Academic program


To complete an undergraduate program, the required period of residence is four years. To be conferred a Bachelor's

degree, a student must take at least 140 units with a GPA of 2.0 or above and complete a thesis within 6 years.

One course credit is given to a lecture/class course meeting 1 hour per week for 15 weeks; for laboratory/practical

course, meeting 2 hours per week for 15weeks. In practice, many courses are offered to last a semester and will lead

to 2-3 credits upon completion. Courses are classified into two groups: General Courses and other courses which are

offered by each department. General Courses are designed to provide the students with a liberal education that broadens

their knowledge in each of the major areas of human knowledge. Students should obtain a minimum of 42 credits from

this group of courses in order to graduate. Each department also offers courses that are designed to deepen the

student's understanding of a specific area so as to prepare the student to apply this knowledge to his or her career.

Students must obtain a minimum of 45 credits from the courses offered by the department of their major, including all

of the required courses. Music students must obtain a minimum of 66 credits from their major. Those who want to beco

me a qualified school teacher in Korea must obtain 20 additional credits from the required courses of the Teacher Training

Program in addition to 45 credits from the courses in their major.
Students must obtain 2 credits of disciple Training Program, and each student must pass the chapel attendance

requirement for 8 semesters. The maximum full-time semester load is 21 units but a student whose GPA from the previous

semester is 3.7 or above can take up to 24 units. A graduation thesis is required of each student, but the Department of

Church Music requires a graduation performance instead.
- Grading


The grade for a course is determined on the basis of the results of the examination, research papers, class
attendance and class performance.
Grades are defined as follows:
Grade A+ A0 B+ B0 C+ C0 D+ D0 F
Grade Points 4.5 4.0 3.5 3.0 2.5 2.0 1.5 1.0 0 Chapel and performance is indicated by letter grades, and in some courses

so prescribed, students may be given a grade of "P" for pass or "F" for fail. The GPA is calculated by multiplying grade points

by the number of credits of the courses.