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INJE UNIVERSITY

Basic Information

Name of University INJE UNIVERSITY Year of Establishment 1979
National/Public/Private Private IEQAS* University NO
Website http://oia.inje.ac.kr/eng/ Website for Language Institute http://home.inje.ac.kr/~cklc/
* International Education Quality Assurance System
Number of international students
Students Doctorate Master's Combined Master's and Doctorate Bachelor's Etc. Total
Number of students 29 111 2 66 48 256
Number of students and professors
Professors Professor/ Associate professor Assistant professor/ Full-time lecturer Adjunct professor/ Visiting professor Part-time lecturer Etc. Total
Number of professors 577 422 217 393 0 1,609
Students Doctorate Master's Combined Master's and Doctorate Bachelor's Etc. Total
Number of students 218 1,269 0 9,872 0 11,359

International Student Support Program

Possible Language Courses
Availability Yes
Name of course Korean Language and Culture Program
Quota
Period of study
Qualifications Center for Korean Language and Cultures' program is designed for foreigners who want to study Korean Language and enter undergraduate school or Graduate School of Inje University
Tuition fee per semester($) 1,700
montly fee($) 425
Availability Yes
Name of course
Quota
Period of study
Qualifications
Tuition fee per semester($)
montly fee($)
Scholarship Support
Scholarship support for international students
Name of scholarship Global Leader Scholarship
Coverage of scholarship
Amount of scholarship offered 50% to 85% of Tuition Fee
Qualifications
Full-time graduate student
Department in charge Graduate School / Staff in charge : Heekyu Kim / Staff email : heeeq@inje.ac.kr
Office number 0553203642 / Fax number : 0553360225
Name of scholarship Scholarships for Foreign Undergraduate Students
Coverage of scholarship
Amount of scholarship offered About USD 2000/A year
Qualifications
Please refer to the website below.

http://oia.inje.ac.kr/M03/M03_S01_SS02.php
Department in charge International Affairs / Staff in charge : PARK CHO RONG / Staff email : lala903@inje.ac.kr
Office number 0553203605 / Fax number : 0553335208
Name of scholarship Special Scholarship for International Students
Coverage of scholarship
Amount of scholarship offered 15% of Tuition
Qualifications
1) Students enrolled in 2nd or 3rd semester
2) GPA 4.0 or higher
3) TOPIK lv. 5/ TOEFL IBT 80/ IELTS 6.0 or higher
4) Recommended by academic adviser
*Selection according to grades and language proficiency
Department in charge Graduate School / Staff in charge : Heekyu Kim / Staff email : heeeq@inje.ac.kr
Office number 0553203642 / Fax number : 0553360225
Dormitory Support
Availability Yes
Dormitory capacity 136
Dormitory monthly fee($) 237
Qualifications Foreign Students
Department in charge International Affairs / Staff in charge : PARK CHO RONG / Staff email : lala903@inje.ac.kr
Office number 0553203605 / Fax number : 0553335208
Part-time Job Opportunities
Availability Yes
Name On-Campus Internships
Quota Depending on the needs of the department
Qualifications Intermediate Korean or English language skills
Department in charge International Affairs / Staff in charge : PARK CHO RONG / Staff email : lala903@inje.ac.kr
Office number 0553203605 / Fax number : 0553335208
Availability No
Name
Quota
Qualifications
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Field of Special Courses & Courses in English

Field of Special Course
1. College of Biomedical Sciences and Engineering
- Introduction : College of Biomedical Sciences and Engineering will do its best until the last day to materialize the dream of extending life. Newly established for the first time in the nation, it has been selected for 6 consecutive years for Specialization Project for biomedical sciences and engineering by the Ministry of Education and Human Resources Development. It also boasts outstanding employment rate with its distinct infrastructure and values as the high-tech medical industry area of the 21st century by grafting medical engineering, clinical medicine, life science, and food science. Equipped with superior professors and sophisticated equipment and facilities, we train the top professional manpower who propagates the
benefits of medical sciences to diversified social environments and everywhere in life.

2. College of Pharmacy
- Introduction : The educational objective of the College of Pharmacy is to culture the most qualified students who can actively participate in multidisciplinary pharmacy practices and contribute to the global needs as well as the welfare of its people. We offer outstanding and well-organized curricula to teach disciplines in both basic and practical pharmacy that will direct fundamental scientific understandings as well as new drug discovery and development. We are both classroom- and research-focused, which makes our department uniquely qualified to provide students with the type of broad education and research demanded in a rapidly changing world.
Courses in English
1. Department of Architecture
1) Course Name: Architectural Analysis and Human Behavior (Undergraduate)
- Credits: 3, Semester: Fall, Language: English
- Course Description: This course is to analyze historically important architectures along with architects and their philosophy on architectures. Main purpose of this course is to build each student's critical perspective toward buildings through thorough observations and investigations of plans, sections, elevations and more of built buidings. Relationship between a city and an architecture, a city and human beings and moreover a city and human behavior are key factors to be analyzed.

