MS/PhD

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ATTN [MS/PhD] Guidelines for Enrollment Status Changes, Spring 2019
Guidelines for Changes to Spring 2019 Academic Registration Status    ※ The followings can be changed online: Leave of Absence, Return to School, Change of Academic Advisor, Withdraw from Integrated MS/PhD Program, Accelerated Study of Integrated MS/PhD Program *Period: February 1, 2019 (Fri) – February 26, 2019 (Tue); 4:00 p.m.   Leave of Absence and Return to School    First year students CANNOT apply for leave of absence in their first semester (Students are entitled to pregnancy∙maternity leave and military services.) 1. How to Apply: http://portal.korea.ac.kr →  Registration & Graduation → University Registration → Application for Leave of Absence/Return (Graduate School)   A. General Provision Up to 2 years for master’s degree students, 3 years for Ph.D (MS/PhD Integrated). Application can be extended every 6 months or every year. In case a student is seeking extension after the duration has expired, re-application is required. Student must return to school on a semester when seeking a request for a thesis examination. B. Pregnancy Leave of Absence Attach ‘Birth Certificate’ or ‘Medical Certificate’ upon application. Up to 1-year duration applied for a delivery, and student may not request a thesis examination during the period of leave. C. Maternity Leave of Absence Attach ‘Proof of Family Relations’ or ‘Certificate of Alien Registration’ upon application. Up to 1-year duration applied for a child aged under 8, and student may not request a thesis examination during the period of leave.   2. Required Documents A. Pregnancy Leave of Absence: ‘Birth Certificate’ or ‘Medical Certificate’ B. Maternity Leave of Absence: ‘Proof of Family Relations’ or ‘Certificate of Alien Registration’   Voluntary Drop-out and Readmission Submit the Drop-out/Readmission Application (online application not accepted) Receive approval (seal) from your academic advisor and the Associate Dean, then submit it to the Department Office of Business Administration.   Change of Academic Advisor for Continuing Students http://portal.korea.ac.kr → Registration & Graduation → University Registration → Petition for Change of Advisor Advisor Application for Commencing Students     Application Period: March 4 (Mon) - March 8 (Fri) http://portal.korea.ac.kr → Registration & Graduation → University Registration→ Application for Advisor  Applications for Integrated MS/PhD Program     1. Withdrawal from Integrated MS/PhD Program A. Period: February 1 (Fri) - February 26 (Tue) (same as the change of academic registration period) B. How to Apply: http://portal.korea.ac.kr → Registration & Graduation → University Registration → Application to Withdraw - Eligibility: Students who wish to withdraw from Integrated MS/PhD Program and transfer to the MS program. (Note: Student will be transferred to MS degree, however, that does not mean student automatically becomes eligible for degree completion even though he/she has met the degree requirements. MS candidate will undergo a selection process at the end of semester once final results are released.) (e.g. Students who withdraw from their Integrated MS/PhD Program on February 1, 2018 are not eligible for degree completion on February 24, 2018. Students withdrawing from the program on Spring semester will be entitled to complete the degree on August 25, 2018 if they have met the degree requirements.) 2. Accelerated Study of Integrated MS/PhD Program A. Period: March 4 (Mon) – March 22 (Fri) <you must be a registered for the corresponding semester to apply for accelerated study of your integrated MS/PhD program> B. How to Apply: http://portal.korea.ac.kr → Registration & Graduation → University Registration → Application for Course of Study Acceleration C. Semester: A range of shortening will be two semesters (one year) or one semester - Shortening of Two Semesters: Apply during the change of academic registration period in the early 6th semester - Shortening of One Semester: Apply during the change of academic registration period in the early 7th semester ※ Students may graduate early only if their cumulative GPA is 4.00 or above by their 6th or 7th semester.        Tuition Payment      1) Regular Payment Period: February 21, 2019 (Thu) 09:00 – February 27, 2019 (Wed); 16:00 [http://portal.korea.ac.kr → Scholarship Application → Register → Print Tuition Payment Stub] - Print out your bill as above and pay the tuition to the designated bank. 2) Final Payment Period: March 13, 2018 (Wed) 09:00 – March 15 (Fri); 16:00      Application for Masters degree for 'Integrated MS/PhD Program'   1) Application period : February 1 (Fri)  ~26 (Tue) During the period, one should visit 'Administration Office' with fully filled in '석사학위취득신청원 (Application form for Master's degree)' -- Successful applicants will be shortly noticed individually. -- After the application and acceptance, one should fulfill '일반대학원 시행세칙 및 학과내규로 정하는 석사학위 취득요건 (Prior requirements for the degree base on the school policy)' to receive the masters degree   Course Registration for Prospective Returning Student 1) Period: February 19 (Tue) – February 21 (Thu)  2) How to Apply: http://sugang.korea.ac.kr/graduate/ log in and then apply - Prospective returning students of Spring 2018 are eligible to register for courses during the course registration period regardless of their status of academic registration or payment (however, if students fail to complete the returning process by February 26, 2018, their registration details will be automatically deleted).                                                           2019. 1.                                                Dean of Graduate School  
