Difficulty in Online Course RegistrationEach semester, both domestic and international students compete with each other to register for their courses of choice through the online course registration system. Therefore, students who fail to register for their courses should consult with the respective professor to get a seat.
Medicine, Dentistry, Nursing, Music, MBA, Law, All courses offered at the Songdo International Campus(mostly UIC courses)
Business courses are in high demand every semester, so they are strictly open to business major students only. Maximum of three (3) classes on the subject per semester is allowed. (subject to change.)
Course Level can be checked by each course code. If a course's code number is level 1000, it means the course is classified as a General Education and/or Lower Level course. Level 2000 - 4000 courses are Major and/or Upper Level courses. Courses over 5000 are Graduate courses.
Course load is limited to a minimum nine (9) credits for all incoming exchange/visiting students, while the maximum is eighteen (18) credits for undergraduate and fifteen (15) for graduate students. If a student takes the Korean Language course designed and offered for regular Korean Language Institute (http://www.yskli.com) students, the maximum course load is limited to twelve (12) credits and the six (6) credits for the Afternoon Korean Language course.
Searching Courses in English
- Go to http://portal.yonsei.ac.kr/main/indexe.jsp
- Click on the "Course Catalogue and Syllabus: Undergraduate and Graduate" banner on the right frame.
- Search for the course that you want to take either by choosing Major and Semester or by inserting course title or course code in the search box if you know it.
FALL 2017 Course List
|Field||Course Code||Course Title||Credits||Time|
|-||IEE1101-01||BEGINNING KOREAN WRITING||3||W1,F1,2|
|-||IEE1151-01||HEALTH AND WELLNESS||3||T1,Th2,3|
|-||IEE1154-01||KOREAN POPULAR CULTURE AND KOREAN WAVE||3||T2,3,Th1|
|-||IEE2004-01||KOREAN GRAMMAR FOR INTERNATIONAL LEARNERS||3||M4,W5,6|
|-||IEE2021-01||KOREAN TRADITIONAL MUSIC AND CULTURE||3||T1,Th2,3|
|Business||IEE2060-01||PRINCIPLES OF MARKETING||3||T1,Th2,3|
|-||IEE3034-01||CHINESE CHARACTERS I||3||M3,4,W4|
|-||IEE3103-01||INTRODUCTION TO KOREAN STUDIES||3||T5,6,7|
|-||IEE3107-01||PRE-MODERN KOREAN HISTORY||3||M3,4,W4|
|-||IEE3108-01||MODERN KOREAN HISTORY||3||M5,6,W6|
|-||IEE3116-01||INTRODUCTION TO KOREAN PHILOSOPHY||3||W7,8,9|
|-||IEE3121-01||TRADITIONAL KOREAN SOCIETY & MODERNIZATION||3||M3,4,W4|
|-||IEE3131-01||POLITICS AND SOCIETY OF NORTH KOREA||3||F2,3,4|
|-||IEE3149-01||PHILOSOPHY IN EAST ASIAN LITERATURE||3||W3,F3,4|
|-||IEE3220-01||TOPICS ON KOREAN LANGUAGE AND CULTURE||3||M5,6,W4|
|-||IEE3300-01||CONTEMPORARY KOREAN CINEMA AND SOCIETY||3||T7,Th8,9|
|-||IEE3300-02||CONTEMPORARY KOREAN CINEMA AND SOCIETY||3||T8,9,Th7|
|-||IEE3315-01||LAW AND JUSTICE||3||M5,6,W6|
|-||IEE3316-01||EARLY MODERN KOREA AND ITS HISTORICAL SITES IN SEOUL||3||M1,2,W2|
|-||IEE3317-01||MEDIA COMMUNICATION IN KOREA||3||W1,F1,2|
|-||IEE3317-02||MEDIA COMMUNICATION IN KOREA||3||W2,3,F3|
|-||IEE3328-01||INTERNATIONAL BUSINESS COMMUNICATION||3||T4,Th5,6|
|-||IEE3329-01||CULTURE AND COGNITION||3||T5,6,Th4|
|-||IEE3339-01||KOREAN LANGUAGE AND SOCIETY||3||M1,2,W2|
|Business||IEE3346-01||HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGEMENT||3||F6,7,8|
|Business||IEE3353-01||BUSINESS AND THE ARTS||3||T2,3,Th1|
|Business||IEE3356-01||INTRODUCTION TO MANAGEMENT INFORMATION SYSTEMS||3||T4,Th5,6|
|Business||IEE3358-01||PRODUCTION AND OPERATIONS MANAGEMENT||3||Th7,8,9|
