MajorsDigital ContentsGraduation Requirement

Graduation Requirement

  1. 1. Objective

1-1. As the concept of Division of Digital contents is transformed into a track (from 2010), the graduation regulations for each track are integrated to form common regulations, and detailed regulations are applied so that the detailed functions at the lower section can be applied correctly.

  

1-2. The amended graduation regulations aim to empower talented individuals who are able to adapt to changing industrial environments and lead the environment for creative content development, and ensure that the unique ability of individual students is demonstrated.

2. Main Content

2-1. In accordance with the changing contents industry trend, the contents that reflect the specificity of each track and industry-specific education methods in the graduation regulations are divided into three areas such as education, research and development, and industry-university cooperation.

  

2-2. Considering the purpose of study such as major track, function, industry-university cooperation, employment, etc., students are expected to prepare their own portfolio and at least one graduation project which is going to be evaluated.

  

2-3. Composition of Graduation Assessment Committee

a. In order to establish and implement the correct graduation regulations, a graduation assessment committee shall be established for each year to promote graduation assessment work.

b. Graduation Assessment Chairperson: The IC(International College) responsible professor approved by the Dean shall appoint one of the graduation assessment committee members as the graduation assessment committee chairperson and promote the assessment work in accordance with the regulations. (Track 'graduation assessment committee' can not be concluded)

c. Graduation Assessment Committee: One representative professor will be selected on the track to ensure that the graduation work of the policy fiduciary and prospective graduates of the track can be carried out smoothly.

d. Representative Graduates: One representative of each prospective graduate by track should be selected and recommended by the track professor so that graduation work (communication, preparation, progress, etc.) can be supported.

e. Administrative Officer: The designated administrative assistant will assist the administrative process necessary for the graduation of the prospective student in accordance with the decision of the Graduation Assessment Committee.

   2-4. Graduation Project Area Description Table.

Area

Detail Area

Detail Area Definition

How to participate

Project Decision

Organize member

Industry-

University cooperation

Industry-

University cooperation

Project

Cooperation or joint development under the supervision of industry and development and progress of the project with the purpose of commercialization.

Presenting project plans including synopsis, scenarios, storyboards, game design, animatics, and more.

Approval of graduation Assessment Committee after project presentation on each track.

No limit on the number of students (approve through portfolio review).

Development

Brand

Project

Development and progress of the projects necessary to contribute to the improvement potential of the majors and to contribute to the growth potential as a special purpose project with clear objective of strategic value for development of track and detail major.

Approval of graduation assessment committee after presentation of prospective graduates.

Three or less (requires a major base configuration plan).

Graduation Project

Graduation Project that are unique and have a connection to academic value or entrepreneurship.

Research

Graduation Thesis

A Study on the Development of Converging major and New Media Contents.

Submission and presentation of the prototypes or learning 

issues that have been developed in an academic presentation format.

Approval of graduation assessment committee 

after presentation of prospective graduates.

Individual and 

team formation.

Etc.

· Coordination of contradictions in accordance with the topics and exceptions in special cases, and deliberation and coordination by the 'Graduation Assessment Committee'

Individuals and Teams

3. Notice of graduation and announcement

3-1. Graduates will have a briefing session as an Artist and Technician: based on the five skill unit classification methods such as Basic, Pre-Production, Production, Post-Production and Program step.

4. Preparatory process for applying for graduation

4-1. Prospective graduates must apply for graduation at least one year prior to the expected date of graduation in accordance with the rules outlined below.

※ Application example: Graduation in February 2019, apply before February 2018 / Graduation in August 2020, apply before August 2019.

4-2. Prior review contents of graduation work application qualification

       ※ Refer to <Figure 1 Procedure> when applying

① Meet the basic academic skills for games, animation, and vfx according to the subject of the course (more than 4 semesters major studies).

② Specific major setting: If your major exists in the relevant industry group and your approval is decided by your advisor.

       ※ www.ourttm.com > Profile, Human Resource, used to self-management writing and  advisor interview

③ Portfolio composition: Resume, Structure, Game Design/Game Architecture Document, Demo reel, etc. can be submitted in writing, published online and presented.

       ※ www.ourttm.com> Portfolio preparation and interview with professor.

④ Graduation work plan: Submit synopsis, scenario, storyboard, game design, animatics, etc. in written form, online posting and presentation.

