Completion and graduation

Completion

1) Criteria for completion: The grade completion credits for each grade are different depending on the graduation credits and If you earn completion credits for each grade, you can get a ‘completion certificate’ for that grade.
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Category grade completion credits
Students admitted before 2001
- All departments
1st grade 36
2nd grade 72
3nd grade 108
4th grade 140
students enrolled in 2002-2005 Department (faculty) requiring 130 credits as graduation credits
- All departments of College of Social Sciences
- All departments of College of business administration
- All departments of College of Natural Sciences and Health Life
- All departments of College of Engineering
1st grade 33
2nd grade 66
3rd grade 99
4th grade 130
Department requiring 135 credits as graduation credits
- Department of Physical Education
1st grade 34
2nd grade 68
3nd grade 102
4th grade 135
Department(faculty) requiring 140 credits as graduation credits
- All departments of College of Humanities
- College of Medicine Faculty of Nursing
1st grade 35
2nd grade 70
3nd grade 105
4th grade 140
Department(faculty) requiring 150 credits as graduation credits
- College of Medicine Department of Medicine
1st grade 38
2nd grade 76
3nd grade 114
4th grade 150
students enrolled after 2006 Department (faculty) requiring 130 credits as graduation credits
- All departments of College of Humanities
- All departments of College of Social Sciences
- All departments of College of business administration
- All departments of College of Natural Sciences and Health Life
- All departments of College of Engineering
- Faculty of International Studies
1st grade 33
2nd grade 66
3nd grade 99
4th grade 130
Department requiring 135 credits as graduation credits
- Department of Physical Education
1st grade 34
2nd grade 68
3nd grade 102
4th grade 135
Department(faculty) requiring 140 credits as graduation credits
- College of Medicine Faculty of Nursing
1st grade 35
2nd grade 70
3nd grade 105
4th grade 140
Department(faculty) requiring 150 credits as graduation credits
- College of Medicine Department of Medicine
1st grade 38
2nd grade 76
3nd grade 114
4th grade 150

Early graduation

The purpose of this program is to provide students with the advantage of shortening graduation time to achieve a faster and more favorable social advancement situation and to stimulate students' learning motivation and create a learning atmosphere.
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Qualification Application Procedure
Semesters completed/ GPA Credits earned
A student who has completed 6 or 7 semesters and is able to meet all graduation requirements in the semester. 4.00 or higher Same as regular graduation requirement credits Submit the "Early Graduation Application Form" to the School Affairs Team within 30 days at the early semester of the semester in which you want to graduate

※ Excluding transfer students

C. Undergraduate and graduate linkage course

Eligibility and Application
A) The application period for the undergraduate and graduate courses is the second semester of the third grade.
B) The qualification for applying for the undergraduate and graduate courses is as follows. However, transfer students can not apply.
① A student who earned at least the following credits until the 2nd semester of the 3rd grade.
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Graduation Credit Acquired Credit
Faculty (department) requiring 130 credits 112 credits
Faculty (department) requiring 135 credits 114 credits
Faculty (department) requiring 140 credits 119 credits
② A student with a GPA of 3.50 or higher
③ A student who has been recommended by the dean and the advisor
 

Graduation

1) Enrollment semester: 8 semesters or more, College of Medicine Department of Medicine 12 semesters or more
2) Acquired Credit
A) Students enrolled after 2009
① Total acquired credits
- College of Humanities, College of Social Sciences, College of Business Administration, College of Natural Sciences and Health Life, Faculty of International Studies, College of Engineering: 130 credits or more
- College of Natural Sciences and Health Life Department of Physical Education: 135 credits or more
- College of Medicine Department of Medicine: 150 credits or more (Credits to complete the department of medicine are 72 credits or more)
- College of Medicine Faculty of Nursing: 140 credits or more
② Major completion credits
 - Single major: College of Humanities, College of Social Sciences, College of Business Administration, Faculty of International Studies should complete major courses (including required courses) of the undergraduate faculty (department) (hereinafter referred to as "the first major") by more than 60 credits and College of Natural Sciences and Health Life, College of Engineering by more than 70 credits.
But, the faculty of nursing and department of medicine should complete by 81 credits and more than 150 credits, respectively. 
- Double major: College of Humanities, College of Social Sciences, College of Business Administration should complete the first major and double major courses by more than 33 credits, respectively and College of Natural Sciences and Health Life, College of Engineering by more than 39 credits.
But, majors of Social Welfare and Elderly Welfare should complete 54 credits, majors of law and public administration 35 credits, major of business administration more than 45 and those who have completed the teaching course must complete at least 50 credits in the first major course.
(But, if a student majoring in others other than business administration double majors in medical management and convention tourism management, he/she should double major in business administration at the same time) 
- Minor: If a double major student completed the first major course (including major required subjects) by more than 42 credits in the case of College of Humanities, College of Social Sciences, College of Business Administration and more than 50 credits in the case of College of Natural Sciences and Health Life, more than 51 credits in the case of College of Engineering and double major courses (based on completion major) by more than 21 credits in the case of College of Humanities, College of Social Sciences, College of Business Administration and more than 25 credits in the case of College of Natural Sciences and Health Life, it is recognized as a minor
But in the case of cooperative major, it is decided separately.

