Department Overview

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Academic Affairs

Information about Enrollment and Degree Achievement

Degree Conferred: Master of Arts in TESOL

Program Type: Only evening classes are offered

Program Duration: 2 years (4 semesters)

 

Leave of Absence
Students can suspend their studies to a maximum of five years as frequently as they wish.  Mandatory military service (about 21 months) is not included in this five-year period. First year students apply for a leave of absence on the first day of the semester as of university’s commencement date.

 

Dismissal
Students will be dismissed if they do not abide by the following rules:

- Those who have not returned to school after the expiration of a leave of absence.

- Those who do not register for courses during the designated registration period each semester.

- Those who have not achieved the required number of credits during the program (normally four semesters).

 

Requirements for Graduation
Successful graduation candidates must meet the following requirements:

1. Achieve the required number of credits for graduation

2. Achieve a minimum G.P.A. of B0

3. Pass the foreign language exam and comprehensive exam.

4. Complete the presentations of either the thesis or the portfolio with a minimum score of 81%.

5. Complete the thesis or the portfolio within five years of completing required course work (normally four semesters)

6. Graduation candidates must choose either the thesis or portfolio graduation option in their third semester. Once chosen, it is impossible to change.

 

Minimum credits required for graduation

Category

First Semester

Second Semester

Third Semester

Fourth Semester

Total

Notes

Required

4

4

2

 

10

For those who wish to write a thesis, please refer to the information in brackets.

Electives I

4

4

2

 

10

Electives II

 

 

4

(2)

4

(2)

8

(4)

Total

8

8

8

(6)

4

(2)

28

(24)

* These are minimum credits required for graduation.
* Students who wish to write a thesis, 10 credits of core subjects are needed for graduation.
* Students who wish to write a portfolio, 10 credits of core subjects are needed for graduation.

 

Prerequisite Courses

Subjects

Credits

Semesters

Writing for Academic Purposes(Online)

P

1, 3

Introduction to English Linguistics

P

1, 3

Introduction to English Literature

P

1, 3

General Issues & Trends in ELT

P

2, 4

Studies in English Education

P

2, 4

Special Lecture in English Education

P

2, 4

English Education Policy

P

2, 4

* Students who do not hold a Bachelor’s degree or Master’s degree in an English-related major are required to study 3 prerequisite courses (worth 6 credits) in addition to studying regular courses

 

Acknowledgement of Credits
Credits can be transferred to the GS TESOL from an appropriately earned degree or
certificate (if applicable):

- 4 credits for a TESOL certificate awarded by the HUFS TESOL Professional Education Center

- 6 credits for a master’s degree in a TESOL-related major

- 8 credits for a master’s degree in TESOL.

TESOL degree holders may also be exempt from one semester of registration.

 

Grading System

Grading

100% Scale

Grading Points

A+

96-100

4.5

A0

91-95

4.0

B+

86-90

3.5

B0

81-85

3.0

C+

76-80

2.5

C0

71-75

2.0

F

Below 70

0

* Successful graduate candidates must achieve a minimum 71% or C0 in each subject and a G.P.A. of 81% or B0 by the end of their last semester.

 

Class Registration

- Registration Period

1) Spring Semester        : February (to be announced on a notice board)

2) Fall Semester             : August (to be announced on a notice board)

- Add & Drop Period: to be announced on a notice board

- How to register

1) Download the course schedule PDF from the GS TESOL website or drop in to the office to pick up the course schedule. → Visit the main HUFS website: www.hufs.ac.kr → Click the “HOT link” in the top right corner → Select the link that reads “대학원 수강신청 바로 가기” in Korean or “Immediately go to the class registration for graduate schools” in English

2) Log in by entering ID (9 digit student number) and password (the first 6 digits of your resident registration number or alien registration number) → check the course schedule organized by each major → save after adding the courses you wish to take → log out

3) Please make sure your name is on the attendance roll sheet during the first week of your class; otherwise, it will be determined that you have not registered for your class. Any ensuing responsibilities incurred will fall on you.

