Registration in Korean Language Courses
- Screening for Korean language courses
All new students who have any prior knowledge of Korean should consult the instructional staff, to be placed in a course suitable to their level of Korean proficiency. Please download the questionnaire to fill out and bring the completed form when you contact the screening coordinator. For more information, please contact Dr. Kyungsook Kim, Korean language coordinator.
Note: Any students providing false information on their language background for academic advantages will be in violation of the policies of academic honesty under the Student Code of Behavior. The Department may withhold credit from students when completing courses for which prior background is deemed and invalidate their registration. Such an offence is grounds for suspension and/or expulsion from the university.
- Registering for Korean language courses
Korea 101 Sections A1/ A3 / Q1 / Q2
The course was designed for absolute beginners and is not open to students with previous knowledge of Korean. Students from a Korean heritage background should consult with the Korean language coordinator for the evaluation of their Korean proficiency.
Korea 102 Section B1 / B2 / S1 / S2
This course is a continuation of Korea 101. Prerequisite for this course is Korea 101, or consent of the Department.
Korea 201 / 202 Section A1/B1, Q1/D1
Basic communication in modern Korean, integrating speaking, listening, reading and writing. Prerequisite: Korea 102 or consent of Department.
Korea 301 / 302 Section A1/B1
Intermediate communication in modern Korean, integrating speaking, listening, reading and writing. Prerequisite: Korea 202 or consent of Department.
- Other course
Korea 240 Korean Literature and the Arts
A survey of pre-modern and modern literature and art forms in Korea. Taught in English.
Note: Does not fulfill any Faculty of Arts requirement for a language other than English.
- Student Activity
Korean Conversation Club:
Every Thursday 5 – 7 pm