Minor Department College Criteria for Completion

Minor Department College Criteria for Completion
Department College Major Completion Credits Remarks
Major Minor Major Minor Total
College of Humanities
College of Social Science
College of Administration
Humanities, Social studies, Business Administration 42 21 63 In the case of a cooperative major, it is decided separately.
Natural Sciences 42 25 67
Engineering 42 27 68
College of Natural Sciences and Health Life Humanities, Social studies, Business Administration 50 21 71
Natural Sciences 50 25 75
Engineering 50 27 77
College of Engineering Humanities, Social studies, Business Administration 51 21 72
Natural Sciences 51 25 76
Engineering 51 27 78
Department of Japanese Studies,
Department of Chinese Studies,
Department of Russian Studies
Convergence of Northeast Asia Region 60 21 81
B) Students enrolled in 2008
① Total acquired credits 
- College of Humanities, College of Social Sciences, College of Business Administration, College of Natural Sciences and Health Life, Faculty of International Studies, College of Engineering: 130 credits or more
- College of Natural Sciences and Health Life Department of Physical Education: 135 credits or more
- College of Medicine Department of Medicine: 150 credits or more (Credits to complete the department of medicine are 72 credits or more)
- College of Medicine Faculty of Nursing: 140 credits or more
② Major completion credits
- Single major: Students should complete major courses of the undergraduate faculty (department) (hereinafter referred to as "the first major") by more than 60 credits. But, the department of physical education, department of nursing and department of medicine should complete 70 credits, 98 credits and more than 150 credits, respectively.
- Double major: Students should complete the first major and double major courses by more than 33 credits, respectively. But, Students should earn 54 credits, 54 credits, 35 credits, 35 credits, 40 credits and more than 40 credits in Social Welfare, Elderly welfare, Law, Public administration, Physical Education and Leisure Sports, respectively and those who have completed the teaching course must complete at least 42 credits in the first major course.
(But, if a student majoring in others other than business administration double majors in medical management and convention tourism management, he/she should double major in business administration at the same time) 
- Minor: If a double major student completed the first major course by more than 42 credits and double major courses by more than 21 credits (including major required subjects), it is recognized as a minor
C) Students enrolled in 2006-2007
① Total acquired credits 
- College of Humanities: 130 credits or more
- College of Social Sciences, College of Business Administration, College of Natural Sciences and Health Life, College of Engineering: 130 credits or more
- College of Natural Sciences and Health Life Department of Physical Education: 135 credits or more
- College of Medicine Department of Medicine: 150 credits or more (Credits to complete the department of medicine are 72 credits or more)
- College of Medicine Faculty of Nursing: 140 credits or more
② Major completion credits
- Single major: Students should complete major courses of the undergraduate faculty (department) (hereinafter referred to as "the first major") by more than 60 credits. But, the department of physical education, department of nursing and department of medicine should complete 70 credits, 98 credits and more than 150 credits, respectively.
- Double major: Students should complete the first major and double major courses by more than 33 credits, respectively.  But, students should earn 42 credits, 35 credits, 35 credits, 40 credits and more than 40 credits in Social Welfare, Law, Public administration, Physical Education and Leisure Sports, respectively and those who have completed the teaching course must complete at least 42 credits in the first major course.
(But, if a student majoring in others other than business administration double majors in medical management, he/she should double major in business administration at the same time) 
- Minor: If a double major student completed the first major course by more than 42 credits and double major courses by more than 21 credits (including major required subjects), it is recognized as a minor
D) Students enrolled in 2002-2005
① Total acquired credits 
- College of Humanities: 140 credits or more
- College of Social Sciences, College of Business Administration, College of Natural Sciences and Health Life, College of Engineering: 130 credits or more
- College of Natural Sciences and Health Life Department of Physical Education: 135 credits or more
- College of Medicine Department of Medicine: 140 credits or more (Credits to complete the department of medicine are 72 credits or more)
- College of Medicine Faculty of Nursing: 140 credits or more
② Major completion credits
- Single major: Students should complete major courses of the undergraduate faculty (department) (hereinafter referred to as "the first major") by more than 60 credits. But, the department of physical education, department of nursing and department of medicine should complete 70 credits, 98 credits and more than 150 credits, respectively.
- Double major: Students should complete the first major and double major courses by more than 33 credits, respectively.  But, students should earn 42 credits, 35 credits, and more than 40 credits in Social Welfare, Law, and Physical Education, respectively and those who have completed the teaching course must complete at least 42 credits in the first major course.
- Minor: If a double major student completed the first major course by more than 42 credits and double major courses by more than 21 credits (including major required subjects), it is recognized as a minor
E) Students enrolled before 2001
① Total acquired credits 140 credits or more (Credits to complete the department of medicine are 72 credits or more)
② Major completion credits
- Single major: Students should complete major courses of the undergraduate faculty (department) (hereinafter referred to as "the first major") by more than 60 credits. 
- Double major: Students should complete the first major and double major courses by more than 33 credits, respectively.  But, those who have completed the teaching course must complete at least 42 credits in the first major course.
- Minor: If a double major student completed the first major course by more than 42 credits and double major courses by more than 21 credits (including major required subjects), it is recognized as a minor
3) Total grade point average: 2.00 or higher
4) Graduation Thesis (or Comprehensive Graduation Examination): Pass
5) Students who are admitted through foreigner selection must obtain a Korean Proficiency Test (TOPIK) of level 4 or higher before graduation.
However, students who enter the school with an English grade and the course is conducted in English are excluded. (Applied to new students enrolled in 2011)
6) Official English Test Standard Score or higher (Applied to new students enrolled 2013)
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Category TOEIC TOEFL TEPS TEPS-S TOEIC-S OPIc
Humanities / Social Science / Business Administration / College of Medicine (Nursing) 650 74~75 520~523 46 110 IMI
College of Natural Sciences and Health Life/ College of Engineering 600 68~69 482~485 42 110 IMI
Department of Physical Education 500 56~57 416~419 31~32 90 IMI
Faculty of International Studies 850 80 730 - - -
College of Medicine (Department of Medicine) 700 80 560 - - -
7) Completion of English major lecture (including major or major) (Applied to new students enrolled 2013)
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Category Number of courses completed
College of Humanities (Philosophy, History) 1
College of Social Sciences/ College of Business Administration 2
Natural sciences / College of Engineering 2
College of Medicine (Department of medicine, nursing) 1

