Korean Studies Courses

The Korean Studies Program offers over a dozen courses throughout the year, allowing students to have a variety of academic choices in Korean thoughts and religions, intellectual and philosophical traditions, language, culture, history and upper division seminars in humanities and social sciences.

Those who are pursuing a Korean Studies minor or Asian Studies major/minor should also refer to academic requirements for respective programs to manage required courses and credits taken.

Courses Offered in Korean Studies

AAS 217-J Introduction to Korean Culture
AAS 236-J Korean Religions
AAS/HIS247 - F Modern Korea through Visual Culture
AAS/RLS 240-J Confucianism and Daoism
AAS/RLS 260-J Buddhism
AAS 300-G Intellectual History of East Asia
AAS 321-G Korean Literature
AAS 323-J/GLO/SBS   Language and Society in Korea
AAS/HIS 337-J History of Korea
AAS/RLS 367-J Meditation and Enlightenment
AAS/ARH 394 Topics in Asian Art - Modern and Contemporary Korean Art
AAS 400 Seminar in Korean Studies
AAS 447 Directed Readings in Asian and Asian American Studies
AAS 475 Undergraduate Teaching Practicum I
AAS 476 Undergraduate Teaching Practicum II
AAS 487 Supervised Research in Asian and Asian American Studies
AAS 488 Internship
ARH 203 Arts of Asia 

KOR 111 Elementary Korean I
KOR 112 Elementary Korean II
KOR 120 Elementary Korean for Heritage Korean
KOR 211 Intermediate Korean I
KOR 212 Intermediate Korean II
KOR 220-LANG, GLO, HUM Intermediate Korean for Heritage Speakers (NEW in Spring 2016)
KOR 311 Advanced Korean I
KOR 312 Advanced Korean II
KOR 331-F Social Science Topics in Korean Studies
KOR 332-G Humanities Topics in Korean Studies
KOR 411 Advanced Korean III
KOR 412 Advanced Korean IV
KOR 426-Structure of Korean
KOR 476-Undergraduate Teaching Practicum II
LIN 355.02-J Language and Life in East Asia 
RLS 246-J Korean and Japanese Religions
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