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Courses for 3-Week Program
Courses

Each class is worth 3 credits.

Students can take up to a maximum of two courses.

Classes are held from Monday to Friday.

No prior knowledge of Korean is necessary for enrollment and the medium of instruction for all courses is English
  (except for Korean language classes).

Final enrollment of Korean language course will be determined based on the result of Korean Language Placement Test. Hence, your choice of Korean language course level can be changed.

Attention!

Course Materials Requirements: Students are responsible for textbooks and course readers for their registered courses. Please refer to the syllabus for detailed information.

Student MUST meet the course ADD/DROP deadline. It is the student's responsibility to make sure his/her registration is correct. Any failure to do so will be reflected on his/her final grade.

IWC Course syllabi will be taken down from the website after the program ends, so be sure to download and print them if you think you would need them in the future.

Course Timetable
Period
P1
P2
Time
9:00 ~ 11:50
13:00 ~ 15:50
Date
Mon - Fri
Mon - Fri
Number of Credits
3
3
Courses for Period 1
Code Course Title Faculty Home University
GEFC013
Language & Culture (test)
IKL211A
Beginning Korean I-A
IKL211B
Beginning Korean I-B
IKL211C
Beginning Korean I-C
IKL211D
Beginning Korean I-D
IKL222A
Beginning Korean II-A
IWC101
Calculus I
HONGJOONG KIM
Korea University
IWC129B
Strategic Management
Yi Li
The University of Sydney
IWC203
Introduction to Macroeconomics
DIRK BETHMANN
Korea Unviersity
IWC204
Principles of Financial Accounting
EDWARD MONSOUR
California State University-L.A.
IWC205
Introduction to Marketing
TONY GARRETT
Korea Unviersity
IWC263
Social Psychology
Hajin LEE
University of Alberta
IWC282A
Mass Media & Popular Culture in Korea
JIHOON PARK
Korea University
IWC303
Principles of Finance
Jun Myung Song
Korea University
IWC312A
International Business
CUI Lin
Australian National University
IWC364
Business Ethics
K. PRAVEEN PARBOTEEAH
University of Wisconsin-Whitewater
IWC392
Sustainability Strategies
MARK DAVISON
King's College London

Courses for Period 2
Code Course Title Faculty Home University
IKL211E
Beginning Korean I-E
IKL222B
Beginning Korean II-B
IKL311A
Intermediate Korean I-A
IWC112
Linear Algebra
HONGJOONG KIM
Korea University
IWC129A
Strategic Management
K. PRAVEEN PARBOTEEAH
University of Wisconsin-Whitewater
IWC207
Statistics
YOONSUH JUNG
Korea University
IWC211
Managerial Accounting
EDWARD MONSOUR
California State University-L.A.
IWC236
Abnormal Psychology
Katie Koo
Texas A&M University
IWC269
Introduction to Cognitive Psychology
Myeong-Ho Sohn
George Washington University
IWC282B
Mass Media & Popular Culture in Korea
JIHOON PARK
Korea University
IWC283
Korean Cinema & Visual Culture
DARCY PAQUET
Busan Asian Film School
IWC302
International Finance
DIRK BETHMANN
Korea Unviersity
IWC311
Heat Transfer
Wonjoon Choi
Korea University
IWC312B
International Business (Chinese Lecture)
CUI Lin
Australian National University
IWC321
Chinese Business and Economy
Yi Li
The University of Sydney
IWC394
Financial Statement Analysis
MARK DAVISON
King's College London
SPGE176W
Introduction to Korean History and Culture
LEIGHANNE KIMBERLY YUH
Korea Unviersity

Grading Policies
The student's academic performance is assessed according to four different criteria: exams, assignments, attendance, and class participation. Korea University’s academic regulations state that class attendance of at least 70 percent is required to earn a passing grade. Each professor may prefer a different attendance policy, and in such case, students should follow the professor’s guidelines. Generally, course performance is graded on the following 100-point scale:
※ Grading at IWC is based on an absolute assessment system.
※ Please note, for transfer credit, passing grades may vary from institutions.
Credit Transferability
Students who wish to transfer KU IWC program credits are advised to consult with the appropriate academic authorities at their home institution in advance. The home institution's academic advisors decide whether a particular IWC course may be applied towards the major or elective requirement. Students usually refer to the uploaded syllabus on the IWC course list to determine credit transferability to their home institution. If you have any questions, please contact us at kuwinter@korea.ac.kr.
Transcripts
Once the confirmation period for final grades is over, KU IWC transcript will be sent to students in late February. It will take up to a week for Korean domestic addresses and 3 weeks for overseas addresses. If you need extra copies, please email us at kuwinter@korea.ac.kr. There will be additional charges for DHL or FedEx Services.

Students must confirm their transcript address before the program ends. If you wish to change the address, please do so at the view/change application page.
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