Korean

The Korean minor equips students with linguistic proficiency in the Korean language and cultural literacy about Korea and its place in the world. Students gain global cultural understanding, develop communication skills, and think analytically. Students are strongly encouraged to participate in study abroad programs, internships, student-centered organizations, and experiential learning opportunities through which they can practice the language and deepen their cultural understanding.

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Small Classes

Benefit from individual attention from award-winning faculty

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Flexibility

Complete your French program alongside a second area of study

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Study Abroad

Experience linguistic and cultural immersion in France, Belgium, or Canada

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Learn more about our program and the courses you can take. We offer a variety of classes for you to take and explore.

Study Abroad Program

French Language, Literature and Culture in Tours

1

summer

1

city

9

credits

Tours is located in the beautiful Loire Valley, often called the garden of France – a region of great cultural importance, famous for its historic and architectural heritage and majestic châteaux.

The Korean minor equips students with linguistic proficiency in the Korean language and cultural literacy about Korea and its place in the world. Students gain global cultural understanding, develop communication skills, and think analytically. Students are strongly encouraged to participate in study abroad programs, internships, student-centered organizations, and experiential learning opportunities through which they can practice the language and deepen their cultural understanding.

Placement Testing

2018 Fall Placement Test: Wednesday, August 29 3:00 pm – 5:30 pm in Wells Hall B-342

Minor Requirements (17 credits)

  1. All of the following courses (11 credits)
    1. KOR 201: Second-Year Korean I (4 cr.)
    2. KOR 202: Second-Year Korean II (4 cr.)
    3. KOR 301: Third-Year Korean I (3 cr.)
  2. Two of the following courses (6 credits)
    1. KOR 291: Special Topics in Asian Languages (3 cr.)
    2. KOR 302: Third-Year Korean II (3 cr.) 
    3. KOR 401: Fourth-Year Korean I (3 cr.)
    4. KOR 402: Fourth-Year Korean II (3 cr.) 

Other courses that contain a substantive amount of Korean or Korea-related content may be used for this requirement with approval of the Korean minor advisor. For more information about the Korean Minor, please contact our undergraduate advisor.

MSU Korean Student Association

President: Hyunna O’Sullivan
Advisor: Ok-Sook Park
Email: msukoreanstudentassociation@gmail.com
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/msuksa.msu