Basic Language Program (101-104) and General Education Courses
All language courses are designed to develop or improve four language skills - i.e., speaking, listening, reading and writing - in students’ performance and competence. In addition, the courses offered in the Korean Language program integrate cultural components into course materials by using authentic texts and audio-visual materials including newspaper articles, dramas, films, documentaries, etc.
Korean BLP schedule Heading link
|KOR 101 - Elementary Korean I||none||Fall|
|KOR 102 - Elementary Korean II||KOR 101 or placement||Spring|
|KOR 103 - Intermediate Korean I||KOR 102 or placement||Fall|
|KOR 104 - Intermediate Korean II||KOR 103 or placement||Spring|
|KOR 201 – Advanced||KOR 104 or placement||TBD|
|KOR 130 - Understanding Korean History, Culture and Society (taught in English)||none||Fall|
|KOR 230 - Korean Popular Culture in a Global World (taught in English)||none||Spring|
Language Requirement Heading link
Students who pass Korean 104 fulfill the LAS language requirement and are able to continue with 200-level courses.
Who to contact Heading link
For more information on policies, placement, and course syllabi or for questions about Korean at UIC, please contact the Korean Basic Language Coordinator.