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2017 Spring

[Master Program] English

GSIS Korea University Graduate School of International Studies

2017 Spring Semester New Students Orientation February 27, 2017

Korea University Graduate School of International Studies 145 Anam-ro, Seongbuk-gu, Seoul, Korea 02841

Tel: (02) 3290-1391~2 Fax: (02) 929-0402 [email protected]

http://gsis.korea.ac.kr

Contents I.

Introduction

II.

Becoming a KU Student

III.

Studying at KUGSIS

IV.

GSIS Faculty, Staff, Student Council

V.

Course List

VI.

Certificate Program - Area Studies & Human Rights

VII.

School Regulations for Graduate School

I. Introduction

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I. Introduction About Korea University Korea University is one of the leading universities in Korea with an acknowledged reputation for excellence in research and teaching and for links with business and industry. Korea University has passed its 111th anniversary in 2016. Since its foundation in 1905, Korea University has aimed to offer the highest quality of education in the broad range of the humanities, social sciences, national sciences, engineering, and medical sciences.

Korea University is proud of its outstanding academic schools, departments, and research institutions. The academic breadth of the university is extensive. Korea University has outstanding reputation in research institutes and has striven to infuse a new spectrum of educational programs that emphasize multiple majors, interdisciplinary studies and strategic partnership with private and public R&D centers.

Korea University is an international and cosmopolitan body, which is committed to taking an active part in global discourses and seeking plausible solutions for global issues. Korea University is the only-member university in Korea joining Universitas 21. The university has established an extensive network of international cooperation with a number of top-ranking universities around the globe, which has nurtured excellent academic achievements as well as student learning.

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I. Introduction About Graduate School of International Studies Established in 1991, the Graduate School of International Studies (GSIS) at Korea University is a leading academic institution in educating and nurturing young experts specialized in international affairs. GSIS has contributed to producing specialists in International Commerce, International Development & Cooperation, International Peace & Security, Area Studies, and Korean Studies. In 1996, Korea University GSIS was one of the top five graduate schools of international studies in Korea and were awarded a five-year national grant program initiated by the Ministry of Education. Since 2000, GSIS has been committed to conducting a cutting-edge research and teaching various international affairs and has attracted the highest quality of students and faculty members.

The primary goal of GSIS is to educate and train specialists in international affairs equipped with a comprehensive understanding of important theoretical tools and current economic, political, social, developmental, and environmental issues. GSIS welcomes candidates of high caliber from all parts of the world.

Ⅱ. Becoming a KU student

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*Schedule is subject to change. (GSIS Homepage-Calendar / Notice)

2017 Academic Calendar Month 2017. 1

2

3

4

5

6

7

8

Date

Day

Event

5~6

목~금

완제본 논문 접수(Deadline for Completed Thesis)

10~12

화~목

2017학년도 전기 신입생 등록(Enrollment for 2017 Spring Semester Freshman)

1~27

수~월

20~3/3

월~금

1학기 휴/복학, 신청(Application for Leave of/Return from Absence) 논문지도세미나 신청, 지도교수신청, 전공지원서 신청(Submission of Thesis Advisor Form)

22~28

수~화

25



2016학년도 전기 학위수여식(Graduation Ceremony)

27



신입생 오리엔테이션(New Student Orientation)

27~3/1

월~수

2



8~10

수~금

1학기 수강신청 정정 및 확인(Course Add-Drop Period)

13~16

월~목

전기 종합시험 응시원서 접수(Application for General Examination)

3~5/4

월~목

2017학년도 후기 입학원서 접수

7



20~26

목~수

26



27~5/1

목~월

4



2017학년도 후기 입학원서 접수 마감

5



개교기념일(KU Anniversary)

12



2017학년도 후기 입학원서 제출서류 마감

25



석사연구계획서 발표일(Thesis Proposal Defense)(Subject to change)

26



석사학위논문 발표일(Thesis Defense)

27



2017학년도 후기 입학 면접전형 시행

9



학위청구논문 심사 결과보고서 접수마감

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2017학년도 후기 신입생 합격자 발표

15~21

목~수

22



6~7

목~금

완제본 논문 접수(Deadline for Completed Thesis)

1~25

화~금

21~9/1

월~금

2학기 휴/복학 신청(Application for Leave of/Return from Absence) 논문지도세미나 신청, 지도교수신청, 전공지원서 신청(Submission of Thesis Advisor Form)

24~30

목~수

2학기 등록(Enrollment for Fall Semester 2017)

24~29

목~화

2학기 수강신청(Fall 2017 Course Registration Period)

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2016학년도 후기 학위수여식(Graduation Ceremony)

1학기 등록(Enrollment for Spring semester 2017)

1학기 수강신청(Course Registration for Spring 2017) 1학기 개강(Spring Semester Begins)

전기 종합시험 시행(General Examination) 제1학기 중간고사(Midterm Examination Period) 전기 종합시험 합격자 발표(Announcement of General Examination) 학위청구논문 심사신청 접수(Application for Thesis Submission)

제1학기 기말고사(Final Examination Period) 여름방학 시작(Summer Break Begins)

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*Schedule is subject to change. (GSIS Homepage-Calendar / Notice)

2017 Academic Calendar Month

Date

Day

8

28



신입생 오리엔테이션(New Student Orientation)

1



2학기 개강(Fall Semester Begins)

6~8

수~금

2학기 수강신청 정정 및 확인(Course Add-Drop Period)

11~14

월~목

후기 종합시험 응시원서 접수(Application for General Examination)

2~11/3

월~금

2018학년도 전기 입학원서 접수

13



20~26

금~목

26



27~31

금~화

3



2018학년도 전기 입학원서 접수 마감

10



2018학년도 전기 입학원서 제출서류 마감

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석사연구계획서 발표일(Thesis Proposal Defense)(Subject to change)

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석사학위논문 발표일(Thesis Presentation)

25



2018학년도 전기 입학 면접전형 시행

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학위청구논문 심사 결과보고서 접수마감

8



2018학년도 전기 신입생 합격자 발표

15~21

금~목

22



2018. 1

4~5

목~금

완제본 논문 접수(Deadline for Completed Thesis)

2

1~26

목~월

1학기 휴/복학 신청(Application for Leave of/Return from Absence)

9

10

11

12

Event

후기 종합시험 시행(General Examination) 제2학기 중간고사(Midterm Examination Period) 후기 종합시험 합격자 발표(Announcement of General Examination) 학위청구논문 심사 신청 접수(Application for Thesis Submission)

제2학기 기말고사(Final Examination Period) 겨울방학 시작(Winter Break Begins)

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Ⅱ. Becoming a KU Student For International Students ★ KUPID (http://portal.korea.ac.kr) 1. Main activities : Korea University Portal to Information Depository. 1) Mail 2) Class information & Course registration 3) Grade inquiries (Transcript of courses completed & course evaluation) 4) Tuition and scholarship status 5) Apply for leave or return from absence 5) Internet certificate verification request - Certificate of enrollment, transcript, scholarship, graduation etc.

2. Make ID and Password from March 2, 2017 1) Visit http://portal.korea.ac.kr and click English for your convenience. 2) Student Number will be given to you at an orientation. 3) Password : Social No. yymmdd (your birthday) – 0000000(seven digits) - For students who already have a Alien Registration Number, please input the number written on your Alien Registration Card. 4) If you want to use e-mail address (your ID @korea.ac.kr), click Yes. Unless, click No. 5) Input “E-mail address” that you use most frequently. 6) Click “Enter”

★ Blackboard (https://kulms.korea.ac.kr) 1. Active 1~2 days after KUPID registration, can login with KUPID ID/PW. 2. Class activities by each course which you take 3. Inquiries : [email protected], 02-3290-1585 ~ 6

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Ⅱ. Becoming a KU Student For International Students ★ Enrollment 1. Students must enroll within the designated enrollment period. 2. Students should pay the tuition fee and register classes on the registration period. 3. Payment Option : Tuition payment installment (GSIS homepage-Notice) a. KUPID-Tuition Payment/Scholarship-Payment in Installments Application-Apply b. Apply on designated period

★ Leave of /Return from absence 1. Period : a. Spring Semester: Feb 1 ~ Feb 25 b. Fall Semester: Aug 1 ~ Aug 25 - Observe the designated application period. Student cannot leave of/return from on the middle of semester. *Int’l students who have D-2 visa should maintain their status of enrollment to be considered for int’l scholarship. 2. CAN take off a maximum of 2 consecutive semesters at a time and CANNOT exceed 3 semesters off. 3. When the period of ‘Leave of Absence’ expires; 1) Apply for ‘Return from Absence’ on KUPID website during the application period. 2) MUST pay the tuition fees during the designated enrollment period 4. How to apply : KUPID-Registration-Application for Leave of Absence/Return

**Regarding Visa, ask the Seoul immigration office in person.

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Ⅱ. Becoming a KU Student For International Students ★ Student ID card Students need a Korea University Student ID Card to borrow books from the KU library and to access school facilities. (There is NO TEMPORARY student ID card before making a student ID card on the designated period.) 1. Create an Alien Registration Card - Contact Seoul immigration office directly *You must apply for a Residence Permit at

1. Alien Registration Card

the Seoul Immigration Office within 90 days of arrival in Korea. 2. Visit GSIS office (#223) 1) Application Period : March 6 (Mon)~ 2) Bring your ARC

2. Visit GSIS Office

3) Office updates your ARC number 3. Visit One-Stop Service Center 1) Submit documents:

a. Application form with your photo b. A copy of ARC c. An extra photo

3. One-Stop Service Center

2) Place: B1F, Central plaza (중앙광장)

* Re-issuing Student ID Card a) Fee: \5,000 (re-issue due to malfunction of the card is free of charge) b) Submit a re-issue application at the One-Stop Service Center located at B1 in the Central Plaza. It will be issued within an hour. c) Students may convert the type of ID card once with a fee of \5,000.

