in only English, and are indicated as “English only” on the timetable
  • Subjects for practical teaching (teaching profession)
  • Practical teaching subjects opened for teaching profession: Students other than those completing teaching course are not permitted to register
  • Criteria for passing general graduation exam
Subject Exam subject Full mark Criteria for passing
New students who entered before 2005 New students after 2006 (new or re-admitted in 2006, transferred in 2004)
Dept. English Language Dept. Health & Sports Other depts.
Liberal Subjects English TOEIC (including TOEIC mock test in language institute) 990 More than 600 More than 650 More than 550 More than 600
TOEIC Speaking 200 More than 120 More than 120 More than 110 More than 120
OPIc AD Above IL Above IL
TOEFL(IBT) 120 More than 49 More than 68 More than 57 More than 62
TEPS 990 More than 480 More than 539 More than 433 More than 483
IELTS Band 9 Band 5 Band 5
Alternative subject   Students who completed more than 4 credits (English Ⅲ,Ⅳ) Dept. of English Language Other depts.
Students who completed more than 9 credits
· English Ⅲ, Ⅳ, Ⅴ
· optional subject 3 credits (accepted as graduation credit)
Students who completed more than 6 credits (English Ⅲ,Ⅳ,Ⅴ)

· part time system
· graduates from full-time technical high schools
· Student athletes who achieved 3rd place or higher in national competition while in school
· ROTC
Students who completed: English Ⅲ, Ⅳ, V designated in the entering year
Chinese   Above class 5 in new HSK
Japanese   Above class N2 in JLPT, More than 600 in JPT
Korean TOPIK   Above class 4 (Intermediate) in TOPIK
Alternative subject   Students who completed 6 credits or more (Korean 1, 2)
· Foreign students
Major subjects Major subject exam Students who achieved 40% or more of full score for each subject (40 points per subject), and 60% or more (240 points) of total major score
Thesis, experiment practice, practice (work, design) Evaluated as pass or fail according to evaluation criteria of each department
Subject Exam subject Full mark Criteria for passing
New students of general university after 2012
Dept. of English, Global business management Other depts.
Liberal
subjects
English TOEIC (including TOEIC mock test in language institute) 990 More than 650 More than 600
TOEIC Speaking 200 More than 120 More than 120
OPIc AD Above IL
TOEFL(IBT) 120 More than 68 More than 62
TEPS 990 More than 539 More than 483
IELTS Band 9 Band 5
Alternative subjects   Dept. of English Other depts..
Students who completed 9 credits or more
· English Ⅲ, Ⅳ, Ⅴ
· Optional subjects 3 credits
(accepted as graduation credit)
Students who completed 6 credits or more (English Ⅲ, Ⅳ, Ⅴ)

· Night students
· Graduates of technical high-school from day students
· Student athletes who achieved 3rd place or higher in national competition while in school
· ROTC
Students who completed: English Ⅲ, Ⅳ, V designated in the entering year
Chinese   Above class 5 in new HSK
Japanese   Above N2 class in JLPT, More than 600 in JPT
Korean TOPIK   Above class 4 (intermediate) in TOPIK
Alternative subjects   Students who completed 6 credits or more (Korean 1, 2) Students for completion : foreign students
Major
subjects
Major subject exam Students who achieved 40% or more of full score for each subject (40 points per subject), and 60% or more (240 points) of total major score
Thesis, experiment practice, practice (work, design) Evaluated as pass or fail according to evaluation criteria of each department
  • Full-time students who entered school after 2006 must acquire scores from at least one foreign language test such as TOEIC (including TOEIC mock test at the language institute at our university), TOEIC Speaking, OPIc, and TOEFL. Part-time students can acquire scores from one foreign language test such as TOEIC (including TOEIC mock test at the language institute at our university), TOEIC Speaking, OPIc, and TOEFL, or substitute with completing subjects of English III, IV, and V. However, full-time students who are graduates of technical high schools can substitute with completing subjects of English III, IV, and V with approval from the head of the department. Students who completed these subjects can substitute completion of English III, IV, and V designated in the year of entrance.
  • Credits from English 3, English 4, English 5, Korean 1, and Korean 2 are not approved for graduation credit as these subjects are alternative subjects for graduation exam (liberal subjects).
