- Certificate of Language Ability in Korean
- Minor in Korean Language and Culture
Department of World Languages and Cultures
19th floor, 25 Park Place Bldg.
William Nichols, Chair
Germán Torres, Associate Chair
Faye Stewart, Undergraduate Director
Hakyoon Lee, Korean program coordinator
Certificate of Language Ability in Korean
A strong demand exists by employers for candidates to offer credentials to verify language proficiency in both oral and written communication. The undergraduate Certificate of Language Ability is designed for students to offer tangible proof of their language abilities and makes an ideal complement to other areas of study such as business, international relations, public health, criminal justice, hospitality, and more.
The certificate consists of 12 credit hours at 2000- and 3000-level (minimum of 6 must be at the 3000-level), with a B or higher in the first attempt at each course. Courses retaken using the university Repeat to Replace policy are not counted as first attempts.
- At the 2000-level, students may enroll in KORE 2001 and KORE 2002.
- At the 3000-level, students may enroll in KORE 3002 and KORE 3011.
Minor in Korean Language and Culture
Students who wish to minor in Korean Language and Culture should complete 15 credit hours including at least 9 credit hours at the 3000 levels or above. A grade “C” or higher is required in all courses counting toward the minor. Current courses available for the minor include:
- Korean 2001 Intermediate Korean I (3)
- Korean 2002 Intermediate Korean II (3)
- Korean 3001 Advanced Korean I (3)
- Korean 3002 Advanced Korean II (3)
- Korean 3011 Korean Proficiency Through Korean Drama (3)
- Korean 4011 Business Korean (3)
- Korean 4300 Korean Language, Culture, and Society (3)
- Korean 4995 Directed Readings (3)