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Ⅱ. Becoming a KU Student For International Students ★ One-Stop Service Center (02-3290-1144~5) Location: B1F, Central Plaza 1. Main activities 1) Making Student ID Card

2) Issuance of official transcripts 3) Issuance of official certificates of enrollment, graduation and other official documents 4) Seal of official certificates (only issuable certificates)

2. Options to issue certificates; 1) Visit One-Stop Service Center located in B1F, Central Plaza (중앙광장) 2) Vending Machine located on the first floor of Int’l Hall (국제관)

- Available with portal ID 3) Online Order - http://portal.korea.ac.kr → Information Depot → Internet Certificate Verification System → Certificate Request → pay by credit card

*If you have any difficulty in ordering by online(KUPID), please ask a help to the student assistant at GSIS Computer Lab (Room #427, 3290-2514).

**If you have any difficulty in issuing certificates when you are qualified for issue, please visit to the GSIS office for further assistance.

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Ⅱ. Becoming a KU Student For International Students ★ GSIS Library (#121) 1. Book rental 2. Time (Subject to change) a. Semester: 9:00am ~ 5:30pm on weekdays Vacation: 9:00am ~ 4:30pm on weekdays

★ GSIS Facility Utilization Registration 1. How to apply

1) Apply through KUPID in KOREAN: 정보생활-공간관리 및 예약신청 Directly access to http://cafm.korea.ac.kr/archibus/connect.jsp 2) Require to register facility utilization in order to use following facilities 3) Detail info. is attached to next page. 2. GSIS Computer Lab (#427, 02-3290-2514) a. Room 427, Int’l Hall b. Time: Semester 9:00am ~ 5:30pm on weekdays Vacation 9:00am ~ 4:30pm on weekdays

c. Only DIS/GSIS students are permitted. 3. Cheongdam Study room (#323) - Require to register facility utilization first according to above

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Ⅱ. Becoming a KU Student For International Students ★ GSIS Facility utilization registration 4. How to apply (Detail)

*If you could not access after application, please visit to GSIS office.

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Ⅱ. Becoming a KU Student For International Students ★ Student Health Cover 1. KU Student Health Cover (SHC) on campus 1) If you pay an optional fee per semester along with your tuition fee, you can get a and/or b. a. KU Student Health Service on campus for free in case of minor illness. b. Refund 80% of your medical examination fee

*Please keep in mind that it is highly recommended that you purchase your own private insurance additionally.

**If you are sick; a. Health & Welfare Service Department(대학보건소) located in the B1F, Central Plaza(중앙광장) with your student ID card. b. They will issue a certificate to you, SHC card proving that you are a Korea University international student. c. For more information, please ask to Health & Welfare Service Department 대학보건소 : 02-3290-1571

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Main facilities ★ Central Library (http://library.korea.ac.kr/) - Book Rental - Study Room

★ Study Room - Central plaza study room, B1 Central Plaza - Centennial Memorial Samsung Hall : Study room, Computer room - Cheongdam Study room, International Hall

★ Gender Equality Center - Dongwon Global Leadership Hall

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★ KUGSIS homepage URL: http://gsis.korea.ac.kr PLEASE VISIT TO GSIS HOMEPAGE FREQUENTLY.  Office DOES NOT send general schedule or information to students individually via email or SMS except in the particular cases. - You may find following information. Academic Calendar Notice

All academic information or schedule are uploaded regularly.

News

Events or special lectures held in KUGSIS

Events

Conference, thesis contest and events held off the KUGSIS

Recruit

Internship & job opportunities

Faculty

Professors’ profile and contacts

Study-Courses

Course information conducted by every semester

Study-Forms

Forms

Other information related to KUGSIS Like our Facebook page! : https://www.facebook.com/koreagsis/

Ⅲ. Studying at KUGSIS For Master Students

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Ⅲ. Studying at KUGSIS For International Students ★ Course Registration 1. Sugang System : http://sugang.korea.ac.kr/graduate/ a. Spring Course Registration Period: February 27 – March 1, 2017 b. Spring Course Add/Drop Period: March 8 – 10, 2017

* CANNOT change or drop courses after course add/drop period 2. Maximum credits per semester are 15 credits 3. Class cancellation : If fewer than three students register for a course 4. No system of re-taking courses in Graduate School

★ Grades 1. Course evaluation : KUPID (http://portal.korea.ac.kr) - Registration&Graduation-Grade Inquires-Course evaluation *Checking grade is possible 24hours after completing course evaluation. 2. Checking grade : http://sugang.korea.ac.kr/grade 3. After grade confirmation, transcript is possible to be checked in a few weeks on KUPID. - Registration&Graduation-Grade Inquires-Transcript of courses completed Score 100-95 94-90 89-85 84-80 79-75 74-70 69-0

Grade A+ A B+ B C+ C F

Grade Point Average 4.5 4.0 3.5 3.0 2.5 2.0 0

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Ⅲ. Studying at KUGSIS For International Students ★ Academic Requirements - Credit - General Examination - Thesis 1. Credits MA in International Studies (39 credits) – IDC, IPS, IIC ★ 6 credits in Core Compulsory courses - Research Methods -“Thesis Research I” (3rd semester) ★ 9 credits in Core Elective courses (Choose Any Three Courses from below) - International Business - International Economics - World Politics - Introduction to International Development and Cooperation ★ 15 credits in your track ★ 6 credits in Area studies ★ 3 credits in any major at GSIS(including IKSxxx)

MA in International Studies (39 credits) –Area track ★ 6 credits in Core Compulsory courses - Research Methods - “Thesis Research I” (3rd semester) ★ 9 credits in Core Elective courses (Choose Any Three Courses from below) - International Business - International Economics - World Politics - Introduction to International Development and Cooperation ★ 15 credits in your track ★ 6 credits in other track(IIC/IDC/IPS) ★ 3 credits in any major at GSIS (including IKSxxx) *Subtitle of Master degree (Area Studies) would depend on theme of thesis - North American, European, East Asian region

MA in Korean Studies (39 credits) ★ 21 credits in Core Compulsory courses - Modern History of Korea - Contemporary Korea Society - Korean Language I, II, & III - Research Methods - “Thesis Research I” (3rd semester) ★ 9 credits in Korean Studies Major ★ 9 credits in any major at GSIS (including IIC/IDC/IPS/IASxxx)

*Some course can fall under more than one major track. If so, those courses’ credits can be accepted as major electives for all the associated tracks. You can find the course detail information on Ⅴ. Course list.

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Ⅲ. Studying at KUGSIS For International Students ★ Academic Requirements - Credits for International Studies Dept.

Section Core Courses

Core Elective Courses

Title 연구방법론 *논문지도세미나 I

Credit Research Method (IRC010)

3

Thesis Research I (3rd semester) (IRC011)

3

Subtotal

6

국제경영

International Business (IRC020)

3

국제경제

International Economics (IRC030)

3

국제정치

World Politics (IRC040) Introduction to International Development and 국제개발협력입문 Cooperation (IRC070) Subtotal (Choose any 3 courses from above)

3 3 9

International Commerce (IICxxx) Major Courses Int’l Studies

In the 3rd semester, select your Track and take 5 courses in your track.

International Peace & Security (IPSxxx) International Development & Cooperation (IDCxxx)

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Area Studies (IASxxx) Area Studies

General Elective

Total

Area studies : IAS xxx *As for Area Track students, choose from other tracks (IIC/IPS/IDC).

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3 credits in any major at GSIS including below: - KUGSIS Korean Studies Courses (IKSXXX, IRC050/060/051-053) - KUGSIS Doctor courses (IACXXX) - Internship courses 3 - 6 credits from other domestic GSIS or KU General Graduate School (*the course should be conducted in English.) (*Detail info. Is on back pages.) 39

*Some course can fall under more than one major track. If so, those courses’ credits can be accepted as major electives for all the associated tracks. You can find the course detail information on Ⅴ. Course list.

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Ⅲ. Studying at KUGSIS For International Students ★ Academic Requirements - Credits for Korean Studies Dept.

Section

Core Courses

Korean Studies Major Elective

General Elective

Total

과목

Title

Credit

한국근대사

Modern History of Korea IRC050

3

현대한국입문

Contemporary Korean Society IRC060

3

Korean Language Ⅰ,Ⅱ,Ⅲ"(each 3 credits) IRC053/2/1 한국어초중고급 :*The detail waiver condition is referred to next page Research Method IRC010 연구방법론 *논문지도세미나I Thesis Research(3rd semester) IRC011 Subtotal

9 3 3 21

Take 3 courses in Korean Major courses. (IKSxxx) 9 9 credits in any major at GSIS including below: - KUGSIS Int’l Studies Courses (IIC/IPS/IDC/IAS) - internship courses - 6 credits from other domestic GSIS or KU General Graduate School 9 (*the course should be conducted in English.) (*Detail info. Is on back pages.) 39

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Ⅲ. Studying at KUGSIS For International Students ★ Academic Requirements - Detailed Credit Recognition 1) KUGSIS Doctoral courses (IACXXX) ① Major-related courses are recognized as Major Credits. The others are recognized as General Electives Credits ② Who : Must be completed in your 3rd semester or later and accumulative average GPA of at least 4.0 or higher. ③ Procedure (During period of course registration) a. Download the “Application for Advanced Seminar Registration” (KUGSIS homepage-Forms) b. Contact the professor, get approval and signature to be allowed to take the course in person. c. Submit the form to GSIS office during the period of course registration d. Necessary to register the course on the ‘Sugang’ system 2) Other General Electives Credit Recognition ① Internship courses ② 6 credits from other domestic GSIS or KU General Graduate School -The course should be conducted in English. *Details of ① & ② are explained in detail on the back page.