2) Course Name: Architectural Design Studio 7 (Undergraduate)
- Credits: 5 (core), Semester : Spring, Language: English
- Course Description: This course is to deal with urban scale project amongst 10 core design studios. Each student must analyze a city as a whole then must select a specific urban site to design. Socio-economic, cultural, historical, physical context, etc. must be seriously considered and understood objectively. After that, each student must interpret the site with his or her own knowledge based on the facts. Every student must bring their own design themes to discuss and to be approved by teacher(s). All the students must discuss in depth about their sites, design themes, concepts, design developments, unfold ideas and final presentations.

3) Course Name: Architectural Design Studio 8 (Undergraduate)
- Credits: 5 (core), Semester: Fall, Language: English
- Course Description: The focus of this course is to design a multi-functional building on the basis of design studio 7. The main focus of this course is to encourage each student's ability to create proper "architectural program" of our time in a concrete manner. This case is different than the morpho-genetic approach to architecture. It is more about thorough understanding of each architectural program. Selection of site inside of urban scale site limit of the previous design studio. Interpreting the site with one's own perspective is needed at the first stage. For this, each student might take advantage of "measuring/mapping/folding" method in order to create one's own site interpretation. Merging architectural program into a generated form by students would be the next step. Architectural program must have the spirit of site chosen and the zeit-geist.


4) Course Name: Architectural Design Studio 9 (Undergraduate)
- Credits: 5 (core), Semester: Spring, Language: English
- Course Description: This course is to be accredited as a fulfilled undergraduate architectural student through the graduate exhibition. Students who are taking this course should prepare their design topics before the semester begins. Students will proceed their own design throughout the semester by getting critics from their design faculty members and visiting critics as well. Intimate dialogue with their design faculty is very important from the early stage of the design to the final presentation.

5) Course Name: Advanced Architectural Design Studio (Graduate)
- Credits: 3, Semester: Fall, Language: English
- Course Description: This course is to be accredited as a fulfilled graduate architectural student through the architectural design studio. Students who are taking this course should prepare their design topics before the semester begins. Students will proceed their own design throughout the semester by getting critics from their design faculty members and visiting critics as well. Intimate dialogue with their design faculty is very important from the early stage of the design to the final presentation.


6) Course Name: Urban Planning (Undergraduate)
- Credits: 3, Semester : Spring, Language: English
- Course Description: This course serves to introduce students to the principles of modern urban planning. The focus is on the process of planning, types of planning, and the development of the planning profession. Substantial discussion is devoted to land use regulation and community development.



2. Department of Mechanical and Automotive Engineering

1) Course Name : Capstone Design Project I(Undergraduate), Credits : 3, Semester : Spring
- Course Description : The goal of this subject is that students perform directly the capstone design project including the deduction of idea, design, manufacture or analysis, and test or evaluation based on the theory and the optimization of engineering during first semester. Five to ten senior students should team up for cooperation.

2) Course Name : Capstone Design Project II(Undergraduate), Credits : 3, Semester : Fall
- Course Description : The goal of this subject is that students perform directly the capstone design project including the deduction of idea, design, manufacture or analysis, and test or evaluation based on the theory and the optimization of engineering during second semester. Five to ten senior students should team up for cooperation.

3) Course Name : Energy system Design(Undergraduate), Credits : 3, Semester : Spring
- Course Description : Energy system forms every known physical and biological system macroscopically in the Earth and gives examples of animal's digestion and plant's photosynthesis microscopically. This lecture, including teaching, discussion and student's design based on the fundamental knowledge of power engineering, fosters the sustainable energy design capability which keeps thermodynamic equilibrium and sustainability in the Earth and life.

4) Course Name : Power Engineering(Undergraduate), Credits : 3, Semester : Fall
- Course Description : This course will enable junior or senior students to understand the fundamental and practical knowledge on power engineering. Students will learn sustainable power generation for the Earth. Students will get a chance to visit the companies related with new and renewable power generation. Students are encouraged to make a presentation and actively participate in class discussion about the sustainable power generation.

