'2+2' JOINT DEGREE PROGRAMS

The Game Development Major operates '2+2' Joint Degree Programs with its international partners. It focuses on developing students' creative potential while instilling the technical skills and multilingual proficiencies needed for success.

Joint Degree with Mykolas Romeris University(Lithuania)

The Lithuanian Ministry of Education officially approved a 2+2 Joint Degree Program between Dongseo University (DSU) and Mykolas Romeris University (MRU) in the field of Informatics and Digital Contents. It was launched in September of 2014. Students admitted to the joint degree program take fundamental courses in their major along with Korean language courses at MRU for the first two years of the program. Then they complete the remaining two years of the program at DSU.

Joint Degree with Petra Christian University(Indonesia)

Petra Christian University (PCU) is a major private Christian university in Surabaya, Indonesia, established in 1961. PCU and DSU launched a 2+2 Joint Degree Program in November of 2014. Degrees from both universities will be awarded to students who complete two years of study at PCU and two years of study at DSU in the field of digital contents.

CURRICULUM

REQUIRED COURSEWORK(MINIMUM 65 CREDITS)

To earn a bachelor's degree in Digital Contents, students are required to complete a total of minimum 65 credits at Dongseo University.

Courses

Core Requirements(General Education) Major Requirements Electives Total
Foundation Studies Major Foundation Studies

Liberal Education

Major Non-Major
20 credits 18 credits 10 credits 54 credits 10 credits 18 credits 130 credits

4-YEAR STUDY PLAN 

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Year

Semester

Course

Type

Course

University

Credits

1

1

Contemporary mathematics

MRU

6

Psychology

MRU

6

Introduction to digital contents

MRU

6

Databases

MRU

6

Fundamentals of programming

MRU

6

2

Game design

MRU

6

Game mathematics

MRU

6

Data structures and algorithms

MRU

6

Computer graphics

MRU

6

Professional english

MRU

6

2

1

Basic sculpturing

MRU

6

Computer network architectures

MRU

6

Object oriented design and

programming

MRU

6

Professional english

MRU

6

Elective

Artificial intelligence in games

MRU

6

Elective

Matte painting

MRU

2

Philosophy

MRU

6

Cinematopgrphy and editing

MRU

6

3D modeling

MRU

6

Elective

Game scenario and game level

design

MRU

6

Elective

Game engine architectures

MRU

6

3

1

Major

Contents Workshop 2더보기

DSU

3

Major

Game System Design더보기

DSU

3

Major

Programming Method더보기

DSU

3

Elective

Database Design 더보기

DSU

3

Elective

3D Graphics Programming 더보기

DSU

3

Elective

Big Data Processing 더보기

DSU

3

2

Major

Contents Workshop 3 더보기

DSU

3

Major

Game Tool Programming 더보기

DSU

3

Major

3D Game Programming 더보기

DSU

3

Elective

Artificial Intelligence 더보기

DSU

3

Elective

Computer Graphics 더보기

DSU

3

Elective

Cloud Computing 더보기

DSU

3

4

1

Major

Contents Workshop 4 더보기

DSU

3

Major

Game Project 1 더보기

DSU

3

Major

Using Game Engine 더보기

DSU

3

Major

Required

Research Method 더보기

DSU

3

2

Major

Contents Workshop 5 더보기

DSU

3

Major

Game Project 2 더보기

DSU

3

Major

Required

Bachelor’s Thesis더보기

DSU

6

Major

Required

Portfolio 더보기

DSU

3

Graduation Requirement

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.

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

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.

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

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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

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.