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Ⅲ. Studying at KUGSIS For International Students ★ Academic Requirements - Detailed Credit Recognition (Only for Korean Studies)

- The waiver conditions of Korean LanguageⅠ,Ⅱ,Ⅲ 1) Lower level Korean Language courses can be waived if students achieve A or higher grade on upper level courses. *Level : (Lower) Korean languageⅠ-Ⅱ-Ⅲ-Readings-Advanced readings (Upper)

Ex) a. If you get A in Korean language III → Korean language I, II can be waived. b. If you get A in Readings or Advanced readings in Korean → Korean language I, II, III can be waived. 2) If waived, students should take additional IKSxxx courses to substitute core credits. 3) To gain an approval of other track courses instead of IKS to substitute credits, the course MUST be related to Korean Studies. a. Bring syllabus, application form → get an approval from a head Prof. of Korean studies department → submit the form with signature to GSIS office *Application period : Until course add/drop period. **CANNOT be approved after course add/drop period. b. Maximum 9 credits can be substituted as core courses’ credits.

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Ⅲ. Studying at KUGSIS For International Students ★ Academic Requirements 2. General Examination *In order to request for thesis evaluation, students MUST pass or be exempt from the General examination. Students who want to be exempt from the general

examination,

should 1)meet all following requirements and then 2)meet exemption conditions.

1) Requirements for the General Examination a. Must be completed in your 3rd semester or later b. At least 33 credits completed by end of 3rd semester c. Accumulative average GPA of at least 3.0 or higher. d. Completed core elective courses (9 credits)

2) Exemption conditions from the General Examination a. Meet all the requirement for the general examination above b. Accumulative average GPA of 3.75 or higher after completion of your 3rd Semester.

*If you do not meet any of requirements above, in spite of earning over accumulative average GPA 3.75 by 3rd semester, you are not be eligible for the General Examination and thesis submission until you meet all requirements above. You will automatically be extending an extra semester.

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Ⅲ. Studying at KUGSIS For International Students ★ Academic Requirements 2. General Examination *If you are not exempt from the examination 3) General Examination for International Studies (No limitation of application) Select 1 core elective courses

Select your major track

World Politics

International Commerce

International Business

International Development and Cooperation

International Economics

International Peace and Security

Introduction to International Development and Cooperation

Regional Studies: East Asia and Europe

4) General Examination for Korean Studies Select 2 Major courses Korean Economy and Business Korean Law and Politics Korean Society and Culture

*If you earn accumulative average GPA 3.75 or higher after failing general examination, you CAN be eligible to be exempt from next general examination.

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Ⅲ. Studying at KUGSIS For International Students ★ Academic Requirements 3. Korean Language Examination for Korean Studies 1) Requirements for the Korean Language Examination - Must be in their 2nd or above semester.

2) Exemption conditions from Korean Language Examination a. Students who have taken one of three courses with grade A or higher; - Korean Language III (IRC051) - Readings in Korean (IKS421) - Advanced Readings in Korean (IKS420) b. Korean students who major in Korean Studies.

If you are not exempt from the examination; 3) Korean Language examination : multiple choice and essay

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Ⅲ. Studying at KUGSIS For International Students ★ Academic Requirements 4. Thesis 1) Qualification for Thesis a. Expected to complete the total 39 credits on the 4th(final) semester b. Passed or waived the general examination - If waived, conditions of exemption should be fulfilled.

2) Procedure a. In 3rd semester ① Submit a form ”Registration Confirmation of Thesis Research” - Form : GSIS homepage-Forms & Notice - Submission period will be noticed at GSIS homepage-Notice * Estimated schedule : During a week before the beginning of semester * Choose a major track & thesis advisor. Signature from thesis advisor is required for this submission to be approved. - Register the course ‘Thesis Research 1’ by Sugang system after submission ② Thesis Research Proposal Defense(*Consult with thesis advisor) - Application Period is informed on the GSIS homepage (Forms can be found on Forms tab of GSIS homepage - Schedule : Day before or after thesis defense day (subject to change)

**Detail schedule will be noticed at GSIS homepage-Notice

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Ⅲ. Studying at KUGSIS For International Students ★ Academic Requirements 4. Thesis 3) In 4th semester (or expected final semester) a. Submit forms “Thesis evaluation application” to the GSIS office (GSIS homepage-Forms and Notice) - Application period : the end week of April or October (subject to change) b. Thesis defense on May or November (subject to change) c. Completed Thesis submission on July or January (subject to change) - Submission to the library and GSIS office within given period

*Subtitle of Master degree (Area Studies) would depend on theme of thesis - North American, European, East Asian region ex) Master of Arts in International Studies (East Asian Region)

**Detail schedule will be noticed at GSIS homepage-Notice

***Candidates of Master’s degree must submit and get approval on their dissertation within 6 years (from the year of admission)

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Ⅲ. Studying at KUGSIS For International Students ★ Scholarship (From 2016 admitted students)

4.5

GPA

Top 25%

Int’l Scholarship A (100% tuition waive)

Mid 26% - 75%

Int’l Scholarship B (50% tuition waive)

Bottom 25%

None

0.0 1) Decided based on the previous semester’s GPA ranking 2) On the conditions that; a. Cannot take a semester off. If so, you cannot receive your scholarship on the returning semester. b. Earn at least 9 credits and minimum GPA: 3.75 out of 4.5

*The information of scholarship program sponsored by other institutions is informed on the GSIS homepage.

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Ⅲ. Studying at KUGSIS For International Students ★ Domestic Exchange program 1) 3 credits per 1 semester (Maximum 6 credits) can be approved as general elective credits a. 8 GSIS of other Universities Seoul National University Yonsei University Ewha Womans University Hanyang University(Area Studies) Kyung Hee University(Suwon Campus) Sogang University Chung-ang University Hankuk University of Foreign Studies b. KU General Graduate School : Class has to be conducted in English.

2) Procedure (During period of course registration) - It is allowed with permission from the Prof. at the exchange school a. Download the “Domestic Exchange Program Application” form from KUGSIS homepage-Forms b. It is the students responsibility to contact the professor and get approval and signature to be allowed to take the course. c. Submit the form to GSIS office during the period of course registration

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Ⅲ. Studying at KUGSIS For International Students ★ Study Abroad Exchange/Dual program 1) Application schedule will be noticed on GSIS homepage - Exchange/Dual program schedule (subject to change) a. Application: late February – early March b. Selection: mid March – late March c. Application submission to host Univ.: mid April d. Entering host university: every Fall semester Exchange Program

Dual Program

American University

American University

Exchange Program only Diplomatic Academy of Vienna National University of Singapore Waseda University

Nagoya University * Any scholarship fellows who are funded by other organization such as POSCO, KOGAS, NIIED, KOICA etc. to study here at Korea CANNOT apply for an exchange/ dual degree programs.

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Ⅲ. Studying at KUGSIS For International Students ★ Exchange / Dual program 2) Application documents (Subject to change) a. To KU : SOP, Transcript, English proficiency test score (TOEIC/TOEFL/IELTS) b. To host Univ. : Different by each university Exchange Program

Dual Program

American University

American University

Exchange Program only

• Required Documents(Example) - Essay, Resume - Visa documents - Copy of Passport

Diplomatic Academy of Vienna National University of Singapore

Waseda University Nagoya University • Required Documents(Example) - Resume, Letter of motivation - Recommendation letter *Documents above listed are examples. After selection, each university informs each students of required documents. *After completing an exchange/dual program and getting back to KUGSIS, students will

NOT be eligible for the int’l scholarship in coming semester because grade earned in their exchange institution cannot be compared with those of KUGSIS. (In case of dual degree program, from their 2nd semester at the host Univ. to their returning semester to KUGSIS)

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Ⅲ. Studying at KUGSIS For International Students ★ Exchange / Dual program 3) Credit Transfer : After completing the program, a. Documents to submit : Application, Original transcript, syllabus b. With the above supporting documents, get an approval from KUGSIS Associate Dean by individual c. Submit the application form with Associate Dean’s signature and the transcript to GSIS office *It will take 7 days or more to be reflected to KU info system.

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Ⅲ. Studying at KUGSIS For International Students ★ Internship (General Elective Credit) - Credit approval procedure 1) Before starting internship, a. Download a form(GSIS website-Forms) and fill it out b. Submit the form & the company invitation letter → GSIS Career Center (#220) c. After being approved by the Vice Dean, you can start your internship. *If you do not submit the application form before internship, you cannot earn credits. 2) After finishing internship, a. Should submit required documents(table below) within 2 months after finishing internship. b. Credits will be approved as ‘General Elective’. * In case of students who cannot acquire ‘International Organization Internship IV’ due to ‘leave of absence’ or other reasons, students should apply for ‘International Organization Internship I/II/III’ and get approved by the Vice Dean before starting the internship (in accordance with corresponding condition). ** For inquiries of International Internship and International Organization Internship, please contact KUGSIS Career Development Center(Int’l Hall #220) Tel: 3290-1398, Email: [email protected] Conditions Classification

International Internship

Working Hours

Location

Enrollment

Credit Approval

Int’l Internship I·II

320 Hrs

Domestic /Overseas

Not Required

Each 3 Credits

Int’l Internship III

640 Hrs

Domestic /Overseas

Not Required

Int’l Org. Internship I·II

320 Hrs

Domestic

Not Required

Course

Int’l Org. Internship III

Max. credits

Required Documents

Total 6 credits 6 Credits 1) Internship result report 2) Certificate of internship

Each 3 Credits Total 6 credits

640 Hrs

Domestic

Not Required

6 Credits

International Organization Internship Int’l Org. Internship IV

640 Hrs

Overseas ONLY

Required

9 Credits

Total 9 credits

1) Request for Int’l Org. Internship credit 2) Personal Performance Report 3) Evaluation by Agency

* Regulations regarding internship has adjusted and will be in effect from March 1st, 2016.

