Korean (KOR)

KOR 101 Elementary Korean I 3

Introduction to the Korean language and culture. Emphasis on the basic writing system (Hanguel), as well as on active listening, speaking, writing, reading, and applied vocabulary.

GE Marker: GN

KOR 102 Elementary Korean II 3

Continued study of elementary-level Korean language and culture. Further study of the Hanguel writing system with continuing emphasis on listening, speaking, writing, and reading skills and applied vocabulary.

GE Marker: GN

Prerequisites: KOR 101 or permission of instructor.

Notes: Students with previous knowledge of Korean are required to meet with a designated faculty member. Students who are native or heritage speakers of Korean MUST obtain permission from the instructor before enrolling in the course. No academic credit will be given without department permission if students have already earned credit for an equivalent or higher-level course or have been placed into a higher-level course.

KOR 203 Intermediate Korean I 3

Intermediate-level study of the Korean language and culture. Further acquisition of the Hanguel writing system with continuing development of listening, speaking, writing, and reading skills and applied vocabulary.

GE Marker: GN

Prerequisites: KOR 102 or permission of instructor.

Notes: Students with previous knowledge of Korean are required to meet with a designated faculty member. Students who are native or heritage speakers of Korean MUST obtain permission from the instructor before enrolling in the course. No academic credit will be given without department permission if students have already earned credit for an equivalent or higher-level course or have been placed into a higher-level course.

KOR 204 Intermediate Korean II 3

The second intermediate-level course on the Korean language and culture. Further acquisition of Hanguel with continuing development of grammar concepts, applied vocabulary, and skills in listening, speaking, writing, and reading.

GE Marker: GN

Prerequisites: KOR 203 or permission of instructor.

Notes: Students with previous knowledge of Korean are required to meet with a designated faculty member. Students who are native or heritage speakers of Korean MUST obtain permission from the instructor before enrolling in the course. No academic credit will be given without department permission if students have already earned credit for an equivalent or higher-level course or have been placed into a higher-level course.