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Course Enrollment Guidelines for 2021 Fall Semester
Jul 21, 2021  |  Read: 4,709


Course Enrollment Guidelines for 2021 Fall Semester

  * In order to comply with the COVID-19 prevention guidelines provided by the public health authorities and in consideration of the students residing abroad who must take classes remotely due to unavoidable circumstances, for the 2021 Fall Semester, most of UIC courses are to be conducted online/non-face-to-face.

** According to Anti-graft law implemented in September 2016, any personal requests for additional course enrollment are considered illegal. Therefore, course enrollment via personal approval from professors is not allowed from 2017-1st semester. Please register your courses with prudence using mileage-betting system.

*** From 2021 Spring semester, students can allocate up to 12 mileage points for UIC seminar courses(courses with  codes that start with UIC35(XX) and UIC36(XX)).

**** In principle, the children of professors currently employed by the university will be prohibited from taking courses taught by their parents. Despite the above statement, if there are inevitable reasons for taking his/her parent’s class, then the professor must in advance report to and obtain approval of the Vice President for Academic Affairs by contacting their Dean and the Director of the Department.

***** The beginning date of the 2021 Fall Semester is August 30(Mon), 2021.

 

  1. Enrollment for UIC-first courses : August 11th 10:00 A.M. ~  August 12th 12:00 P.M.(noon) 

 - UIC sophomores, juniors and seniors may apply for UIC-first courses on August 11th~12th. Students must submit the Google survey form provided at UIC homepage academic affairs notice board (the link will be announced soon) from 10:00 AM on August 11th to 12:00 PM on August 12th.

- If applied correctly, UIC first courses will be automatically enrolled. - Four times the credits of UIC first course will be automatically deducted from the total mileages. Hence, students who took advantage of this policy will have reduced mileage during course enrollment period. - Only those who declared their major or double major as ECON, PSIR, AS, QRM are allowed to apply for enrollment of UIC-first courses during the period. - Students are NOT allowed to apply for non-UIC first courses during UIC-first courses enrollment period, August 11th ~ 12th.

 2. Important Dates

Period

Dates (yyyy/mm/dd time)

Method

Note

UIC First Course Enrollment

2021.8.11. 10:00 ~ 8.12. 12:00

Google Survey

Must apply by Google Survey

Course Enrollment for Sophomore and above

2021.8.13. 09:00 ~8.17. 17:00

Mileage System

Time of enrollment not important

(24 hours during the period)

Returning Students

2021.8.17. 09:00 ~ 17:00

 Students applied for return during 8.13~8.16

View Results for Course Enrollment

2021.8.18. 16:00 ~ 8.19. 08:59

Wish List available

Additional Course Enrollment

2021.8.19. 09:00 ~ 8.20. 17:00

Wait List System

Setting the waiting list by priority according to the result of enrollment period

Course Enrollment for Freshmen(1st Year)

2021.8.25. 09:00 ~ 17:00

Returning Students

2021.8.27. 09:00 ~ 17:00

Students applied for return during 8.17~8.23

Course Add & Drop

2021.9.3. 08:00 ~ 9.7. 17:00 (Log-in from 07:00)

The existing waiting number will be initialized. Waiting numbers are given on the first-come first-serve basis.

3. Major declaration results will be updated on the Yonsei Portal as of  August 30, 2021

Students will be accepted to the majors for which they applied during the major application according to their admissions tracks. Therefore, students may enroll for major courses based on their major declaration.

4.  UIC Seminar courses have course codes that start with UIC35(XX) and UIC36(XX). From 2021 Spring semester, students can allocate up to 12 mileage points for UIC seminar courses.

5. Course Catalogue: http://portal.yonsei.ac.kr > Course Catalogue and Syllabus: Undergraduate & Graduate
* Course Search Tips for Freshmen - Common Curriculum Courses: Choose Undergraduate Programs > Underwood International College > Common Curriculum (International Campus) from the drop down boxes and then click on 'Search' to view the course listings.

Introduction to Major Courses: Choose Undergraduate Programs > Underwood International College > Common Curriculum (International Campus) from the drop down boxes and then click on 'Search' to view the course listings. Courses include CLC1002 Introduction to Cultural Studies (CLC), ECO1001 Introduction to Economics (ECON), ISM1001 Introduction to International Studies (IS),  POL1002 Introduction to Political Science (PSIR), MAT1001~1002 Calculus and Vector Analysis 1&2, PHY1001~1002 General Physics and Lab 1&2, CHE1001~1002 General Chemistry and Lab 1&2, BIO1001~1002 General Biology and Lab 1&2.

- Asian Studies Division (Freshman): Choose Undergraduate Programs > Underwood International College > ASD-Asian Studies from the drop down boxes and then click on 'Search' to view the course listings.

- Techno-Art Division (Freshman):   Culture and Design Management Major Courses: Choose Undergraduate Programs >  Underwood International College > TAD-Culture and Design Management   Information and Interaction Design Major Courses: Choose Undergraduate Programs > Underwood International College > TAD-Information and Interaction Design   Creative Technology and Management Major Courses: Choose Undergraduate Programs > Underwood International College > TAD-Creative Technology & Management

- Integrated Social Sciences Division (Freshman):   Justice and Civil Leadership: Choose Undergraduate Programs > Underwood International College > ISSD-Justice and Civil Leadership   Quantitative Risk Management: Choose Undergraduate Programs > Underwood International College > ISSD-Quantitative Risk Management  Science, Technology, and Policy: Choose Undergraduate Programs > Underwood International College > ISSD-Science, Technology, and Policy   Sustainable Development and Cooperation: Choose Undergraduate Programs > Underwood International College > ISSD-Sustainable Development and Cooperation

- Integrated Science and Engineering Division (Freshman):  Nano Science and Engineering: Choose Undergraduate Programs > Underwood International College > ISED-Nano Science and Engineering   Energy & Environmental Science and Engineering: Choose Undergraduate Programs > Underwood International College > ISED-Energy & Environmental Science and Engineering   Bio-Convergence: Choose Undergraduate Programs > Underwood International College > ISED-Bio-Convergence

- Residential Education: Choose Undergraduate Programs > International Campus(2019~) > Basic Education-SE, Basic Education-RC 101 respectively for Social Engagement and RC 101 courses and then click on the magnifying glass to view the Residential Education course listings.      
** Course information is subject to change. Please check Yonsei Portal for the most up-to-date information.

6. Request for Submission of Agreement Form of Personal Information Collection and Usage (International Students Only)

International students must submit a consent form for collection, usage, and provision of personal information for the purpose of submitting to the National Health Insurance Service. Please be noted that course enrollment for the 2022 spring semester may be restricted if they are not submitted. For more information, please refer to the attached

7. Students with CGPA of 3.7(A-) and above are qualified to write a UIC Senior Thesis. Students taking UIC4801 Senior Thesis must enroll for the course through the Yonsei Portal system during the course registration period AND submit the attached form to CC Chair Professor by Friday, September 3, 2021.

 

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