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Undergraduate courses Curriculum

2020 General Education

General Education Credit Requirements (47 or more)
Categories Areas Required Courses Credits Comments
Critical Thinking
and Writing
[1-1] College Writing 1 4   
[1-2] College Writing 2: Writing in Science & Technology
[1-1․2] Take two courses  4-6 • Students with a TEPS score of 900 (New TEPS score of 525) and below upon matriculation must take at least one English course. 
[1-1] Calculus 1 and Calculus Practice 1 or
 Honor Calculus 1 and Honor Calculus Practice 1
12 • Students taking ‘Calculus 1․2’ or ‘Honor Calculus 1․2’ must take the corresponding labs concurrently.
[1-2] Calculus 2 and Calculus Practice 2 or
 Honor Calculus 2 and Honor Calculus Practice 2
[2-1] Engineering Mathematics 1
[2-2] Engineering Mathematics 2
[1-1․2] Required electives
- Must earn 12 credits from among the following: Physics 1* (can be replaced with Foundation of Physics 1 or Honor Physics 1) and Physics Lab. 1, Physics 2* (can be replaced with Foundation of Physics 2 or Honor Physics 2) and Physics Lab. 2, Chemistry 1 and Chemistry Lab. 1, Chemistry 2 and Chemistry Lab. 2, Physics and Physics Lab., Chemistry and Chemistry Lab., Earth System Science and Earth System Science Lab.
12 • Students taking a course in Natural Sciences must take the corresponding labs concurrently.
• *Students who took High School Physics 2 in high school must take ‘Physics 1․2’ while who did not must take ‘Foundation of Physics 1․2’.
• If a student required to take ‘Foundation of Physics 1․2’ wishes to take ‘Physics 1․2,’ the student must pass the minimum score requirement at Physics qualification test.
• If a student has have already taken the first of two-semester sequenced courses and took one-semester course in the same field, she/he can get the credits for only one course recognized for the Natural Sciences area. The rest of the credits could be incorporated to all general education credits.
※ For example, if she/he has taken [Chemistry 1 and Chemistry Lab 1] for 4 credits as well as [Chemistry and Chemistry Lab], she/he can get only 4 credits recognized for the Natural Sciences area. On the other hand, all the 8 credits will be recognized for all general education credits.
Computer and Information Science [1-1] Digital Computer Concept and Practice 3   
Worlds of
Language and
   12 • Must earn 12 credits in at least 3 out of 5 areas (Language and Literature, Culture and Art, History and Philosophy, Politics and Economy, Humans and Society).
Culture and
History and
Politics and
Humans and
Nature and
Life and
All General Education Courses       • Students may select any courses from the list of General Education courses. 
※ When you are exempt from taking ‘Fundamentals of Computer System, Digital Computer Concept and Practice,’you are recognized as fulfilling the minimum credit requirements in Academic Foundations (Computer and Information Science) even when you did not earn the required credits. Regardless of it, you must meet the minimum general education credit requirements.

※ Numbers in brackets indicate semester scheduling recommendations.


2020 Major Curriculum

Recommended Tracks for Undergraduate Majors
Year 1st Semester 2nd Semester
1 M1594.000300* Understanding Energy Resources Engineering(1) M1594.000400* Practices of Energy Resources Engineering(1)
2 465.320 Engineering Geology 465.202* Management of Energy, Environment and Technology
M1594.001300* Mechanics of Materials for Energy Resources Engineering M1594.001500* Fluid Mechanics for Energy Resources Engineering
M1594.001400* Thermodynamics for Energy Resources M1594.001600* Energy Resources Geochemistry
(                  )* College of Engineering Introductory Engineering Course M1594.001700 Gravity, Magnetic, and Electromagnetic Prospecting
3 465.311* Rock Mechanics 465.215A Energy GIS
465.313* Petroleum and Gas Engineering and Experiment 465.302* Mineral Processing
465.319 Renewable Energy 465.304 Numerical Analysis for Energy Resources
465.333 Wave and Earthquake Engineering 465.315 Geostatistics
  465.326 Rock Mechanics for Mining
  465.331 Remote Sensing for Energy Resources
  M1594.000900 Production Engineering
  M1594.001900 Energy Resources Circulation Engineering
4 465.408 Analysis of International Energy Markets 465.417 Geophysical Data Analysis
465.413 Energy Economics 465.419 Clean Coal Technology
465.435 Energy Environment Engineering 465.420 Geothermal Energy
465.441 Drilling Engineering 465.424 Design of Tunnel and Underground Space
M1594.001200* Field Design of Energy and Resources Engineering(1) 465.442 Mining Engineering 
M1594.002000 Mine Reclamation Environmental Engineering  
M1594.002100 Reservoir Geomechanics  
※ (*): Credited as Major Elective for Dept. of Energy Resources Engineering, (1): 1 credit, (2): 2 credits, besides those: 3 credits

※ College of Engineering Introductory Engineering Course – Must take 1 course as required course from among the following: 400.015 Introduction to Industrial Engineering, 400.019A Introduction to Electrical and Computer Engineering, 400.020 Introduction to Materials Science and Engineering, 400.022 Introduction to Civil and Environmental Engineering, 400.023 Introduction to Chemical and Biological Engineering, M2277.004900 Theory and Lab of IoT, AI, and Big Data, M2177.006300 Theory and Lab of Cyber Security and Blockchain. (Excluding 400.024 Introduction to Energy Resources Engineering).


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