Courses of Instruction in Polish

(Courses will not be offered during the 2014-2015 academic year)

POL 101 - Elementary Polish I


An introduction to the language with emphasis on listening, speaking, reading, and writing. Complementary taped material available in the language laboratory. Not for credit for students with prior college Polish or more than two semesters of high school Polish. Offered fall semester.

Credits: 4

 

POL 102 - Elementary Polish II


Continuation of POL 101 with emphasis on listening, speaking, reading and writing. Complimentary taped material is available in the language lab. Offered winter semester. Prerequisites: POL 101 with C (not C-) or better, or permission of instructor.

Credits: 4

 

POL 201 - Intermediate Polish I


Continuation of POL 102. Continued study of grammar and vocabulary. Special emphasis on oral and reading practice based on literary texts; review of grammar supplemented with taped materials in the language laboratory. Conducted almost exclusively in Polish, with extensive use of authentic materials: literature, newspapers, videos, tapes, and the Internet. Offered fall semester. Prerequisites: POL 102 with C (not C-) or better, or permission of instructor.

Credits: 4

 

POL 202 - Intermediate Polish II


Continuation of POL 201. The course enhances students’ competency in the Polish language (listening, speaking, reading, writing) and culture skills, with an emphasis on real-life communication. Conducted almost exclusively in Polish, with extensive use of authentic materials: literature, newspapers, videos, tapes, and the Internet. Fulfills World Perspectives. Offered fall semester. Prerequisites: POL 201 with C (not C-) or better, or permission of instructor.

Credits: 4

 

POL 380 - Special Topics in Polish


Course content varies. Refer to schedule of classes to determine course description and prerequisites. Students may repeat this course under different topics.

Credits: 1 to 6

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