Ⅳ. GSIS Faculty & Staff, Student Council

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★ GSIS Faculty A. Dean Kim, Andrew Eun-gi Position: Professor Major: Sociology Office: International Studies Hall, Room 532 ☎ (02)3290-2411 E-Mail: [email protected]

B. Associate Dean Lee, Jae-seung Position: Professor Major: International Political Economy Office: International Studies Hall, Room 534 ☎ (02)3290-2419 E-Mail: [email protected]

C. Faculty Kim, Jung-ho Position: Professor Major: International Strategic Management Office: International Studies Hall, Room 536 ☎ (02)3290-2400 E-Mail: [email protected]

Soh, Chang-rok Position: Professor Major: International Relations Office: International Studies Hall, Room 539 ☎ (02)3290-2402 E-Mail: [email protected]

39 Ahn, Yinhay Position: Professor Major: Political Science Office: International Studies Hall, Room 541 ☎ (02)3290-2404 E-Mail: [email protected]

Park, Sung-Hoon Position: Professor Major: Economics Office: International Studies Hall, Room 535 ☎ (02)3290-2405 E-Mail: [email protected]

Park, Innwon Position: Professor Major: Economics Office: International Studies Hall, Room 537 ☎ (02)3290-2406 E-Mail: [email protected]

Kim, Byungki Position: Professor Major: Politics and International Relations Office: International Studies Hall, Room 540 ☎ (02)3290-2407 E-Mail: [email protected]

Oh, Jeong Hun Position: Professor Major: Economics Office: International Studies Hall, Room 538 ☎ (02)3290-2421 E-Mail: [email protected]

Kim, Eungi Position: Professor Major: Sociology Office: International Studies Hall, Room 532 ☎ (02)3290-2411 E-Mail: [email protected]

40 Kim, Sung-han Position: Professor Major: International Relations Office: International Studies Hall, Room 542 ☎ (02)3290-2425 E-Mail: [email protected]

Suh, Doowon Position: Professor Major: Sociology Office: International Studies Hall, Room 543 ☎ (02)3290-2422 E-Mail: [email protected]

Lee, Jae-seung Position: Professor Major: International Political Economy Office: International Studies Hall, Room 534 ☎ (02)3290-2419 E-Mail: [email protected]

Kang, Moonsung Position: Professor Major: Economics Office: International Studies Hall, Room 533 ☎ (02)3290-2420 E-Mail: [email protected]

Chung, Suh-Yong Position: Professor Major: International Law Office: International Studies Hall, Room 544 ☎ (02)3290-2424 E-Mail: [email protected]

Lee, Seungho Position: Professor Major: Geography Office: International Studies Hall, Room 530 ☎ (02)3290-2426 E-Mail: [email protected]

41 Han, Jung-Sun Position: Associate Professor Major: History Office: International Studies Hall, Room 523 ☎ (02)3290-2423 E-Mail: [email protected]

James William Potter Position: Assistant Professor Major: Urban Planning Office: Int'l Studies Hall, Room 522 ☎ (02)-3290-2427 E-mail: [email protected]

Robert Rudolf Position: Assistant Professor Office: #528, Int'l Studies Hall ☎: (02)-3290-2413 Email: [email protected]

Rhee, Dong-Eun Position: Assistant Professor Office: #529, Int’l Studies Hall ☎: (02)-3290-2408 Email: [email protected]

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★ GSIS Administration Office Staff ★김영석 차장님 (Kim, Young Seok) Position: Manager Academic affairs for GSIS students ☎ (02)3290-1392 E-Mail: [email protected] ★손수윤 선생님 (Son, Suyun) Position: Academic affairs for DIS, KGSP ☎ (02)3290-1391 E-Mail: [email protected] ★남민우 선생님 (Nam, Minwoo) Position: Academic affairs for DIS ☎ (02)3290-1392 E-Mail: [email protected] ★조원희 선생님 (Cho, Wonhee) Position: Academic affairs for GSIS, Korean Students Facilities, Equipment, Homepage ☎ (02)3290-1392 E-Mail: [email protected] ★김민정 선생님 (Kim, Minjung) Position : Academic affairs for GSIS, International Students Global China Program ☎ (02)3290-1391 E-mail : [email protected] ★진하나 선생님 (Jin, Hana) Position: KOICA program ☎ (02)3290-1397 E-Mail : [email protected]

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★ GSIS Student Council Student Council is responsible for various student activities such as gathering, sports activities and events with in KU GSIS and with other GSIS.

* Office : Room 428, International Hall * Email : [email protected] * Facebook : www.facebook.com/groups/KUGSISHUB * Instagram @studentcouncil.kugsis

President

Vice President

Vice President

Afolabi Aanuoluwapo Okiki

Fransisca Putri Susanto

Heesoo Yang

[email protected]

[email protected]

[email protected]

Kakao [email protected]

Kakao [email protected]

Kakao [email protected]

Ⅴ. Course List

★ Course List Master Code

Subject

IAS110 동아시아경제 THE EAST ASIAN ECONOMY

IC

IPS

IDC

0

Ph.D Area Study 0

IAS111 지역학특강I SPECIAL TOPICS IN REGIONAL STUDIES I

0

IAS112 지역학특강II SPECIAL TOPICS IN REGIONAL STUDIES II

0

IAS113 지역학특강III SPECIAL TOPICS IN REGIONAL STUDIES III

0

IAS114 지역학특강IV SPECIAL TOPICS IN REGIONAL STUDIES IV

0

IAS115 동아시아국제관계 INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS IN EAST ASIA 동아시아무역및투자환경 EAST ASIAN TRADE AND INVESTMENT: A FOCUS ON ASEAN+3 동아시아 환경과 개발 IAS117 ENVIRONMENT AND DEVELOPMENT OF EAST ASIA IAS118 APEC연구 KOREA & APEC IAS116

0

IAS121

미국의대외경제사례연구 CASE STUDIES IN US FOREIGN ECONOMIC RELATIONS

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0 0

IAS122 미국의외교정책 THE U.S. FOREIGN POLICY

0

0

IAS119 ASEAN연구 ASEAN AND SOUTHEAST ASIA IAS120 미국경제 THE U.S. ECONOMY

Int’l Int’l Korean Commer Coopera Study -ce -tion 0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

IAS124 북미무역및투자환경 NORTH AMERICAN TRADE & INVESTMENT

0

0

0

IAS130 비교지역경제 COMPARATIVE REGIONAL ECONOMY

0

0

0

IAS210 유럽경제 EU ECONOMY

0

0

0

0

0

IAS212 유럽연구특강II SPECIAL TOPICS IN EU STUDIESII

0

IAS215 유럽무역및투자환경 TRADE AND INVESTMENT IN THE EU

0

IAS216 유럽연합국제관계 INTER-STATES RELATIONS OF THE EU

0 0

IAS123 미국의주요경제정책 ECONOMIC POLICIES OF THE U.S.

IAS211 유럽연구특강I SPECIAL TOPICS IN EU STUDIESI

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

IAS218 유럽연합정치 POLITICS OF THE EUROPEAN UNION

0

0

0

IAS219 유럽의사회와문화 EUROPEAN SOCIETY AND CULTURE

0

0

0

IAS220 유럽한국관계 KOREAN-EU RELATIONS

0

0

IAS217 유럽연합법 EU LAW

IAS310 일본경제 THE JAPANESE ECONOMY

0

0

0

IAS311 일본연구특강I SPECIAL TOPICS IN JAPANESE STUDIES I

0

IAS312 일본연구특강II SPECIAL TOPICS IN JAPANESE STUDIES II

0

IAS315 일본기업 JAPANESE FIRMS AND THEIR CORPORATE STRATEGIES

0

IAS316 일본의 대외정책 JAPANESE FOREIGN POLICY

0 0

0

0

0 0

0 0

0 0

0

IAS319 일본정치 THE JAPANESE POLITICS IAS410 중국경제 THE CHINESE ECONOMY

0

0

IAS317 일본의사회와문화 JAPANESE SOCIETY AND CULTURE IAS318 일본의산업정책 INDUSTRIAL POLICY OF JAPAN

0

0

0 0

0

IAS411 중국연구특강I SPECIAL TOPICS IN CHINESE STUDIESI

0

0

0

0

IAS412 중국연구특강II SPECIAL TOPICS IN CHINESE STUDIESII

0

IAS415 중국의사회와문화 CHINESE SOCIETY AND CULTURE

0

IAS416 중국의외교정책 CHINESE FOREIGN POLICY

0

0

0

0

IAS417 중국정치 THE CHINESE POLITICS

0

0

0

0

IAS418 중국정치경제 CHINESE POLITICAL ECONOMY

0

0

0

0

IAS419 중국환경및개발 ENVIRONMENT AND DEVELOPMENT IN CHINA

0

0

0

0

IAS511 러시아연구특강I SPECIAL TOPICS IN RUSSIAN STUDIESI

0

0

0

IAS512 러시아연구특강II SPECIAL TOPICS IN RUSSIAN STUDIESII

0

0

0

IAS515 러시아의외교정책 RUSSIAN FOREIGN POLICY

0

0

0

Master Code

Subject

IC

IAS610 동아시아의전쟁과평화 EAST ASIA IN WAR AND PEACE IAS611 동남아경제 SOUTHEAST ASIAN ECONOMY

