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Courses in Korean

Kor 101, 102, 103: First-year Korean (5,5,5) 

An introduction to the Korean language with emphasis on building a sound foundation for basic listening, speaking, reading, and writing skills. Kor 101, 102, and 103 are offered in the Fall, Winter, and Spring term respectively. This is offered in hybrid instruction: MWF in-class & TTR asynchronous online.

 

Kor 101, 102 103: Summer Intensive First-year Korean (5, 5, 5) 

This 9-week summer intensive program consists of three 3-week courses for Kor 101, 102, and 103. It covers the same materials as the first-year Korean offered in the regular academic term. This is offered in hybrid instruction.

 

Kor 199 Special Studies (Credit to be arranged.) 

This course number is used for experimental courses that satisfy graduation requirements for the Bachelor's degree. 

 

Kor 201, 202, 203: Second-year Korean (5, 5, 5) 

Continued work from the first-year Korean in building a sound foundation and proficiency in the Korean language. This is offered in hybrid instruction: MWF in-class & TTR asynchronous online. 

 

Kor 299 Special Studies (Credit to be arranged) 

This course number is used for experimental courses that satisfy graduation requirements for the Bachelor's degree. 

 

Kor 301, 302, 303: Third-year Korean (4, 4, 4) 

Continued work from the Second-year Korean and studying the language in a variety of contexts. These courses are offered fully online.

 

Kor 330U: Topics in Korean Culture & Civilization (4) 

Multimedia survey of development and trends of Korean culture in modern Korea. Examines various forms of its culture—including rituals, traditions, art, music, cinema, entertainment, mass media, food, and fashion—and studies their implications in social, political, historical, and economical contexts.  This is offered fully online. Conducted in English. 

 

Kor 399: Introduction to Korean Society & Culture Through Film (4)

This course is designed to introduce salient elements of traditional and contemporary Korea by means of select Korean movies; and examines how the creators of the movies interpret and represent them in their work. This is offered fully online. Conducted in English. 

 

Kor 399 Special Studies (Credit to be arranged.)

This course number is used for experimental courses that satisfy graduation requirements for the Bachelor's degree. 

 

Kor 409/509 Practicum (Credit to be arranged.)

Students have the opportunity to assist in the Korean program to gain insights to and experience in Korean language pedagogy.

 

 

Others (Not offered every year):

 

Kor 203H: Second-year Heritage Korean (5)

Designed for those who already have a background and connection to Korean culture, this course will focus on improving reading and writing proficiency in Korean as well as expanding knowledge of Korea’s traditional and modern popular culture. Most students have lived in an environment where Korean was spoken frequently at home.

 

Kor 299H: Heritage Korean (2)

Designed for those who already have a background and connection to Korean culture, this course will focus on improving reading and writing proficiency in Korean as well as expanding knowledge of Korea’s traditional and modern popular culture. Most students have lived in an environment where Korean was spoken frequently at home.

 

Kor 404 Cooperative Education/Internship (Credit to be arranged.)

 

Kor 410 Selected Topics (Credit to be arranged.)