5) Course Name : Heat Transfer(Undergraduate), Credits : 3, Semester : Spring
- Course Description : Heat transfer is the engineering science that deals with the energy movement between various materials due to the temperature difference. Basic concepts and principles in two modes of heat transfer, conduction and convection, will be taught and applied to the practical engineering problems Goals of this course are as follows: 1. Grasp basic concepts in the heat transfer and cultivate an ability to solve the practical heat transfer problems 2. Apply the heat transfer principles to design more efficient energy systems to help alleviate a serious energy shortage that we are
6) Course Name : Heat Transfer System(Undergraduate), Credits : 3, Semester : Fall
- Course Description : This course aims to cultivate a capability to improve the performance and better design the industrial heat transfer systems by teaching the basic heat transfer theory and giving hands-on training with a heat exchanger design package (HTRI).


3. Department of Computer Communications

1) Course Name : Advanced Information Processing (Graduate)
- Credits : 3
- Course Description :
This course will enable students to understand the IP Multimedia Subsystem (IMS) a key element in the 3G networks. Students will learn the principles of IMS architecture, especially on the service functions, the signaling and media planes of the IMS which makes it possible to provide ubiquitous cellular access to all services of the Internet. During the duration of this course the students will get a chance to learn industry implementations of IP multimedia sessions, quality of service (QoS), next generation networks (NGN) and internetworking of an IP system in a telecommunications network. The course is designed to encourage the students to present relevant concepts in IMS and 3G cellular networks and participate in open discussion and research about the related topics. A team project or an exam is required to pass this course.


4. Department of Computer Engineering

1) Course Name : Web Programming I (Undergraduate)
- Credits : 3, Semester : Spring
- Course Description : The best way to teach a programming language for students who just begin is to choose appropriate programming language according to their development project. Now a days, internet and networks are very important development environment. As well as they should be working on various operating systems. It also can be used with latest technology. So the C# is the one which satisfied all above requirements. The first grade students will learn every basic elements of C# step by step in this class.

2) Course Name : Web Programming II (Undergraduate)
- Credits : 3, Semester : Fall
- Course Description : There is no doubt ASP provide basics to communicate in both ways. It provides good strong points like class libraries, improved web application abilities, convenient developing environment, etc. This class includes basics in ASP.NET using C#. It also provides many practical examples. Students will get ideas and how to make ASP programs to study through the examples.

3) Course Name : Introduction to Computer Science(Undergraduate)
- Credits : 3, Semester : Spring
- Course Description : This course will make the students become familiar with the topics of computer science and understand that computer science deals with the development of tommorrow’s application software, rather than learning how to use the application of today. Topics will include data storage, data manipulation, operating systems, networking and internet, algorithms, programming language, software engineering, database systems, computer graphics, artificial intelligence, and theory of computation.

4) Course Name : Introduction to Computer Science(Undergraduate)
- Credits : 3, Semester : Spring
- Course Description : This course will make the students become familiar with the topics of computer science and understand that computer science deals with the development of tommorrow’s application software, rather than learning how to use the application of today. Topics will include data storage, data manipulation, operating systems, networking and internet, algorithms, programming language, software engineering, database systems, computer graphics, artificial intelligence, and theory of computation.


5) Course Name : Multimedia Programming(Undergraduate)
- Credits : 3, Semester : Fall
- Course Description : Students learn to the understanding fundamental computer graphics and drawing points, line, polygon and polyhedron by using OpenGL application program interface library. Then Students implement texture mapping. Under course they study 2D and 3D object construction. Furthermore they learn the advanced studying for illumination, shading effects and computer graphics algorithms.

6) Course Name : IT Convergence Technology(Undergraduate)
- Credits : 3, Semester : Fall
- Course Description : The aim of this lecture is an fusion study for both IT and MT. This subject is "Healthcare Service" which is the "smart medical home". We check ourself the pulsation, skin, weight and walking periodically. These based records could be analyzed to valuable and reliable data for conveniently and intelligently diagnosis.


7) Course Name : Introduction to Multimedia(Undergraduate)
- Credits : 3, Semester : Spring
- Course Description : This course aims that students are educated multimedia high-quality human resources for the industry requiring as well as academy human resources. Several objects which are from text, graphics, images, animation, sound, virtual reality to applications were studied of theoretical algorithm method and technology. Students are going to learn multimedia authoring, multimedia contents and human computer interaction. Students are encouraged to make a presentation and actively participate in class discussion. A team project is also required.


