Korean 101, 102, and 103 satisfy the liberal arts language requirement for the bachelor of arts degree in any discipline.
KORN 101, 102, 103: Korean Language and Culture I, II, III
A broad and practical working foundation in the language.
Prerequisite: KORN 101 or equivalent for KORN 102; KORN 102 or equivalent for KORN 103.
(3 credits each)
KORN 202: Intermediate Korean I
Comprehensive review of Korean grammar with emphasis on developing the students' abilities for proficient oral and written accomplishments.
Prerequisite: Korn 103 or equivalent. (3 credits)
KORN 306: Modern Korean Civilization
Course analyzes the most significant characteristics, foreign influences, and cultural traditions which have comprised Korean culture from its origins to 1900. Course will be taught in English and is open to all interested students. (3 credits)
Dr. Jae-Young Yu (2012-2013)
Kwang-Sok Han (2011-2012)
Dr.Song-Hee Kim (2010-2011)
Dr. Dong-Sun Baek (2008-2009)
Dr.Sungkyun Shin (2007-2008)
The Korea Times (Korean newspaper in English)
Korean Government Home Page (in English and Korean)
Korean Web Weekly An independent, non-partisan, FREE web on all things Korean: Her history, culture, economy, politics and military - since 1995. (in English and Korean)