⑤ Progress and final contents Published online at: www.ourttm.com

<Figure 1 Procedure>

   4-3. Exception

① Students who can not attend the graduation work for more than one year due to health problem or with committee's approval, may be eligible for graduation if they satisfy the work and thesis conditions set by the committee.

② Other exceptional situation (competition, dissertation) not mentioned in this document, the agreement of the committee can decide either to graduate prospective graduates.

5. Application information for Graduation Assessment

5-1. Prepared prospective graduates must apply for an assessment such as first evaluation⇨second evaluation⇨final evaluation, according to the following:


  

5-2. In the case of the first evaluation, prospective graduates meeting can be held in advance according to the preparation level of the graduate project.

Area Detail area

Common preparation procedures for graduation assessment

Subject Completion Set up specialty Portfolio(Submission and presentation)

Graduation work plan (submission and presentation)

Industry

university cooperation

Industry-

university cooperation

project

·Completion of major courses over

4 semesters.

· Advisory professor interviews and set up evaluation and functioning should be approved .

· Complete portfolio of TTM through track and career design courses

Complete TTM portfolio section through track and career plan courses

· Portfolio submission with clear link of function.

  -Resume.

  -Structure.

  -Demo Reel.

-Game Design Document

-Game Architecture Document

  - Write to TTM.

※ According to "6-2. Definition and criteria of portfolio distribution".

· Prospective graduates should participate the projects after applying participation plan (including the learning plan that covers systematically theories and techniques according to the core tasks of the topic being pursued).

Research

Brand project

·Prospective graduates participation plan (Including a learning plan that can enhance the quality of the specific majors chosen by the core task of the subject pursued) should be expressed in detail in the strategic technology development section, which is the basic purpose of the project.

Graduation project

·Purpose of the work(Describe theories and techniques according to core tasks of the subject pursued by prospective graduates systematically) and plan(Synopsis, Scenario, Storyboard, Game Design, Animatics, Personnel Planning, Production Schedule, etc.) of the work should be expressed in detail.

Graduation Thesis

· Submit and present prototypes or learning issues that have been developed in an academic format.

Etc

Regulatory contradiction adjustment

· Adjustment needed in case of employed by other majors and circumstances.

※ Enrollment possible for students.

6. Graduation Assessment Criteria

6-1. Prospective graduates are divided into qualitative and quantitative evaluations according to the following 'evaluation criteria table' and apply three regular assessments (first evaluation, second evaluation, and final evaluation).

① Not pass if the total score of the qualitative and quantitative evaluation is less than 60 points in the first , second, and third evaluation points, and the regular examination procedure should be applied.

a. If there is no request to amend the conditions of the 'Graduation Assessment Committee', the review will not proceed.

b. If there is a request for a conditional review of the Graduation Assessment Committee, the conditions must be met within the period

② If the score obtained by each category (Ⓐ ~ Ⓘ) is lower than 50% . will not pass even with the total score of the qualitative and quantitative evaluation is more than 60 points in the first , second, and third evaluation points.

a. Items with a score of less than 50% for each category (Ⓐ to Ⓘ) must be satisfied within the procedure and period specified by the Graduation Assessment Committee.

※ Scoring and weighting of quantitative evaluation by major track and detailed function can be adjusted.

 

Evaluation Category

Reference value

Evaluation area classification

Graduation examination division

① First evaluation (and points)

② Second evaluation (and  points)

③ Third evaluation (and points)

Qualitative evaluation

Judge

Weighted by category

Self-Brand and Learning Management

Ⓐ Resume

10

50

Whether pass, fail, and re-evaluation review 5 50

Self care

10 50

Whether TTM self-brand management items are assigned.

Ⓑ Structure 15 15 15

Ⓒ Demo Reel 

/Game Design Document

15

15 15

Ⓓ TTM self management / Self introduction letter management.

Role model and competency management.

 

Learning and major track management.

 

Portfolio management.

10

15 10

Quantitative evaluation

Self-brand and career management

Ⓔ Artistic Imagination

/Originality

10 50

Graduation work progress measured by checkups

10 50

Whether pass, fail, and re-evaluation review,

10 50

Whether pass, fail, and re-evaluation review,

Self-brand and career management

Ⓕ Artistic Composition

/Creativity

10 10 10

Ⓖ Artistic Persuasion

/Scale

10 10 10

Ⓗ Artistic Expression

/Perfection

10 10 10

Ⓘ Completion of graduation work plan/report and detailed contents

  Synopsis (concept, modeling)

 

Scenario

  Storyboard

Game Design

 

Animatics (and final image)

10

The degree of arrangement of the final product

10 10
합계 100 100 100 100 100 100

6-2. Portfolio Rating and Criteria

- Managing skills and capacity with Academic advisor/ Steady graduation standards and planning management through induction of graduation assessment committee.

Evaluation Category

Evaluation area classification

 

Definition of Points

 

Note

Qualitative evaluation

 

Self-brand and learning Management

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Ⓐ Self introduction letter management

 

 

 

 

-TTM> My Information> Self-Brand> Filled out a self-introduction letter and appropriate for a prospective graduate.

 

- How to manage

  . Advisor supervision and approval: Establishment of hierarchical structure of step-by-step guidance interviews in the first to fourth grade.

  . Self-introduction, role model and competency management learning from track planning courses.

  . Majors track, portfolio writing are learned in career planning courses.

 

Self-Brand and Learning ManagementⒷ Role model and capability management

-TTM> My Information> Self-Brand> Filled out Role Model and Capability information and Appropriate for prospective  Graduate.

 

 

- How to manage

  . Advisor supervision and approval: Establishment of hierarchical structure of step-by-step guidance interviews in the first to fourth grade.

  . Self-introduction, role model and competency management learning from track planning courses.

  . Majors track, portfolio writing are learned in career planning courses.

Self-Brand and Learning Management

Ⓒ Learning and major track management

 

-TTM> My Information> Self-Brand> Filled out Learning and Major Tracks and  Appropriate for prospective graduate.

 

 

- How to manage

  . Advisor supervision and approval: Establishment of hierarchical structure of step-by-step guidance interviews in the first to fourth grade.

  . Self-introduction, role model and competency management learning from track planning courses.

  . Majors track, portfolio writing are learned in career planning courses.

Self-Brand and Learning ManagementⒹ Portfolio management

-TTM> My Information> Self-Brand> Create a portfolio and appropriate for a  prospective graduate.

 

 

- How to manage

  . Advisor supervision and approval: Establishment of hierarchical structure of step-by-step guidance interviews in the first to fourth grade.

  . Self-introduction, role model and competency management learning from track planning courses.

  . Majors track, portfolio writing are learned in career planning courses.

Self-Brand and Learning ManagementⒺ Graduation project plan/ report

 

- Prepare graduation work plans in the fields of industry, research, etc., and appropriate for prospective graduate.

 


※ TTM> My information> Expected to rename portfolio management as self-brand ⇨ Inserting the graduation project plan function into My information

6-3. Definition and criteria of quantitative points

- Managing functions and portfolios with Academic advisor/ Implementation of a graduation plan through induction of graduation assessment committee.

Assessment classification

Evaluation area classification

Definition of Points

Note

 

Quantitative evaluation

 

Self-brand and career management

Ⓕ Artistic Imagination

/Originality

- Items required for measuring individual ability such as artistic setting planning and engineering system planning by track and special area

 

- How to manage

  . Advisor supervision and approval: Establishment of hierarchical structure of step-by-step guidance interviews in the first to fourth grade.

  . Self-introduction, role model and competency management learning from track planning courses.

  . Majors track, portfolio writing are learned in career planning courses.

 

 

 

Self-brand and career managementⒼ Artistic Composition

/Creativity

- Items required for measuring individual ability such as artistic setting planning and engineering system planning by track and special area

 

 

 

 

- How to manage

  . Advisor supervision and approval: Establishment of hierarchical structure of step-by-step guidance interviews in the first to fourth grade.

  . Self-introduction, role model and competency management learning from track planning courses.

  . Majors track, portfolio writing are learned in career planning courses.

 

 

Self-brand and career managementⒽ Artistic Persuasion

/Scale

- Items required for measuring individual ability such as artistic setting planning and engineering system planning by track and special area

 

 

 

 

- How to manage

  . Advisor supervision and approval: Establishment of hierarchical structure of step-by-step guidance interviews in the first to fourth grade.

  . Self-introduction, role model and competency management learning from track planning courses.

  . Majors track, portfolio writing are learned in career planning courses.

 

 

Self-brand and career managementⒾ Artistic Expression

/Perfection

 - Items required for measuring individual ability such as artistic setting planning and engineering system planning by track and special area

 

 

 

 

- How to manage

  . Advisor supervision and approval: Establishment of hierarchical structure of step-by-step guidance interviews in the first to fourth grade.

  . Self-introduction, role model and competency management learning from track planning courses.

  . Majors track, portfolio writing are learned in career planning courses.