|-||IEE3579-01||INTERNATIONAL POLITICS OF THE KOREAN PENINSULA||3||M7,8,9|
|-||IEE3580-01||KOREAN GOVERNMENT AND PUBLIC POLICY||3||M1,2,3|
|-||IEE3581-01||ECOLOGY OF HUMAN DEVELOPMENT||3||M8,9,W8|
|-||IEE3583-01||SOCIETY AND HUMAN BEHAVIOR||3||M6,7,W7|
|KLI||KLI1001-02||INTENSIVE KOREAN LANGUAGE (LEVEL 1)||6||M8,9,T8,9,W8,9,Th8,9,F8,9|
|KLI||KLI1002-01||INTENSIVE KOREAN LANGUAGE (LEVEL 2)||6||M8,9,T8,9,W8,9,Th8,9,F8,9|
|KLI||KLI1003-01||INTENSIVE KOREAN LANGUAGE (LEVEL 3)||6||M8,9,T8,9,W8,9,Th8,9,F8,9|
|KLI||KLI1004-01||INTENSIVE KOREAN LANGUAGE (LEVEL 4)||6||M8,9,T8,9,W8,9,Th8,9,F8,9|
|KLI||KLI1005-01||INTENSIVE KOREAN LANGUAGE (LEVEL 5)||6||M8,9,T8,9,W8,9,Th8,9,F8,9|
|KLI||KLI1006-01||INTENSIVE KOREAN LANGUAGE (LEVEL 6)||6||M8,9,T8,9,W8,9,Th8,9,F8,9|
Korean Language Courses
Since 2013 Spring Semester, Yonsei University has been offering an Afternoon Korean Language Institute (KLI) Course for incoming exchange and visiting students. Taking a Korean Language Course is optional. Please refer to the following new Korean Language Course Module for your plan of Korean Language Study.
If you feel burdened to take a 6 credit KLI Korean Language Course, you can consider a 3 credit Korean Language Course, IEE3341 Korean (1), offered by Office of International Office.
About KLI Korean Language Course
- Levels: 6
- Time Period: 8-9 class period (4:00-6:00 pm)
- Total In-class Hour: About 160 hours (Monday to Friday for 16 weeks)
- Credit: 6 credits (This credit should be counted towards the Maximum Credit limit)
- Course Code: KLI1001~KLI1006
- Course Title: Intensive Korean Language Course Level 1- 6
- Registration for the course: Through the Yonsei Portal site's Undergraduate Course Enrollment system
- Note: Selection of a Level for a Intensive Korean Language Course should be based on the student's own judgment, as there will be a mandatory Placement Test on the first day of class to adjust his or her Korean Language Course level. If the level is too difficult or too easy, change the course level during the Course Add and Drop Period.
- Course load example when a student takes a Intensive Korean Language Course each semester
Course Load Type Course Load 1 6 credits (Korean Language course)+12 credits (Undergraduate courses)= 18 credits* 2 6 credits (Korean Language course)+ 9 credits (Graduate courses)= 15 credits*
- Grading Table
Grading Table A + 4.3 B + 3.3 C + 2.3 D + 1.3 A 0 4.0 B 0 3.0 C 0 2.0 D 0 1.0 A - 3.7 B - 2.7 C - 1.7 D - 0.7
- Yonsei does not have an "Incomplete" or "Pass/Nonpass" grading option
Using Yonsei Portal System
To view Yonsei Portal System properly, read the following instruction before browsing courses with your computer
User settings and notices
- The Portal System is optimized for MS Internet 9.0 (resolution 1024*768) or higher versions. If you have problems opening the page or the screen appears distorted, upgrade your Explorer or change your browser.
- Portal system uses a memory cookie; the Portal will not run if the user's computer is set for high security of a Cyberwall prevents cookies.
User settings and notices Web Browser Settings Web browser [Tools] ->[Internet Options] On the menu, set the Security and Privacy levels to medium levels of security. Cyberwall Settings Disable the "cookie blocking" from your Cyberwall program settings menu.
- When using the Portal Service in computer labs, Internet Cafes, or other public places, please close all web browser windows to ensure that the cookie does not remain in the computer.
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- Link to Campus Life → Pre-arrival → Course Registration