Korea University School of Electrical Engineering

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Undergraduate

At least 130 credits, where 73 credits must be taken in major courses (required major courses and selective major courses) are required for graduation.
Required major courses (43 credits)
Selective major courses (24 + 6 credits)

Major Subject


graduation requirement - major subject
Course Classification Course No. Course Name Credit
(hour)
Required major courses
(43 credits)
KECE 203 Circuit Theory Ⅰ 3(3)
KECE 204 Circuit Theory Ⅱ 3(3)
KECE 205 Circuit Theory and Laboratory 1(3)
KECE 206 Engineering Electromagnetics 3(3)
KECE 207 Digital System Design 3(3)
KECE 208 Data Structure and Algorithm 3(3)
KECE 209 Probability and Random Process 3(3)
KECE 210 Digital System Design and Laboratory 1(3)
KECE 212 Physical Electronics 3(3)
KECE 231 Engineering Mathematics I 3(3)
KECE 232 Engineering Mathematics II 3(3)
KECE 301 Electronic Circuits I 3(3)
KECE 302 Electronic Circuits II 3(3)
KECE 303 Electronic Circuits and Laboratory I 1(3)
KECE 304 Electronic Circuits and Laboratory II 1(3)
KECE 403 Senior Design Ⅰ 3(3)
KECE 404 Senior Design Ⅱ 3(3)
Selective major courses
(Select 8 courses)
(24 credits)
KECE 313 Signal and Systems 3(3)
KECE 316 Data Network 3(3)
KECE 321 Communication SystemⅠ 3(3)
KECE 323 Electromagnetic Fields and Waves 3(3)
KECE 324 Communication SystemⅡ 3(3)
KECE 331 Semiconductor DevicesⅠ 3(3)
KECE 334 emiconductor DevicesⅡ 3(3)
KECE 340 Operating System 3(3)
KECE 343 Computer Architecture 3(3)
KECE 361 Electric Power Engineering I 3(3)
KECE 362 Electric Power Engineering II 3(3)
KECE 364 Electric Machines I 3(3)
KECE 370 Digital Signal Processing 3(3)
KECE 382 Control Engineering 3(3)
KECE 389 Engineering Internship I 3(3)
KECE 399 Engineering Internship II 3(3)
Others KECE 4** Select 2 classes (6 credits) among course number 4**



General Subject


graduation requirements - general subject
Section   Course No. Course Name Credit
(hour)
Note
First Year Courses Total 10 credits GETE 015 THINKING AND WRITING I 2(2)  
GETE 016 THINKING AND WRITING II 2(2)  
IFLS 003 ACADEMIC ENGLISH I 2(4)  
IFLS 004 ACADEMIC ENGLISH II 2(4)  
GEKS 001 FRESHMAN SEMINAR 1(1)  
GEKS 002 FRESHMAN SEMINAR 1(1)  
Core Electives Total 9 credits Ethics & Philosophy GECE Select 3 (each from different fields) 3(3)  
Literature & Art GELA 3(3)  
World Cultures GEFC 3(3)  
Quantitive Analysis GEQR 3(3)  
History GEHI 3(3)  
Sociological Studies GESO 3(3)  
Science & Technology GEST 3(3)  
Major-Related (Required) Total 27~28 credits MATH 161 CALCULUS WITH LAB I 3(4)  
MATH 162 CALCULUS WITH LAB II 3(4)  
EGRN 151 COMPUTER LANGUAGES LAB 3(4)  
PHYS 151 GENERAL PHYSICS Ⅰ 3(4)  
PHYS 161 GENERAL PHYSICS LABORATORY Ⅰ 1(3)  
PHYS 152 GENERAL PHYSICS Ⅱ 3(4)  
PHYS 162 GENERAL PHYSICS LABORATORY Ⅱ 1(3)  
CHEM 151 GENERAL CHEMISTRY Ⅰ 3(4)  
CHEM 153 GENERAL CHEMISTRY LABORATORY I 1(3)  
CHEM 152 GENERAL CHEMISTRY Ⅱ 3(4) At least 2 must be taken (6~7 credits) *In case of enrolling CHEM152, CHEM154 must be accompanied
CHEM 154 GENERAL CHEMISTRY LABORATORY Ⅱ 1(3)
EGRN 153 ENGINEERING STATISTICS 3(3)
LIBS 150 LIFE SCIENCES 3(3)
EGRN 150 ENGINEERING MECHANICS 3(3)
IMEN 151 INTRODUCTION TO LINEAR ALGEBRA 3(3)
Electives       2  
Other General Subjects       3 free to select any course among general studies
Business Administration Related Courses   EGRN 111 MANAGEMENT OF TECHNOLOGY AND BUSINESS STRATEGY 6 Select at least 2
(6 credits)
EGRN 200 ECONOMIC INVESTMENT DECISION ANALYSIS
IMEN 204 GENERAL ACCOUNTING AND COST ACCOUNTING
BUSS 205 MARKETING MANAGEMENT
BUSS 207 MARKETING MANAGEMENT
BUSS 211 INTRODUCTION TO OPERATIONS MANAGEMENT
BUSS 246 MANAGEMENT SCIENCE
BUSS 255 Strategic Management of Technology & Innovation
BUSS 311 ORGANIZATIONAL BEHAVIOR
BUSS 313 INTERNATIONAL BUSINESS
BUSS 152 PRINCIPLES OF ACCOUNTING
BUSS 215 INTRODUCTION TO MANAGEMENT INFORMATION SYSTEMS
BUSS 402 MANAGEMENT STRATEGY
BUSS 333 INTERNATIONAL PRODUCTION,PURCHASING AND R&D MANAGEMENT
BUSS 407 NEW PRODUCT DEVELOPMENT AND MARKETING
SPGE 145 MANAGEMENT OF PATENTS AND INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY
SUM       57~58