Undergraduate Program

Korean Courses

Below is a list of recently offered undergraduate courses. Not all of these courses are offered in any given year, and there may be other courses offered some years. Check the course schedules/descriptions available via the Registrar's Office for the official schedules for the widest range of terms for which such information is available.

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KOR 101 ELEMENTARY KOREAN I

This course is designed for students who have no or limited background in Korean. It introduces students to the sounds, basic sentence structures, and the writing system of Korean. Emphasis will be on developing listening and speaking skills, as well as building vocabulary. Cultural aspects of the language will also be focused on to enhance students' understanding of the language. Students must register for the corresponding recitation.

Last Offered: Fall 2017

KOR 102 ELEMENTARY KOREAN II

This course is the continuation of KOR 101. This course will offer students the opportunity to expand their vocabulary and to improve further conversational and grammatical skills beyond those learned in KOR 101. Focus will be on developing listening and speaking skills for everyday personal communication and developing sociocultural knowledge for interactional competence in Korean. Students must register for the corresponding recitation.

Prerequisites: KOR 101 or placement
Last Offered: Spring 2017

KOR 151 INTERMEDIATE KOREAN I

This course is the first half of the intermediate course designed for students who have an equivalent proficiency level with KOR 102. Focus will be given to expanding knowledge of Korean vocabulary and grammar, enhancing communicative ability that was built in Elementary Korean, and deepening the students’ understanding of Korean culture and society. Students must register for the corresponding recitation.

Prerequisites: KOR 102 or placement
Last Offered: Fall 2017

KOR 152 INTERMEDIATE KOREAN II

This course is the second half of the intermediate course designed for students who have an equivalent proficiency level with KOR 151. Focus is on equipping students with sociolinguistic and cross-cultural knowledge and achieving the intermediate level of proficiency and fluency in Korean. Four language skills (listening, speaking, reading, and writing) will be equally emphasized throughout this course. Students must register for the corresponding recitation.

Prerequisites: KOR 151 or placement
Last Offered: Spring 2017

KOR 201 ADV INTERMEDIATE KOREAN I

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Last Offered: Fall 2017