The Interdisciplinary Program in agricultural and Forest Meteorology offers the following degrees:
– Master of Science & Doctor of Philosophy in Agricultural and Forest Meteorology.
To qualify for a degree, a student must earn the specified number of credits during the enrollment term, as stated below, pass the thesis submission qualification test, submit their thesis, and have it approved.
Students must have completed at least two years (four semesters) of enrollment for a master’s or doctoral program, and at least four years for a combined master’s and doctoral program. Students may be enrolled up to four years for a master’s program, and six years for a doctoral program. No enrollment after those periods will be allowed.
Students must earn 24 credits or more for a master’s program, 36 credits or more for a doctoral program, and 60 credits or more for a combined master’s and doctoral program (including credits earned during the master’s program). Students must also earn an overall GPA of 3.0 or above.
Different by the admission year. Please check.
See Curriculum or contact the department office with any questions.
Thesis/Dissertation Submission Qualification Exam
Students must pass their major courses and foreign language tests to attain the qualification to submit their thesis.
– More than 2 registered semesters
– For a Master’s Degree: With more than 18 credits
– For a Doctoral Degree: With more than 12 credits
– Must be registered as a researcher to enroll
– Completed Environmental Safety Education (http://ieps.snu.ac.kr/)
– Foreign Language Exam: An English exam can be replaced with a TEPS or TOEFL score. (Minimum score required: TEPS 551, TOEFL(CBT) 213, TOEFL(IBT) 79)
– General Exam: Test of subjects related to one’s major
* Master’s Program: Questions are from 2 common subjects
* Doctoral Program: Questions are from 2 common subjects and 2 subjects chosen by the committee
– Oral Exam: The oral exam can be replaced with a Research Proposal Meeting.
– Applicant must score more than 70.
Requirements for the Submission of Thesis/Dissertation
Passing the evaluation by the thesis committee
– Submission Acceptance Period
* Master’s Program: Within 4 years of completing the coursework, excluding any military service period. This period may be extended for up to 2 more years at the dean’s discretion.
* Doctoral Program: Within 6 years of completing the coursework, excluding any military service period. This period may be extended for up to 2 more years at the dean’s discretion