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New Brunswick Undergraduate Catalog 2022-2024 Programs of Study and Courses for Liberal Arts and Sciences Students Programs, Faculty, and Courses Korean 574 Korean Language Courses  

Korean Language Courses

01:574:101,102 Elementary Korean (4,4) Introduction to the sound, grammar, and writing system of modern Korean; practice and exercises in speaking, reading, and writing. Prerequisite: 01:574:101 or 01:574:105 or equivalent for 01:574:102.
01:574:103 Beginning Korean Reading and Writing for Heritage Students (3) Development of foundation in Korean grammar and vocabulary. Practice in reading, writing, and oral skills.
Prerequisite: Placement. Credit not given for both this course and 01:574:101 or 01:574:102.
01:574:105,106 Online Elementary Korean (4,4) Acquisition of basic linguistic and cultural background of the Korean language. Intensive online course that is equivalent to Korean 101 and 102, respectively (01:574:101 and 102). Credit not given for both 01:574:101 and 01:574:105. Credit not given for both 01:574:102 and 01:574:106. Prerequisite: 01:574:101 or 01:574:105 or equivalent for 01:574:106.
01:574:110 The History of the Korean Script and Calligraphy I (2) Examination of hangul, the indigenous morphophonemic writing system that was invented by King Sejong and his scholars in the 15th century. An overview of the history of hangul writing practices as well as an introduction to the principles, techniques, and art of Korean calligraphy. Practice in brush and pen writing in a variety of styles.
01:574:111 The History of the Korean Script and Calligraphy II (2) Continuation of 01:574:110. Further exploration of the history and characteristics of hangul. Practice in a variety of hangul writing styles in brush and pen writing. Understanding of Korean calligraphy in the context of the ink painting of sagunja ("four noble ones"). Introduction of a new genre of hangul calligraphy as an innovative modern transformation of a traditional art. Prerequisite: 01:574:110.
01:574:201,202 Intermediate Korean (4,4) Development of oral proficiency, practice in reading comprehension, composition, study of grammar, and vocabulary building. Prerequisite: 01:574:102 or 01:574:106 or equivalent for 01:574:201; 01:574:201 or equivalent for 01:574:202.
01:574:203 Intermediate Korean Reading and Writing for Heritage Students (3) Continued study of Korean grammar and vocabulary. Practice in reading, writing, and oral skills.
Prerequisite: 01:574:103 or equivalent. Credit not given for both this course and 01:574:201 or 01:574:202.
01:574:301,302 Advanced Korean (3,3) Study of advanced vocabulary and grammar through reading texts in various styles. Practice in composition and refinement of oral proficiency. Prerequisite: 01:574:202 or 01:574:203 or equivalent for 01:574:301; 01:574:301 or equivalent for 01:574:302.
01:574:303 Advanced Korean for Business I (3) Reading and discussion of business, culture, and society; specialized vocabulary, social skills, and practice in business correspondence. Prerequisite: 01:574:202 or equivalent.
01:574:304 Advanced Korean for Business II (3) Continuation of 01:574:303 with further reading and discussion of business, culture, and society. Prerequisite: 01:574:303 or equivalent.
01:574:320 Korean Translation: Introduction to Practical Translation and Translation Theories (3) Practical translation of high-demand materials (medical and legal forms, government and court documents, news articles and headlines, manuals and instructions, and short writings from diverse disciplines), as well as fundamentals of translation theory and its application. Prerequisite: 01:574:301 or equivalent.
01:574:365 Advanced Topics in the Korean Languages and Linguisitics (3) Investigation of topics in the Korean language such as phonology, syntax, pragmatics, language change, and dialect variations. Prerequisite: 01:574:202 or equivalent.
01:574:401,402 Advanced Readings in Korean (3,3)   Selected readings from modern Korean materials, including fiction, essays, newspapers, and journal articles. Discussion and some writing exercises. Prerequisite: 01:574:302 or equivalent.
01:574:410,411 Readings in Korean Literature (3,3) Selections from representative literary works from premodern to the contemporary period. Exploration of major poetry, drama, and fictional narratives in the context of historical and cultural changes. Prerequisite: 01:574:302 or equivalent.
01:574:450 Korea in Translations: Modern Literature and Film (3) Translations as a generative process. Korean literary fiction and poetry of the 20th century and their versions in English translations. Film as another mode of translation with its own language and grammar. Prerequisite: 01:574:202 or 01:574:203.
01:574:471 Korea in Translations: Contemporary Media (3) Expository and journalistic writings with attention to contemporary language of the mass media. Broadcast news, documentary films, as well as newspaper and magazine articles, studied and translated into English. Permission of the department.
01:574:480 Korean Interpreting (3) Hands-on introduction to practical skills with social, cultural, and ethical components. Role-play with both written and spoken texts, textbook exercises, discussion, and peer evaluation. Required for Certificate in Korean Translation. Permission of instructor and department.
01:574:481 Korean Interpreting Internship (1.5) Real-time interpreting assignments in public services settings. Required for Certificate in Korean Translation. Permission of instructor and department.
01:574:495,496 Independent Study in Korean (3,3) Independent reading under supervision of a member of the department. Prerequisites: Permission of instructor and department.
01:574:497,498 Honors in Korean (6,6) Individualized honors projects for students who have fulfilled all requirements for the minor in Korean or major in East Asian languages and area studies. Both semesters must be completed to receive credit.
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