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Course Registration

Course Offerings

Ewha offers a variety of high-quality courses in various fields including studies on Asia and Korea, and almost all courses are open to exchange and visiting students. All exchange and visiting students are required to take a minimum of 9 credits and a maximum of 18 credits per semester.

Students may take courses such as: 

100~200 courses taught in English offered by Ewha including Art & Design, Art History, Asian Studies, Business, Economics, Geography, Ideology and Culture, International Studies, Korean Studies, Literature, Media Studies, Music, Politics, Psychology, Religion, Social Welfare, Sociology, Women's Studies, and many more.

Graduate courses offered in English by the Graduate School of International Studies and the School of Business (with permission from respective professors)

Ewha Global Online (Ewha GO) courses

Regular Ewha courses taught in Korean

Korean language courses offered by the Ewha Language Center

You will be able to access the list of course offerings in our website by the following 

URL : http://www.ewha.ac.kr/mbs/ewhaen/subview.jsp?id=ewhaen_031103000000

Chapel Registration

Eligibility

All International Students (Undergraduate Students) 

Requirement

1. Students should attend chapel once a week on a fixed day (per semester).

2. Chapel is one credit (per semester)  

3. Returning students, students in or past their 9th semester, transfer students, and readmitted students need to request their seats.

4. If you do not earn 8 Chapel credits by your last semester, you cannot graduate from Ewha Womans University.

5. Chapel is not involved in credits to graduate.  

How to Register 

Registration

1. Access to Course Registration Site (http://sugang.ewha.ac.kr)
2. Click Chapel
3. Select the date and time (Seats will be randomly designated)

Changing Chapel Days and Repeats

Students who wish to change the designated day or with incomplete chapel credits from the previous semester.

Registration 

1. Access to Course Registration Site ( http://sugang.ewha.ac.kr )
2. Click Chapel
3. Cancel the seats you selected
4. Reselect the date and time

※ Students who have not completed chapel credits from the previous semester can also make up chapel days (up to 2 in each semester per credit).

How to Check Attendance

EPIS > Intranet > Course enrollment/ Chapel > View Chapel Absence.

How to Check Attendance

EPIS > Intranet > Course enrollment/ Chapel > Chapel Absence Supplementary

※ Up to two make-up chapels are allowed for every chapel credit
(Example: Students attending chapel twice can apply for two make-ups per credit)

Course Withdrawal

How to Check Attendance

Students may withdraw from enrolled courses during the given period without penalty at the portal system ( http://eportal.ewha.ac.kr ). Please keep in mind that course addition cannot be done during this period.  

Graduate Student 

Students may withdraw from enrolled courses during the given period without penalty at the portal system ( http://eportal.ewha.ac.kr ). Please keep in mind that course addition cannot be done during this period. 

Credit Policy

Grading Criterion

In general, there will be a mid-term exam, a final exam and regular homework assignments. The specifics of the exams will be delegated to each professor’s discretion. Exams will take place during normal class time, and where applicable, exams can be substituted by an essay assignment.  

Below is the basis for letter grades:

GRADE

GPA

GRADE

GPA

GRADE

GPA

A+

4.3

A

4.0

A-

3.7

B+

3.3

B

3.0

B-

2.7

C+

2.3

C

2.0

C-

1.7

D+

1.3

D

1.0

D-

0.7

F

0

-

-

-

-

Below is the basis for letter grades:

20 ~ 35 %

20 ~ 40 %

25 ~ 50 %

0 ~ 5 %

A+   A0   A-

B+   B0  B-

C+   C0  C-   D+   D0  D-

F

Grading is based on multiple factors: attendance, participation including homework assignments, exams, and out of class participation, pop-quizzes, and group projects when applicable.

Credit (CR) will be given for a student's work if it is satisfactory for diploma grade standing in the opinion of the instructor. On a letter grade basis, a grade over ‘D’ is required for certificate of completion.

Students who miss 1/6 of the class time will automatically fail the class.
The grades will be set permanently after the correction period.