5. Department of Pharmacy

1) Course Name : Pharmaceutical microbiology I/II (Undergraduate)
- Credits : 3, Semester : Spring/Fall
- Course Description : Microbiology is the study of bacteria, fungi, protozoa, algea, parasite, virus and the immune system. One of the applied microbiologies, pharmaceutical microbiology is the study of microorganisms that are related to the production of antibiotics, vaccines, and the other pharmaceutical products. We have a plan to deal with the scope, history, and classification of microorganisms. And this course provides the nutrients and isolation of microorganisms, microbial genetics and microbial assay, and covers the details of basic immunology.

2) Course Name : Physical Pharmacy I (Undergraduate)
- Credits: 3, Semester : Spring
- Course Description: The objective of this course is to understand the fundamental physicochemical properties relating to drugs and design of dosage form. "State of matter", "nonelectrolytes","electrolytes","ionic solution","ionic equlibria", "buffered and isotonic solutions", "solubility and distribution phenomena", and "complexation and protein binding" will be lectured.

3) Course Name : Physical Pharmacy II (Undergraduate)
- Credits: 3, Semester : Fall
- Course Description: The objective of this course is to understand the fundamental physicochemical properties relating to drugs and design of dosage form. "Drug release and dissolution", "chemical kinetics and stability","interfacial phenomena","colloidal dispersion" and "oral dosage forms" will be lectured.

4) Course Name : Pharmaceutical Analysis I, II (Undergraduate)
- Credits: 2(I) +3(II), Semester : Spring(I)/Fall(II), Language : English
- Course Description : This course will provide the principles of pharmaceutical analysis which includes qualitative, quantitative, and instrumental analyses. Also applications of pharmaceutical analysis will be lectured.

5) Course Name : Pharmaceutical Chemistry (Undergraduate)
- Credits : 3, Semester : Spring
- Course Description : Pharmaceutical chemistry is a course for nomenclatures, general structures, physical properties, reactivities and their applications of organic compounds. Especially, the course is focused on the general synthetic methods that are including organic synthesis, stereochemistry and spectroscopy for the organic synthesis of bioactive organic compounds.

6) Course Name : Medicinal Chemistry (Undergraduate)
- Credits : 3, Semester : Spring
- Course Description : Medicinal chemistry is a course for the general development procedures and the structure-activity relationships of small molecular drugs. Medicines and their applicable diseases will be discussed.

7) Course Name : Pharmaceutical Synthetic Chemistry (Undergraduate)
- Credits : 3, Semester : Fall
- Course Description : This course is focused on the practical drug synthesis at the aspects of pharmaceutical chemistry, such as retrosynthetic analysis, functional group interconversion, and specific synthetical methods.


8) Course Name : Introduction to Social and Administrative Pharmacy(Undergraduate)
- Credits : 2, Semester : Spring
- Course Description : This course will enable students to understand models and frameworks of medication use behavior. Students will learn the factors affecting medication use and the methods evaluating prescribing pattern. Students are encouraged to make a presentation and actively participate in class discussion. A team project is also required.

9) Course Name : Pharmaceutical Biochemistry 1/2 (Undergraduate)
- Credits : 3/3, Semester : Spring/Fall
- Course Description: Biochemistry1/2 is a science which tries to explain life phenomena in chemical terms through the mechanism of organic chemistry. The goal of this course is to understand major metabolic pathways and energy-conversion mechanism including carbohydrate metabolism, electron transport system, lipid and nucleic acid metabolism as well as the mode of enzyme action and its function in biochemical processes. In addition, the flow of genetic information from DNA via RNA to protein will be introduced. Furthermore, it aims at building basis for developing new drugs based on the information about the molecular mechanism of cellular processes.


10) Course Name : Molecular Cell biology (Undergraduate)
- Credits : 3, Semester : Spring
- Course Description: Molecular Cell biology is an academic discipline that studies cells - their physiological properties, their structures, the organelles they contain, interactions with their environment, their life cycle, division and death. This is done both on a microscopic and molecular level. Knowing the components of cells and how cells work is fundamental to all biological sciences.

11) Course Name : Advanced Pharmaceutical Biochemistry (Graduate)
- Credits : 3, Semester : Spring
- Course Description : Advanced Pharmaceutical Biochemistry is a science which tries to explain life phenomena in chemical terms through the mechanism of organic chemistry. The goal of this course is to understand major metabolic pathways and energy-conversion mechanism including carbohydrate metabolism, electron transport system, lipid and nucleic acid metabolism as well as the mode of enzyme action and its function in biochemical processes. In addition, the flow of genetic information from DNA via RNA to protein will be introduced. Furthermore, it aims at building basis for developing new drugs based on the information about the molecular mechanism of cellular processes.

