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|Course No.||Course Name||
|Year 1||Year 2||Year 3||Year 4|
|Thinking and Writing||GETE 011||Thinking and Writing I||4(4)||○||Thinking and Writing II is required for students in the College of Liberal Arts|
|GETE 012||Thinking and Writing II||○|
|Academic English||IFLS 003||Academic English I||2(4)||○|
|IFLS 004||Academic English Ⅱ||○|
|Freshman Seminar||GEKS 001||Freshman Seminar||1(1)||○|
|GEKS 002||Freshman Seminar||1(1)||○|
|Literature & Art|
|Ethics & Ideas|
|Science & Technology|
Major and Literature
1. Core General Education: Required to complete at least 3 courses from 3 different sections of Core General section.
2. Major-Related General Education
2-1. Major-Related General Education(Foreign Langauges other than English):Required to select one language among German, French, Chinese, Russian, Japanese, Spanish and complete 6 credits. (Basic, Advanced or I, II in the same language chosen)
2-3. Major-Related Language: Beginning Spanish I (FOR MAJORS), Beginning Spanish II (FOR MAJORS) 6 credits
2-4. Major-Related General Education: IFLS267 Spanish Conversation (1Credit), IFLS268 Spanish Composition (1Credit), IFLS269 Spanish Grammar I (1Credit), IFLS270 Spanish Grammar II (1Credit), IFLS293 Reading in Spanish (1Credit), 3 courses out of 5 of the above is required
* Exception for Major-Related Language Courses
All students who started college after 2004 must take the Major-Related Language Course (Beginnig Spanish I, II) in order to graduate. However because of problems due to students with beginner level and those who studied in a Spanish-speaking country taking courses together, the following exceptions will be applied.
- Students who have lived in Spanish-speaking country for more than 6 months with the purpose of language training, including exchange student program, are except of taking the course Beginning Spanish I / II (FOR MAJORS). Instead, they are required to take one(or two) extra course(s) from the major electives starting from course number SPAN300 or SPAN400, taught in Spanish. These credits are not part of the 42 major elective credits required for graduation.
- For students who are in the advanced major program, the 6 credits replacing Beginning Spanish I / II will count as part of the 66 major elective courses necessary for graduation.
* Exception for Major-Related General Education
- Students who started college after 2014 must take 3 courses out of the 5 Major-Related General Education: IFLS267 Spanish Conversation (1Credit), IFLS268 Spanish Composition (1Credit), IFLS269 Spanish Grammar I (1Credit), IFLS270 Spanish Grammar II (1Credit), IFLS293 Reading in Spanish (1Credit), However if a student have proof (paperwork) of having studied at a Spanish-speaking country for more than 6 months before entering the University, or have proof of DELE level B1 or above, he or she is exempted from the above courses.
* Completion of Major Credits and Graduation Requirements
Completion of Major Credits and Graduation Requirements Type Required Elective Total Oficial test Grade for Foreign Language Ability (No limitation on validation date) Chinese Characters Graduation Thesis Major (basic) 0 42 42 pass for DELE B1, FLEX 500 grade or above, or EPLE 500 grade above 제출 X Advance Major 0 24 24 General Transfer 0 42 42 Double Major 0 42 42 Plural Major 0 42 42 Minor 0 21 21 No requirement for graduation
Students who started college before 2007 in Double Major and Plural Majors are exempted from Official Test Grade for Foreign Language Ability
Curriculum for B.A. transfer students
Curriculum for B.A. transfer students
Curriculum for B.A. transfer students Major Major Required Major Elective General Education Graduation Requirement
Spanish Langauge and Literature 0 42 18
(more than 9 credits from Major-Related General Education including Beginning
Spanish I, II FOR MAJORS)
▶ Graduation Requirements
- Acquirement of Official English Proficiency Test Score(Foreign Language)
- Completion of 3 courses lectured in English(original, Foreign Language)
- Certification of the comprehension of Chinese Characters