A minor in Korean aims to offer learner-centered courses consistent with the Department of Foreign Languages’ dual emphasis on linguistic skill building and teaching content throughout the curriculum. Students need to complete 15 credit hours of Korean, of which a minimum of six (6) must be taken in residence at KSU. Advanced speakers of Korean should consult with the Korean program advisor about testing options using the Advanced Standing Examinations available in the Department of Foreign Languages.
A native or near-native speaker of Korean may:
take an Advanced Standing Exam for credit in lieu of KOR 2002, or
take 2 Elective Courses in lieu of KOR 2002 (the student would still have to take an additional Elective course to fulfill the Elective requirement).
Required Courses (12 Credit Hours)
Students must select four (4) courses from the following: