A bachelor's degree is awarded to a student who has passed the examination for graduation thesis and graduation certificate (or foreign language proficiency graduation certificate) after completing the prescribed courses and credits.
Be sure to check your graduation standards at the department office and academic team (Vision Tower Student Service Center)!
Criteria for prospective graduates
General Department (Major)
Those who have completed registration for 4 years (8 semesters) (10 semesters for 5-year architecture major)
A holdover student is a person who has completed the holdover year.
Those who have passed the graduation credits, graduation thesis (comprehensive graduation exam, graduation work, graduation performance, graduation practice), and graduation certification examination
Students who are taking a double major (2 conditions are met)
86 credits based on the required completion of the first major (required liberal arts + convergence liberal arts + creativity and convergence + related liberal arts + required major + elective major (33))
42 credits for double major engineering (required major or elective major)
* If you waive your double major, you should apply carefully as there is a risk that the 33 credits required for the first major graduation will be returned to the original criteria of 45 credits, which may cause the graduation semester to be exceeded, so please apply it carefully.
Students who are completing a minor (3 conditions are met)
98 credits required for the 1st major (required liberal arts + convergence liberal arts + creativity and convergence + related liberal arts + required major + elective major)
20 credits for the minor engineering department (required major + elective major)
2 credits (take desired subjects such as liberal arts, majors, and other majors)
Students in intensive major course
70 credits for the first major (15 required for major, 55 for elective majors)
If the total number of credits for graduation is insufficient even after completing all required areas and majors (70 credits), take the courses you want and graduate with a total of graduation credits
TOPIK Competency Graduation Certification
Korean track students only
After obtaining level 4 before graduation, submit the transcript to the International Exchange and Cooperation Team
It is impossible to graduate if not submitted.
Other Graduation Criteria
Students who do not have enough credits: According to the graduation criteria at the time of dropping out of the 8th semester
Duplicate acquisition of the same subject: Only one subject is recognized and counted toward graduation credits
Duplicate courses in the same subject are treated as duplicates if the course name is the same, even if the course number is different (the course number is a course management code, so it may change from time to time)
Returning students, transfer students, and major change students acquire the same course due to a change in the curriculum