12) Course Name : Advanced Medicinal Molecular Biology (Graduate)
- Credits : 3, Semester : Spring
- Course Description : Advanced medicinal Molecular Biology is an academic discipline that studies cells - their physiological properties, their structure, the organelles they contain, interactions with their environment, their life cycle, division and death. This is done both on a microscopic and molecular level. Knowing the components of cells and how cells work is fundamental to all biological sciences.

6. Department of Occupational Therapy

1) Course Name : Pediatric Occupational Therapy & Practice (Undergraduate)
- Credits : 3, Semester : Spring
- Course Description : Identify and explain key elements of childhood performance/occupation and occupational therapy for children.
Understand the continuum of service available to children and youth with disability.

2) Course Name : Growth & Development (Undergraduate)
- Credits : 3, Semester : Fall
- Course Description : Growth refers to quantitative changes-increase in size and structure. Development, by contrast, refers to qualitative and quantitative change that happens progressively. Knowledge of the human developmental pattern is important. Knowing the developmental pattern enables therapists to evaluate and treat the child's function appropriately. Understanding typical development provides a framework for evaluation and a basis for establishing OT intervention goals.

3) Course Name : Vocational Rehabilitation (Undergraduate)
- Credits : 3, Semester : Fall
- Course Description : Students will study general concepts and theories of vocational rehabilitation for people with disability.

4) Course Name : Therapeutic Exercise & Practice (Undergraduate)
- Credits : 3, Semester : Spring
- Course Description : To understand the physiological effect and change on body of therapeutic exercises. To gain knowledge about different therapeutic exercises and how to apply them appropriately to patients and clients in a clinical setting.


7. Department of Management

1) Course Name : Marketing(Undergraduate)
- Credits : 3, Semester : Spring/Fall
- Course Description : This course examines contemporary marketing principles and practices with a managerial perspective. We will understand the concept of marketing and marketing system. We will also formulate the framework of thoughts to establish the effective marketing strategy.

2) Course Name : Business Analysis(Undergraduate)
- Credits : 3, Semester : Fall
- Course Description : This course is designed for both business and non business majors. It emphasizes the evaluation of financial statements included in corporate reports and announcements, cash flows, and ratio analysis of business. Additional emphasis is placed on comparative analyses of various industries, the evaluation of industry standard, and the application of the concepts to real life situations.


3) Course Name : Consumer Behavior(Undergraduate)
- Credits : 3, Semester : Spring
- Course Description : One of the key purposes of business firms is making money through customer satisfaction. The course 'consumer behavior' is designed to link the conceptual foundations of consumer behavior with strategic marketing application. We will consider consumer decision.

4) Course Name : Korean Management(Undergraduate)
- Credits : 3, Semester : Fall
- Course Description : This course will enable students to understand the management systems of small and medium-sized enterprises(SMEs). Students will learn SMEs' characteristics, especially on SMEs' start-up, strategic management and policies. Students will get a chance of field trip to Gimhae local SMEs or special lecture(1-2 times) managed by local SMEs. Students are encouraged to make a presentation and actively participate in class discussion. A team project is also required.

5) Course Name : International Business(Undergraduate)
- Credits : 3, Semester : Spring/Fall
- Course Description : The purpose of this course is to study the concept for theory of international business(IB), systematic approach to IB' issues and practice in the internationalization process of firms. It cranes that it follows in changing the global business environment rapidly. It is also to study basic principle and include fundamental knowledge in order to understand the recent developed theory and the subject of the global management. These are an up-to-date objective study and complete exploration of IB issues and practice. It pursues a globalization and a localization simultaneously from the management perspective of global strategy.

6) Course Name : Organizational Behavior(Undergraduate)
- Credits : 3, Semester : Spring/Fall
- Course Description : Organizational behavior(OB) is a field of study that investigates the behaviors of individuals, groups, and organizational structures in organizations and their impact on organizational performance. This course is to help students understand concepts and theories of OB, apply their learning of OB to organizational cases, and develop their capabilities to manage organizational behaviors as future managers. The major topics include personality, motivation, teamwork, conflict, communication, leadership, organizational culture, and organizational learning.

7) Course Name : Human Resource Management(Undergraduate)
- Credits : 3, Semester : Fall(temporary)

- Course Description : In rapid changes and competition, human resource management (HRM) is considered critical for organizations's success through its strategic roles as well as its tactical roles. This course is designed to help students to uderstand concepts and topics in HRM. This course covers the role of the human resource function, social and legal environment, human resource strategy, job analysis, human resource planning, recruiting, selection, training, evaluation, performance management, and compensation. In addition, this course reflects the role of strategic HRM and includes global HRM issues. Students will also have opportunities to apply their learning to real HRM cases.


