1. Enrollment Period
(1) Enrollment duration must be at least 4 years, and less than 8 years. (Early graduation must be at least 3 years- school Article 50).
(2) Leave of absence cannot exceed six semesters, and students will be dismissed from the school if exceeded). Serving for Korean Armed Forces (Mandatory Service) is an acceptable reason for extending possible number of semesters for leave of absence (School regulation Article 70 Section 3).
2. Course Completion Credit (School Regulation Article 53)
(1) Students must complete a total of at least 130 credits for undergraduate degree.
(2) Students must complete at least 36 general elective courses and at least 39 major courses. Double major students must complete 39 credits from core major (42 credits for programs in School of Education). Minor program students must complete at least 21 credits (30 credits for School of Education, and 40 credits for School of Law).
(3) Major course credits should be 39 credits including 10 credits from major requirement courses (Understanding Communication, Communication Theories, Research Methods in Communication, Special Topics in Communication, Technology and Culture)
(4) If pursuing an advanced major in School of Communications, students must complete at least 60 major course credits. In this case, the school recognizes up to 18 credits from a different department, and in this case up to 12 credits from different department other than Combined Major Program in Information and Multimedia Culture will be recognized.
Note: Above regulation are applied to students who have entered the school after year 2012, and previous students may select either the prior regulation or the current regulation.
3. Credit Acquisition (School Regulation Article 68)
(1) Grade ‘D-‘ or above will be recognized as a full credit. Students must score at least 2.0 in their overall GPA and individual GPAs for their major, multiple major, minor major, or combined major course.
(2) If the student repeated a course twice or more, the latter grade will be recognized, so retake status must be confirmed.
(3) Students who have received a GPA of at least 3.3 in the previous two semesters may register for 21 credits.
(4) If a student from School of Communications take courses from specified Combined Major Program in Information and Multimedia Culture, maximum of 12 credits from the courses will be recognized as major.
* Specified Combined Major Program in Information and Multimedia Culture Courses List
|2114.303B||Digital Video Lab 1|
|2114.304||Introduction to Information and Multimedia Culture Technology|
|2114.306||Research Methods in Information and Multimedia Culture|
|2114.307A||Contents Industry and Policies|
|2114.309||Understanding Game Theory|
|2114.402A||Practicing Multimedia Idea|
|2114.407||Introduction to Virtual Reality|
|2114.408A||HCI Theories and Practices|
|2114.409||Creative Research Lab|
|2114.410||Arithmetic Research Lab|
|2114.412||Internet and Knowledge Technology|
|2114.413A||Digital Video Lab 2|
|2114.415||Understanding Digital Sounds|
|2114.418||Understanding Digital Animation|
|2114.419||User Centered Design|
|2114.420||Information Culture Seminar|
|M1313.000200||Introduction to Web Programming|
|M1313.000500||Introduction to Media Interface|
|M1313.000700||Information Technology Lab|
(1) Registration Period: Students should have been registered for between 8 and 16 semesters.
(2) Credit Completion : Students who have completed the following credits:
① Students must earn a minimum total of 130 credits including 36 credits or more in general electives and 39 credits or more from major courses. They must have cumulative GPA of at least 2.0.
② Students who have pursued double major or combine major must complete the required credits according to the corresponding programs.
③ Students with a minor must earn at least 21 credits (30 credits for School of Education, 40 credits for School of Law)
(3) Students must have their graduation thesis approved (Marked ‘S.”)
(4) Recognized Credits
◆ Elective courses can be divided into 1. Basics of discipline 2. Core electives 3. General electives.
① Students must complete College Korean and College English (or Advanced English) in Basics of discipline.
②Core electives must complete at least two courses in each of the three subjects: literature and arts, history and philosophy, and society and ideology, and at least one course in nature and technology (or life and environment).
③ Courses that must be completed in major courses are Understanding Communication (200.113A), Communication Theories (211.301), Research Methods in Communication (211.315), and Special Topics in Communication, Technology and Culture (211.230).