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									Academic Requirement

❒ Undergraduate Program

 a). Required credits for graduation: at least 130 credits in total

 b). General Course: At least 28 credits and 8AU

        ◦ Mandatory General Course

        - Students enrolled in 2006 or before: English Ⅰ, English Ⅱ, Writing (above 3

        courses are 7 credits), Community Service (4AU:64hours), Physical Education (4AU:


        -    Students     enrolled   in   2007   or   later:   English   Communication   Ⅰ,   English

         Communication Ⅱ, English Reading & Writing, Writing (above 3 courses are 7

         credits), Humanity/Leadership (2AU), Community Service (2AU:32hours), Physical

         Education (4AU:64hours)

        ◦ Elective General Course in Humanities & Social Science: Take at least one course

            from each of the five categories, totally more than 21 credits: Science Technology,

            Literature and Art, History and Philosophy, Social Science, Foreign Language and


c). Basic Course: at least 32 credits

        ◦ Mandatory Basic Courses: 23 credits

         ① 1 course from Fundamental Physics I (3), General Physics I (3), and Advanced

        Physics I (3)

         ② 1 course from Fundamental Physics II (3), General Physics II (3), and Advance

        Physics II (3)

         ③ 1 course of General Physics Lab I (1)

         ④ 1 course of Basic Biology (3) or General Biology (3)

         ⑤ 1 course of Calculus I (3) or Honor Calculus I (3)

         ⑥ 1 course of Calculus II (3) or Honor Calculus II (3)

         ⑦ 1 course from Basic Chemistry (3), General Chemistry I (3), and Advanced

        Chemistry (3)

         ⑧ 1 course of General Chemistry Lab I (1) or Advanced Chemistry Lab (1)
         ⑨ 1 course of Basic Programming (3) or Advanced Programming (3)

        ◦ Elective Basic Courses: at least 6 credits

d). Major Course: at least 51 credits

        ◦ Mandatory Major Courses: at least 24 credits

        - IE241 (Engineering Statistics I), IE251 (Manufacturing Process Innovation), IE261

        (Information Technology for Industrial Engineering), IE321 (Production Management

        I), IE331 (Operations Research I), IE332 (Operations Research II), IE341 (Engineering

        Statistics II), E362 (IT Programming and Practice).

        ◦ Elective Major Courses: at least 27 credits

        - Maximum of 9 credits is accepted for Special Topics in Industrial Engineering 1 in

        case of different subtitles.

        - Designated Major Elective Courses: The selected courses (up-to 12 credits) from

        other departments are accepted as Elective Major Course Credit of Industrial &

        Systems Engineering. The selected list is available at the department office or the

        department homepage. It may change each year.

             ․ Mechanical Engineering: MAE200, MAE205, MAE206, MAE302, MAE370,

                      MAE453, MAE460

             ․ Industrial Design: ID213, ID216, ID301, ID303, ID304, ID307, ID308, ID309,
             ․ Materials Science and Engineering: MS481
             ․ Nuclear and Quantum Engineering: NQE261
             ․ Electrical Engineering: EE202, EE203, EE204, EE206, EE312, EE314, EE321,
                       EE342, EE372, EE413, EE421
             ․ Computer Science: CS204, CS206 or BiS232, CS211, CS230, CS300, CS310, CS320,
                       CS322, CS350, CS360, CS370, CS441, CS470, CS480
             ․ Mathematical Science: MAS241(AM241), MAS270(MA270), MAS275(MA260),
                       MAS365(AM321), MAS371(AM465), MAS410(MA411)
             ․ Culture Technology: GCT582
             ․ Bio and Brain Engineering:    BiS200, BiS331, BiS333, BiS351
             ․ BE Program: BEP410 or MGT341, BEP420 or MGT342, BEP430 or
                            MGT346, BEP450
             ․ Management Engineering: MGT340
 e). Research Course: up-to 6 credits

        - Graduate research: 3 credits (required)
        - IE Seminar: 1 credit (required)

       -   Individual Study: at most 2 credits

f). Elective Course: Take courses from other departments.

g). English Proficiency Requirements

        ◦ Students enrolled in 98 or later are required to meet one of the following

        requirements on English proficiency before entering KAIST or during their years of

        enrollment: 560 points in PBT TOEFL; 220 points in CBT TOEFL; 760 points in

        TOEIC; 670 points in TEPS

   ※ Requirements for a double major: students should satisfy the requirements on major

   courses in Industrial & Systems Engineering.