8. Department of Mass Communication

1) Course Name : English in Advertising(Undergraduate) Credits: 2, Semester : Spring
- Course Description : The objective of this course is to help the students understand the culture of the English-speaking countries by analyzing the commercials and ads. Class attendants should understand the various forms of copies and visuals in print, electronic and Internet media, and individually analyze the impacts of the social background lurking behind them. Corollary to this, the other objective of this course is to help the students raise their level of English command.

2) Course Name : Journalistic English(Undergraduate) Credits : 3 , Semester : Fall
- Course Description : The main objective of this course is to give Korean students an opportunity to understand the culture and English-written articles of the English-speaking countries by studying various English articles. Class attendants should understand the various forms of articles and lots of English vocabularies in print, electronic and Internet media. How to write an article for the English newspapers will be included in this course. The other aim of this course is to help the students raise their level of English proficiency including speaking and writing.


9. Department of English Language and Literature

1) Course Name : Understanding British & American Poetry(Undergraduate)
- Credits : 3, Semester : Fall
- Course Description : This course is intended to increase the scope of students’ understanding of English poetry and its fundamentals including figurative language, imagery, structure, and theme. The course will help students become more critical and informed readers of poetry and literature.





2) Course Name : Advanced Reading Comprehension of English
- Credits : 3, Semester : Fall
- Course DescriptionThis course leads to reading for meaning, focusing on sentences in context. Reading materials that are not too easy or too hard for students to read will be used.


2) Course Name : English through News Media
- Credits : 3, Semester : Fall
- Course DescriptionThis class aims to let students improve their English through news media. By utilizing audio files and transcripts provided by media services, students will get the opportunities to practice their reading, listening, and writing techniques as well as to build up their vocabulary including slangs, jargons and other newly-coined terms in journalistic English.

3) Course Name : Interactive English Ⅱ
- Credits : 3, Semester : Fall Language : English
- Course Description
This course is designed for advanced-level English learners to improve their English communication skills in both oral and written forms. To this end, various audio-visual class materials will be used. An oral English presentation and its written version submission are required to get a passing grade.


10. Department of Chinese Studies
1) Course Name : Topics Chinese Studies in English(undergraduate studies)
- Credits : 3, Semester : Spring
- Course Description : As the title of this lecture indicates, English for Chinese Majors, this is a class in English on and about China, Students will have to deal with many kinds of articles, books, and documents in English, as they will them in class. Students will read them
Students will comprehend better English texts on China after this class where they will acquire necessary skills in dealing with them . They will not be afraid of long English articles or books. Training in translation will help English composition skills.









11. Department of Public Administration

1) Course Name : Readings in Public Administration Ⅰ(Undergraduate)
- Credits : 3, Semester : Fall
- Course Description : Readings in Public Administration Ⅰ is designed to further familiarize students with reading Time magazine, textbooks and articles written in English. This course emphasizes to read and understand current issues in the field of public administration and health administration.
- To develop effective English-reading ability.
- To develop effective written and oral communications consistent with professional environment.

2) Course Name : Readings in Public AdministrationⅡ(Undergraduate)
- Credits : 3, Semester : Spring, Language : English
- Course Description : Readings in Public Administration II is designed to further familiarize students with reading Time magazine, textbooks and articles written in English. This course emphasizes to read and understand current issues in the field of public administration and health administration.
- To develop effective English-reading ability.
- To develop effective written and oral communications consistent with professional environment.
Courses in other Foreign Languages

School facilities

General Dormitory
Divsion Single Double Triple Room for 4 Etc.
montly fee($) $0.00 $1,654.00 $0.00 $288.00
Capacity of Dormitory 1,942
Etc.
Dormitory for International Students
Divsion Single Double Triple Room for 4 Etc.
montly fee($) $0.00 $150.00 $0.00 $0.00
Capacity of Dormitory 136
Etc.
Student Cafeteria
Divsion Breakfast Lunch Dinner Average cost per meal($)
Offered or not Y N Y 3

Tuition Fee per Sememter($)

Affiliation(Department) Bachelor's Master's Doctorate Combined master's and doctorate Etc.
College of Biomedical Science & Engineering 3,057
College of Design 3,555 0 0 0
College of Engineering 3,555 4,703 4,878 0
College of Natural Science 2,996 4,074 4,228 0

