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The languages we teach are at the center of current events involving issues of immigration and migration, environmental movements, and transnational cultural exchange.

Learning one of these languages will provide you with the tools to look at current and historical events through the lens of another culture and to analyze a number of timely issues.

We offer extensive language programs, with courses that range from beginning German, Russian, Dutch, Finnish, Norwegian, and Swedish, to advanced (third-year) language.

German media, and Business German. We also offer courses in historical languages, such as Old Norse and Middle-High German.

Known for exemplary teaching, our language program is ranked as one of the best in the country. Our language courses incorporate authentic cultural materials, such as movies, songs, texts, and websites.

They'll provide you with a sound base in the grammar and vocabulary of the languages while deepening your understanding of the cultures associated with them.

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    245 Nicholson Hall 216 Pillsbury Drive MN 55455, Minneapolis

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Latin Language Courses

Latin, the language of the ancient Romans, has served as a means of communication for well over 2,000 years. It was not only one of the two chief languages of one of the world’s major civilizations. But also an international language for centuries after Rome’s fall: a language of science, reli...

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Greek Language Courses

You’ll start with classical Attic Greek, the dialect spoken and written in Athens during the fifth and fourth centuries BC: a language of tragedy, comedy, oratory, history, and philosophy. With a knowledge of the basic grammar and vocabulary of Attic, you can later go on to read the epics.

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Russian Language Courses

Russian is the native language of some 150 million citizens of the Russian Federal Republic, and of a very large population of emigres in other countries around the world, including the United States. It is one of the five official languages of the United Nations and ranks with English, Chinese.

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Swedish Language Courses

The Swedish language, which has nearly 10 million speakers, helps you communicate with people in Sweden and inhabitants from throughout the Scandinavian countries of Norway and Denmark, Swedish-speaking Finland, and islands in the Baltic Sea, like Åland.

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Norwegian Language Courses

Norway is the best place to live in the world when it comes to life expectancy, education, and income. A vibrant, multicultural society and one of the most democratic countries in the world, Norway is also one of the happiest places. Not only is it safe, but it also has breathtaking nature.

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