Minor in Korean Interdisciplinary Studies

Minor in Korean Interdisciplinary Studies


The Lynch School of Education and Human Development (Lynch School) minor in Korean Interdisciplinary Studies consists of 18 credits, 15 of which may not simultaneously be counted toward the BC core or other major/minor requirements. The minor is designed to advance understanding of Korea as an important collaborator. Students will attain proficiency at or beyond the elementary level in the Korean language, select electives from different departments and engage in an experience or project specially designated with our partner institutions in South Korea, following an interdisciplinary approach to a topic in education, applied psychology and/or human development. Students are also encouraged to choose South Korea (Seoul National University, Yonsei University, or Seoul National University of Education) as a possible junior year abroad or summer immersion program destination.