Concentrations

Korean Culture

Areas of study: Interdisciplinary study focusing on Korean arts and humanities such as anthropology, film studies, history, literature, religion, and sociology

 

 

Using various research and theoretical methodologies, the Korean Culture program explores Korean society and culture from different yet interdisciplinary perspectives. Its goal is to encourage students to develop broader and deeper understanding of Koreas past and present as well as its place in the world.

 

 

Teaching Korean As a Foreign Language 

Areas of study: Korean applied linguistics; specialization in the acquisition, analysis, pedagogy, and use of Korean as a foreign language; pre- and in-service professional training in TKFL

 

 

Teaching Korean as a Foreign Language (TKFL) is a subfield of Applied Linguisitcs specializing in the acquisition, analysis, pedagogy, and use of Korean as a foreign language. The M.A. and Ph.D. programs offer students both theoretical and field trainings through various courses, research projects, as well as teaching internships in Korea and abroad. The program aims to cultivate Korean language researchers and teachers who could also broaden students’ understanding of Korean culture and society vis-à-vis Korean language. 

 

 

Curriculum

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