February 27, 2012

2012 Summer Intensive Elementary Polish at Loyola University Chicago

The Polish Studies Program at Loyola University Chicago, through generous support by American Council of Learned Societies, is pleased to announce that it will be offering Intensive Elementary Polish for Research Purposes in Summer 2012. The course is designed for students (graduate and undergraduate) specializing in a host of disciplines in which Poland and/ or Polish plays a part. Intensive Elementary Polish is designed to enable students to acquire a functional reading and speaking knowledge of the language while introducing them to Polish Culture. The course will utilize a host of media catered to the academic interests of the students. Loyola University Chicago is ideally located on the north shore of Lake Michigan and is a very strong presence in Chicago’s large Polish Community.

Tuition for the course is waived for graduate students specializing in Central/ Eastern European Studies. There are no prerequisites for this course. It assumes no prior knowledge of the Polish language. Class size is limited and admission is competitive. Class meets 5 hours per day, Monday through Friday, for total of 90 contact hours. Students will receive 6 credits upon successful completion of the course.

Course dates: June 25th – August 17th

For more information contact B. Nowicka McLees at (773) 508-2850 or bmclees at luc dot edu.

Houle, E. [SEELANGS] 2012 Summer Intensive Elementary Polish at Loyola University Chicago. SEELANGS listserv (SEELANGS@bama.ua.edu, 17 Feb 2012).

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