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Undergraduate courses Curriculum

[Undergraduate courses Curriculum]

  • Graduation Requirement for Undergraduate courses : Minimum total of 130 credits
  • Minimum credit for courses

General Education

Designated as courses to foster student as university-level intellectuals

(Areas: Academic Foundations, World of Knowledge, All general education courses)

Minimum 44credits


For in-depth and specialized research training required in respective departments/majors

(Areas: Compulsory, Elective)

Minimum 62credits

(compulsory 43+elective 19)


<General Education>

General Education

Credit Requirements (44 or more)



Required Courses



Academic Foundations

Critical Thinking and Writing

[1-1] Writing in Science & Technology



Foreign Languages

[1-1,2] 2 courses


•Students with a TEPS score of 900 and below upon matriculation must take at least one English course.

Mathematical Sciences

[1-1] Calculus 1 or Honor Calculus and Practice 1

[1-2] Calculus 2 or Honor Calculus and Practice 2

[2-1] Engineering Mathematics 1

[2-2] Engineering Mathematics 2



Natural Sciences


(1) Physics1·2 (or Honor Physics 1․2), Physics Lab. 1·2

(2) Chemistry 1·2, Chemistry Lab. 1·2


•Students taking courses in Natural Sciences must take the corres- ponding labs concurrently.

•Students who did not complete Physics 1,2 in high school may take Foundation of Physics 1,2 instead of Physics 1,2. Note that Physics Lab. 1,2 must be taken concurrently with the corresponding courses.

Computer and Information Science

[1-2] Digital Computer Concept and Practice



Worlds of Knowledge

Language and Literature




•Must earn 6 credits in at least 2 out of 5 areas (Language and Literature, Culture and Art, History and Philosophy, Politics and Economy, Humans and Society).

•* Refer to the information below.

Culture and Art



History and Philosophy


Politics and Economy


Humans and Society



Nature and Technology


Life and Environment


All General Education Courses


•Students may select any courses from the list of General Education courses.

※ Aside from the above General Education requirements, the students entered in 2013 and thereafter must earn 3 credits from both ‘Courses for Entrepreneurship’ and ‘Courses for Creativity’ which are designated by College of Engineering, totaling 6 credits . ‘Courses for Entrepreneurship’ can be substituted with courses in ‘Humans and Society’ from <Worlds of Knowledge>, and the required 3 credits in ‘Courses for Creativity’ can be substituted with courses in ‘Culture and Art’ from <Worlds of Knowledge>. (Students must consult with the department about the requirement)

‘Courses for Entrepreneurship’

(GE) 054.027 Entrepreneurship and Economy

(GE) 046.017 Technology and Economy

(GE) 054.025 Engineering Ethics and Leadership

(GE) 054.028 Patent and Technology Entrepreneurship

(Major) 400.212 Technology and Entrepreneurship

(Major) 400.025 Modern Technology and Ethical Thinking

(Major) 400.513 History of Engineering and Technology

(Major) 400.213 Innovation and Creativity Practice

(Major) M2177.000100 Management for Engineers

(Major) M2177.000700 Engineering Frontiers and Leadership 3(Open ONLY to undergraduate students who entered in 2013, 2014)

‘Courses for Creativity’

(GE) 054.019 A Glance at Korean Contemporary Urbanism and Architecture

(GE) 054.021 Creativity and Design

(GE) 054.022 Technology and Art: Exhibit·Art·Engineering

(GE) 054.020 The Science of Sound, and Experience of Music Instrument Design and Evaluation

(Major) 400.018 Creative Engineering Design

(Major) 400.318 Digital Art Engineering

(Major) 406.549 Creative Technology Intelligence

(Major) 406.324A Creative Thinking for Engineers

(Major) M2177.002300 Interdisciplinary Innovative Capstone Design

(Major) M2177.002400 Global Innovative Capstone Design



<Recommended tracks for Major 2018>





-Engineering Biology*



-Physical Chemistry 1*

-Organic Chemistry 1*

-Applied Biochemistry 1*

-Basic Computer Methods in Chemical and Biological Engineering**

-Analytical Chemistry**

-Physical Chemistry 2**

-Elementary Lab. For Chemical and Biological Engineering*

-Organic Chemistry 2*

-Applied Biochemistry 2*


-Chemical Reaction Engineering 1*

-Process Fluid Mechanics*

-Chemical and Biological Synthesis Lab.*

-Chemical and Biological Process Lab. *

-Chemical Engineering Thermodynamics

-Polymer Chemistry

-Heat and Mass Transfer*

-Chemical and Biological Synthesis Lab.*

-Chemical and Biological Process Lab. *

-Process Control and Design**

-Inorganic and Materials Chemistry

-Separation Processes


-Introduction to Quantum Mechanics

-Process and Product Design

-Introduction to Catalysis

-Introduction to Environmental Engineering

-Properties of Polymers

-Biochemical Engineering

-Instrumental Analysis


-Undergraduate Research

-Chemical Reaction Engineering 2

-Organic Chemistry for Fine Chemicals

-Environmental Biotechnology


-Molecular Biochemical Engineering

-Computer Applications in Chemical Engineering

-Cell Biotechnology

-Management in Chemical Industries***

-Undergraduate Research

-Field Applications of Engineering Knowledge

* Compulsory major subjects

** Elective major subjects: allowed to choose 2 out from 4 subjects

*** Elective major subjects: allowed to choose 1 out from 2 subjects

- For repeated subjects in first or second semester, take it in either first or second semester.

- Elective major subjects for College of Engineering students: 1 subject is Compulsory

  • 400.015 Introduction to Industrial Engineering
  • 400.019A Introduction to Electrical and Computer Engineering
  • 400.020 Introduction to Materials Science and Engineering
  • 400.022 Introduction to Civil and Environmental Engineering
  • 400.024 Introduction to Energy Resources Engineering
  • M2177.003200 Electrical and Electronic Circuit Theory and Experiments for Integrated Engineers


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