IPS 0

0

0

IAS612 동남아정치 POLITICS OF SOUTHEAST ASIA

0

IAS710 아프리카의 이해 UNDERSTANDING AFRICA

0

IAS711 아프리카경제 AFRICAN ECONOMY IDC110 IDC111 IDC112 IDC113 IDC114

IDC

0

국제개발원조:제도및정책 INTERNATIONAL DEVELOPMENT ASSIS TANCE: INSTITUTIONS AND POLICIES 국제개발협력특강I SPECIAL TOPICS IN INTERNATIONAL DEVELO PMENT AND COOPERATION I 국제개발협력특강II SPECIAL TOPTICS IN INTERNATIONAL DEVEL OPMENT AND COOPERATION II 국제개발협력특강III SPECIAL TOPTICS IN INTERNATIONAL DEVEL OPMENT AND COOPERATION III 국제개발협력특강IV SPECIAL TOPTICS IN INTERNATIONAL DEVE LOPMENT AND COOPERATION IV

Ph.D Area Study

Int’l Int’l Korean Commer Coopera Study -ce -tion

0 0

0

0

0

0

0 0

0

0

0

0 0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

IDC115 국제기구 INTERNATIONAL ORGANIZATIONS

0

0

0

0

0

국제기구사례연구 IDC116 CASE ANALYSES OF INTERNATIONAL ORGANIZATIONS

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

IDC117 글로벌거버넌스세미나 SEMINAR ON GLOBAL GOVERNANCE

0

IDC118 비교사회 COMPARATIVE SOCIETIES

0

지속가능발전과국제기구SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT AND INTE IDC119 RNATIONAL ORGANIZATIONS

0

0

IDC120 NGO와세계시민사회 NGOS AND GLOBAL CIVIL SOCIETY

0

0

0

IDC121 세계화의 동학 DYNAMICS OF GLOBALIZATION

0

0

IDC199 도시계획관리론 CITY PLANING AND MANAGEMENT

0

0

IDC210 에너지정치경제 POLITICAL ECONOMY OF ENERGY

0

0

0

0

IDC211 에너지특강I SPECIAL TOPICS IN ENERGY I

0

0

0

0

0 0

IDC212 에너지특강II SPECIAL TOPICS IN ENERGY II

0

0

0

IDC215 자원관리 RESOURCE MANAGEMENT

0

0

IDC290 환경관리론 ENVIORNMENTAL MANAGEMENT

0

0

IDC291 도시개발론 URBAN DEVELOPMENT

0

0

IDC292 교통관리론 TRANSPORTATION MANAGEMENT

0

0

IDC293 도시재정론 PUBLIC FINANCE AND BUDGETING

0

0

IDC294 행정조직과정책론 PUBLIC POLICY AND ORGANIZATION

0

0

IDC310 개발과반부패 CORRUPTION IN DEVELOPING WORLD

0

0

IDC311 국제인권특강I SPECIAL TOPICS IN HUMAN RIGHTS I

0

0

0

IDC312 국제인권특강II SPECIAL TOPICS IN HUMAN RIGHTS II

0

0

0

IDC315 국제인권 HUMAN RIGHTS IN GLOBAL AND REGIONAL CONTEX

0

0

0

국제인권기구 IDC316 INTERNATIONAL HUMAN RIGHTS ORGANIZATIONS

0

0

0

IDC317 민주화와인권 DEMOCRACY AND HUMAN RIGHTS

0

0

0

IDC318 기업과 인권 BUSINESS AND HUMAN RIGHTS

0

0

0

IDC391 전자정부론 E-GOVERNMENT

0

0

국제환경자원의법정책 LAW AND POLICY ON GLOBAL ENVIRON IDC410 MENT AND RESOURCES

0

0

IDC411 국제환경특강I SPECIAL TOPICS IN GLOBAL ENVIRONMENT I

0

0

IDC412 국제환경특강II SPECIAL TOPICS IN GLOBAL ENVIRONMENT II

0

0

IDC415 기후변화법과정치 LAW AND POLITICS OF CLIMATE CHANGE

0

0

IDC416 환경과무역세미나 SEMINAR ON TRADE AND ENVIRONMENT

0

0

0

0

경제개발을위한다자및지역협력 MULTILATERAL AND REGIONAL IDC510 COOPERATION FOR ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT

0

0

0

0

IDC511 경제개발 ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT

0

0

0

0

경제성장개발및세계화 ECONOMIC GROWTH, DEVELOPMENT & IDC512 GLOBALIZATION

0

0

0

0

IDC513 국제개발기구 INTERNATIONAL DEVELOPMENT ORGANIZATIONS

0

0

0

0

Master Code

Subject

국제개발입문 INTRODUCTION TO INTERNATIONAL DEVELOPMENT 국제개발협력사업 IDC515 INTERNATIONAL DEVELOPMENT PROGRAM AND PROJECT IDC514

IDC516 다국적기업과개발 MNCS IN INTERNATIONAL DEVELOPMENT IDC517 IDC518 IDC519 IDC520

IC

IPS

0

IDC 0

Ph.D Area Study

Int’l Int’l Korean Commer Coopera Study -ce -tion 0

0 0

0

국제개발현장조사 INTERNATIONAL DEVELOPMENT FIELD RESEARCH DESIGN 국제개발특강I SPECIAL TOPICS IN INTERNATIONAL DEVELOPMENT I 국제개발특강II SPECIAL TOPICS IN INTERNATIONAL DEVELOPMENT II 불확실성과위험성에대한계획 PLANING FOR UNCERTAINTY AND RISK

0 0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

IIC111 국제조직관리 INTERNATIONAL ORGANIZATION MANAGEMENT

0

IIC112 글로벌리더쉽 GLOBAL LEADERSHIP

0

IIC113 글로벌마케팅 GLOBAL MARKETING

0

0

IIC114 기업경영분석 CORPORATE ANALYSIS

0

0

IIC115 마케팅관리 MARKETING MANAGEMENT

0

0

IIC116 재무회계 FINANCIAL ACCOUNTING

0

0

IIC117 전략경영 STRATEGIC MANAGEMENT

0

0

조직연구와비교경영 ORGANIZATIONAL STUDIES FROM THE CO IIC118 MPARATIVE MANAGEMENT PERSPECTIVE

0

0

IIC119 지식재산권 INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY RIGHTS

0

0

IIC210 국제금융 INTERNATIONAL FINANCE

0

0

0

0

0

0

IIC215 국제무역과투자 INTERNATIONAL TRADE AND INVESTMENT

0

0

IIC216 국제재무관리 GLOBAL CORPORATE FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT

0

0

IIC217

다국적기업및해외투자 MNCs AND FOREIGN DIRECT INVESTMENT

0 0 0

0

0

0

0

0

IIC218 세계각국의금융시장 INTERNATIONAL FINANCIAL MARKET

0

0

IIC219 파생금융상품 FINANCIAL DERIVATIVES

0

0

해외투자와국제협력 OVERSEAS INVESTMENT & INTERNATIONAL IIC220 ECONOMIC COOPERATION

0

IIC310 전자통상학입문 INTRODUCTION TO E-COMMERCE(English)

0

0

IIC311 전자상거래특강I SPECIAL TOPICS IN E-COMMERCE I

0

0

IIC314 정보사회마케팅 MARKETING IN THE INFORMATION SOCIETY

0

0

IIC315 전자상거래시장이론 E-MARKET THEORY

0

0

IIC316 전자통상법 E-COMMERCE LAW

0

0

IIC317 디지털경제 DIGITAL ECONOMICS

0

0

IIC318 정보경제 INFORMATION ECONOMY

0

0

IIC319 정보사회 INFORMATION SOCIETY

0

0

IIC320 정보통신산업정책 IT INDUSTRY POLICY

0

0

IIC321 컴퓨터와전자상거래 COMPUTER & E-COMMERCE

0

0

IIC322 e-비즈니스 경영 MANAGEMENT IN E-BUSINESS

0

0

경제통합이론과실제 THEORY AND PRACTICES OF ECONOMIC IN IIC410 TEGRATION 국제통상특강I IIC411 SPECIAL TOPICS IN INTERNATIONAL COMMERCE I 국제통상특강II IIC412 SPECIAL TOPICS IN INTERNATIONAL COMMERCEII

0

0

IIC110 관리회계 MANAGEMENT ACCOUNTING

국제금융특강I IIC211 SPECIAL TOPICS IN INTERNATIONAL FINANCE I 국제금융특강II IIC212 SPECIAL TOPICS IN INTERNATIONAL FINANCE II

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

IIC415 국제경제기구 INTERNATIONAL ECONOMIC ORGANIZATIONS

0

0

0

0

IIC416 국제경제법 INTERNATIONAL ECONOMIC LAW

0

0

0

0

국제경제협력사례연구 CASE STUDIES IN INTERNATIONAL ECON IIC417 OMIC COOPERATION

0

0

0

0

0

Master Code

Subject

IC

IPS

IDC

Ph.D Area Study

Int’l Int’l Korean Commer Coopera Study -ce -tion

IIC418 국제통상현안 CURRENT ISSUES IN INT'L COMMERCE

0

0

IIC419 산업조직 INDUSTRIAL ORGANIZATION

0

0

IIC420 신통상현안세미나 SEMINAR IN NEW TRADE ISSUES

0

0

IIC421 통상정책 INTERNATIONAL TRADE POLICY

0

0

국제통상의 법적경제적이해 LEGAL AND ECONOMIC ANALYSIS O IIC423 F INTERNATIONAL COMMERCE

0

0

IKS110 한국정치 THE KOREAN POLITICS IKS111 한국정치특강I SPECIAL TOPICS IN KOREAN POLITICS I IKS112 한국정치특강II SPECIAL TOPICS IN KOREAN POLITICS II IKS115