4) If you wish to drop a course, you must do it within the designated drop period.

5) Academic Calendar & Class Schedule

6)The academic year is divided into two semesters, which starts in the early March for the spring semester and in the early September for the fall semester.

7)Examinations are held at the end of the semester. Evening class times are from 18:30 to 21:40.

 

Timetable

Time

Duration

Period 1 & 2

18:30 ~ 20:00(90 min)

Period 3 & 4

20:10 ~ 21:40(90 min)

Those who have not submitted a graduation certificate or who have not submitted a certificate of expected graduation must submit them to the office by the due date set by the administrative office after the semester begins.

 

- First year students who have graduated from a university in Korea should submit a graduation certificate that shows the official registration number conferred by the Ministry of Education, Science, and Technology.

- Those who have transferred universities should submit the transcripts of both universities. All grades received during the four-year university period should be written on the transcript.

 

Library

1. Opening hours: weekdays from 09:00 ~ 21:00

2. Borrowing is limited to a maximum of 10 books a month.

3. For further information, please contact the library at 02-2173-2473, 2475

 

Administrative Office Hours

1. During the Semester: 14:00 ~ 22:00 from Monday to Friday.

2. During the Vacation: 09:00 ~ 16:00 from Monday to Friday. Before vacation begins, the Office of the Graduate School of TESOL will post a notice of working hours on the department webpage.

 

Change of Personal Information
Students are asked to promptly change their personal information if changes occur. You can change your information by logging in to the main HUFS homepage: www.hufs.ac.kr .
How to change your information:
Visit www.hufs.ac.kr → Go to the Comprehensive Information System → Log in by entering your ID and passwords (initial password: the first 6-digits of your resident identification numbers or alien registration number) → Go to “자기정보 관리” or Management of Personal Information → Modify and save your personal information including mobile phone number, phone number and address

 

How to Apply for a Student Identification Card

1. Application Period: To be announced on a notice board

2. How to apply: Visit the Woori Bank webpage → Click “즐겨찾는 서비스” or the bookmark service on the left side of the main page → Go to the category labeled “Apply for Student Identification Card” → Enter the required personal information into the category

3. Who can apply: First year students admitted in the respective academic year

4. Documents required

- Student ID Issuance Application Form which can be downloaded from the Woori Bank webpage

- Uni-check Card Membership Subscription Form

- Uni-Woori V Check Card Membership Subscription Form

- Resident or Alien Registration Card

- One Photo

5. Where to apply: Graduate School of TESOL administrative office

6. Students who fail to apply for a student ID card during the designated period are required to visit the HUFS Woori Bank branch in person, in order to have the card issued

 

How to Use a Temporary Student ID Card
Students can gain access to every facility in the university by printing out a temporary student ID card from the HUFS main webpage with their resident or alien registration card.

 

1. Students can use the temporary student ID card for one month after the semester begins.

2. To print out your temporary student card, go to the main HUFS webpage at www.hufs.ac.kr → Log in to the comprehensive information system → Find “자기정보관리” or Management of Personal Information → Print out your temporary student ID card

3. Students are advised to use the temporary ID card until the official ID card is issued. Once the official ID card is issued, the temporary ID card will no longer be valid.

4. Students can use the temporary ID card only in the HUFS library and multimedia rooms.

5. Once the official student ID cards have been issued, the TESOL administrative office will post a notice on the department bulletin board. Once the announcement is made, please drop by the TESOL administrative office to pick up your card.

 

Parking Fees

1. Evening class students are eligible to buy a parking sticker. Students can pay lower parking fees by issuing a parking sticker and registering their cars at the parking control center.

2. To do so, students need to fill out an application form and submit it to the parking control center.

3. Price : 15,000 won monthly or 80,000 per semester for six months