Start a New Language Locally or with CourseShare

Students and advisors: If you’re looking for a new language to start or recommend for Fall 2021, first consider one of the many languages offered locally at the university, which include options rarely available at domestic universities, like Dakota, Finnish, Hmong, Ojibwe, Somali and Urdu. If you still don’t see what you’re looking for, next check out CourseShare. Most of the beginning-level CourseShare courses we plan to receive are now open for registration. Open languages courses intended for beginners include:

  • LANG 1351: Beginning BSC (Bosnian, Croatian, Serbian) I
  • LANG 1021: Beginning Czech I
  • LANG 5221: Introduction to Middle Egyptian & Hieroglyphics I
  • LANG 1251: Beginning Haitian Creole I
  • LANG 1161: Beginning Hungarian I
  • LANG 1231: Beginning Modern Greek I
  • LANG 1061: Beginning Persian I
  • LANG 1071: Beginning Polish I
  • LANG 1191: Beginning Romanian I
  • LANG 1111: Beginning Turkish I
  • LANG 1131: Beginning Yiddish I
  • LANG 1141: Beginning Yoruba I

Other beginning-level courses are expected to open for registration later this spring. Students who do not see the language or level they are looking for may submit a CourseShare inquiry or email Registration is limited to degree-seeking students, and most classes only have a few seats available, so don’t delay in signing up.

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