Required Courses & Credits
 
Class of 2004~2005 Class of 2006~2007 Class of 2008~2012 Class of 2013 Class of 2014
Major Required Basic(9) Major Required Basic(12) Major Required Basic(12) Major Required Basic(12) Major Required Basic(12)
- Principles of Accounting
- Management Mathematics
- Principles of EconomicsⅠ
- Modern Corporate Management
- Business Statistics
- Principles of Accounting
- Principles of EconomicsⅠ
- Understanding Business Administration
- Business Statistics
- Principles of Accounting
- Principles of EconomicsⅠ
- Understanding Business Administration
- Business Statistics
- Principles of Accounting
- Principles of EconomicsⅠ
- Understanding Business Administration
- Business Statistics
- Principles of Accounting
- Principles of EconomicsⅠ
General Education Courses(8) General Education Courses (8) General Education Courses (8) General Education Courses (8) General Education Courses (8)
- Thinking & WritingⅠ,Ⅱ
- Practical English Ⅰ,Ⅱ
(= Academic English I, II)
- Thinking & WritingⅠ,Ⅱ
- Practical English Ⅰ,Ⅱ
(= Academic English I, II)
- Thinking & WritingⅠ,Ⅱ
- Academic English Ⅰ,Ⅱ
- Thinking & WritingⅠ,Ⅱ
-Academic English Ⅰ,Ⅱ
- Freshman Seminar I, II
- Thinking & WritingⅠ,Ⅱ
-Academic English Ⅰ,Ⅱ
- Freshman Seminar I, II
Core General Education Courses (12) Core General Education Courses (12) Core General Education Courses (12) Core General Education Courses (12) Core General Education Courses (9)
World Cultures(GEFC) 1
Literature & Art(GELA) 1
Ethics & Philosophy(GECE) 1
Science & Technology (GEST) 1
World Cultures(GEFC) 1
Literature & Art(GELA) 1
Ethics & Philosophy(GECE) 1
Science & Technology (GEST) 1
World Cultures(GEFC) 1
Literature & Art(GELA) 1
Ethics & Philosophy(GECE) 1
Science & Technology (GEST) 1
World Cultures(GEFC) 1
Literature & Art(GELA) 1
Ethics & Philosophy(GECE) 1
Science & Technology (GEST) 1
World Cultures(GEFC) 1
Literature & Art(GELA) 1
Ethics & Philosophy(GECE) 1
Science & Technology (GEST) 1
* Take one of each three area (out of four) that you select freely.
* AND take 3 credits more from General education courses in order to meet the graduation guideline.
* Take one of each three area (out of four) that you select freely.
Basic Major (39) Basic Major (39)
(Major Required 24 +Major Electives 15)
Basic Major (39)
(Major Required 24 +Major Electives 15)
Basic Major (39)
(Major Required 24 +Major Electives 15)
Basic Major (39)
(Major Required 24 +Major Electives 15)
- Marketing Management
- Financial Management
- Production Management
(Introduction to Operations Management
- Intermediate Accounting Ⅰ
- Introduction to Management Information Systems
- Management Accounting
- Organizational Behavior
- International Business
- Management Strategy
- Business Ethics

- Modern Corporate Management
- Business Statistics 
- World Business & Corporate
- Marketing Management
- Financial Management
- Introduction to Operations Management
- Intermediate AccountingⅠ
- Introduction to Management Information Systems
- Organizational Behavior
- International Business
- Management Strategy
- Marketing Management
- Financial Management
- Introduction to Operations Management
- Intermediate AccountingⅠ
- Introduction to Management Information Systems
- Organizational Behavior
- International Business
- Management Strategy
- Marketing Management
- Financial Management
- Introduction to Operations Management
- Intermediate AccountingⅠ
- Introduction to Management Information Systems
- Organizational Behavior
- International Business
- Management Strategy
- Marketing Management
- Financial Management
- Introduction to Operations Management
- Intermediate AccountingⅠ
- Introduction to Management Information Systems
- Organizational Behavior
- International Business
- Management Strategy
* Specialized Major: additional 27 credits of Major Electives *Specialized Major: additional 27 credits of Major Electives *Specialized Major: additional 27 credits of Major Electives *Specialized Major: additional 27 credits of Major Electives *Specialized Major: additional 27 credits of Major Electives
Pre-requisite(3)
- Principles of EconomicsⅡ
Pre-requisite(3)
- Principles of EconomicsⅡ
Pre-requisite(3)
- Principles of EconomicsⅡ
Pre-requisite(3)
- Principles of EconomicsⅡ
Pre-requisite(3)
- Principles of EconomicsⅡ
General Education Courses (30)
: Major Elective/ General Elective possible
General Education Courses (27)
: Major Elective/ General Elective possible
General Education Courses (27)
: Major Elective/ General Elective possible
General Education Courses (27)
: Major Elective/ General Elective possible
General Education Courses (27)
: Major Elective/ General Elective possible
7 English-mediated courses 7 English-mediated courses 10 English-mediated courses 10 English-mediated courses 10 English-mediated courses
1.Official English Score
2. Certificate of Comprehension of Chinese Characters(From Class of 2004)
3. Can take one Major Elective subject(3credits) instead of Business Ethics
1. Official English Score
2. Certificate of Comprehension of Chinese Characters(From Class of 2004)
1. Pass Business English I, II
2. Official English Score
3. Certificate of Comprehension of Chinese Characters(From Class of 2004)
1. Pass Business English I, II
2. Official English Score
3. Certificate of Comprehension of Chinese Characters(From Class of 2004)
1. Pass Business English I, II
2. Official English Score
3. Certificate of Comprehension of Chinese Characters(From Class of 2004)
Take a minimum of  130 credit hours  total Take a minimum of  130 credit hours  total Take a minimum of  130 credit hours  total Take a minimum of  130 credit hours  total Take a minimum of  130 credit hours  total

* Class of (2004) means Year of Admission

▶ Students admitted be on or after 2004 must apply for their 2nd major program and students who undertake the  intensive major program for Business Studies must take 27 credits in major elective courses.

▶ Only English-mediated courses in Business School (Unit Code : BUSS)

► International students(including transfer students) who were admitted on or after 2011 must submit TOPIK Level 4 or pass Korean language Programs Level 4 or higher at Korean Language Center at KU.