Exams will be conducted on a total of three fields: Theory/ Comparative Politics and Methodology Field (Field 1), Functional Field (Field 2), and Regional Field (Field 3).
|Field 1-1||International Political Thought, International Political Theory||Fundamental Field/ Required (choose)|
|Field 2-2||Methodology||Fundamental Field/ Common|
|Field 1-3||Comparative Politics||Fundamental Field/ Required (choose)|
|Field 2-1||History of International Relations, Comparative International Relations History, International Organization||Functional Field/ Choose 1|
|Field 2-2||Military/ Security, Diplomatic Policy|
|Field 2-3||International Political Economy|
|Field 2-4||International Culture, Knowledge Information, Environment|
|Field 3-1||U.S||Regional Field/Choose 1|
|Field 3-6||South Korea|
Field 1 consists of Methodology and Theory. Methodology is required, and in the case of Theory, the student can select one between International Political Theory and Comparative Political Theory.-
Examination question is based on relevant lecture content and required readings.C. Evaluation
The student passes when he or she receives at least 60 points for each of the three fields.
The student passes when he or she has a total of 70 points when major written examination and oral examination scores are combined.