      (For students enrolled in 2001 or later, research courses such as graduation research in

   the applied department are exempted from taking.)

   ※ Requirements for a minor major: at least 18 credits in Industrial & Systems Engineering,

   either from Mandatory Major or Elective Major.

     * Caution

 Undergraduate program has different academic requirements in Humanities and Basic

 courses by the students` year of admission. For the students enrolled before 2006,

 please refer to the course requirements according to the admission year.

❒ Master Program

   a). Required credits for graduation: at least 36 credits in total

   b). Mandatory General Course: 3 credits (including Special Lecture on Leadership)

        -CC010 Special Lecture on Leadership (non-credit, this applies to students entering

        KAIST in 2002 and onward; general scholarship students, foreign students are


        - Select at least 1 course among the following 8: CC500 Scientific Writing, CC510

       Introduction to Computer Application, CC511 Probability and Statistics, CC512

       Introduction to Materials Science and Engineering, CC513 Engineering Economy and

       Cost Analysis, CC522 Introduction to Instruments, CC530 Entrepreneurship and

       Business Strategies, CC531 Patent Analysis and Invention Disclosure. Here, CC511
       Probability and Statistics is substitutable with IE641 Mathematical Statistics, CC513

       Engineering Economy and Cost Analysis is substitutable with IE522 Advanced Topics

       in Engineering Economy & Cost Analysis.

  d). Elective Course: at least 24 credits.

       - Take at least 24 credits including courses from other departments.

       - Select at least 18 credits from IE courses.

       - Students enrolled in an interdisciplinary program are required to select at least 9

       credits from IE courses.

       - IE801: up to 9 credits in case of different subtitles.

e). Research Credits: at least 9 credits (including 1 credit from Seminar)

        - Individual study is accepted up to 3 credits.

❒ Doctor Program

   a). Required credits for graduation: at least 78 in total.

   b). Mandatory General Course: at least 6 credits (including CC500 Scientific Writing)

        - For students having fulfilled this requirement in their MS program at KAIST, they

        don`t need to take this.

   c). Elective Course: at least 42 credits

        - Earn at least 42 credits from course ID of IE500 or higher including courses from

        other departments.

       - Select at least 27 credits from IE courses. (For students in interdisciplinary

       program, select at least 9 credits; for students from other graduate school or other

       department, select at least 18 credits.) (This includes the credits earned in MS

       program at KAIST.)

       - IE801: up-to 9 credits in case of different subtitles.

   d). Research Credits: at least 30 credits (including 1 credit from Seminar)

        - Individual study: up-to 3 credits are accepted.

   e). Course credits earned in the Master's course work can be used towards the Doctoral

degree (except research credits).
❑ Interim Measures

   a). Undergraduate Program

 - The requirements are applied to the students who entered in or after 2001 academic year.

The designated courses taken from other departments that can be recognized as IE major

electives are applicable to all students, but General Courses and Basic Courses differ by the

specific requirements of the student`s admission year.

       - “Production Management 2” is Mandatory Major for students enrolled before 1998.

       - Students enrolled before 2001 can select one from “Work Study”, “IT Programming

       and Practice” as Mandatory Major.

       -“Special Topics in Industrial Engineering 1B (Introduction to OR)” in spring 1998 can

       be recognized as a Basic Elective course.

       -Seminar is exempted for students enrolled in 1998 or before.

   b). Master Program

       - The requirements are applied to all master candidates enrolled in 2006 or later.

   c). Doctor Program

       - The requirements are applied to all PhD candidates enrolled in 2006 or later.

       - Completion of Scientific Writing is applied to students enrolled in 2001 or later.

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