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Curriculum

The general course consists of a liberal arts course (68 credits) and a major course (36 credits).
Therefore, graduate credit for general studies is 104 or more.
Liberal Arts courses are divided into two courses: the common course and the other courses.

Curriculum

division Humanities and Social Studies Science and Engineering

Culture
(76)

Mandatory
(52)

Values ​​(6)

National History, Introduction to Philosophy

Communication (9)

Writing, Leadership, Psychology

IT / Informatization (3)

Introduction and Practice of Computer Science

Foreign Languages ​​(5)

College English I, II (2 each), Aviation Military English (1)

Basic Science (9)

Linear Algebra, Calculus, Statistics

Air Force Foundations (11)

Aerospace Law, Introduction to Aerospace Engineering, Avionics, Flight Mechanics (2)

Physical Education (6)

  Theory (2): Exercise Physiology (1), Physical Education Guidance (1)
 Practicum (4): Interval Training, Training Foundation, Gymnastics, Weight Training,
                Aerodynamic Training, G-resistant Training, Swimming, Martial Arts, Ball Games

Series (18)

Basic Physics and Experiment,
General Chemistry and Experiment
Calculus (3), Linear Algebra (3),
General Physics and Experiments I, II,
General Chemistry and Experiments I, II

Selection
(Humanities and Social Studies: 6;
Science and Engineering: 12)

Autonomous A
(Humanities

Society: 18
Science and Engineering
: 12)

Culture and art

World Cultural History, Introduction to Culture, Clash and Exchange of Civilizations, Second Foreign Language B ,
History and Cultural Contents

Man and society

Introduction to Law, Introduction to Business Administration, Introduction to Economics, Introduction to Education, Introduction to Politics,
Communication, Humanities and Life

Logic and repair

Creative Problem Solving and Decision Making, Industrial Mathematics Ⅱ, Mathematics and Future Industry

Science and technology

Computer Programming, Introduction to Natural Sciences, Life Sciences, Environmental Sciences, Material Civilization,
Contrast, Aircraft weather C [Tag 1]

Military Studies
(30 Or 45) D

Required (30)

North Korean Studies (2), War History, Introduction and Methodology of Military Studies, War Theory (2), War Ethics (2),
Air Force Operations and Weapons Systems (2), National Security Theory, Military Thought, Air Warfare (2), Cyber ​​Warfare
(2), Aviation Strategy, Defense Policy
Deepening E
(15)

Strategic Research [G1]

Modern Strategic Studies, Strategic Thoughts Studies, Military Classical Studies

Military Science [G2]

Space Astronomy, Introduction to Nuclear and Laser, Introduction to Aerospace Promotion, Introduction to Military Science,
Aerospace Weapon System

War Research [G3]

Contemporary War Research, Contemporary Irregular War Research, Future War Research [Taek 1]

Security Policy [G4]

Military History, International Dispute, Arms Control, Military Geography and Geopolitics

Defense Organization and Operation [G5]

Military Structural Theory (2), Civil-military Relations (2), Hyundai Information Exhibition (2), Defense Economics (2),
Introduction to Defense Operation Analysis (2)

Practical Research F [G6]

Military Practical Research (1)

General Studies
(30 or 45) D

division

Literary history

Bachelor of Science

Engineering

Required (30)
Optional (15)
International Relations, Defense Management,
Regional Studies
Computational Information Science

System Engineering,

Aerospace Engineering,
Mechanical Engineering,

Electronic Communication Engineering

Total 148 credits
  • A: Select one or more subjects in each field (4 subjects in science and engineering, 6 in the humanities and social sciences)
  • B: Japanese, Chinese, German, French, Russian, Spanish 1 (Korean Ⅰ ・ Ⅱ: Mandatory choice for consignees)
  • C: Mandatory selection for non-pilot personnel
  • D: 30 credits required for military studies + 30 credits for general studies + 15 credits for advanced military or general studies = 75 credits
  • E: 1 course selection in each area / G1 · 2: 2nd semester of 3rd grade, G3 · 4: 1st semester of 4th grade, G5 · 6: 2nd semester of 4th grade
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