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Guidelines for Required TEPS Score and Registration Rules for English Foundations, College English 1, College English 2 and Advanced English Coureses
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Guidelines for Required TEPS Score and Registration Rules for

English Foundations, College EnglishⅠ, College EnglishⅡ, and Advanced English Courses
 

※ The courses offered by the College English Program (College EnglishⅠ, College EnglishⅡ, and Advanced English) are among the mandatory first-year ‘General Education’ courses. Thus, students who do not take the courses during the first year or during the year designated by their departments cannot graduate, the consequences of which are the sole responsibility of the student in concern.

※ College EnglishⅠ is not offered during the winter sessions.
 

1. Registration Rules (For students admitted in and after 2014)

(1) For all students

1) The number of courses, specific course(s) a student must complete, and exemption from College English courses will be decided by his or her TEPS score on admission (highest TEPS score acquired within the valid period of two years from the admission date). Foreign language requirement will be decided by the course regulations set by each college.

2) The English course requirement decided by a student's TEPS score on admission will be maintained until graduation.

※ However, if a student’s TEPS score does not match his or her English proficiency, the committee of College English Program will move the student to another course after a replacement interview. The required credits for graduation which must be earned in the College English courses will be the same even if a student moves to a higher level course. (This rule applies to all students including international students, exchange students, visiting students, and students under special treatment or with special needs.)

※ If a student has a special reason to register for a higher level course after achieving a higher TEPS score than the TEPS score on admission, the student should submit proof of the higher TEPS score to the College English Program (Room 212, Building 3). Also, the student should follow the administrative processes to change his/her graduation requirements. However, the student cannot be exempted from College English courses with a TEPS score acquired after admission.

※ If a student whose TEPS score on admission was 550 and below can take a higher level course if he/she submit a higher TEPS score to the College English Program within two months after admission. Also, the student should follow the administrative processes to change his/her graduation requirements.

(2) Regulations Set by Each College

College

English Foundations

College EnglishⅠ

College EnglishⅡ

Advanced

English

College of Humanities

(one or two courses are required)

550 and below

551-700:

Required

701-800:

Required

801 and above:

Required

College of Engineering

(Nuclear Engineering)

(two courses are required)

550 and below

551-700:

Required

701-800:

Required

801 and above:

Required

College of Veterinary Medicine

(one course is required)

550 and below

551-700:

Required

701-800:

Required

801 and above:

AE: Presentation is required

College of Social Sciences

College of Human Ecology

(800 and below: one course is required;

801 and above: exempted from English courses)

550 and below

551-700:

Required

701-800:

Required

801 and above:

Eligible

Others

(900 and below: one course is required;

901 and above: exempted from English courses)

550 and below

551-700:

Required

701-800:

Required

801-900: Required

901 and above: Eligible

1) College of Natural Sciences, College of Nursing, College of Business Administration, College of Engineering (excluding Department of Nuclear Engineering), College of Agriculture and Life Sciences, College of Fine Arts, College of Education, College of Music, College of Medicine, College of Liberal Studies, School of Dentistry, College of Social Sciences, and College of Human Ecology: One English course is required.

※ Foreign language requirement in ‘Learning Foundation’: Two foreign language courses are required. (Exception: students from College of Liberal Studies must earn 8 or 9 credits from foreign language courses.)

① Undergraduate students must earn 2 credits from College EnglishⅠ, College EnglishⅡ, or Advanced English courses according to their highest TEPS score. (mandatory ‘General Education’ course)

② Students who have TEPS score of 801-900 must take one Advanced English course.

※ Students who have TEPS score of 901 and above (801 and above for students from College of Social Sciences and College of Human Ecology) are not required to take Advanced English course.

③ Students who have TEPS score of 701-800 must take College EnglishⅡ.

④ Students who have TEPS score of 551-700 must take College EnglishⅠ.

⑤ Students who have TEPS score of 550 and below must take English Foundations. After completing English Foundations, they must take College EnglishⅠ.

