The Korean Program offers courses in translation as well as language courses and advanced literature courses in Korean. 

The in translation courses cover a variety of topics from the earliest periods of Korean culture to contemporary times.

The advanced literature courses offer diverse readings of older genres, such as hyangga, kayo, kasa, sijo, kodae, sosol, and pa'ansori, as well as modern poetry, fiction, and popular culture.

Many of these courses fulfill the College LASAR requirements in Humanities.


Korean language and culture course offered in the fall of 2009:

Korean 102: Elementary Korean II
Korean 360: Readings in Korean (This course satisfies the College language requirement with Korean.)
East 132: Civilization of Korea

 

 

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Classic, Middle Eastern, Asian Languages & Cultures
Tel: 718-997-5570 Fax: 718-997-5577

Late update: May 5, 2009