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Master’s Program
General CourseMajor Course (Elective)ResearchTotal
3 and 1AU21933
    Required Credits for Graduation: A total of 33 credits or more
    General Course Requiremtns: 3 credits and 1 AU
  • Choose one from the following courses : CC 500 Scientific Writing in English, CC510 Introduction to Computer Application, CC511 Probability and Statistics, CC513 Engineering Economy and Cost Analysis, CC522 Introduction to Instruments , CC530 Entrepreneurship and Business Strategies, CC531 Patent Analysis and Invention Disclosure, CC532 Cooperative System Design. However, Probability and Statistics can substituted for IE 641 Mathematical Statistics (Department of Industrial & Systems Engineering), Engineering Economy and Cost Analysis can be substituted for IE 522 Advanced Topics in Engineering Economy.
  • CC010 Special Lecture on Leadership (Non-Credit Course) Students receiving general scholarships, and foreign students are exempted)
  • CC020 Ethics and Safety I (1AU)
  • Elective Courses : A minimum of 21 credits
    KSE Courses: A minimum of 15 credits are required
    Research: at least 9 credits including Seminar(2); however, foreign students who have completed HS586 (Korean for Foreigners I ) are waived form the seminar requirement.

    Cross-fertilization program: It is supposed to take a cross taking course for convergence from 2014 spring semester new students. Computer science based students should take KSE Non-computer science course over 2 courses , and non-computer science based students should take KSE computer science course over 2 courses.

Ph.D.’s Program
General CourseMajor Course (Elective)ResearchTotal
3 and 1AU303063
    Required Credits for Graduation: A total of 63 credits or more
    General Course Requirements: 3 credits and 1 AU
    Elective Courses: A minimum of 30 credits
    KSE Courses: A minimum of 18 credits are required

    Research: A minimum of 30 credits including Seminar; however, foreign students who have taken HS586 (Korean for Foreigners 1 ) are waived form the seminar requirement. Credits earned in the master’s program (except research credits) can be accumulatively counted