Curriculum

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The curriculum of KIC is conducted entirely in English and is truly interdisciplinary encompassing the core disciplines of international relations, international economics, global business and East Asian studies.
 
Download: Curriculum 2017 PDF 

Concentration Track
 
Students may optionally choose to pursue one of four concentration tracks: international relations, international economics, global business and East Asian studies. By pursuing a concentration track, students may graduate with a deeper understanding of a specific discipline in international studies. In order to obtain a concentration, students must acquire more than 18 credits in one of these core disciplines.
 
 
Combined Bachelor/Master’s Degree Program
 
Students may also choose to pursue a joint bachelor/master’s degree from KIC and the Graduate School of Pan-Pacific International Studies at Kyung Hee University (GSP). This program can be finished within five (5) years with roughly seven (7) semesters contributing to the bachelor’s degree and three (3) semesters to the master’s degree.
 
 
Honors Program
 
An Honors Program Certificate will be issued to students who achieve excellent grade and contribute to the honor and reputation of KIC. Applicable candidates must take more than three honors classes at KIC.
 
 
Four-by-Four Certificate Program
 
The Four-by-Four Certificate Program was designed as part of the Creative Korea (CK) Program, established and supported by the Korean Ministry of Education as of 2014, so as to assist KIC in fostering globally talented individuals. Students who enroll in the program and who complete the four (4) core capacity courses the honors category are eligible to receive the Four-by-Four certificate upon graduation

For more information, please visit our 4×4 Certificate page.