Korean (KORE)

KORE 101  Beginning Korean I  (3 credits)

This course is for students who are starting Korean in college, or who have been placed at this level after taking the placement test. Students who have studied this language for three or more years in high school, or who use it at home, are not eligible to register for this course. Through classroom drills, oral presentations, pair and group work, and writing activities, students are expected to develop the fundamental skills of speaking, listening, reading, and writing. Meets World Languages Requirement.

KORE 102  Beginning Korean II  (3 credits)

Prerequisite(s): KORE 101 or by departmental placement. This course is for students who have completed Beginning Korean I, or who have been placed at this level through a placement test. Through classroom drills, oral presentations, pair and group work, and writing activities, students are expected to develop the fundamental skills of speaking, listening, reading, and writing. Meets World Languages requirement.

KORE 121  Intermediate Korean I  (3 credits)

Prerequisite(s): KORE 102 or by departmental placement. For students who have completed Beginning Korean I and II, or who have been placed at this level through a placement test. This course aims to further enhance the communicative ability that was built in Beginning Korean I and II, expand vocabulary through reinforced activities and assignments, and deepen students’ understanding of Korean culture and society. Meets World Languages graduation requirement.

KORE 132  Intermediate Korean II  (3 credits)

Prerequisite(s): KORE 121 or by departmental placement. For students who have completed Intermediate Korean I, or who have been placed at this level through a placement test. This course aims to further enhance students’ communicative ability, expand vocabulary through reinforced activities and assignments, and deepen understanding of Korean culture and society. Meets World Languages Requirement.