Starting a concentration
- Students with no knowledge of Norwegian will begin with NORW 111. Students with previous coursework or knowledge should consult their placement recommendation.
Are there courses students MUST/SHOULD take their First Year?
- Potential concentrators who do not have previous background in Norwegian, should take NORW 111 and NORW 112 during their first year.
- Potential concentrators who have an interest in history (either that of Norwegian-America or that of the Nordic countries) should note that there are several History courses with a Nordic theme that are only open to first years. This includes HIST 111 and 169.
Credit for previous coursework
- Credit for transfer courses or other programs are done in consultation with the Registrar, the Norwegian Placement Director and Nordic Studies Director.
- Students must follow their placement results provided by the department and found on the Student Information System (SIS).
- Students needing placement help should contact the Norwegian Placement Director, Christine Haerter Piñero (firstname.lastname@example.org), x3471.
- Week One Information Session
Other Information/College Catalog Link/Website Link
- Catalog for Norwegian: http://catalog.stolaf.edu/academic-programs/norwegian/
- Catalog for Nordic Studies: http://catalog.stolaf.edu/academic-programs/nordic-studies/
- Website: Nordic Studies
Contacts & Department Location
Norwegian Department Office: Tomson Hall (TOM) 334-337
- Norwegian Department AAA: Liza Davis (email@example.com), x3230
- Norwegian Placement Director: Christine Haerter Piñero (firstname.lastname@example.org), x3471
- Nordic Studies Interim Director: Wendy Allen (email@example.com), x3247
To download and print, click on this link: Nordic Studies Information Sheet