The combined honours degree in Korean is designed to provide a comprehensive overview and understanding of Korea and Korean culture by combining instruction in language, literature, and history. At the completion of their studies, students should have a high level of competency in both spoken and written forms of Korean. In addition to thorough training in the language, the degree aims to impart to its students knowledge of Korean traditions and modern Korean society.
Korean: modules include: Elementary Korean; modern Korean culture and society; pre'modern Korean history; mixed script Korean; readings in modern Korean society; modern Korean literature; Korean composition; Korean conversation; Korean art history; history and structure of the Korean language; advanced readings in Korean; Korean art history. Linguistics: modules include: General linguistics; introduction to grammatical structure; introduction to phonology; intermediate phonology; intermediate syntax; topics in lexical semantics or language and meaning 1; advanced syntax; current issues in phonology; issues in semantics; language, society and communication; morphology; psychology of language; phonetics; topics in lexical semantics; language in Africa; Altaic morpho'phonology; historical linguistics; linguistic typology; the structure of Bantu languages; the structure of Japanese; extended essay in linguistics; issues in semantics; current issues in phonology; advanced syntax; dynamic syntax; topics in the structure of Chinese; independent study project in linguistics.
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Full Time With Time Abroad
- GCE A-level ABB-AAB
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