한국의사회운동과정치변화 SOCIAL MOVEMENTS AND POLITICAL CHANGE IN KOREA

IKS210 한국경제 THE KOREAN ECONOMY

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IKS211 한국경제특강I SPECIAL TOPICS IN KOREAN ECONOMY I

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IKS212 한국경제특강II SPECIAL TOPICS IN KOREAN ECONOMY II

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0

IKS215

한국의 국제정치경제 INTERNATIONAL POLITICAL ECONOMY OF KOREA

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IKS216 한국산업조직 INDUSTRIAL ORGANIZATION OF KOREA

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IKS217 한국의금융제도 FINANCIAL SYSTEM OF KOREA

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IKS218 한국의기업경영 DYNAMICS OF KOREAN MANAGEMENT

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IKS219

한국의무역과해외투자 FOREIGN TRADE AND INVESTMENT OF KOREA

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IKS220

한국의정부기업관계 GOVERNMENT-BUSINESS RELATIONS OF KOREA

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IKS310 한국의문화 KOREAN CULTURE IKS311

한국의사회문화특강I SPECIAL TOPICS IN KOREAN SOCIETY AND CULTURE I

IKS312

한국의사회문화특강II SPECIAL TOPICS IN KOREAN SOCIETY AND CULTURE II

IKS313

한국의사회문화특강III SPECIAL TOPICS IN KOREAN SOCIETY AND CULTURE Ⅲ

IKS315 한국의기업문화 BUSINESS CULTURE OF KOREA

Int’l Students only Int’l Students only Int’l Students only Int’l Students only Int’l Students only Int’l Students only Int’l Students only Int’l Students only Int’l Students only Int’l Students only Int’l Students only Int’l Students only Int’l Students only Int’l Students only Int’l Students only Int’l Students only Int’l Students only Int’l Students only

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IKS317 한국예술사 HISTORY OF KOREAN ART

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IKS318 한국의미학 KOREAN AESTHETICS

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IKS320 한국의사회변화SOCIAL CHANGE IN KOREA

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IKS410 한국의법제도THE KOREAN LEGAL SYSTEM

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Int’l Students only Int’l Students only Int’l Students only

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IKS316 한국영화 KOREAN CINEMA IN A GLOBAL CONTEXT

IKS319 한국의종교 RELIGION IN KOREA

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IDC

Ph.D Area Study

Int’l Int’l Korean Commer Coopera Study -ce -tion

IKS411 한러관계KOREAN-RUSSIAN RELATIONS

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IKS412 한미관계 KOREA-U.S. RELATIONS

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Int’l Students only

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IKS413 한일관계 KOREAN-JAPANESE RELATIONS

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All students

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IKS414 한인이민사 KOREAN DIASPORA

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IKS415 한국과 세계화 KOREA IN THE ERA OF GLOBALIZATION

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IKS420 한국어고급강독 ADVANCED READINGS IN KOREAN

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IKS421 한국어강독 READINGS IN KOREAN

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IPS110 국가경쟁력세미나 NATIONAL COMPETITIVENESS SEMINAR

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IPS111

국제평화안보특강I SPECIAL TOPICS IN PEACE AND SECURITY I

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IPS112

국제평화안보특강II SPECIAL TOPICS IN INTERNATIONAL PEACE AND SECURTY II

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IPS115 국제관계사 HISTORY OF INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS

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IPS116 국제관계이론세미나 SEMINAR IN INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS

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IPS117 국제관계주요쟁점 ISSUES IN WORLD POLITICS

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IPS118 국제정치경제 INTERNATIONAL POLITICAL ECONOMY

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IPS119

국제정치사례분석 CASE STUDIES OF INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS

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IPS120 세계화의 주요쟁점 GLOBALIZATION AND GLOBAL ISSUES

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IPS210 게임이론 GAME THEORY

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IPS211 국제평화 APPROACHES TO INTERNATIONAL PEACE IPS212 국제협상 INTERNATIONAL NEGOTIATIONS

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IPS213 국제회의외교 INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE DIPLOMACY

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여론과외교정책 IPS214 MASS MEDIA, PUBLIC OPINION AND FOREIGN POLICY

0

IPS215 평화창출과평화유지 PEACE-BUILDING AND PEACE-KEEPING

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IPS310 국제동맹 INTERNATIONAL ALLIANCE

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IPS311

국제분쟁분석및관리 INTERNATIONAL CONFLICT ANALYSIS AND MANAGEMENT

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IPS312

국제안보및전략연구 NATIONAL SECURITY AND STRATEGIC STUDIES

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IPS313 군비통제 INTERNATIONAL ARMS CONTROL IPS314

비확산과 반확산 ANTI-PROLIFERATION AND COUNTER-PROLIFERATION

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IPS315 인간안보 HUMAN SECURITY

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IPS316 전쟁의미래 FUTURE OF WAR

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IPS410 국제법 INTERNATIONAL LAW

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IPS411 국제법사례연구 CASE STUDIES IN INTERNATIONAL LAW

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IPS415 남북한관계NORTH-SOUTH KOREAN RELATIONS

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IPS416 비교외교정책COMPARATIVE FOREIGN POLICY

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Ⅵ. Certificate Program (Area Studies & Human Rights)

★ Certificate Program : 동아시아, 유럽, 한국, 인권 / East Asia, Europe, Korea, Human Rights 1. 해당 과목 중 3과목 이상(9학점 이상) 수강하여 평균 GPA 4.0이상일 경우 수여 KUGSIS will award students who have received over 4.0 in GPA in 3 courses from the table below the certificates. 2. 절차 : 신청서 제출 → 검토 후 승인 → 수료증 수여 (신청 기간은 추후 공지된 기간 내에 가능) Submit an application (GSIS Office) → Approval → Issuance of Certificate

1. Certificate of Completion in East Asian Studies - 아래 과목 중 3과목 이상 (9학점 이상) 수강하여 해당 과목의 평균 학점이 4.0 이상일 경우 Certificate of Completion in East Asian Studies 수여 KUGSIS will award students who have received over 4.0 in GPA in 3 courses from the table below the certificate of completion in East Asian Studies. IAS110

동아시아경제

THE EAST ASIAN ECONOMY

IAS112

지역학연구2

SPECIAL TOPICS IN REGIONAL STUDIES II

IAS115

동아시아국제관계

INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS IN EAST ASIA

IAS116

동아시아무역및투자환경

EAST ASIAN TRADE AND INVESTMENT

IAS117

동아시아 환경과 개발

ENVIRONMENT AND DEVELOPMENT OF EAST ASIA

IAS118

APEC연구

KOREA & APEC

IAS119

ASEAN연구

ASEAN AND SOUTHEAST ASIA

IAS310

일본경제

THE JAPANESE ECONOMY

IAS311

일본연구특강I

SPECIAL TOPICS IN JAPANESE STUDIES I

IAS312

일본연구특강II

SPECIAL TOPICS IN JAPANESE STUDIES II

IAS315

일본기업

JAPANESE FIRMS AND THEIR CORPORATE

IAS316

일본의 대외정책

JAPANESE FOREIGN POLICY

IAS317

일본의 사회와 문화

JAPANESE SOCIETY AND CULTURE

IAS318

일본의 산업정책

INDUSTRIAL POLICY OF JAPAN

IAS319

일본정치

THE JAPANESE POLITICS

IAS410

중국경제

THE CHINESE ECONOMY

IAS411

중국연구특강I

SPECIAL TOPICS IN CHINESE STUDIES I

IAS412

중국연구특강II

SPECIAL TOPICS IN CHINESE STUDIES II

IAS415

중국의사회와문화

CHINESE SOCIETY AND CULTURE

IAS416

중국의외교정책

CHINESE FOREIGN POLICY

IAS417

중국정치

THE CHINESE POLITICS

IAS418

중국정치경제

CHINESE POLITICAL ECONOMY

IAS419

중국환경및개발

ENVIRONMENT AND DEVELOPMENT IN CHINA

IAS610

동아시아의전쟁과평화

EAST ASIA IN WAR AND PEACE

IAS611

동남아경제

SOUTHEAST ASIAN ECONOMY

IAS612

동남아정치

POLITICS OF SOUTHEAST ASIA

2. Certificate of Completion in European Studies - 아래 과목 중 3과목 이상 (9학점 이상) 수강하여 해당 과목의 평균 학점이 4.0 이상일 경우 Certificate of Completion in European Studies 수여 KUGSIS will award students who have received over 4.0 in GPA in 3 courses from the table below the certificate of completion in European Studies. IAS210

