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Can you take a class outside of your major/minor?

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I want to become fluent in Korean, however my dream school doesn’t offer it as a minor. I want to know if I can take a class for Korean language without having it having to major in it. (I want to major in human biology)

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classof2024
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UCLA

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Many schools have a language requirement, so you'd be able to take Korean language classes to satisfy that requirement if offered.

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You can also start learning now via quarantine, don’t wait! I agree that you don’t have to major in language/east asian studies/intl studies to take the language; you can fit it somewhere into your schedule. Just be mindful of the fact that usually your first two years are only required classes if you go to a college w a core curriculum. Otherwise you should be able to take it in college, if not then you can participate in some sort of Korean club or korean learning group outside of school.

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You can take a Korean class if offered. Most schools offer a “free period” where you have like 3 credit hours and you can pick a class you want to take. I might major in Education but I take a class in data science.only handicap is your school has to have a Korean class