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Course Completion Requirements Form (Undergraduate) (For students admitted in 2015 or before)

Major Course Requirements for Dept. of Biological Sciences (For undergraduate students admitted in 2015 or before)

Please check the common graduation requirements.

Credit Requirement for Graduation: Required to complete a total of more than 130 credits
Elective Basic Courses: Including General Chemistry II (3) at least 9 credits
* Students having a double major should earn at least 6 credits including General Chemistry II.

Major: Required to complete more than 48 credits

○ Mandatory major: 18credits
Molecular Biology, Biochemistry I, Biochemistry II, Biochemistry
Experiment, Cell Biology, Cell Biology Experiment.
○ Elective major: 30credits
Four Chemistry major courses (CH221 Organic Chemistry I, CH223
Organic Chemistry II, CH263 Analytical Chemistry, CH325 Biological
Organic Chemistry) and three Bio&Brain Engineering major courses
(BiS335 Biomedical Statistics & Statistical Learning, BiS438 Bioinformatics)
are also considered as elective major courses.



Minor: Required to complete more than 21credits

- Including 12 credits of subject with the ten-digits of subject number in 0, 21 credits or more major courses have to be completed.
※ A maximum of overlapping 9credits earned in major courses offered by other academic organizations can be recognized.



Double Major: Required to complete more than 40credits

- 40 credits including mandatory major courses
※ A maximum of overlapping 9credits earned in major courses offered by other academic organizations can be recognized.



Research Courses: Required to complete more than 3credits

- Thesis Research (Required): at least 3 credits (Students having a double major are exempt) - Specified Research (Elective): at least 1 credits
- Seminar (Elective): at least 2 credits



Transitional measure

Students admitted in 2015 or before may choose to be governed by the completion requirements applicable to students admitted in 2016 and onward if desired.




Undergraduate Course Completion Requirements Form(For students admitted in 2016 and after)

Major Course Requirements for Dept. of Biological Sciences (For undergraduate students admitted in 2016 and after)

Credit Requirement for Graduation: Required to complete a total of more than 136 credits

※ Required to complete one among an advanced major, double major, minor and individually designed major



Major: Required to complete more than 42credits

○ Mandatory major: 18credits
Molecular Biology, Biochemistry I, Biochemistry II, Biochemistry
Experiment, Cell Biology, Cell Biology Experiment.
○ Elective major: 24credits
Four Chemistry major courses (CH221 Organic Chemistry I, CH223
Organic Chemistry II, CH263 Analytical Chemistry, CH325 Biological
Organic Chemistry) and three Bio&Brain Engineering major courses
(BiS335 Biomedical Statistics & Statistical Learning, BiS438 Bioinformatics)
are also considered as elective major courses.



Advanced Major: Required to complete a total of more than 12credits

Individually Designed Major: Required to complete a total of more than 12credits

- Required to more than 12 credits in major courses offered by more than two academic organizations



Minor: Required to complete at least 21credits

- Including 12 credits of subject with the ten-digits of subject number in 0, 21 credits or more major courses have to be completed
※ Recognition of overlapping credits earned in major courses offered by other academic organizations is not allowed.



Double Major: Required to complete a total of more than 40credits

- A maximum of overlapping 6credits earned in major courses offered by other academic organizations can be recognized



Research Courses: Required to complete more than 3credits

- Thesis Research (Required): at least 3 credits (Students having a double major are exempt)
- Specified Research (Elective): at least 1 credits
- Seminar (Elective): at least 2 credits



Transitional measure

Students admitted in 2015 or before may choose to be governed by the completion requirements listed above if desired.