The Korean Department currently offers the following degree programs:


Major

Master’s Degree

Doctoral Degree

Korean Culture

Master of Arts in Korean Studies (Korean Culture)

PH.D. in Korean Studies

Teaching Korean as a Foreign Language

Master of Arts in Korean Studies (Teaching Korean as a Foreign Language)

PH.D. in Korean Studies


Academic Requirements

The following criteria should be met in order to complete and acquire a diploma on the chosen degree program.

Master's Degree

  • Two years (four semesters) of regular enrollment

  • Completion of 33 coursework credits + thesis (3 credits) OR 36 coursework credits if not taking thesis with a grade point average of 3.00 or above

  • Completion of the selected degree program’s course requirement

  • Completion of all requirements within 7 years 

Doctoral Degree

  • Two years (four semesters) of regular enrollment

  • Completion of 36 coursework credits with a grade point average of 3.00 or above

  • Completion of the selected degree program’s course requirement

  • Successful completion of the Comprehensive Exam

  • Successful completion of a Doctoral Dissertation and Oral Defense

  • Completion of all requirements within 11 years

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