2) College of Veterinary Medicine: One English course is required.

※ Foreign language requirement in ‘Learning Foundation’: One English course and one foreign language course are required.

① Undergraduate students must earn 2 credits from College EnglishⅠ, College EnglishⅡ, or Advanced English courses according to their highest TEPS score. (mandatory ‘General Education’ course)

② Students who have TEPS score of 801 and above must take Advanced English: Presentation.

③ Students who have TEPS score of 701-800 must take College EnglishⅡ.

④ Students who have TEPS score of 551-700 must take College EnglishⅠ.

⑤ Students who have TEPS score of 550 and below must take English Foundations. After completing English Foundations, they must take College EnglishⅠ.

3) College of Humanities: One or two English courses are required.

※ Foreign language requirement in ‘Learning Foundation’: 9 credits from second foreign language courses and 2 or 4 credits from English courses are required.

① Undergraduate students must earn 2 or 4 credits from College EnglishⅠ, College EnglishⅡ, or Advanced English courses according to their highest TEPS score. (mandatory ‘General Education’ course)

② Students who have TEPS score of 801 and above must take one Advanced English course.

※ A student who has a TEPS score eligible for Advanced English (801 and above) must fulfill the minimum credits for graduation in ‘General Education.’

③ Students who have TEPS score of 701-800 must take College EnglishⅡ. After completing College EnglishⅡ, they must take one Advanced English course.

④ Students who have TEPS score of 551-700 must take College EnglishⅠ. After completing College EnglishⅠ, they must take either one College EnglishⅡ course or one Advanced English course.

⑤ Students who have TEPS score of 550 and below must take English Foundations. After completing English Foundations, they must take College EnglishⅠ. Then, they must take either one College EnglishⅡ course or one Advanced English course.

4) College of Engineering (Department of Nuclear Engineering): Two English courses are required.

Undergraduate students must earn 4 credits from two of College EnglishⅠ, College EnglishⅡ, or Advanced English courses according to their highest TEPS score. (mandatory ‘General Education’ course)

② Students who have TEPS score of 801 and above must take two Advanced English courses.

③ Students who have TEPS score of 701-800 must take College EnglishⅡ. After completing College EnglishⅡ, they must take one Advanced English course.

④ Students who have TEPS score of 551-700 must take College EnglishⅠ. After completing College EnglishⅠ, they must take either one College EnglishⅡ course or one Advanced English course.

⑤ Students who have TEPS score of 550 and below must take English Foundations. After completing English Foundations, they must take College EnglishⅠ. Then, they must take either one College EnglishⅡ course or one Advanced English course.

 

2. Course Eligibility by TEPS Score (Depending on students’ admission year and the course regulations set by each college)

※ Students who have questions about taking courses must visit or call the College English Program office before the class change period is over.

(1) Depending on Students’ Highest TEPS Score (TOEIC or TOEFL scores are not accepted.)

1) In order to register for English Foundations, College EnglishⅠ, College EnglishⅡ, or Advanced English courses, students must have a TEPS score which satisfies the criterion for each course. (The criterion depends on the students’ admission year and the course regulations set by each college.)

2) TOEIC or TOEFL scores are not accepted.

(2) International Students

1) The same regulations for Korean students apply to international students admitted in and after 2009. Thus, all international students admitted in and after 2009 must acquire a TEPS score which satisfies the criterion for each course. If not, the student will receive an “F” grade.

2) Students are not allowed to take more than one course from different levels during a single semester.

※ Students take more than one course among English Foundations, College EnglishⅠ, College EnglishⅡ, and Advanced English during a single semester will receive an “F” grade

(3) “F” Grade Situations

※ Students must confirm their eligibility before registration. If a student is found not to have the necessary qualification for the chosen course, the student will receive an “F” grade.

1) An “F” grade will be given to students who do not have the required TEPS score which satisfies the criterion of the chosen course and have not previously taken a course lower in proficiency level than the current course chosen.