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ATTN [MS/PhD] Guidelines for the Grant of Master Degree for Completed Integrated MS/PhD program
Guidelines for the Grant of Master Degree for Completed Integrated MS/PhD program        1. Outline of the grant of Master degree for students with completed status in the Integrated MS/PhD program     Classification Content Program Integrated MS/PhD program Degree granted Master’s Degree Certificates Issued Master’s Degree/ Certificate of completion of Integrated MS/PhD program Remarks It becomes impossible to acquire the applicable PhD degree after the grant of the application    2. Target : Students among the completed Integrated MS/PhD students who have also satisfied the requirements for a Master degree according to the“Detailed Enforcement Regulations of the Graduate School.    3. Period of Enforcement 1) Period: From fall semester of 2018 2) Period of application: Sep 17, 2018 (Mon) ~ October 12, 2018 (Fri)  3) Notice of successful applicants: October 23, 2018 (Tue). Individual notice    4. Method of Application : Fill the “Petition for grant of Master Degree” (Attached file) and submit it to your affiliated office  [Room 304, Floor 3, KUBS Main Building]    5. Take Notice 1) It is impossible for completed Integrated MS/PhD students after the grant of the MS degree to graduate from the applicable PhD degree.  2) Only students who have not exceeded 12 years since the start of the Integrated MS-PhD program can apply.  3) For completed research students, they can petition for the MS degree after a special admission process. 4) Students should satisfy the internal requirements for the Master's degree in his/her department.  5) Applicants for the comprehensive exam of 2018 fall semester can also apply.        Graduate School Office ​
Sep 11, 2018
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ATTN [MS/PhD] Comprehensive Exam, Fall 2018
Graduate School of Business Comprehensive Exam, Fall 2018     1. Types of Exam (Comprehensive Exam Substitute/Exemption has been abolished)  A. Written Exam - MS: written exams for a minimum of three major courses - MS/PhD Integrated Program: written exams for a minimum of four major courses   B. Oral Exam - Exam content will be determined by the relevant department - major and dissertation will be taken into consideration ※ Please see the Academic Regulations by the department or refer to the Area Chair for further inquiries on the oral exam. 2. Eligibility A. MS: candidates who earned a minimum of 18 credit points with GPA of 3.0 or higher B. PhD: candidates who earned a minimum of 27 credit points with GPA of 3.0 or higher C. MS/PhD Integrated Program: candidates who earned a minimum of 45 credit points with GPA of 3.0 or higher ※ Applicable for credit points achieved from major courses only. (exclusive of credits earned from research guidance, prerequisite or designated courses by academic advisors)  ※ Eligible candidates may take the comprehensive exam regardless of language test result, or enrollment status (candidates who are on a leave of absence can also take the comprehensive exam). ※ Note: Depending on the department, candidates who have not completed a designated course by academic advisor or pre-requisite may be restricted to take the exam. Please refer to the relevant department for the designated course/pre-requisite prior to the exam attendance.   3. Application Form Issue and Submission A. Application Period: September 5 (Wed) - September 7 (Fri) B. Location: Online application or hard copy submission to the relevant department office [Room 304, Floor 3, KUBS Main Building] C. How to apply - Online: KUPID > Registration & Graduation > Application/Verification for Exams > Application for Comprehensive Exam - By visit: submit a hard copy of ‘Comprehensive Exam Application Form’ C. Students concerned shall fill out the application form for comprehensive exam(written/oral) and submit it.  ※ Please ensure to double check your application status after the online submission. ※ Please double check if the exam courses you applied for are correct. ※ Application form: Make sure to fill in all the details on the form. Signatures are required from the academic advisor and the Area Chair. ** Students from the Department of Business Administration and the Department of International Business must apply online for the written exam via KUPID. (Even if the Academic Regulations by the department/major ask you to take an oral exam instead, you must indicate the course you are taking the exam on when applying for the exam via KUPID.) ** Candidates are required to submit an additional ‘Application Form for Comprehensive Exam’, followed by the revised Academic Regulations and the need for further confirmation. ** If you are applying for more than 5 courses, please select 'other items' and indicate the course you are applying for. 4. Exam Information A. Period: between September 17 (Mon) – September 28 (Fri)  B. Location: to be informed by the department office. * Please refer to the department office for an exact schedule of when/where the exam takes place. (The schedule is subject to change by the departments) ** Comprehensive exam for Department of Business Administration, Department of International Business will be held on September 29 (Sat) 09:00~ at Hyundai Motor Hall Room 303 and 209, respectively. ** From Fall 2018, some of the majors will set lunch break. The course timetable will be released as soon as it is scheduled.    5. Examination Outcome A. October 22 (Mon) 14:00 (tentative) B. To be released by departments and uploaded on KUPID                   August 2018   Dean of Graduate School of Business
