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Ddmin:admin Date:2014/04/22
Major Code: 480
Major Number: 050209


I. A Brief Introduction
The major of Korean in China Central Normal University was founded in 2009 under the approval of the Ministry of Education and in 2011 it obtained the right to confer master’s degree in Asian-African Language and Literature (Korean Language and Literature). The major now is the home to 7 faculty teachers and one foreign teacher, which forms a reasonable and high-educational teaching structure. Teaching and academic research of this major mainly focuses on four areas, namely, literature, linguistic, culture and translation. Every year 25 undergraduates and 4 to 6 postgraduates from mainland China, Hong Kong, Macao and Taiwan regions are enrolled. This major has been actively engaged in academic activities and signed cooperative agreements with many famous universities in South Korean, such as, Hanyang University, Chung-ang University, Korea National University of Education, Yeungnam University, Sungshin Women's University, where students of this major are sent to study and visit.
II.Objective
This major aims to cultivate students with a high level of Korean language proficiency, a good command of Korean linguistics and Literature and knowledge related to Korean that can be applied to the work of translation, teaching, academic research, management in various workplaces related to foreign affairs, economy, publishing, education, scientific research, tourism and so on .It aims to equip students with good moral standards and humanistic quality. Besides, it also aims to provide excellent students for postgraduate education.
III.Basic Requirements
Students of this major should have good moral standards and teamwork spirits. They need to be confident and tolerant and have their own judgmental ability. The main task for students of this major is to study Korean language and knowledge related to its culture. Meanwhile they also need to have knowledge in Humanities and Social Sciences, including history, philosophy, politics, arts, socialists, economic, and management. They will be capable of communicating and writing in Korean after receiving the systematic training of reading, listening, speaking, writing, and translating. Students are encouraged to be open-minded, have independent leaning and life-learning ability. They should be creative and be capable of doing academic researches.
Upon successful completion of this major, students should be able to:
1. Master the basic knowledge of Korean language; read and understand Korean, speak and write in Korean, as well as do some translations of Korean.
2. Know about politics, economics, society, history, culture, education, science and technology and tourism at Korean Peninsula.
3. Get familiar with China’s strategies, policies, and laws regarding to the diplomacy, foreign affairs, education, economy and trade, as well as cultural exchange.
4. Have a strong mind and be well-educated with the awareness of globalization; be practical and creative.
5. Know the method of document retrieval and information searching; do academic researches and practical working.
6. Have the potentiality to further their study in Korean language, literature, translation or some relevant subjects.
IV.Main courses
Comprehensive Korean (primary, intermediate, advanced level), Korean Conversation Lesson, Audio-visual-oral Korean, Korean Writing, Introduction of Korean Language, Korean Society and Culture, The History of Korean Literature and Anthology, Korean-Chinese Translation, Korean-Chinese Consecutive Interpretation.
V.length of schooling & Academic Degree
Length of schooling: four years
Academic Degree: bachelor of liberal arts
VI.Academic Credit Distribution Table

