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Course

Undergraduate

Enrollment guide

Specialized major and area

The curriculum is organized to analyze the economic behavior of microeconomic agents and analyze the whole macro-economic trends. A total of 30 special subjects are offered, from traditional academic fields to new academic fields and there are 37 professors. Major Basic courses are Principles of Microeconomics, Principles of Macroeconomics, Mathematics for Economics I and major requisite courses are Microeconomics and Macroeconomics.

Curriculum

교과과정
Major Basic/Major Requisite/Major Elective
  • Major Basic: Principles of Microeconomics, Principles of Macroeconomics, Mathematics for Economics I
  • Major Requisite: Microeconomics and Macroeconomics
  • Major Elective: Must take minimum 33 credits (11 courses)/ Must take minimum 21 credits (7 courses) (Double Major)
Basic Courses (Major Elective)
  • Intro to Economic History/ History of Economic Thoughts I
  • Mathematics for Economics II / Econometrics I/Mathematical Economics
  • Money & and Banking/International Finance/ Public Finance
  • Development and Economic Growth/ Industrial Organization/ International Trade Theory/ Labor Economics
Applied Courses (Major Elective)
  • Modern Economic History/ Korean Economic History/ History of Economic Thoughts II/ Comparative Economic Systems/ Marxian Political Economy
  • Financial Economics/ Financial Econometrics/ Econometrics II
  • Welfare Economics/ Social Security/ Economic Policy/ Economic Planning
  • Game Theory and Applications/ Law and Economics/ Contract& and Organization Theory
  • Resource and Environmental Economics/ Personnel Economics
  • Business Cycle Theory and Forecasting/ Contemporary Economic Theory
  • Population Economics/ Economic Dynamics
  • Regional Economics / Korean Economy
  • Introduction to Financial Engineering I/ Mathematics for Finance

Requisites for graduation

졸업요건
Class of matriculation 학부대학/상경대학 Major requirement Minor Total Credits Others
Undergraduate Basic Undergraduate Requisite General Area Basic Major Exploration Totla Single major Double major within campus
00 ~ 01학번 10 12 12 0 34 36(33) 36(33) 21 126
  • Class of 2000~2003: Introduction to Economics is acknowledged both as major and General Area Basic
  • Must take more or equal to 45 credits of 3000-4000 level courses.
02 ~ 05학번 10 12 12 3 37 02학번:36(33)
03학번:48(45)
04~05학번:48 36 21
06학번 10 12 12 0 34 48
07~09학번 10 12 9 3 34
10~12학번 공통기초 필수교양 합계 48 36 21 126
  • Check the Major Basic and Major Requisite courses *Must take Introduction to statistics among General education requisite courses.
10 24 34
13~14학번 공통기초 필수교양 RC필수 합계 48 36 21 126
  • Logic and Quantitative Reasoning category (Must take Introduction to Statistics), Cannot take Introduction to Economics
10 24 3 37
15학번 12 24 3 39 48 36 21 126

  • From the class of 2010 and onwards, undergraduate students of department School of Economics must take Major Basic (9 credits) < Principles of Microeconomics, Principles of Macroeconomics, Mathematics for Economics I>, Major Requisite (6 credits) < Microeconomics and Macroeconomics> and in the General Education Requisite ‘Logic and Quantitative Reasoning category’ Category
    Student matriculating from 2010 must not take of General Education Requisite ‘States and Societies’ category. If they do take the course, they cannot meet the mandatory requirements of the General Education Requisite credits.
  • From 2010, transfer students must take at least 51 major credits. Double major students must take at least 48 major credits. Required courses are the same as the single major students.
  • If one of three courses from Probability and Statistics (MAT2013), Statistics (MAT2103), and Statistical Method (STA 2105) is completed, the required credit for Introduction to Statistics is fulfilled. However, it would not be acknowledged as taking a General Education Category credit.
  • If a student takes Advanced Calculus (MAT), Linear Algebra (MAT/STA) and Engineering Mathematics 2 (MAT) (Advanced Calculus+ Linear Algebra or Engineering Mathematics+ Linear Algebra), this student is exempt from taking Major Basic course Mathematics for Economics (1). Instead, this student should take an additional Economics Elective course (3 credits).
  • Class of 2007-2009 must take Major Exploration (3 credits), General Area Basic(3 credits) , Major Basic (6 credits) < Microeconomics and Macroeconomics>, Major Elective (9 credits). As Mathematics for Economics (1) is a Major Exploration course, this is admitted as major credit. (From Class of 2010, Mathematics for Economics (1) is a Major Basic course, thus not acknowledged as major elective credit) Additional requisite for Minor degree: If graduation requirement for the original major and the requirement for the minor overlaps, the student should take additional Economics major courses as the overlapping credits.
  • Mathematical Statistics (STA2103) provided by the Applied Statistics department is as the same level as Economics Major courses for Junior and Senior, thus admitted as Economics Major regardless of matriculation year. (Students who major Applied Statistics will not be double counted)
  • Graduation requirements other than single major (double major, transfer, minor) contact the administrative office of Economics DepartmentSchool of Economics.