  • Your own native language cannot be registered as an exam subject for foreign language subjects
Guidelines for voluntary service subjects
  • Classification of completion and credit
  • Subject name: ‘Voluntary service 1’ (1 credit), ‘Voluntary service 2’ (1 credit) [opened simultaneously every semester]
  • Classification of completion: liberal optional
  • College: College of Humanities & Social Science
  • Homepage → Undergraduate life → Guide to academic administration → refer to guide to voluntary service subjects (Inquiries to Student Affairs 02-970-6046)
Guidelines for physical education related subjects
  • No more than 6 credits of physical education related subjects can be taken while attending school (Any credits above 6 are not acknowledged as credit for graduation)
Completion of minor and double majors
  • Qualification for completion: students who acquired 35 credits or more (in the case of double majors, students who have GPA of 3.0 or higher)
  • Submitting application for completion: submit to the department of the double major (minor) within the specified period
  • Completion credit
  • Double major
  • Allowed prior to the 2010 academic year: 35 credits
  • Allowed starting from 2010 academic year: 42 credits (45 credits for Business Administration)
  • ※ Designated ‘compulsory subjects’ should all be completed
  • Minor: complete 21 credits or more from designated subjects
  • Acquirable credits per semester: up to 9 credits per semester (no limits for double major)
  • Duration for completion: until graduation of own major (in the case of double major, until acquiring the required credits for double major)
Credit exchange with other universities
  • Up to 6 credits per semester are possible
  • Report the registered courses using the specified form and submit to relevant department within the specified period, attaching the curriculum (timetable) of the other university (Kyung Hee University, Korea University, Kwangwoon University, Kookmin University, Dankuk University, Daejin University, Myongji University, Mokpo University, Sahmyook Univeristy, University of Seoul, Seoul Women’s University, Suncheon University, Soogsil University, Yonsei University, Hansung University, and Hongik University).
  • Credit exchange with other universities for summer/winter semester is possible for only up to 6 credits from Hankuk Aviation University.
Completion of major subjects from other colleges or departments
  • Up to 9 credits per semester are acknowledged (excluding double major and UNN degree course)
  • However, from students entering after the 2003 academic year, 9 credits for daytime and 3 credits for nighttime classes are acknowledged per semester
Changes to the classification of day and night time (registration at time of entering is to be maintained)
  • Application period & method: receive the application from the college (department) and submit to supervising professor, dean of college, or head of department within the specified period
  • Change of whole subjects: available once attending school. When required due to employment, changes to working hours, and for the operation of the curriculum, submit the relevant documents such as proof of employment for approval from dean of college or head of department. (From students who entered school starting from the 2003 academic year, daytime students who want to change classification can apply within the specified period)
  • Change of partial subjects: can be permitted by the head of department within 9 credits, and there are no limits to the number of applications (From students who entered school starting from the 2003 academic year, change of classification is not permitted)
Course registration for repeated subjects
  • Application period & method: receive the application from the college (department) and submit to supervising professor, dean of college, or head of department within the specified period
  • In the case of failing (F grade) compulsory subjects, students must repeat the subject and acquire the credits
Designation status of identical subjects: when overlapping, only 1 subject is acknowledged for graduation for credit
Classification Previous curriculum New curriculum Note
Subject code Subject name Subject code Subject name
Same 100521 Chemistry (1) 100791 Chemistry & Experiment (1)  
Same 100522 Chemistry (2) 100792 Chemistry & Experiment (2)  
Same 100520 Chemistry 100790 General chemistry & Experiment  
Same 200520 Chemistry 200790 General chemistry  
Same 100120 Physics (1) 100793 Physics & Experiment (1)  
Same 100130 Physics (2) 100794 Physics & Experiment (2)  
Same 200120 Physics (1) 200793 Physics (1)  
Same 200130 Physics (2) 200794 General Physics  
Same 200119 Physics 200795 General Physics  
Same 100824 Social volunteering (1) 100796 Voluntary service (1)  
Same 100825 Social volunteering (2) 100797 Voluntary service (2)  
Same 200825 Social volunteering (1) 200796 Voluntary service (1)  
Same 200826 Social volunteering (2) 200797 Voluntary service (2)  
Same 100832 Human & society 100798 Understanding of society  
Same 100830 Citizen society & politics 100799 Understanding of politics  
Same 200842 Human & society 200798 Understanding of society  
Same 200840 Citizen society & politics 200799 Understanding of politics  
  • Major subjects: department or college designates identical subject when changes are made to curriculum. Inquire to department or college before course registration
Completion of subjects according to changes in the curriculum
  • Apply new curriculum. Returning students should inquire to the relevant department or college regarding identical and similar subjects to prevent overlapping of subjects or omission of compulsory subjects
  • Responsibility for completing compulsory subjects is applied to common (continuous) subjects within the entrance~graduation curriculum. Re-admitted students should decide the year and semester depending on the acquired credits at time of re-admittance to apply to compulsory subjects (compulsory subject is applied when identical subject is designated within closed subjects)
Others
  • Review the lecture plan of the relevant subject before registering to be fully aware of the subject outline, subject objective, evaluation method, textbook, and progress plan, and apply it to the evaluation of the lecture upon completion.
  • The subject entered by the student becomes the material for subject registration and grade processing, so check the course registration details to prevent disadvantages from incorrect entry or disruption to classes after the beginning of the semester.
  • The number of students for each subject is restricted considering the size of the lecture room, and entry is not possible when the maximum number is exceeded so register in other lectures or subjects