유럽경제

EU ECONOMY

IAS211

유럽연구특강I

SPECIAL TOPICS IN EU STUDIES I

IAS212

유럽연구특강II

SPECIAL TOPICS IN EU STUDIES II

IAS215

유럽무역및투자환경

TRADE AND INVESTMENT IN THE EU

IAS216

유럽연합국제관계

INTER-STATES RELATIONS OF THE EU

IAS217

유럽연합법

EU LAW

IAS218

유럽연합정치

POLITICS OF THE EUROPEAN UNION

IAS219

유럽의사회와문화

EUROPEAN SOCIETY AND CULTURE

IAS220

유럽한국관계

KOREAN-EU RELATIONS

IAC781

고급유럽세미나I

ADVANCED SEMINAR IN EUROPEAN STUDIES I

IAC782

고급유럽세미나II

ADVANCED SEMINAR IN EUROPEAN STUDIES II

IRC523

현지대학세미나

3. Certificate of Completion in Korean Studies - 아래 과목 중 3과목 이상 (9학점 이상) 수강하여 해당 과목의 평균 학점이 4.0 이상일 경우 Certificate of Completion in Korean Studies 수여 KUGSIS will award students who have received over 4.0 in GPA in 3 courses from the table below the certificate of completion in Korean Studies. * Korean studies Courses below can be regarded as Area studies course for foreign students in international studies major. IKS110

한국정치

THE KOREAN POLITICS

IKS111

한국정치특강I

SPECIAL TOPICS IN KOREAN POLITICS I

IKS112

한국정치특강II

SPECIAL TOPICS IN KOREAN POLITICS II

IKS115

한국의 사회운동과 정치 변화

SOCIAL MOVEMENTS AND POLITICAL CHANGE IN KOREA

IKS210

한국경제

THE KOREAN ECONOMY

IKS211

한국경제특강I

SPECIAL TOPICS IN KOREAN ECONOMY I

IKS212

한국경제특강II

SPECIAL TOPICS IN KOREAN ECONOMY II

IKS215

한국의 국제정치경제

INTERNATIONAL POLITICAL ECONOMY OF KOREA

IKS216

한국산업조직

INDUSTRIAL ORGANIZATION OF KOREA

IKS217

한국의금융제도

FINANCIAL SYSTEM OF KOREA

IKS218

한국의기업경영

DYNAMICS OF KOREAN MANAGEMENT

IKS219

한국의무역과해외투자

FOREIGN TRADE AND INVESTMENT OF KOREA

IKS220

한국의정부기업관계

GOVERNMENT-BUSINESS RELATIONS OF KOREA

IKS310

한국의문화

KOREAN CULTURE

IKS311

한국의사회문화특강I

SPECIAL TOPICS IN KOREAN SOCIETY AND CULTURE I

IKS311

한국의사회문화특강I

SPECIAL TOPICS IN KOREAN SOCIETY AND CULTURE I

IKS312

한국의사회문화특강II

SPECIAL TOPICS IN KOREAN SOCIETY AND CULTURE II

IKS313

한국의사회문화특강III

SPECIAL TOPICS IN KOREAN SOCIETY AND CULTURE III

IKS315

한국의기업문화

BUSINESS CULTURE OF KOREA

IKS319

한국의종교

RELIGION IN KOREA

IKS320

한국의사회변화

SOCIAL CHANGE IN KOREA

IKS410

한국의법제도

THE KOREAN LEGAL SYSTEM

IKS411

한러관계

KOREAN-RUSSIAN RELATIONS

IKS412

한미관계

KOREA-U.S. RELATIONS

IKS413

한일관계

KOREAN-JAPANESE RELATIONS

4. Certificate of Completion in Human Rights Studies - 아래 과목 중 3과목 이상 (9학점 이상) 수강 (타 과 과목 1과목까지 교차수강 가능) 하여 해당 과목의 평균 학 점이 4.0 이상일 경우 Certificate of Completion in Human Rights 수여 *국제인권 수강 필수, 그 외 과목은 담당교수와 협의 후 결정 KUGSIS will award students, who have received over than 4.0 in average GPA in 3 courses below, with the certificate of completion in Human Rights Studies. *It is compulsory to take 'Human Rights in Global and Regional context course‘ **If you want to count the courses which are not listed in the table below even though the course is related to human rights, you need to discuss with Prof. Soh Changrok first. GSIS IDC110

국제개발원조:제도및정책

INTERNATIONAL DEVELOPMENT ASSISTANCE: INSTITUTIONS AN D POLICIES

IDC115

국제기구

INTERNATIONAL ORGANIZATIONS

IDC116

국제기구사례연구

CASE ANALYSIS OF INTERNATIONAL ORGANIZATIONS

IDC117

글로벌거버넌스세미나

SEMINAR ON GLOBAL GOVERNANCE

IDC119

지속가능발전과국제기구

SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT AND INTERNATIONAL ORGANIZATI ONS

IDC315

국제인권

HUMAN RIGHTS IN GLOBAL AND REGIONAL CONTEXT

IDC318

기업과 인권

BUSINESS AND HUMAN RIGHTS

IPS119

국제정치사례분석

CASE STUDIES OF INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS

IPS410

국제법

INTERNATIONAL LAW 향후 신설 예정 과목 The following courses will be conducted later.

 Understanding of Refugees, Asylum Seekers and International Human Rights  International Migration, Cooperation and Development  International Migration and Sociocultural Issues  Global Social Governance and NGOs  International Rights of Women and Children  International Humanitarian Law and Human Rights  International Human Rights Movement  Human Rights and Foreign Policy

향후 신설 예정 과목 The following courses will be conducted later.  Human Rights and Development  Human Rights and International Organizations 정치외교학과 Political Science & International Relations POL709

인권

POL740

국제윤리

POL775

지구시민권

POL778

국제규범 법학과 Law

LAW2008

기본인권론I

LAW2011

기본인권론II

LAW2020

인권사

LAW3013

국제인권법

LAW3028

국제인권법특수문제연구

LAW3033

국제인도법

LAW3055

국제난민법

LAW3066

인권과국제통상법

LAW7016

노동기본권론 사회학과 Sociology

SOC645

사회불평등과 사회정책연습

SOC828

다문화주의연습

Ⅶ. School Regulation

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Ⅶ. School Regulations for Graduate Schools Detailed Rules for Operation of Graduate School of International Studies

` Article 1 (Purpose) These rules for operation are purposed to specify items entrusted by the KU School Regulation for Graduate Schools and by Graduate School Policy of Department Operation (hereafter referred to as "School Regulations") to Graduate School of International Studies (hereafter referred to as "GSIS") and detail rules necessary for the operation of such items. Article 2 (Objectives of Education) GSIS has the goal to foster capable international experts and competent people who are able to actively lead the internationalization of Korea by instructing theory and practical affairs about international relations and each part of the world so as to contribute to the national development, as well as to heighten Korea’s reputation in the world by offering chance to study Korea to foreigners who are interested in Korea. Article 3 (Curriculum) The requirements of coursework and credit for Master/Doctoral Program will be determined by the internal regulations.
Article 4 (Period of Study and Maximum Limit of Pupilage) ① The required period of study for M.A and Ph.D. Degrees is two years. However, those admitted through special programs such as ‘Industry University Institute Collaboration’ or ‘DIS-GSIS Integrated Curriculum System’ can shorten the length of period of study by 6 months under the Korea University Dean’s approval. ② Details for the period of study less than two years will be followed within the internal regulations. ③ There is no limit in the length of pupilage prior to the submission of dissertation, but for those who have maximized on the limit of residence will lead to permanent completion.
Article 5 (Required Minimum Credits for Course Completion) ① The required amount of credits is at least 50 credits for Master Program, and 36 credits for Doctoral Program. ② The average of total grade for course completion should be above 3.0 of GPA.
Article 6 (Credit acquisition) The maximum credit in which students can take per semester is 18 credits for Master Program, and 12 credits for Doctoral Program.
Article 7 (Period of Leave of Absence) ① Students can take ‘Leave of Absence’ for one or two semesters when applying for ‘leave of absence’; three semesters in total length of ‘leave of absence’ period. ② Students leaving school for mandatory military service or maternity are not counted as ‘leave of absence’ as clause ① indicates. ③ The period of ‘Leave of Absence’ is included in the term of years for thesis submission. It can ONLY be excluded from the term of years for thesis submission under the graduate school committee’s approval. ④ Admitted, re-admitted students can also apply for ‘Leave of Absence’ in the first semester.
Article 8 (Classes) Courses are conducted on weekdays; if necessary, there can be classes on holidays as well as field trip. Article 9 (Limitation of Re-admission) ① Readmission is granted only when major is identical to that of before expulsion. ② Those who exceed three years of expulsion cannot apply for readmission.

57 Article 10 (Application for Major and Its Change) ① Students of GSIS in master’s degree program should determine their major among five major tracks in the third semester considering their desire and aptitude. ② Changing major is possible until the course registration period of the fourth semester. ③ Those who want to change the major should submit the following documents within 10 days after opening the course so as to obtain Dean’s approval. 1. Application form for a major change 2. Grade transcript Article 11 (Course Registration) ① Course registration should be conducted online by connecting to the intranet during the specified period. ② For those enrolled in Master’s degree program, Thesis Research I is to be taken during the third semester.
③ Those who want to register for courses at graduate school or general graduate school of Korea University, which are derived from academic exchange agreements, should submit the course registration form to the Academic Affairs Department after gaining approval of the professor in charge of the course in the certain school. ④ Those who want to acquire credits in the summer program and internship should submit an application form to the Department of Academic Affairs of GSIS and gain Dean’s approval in advance while further details are to be determined. ⑤ Students in Doctorate Degree Program should acquire at least 12 credits from doctoral courses and take the Thesis Research courses. Article 12 (Correction of Course Registration) Students can correct the registered courses online by connecting to the intranet during the correction period. Article 13 (Credit Acknowledgement) ① Credits acquired from graduate school or general graduate school of Korea University, which are derived from academic exchange agreements, can be granted at most 6 credits. ② Credits of exchange program and dual degree students’ deriving from academic exchange agreements can be granted at most half of required credits for course completion. ③ In case that those who completed research course enter the Master’s Degree program, the courses taken during research course can be granted as acquired credit for master’s degree. ④ In case that the student has completed credits at another graduate school, student can transfer credits to this graduate school program, pending approval from the dean. For master’s students, up to 12 credits and for Ph.D. students, up to 6 credits can be accepted. Further details are to be followed. Article 14 (Thesis Advisor) ① Students in M.A and Ph.D. Program should appoint a thesis advisor under the Dean’s approval and be guided in their research and thesis. Article 15 (Changing Thesis Advisor) ① Thesis advisor can be changed in case students cannot be guided by the present thesis advisor for over 1 year for some reasons such as resignation, temporary retirement and international research trips. ② Those who want to change the thesis advisor should submit the required documents and gain the Dean’s approval. Article 16 (Requirement for Degree) Students who have acquired more than the minimum credits for course completion and satisfied the following requirements can submit their thesis/dissertation.
1. Those who have passed the general ‘Qualification’ exam 2. Those who have been approved by thesis advisor for thesis/dissertation proposal.

