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    The department of Industrial & Systems Engineering has an undergraduate program and two graduate programs: Industrial & Systems Engineering (ISysE) and Knowledge Service Engineering (KSE). As of 2016, the Graduate School of Knowledge Service Engineering has joined the Department of Industrial & Systems Engineering as a specialized graduate program to realize its strong vision for innovating knowledge service industries. More information about ISysE program can be found in http://ie.kaist.ac.kr/

KSE 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.

KSE 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

Main regulations related to PhD
KSE Qualifying Exam Evaluation Guideline
Regulations for Ph.D Annual report and Open Presentation