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Monday, January 23, 2017

Record Number of Courseshare Options Spring 2017

There are more opportunities than ever for University of Minnesota students to explore new languages and culture, thanks to a record number of LANG Courseshare offerings Spring 2017. Courseshare uses technology to send and receive less commonly taught language and culture courses with partner institutions in the Big Ten.

The classes we are receiving from other institutions this semester are:
  • LANG 3502 Introduction to Korean History (University of Wisconsin-Madison)
  • LANG 4171 Beginning Aramaic I Grad Research (Penn State University)
  • LANG 2012 Accelerated Catalan II (University of Chicago)
  • LANG 3011 Catalan Culture and Society: Art, Music, and Cinema (University of Chicago)
  • LANG 2022 Intermediate Czech II (Indiana University)
  • LANG 1182 Beginning Filipino II (University of Wisconsin-Madison)
  • LANG 1162 Beginning Hungarian II (Indiana University)
  • LANG 1062 Beginning Persian II (University of Wisconsin-Madison)
  • LANG 1072 Beginning Polish II (Ohio State University)
  • LANG 5112 Advanced Turkish and Azeri IV (University of Wisconsin-Madison)
  • LANG 1122 Beginning Vietnamese II (Michigan State University)
Although some classes have up to four UMN students enrolled, many were initiated by a single student who requested the course to achieve his or her academic or professional goals.

In addition to receiving courses, we are sending the following courses to other institutions:
  • ALL 3586 Cold War Cultures in Korea (University of Maryland)
  • CNES 5713 Intro: Ugaritic (Penn State University)
It’s not too early to start planning for Fall 2017. If you have an idea of a course to receive or send, please contact Pablo Viedma, the Language Center Courseshare Specialist, at viedma@umn.edu or email elsie@umn.edu.

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