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A EAK101L, Elementary Korean I (5)

An intoduction to modern Korean, with emphasis on speaking, reading, and writing. Format will include both lecture and drill sessions. Not open to students with any previous knowledge in Korean languagre. Offered in fall.

 

A EAK 102L, Elementary Korean II (5)

Contivuation oa A EAK 101L. Prerequisite(s): A EAK 101 or equivalent. Offered in spring.

 

EAK 140, Introduction to East Asian Cinema (3) 8W2

Embedded in Korean culture, its films provide a window to understanding traditional and modern Korean culture.
 

A EAK 170 Korea: Its Culture and Heritage (3)

Survey of the essential elements of traditional Korean civilization, early contacts with the West, and modern development. Focus on the evolution of bsic Korean social, political, economic aestetic ideas. Conducted in English; no knowledge of korean is required.

 

A EAK201L, Intermediate Korean I (5)

Concentration on reading, writing, and speaking at the intermediate level. Emphasis on vocabulary drills, grammar exercises, and pattern practice. Prerequisilte(s): A EAK102 or equivalent. Offered in fall.

 

A EAK202L, Intermediate Korean II (5)

Continuation of A EAK 201L. Enchancement of reading, witing, and speaking skills will be emphasized. Students will also master several Korean proverbs. Prerequisite(s): A EAK 201L or equivalent. Offered in spring.

 

A EAK301, Advanced Korean I (3)

Acquisition of complex stuctures through intensive oral/aural and reading/writing practice. Discussion, authentic written materials, videotapes and audio tapea are incorporated. Prerequisite(s): A EAK 202L or equivalent. Offered in fall.

 

A EAK302, Advanced Korean II (3)

This course is a continuation of A EAK 301. Prerequisite(s): A EAK 301 or equivalent. Offered in spring.

 

A EAK 377 / AHST 377. History of Modern Korea (3)

 

A EAK 379, Topics in Korean Literature, History, and Culture (3)
This course will focus on a selected topic or major work of traditinal or modern Korean literature or history for intensive study. This course is conducted solely in English; Knowledge of Korean is not required. May be repeated for credit when the topic varies. Prerequisite(s): A EAK 101L, or 170, or permission of the instructor.
 
A EAK 422 / RPOS 422Z. North Korea - History, Culture, Politics (3)
 
 
 

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