 

 

Self-brand and career managementⒿ Progress and final report

- Items required for measuring individual ability such as artistic setting planning and engineering system planning by track and special area

- Prospective graduates will follow weekly progress reports.

- The weekly progress report is required and collected with the final report submitted.


6-4. Graduation work development certification table-1 (example)

Major

Area

Details

Marks

Note

Pre Production

Story on the Line

[SynopsisInTheSubject]

Pre ProductionStory on the Line [ScenarioInTheStory]

Pre ProductionEvidence of Original Design

[Character Develop & Design]

Pre ProductionEvidence of Original Design [Background   Develop & Design]

Pre ProductionPrevisualization on the Story

[Visual Story Telling Ability]

Pre ProductionPrevisualization on the Story [Detailed   Storyboarding Ability]

Pre ProductionPrevisualization on the Story Pre-layout design

Pre ProductionShowtime

DemoReel

Pre ProductionShowtime [Animatic]

Production

Modeling Strengths

[Information Build Up]

ProductionModeling Strengths [Completion of Character Modeling]

ProductionModeling Strengths [Completion of Background Modeling]

ProductionTexture Mapping Strengths

[Information Build   Up]

ProductionTexture Mapping Strengths [Completion of Texture Mapping]

ProductionTexture Mapping Strengths [Attention to Detail]

ProductionRealistic Set Design

[Layout Design   with Camera and Action]

ProductionRealistic Set Design [Lighting]

ProductionRealistic Set Design [Subject Effect]

ProductionRealistic Set Design [Circumstances Effect]

ProductionAnimation Strengths

[Information Build Up]

ProductionAnimation Strengths [Character Set Up]

ProductionAnimation Strengths [Facial Expression & Lip Synch Set Up]

ProductionAnimation Strengths [Combine Each Scene Animations]

ProductionAnimation Strengths [Clips of Opening]

ProductionAnimation Strengths [Clips of Introduction]

ProductionAnimation Strengths [Clips of development]

ProductionAnimation Strengths [Clips of turn]

ProductionAnimation Strengths [Clips of Conclusion]

ProductionAnimation Strengths[Clips of Ending   Credit]

ProductionRendering, Composite, Image Fix

[Rendering Performance]

ProductionRendering, Composite, Image FixRotoscoping, Blue Screen, Layer Mix, Image Fix

Post Production

Audio

Main Track

Post ProductionAudioSound Effect

Post ProductionAudioVoice

Post ProductionEdit

Color Adjustment

Post Production

Transition

Feedback

Research

Artistic Imagination

FeedbackResearchArtistic Composition

FeedbackPresentation

Artistic Persuasion

FeedbackPresentationArtistic Expression

6-5. Graduation work development certification table-2 (example)

Major

Area

Details

Marks

Note

Pre

Production

Game Idea

Story(World View)

 

 

ProductionGame IdeaUniqueness

 

Pre

 

 

 

 

ProductionGame Design

Game Design Document

 

 

Pre

 

 

 

 

ProductionGame DesignCore Gameplay

 

 

Pre

 

 

 

 

ProductionGame DesignReference Game, Postmortem of Existing Game

 

 

Production

Gameplay

Implementation Issue

 

 

ProductionGameplayControl, Visual Effect, and Feedback to User

 

 

ProductionGameplaySound, Music

 

 

ProductionArt

Support for Art  Completeness, Polishing

 

 

ProductionArtSupport for Art Uniqueness, Consistency

 

 

ProductionArtSupport for Art Scale, Ingame Animation

 

 

ProductionArtSupport for UI

 

 

ProductionProgramming

Technical Difficulty

 

 

ProductionProgrammingScale

 

 

ProductionProgrammingCompleteness

 

 

ProductionProgrammingOptimization and Efficiency

 

 

ProductionProgrammingArtificial Intelligence

 

 

Post

Production

Maintenance

Game Architecture  Document

 

 

ProductionMaintenanceRefactoring, and comment

 

Post

 

 

 

 

ProductionMaintenanceRelease Plan

 

 

Post

 

 

 

 

ProductionMaintenanceMarketing Plan

 

 

7. Ownership regulations and other documents related to graduation and in-school works

7-1. Ownership of the content of the graduation work is attributed to the student and the faculty can not claim ownership.

7-2. Results produced by graduation work and curriculum activities can be used by faculties and schools for education and publicity.

7-3. The completed graduation work must be exhibited at an exhibition recognized by the committee.