Korean Language and Culture I, II, III; Intermediate Korean; Special Topics.
Korean instruction depends on the availability of an instructor contracted from Gangwon University and therefore is not guaranteed every academic year. Please contact the Chairman of the Modern Languages and Cultures Department, Dr. Dieter (firstname.lastname@example.org) for more information and concerns.**
Why study Korean?
What are the benefits of studying Korean?
- Cultural awareness
- Jobs in government
- Jobs in business
Why else would I take Korean?
- To satisfy the Rock Studies language requirement for the Bachelor of Arts degree in any discipline, students must successfully complete Korean 103. Students with previous experience in Korean can complete this requirement faster by placing into and starting at Korean 102 or Korean 103, rather than starting from Korean 101.
- Korean 101, 102, and 103 also satisfy enrichment requirements in the global community area.
How about study abroad?
- SRU sponsors exchange programs in both Seoul and Kangwon-do. Students interested in an immersion experience in a Korean-speaking country are encouraged to work with the Office for Global Engagement.