Programs and Resources Related to Korean Studies at Stony Brook University

 

Program in Korean Studies

Faculty: Hyun Choo; Jiwong Hwang; Hongkyung Kim; Sung Bae Park (director); Heejeong Sohn

Established in 1982, the Program in Korean Studies at Stony Brook on Long Island has been a vital hub for both academic and community activities related to Korea, New York. As one of the undergraduate minors of SUNY Stony Brook, it currently offers more than a dozen courses in Korean Studies along with diverse opportunities for research and internships.

http://sb.cc.stonybrook.edu/bulletin/current/academicprograms/kor/

Minor in Korean Studies

The minor program in Korean Studies is designed to offer students opportunities to build and pursue their academic and career-related interests in Korea through the courses in language, literary and material cultures, history, and religious and philosophical traditions within a broader understanding of Asia’s past and present. The Minor program offers undergraduate scholarships and internship/teaching assistantship opportunities in Korean studies and incorporates the study abroad to Korea through the International Academic Program.

http://www.stonybrook.edu/korea/minor.htm

Study Abroad in Korea

Each year, increasing number of Stony Brook students are visiting the universities in Korea for study and cultural experiences under the study abroad program.

http://www.stonybrook.edu/studyabroad/shorts_korea.html

 

Visit the website of the Center for Korean Studies for more resources.

http://sb.cc.stonybrook.edu/bulletin/current/academicprograms/kor/

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