Due to the increasing number of foreign students, there has been a raise of concerns, whether these students are able to keep up with University programs. It is essential to provide necessary education to these students, such as Sino-Korean word program, so that they are prepared to follow in their own regular classes. This is a proposal of initiating Sino-Korean word program as a part of the University level targeting foreign students. Sino-Korean word program should be composed in the order of major preparation course, faculty major course and major specialization course. The major preparation course should be a part of Korean language program, at an advanced level, to focus on the Sino-Korean terminologies often used in the major classes. This course should consider target students` level of Korean language and provide lessons on the definitions as well as how these terminologies can be used in normal life. Secondly, the faculty major course should target students who completed the Korean language courses and advanced to their own major courses. This course should be divided into classes with same faculty. For example, classes can be divided into different faculties such as Arts, Science, Engineering and etc. This course should also teach the same Sino-Korean terminologies used in the major preparation course; however, the difference is to relate these terminologies based on normal life usage to the usage in the actual major course. Lastly, major specialization course should focus on teaching Sino-Korean from each individual major course. This course is based on the previous courses (major preparation course and faculty major course) to teach compound Sino-Korean terminologies. Also, this course is to provide any detailed terminologies used within the major course materials that are taught outside of major classes. In conclusion, this is a proposal of initiating the Sino-Korean word program for foreign students. As a part of teaching Korean language, it is essential to provide lessons on the fundamental Chinese characters and Sino-Korean words, which relates to the rich vocabularies and terminologies often used in the major courses. In summary, Sino-Korean word program is composed of three courses, in the order of major preparation course, faculty major course and major specialization course. These courses are to educate foreign students by selecting terminologies used in the major classes and teaching definitions and usages from single character to a compound vocabulary.