Aug 28, 2018
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ATTN [MS/PhD] Course Registration Guideline, Fall 2018
Course Registration Guideline for 2018 Fall Semester of Graduate School    l. The Period of Registration and Add/drop 1. Registration: 10:00 AM, 21 Aug.(Tue) ~ 5:00 PM, 23 Aug. (Thu), 2018  2. Add/drop : 10:00 AM, 6 Sep.(Thu) ~ 5:00 PM, 7 Sep.(Fri), 2018    Ⅱ. How to Register 1. Access to exclusive URL for course registration(http://sugang.korea.ac.kr/graduate/), and then choose 'Graduate School' and '2nd Semester'. 2. Guidance of Research: Guidance of Research should be chosen every semester according to the below division.  <Division of 'Guidance of Research'> (1) Current Students: DKK500-division (Title: Guidance of Research) (2) Graduate Students in KIST Academy Research Industry Collaboration Program, Program in Biomicrosystem Engineering, and those who are in the 2nd or above semester of Science and Technology Studies : DKK510 for Research of Guidance 1, and DKK520 for Research of Guidance 2, 1 credit per each course (3) Completed research graduate students: DKK-600 (Title: Tutorial Research after Completion of Course Work) ※ Except for Guidance of Research credits, students who completed course works are not allowed to take other courses    Ⅲ. The Confirmation of Course Register 1. After finishing online registration under the guidance of advisor and the head of the department, please confirm your courses at 『KUPID-Information Depot-Course Information- Course Registration』. If any problems, then you must correct them within the period of add/drop. (New students will be able to access to KUPID after the beginning of the semester.) 2. If your course is closed after the period of add/drop, you can change your courses at the academic affairs office of your college. 3. You are not allowed to register, add and drop courses after the period of add/drop.    IV. Caution for Course Registration 1. Online registration must be done by him/herself. 2. Please be aware that any opportunities to register will not be given to those who did not complete the process during the period of registration and add/drop. 3. After finishing course registration, you must check (or print) the screen at KUPID whether the courses were correctly input or not. 4. Those who will return to the graduate school are expected to finish their registration in the given period. Also, the registration will be officially approved after finishing your application process to return to the school. 5. Please accurately check the academic number of courses you intend to undertake. If the course is not officially registered due to any reason such as putting a wrong number, it will not be acknowledged without any exception. 6. Graduate students are not allowed to retake the same course previously taken. If do so, the course will be seen as duplicate and cannot be officially acknowledged. You can only retake the course if you had a failing mark before. 7. You can review your results at 'Information Depot' section of the KUPID system. 8. Aside from major courses, every student has to apply for Guidance of Research(DKK500), 2 credits in each semester, so that you must acquire total 8 credits for 4 semesters. Please check whether the course is automatically registered, and change it only if it is incorrect. 9. Graduate students in KIST Academy Research Industry Collaboration Program, Program in Biomicrosystem Engineering, and those who are in the 2nd or above semester of Science and Technology Studies have to apply for both DKK510(Guidance of Research 1) and DKK520 (Guidance of Research 2) complying to their 'double-advisor system'. 10. Maximum limit of applied credits per semester is up to 12, and it can be 15 if including prerequisite courses (Eligible for school year's students before 2010) or advisor designated courses (Eligible for school year's students after 2010). (Excluding credits of Guidance of Research). 11. If you take any non-prerequisite courses from the undergraduate level, the credit will not be acknowledged. Prerequisite or advisor designated courses are not included in your major courses, and will be marked on your report card as elective courses. 12. As from the first semester in the year 2008, 'professional development in teaching' is open for doctorate candidates, so please apply for it if interested. (20 students in CTL810-00 course) 13. If you retake the same course or a retroactive course, the credit will not be acknowledged in any case. In addition, students in Ph. D. course are not allowed to register again any class completed in his or her Master course.  