type

semester

course

= 2 \* ROMAN II

= 3 \* ROMAN III

Total

percentage %

credit

Compulsory courses

on public education platform

8

7

8

7

/

/

/

/

30

27.2

Compulsory courses

on general education platform

6

5

7

6

2

2

/

/

28

25.5

Compulsory specialized course

/

/

/

/

12

12

/

/

24

21.8

Elective specialized course

plan to open

/

/

/

/

16

16

/

/

32

/

required

/

/

/

/

4

4

/

/

8

7.3

Elective course on public education platform

2

5

3

5

3

2

/

/

20

18.2

Total

16

17

18

18

21

20

/

/

110

100

= 7 \* ROMAN VII. Syllabus

Course

Variety

Course Code

Course Title

Semester

credit

Class hour

distribution

Hours /week

Advanced Course

Exam method

Course for double major


Hours/semester

Experiment

Extracurricular

Public Education Platform

Compulsory Course

34000021

Ideology and Moral

Cultivation and Law

Foundation

1

3

48

0

0

3

3

34000022

Conspectus of

Chinese

Modern History

2

2

24

0

8

3

3

34000023

Basic Principles Of Marxism

3

3

32

0

16

2

3

34000025

Introduction to Mao Zedong Thoughts and Chinese

Characterized

Socialism Theory System

4

6

48

0

48

3

3

35000011

CEC Reading Writing and Translation 1

1

2

26

0

2

1

35000021

CEC Reading Writing and Translation 2

2

2

32

0

2

1

35000031

CEC Reading Writing and Translation 3

3

2

32

0

2

1

35000012

Audio-visual-oral CEC1

1

2

26

0

2

1

35000022

Audio-visual-oral CEC2

2

2

32

0

2

1

35000032

Audio-visual-oral CEC3

3

2

32

0

2

1

33001100

University PE 1

1

1

26

0

2

1

33002100

University PE 2

2

1

32

0

2

1

33003100

University PE 3

3

1

32

0

2

1

33004100

University PE 4

4

1

32

0

2

1

General Course Platform

Compulsory Course

48010001

Introduction to the Major of Korean

1

2

24

0

12

2

1

48011001

Primary Korean 1

1

2

72

0

36

6

1

48011002

Korean Conversation Lesson 1

1

1

24

0

12

2

2

48011003

Korean Listening 1

1

1

24

0

12

2

1

48011004

Primary Korean 2

2

3

96

0

48

6

48011001

1

48011005

Korean Conversion Lesson 2

2

1

32

0

16

2

48011002

2

48011006

Korean Listening 2

2

1

32

0

16

2

48011003

1

48011007

Intermediate Korean 1

3

3

96

0

48

6

48011004

1

48011008

Korean Conversation Lesson 3

3

1

32

0

16

2

48011005

2

48011009

Audio-visual-oral Korean 1

3

1

20

12

16

2

48011006

3

48011010

Korean Writing 1

3

1

16

16

16

2

48011004

1

48011011

Korean Reading 1

3

1

32

0

16

2

48011004

1

48011012

Intermediate Korean 2

4

3

96

0

48

6

48011007

1

48011013

Audio-visual-oral Korean2

4

1

20

12

16

2

48011009

3

48011014

Korean Writing 2

4

1

16

16

16

2

48011010

1

48011015

Korean Reading 2

4

1

32

0

16

2

48011011

1

48010002

Chinese Character and Korean Culture

5

2

32

0

16

2

1

48010003

Korean Society and Culture

6

2

32

0

16

2

48020003

1

Elective Course

Humanities & Arts and Sports

program

Students select course form the programs of Humanities & Arts and Sports, Social Science, and Natural Science. Minimum 12 credits is required for general elective course platform. It’s advised to take course of different programs. Students can’t select course repeatedly or course similar to what they’ve taken previously. Course credits students get in the minor major is equal to those taken on the general elective course platform.


