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KOREAN (KOR)

Professor Mark Francis, Director
Office: 200-D B. B. Comer Hall

KOR 101 Elementary Korean I. Three hours.

Contemporary Korean—speaking, reading, and writing. Course involves self-instructional approach with tapes and texts in the Critical Languages Center. Students meet three hours per week with a tutor. It is the first semester of college-level study in Korean. Offered each semester.

KOR 102 Elementary Korean II. Three hours.

Prerequisite: KOR 101 or equivalent.

Contemporary Korean—speaking, reading, and writing. Course involves self-instructional approach with tapes and texts in the Critical Languages Center. Students meet three hours per week with a tutor. It is the second semester of college-level study in Korean. Offered each semester.

KOR 201 Intermediate Korean I. Three hours.

Prerequisite: KOR 102 or equivalent.

Continuation of Korean language on the intermediate level. Emphasis is on the development of reading skills and writing proficiency. Offered according to demand.

KOR 202 Intermediate Korean II. Three hours.

Prerequisite: KOR 201 or equivalent.

Continuation of KOR 201. Emphasis is on the development of reading skills and writing proficiency. Offered according to demand.

KOR 301 Advanced Korean I. Three hours.

Prerequisite: KOR 202 or equivalent.

Continuation of Korean on the advanced level. Offered according to demand.

KOR 302 Advanced Korean II. Three hours.

Prerequisite: KOR 301 or equivalent.

Continuation of Korean on the advanced level. Offered according to demand.

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