Last updated: September 10, 2014 at 3:14 p.m.
Courses of Instruction
(1-99) Primarily for Undergraduate Students
Prerequisite: KOR 10a or the equivalent. Four class hours per week.
Offers intensive training in intermediate Korean grammar, listening comprehension, speaking, reading, and writing. Students acquire Korean language proficiency through various interactive classroom activities, workbook, audio, and computer-assisted exercises. Special one-time offering, spring 2014.
Pathways for Korean Literacy or Korean Language for Korean Speakers
Prepares heritage language students to achieve the advanced level on the ACTFL proficiency scale, with the aim of passing the Korean language exemption exam. Topics include colloquial and written style, speech in formal and casual settings, practice in translation and advanced reading. Usually offered every second year.
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Prerequisite: KOR 20b or the equivalent. Four class hours per week.
For students with some study of Korean. Continues presentation of basic grammar and vocabulary of the language within the context of Korean culture, and practice of the four language skills. Special attention to reading and writing skills, as well as practical conversation. One-time special offering, fall 2014.
Advanced Intermediate Korean
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Prerequisite: KOR 30a or permission of the instructor. Four class hours per week.
Continues the development of advanced oral and literacy skills through formal presentations, discussion, and composition practices. A business Korean component will also be incorporated into the course to prepare students for job opportunities. Special one-time offering, spring 2015.