Minors will be introduced to the cultural heritage of Korea through courses on literature, history, civilization, language, and linguistics. Minors will be able to communicate effectively (listening, speaking, and writing) in Korean and will learn critical skills in analyzing and interpreting historical and cultural materials appropriate to the student's area of specialization. Students will achieve advanced linguistic competency and be able to demonstrate practical skills in using Korean for translation and interpretation. Students will be able to relate relevant issues to other areas in the humanities.
A minor in Korean consists of four courses in Korean above the 100 level plus two additional elective courses (of 3 credits or more) in the area of
concentration (subject code 574). The elective courses may be language courses or culture courses.