Course Selection

  • There are more than 3,000 courses offered at each campus every semester. The degree programs at Dankook University are basically taught in Korean and some courses are offered to domestic full-time students only. Therefore, we make a list of English-taught courses every semester that can be offered to exchange students.
  • Students may choose any courses from the list and mix courses from different departments within the campus regardless of their major. There is no prerequisite to attend courses in any year level too. However, students need to be certain about their capability to take those courses and determine at their own discretion.
  • Students can enroll in up to 19 credits per semester including the Korean language courses. There is no minimum number of courses required for exchange students, but taking at least 12 credits is recommended.
  • Students can take courses at one campus only. As students need to choose their campus to study at the stage of application, it’s very important that students need to look at the course list before actually apply for our inbound exchange program.

List of Courses

English Course List
Semester Course List Syllabus
Spring 2020 Download Download
Fall 2020 Download Download

The course list and syllabi for Spring 2021 will be published in early-February, 2021.

The list of courses for each spring and fall semester does not change much from the previous year and it usually remains the same. Therefore, students wishing to apply for Spring 2021 are advised to look at the list of Spring 2020 instead, until the list for Spring 2021 is available later in February.


After being accepted, students will need to submit course registration request form via email. The international office will then initiate the enrollment process with each department on campus. Unfortunately, students do not receive priority registration therefore it is important to note that class requests are not guaranteed. Students will have an opportunity to make changes to their schedules during the first two weeks of class if necessary.