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The certificate in Korean studies aims to train and produce students who are linguistically able and culturally informed. The program consists of two major components. The first is to build students' Korean language proficiency in the areas of speaking, listening, reading and writing. The second is to offer students a broad range of knowledge of the culture, literature, history, art and religions of Korea. The certificate allows students to focus on Korean studies, which cannot be attained through the existing degree or nondegree programs in East Asian studies at ASU.
The program will enrich students' perspectives on different cultures and societies at the intellectual level and also equip students with practical knowledge of Korea that will benefit careers in various professions, including academe, government work, international trade, nongovernmental organizations and translations.
Korean Studies (Certificate)
Liberal Arts & Sciences, College of
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