Notice on Undergraduate Program Delivery Modes for
2022 Fall Semester
HUFS is offering 2022 Fall undergraduate courses as follows:
■ Class Mode: Full In-Person Classes in Principle
1. For courses with students who are unable to attend classes in person (including those diagnosed with positive for COVID-19 and international students who cannot return to Korea), classes will be held both in person and via a live-stream online delivery format (mirroring). Courses without such students will only hold in-person classes.
2. Course transition to online format will be allowed only when an Application for Transition to Online Delivery Format is submitted and approved by the Dean of Academic Affairs in the following cases:
① (After the course change period) Courses with over 60 students enrolled and actually attending; or
② Courses deemed inevitably requiring a transition to an online delivery format because a substantial number of enrolling students are international students who cannot return to the campus due to visa or flight issues.
3. If a course is transitioned to an online delivery format after the above approval process, each class should be conducted via a live-stream online delivery format (e.g., WebEx, Zoom, or Google Meet) or using other real-time academic activities (e.g., lecturer-created video recordings, group activities, or Q&A sessions) for 50 minutes after the real-time electronic attendance check (via QR codes or other tools). Online classes will be conducted on the same date and at the same time as originally scheduled for in-person classes.
June 29, 2022
Dean of Academic Affairs