Facilities




'Inje University students enjoy vivid life on the campus furnished with intelligence, romance,
and freedom participating in varied programs. Relish and vigor of the life is increased by
the activities of students body and circles and various festivals and events performed on the
campus. It is also added by the school broadcasting station communicating school news and
cultural and music programs and the campus press contributing to promoting speech cultures,
and other campus movements such as Green Campus Movement and domestic and foreign
service
activities. In particular, the Students Hall is proud of the greatest modern building in
Korea and comprises the General Assembly of Students, the Association of Circles, rooms for
each circle, the school broadcasting station and press, Social Service Center, the
Association of Business Foundation Circles, medical service room, consumers union, and
restaurants. It includes other various cultural and convenience facilities which add to
tastes and freedom of the campus life and develops college cultures. '

Special Course for International Students

Name of curricula Korean Language Course for International Graduate Students Language
Period of study 15 weeks Enrollment period March/September
Quota 00 Application period First Week of March/September
Tuition fee 0 Scholarship 0
Required documentation
Note

Admission information(Master's)

Enrollment period March/September
Application period November/May Period of study 2 years
Admission Guidelines
Note
1.Eligibility for Application

1) An applicant and his/her parents have foreign citizenship

2) Applicants must have completed all primary and secondary education, which is comparable to 16 years of elementary,
middle and high school and college education in Korea.

3) Applicants who have Korean proficiency or English proficiency may be given preference (TOEFL PBT500/IBT60 or higher, TOPIK Level 3 or higher)

4) Applicants for spring (fall) semester must have received or should receive a Bachelor''s degree by the end of February (August) of applying year


2.Required Documents

1) Application Form - Attachment

2) Resumè (must include parents’ income, current employment and phone number)

3) Research Plan

4) Four Photographs(4cm×5cm) of Passport Type

5) All Undergraduate (and Graduate) Official Transcripts

6) A Certificate of Graduation or Expected Graduation and an Original Diploma (B.A. /B.S., M.A. /M.S.)

7) Two Letters of Recommendation, One from the Applicant''s Academic Advisor and One from the Department Chair

8) (Optional) A Copy of Official English test Scores -TOEFL, IELTS, TOEIC, TEPS etc.

9) (Optional) A Certificate of Official Korean Language test score- TOPIK

10) A Copy of the Applicant''s Passport

11) (Does not apply to Chinese Students) A Copy of the applicant’s Birth Certificates, Social Security Card, or other equivalent form of Identification.

12) (Foreigners residing in Korea only) A Copy of Applicant’s Alien Registration Card

13) (Foreigners residing in Korea only) A Certificate of Deposit at Korean Bank with minimum of KRW 3,000,000

14) Non-refundable Application Fee – KRW 50,000 or US $50

※ Additional Documents for Chinese Students residing out of Korea

1) A Copy of the Applicant''s Family Register Card

2) A Certificate of Family Relationship with Public Police''s Stamp

3) An Official Income Certificate of the Applicant''s Parents

4) A Financial Affidavit with a Minimum Balance of US $10,000 in the Applicant''s Parents'' Accounts (Original)

5) A Certificate of the Applicant''s Parents'' Current Employment

6) A Copy of the Family ID card

3. About Scholarshop

-There is a scholarship for all full-time international students that covers 85% of tuition.

-Applicant with high G.P.A and excellent English or Korean language skills can apply for a scholarship for outstanding international students.

4. Contact Information

- Kim Hee Kyu
Graduate School, Indang-kwan 905, Inje University,
607 Obangdong, Gimhae, Gyeongnam, Korea (Zip code: 621-749)
For any further questions Please contact us at
Tel. +82-55-320-3642, E-mail: heeeq@inje.ac.kr

