Courses

KOR-101. Korean I. 3 Hours.

Development of basic skill in listening, speaking, reading and writing. Cultural appreciation.

KOR-102. Korean II. 3 Hours.

Continuation of basic skill in listening, speaking, reading and writing. Cultural appreciation.
Prerequisite: KOR-101 minimum grade of D.

KOR-103. Korean III. 3 Hours.

Continuation of basic skill in listening, speaking, reading and writing. Cultural appreciation.
Prerequisite: KOR-102 minimum grade of D.

KOR-205. Business Korean. 3 Hours.

Study of basic skills neede to conduct low-to-midlevel business transactions in Korean with emphasis on aspects of Korean culture that occur most frequently in a business environment. Conducted in English.
Prerequisite: KOR-103 minimum grade of D.

KOR-220. Korean Conversation I. 3 Hours.

Development of oral-aural communication skills with emphasis on everyday situations.
Prerequisite: KOR-103 minimum grade of D.

KOR-221. Korean Grammar And Composition I. 3 Hours.

Overview of grammaer with emphasis on writing skills.
Prerequisite: KOR-103 minimum grade of D.

KOR-222. Korean Conversation II. 3 Hours.

Continuation of KOR-220 with emphasis on sophistication in speaking Korean through simulation and role playing.
Prerequisite: KOR-220 minimum grade of D.

KOR-223. Korean Grammar And Composition II. 3 Hours.

Continuation of KOR-221.
Prerequisite: KOR-221 minimum grade of D.

KOR-313. Introduction To Korean Literature. 3 Hours.

Overview of literary periods and significant trends in Korean and Korean-American Literature. Survey of major writers and their principal works.

KOR-360. The Confucian Tradition In Korea. 3 Hours.

An in-depth study of Korean ideas and values which explain some of the most fundamental traditional Korean assumptions about humanity, society and the world. This course will examine ideas and values, rooted in the Confucian tradition, which have influenced pre-modern Korean culture and in many ways remain in force in modern society.