Social Science

program


Natural Science

program


48021001

Training for Korean language Proficiency Test 1*

2

1

16

16

16

2

1


48022001

Appreciation of Korean Fairy Tale 1

2

1

24

8

16

2

3


48020001

Public Speech in Korean with Given Topic

2

1

8

24

16

2

2


48021002

Training for Korean language Proficiency Test 2*

3

1

16

16

16

2

48011004

1


48022002

Appreciation of Korean Fairy Tale 2

3

1

24

8

16

2

48022001

3


48020002

Public Speech in Korean

3

1

8

24

16

2

48020001

2


48021003

Training for Korean language Proficiency Test 3*

4

1

16

16

16

2

48021002

1


48020003

Introduction to South Korean*

4

2

32

0

16

2

1


48020004

Calligraphy in Korean

4

1

16

16

16

2

3


48022003

Appreciation of Korean Movies*

5

1

8

24

16

2

48022002

3


48020005

Introduction to Academic Research Method*

6

2

16

16

16

2

3


Specialized Course Platform

Compulsory Course

48011016

Advanced Korean 1

5

4

64

0

32

4

48011012

1


48011017

Korean Writing 3

5

2

10

24

16

2

48011014

1


48011018

Advanced-level Dialogue in Korean

5

2

4

28

16

2

48011008

2


48011019

Korean-Chinese Translation & Chinese-Korean Translation

5

2

20

12

16

2

1


48012001

History of Ancient Korean Literature and SelectedReading

5

2

32

0

16

2

1


48011020

Advanced Korean 2

6

4

64

0

32

4

48011016

1


48012002

History of Contemporary Korean Literature and SelectedReading

6

2

32

0

16

2

48012001

1


48011021

Korean-Chinese Translation Practice

6

2

10

22

16

2

48011019

1


48011022

Introduction to Korean Language

6

2

32

0

16

2

1


48011023

SelectedReadingin Korean Press

6

2

32

16

2

48010002

1


Elective Course

48021004

Korean-Chinese Consecutive Interpretation

5

2

8

24

16

2

2


48021005

Tourism Korean*

5

2

32

0

16

2

1


48021006

Analysis of Korean Language Difficulties 1

5

2

20

12

16

2

1


48021007

Pragmatics of Korean

5

2

32

0

16

2

1


48021008

Comparison of Korean and Chinese Phonetics

5

2

32

0

16

2

1


48021009

Comparison of Korean and Chinese Grammar

5

2

20

12

16

2

1


48020006

Comparison of Korean and Chinese Culture

5

2

20

12

16

2

48020003

3


48021010

Korean Lexicology

5

2

32

0

16

2

1


48021012

Technique Terms in Korean Language

6

2

32

0

16

2

1


48021013

Korean-Chinese Simultaneous Interpretation

6

2

4

28

16

2

48021004

2


48021014

Business Korean

6

2

32

0

16

2

1


48021015

Analysis of Korean Language Difficulties 2

6

2

32

0

16

2

48021006

1


48021016

Comparison of Korean and Chinese Words

6

2

20

12

16

2

48021010

1


48021017

Korean Discourse Analysis

6

2

32

0

16

2

48021007

1


48022005

Comparison of Korean and Chinese Literature

6

2

0

0

16

2

48012001

1


48022006

Introduction of Contemporary Korean Fiction

6

2

0

0

16

2

48012002

1


= 7 \* ROMAN VII. Practice and Experimental Teaching

Name

Credit

Experimental Course in Class

Speech and question-answering

2

Essay Publishing

2

dramatic Performance

2

Internship for Teaching or Graduation

16

probation

2

Graduation Thesis(design)

8

Other Practice

Volunteering

2

IX .Platform for Community Education

Students are required to take 3 credits of Creativity from the first semester to the eighth semester. The following are the programs which students can get credits of Creativity.

1. get the certificate of Test for Korean Major 4

2. get the certificate of Test for Korean Major 8

3. get the certificate of National Computer Rank Examination(NCRE)

4. get the certificate of Putonghua Proficiency Test

5. get the driving License

6. get certificates of professional qualifications

7. get paper published in Core Journals

8. win awards or prizes on Provincial or Ministerial Level

X. Note

1. The course of this major consists of five parts: public compulsory course (30 credits), free selected course (12 credits), cross-sectional selected course (30 credits), major

course (30credits), and selected course for community education (3 credits).

2. From the first to sixth semester, a total of 28 credits should be taken from the general course platform and specialized course platform.

3. Course marked with “*” will be selected with preference.

4. Half-year internship (in the seventh semester) is required for students of this major. The composition of thesis and the preparation for thesis assessment will be arranged in the eighth semester.

5. Students of the major shall graduate if they meet the requirements of credits in the prescribed semester with 110 course credits in total, 3 to 5 credits for community education, accomplish all the practice and teaching, reach the requirement of college students’ foreign Language level, pass the graduation thesis. Students who are qualified will be conferred with a Bachelor of Arts degree.


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