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[Computer Eng. Sophomores] Class Schedule for Fall Semester, 2017

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Course List for Computer Engineering Sophomores (the second year students)

 Must-Take Courses

 

Course Classification

Course Code

Class #

Course Name

Credits

Major Required Courses

310071

101

Advanced Programming

3

Major Required Courses

310079

101

Software Development Practice1

3

Major Electives

324374

101

Digital Engineering and Experiments

3

Major Electives

322004

101

Discrete Mathematics

3

Foundation Studies

146452

101

Public Service3

1

Foundation Studies

110503 or 110001

101

English 3 or Korean1

2

1) You must sign up all the courses (major and foundation studies) listed in the table (total credits: 15)
2) The course "Advanced Programming" will start from 28/08/2017 – 17/10/2017 during this semester. The schedule is of this course is subject to change. According to the course schedule, it opens only on Monday. However, you have the class on both Monday and Friday from 28/08/2017 – 17/10/2017. Your course professor will inform of the schedule in the first week of the semester.
3) The course "Software Development Practice1" will start from 18/10/2017 – 08/12/2017 during this semester. The schedule is of this course is subject to change. According to the course schedule, it opens only on Friday. However, you have the class on both Monday and Friday from 18/10/2017 – 08/12/2017. Your course professor will inform of the schedule in the first week of the semester.

4) Even if some courses are not shown in the schedule, you must register the courses. (Ex. Public Service)

5) Based on your track application that you already submitted, you can register English 3 or Korean 1.

6) You can choose Global Liberal Arts Programs (GLAP) or Korean courses as liberal arts courses or the courses in other majors.

  

 

Recommended courses in other majors

Business Administration Freshmen Course

Business Administration Sophomores Course

Business Administration Theory

Marketing

Accounting Principle

Human Resource Management

Culture Contents Introduction

Intermediate Accounting

 

 

Digital Contents Freshmen Course

Introduction to Digital Contents

Figure Drawing

Photography

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

  

 

DIS Freshmen Course

DIS Sophomores Course

Research Design and Data

International Business Management

Topics in International Studies

Brand Management

Contemporary Issues 2

Corporate Case Study

 

 

 

 

 

 

Introduction to International Economics

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

7) You can sign up maximum 19 credits from the second year of your study.