Korean Studies Minor

3016 Humanities and Social Sciences Building
(858) 534-0491
E-mail: koreanstudies@ucsd.edu
http://koreanstudies.ucsd.edu/

All courses, faculty listings, and curricular and degree requirements described herein are subject to change or deletion without notice. Updates may be found on the Academic Senate website: http://senate.ucsd.edu/catalog-copy/approved-updates/.

The Korean Studies Minor Program requires that students complete a total of twenty-eight units of Korea and/or Korea-related courses. Normally twenty-eight units add up to seven courses, if each course is a four-unit course. If courses taken offer fewer than four units each, then more than seven courses are needed to fulfill the minor requirement of twenty-eight units.

Students can take a maximum of three lower-division courses; however, the Minor Program does not require lower-division courses. All twenty-eight units can be upper-division courses. Students are not required to take language courses, but we strongly encourage simultaneous language courses as part of the overall specialization in Korea.

Please keep in mind that the approved list of courses is divided into two categories: Korea courses (100 percent Korea content) and Korea-related courses (less than 100 percent Korea content). Students need to petition to use Korea-related courses and courses where topics vary.

All of the lower- and upper-division courses must be taken for a letter grade.

Approved List of Courses

1. Courses on Korea

Ethnomusicology (petition required for all ethnomusicology courses)

History

Literature

Korean Language Courses

Korean Politics and Security (School of International Relations and Pacific Studies)

2. Korea-Related Courses (petition required for all Korea-related courses)

Asian Cultural Studies

Asian Ethnomusicology

Asian History

Asian American Studies

Critical Gender Studies Program

Communication

Sociology