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* [Undergraduate] Preliminary Graduation Qualification Review for Prospective Graduates of February 2019
[Undergraduate] Preliminary Graduation Qualification Review for Prospective Graduates of February 2019 The Department Office of Business Administration provides the preliminary graduation qualification review and graduation information for the prospective graduates of February 2019 in order to reduce their anxiety for graduation and also to prevent mistakes in advance. For those who are expected graduate soon, please carefully read the guidelines and attachment below to avoid any disadvantages. I. Preliminary Graduation Qualification Review 1. Eligibility: Prospective graduates of February 2019 (students whose first major is Business Administration, double majors, and dual degrees included) 1) Due to a high number of visitors, those who have received a text message from KUBS can check their graduation qualification. 2) Pending graduates do not have to visit the office to check their graduation qualification. They can graduate at the end of corresponding semester once the graduation requirements are submitted. 2. Period: October 31, 2018 (Wed) – November 2, 2018 (Fri) : Double major from other departments, Dual degree, 1st major-double major November 5, 2018 (Mon) - November 8, 2018 (Thur) : 1st major-intensive major 3. Time: 10:00 – 17:00 (excluding lunch break; 11:50 – 13:00) 4. Venue: The Department Office of Business Administration (Room 103 in KUBS Main Building) 5. Inquiries: The Department Office of Business Administration (Tel: 02-3290-2702) II. Important Information 1. Contact Information Update 1) Important notices regarding graduation will be announced via phone and e-mail. 2) KUPID > Registration&Graduation > Edit University Registration 2. Confirming and Correcting Korean/English Name for Diploma 1) KUPID > Registration&Graduation > University Registration > University Registration Inquiries 2) If you do not enter your English name, your English diploma will not be issued. 3) Your diploma will be printed with your Korean/English name as it appears on KUPID (double check your English name such as uppercase and lowercase letters, spelling, and space). 4) If any correction is needed, send an email with the student ID number and corrected name to firstname.lastname@example.org by the end of December (students majoring in Business Administration or dual degree students only; double majoring students must contact the office of their major department). 5) After correction is made, confirm your name on KUPID. 6) Once your diploma is issued, the name cannot be revised. 3. Deadline for Graduation Requirements 1) February Graduation – First Friday of January / August Graduation – First Friday of July 2) Students must submit all documents to the Department Office of Business Administration by visit or mail. ※ Mailing Address: Room 103, Korea University Business School Main Building, 145 Anam-ro, Seongbuk-gu, Seoul (make sure to indicate your student ID number and contact information). 3) Your submission status will be available on the portal one week after submitting your documents. 4. Second Major/Minor Cancellation 1) KUPID > 학적/졸업 > 학적사항 > 다중전공포기신청 (only available on the Korean portal) 2) Students must cancel the second major (and minor if applicable) by the end of December in order to graduate in February as intensive major. 5. Graduation Album (students whose first major is Business Administration and dual degrees only) 1) Photoshoot Schedule: TBA. For further information, please refer to the notice on the KUBS website or KUPID. 2) Students will receive a bill after photoshoot. 3) Inquiries: Seven Color(세븐칼라) 02) 776-6666 6. Commencement Ceremony 1) Commencement ceremony will be held once a year in February (including August graduates). 2) The students whose major is Business as first major and dual degree are able to participate in the KUBS Commencement Ceremony. Graduation application will be done in February. 3) Notices regarding graduation gown rental will be announced in February.
[Undergraduate] Credit Withdrawal Request, Fall 2018
[Undergraduate] Credit Withdrawal Request, Fall 2018 「Korea University Regulations」 Article 51, Sub-article 4 A. Application Period 1) First round: September 27 (Thu) 10:00 AM – October 16 (Tue) 17:00 PM 2) Second round: December 17 (Mon) 10:00 AM – December 28 (Fri) 17:00 PM B. Application Procedure: please refer to the attached manual and follow the instruction.
