B.A. in LLC with a concentration in Global Languages and Communities
This major combines the study of languages with meaningful community-engaged service activities. As you develop intercultural competencies needed to succeed in an increasingly interconnected world, you will have the chance to contribute to local and global communities.
IGS Major with Concentration in Asian Studies
This concentration is ideal for students with a keen interest in studying Asia (broadly defined as including mainland and maritime East Asia, Southeast Asia, and South Asia) in multiple historical contexts and from a variety of complementary perspectives: political, sociological, economic, geographical, religious, linguistic, etc.
Minor in Asian Studies
Students pursuing a major in the International and Global Studies Program with a concentration in Asian Studies must complete 6 credits of the language or approved equivalents.
Sample Course Offerings
KOR 101: Elementary Korean I
Introduction to the Korean language and culture. Emphasis on the basic writing system (Hanguel), as well as on active listening, speaking, writing, reading, and applied vocabulary.
KOR 203: Intermediate Korean I
Further acquisition of the Hanguel writing system with continuing development of listening, speaking, writing, and reading skills and applied vocabulary.
KOR 204: Intermediate Korean II
The second intermediate-level course on the Korean language and culture. Further acquisition of Hanguel with continuing development of grammar concepts, applied vocabulary, and skills in listening, speaking, writing, and reading.
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