58 Article 17 (Deadlines for Thesis/Dissertation) ① Candidates of Master’s degree must submit and get approval on their dissertation within six years (from the year of admission to the Master’s program). ② Candidates of Doctor’s degree must submit and get approval on their dissertation within ten years (from the year of admission to the doctorate program). ③ Upon the approval from the graduate school committee, the following causes will allow candidates to extend the length of submission for their dissertation under clause ① and ②. A. Military Service B. Childbirth/maternity care C. Long-term leave of absence overseas D. Service to public office ④ If candidates with completed coursework apply for extension of thesis/dissertation submission due to the delay of research, graduate school committee can approve the candidates of an extended length of 2 years (for once only). Article 18 (Dissertation Proposal) Students in Master’s Degree program should fill out thesis proposal and submit it to the Academic Affairs Department after getting approval from thesis advisor when applying for ‘Thesis Research’ at the beginning of the fourth semester. Article 19 (Procedures and Dates for Submitting Dissertation) ① Students applying for thesis should submit their thesis to the evaluation committee chief (thesis advisor) and thesis application form to the Academic Affairs Department with thesis examination fee. ② The deadline for submitting thesis/dissertation is until April 30th for the Spring Semester and October 31st for Fall Semester. Article 20 (Language of Dissertation) ① Master’s degree dissertations should be written in English or local language which is not one’s mother tongue. ② In principle, doctoral degree dissertations should be written in English. Article 21 (Qualification Examination) ① Qualification Examination is composed of general examination and foreign language examination. ② Korean language examination is conducted for international students in department of Korean studies as foreign language examination for master’s degree. In case of doctoral degree program, examination for English is necessary and the language for the ‘second foreign language examination’ can be chosen by the applicant. ③ The questions of foreign language exam are made up by 2 or more examiners appointed by the Dean and the passing grade is more than 70 out of 100. ④ There are written and oral exam for general exam of Master’s degree. Oral exams will be conducted for students with special program under the Dean’s decision. ⑤ Two subjects are tested for written exam in the general exam of master’s degree: students of department of international studies are tested on one of the core courses and one from the field of their specialization. For department of Korean studies, two subjects are conducted for written exam (students can choose the two from three fields). ⑥ The general exam for Doctorate degree is conducted with one of the subjects from the applicant’s major (International Commerce or International Cooperation) to test the basic knowledge for common area. For major area, 2 subjects from International Commerce, International Development or International Cooperation will be examined. Two or more examiners are allocated to each subject. ⑦ The passing grade of the general exam is more than 80 out of 100, but success of each subject is admitted.

59 Article 22 (Requirement for Qualification Examination) ① Foreign language exam can be taken from the second semester. ② The General Examination for Master’s degree can be taken only by those who completed at least 3 semesters with a GPA of 3.0 or higher. ③ The General Examination for Doctorate degree can be taken only by those who completed at least 3 semesters with a GPA of 3.0 of higher. Article 23 (Procedures and Dates of Qualification Examination) ① Students who want to apply for the Qualification Exam should submit the application form to the Academic Affairs Department with the examination fee during the specified period. ② Foreign language exam is conducted every March and September and the general exam will be every April and October each year. If necessary, additional exam can be conducted. Article 24 (Exemption of Qualification Examination) ① In case of Master’s degree program, students who are applicable to one of the following can be exempted from foreign language exams or the general exam. 1. General Exam a. Whose GPA of 3 semesters is 3.75 or above.
b. Whose GPA of 4 semesters is 3.75 or above.
2. Foreign language exam (Korean) a. Who have taken Korean language subjects during 3 or more semesters and acquired grades of A or above. b. Who have submitted language evaluation sheet of a person in charge of foreign language (Korean) and gained the approval of the Dean. ② In case of Doctorate degree program, those who are applicable to one of the following cases can be exempted from foreign language exams. a. Who are above 237 in TOEFL (CBT) (within 2 years from the test date) will be exempted from English proficiency exam. b. Who acquired a mark of B or above in the language course of KU IFLS. c. Who received a Bachelor’s or Master’s degree in a foreign country can be exempted from the language of that country. d. Who received a Master’s degree in a foreign country or in a domestic International Studies graduate school which all courses are conducted in English can be exempted from English proficiency exam. e. Who received at least an Intermediate level of foreign language proficiency examination (NOT English) can be exempted from the language exam of that country. Article 25 (Reapplication of Qualification examination) ① Students who have failed the foreign language exam can reapply for it without limitation. ② While there is no limitation of application in case of the general exam of master’s degree, doctoral degree candidates can apply for the general exam at most 3 times. Article 26 (Thesis/Dissertation Evaluation Committee) ① Members of the Thesis/Dissertation Examination Committee are appointed by the Dean among the full-time faculty of KU and authorities on that field. ② Thesis/Dissertation Evaluation committee consists of 3 or more members for candidates in Master’s program; and 5 or more for candidates in Doctorate program including the thesis advisor. ③ The thesis advisor becomes the chief of the committee, presides over the evaluation, and reports the evaluation result to the Dean.

60 Article 27 (Doctoral Research Proposal Evaluation) ① Research proposal for doctoral dissertation will be evaluated for qualitative improvement.
② The final result is determined by approval from 2/3 of the committee.
Article 28 (Thesis/Dissertation Evaluation) ① Thesis/Dissertation evaluation process includes the evaluation of the validity and eligibility as well as oral defense. ② The final evaluation result is pass or fail and success is determined by approval of 2/3 of the committee for Master’s degrees; and 4/5 for Doctor’s degrees. ③ The failed thesis/dissertation can be submitted again within a year after modification/addition process under the direction of guidance professor. Article 29 (Deliberation of Degree Conferment) The result of thesis/dissertation evaluation has to be deliberated by the graduate school committee of GSIS. Article 30 (Scholarship) ① Scholarships for Excellence of Master’s program can be granted to those who acquired 9 or more credits from major courses except language course in the previous semester. ② Scholarship Committee of GSIS determines the criteria and the amount of scholarship as well as the number of recipients, considering several factors such as grades of previous semester and family circumstance. Article 31 (Open Lectures) ① Open lectures can be established if needed and those who have completed the lecture are granted a certificate as shown on [Annex 1]. ② Whenever the lecture is established, matters concerning subject, title, period, quota and location are determined by the Dean. Article 32 (Research Students) ① Those who want to take specific course or program in GSIS can enter as a research student with the approval of the Dean. ② Requirements for research students are equal to those of master’s degree candidates and those who pass the test conducted by GSIS are admitted to enter. Article 33 (Research Period and Assignment) ① Research period of the research student will be 1 year. ② The curriculum complies with the curriculum bulletins. Article 34 (Meeting of Graduate School Committee) ① The Committee will convene when majority of the members are present and agendas will be deliberated at approval of 2/3 of the present members. ② Additional matters related to the operation of Graduate School Committee apply with the Provisions in Organization and Operation of Committee of KU.

Additional Rules 1. (Operation) These Regulations for GSIS will be in effect from March 1st, 2004. 2. (Interim Measures) Clause 3 of article 7, clause 4 of article 17 and clause 2 of article 18 of these rules for operation are not applied to those who entered school before the year of 2004.

Additional Rules These Regulations for GSIS will be in effect from March 1st, 2007.

Additional Rules These Regulations for GSIS will be in effect from March 1st, 2008.

61 Additional Rules These Regulations for GSIS will be in effect from September 1st, 2008. (Clause 4 and 5 of article 17 amended)

Additional Rules These Regulations for GSIS will be in effect from March 1st, 2009. (Clause 4 of article 9 established)

Additional Rules These Regulations for GSIS will be in effect from September 1st, 2010. (Article 3, 7, 13, 18, and 30 amended)

Additional Rules 1. (Operation) These Regulations for GSIS will be in effect from September 1st, 2013. (Clause 6 of article 17, clause 1 of article 20 amended; Article 23 established and article number modified) 2. (Interim Measures) ① In paragraph 1 of clause 1 of article 20, the amended modifications will be in effect from the graduates of 2013-8. ② The modified standard for Doctoral Qualification Examination and Evaluation of Doctoral Research Proposal will be applied to admitted students in 2013-Spring Semester, in accordance with clause 6 of article 17 and article 23 respectively.

Additional Rules These Regulations for GSIS will be in effect from September 1st, 2015. (Article 1 and 16 amended; article 3, 5, 6, and 7 established; article 4, 8~15, 17~35 article number modified).

Additional Rules 1. (date of Enforcement) These regulations for Korea University GSIS will be in effect from March 1st. 2016. 2. (Interim Measures) The amended regulations except ③ of Article 4 will be applied to students who enter KU GSIS from March 1st, 2016.

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