2) An “F” grade will be given to students who register for a course whose TEPS score requirement is lower than their highest TEPS score:

① A student who has previously completed Advanced English or whose TEPS score satisfies the criterion of Advanced English cannot register for College EnglishⅡ, College EnglishⅠ, or English Foundations.

② A student who has previously completed College EnglishⅡ or whose TEPS score satisfies the criterion of College EnglishⅡ cannot register for College EnglishⅠ or English Foundations.

③ A student who has previously completed College EnglishⅠ or whose TEPS score satisfies the criterion of College EnglishⅠ cannot register for English Foundations.

3) An “F” grade will be given to students who have registered for more than one course from different levels within a single semester.

(4) Exemption from TEPS Score Requirements

1) Students registering for College EnglishⅠ who have previously completed English Foundations

2) Students registering for College EnglishⅡ or Advanced English who have previously completed College EnglishⅠ

3) Students registering for Advanced English who have previously completed College EnglishⅠ or College EnglishⅡ

4) Students under special treatment or with special needs (students with sight, hearing, or physical disabilities)

5) Exchange students and visiting students

6) International students (including overseas Koreans) admitted in and before 2008

7) Graduate students

 

3. Regulations on Taking Multiple Courses during a Single Semester and Retaking Courses

(1) Regulations on Taking Multiple Courses during a Single Semester

1) Students are not allowed to take more than one course from different levels during a single semester. Students take more than one course among English Foundations, College English, College English, and Advanced English during a single semester will receive an “F” grade.

2) However, students can simultaneously take the two subcourses of College EnglishⅡ (CEⅡ: Writing and CEⅡ: Speaking) or two courses among the seven subcourses of Advanced English (AE: Prose, AE: Academic Writing, AE: Exploring Film, AE: Drama Workshop, AE: Culture and Society, AE: Presentation, and AE: Literature) during a single semester.

(2) Regulations on Retaking Courses

1) Students can choose to take a higher level course instead of the course they wish to retake. For instance, a student who has previously completed College EnglishⅠ can take College EnglishⅡ or Advanced English to replace the grade for the previously taken College EnglishⅠ.

※ However, students must inform their departments they retook the course right after getting a grade in the retaking course. If not, they will be considered to have taken separate courses.

2) The two subcourses of College EnglishⅡ (CEⅡ: Writing and CEⅡ: Speaking) are mutually substitutable in the case of retaking a course. The same rule applies to the seven subcourses of Advanced English (AE: Prose, AE: Academic Writing, AE: Exploring Film, AE: Drama Workshop, AE: Culture and Society, AE: Presentation, and AE: Literature).

※ However, students must inform their departments they retook the course right after getting a grade in the retaking course. If not, they will be considered to have taken separate courses.

(3) Teaching Practicum (Effective from the fall semester of 2009)

Students who are in Teaching Practicum are not allowed to take courses offered by the College English Program. Students in Teaching Practicum are not permitted extra excused absences.

 

4. LAB Requirements

1) Speaking Lab sessions are required for all students enrolled in English Foundations and College EnglishⅠ. The 50-minute lab sessions last for 15 weeks in a semester and make up 10% of the course grade.

2) All students enrolled in College EnglishⅠ must visit the Writing Center at least once during the semester for a writing conference. This requirement makes up 5% of the course grade.

3) All students retaking English Foundations and College EnglishⅠ must repeat the LAB requirements.

4) Students enrolled in College EnglishⅡ and Advanced English do not have to complete the LAB requirement, but they are free to visit the Writing Center for an individual writing conference.

※ The Speaking Lab sessions will be registered when students register for English Foundations or College English I.

※ Students will be given guidelines on the Writing Center on the first day of class. Students must make a reservation for visiting the Writing center within the deadline.

 

* CEP Office: Room 212, Building 3 (Tel: 880-5881, 5487)

* Writing Center: Room 203, Building 3 (Tel: 880-4010)

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