2005~2006

Master’s Program

Doctoral Program

General Course

Major Course

Research

Total

General Course

Major Course

Research

Total

Mandatory

Elective

Mandatory

Elective

3

3

At least 18

At least 6

At least 33

3

9

At least 18

At least 30

At least 60

  • * Once a master’s student completes the general and the major’s required (mandatory) subjects, that student doesn’t need to retake the same required (mandatory) subjects when he or she becomes a doctoral student.
 

▣ Detail

Division

Subject

Reference

General Required
Course
(3)

Common
(0)

CC010 Special Lecture on Leadership

CC010 is not included to a Grade Point Average, but appears to be pass/fail (P/F), which applies to students enrolled in KAIST from 2002 and onward, except for general scholarship students, international students

CC020 Ethics and Safety I

All students presently studying at KAIST must take CC020 which is not included to GPA, but required for graduation.

Choose
one subject

CC500 Scientific Writing
CC510 Introduction to Computer Application
CC511 Probability and Statistics
CC512 Introduction to Materials and Engineering
CC513 Engineering Economy and Cost Analysis
CC530 Enterpreneurship and Business Strategies
CC531 Patent Analysis and Invention Disclosure

EE528 Random Processes can replace CC511

* Only one general required course counts towards graduation.

Major Required
Courses

M.S. (3)

EE505 Electronics Lab.

EE505 is only given in Spring Semester

Ph.D. (9)
Choose three subjects

EE505 Electronics Lab.
EE511 Computer Architecture
EE521 Random Processes
(=Probability and Random Processes)
EE541 Electromagnetic Theory
EE561 Introduction to VLSI Devices
EE571 Advanced Electronic Circuits
EE573 Introduction to VLSI Systems
EE581 Linear Systems

 

■Computer Architecture(→EE511)

 

■Physical Electronics (Change in the course number)

 

Elective

M.S.
(more
than 18)

- At least 2 EE courses (6 credit hours) at the 500 level or above must be taken
- The 400 level or above courses in EE and the 500 level or above courses in other departments may be taken. In addition, the 400 level courses in EE must be the mutual B.S. and M.S. courses.

Ph.D.
(18)

 500 level or above courses may be taken
- At least 2 courses in EE at the 600 level or above must be taken
- All master’s degree coursework except research including M.S. thesis and seminar may count towards doctoral degree coursework.

Research

M.S.
(more than 6)

Thesis

EE960 M.S. Thesis (more than 4 credits)

Seminar

EE990 Technical Writing (only Fall Semester)

EE990 is elective for international students

Ph.D.
(30)

Thesis

EE980 Ph.D. Thesis (more than 29 credits)

  • ■ Students enrolled in the EE Integrated Master's and Doctoral Degree Program from 2005 and onward must complete both M.S. and Ph.D research coursework such as Special Lecture on Leadership and Technical Writing. (Once a student completes the M.S. research coursework above during Master’s period, he or she does not need to retake them during doctoral period)
  • ■ Students enrolled in the EE Doctoral Program after 1997 may take the undergraduate level courses which have been available since 1998 spring semester with approval by their faculty advisor and the department head, if they want. But, the undergraduate-level courses mentioned above must belong to other departments different from EE and their credit hours should be within 6
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