Courses - Theological Languages
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LAN 5162 Korean 2In addition to grammar and the spoken language, an added component is an introduction to Rev. Moon’s teachings from The Way of God’s Will. Students are introduced to using the Korean dictionary and to typing on the Korean keyboard for electronic communication. Prerequisite: Korean 1. 3 credits. Mrs. Choi Yoon.
LAN 5163 Korean 3
Comprehension of the theological language from The Way of God’s Will is the focus of this level. Students develop skills in translation and comprehension. Prerequisite: Korean 2. 3 credits. Mrs. Choi Yoon.
LAN 5164 Korean 4Translating skills are further developed through study of Rev. Moon’s published speeches in the original language. Students will practice the translator’s art of comprehending the speaker’s intention beyond his expressions. Prerequisite: Korean 3. 3 credits. Mrs. Choi Yoon.
LAN 5161J Korean 1 for Japanese Moves rapidly through the content of Korean 1 at a pace appropriate for Japanese learners. 3 credits. Taught in Japanese. Mrs. Choi Yoon.
LAN 5162J Korean 2 for Japanese See the course listing for Korean 2. Taught in Japanese. 3 credits. Mrs. Choi Yoon.
LAN 5190 Independent Study in Scriptural Languages1‑3 credits. Faculty
LAN 6290 Thesis/Project in Scriptural Languages
4 credits. Must be accompanied by the Divinity Colloquium, MIN 5801. Mrs. Choi Yoon.