! [Undergraduate] Registration, Re-Registration for ‘Freshmen Seminar’
■ As a part of SW Focused Institution, we commenced “GECT001 Computational Thinking” as a general education course from 2017. ■ Accordingly “Freshmen Seminar” opened on Fall semester will be replaced to “Computational Thinking”. ■ Students who commenced their degree prior to 2017 are advised to take “GECT001 Computational Thinking”, instead of GEKS002 (GEKS004). Spring Fall Course Title GEKS001 Freshmen Seminar GECT001 Computational Thinking Credit Hours 1 1 Grade P/F P/F Mode Classes distributed by academic advisor & Online Classes MOOC Cross-Listed Courses GEKS000 GEKS002, GEKS004 * Inquiries on ‘Computational Thinking’: SW Focused Institution Cooperation (#2555) * Inquiries on ‘Freshmen Seminar’: Institute for General Education (#1593)
! [Undergraduate] 2018 List of Cross-Listed Courses from Other Departments (Approved as Major Electives)
The Business School would like to inform you of cross-listed courses which count towards major electives. *Note* No additional documentation is required for the credit approval of cross-listed courses. Please note that the cross-listed courses below will not automatically be classified as major electives from “Graduation Assessment” menu on the Portal. However, when the graduation requirements are assessed by the administrative staff, cross-listed courses will be counted as major electives. Restrictions may apply when registering for cross-listed courses. Please refer to the corresponding departments for further enquiries. If there is a change of course title or course number, cross-listed courses will still be acknowledged as major elective courses. Credit approval of cross-listed courses is not allowed for credit exchanges between universities in South Korea. Courses that are not listed below are not permitted for cross-listing. As regards the cross-listed courses that have been revised due to the abolition of College of Law, those will count towards major elective courses upon graduate assessment. - List of Cross-listed Courses from Other Departments (2018) - Course No. Department Course Title Cross-Listing Note JURA204 Department of Law Corporations Law JURA158 Business LawⅠ JURA247 The Establishment, Operations and Law of Business - JURA158, JURA247: cross-listed courses of JURA204 - Courses that have already been completed are acknowledged as major elective courses JURA251 Department of Law Administrative Law JURA305 Administrative LawⅠ JURA306 Administrative LawⅡ - JURA305 & JURA 306 combined as JURA251, ‘Administrative Law’ - Completed courses count as major elective courses JURA301 Department of Law Business Law JURA159 Business Law II JURA207 General Principles of Commercial Law and the Law of Commercial Transactions JURA303 Law of Bills of Exchange, Promissory Notes and Cheques - JURA159, JURA207, JURA303: cross-listed courses of JURA301 - Completed courses count as major elective courses JURA332 Remedies in Administrative Law - Course Discontinued. No cross-listed course - Completed courses count as major elective courses PAPP151 College of Political Science & Economics Logical Inquiry of Public Administration PAPP150 Introduction to Public Administration - Course number revised - Completed courses count as major elective courses ECON333 Department of Economics Public Finance ECON334 Department of Economics Theory of Taxation ECON201 Department of Economics Microeconomics ECON202 Department of Economics Macroeconomics ECON335 Department of Economics International Finance IFLS309 The Institute of Foreign Language Studies Business English IFLS161 Business English Lab - Revised: IFLS161 cross-listed study of IFLS309 - Completed courses count as major elective courses IFLS162 The Institute of Foreign Language Studies Business English Lab EGRN320 Department of Engineering Understanding Technology for Executives
ATTN [Undergraduate] New LAW Course Opening From 2018
Followed by the abolition of College of Law from Spring 2018, “School of Law” commences courses for undergraduate students. 1. How to search for new courses (sugang.korea.ac.kr) A. Major subject: search from ‘법학전문대학원(관)’ (NOT from ‘College of Law’) B. General subject: search from ‘General Studies’ > ‘Major-related Elective’ 2. Note A. Additional course open ‘Constitutional Law’ and ‘Civil Law’ open, as requested by students. B. Course title revised - ‘Corporation Law 2’ -‘Corporation Law 2’ has been revised to ‘Commercial Law’ (JURA301) -‘Commercial Law’ is a cohesive course combining ‘General Principles of Commercial Law and the Law of Commercial Transactions’ and ‘Wechsel-Scheckrecht’, and it will be acknowledged as a cognate course. -Please note that if you have selected ‘Corporation Law 2’ on the preferred course list system, it has been automatically updated to ‘Commercial Law’. School of Law Administrative Office
ATTN [Undergraduate] List of Cross-Listed Courses from Other Departments (Approved as Major Electives) (Revised 2018)
