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General Basic Major Research Free Total
Mandatory Elective in
Humanities &
Social Science
Mandatory Elective Mandatory Elective Mandatory Elective
7+9AU 21 23 9 25 18 3

130

(in 2015 and before)

136

(in 2016 and thereafter)

General(27+9AU) Mandatory (6+9AU)

① Students entering KAIST in 2014 and thereafter : 7 credits and 9AU
- English Presentation & Discussion (1), Advanced English Listening (1), Advanced English Reading (1),
  Advanced English Writing(1), Writing (3)
- Physical Education (4AU), Humanity/Leadership (2AU), Ethics and Safety II (1AU), Happy College Life (1AU),
   Exciting College Life (1AU)
* Happy College Life : Students must complete Happy College Life I (1AU) in the first semester of the freshman
    year and Happy College Life II in the following semester
* Community Service : Not applicable. Leadership mileage will be awarded for proof of
   communicity sservice.

② Students entering KAIST between 2011 and 2013 : 6 credits and 9AU
- English Communication (1), Critical Thinking in English (2),Writing (3),
   Physical Education (4AU), Humanity/Leadership (2AU), Ethics and Safety II (1AU),
   Happy College Life (1AU), Exciting College Life (1AU)
* Happy College Life : Students must complete Happy College Life I (1AU) in the first
    semester of the freshman year and Happy College Life II in the following semester
* Community Service : Not applicable. Leadership mileage will be awarded for proof of
    communicity sservice.

③ Students entering KAIST between 2009 and 2010 : 6 credits and 9AU
- English Communication (1), Critical Thinking in English (2), Writing (3),
   Physical Education (4AU), Community Service (2AU), Humanity/Leadership (2AU),
   Ethics and Safety II (1AU)

④ Students entering KAIST between 2007 and 2008 : 7credits and 9AU
- English Communication (1), English Communication II (1), English Reading & Writing (2),
   Writing(3), Physical Education (4AU), Community Service (2AU),
   Humanity/Leadership (2AU), Ethics and Safety II (1AU)
* English Communication I → English Communication
* English Communication II → English Conversation
* English Reading & Writing → Critical Thinking in English

⑤ Students enterint KAIST between 1998 and 2006 : 7credits and 9AU
- English I (2), English II (2), Writing (3), Physical Education (4AU),
   Community Service (4AU), Ethics and Safety II (1AU)
* English I → English Conversation
* English II → Critical Thinking in English

Elective(21) ① Students entering KAIST in 2009 and onward : at least 21 credits
- At least 21 credits including at least 1 course in each of 2 divisions among 3 divisions
   (Humanity, Society, Culture & Art)
② Students having entered KAIST before 2009 :at least 21 credits

- At least 21 credits including at least 1 course in each of 2 divisions among 5 divisions
   (Science Technology, Literature and Art, History and Philoscop, School Science,
    Foreign Language and Liguistics)
- or at least 1 course in each of 2 divisions among 3 divisions(Humanity, Society,
   Literature & Art)
※ Students entering KAIST in 2007 and onward should earn at least 18 credits through
English lecuture among the 21 credits required as Elective General Courses in
    Humanities & Scocial Science.
※ Students having a double major take 12 credits without considering categories.
    (Students entering KAIST in 2007 and onward should take 12 credits through
   English lectures.)
Basic(32) Mandatory(23) ① 1 course among Fundamental Physics I (3), General Physics I (3), and
     Advanced Physics I (3)
② 1 course among Fundamental Physics II (3), General Physics II (3),
    and Advanced 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 among Basic Chemistry (3), General Chemistry I (3) and
    Advanced Chemistry (3)
⑧ 1 course of General Chemistry Lab I (3), or Advanced Chemistry Lab (1)
⑨ 1 course of Basic Programming (3) or Advanced Programming (3)
※ Students having entered KAIST in 2007 or before : 23 credits (①∼⑨)
※ Students having entered KAIST in 2008∼2011 : 26 credits( (①∼⑨),+FDC(3) :
   (Introduction to Design and Communication))
Elective(9) Please refer to the General Bulletin.
※ Students having a double major take 3 credits.
Major(43) Mandatory(25) ① NQE201 Fundamentals of Nuclear and Quantum Science (3)
② NQE202 Introduction to Nuclear Engineering I (3)
③ NQE203 Introduction to Nuclear Engineering II (3)
④ NQE204 Interaction of Radiation with Matters (3)
⑤ NQE301 Nuclear Reactor Theory (3)
⑥ NQE303 Radiation Measurement Experiments (3)
⑦ NQE401 System Engineering of Nuclear Power Plants and Experiments (4)
⑧ NQE402 Nuclear and Quantum Engineering Design Project (3)
Elective(18) Please refer to the General Bulletin.
Research(30) Mandatory(3) Graduate Research (3)
Elective Individual study, Seminar
Free
Total

130(in 2015 and before), 136(in 2016 and thereafter)

English Proficiency Requirements upon Graduation

。Students are required to meet one of the following requirements on English proficiency
    before entering KAIST or dring their yearns of enrollment : 560 points in PBT TOEFL; 220 points in CBT TOEFL;
    83 points in IBT TOEFL; 6.5 points in IELTS; 720 points or 760/775 points in TOEIC (see below);
    or 590 points or 670/690 points in TEPS (see below).