Information of department

Number Name of University Affiliation(Department) Department/Major Quota Etc.
1 Ubiquitous Design 00 Interior Design PFD, Visual Design HRD, Product Design HRD, Film and Animation Design PFD
2 Business Administration 00 Human Resource & Organization Management, Marketing, Operation Management, Financial Management, Accounting, International Trade⦁Strategy, Hospital Management
3 Economics 00 Theoretical economic, Economic policy & Economic History
4 Korean Language & Literature 00 Korean Linguistics Field, Contemporary Literature, Classic Literature
5 International Trade 00 Multinational Corporations, Principles and Practices in International Trade ,International Trade Theory, Risk Management And Insurance, International Finance
6 Mechanical Engineering 00 1) Mechanical Engineering Major 2) Future Automotive Engineering Major
7 Nanoscience and Engineering 00 1) Nano Precision System Track - Nano Precision System - Nano Semiconductor - Nano Devices - Nano Materials 2) Nano Medical Track - Nano Medical - Nano Bio
8 Atmospheric Environment Information Engineering 00 Atmospheric Environment and Information, Broadcast Meteorology
9 Social Welfare 00 Social Work Practice, Social Welfare Policy
10 Biotechnology & Biomedical Science 00 Neuroembryology, Plant biotechnology, Molecular genetics, Molecular microbiology, Cell biology, Immunology, Biochemistry, Molecular genetics, Microbiology, Animal taxonomy
11 Smart Food & Drug 00 Food & Life Science, Clinical Nutrition
12 Health Science and Technology 00 Cardio-Metabolism Science, Brain Science and Rehabilitation Neuroscience, Tissue Engineering, Medical Imaging Science
13 Biomedical Engineering 00 Medical Ultrasonics, Medical Image Processing, Biomaterial, Radiography Image, Cell Biomechanics, Biomechanics, Signal & Imaging System, Tissue Engineering
14 Medicine 00 Anatomy, Biochemistry, Microbiology/Immunology, Pathology, Physiology andiophysics, Pharmacology, Parasitology, Preventive Medicine
15 Medical Humanities 00
16 Emergency & Disaster Management 00
17 Information & Communication System 00 Photonics and devices, Network, Information System
18 Computer Engineering 00 Communication, Artificial Intelligence, Operating System, Software Engineering, Human Computer Interface, Smart Home, Database, Multimedia
19 Computer Aided Science 00 Computer Mathematics Education, Information Mathematics, Mathematical Computer Programming Mathematical Programming Ⅰ,Computer simulations, Medical and specialty photonics, Theoretical Physics majors
20 Civil Engineering 00 Structural Engineering, Hydraulic Engineering, Geotechnical Engineering, Water and Wastewater Engineering
21 Korea Unification 00 Korea Unification
22 Chemistry 00 Chemistry, Physical Chemistry,Organic Chemistry, Inorganic Chemistry, Analytical Chemistry, Biochemistry
23 Environmental Science & Engineering 00 Water Quality, Environmental Ecology,Environmental Biotechnology, Atmospheric Environment, Water Supply and Sewerage Engineering, Environmental Chemistry
24 Nursing 00 Nursing science, Gerontological nurse practitioner, Critical care nurse practitioner, Psychiatric nurse practitioner, Emergency nurse practitioner
25 Occupational Health & Safety Engineering 00 Safety Engineering, Industrial Hygiene, Environmental Health Science
26 Music 00 Voice Major(Vocal Music Major), Piano Major, Orchestral Music Major, Composition Major, Music therapy Major
27 Law 00 Constitution, Administrative law,Civil law,Criminal law,Philosophy of law
28 Health Administration 00 Health Policy, Health Sociology,Hospice & Palliative Care, Health Informatics,Insurance and Finance,Health Management
29 English Language & Literature English Linguistics, British and American Literature
30 Humanities 00 Philosophy and Ethics, Culture and Art and content
31 Statistics 00 Data Information
32 Public Administration 00 Public Administration
33 Aging Friendly Industry 00 Aging Friendly Industry
34 Developmental Intervention Studies 00 Developmental Intervention Studies
35 Counseling Psychotherapy 00 Counseling Psychotherapy
36 Convergence Culture and Art 00 Convergence Culture and Art
37 Architecture 00 Architectural Planning and Design, Housing and Environment, Structural Engineering
38 Industrial and Management Engineering 00 Management Innovation, Manufacturing System, Information System
39 Electronic Telecommunication Engineering 00 Power Electronics, Mobile Communications, Data Communications, Network System
40 Family & Consumer Science 00 Family Counseling,Consumer Science
41 Communication 00 Communication, Advertising, Documentary Theory and Production
42 Political Science & Diplomacy 00 Political Science and Diplomacy
43 Korean- Chinese Interpretation and Translation 00 Chinese Language and Literature Major, Korean-Chinese Translation Interpretation Major
44 Special Education 00 Special Education
45 Physical Therapy 00 Physical Therapy, Neurological Physical Therapy ,Orthopedic Physical Therapy
46 Pharmacy 00 Pharmaceutical Synthetic Chemistry, Social and Administrative Pharmacy, Toxicology, Pharmaceutical Sciences, Pharmaceutical Bioscience Major
47 Occupational Therapy 00 Occupational Therapy
48 Fusion Technology for Energy 00 Fusion Technology of Nano System, Fusion Technology for Machinery & Robots
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