The Business School would like to inform you of cross-listed courses which count towards major electives. *Note* No additional documentation is required for the credit approval of cross-listed courses. Please note that the cross-listed courses below will not automatically be classified as major electives from “Graduation Assessment” menu on the Portal. However, when the graduation requirements are assessed by the administrative staff, cross-listed courses will be counted as major electives. Restrictions may apply when registering for cross-listed courses. Please refer to the corresponding departments for further inquiries. If there is a change of course title or course number, cross-listed courses will still be acknowledged as major elective courses. Credit approval of cross-listed courses is not allowed for credit exchanges between universities in South Korea. Courses that are not listed below are not permitted for cross-listing. List of Cross-Listed Courses (Major Electives) Course No. Department Course Title Note JURA204 (=JURA158) Department of Law Corporations Law (=Business Law Ⅰ) Revised Cross-listed course JURA251 (=JURA305) (=JURA306) Department of Law Administrative Law (=Introduction of Administrative Law) (= ) JURA301 (=JURA159) Department of Law Business Law (=Corporation Law II) Cross-listed Course JURA332 Department of Law Administrative Law II PAPP151 (=PAPP150) College of Political Science & Economics Remedies in Administration Law Department of Public Administration Introduction to Public Administration ECON333 Department of Economics Public Finance (English) ECON334 Department of Economics ECON201 Department of Economics Microeconomics ECON202 Department of Economics Macroeconomics ECON335 Department of Economics International Finance IFLS309 (=IFLS161) The Institute of Foreign Language Studies Business English (=Corporation English) Revised Cross-listed course IFLS162 The Institute of Foreign Language Studies Business English Lab EGRN320 Department of Engineering Introduction to Technology
ATTN [Undergraduate] “Writing” General Education Program
This is an announcement for students who commence their degree in 2018 regarding a first-year compulsory course, “Writing”. Course Outline Course Classification Course No. Course Title Credit (Class per week) Maximum no. of students per classes General Education GEWR001 Writing 2(3) Approx.60 First-time registrations can be made for regular semesters only. Not applicable for Summer/Winter school sessions. Course Opening Semester by Faculties Semester 1 Semester 2 College of Liberal Arts, College of Life Sciences and Biotechnology, College of Science, College of Engineering, College of Nursing, College of Medicine, College of Health Science, Student-Athletes Business School, College of Political Science and Economics, College of Education (exclusive of student-athletes), School of Art and Design, Division of International Studies, School of Media, School of Interdisciplinary Studies, Department of Computer Science and Engineering, School of Information Security, Overseas Korean The course opening varies by faculties. Students are required to register accordingly. Students are advised to check the timetable before registering for “Writing” course. Classes for student-athletes, School of Information Security, Overseas Korean, Registering/Re-registering (repeating) students will be held separately. If you are not a first-year student, you must register for “Registering class” if this is first time registration; you must register for “Re-registering class” if you need to repeat the course. Commencing Students - Foreign Applicant Admission Process First-year students who were accepted via Foreign Applicant admission process are required to register for “GETE015 Thinking and WritingⅠ” and “GETE016 Thinking and Writing Ⅱ” consecutively. Register for Beginning/Intermediate/Advanced class following guideline from International Education Center. Students must register for classes in accordance with their levels. For further information: 02-3290-1340, 1593 / email@example.com (Institute for General Education)
ATTN [Undergraduate] “Thinking and Expression” Course Registration- Amended (Regular Class)
This is an announcement that “Thinking and Expression”, general electives course has been discontinued; instead “Writing” commences from 2018. Course Outline Prior to 2018 Revised Course Classification Course No. Course Title Credit (Class per week) Discontinued on Course Classification Course No. Course Title Credit (Class per week) Commence on General Education GETE011 Thinking and ExpressionⅠ 2(2) 2.28.2018 General Education GEWR001 Writing 2(3) 3.1.2018 General Education GETE012~014 Thinking and ExpressionⅡ 2(2) 2.28.2018 Elective General Education SPFL131 Advanced Writing 2(3) 3.1.2018 Please note that “Thinking and ExpressionⅠ&Ⅱ” are required elements for graduation. Please refer to below, if you have not completed the course (or if you have to repeat the course). Students who commenced their degree prior to 2018 – when registering/re-registering for “Thinking and ExpressionⅠ&Ⅱ” Students may register/re-register for GEWR001 instead of GETE011. Students may register for SPFL131 instead of GETE012-014. The courses will be count towards general education courses. Repeating class of GEWR001 and SPF131 will open each semester. “Thinking and Expression” Class for International Student Students who were admitted via foreign applicants’ admission process may register to “GETE015, GEGE016 Thinking and Expression”, as before. For further information: firstname.lastname@example.org [Institute for General Education]