Overview

To earn an undergraduate degree, students are required to meet the general education requirements in the areas of foundation studies, major foundation studies, and liberal arts.

REQUIRED COURSEWORK (130 & 140 CREDITS)

Major General Education
(Core Requirements)
Major Requirements Electives Total
Foundation
Studies
Major
Foundation
Studies
Liberal
Arts*
Major Non-Major
Business Administration
(Humanities & Social Science)
16 credits 14 credits 10 credits 54 credits 10 credits 26 credits 130 credits
International Studies
(Humanities & Social Science)
20 credits 14 credits 10 credits 54 credits 10 credits 22 credits 130 credits
Film & Video
(Culture & Arts)
20 credits 14 credits 10 credits 54 credits 10 credits 22 credits 130 credits
Digital Contents
(Science & Technology)
20 credits 18 credits 10 credits 54 credits 10 credits 18 credits 130 credits
Computer Engineering
(Science &) Technology
20 credits 17 credits 10 credits 56 credits 10 credits 17 credits 130 credits
Biomedical Lab Science
(Science & Technology)
20 credits 17 credits 10 credits 90 credits 3 credits 140 credits

* Liberal arts courses are classified into different sections according to their academic field. Each major belongs to a different acadecmic field as indicated above in red letters. For example, the course "Introduction to International Environmental Law" is in the section "Humanities and Social Social Science." Business Administration major belongs"Humanities & Social Science."

Students must take 10 credits of liberal arts courses, however, 6 credits out of 10 must be taken from three different sections beyond their academic field of their majors. Thus Business Administration major students must take a course in science and technology, culture and arts, and global to make up 6 credits.