The Korean program offers courses in the Korean language emphasizing communication skills ranging from the elementary to the advanced levels with authentic and culture-based materials. Students will acquire command of conversational Korean through course content, task-based learning activities, in class projects, and interpretive communication through various reading and listening assignments. We help our students gain both a higher degree of cultural and linguistic proficiency based on the ACTFL World Readiness Standards with links between communication and culture applied in making connections and comparisons. Students can connect with local Korean communities in the area for their real-world connection beyond the classes through various Korean cultural events and community engagement activities linked with Korean courses.
Special Event: Dong Yeon Lee on Korean CultureFebruary 19, 2:30, Battelle-Tompkins Atrium
The Korean Language Program is hosting an exclusive lecture presented by Dong Yeon Lee. Dr. Lee, a renowned expert in global Korean popular culture, will discuss the ongoing trends and evolving dynamics of K-pop, with a particular emphasis on the diverse aspects of the music industry.
For More Information
- Academic Advising:
- General Program Info:
Hye Young Shin, PhD
- Courses: Korean Courses (on Eagleservice)
- Language Coaching: Make appointments at the Center for Language Exploration, Acquisition, and Research (CLEAR).
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