14. If taking a prerequisite course or an advisor designated course, please input the correct course number referring to undergraduate timetable, and clearly put the course as 'prerequisite' or 'advisor designated course'.  <Within 15 credits including graduate courses> 15. Please note that course classifications (major, prerequisite, guidance of research and advisor designated course) must be correct. You may be disadvantaged if the credit is not acknowledged by incorrect input.          16. The length of class period ◆ Anam Campus 1st Period: 9:00~10:15 (75 Min.) 2nd Period: 10:30~11:45 (75 Min.) 3rd Period: 12:00~12:50 (50 Min.) 4th Period: 13:00~13:50 (50 Min.) 5th Period: 14:00~15:15 (75 Min.) 6th Period: 15:30-16:45 (75 Min.) 7th Period: 17:00~17:50 (50 Min.) 8th Period: 18:00~18:50 (50 Min.) ◆ Sejong Campus 1st Period: 9:00~ 9:50 (50 Min.) 2nd Period: 10:00~10:50 (50 Min.) 3rd Period: 11:00~11:50 (50 Min.) 4th Period: 12:00~12:50 (50 Min.) 5th Period: 13:00~13:50 (50 Min.) 6th Period: 14:00-14:50 (50 Min.) 7th Period: 15:00~15:50 (50 Min.) 8th Period: 16:00~16:50 (50 Min.) ※ Break time: 15 minutes after 75 minute class, 10 minutes after 50 minute class 17. Time and place of course can be changed depending on the circumstances. 18. If you have any questions about course registration, please contact to the academic affairs team of your college, or to the Office of Information Technology and Service(3290-4175) if there is problems in registration system.    V. According to domestic academic exchange program, you can cross-register at total 15 institutes including Kyung Hee University, University of Science and Technology, Seoul National University, University of Seoul, Seoul Women's University, Sookmyung Women's University, Yonsei University, Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology (KAIST), Korea National Defense University, Hankuk University of Foreign Studies, Duksung Women's University, The Academy of Korean Studies, Sungkyunkwan University, Hanyang University and University of Ulsan. Please check the timetable on their own homepages. A guide to Academic Exchange Program will be posted on the notice board of KUPID. ※ Please refer to Chapter 4 of the General Graduate School Rules for Operation (School Regulations for Graduate Schools).    VI. In the case of specialized graduate school of Korea University, you can apply for Graduate School of International Studies, Graduate School of Information Protection Studies, Green School, Medical School, Graduate School of Convergence Information Technology, Graduate School of Information Management and Security.  It is allowed to take maximum of 6 credits of courses relevant to your major. (You can only take them within the range of credit acknowledgement, and you are not allowed to apply for courses not associated with your major, such as language courses.) 1. Register: In the period of course registration, you must complete your online registration, and fill out and submit a 'request form of exchange program of exchange program in the university' to the academic affair team of your college with permission from your advisor and head of department. 2. Credit Acknowledgement: It is acknowledged as major course, and total amount of acknowledged credit cannot exceed a half of minimum credit required for completion. (However, total amount of acknowledged credit including any case of credit acknowledgement listed on 'Constitution of the Graduate' cannot exceed a half of minimum credit required for completion.)    VII. Korean Language Program for International Graduate Students 1. Applicant: Any international students of Graduate School excluding undergraduate students 2. Course Registration: On-line registration should be completed by each applicant during the period of registration or add/drop. The credits from this program are not included in major credits, and students are required to change his/her class numbers during the period of add/drop if the class is divided. <Inquiry: KU Foreign Language Center (02-3290-1453)> 3. Classes in Seoul Campus (Course Number/Number of Class/Credit(Hours)) (1) IFLS 108-50/ 한국어 초급Ⅰ(BEGINNER'S KOREAN I)/ 3credits (6hours) (2) IFLS 110-50/ 한국어 중급Ⅰ(INTERMEDIATE KOREAN I)/ 3credits (6hours) 4. Credit (Hours): 3credits (6hours) 5. Division of Classes (Procedure): Quota for a division is set to 25 students per one class, and the class can be divided if the number of students exceeds 30. (Placement test will be conducted during the first week after course registration. Classes will be divided after approval of the application for course division.) 6. Classes will be offered on Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday from 7:00 to 8:15 PM (75minutes) in Woodang Hall. 7. This Korean Language program is not considered as a way to pass the Korean Language Examination for graduation of Graduate School. 8. Classes in Sejong Campus (Course Number/Number of Class/Credit(Hours)) (1) SLSC 221-00/ 한국어초급1(BEGINNER'S KOREAN I)/ 3credits (3hours) (2) SLSC 222-00/ 한국어초급2(BEGINNER'S KOREAN II)/ 3credits (3hours) <Inquiry: Sejong Institute of International Affairs and Education (044-860-1901)>       ※ You can apply your Single ID at KUPID: http://portal.korea.ac.kr ※ Any notice from the Graduate School: http://graduate.korea.ac.kr  
Aug 08, 2018
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