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UKR111 Beginners' Ukrainian I Course Page

Description: For students with little or no background in Ukrainian, the course emphasizes oral communication while developing basic listening, reading and writing skills. Cultural practices are taught as in integral part of the language. Note: not to be taken by students with credit in UKR 100, or with native or near native proficiency, or with Ukrainian 30 or its equivalents in Canada and other countries.

UKR112 Beginners' Ukrainian II Course Page

Description: Prerequisite: UKR 111 or consent of the Department. Note: not to be taken by students with credits in UKR 100, or with native of near native proficiency, or with Ukrainian 30 or its equivalent in Canada and other countries.

UKR211 The Ukrainian-speaking World I Course Page

Description: Contemporary language and culture through newspapers, magazines, TV and the Internet. Prerequisite: Ukrainian 30 (or equivalent matriculation standing), or UKR 112, or consent of Department. Note: not to be taken by students with credit in UKR 150, 201, 202, 203, 204.

UKR212 The Ukrainian-speaking World II Course Page

Description: Focus on elementary conversation and composition. Prerequisite: UKR 211 or consent of Department. Note: not to be taken by students with credit in UKR 150, 202, 204.

UKR300 Ukrainian through its Living Culture I Course Page

Description: Practical language skills with a direct experience of Ukrainian life and culture in the Lviv environment. The language of instruction is Ukrainian. Prerequisite: UKR 212 or consent of Department.

UKR303 Ukrainian in Context I Course Page

Description: Conversation and writing through films, news items, short stories and plays. Prerequisite: UKR 212 (formerly 150, 202), or consent of Department. Note: not to be taken by students with credit in UKR 401 or 402.

UKR306 Business Ukrainian Course Page

Description: Modern Ukrainian for the business world. Emphasis is on communication and official writing practices with attention to gaining professional and socio-cultural competence in Ukrainian. Prerequisites: UKR 212 (formerly 150, 202), or equivalent level of proficiency.

UKR324 Ukrainian Culture I Course Page

Description: Comparison among contemporary life in Ukraine today, Ukrainian Canadian culture, and traditional village life in the past. Focus is on everyday life and spiritual culture. Language of instruction is English. This course does not fulfil the language other than English requirement of the BA.

UKR327 Early Ukrainian-Canadian Culture Course Page

Description: Immigration, settlement, traditions and material culture of Ukrainians in Alberta to 1930, with special reference to activities at the Ukrainian Cultural Heritage Village. Note: This course is given in Spring/Summer only. Language of instruction is English. This course will not fulfil the Language other than English requirement of the BA degree.

UKR400 Ukrainian through its Living Culture II Course Page

Description: Improves students' language and cultural proficiency through direct experience of contemporary Ukrainian life in Lviv. Prerequisite: UKR 300 or 304 or consent of Department.

UKR406 Business Ukrainian Course Page

Description: Advanced modern Ukrainian with emphasis on the vocabulary and communication style of the Ukrainian business world. Prerequisite: UKR 300 or 304 (formerly 402), or consent of Department.

UKR495 Honors Thesis Course Page
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UKR697 Topics in Ukrainian Folklore Course Page
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