The undergraduate minor in Korean consists of four courses.

Three courses are language courses beyond KOR 203 (the first semester of Intermediate Korean):

KOR 204: Intermediate Korean II
KOR 305: Advanced Korean I
KORĀ 306: Advanced Korean II
KOR 407: Modern Korean Literature and Culture
KOR 408: Changes and Continuities in Korean History
KOR 409: Korean through Current Affairs
KOR 490: Topics in Korean Language and Literature

The fourth course is a course on Korean culture chosen from among the following:

ASIA 72: First-Year Seminar: Transnational Korea: Literature, Film, Popular Culture
KOR 150: History, Memory, and Reality in Contemporary Korea
KORĀ 151: Education and Social Changes in Contemporary Korea
ARTH/ASIA 158: Introduction to East Asian Art and Architecture
CMPL/KOR 232: Imagining the City in Modern Korea: Text, Image, Space
CMPL/KOR/WGST 237: Rebel, Lover, Martyr: Gender and Sexuality in North and South Korean Screen Cultures
CMPL 246/KOR 346: Body Politics in Modern Korean Literature
KOR 327: Korean Diasporas
KOR 407: Modern Korean Literature and Culture
KOR 408: Changes and Continuities in Korean History
KOR 409: Korean through Current Affairs
ASIA 427/CMPL 527/PWAD 427: Cold War Culture in East Asia: Transnational and Intermedial Connections
ASIA/ECON 469: Western and Asian Economic Systems
KOR 490: Topics in Korean Language and Literature
CMPL 547/KOR 447: Documenting Diasporas: Korean Diasporas in Film and Documentaries

Placement credit (PL) may not be used to meet minor requirements.