Graduation thesis

1) The graduation thesis of a graduate-to-be should be submitted in the graduation semester.
2) A graduation thesis may be replaced by comprehensive graduation examination, experiment practice report, graduation work or acquisition of a national certificate.
3) The head of the department (faculty) should select the thesis advisor for the graduate-to-be within one month of the graduation semester for guidance.
4) The details of the preparation of the graduation thesis should be determined by the internal rules of each faculty.
5) Graduation thesis judges should be appointed by the department (faculty) among the full-time faculty members of the faculty.
6) Evaluation of graduation thesis examination should be pass or fail.
7) The head of the department (faculty) should report the results of the graduation thesis examination to the president via the dean within one month from the deadline for thesis submission.
8) The faculty conducting the comprehensive graduation examination should configure the examination committee with full-time undergraduate faculty members to manage setting of exam questions, grading and evaluation.
9) A bachelor's degree is not granted to a student who failed in the graduation thesis examination and a certificate may be issued. However, after completion, he/she may pay a graduation thesis examination fee and submit his/her graduation thesis to get a bachelor's degree.
10) Failed students in the comprehensive graduation examination should be treated the same as those who failed in the graduation thesis.
11) Those who do not pass will not have to sign up for courses in the semester after the completion and should pay graduation examination fee and receive examination.

Graduate examination of medical school

1) Candidates for the graduation exam should be students who have completed the 4th grade and 2th semester enrollment of department of medicine who can graduate within the school year.
2) The graduation exam should be carried out in the second semester of the fourth year of department of medicine.
3) The graduation exam subjects include internal medicine, surgery, obstetrics and pediatrics, Pediatric Science, Mental Health Medicine, Neuroscience, dermatology, urology, ophthalmology, otolaryngology, diagnosis medicine, diagnostics, emergency medicine, social medicine
4) The management and evaluation of the graduation examination should be conducted by the professor meeting of the medical college, and the result should be reported to the president via the dean.
5) Students who fail should take leave in the first semester of the fourth year of the following year and should be enrolled in the second semester of the fourth grade and take only the graduation exam.
6) For tuition for the 2nd semester of the 4th grade, pay the amount equivalent to one-quarter of the tuition fee.

Graduation postponement

1) Graduation may be postponed within four semesters (general graduation postponement 2 times, employment graduation postponement 2 times) for students who want to postpone graduation in order to complete the additionally necessary courses even if they are eligible for graduation.
2) A student who wants to postpone graduation must submit a "Graduation Postponement" to the School Affairs Team before graduation assessment.
(An employment graduation postponement should be submitted to the employment support center.)