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4 Bachelor of Arts Programs in Korean

A Bachelor of Arts (BA) is a degree rewarded to students who complete an undergraduate program that typically lasts four years. This type of degree can be focused on the sciences, liberal arts, or a mixture of the two. 

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SOAS University of London
London, United Kingdom

From the study of pre-modern Korean literature and history to contemporary Korean cinema and TV. The BA Korean Combined Honours Degree provides students with the highest level ... +

From the study of pre-modern Korean literature and history to contemporary Korean cinema and TV. The BA Korean Combined Honours Degree provides students with the highest level of competence in all aspects of the written and spoken language, as well as an introduction to both classical and modern Korean culture, and is suitable for both absolute beginners as well as those with some knowledge of the Korean language. -
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Full-time
4 years
English
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George Mason University
Fairfax, USA

The concentration in Korean prepares students to perform professional work in the field of translation, international relations, local and federal government, transnational en ... +

The concentration in Korean prepares students to perform professional work in the field of translation, international relations, local and federal government, transnational enterprise, cultural industry, and teaching careers in Korea or at local public schools and to pursue graduate studies in Korean or Korean studies. The concentration in Korean has an emphasis on developing solid Korean language proficiency skills, technical translation skills, and an in-depth understanding of both South and North Korean society and culture. -
BA
Full-time
4 years
English
Aug 2023
Campus
 
Kyung Hee University
Gwangju-si, South Korea

Korean language and literature are the subjects of our department’s study. Korean language is the mother tongue of the Korean people and includes the ancient tongue, modern to ... +

Korean language and literature are the subjects of our department’s study. Korean language is the mother tongue of the Korean people and includes the ancient tongue, modern tongue, and dialects. Korean literature means all literary works which have been written in the Korean language, and our study is divided into two areas: Korean modern literature and classics. -
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Sungshin Women's University
Seongbuk-gu, South Korea

Department of Korean Language & Literature cultivates national identity and also globalization through in-depth learning of the Korean language and culture. Furthermore, t ... +

Department of Korean Language & Literature cultivates national identity and also globalization through in-depth learning of the Korean language and culture. Furthermore, the department enhances students' ability to be self-reliant through diverse conferences/seminars. Our students obtain hands-on knowledge through field trips and build solidarities between the lower and upperclassmen students by holding an academic festival each year. The annually published Hyangran Eomun ('Hyangran Language & Literature') summarizes all the activities held by these activities. Our curriculum organizes subjects by focusing on aptitude and levels of difficulty for different majors. With specialties assigned to modern literature, classical literature, and Korean linguistics, the curriculum ensures that students gradually build up their skills in Korean language and literature. -
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Korean
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