The Scandinavian Studies Program includes courses for the Scandinavian Studies minor as well as language classes at multiple levels.
Scandinavian Studies Courses
SCAND 217: German and Scandinavian Cinema
M/W 2-4:50 (Dr. Julie Allen)
SCAND 325R: Scandinavian Choir
Tues 6-7:50 (Oscar Safsten)
SCAND 430: Cultural History of Scandinavia
M/W 9:30-10:45 (Dr. Christopher Oscarson)
SCAND 490R: Seminar in Scandinavian Studies: Scandinavian Modern Phenomenon
M/W 12:30-1:45 (Dr. Julie Allen)
Fall semester courses taught in the target language: Danish 201, Danish 321, Icelandic 101, Finnish 201, Finnish 340, Norwegian 101, Norwegian 321, Swedish 210, and Swedish 321. See links in the section below.
Other regularly taught courses:
HIST 285: Scandinavian Family History
HIST 332: Scandinavian History
HIST 352: Scandinavian Languages Paleography
SCAND 332: Cultural History of the Vikings
SCAND 337: Works of Hans Christian Andersen
SCAND 344R: Topics in Scandinavian Studies
SCAND 429: Old Norse
SCAND 491R: Directed Readings in Scandinavian Studies
Scandinavian Language Courses
Beginning and intermediate language classes begin in Fall semesters with continuation courses offered in Winter.
Returned missionaries: see the Program Info page for more about Challenge Exams.