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The Department of Germanic & Slavic Studies is sometimes able to offer introductory courses in Slavic languages other than Russian. This course will provide students with the fundamentals of grammar, conversation, pronunciation, reading, and writing of a Slavic language, together with an introduction to the culture of the people in question. This course can be used to satisfy Core Area IV, World Languages and Cultures, but you should not take this course with the intention of satisfying a foreign language requirement for a specific major or college at the university, because we are only able to offer two semesters of instruction, and most foreign language requirements are for 3 or 4 semesters.
This course may be repeated for a maximum of 9 hours of credit, provided that the language of instruction is different each time. Satisfies Core Area IV (World Languages and Culture).
In Fall 2015 Elementary Czech I will be offered as SLAV 1001.