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Credit Exchange System
By Ku Reum Cub Reporter, Sophomore of Japanese
Most students can take the classes that they want to take in college. However, they usually cannot take classes that are not offered at their universities. To remove this limit, Daejeon universities have made the “Credit Exchange System.” The Credit Exchange System is a program that lets students apply to take classes that are not offered at their school but at other universities that do offer them.
Students who have taken more than 15 credits in the previous semester, and have not been disciplined can apply. An academic warning is not considered a disciplinary action. About a month before the new term, look for a notice on the Hanbat homepage. There will be a list of classes offered as part of the exchange system. Choose the class you want to take, and then submit your transcript and application to your major department office. You can take within your maximum available credits in the regular semester and up to six credits in the summer or winter sessions. You must register for the class on the day of enrollment by visiting the webpage of the other university. If you wish to cancel the class, you should return to your department office and submit an application for cancellation.
The credit exchange system offers students the advantage of being able to expand what they are able to learn. It can also develop your academic and social network. You might even find a course that helps you rethink your future.