※ Criteria for TOEIC and TEPS scores
- Students submitting scores from new TOEIC (held in May 2006 and onward) or TEPS held
   on March 1, 2007 and onward: 720 points in TOEIC; or 599 points in TEPS
- Students submitting scores from old TOEIC (held before April 20060 or TEPS held before February 28, 2007:
。Students entering KAIST in 2008 and onward : 775 points in TOEIC; or 690 points in TEPS
。Students entering KAIST in 2007 or before: 760 points in TOEIC; or 670 points in TEPS

  

Minor and Double Major

<for undergraduates who have entered KAIST in 2016 and thereafter>

- Advanced Major: at least 12 credits(from Elective Major courses) - Individually Designed Major: at least 12 credits
    (at least 12 credits of major course offered by two different major departments except original major department.) - Minor : at least 21 credits are required     (at least 21 credits including 15 credits from Mandatory Major Courses)
       ※ duplicating credits with other major departments are not allowed.
- Double Major: at least 40 credits
    - at least 40 credits including 25 credits from Mandatory Major Courses
       ※ Duplicating credits with other major department are up to 6 credits.
 - Research :At least 3 credits
      ○ At lesat 3 credits from graduate research (Refer to the KAIST common requirements for URP and Internship Program to replace graduation research.)
      ○ Independent research and Seminar credits can be counted as research credits.

<for undergraduates who have entered KAIST in 2015 and before>

- Minor: At least 21 credits
   (at least 21 credits including 15 credits from Mandatory Major Courses)
- Double Major: At least 40 credits 
   (at least 40 credits including 25 credits from Mandatory Major Courses)
- Research Course: At least 3 credits
    ○ At least 3 credits from graduate research (Refer to the KAIST common requirements for URP and Internship Program to replace graduation research.)
    ○Independent research and Seminar credits can be counted as research credits.


[Department’s Internal Guidelines for Strengthening Undergraduate Education and Research, Results from Department’s Faculty Meeting on March 21, 2013] I. Recommended Courses Offered by Other Departments as Elective Courses : Students are encouraged to go beyond classwork of the Department of Nuclear and Quantum Engineering

▪Nuclear Engineering (10 Courses)
- Mechanical Engineering
  MAE211 Thermodynamics, MAE221 Fluid Mechanics, MAE231 Mechanics of Materials
  MAE251 Dynamics, MAE311 Heat Transfer
- Civil and Environmental Engineering
  CE371 Environmental Science and Engineering
- Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering
  CBE202 Introduction to Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering
  CBE471 Introduction to Environmental Engineering
- Materials Science and Engineering
  MS211 Introduction to Materials Science and Engineering
- Electrical Engineering
  EE304 Electronic Circuits

▪Radiation Engineering (10 Courses)
- Bio and Brain Engineering
  BiS225 Anatomy & Physiology
- Mathematical Sciences
  MAS470 Mathematical Modeling
- Materials Science and Engineering
  MS211 Introduction to Materials Science and Engineering
  MS331 Nanomaterials Science & Technology
- Electrical Engineering
  EE204 Electromagnetics, EE211 Introduction to Physical Electronics
  EE304 Electronic Circuits, EE362 Semiconductor Devices, EE403 Analog Electronic Circuits
- Computer Science
  CS484 Introduction to Image Processing

▪Nuclear Fusion Engineering (10 Courses)
- Physics
  PH221 Classical Mechanics I, PH222 Classical Mechanics II, PH231 Electromagnetism I
  PH232 Electromagnetism II, PH211 Mathematical Methods I Physics I
  PH212 Mathematical Methods in Physics II
  PH241 Modern Physics, PH311 Thermal Physics

- Mechanical Engineering
  MAE221 Fluid Mechanics

- Electrical Engineering
  EE201 Circuit Theory

II. Guidelines for Strengthening Research Capabilities of Undergraduate Students
1. Students must take one or more research programs among Individual Research, Undergraduate Research Program (URP),
     and Human Resource Program for Nuclear Engineering Students funded by the government before enrolling
     in graduation research including internship course.
2. In general, the graduation research should be applied in the last graduate semester, but with exception of the cases, 
    when applying the URP or internship for the substitution of graduation research.
3. When students would like to substitute the internship courses over 9 weeks as graduation research, the graduation research
    evaluation committee is constituted with total 3 committee members including his/her academic advisor.
    The evaluation process is performed after the end of the internship, and the internship report  
    in the original, signed or stamped by the academic advisor must be delivered to the department office,
    when the internship course is evaluated as the graduation research with quality and satisfaction.