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Course Requirements for graduate in BTM

Course Academic Year Mandatory
General
Major Research Total
Mandatory Elective
Master’s
Program
2015 and
thereafter
3+1AU 6 at least
15 credits
at least
9 credits
(Seminar 2↑)
at least
33 credits
admitted in 2014 3+1AU 6 at least
15 credits
at least
9 credits
at least
33 credits
admitted in 2013
or before
3+1AU 3 at least
18 credits
at least
9 credits
at least
33 credits
Doctoral Program
(MS-PhD Integrated
Degree Program)
2015 and
thereafter
3+1AU 6 at least
27 credits
at least
30 credits(Seminar 4↑)
at least
66 credits
admitted in 2014 3+1AU 6 at least
27 credits
at least
30 credits
at least
66 credits
admitted in 2013
or before
3+1AU 3 at least
30 credits
at least
30 credits
at least
66 credits

Course Requirements for graduate in BTM (Details)

AdmissionYear MASTER’S PROGRAM DOCTORAL PROGRAM
MS-PHD INTEGRATED DEGREE PROGRAM

2015

and

thereafter

Mandatory General Course: 3 credits and 1AU

– CC010 Special Lecture on Leadership/non-credit, this applies to students entering KAIST in 2002 and later; general scholarship students and foreign students are excluded)
– CC020 Ethics and Safety I(1AU)
– 
One course (3 credits) from CC500 Scientific Writing, CC510 Introduction to Computer Application, CC511 Probability and Statistics, CC512 Introduction to Materials and Engineering, CC513 Engineering Economy and Cost Analysis, CC522 Introduction to Instruments, CC531 Patent Analysis and Invention Disclosure

ㅇ Mandatory Major Course: 6 credits

MSB500 Advanced Statistics for Management

MSB510 Innovation Management and Strategy

ㅇ Elective Course: at least 15 credits

(Select at least 12 credits from MSB graduate courses)

ㅇ Research Course: at least 9 credits

2 seminar credits are required

International students and general scholarship students are exempt from seminar requirements.

Mandatory General Course: 3 credits and 1AU

– CC020 Ethics and Safety I(1AU)
– One course (3 credits) from CC500 Scientific Writing, CC510 Introduction to Computer Application, CC511 Probability and Statistics, CC512 Introduction to Materials and Engineering, CC513 Engineering Economy and Cost Analysis, CC522 Introduction to Instruments, CC531 Patent Analysis and Invention Disclosure

ㅇ Mandatory Major Course: 6 credits

MSB500 Advanced Statistics for Management

MSB510 Innovation Management and Strategy

ㅇ Elective Course: at least 27 credits

(Select at least 21 credits from MSB graduate courses)

It is mandatory to take at least one course from the following courses: MSB601 Research Methodologies I, MSB701

ㅇ Research Course: at least 30 credits

4 seminar credits are required

International students and general scholarship students are exempt from seminar requirements.

2014

ㅇ Mandatory General Course: 3 credits and 1AU

ㅇ Mandatory Major Course: 6 credits

- MSB500 Advanced Statistics for Management

- MSB510 Innovation Management and Strategy

ㅇ Elective Course: at least 15 credits

(Select at least 12 credits from MSB graduate courses)

ㅇ Research Course: at least 9 credits

ㅇ Mandatory General Course: 3 credits and 1AU

ㅇ Mandatory Major Course: 6 credits

- MSB500 Advanced Statistics for Management

- MSB510 Innovation Management and Strategy

ㅇ Elective Course: at least 27 credits

(Select at least 21 credits from MSB graduate courses)

It is mandatory to take at least one course from the following courses: MSB601 Research Methodologies I, MSB701

ㅇ Research Course: at least 30 credits

2013 or before

ㅇMandatory General Course: 3 credits and 1AU

ㅇ Mandatory Major Course: 3 credits

- MSB500 Advanced Statistics for Management

ㅇ Elective Course: at least 18 credits

(Select at least 12 credits from MSB graduate courses)

ㅇ Research Course: at least 9 credits

ㅇMandatory General Course: 3 credits and 1AU

ㅇ Mandatory Major Course: 3 credits

- MSB500 Advanced Statistics for Management

ㅇ Elective Course: at least 30 credits

It is mandatory to take at least one course from the following courses: MSB601 Research Methodologies I, MSB701

ㅇ Research Course: at least 30 credits

 

※ Credits (for general courses and major courses) earned in the Master’s Program can be included towards the doctoral degree(except research credits).

※ In the case of Integrated MS-PhD students, they must take and complete CC010, “Special Lecture on Leadership”

※ Graduate Students must take and complete the three core courses (Principles of Accounting, Financial Management, Marketing).

- Students who have completed core courses above in the undergraduate or the graduate programs, can either get an exemption from completion of the courses or take other courses instead, by getting the approval from the Undergraduate Head Professor beforehand.

- The Exempted core course credits taken in the undergraduate program cannot be recognized as graduate credits.

– These requirements apply to all graduate students from 2012 Spring Semester.

Master’s course

  • Required credits for graduation: at least 33 credits
  • Commonly required: 3 credits and 1AU
    • CC010 Leadership course. General scholarship students and foreign students are excluded.
    • CC020 Ethics and Safety I 1AU
    • One course from CC500 Scientific Writing, CC510 Introduction to Computer Application, CC511 Probability and Statistics, CC512 Introduction to New Material Science, CC513 Engineering Economy and Cost Analysis, CC522 Introduction to Instrumentation, CC531 Patent Analysis and Invention Application
  • Mandatory Major: 6 credits
  • Elective: at least 15 credits
  • Research: at least 9 credits
    •  International students and general scholarship students are exempt from seminar requirements.

Doctor’s course

  • Required credits for graduation: at least 66 credits
  • Commonly required: 3 credits and 1AU
    • CC010 Leadership course. General scholarship students and foreign students are excluded.
    • CC020 Ethics and Safety I 1AU
    • One course from CC500 Scientific Writing, CC510 Introduction to Computer Application, CC511 Probability and Statistics, CC512 Introduction to New Material Science, CC513 Engineering Economy and Cost Analysis, CC522 Introduction to Instrumentation, CC531 Patent Analysis and Invention Application
  • Mandatory Major: 6 credits
  • Elective: at least 27 credits
    • It is mandatory to take at least one course from the following courses: MSB601 Research Methodologies I, MSB701 Advanced Econometrics,  MSB702 Research Methdologies II.
  • Research: at least 30 credits
    •  International students and general scholarship students are exempt from seminar requirements.