Courses and Concentration

Beginning Norwegian
111 | 112

Intermediate Norwegian
231 (FOL-N)| 232 (FOL-N)
Advanced Norwegian
253 (FOL-N, ORC)| 371 (ALS-L, FOL, WRI)| 372 (ALS-L, FOL, WRI)

Courses in Translation
130: Nordic Film (ALS-A)
140: Norway: Continuity and Change (ORC, HBS)
224: Murder Scandinavian Style: Nordic Crime Fiction (ALS-L)
240: Vikings: Medieval to Modern (ALS-L, ORC)
244: Sami:Tradition/Transition (ORC, MCG, HBS)
248: Rewriting Nordic Identity (MSG, ALS-L)
282: Ibsen (EIN)

Courses from Outside the Norwegian Department

History 111: Vikings and Medieval Scandinavia
History 169: The Western Home: Stories of Norwegian America
History 222: Modern Scandinavia
Philosophy 233: Kierkegaard
Political Science 283: European Social Democracy
Political Science 382: The Geopolitics of Eurasian Energy
Psychology 254: Culture and Place in Psychology (if final paper deals with a Nordic topic)
Psychology 342: Positive Psychology: The Science of Human Flourishing (if final paper deals with a Nordic topic)
Religion 231: Lutheran Heritage (if paper deals with Scandinavian Lutherans)
Music: Hardanger Fiddle Lessons
Art 266: Arts of Scandinavia (offered occasionally)

Many courses from programs abroad count, such as DIS, The New Norway, etc. See the Study Abroad link (left) for more information).

Intended Learning Outcomes for the Concentration
Nordic Studies Concentration (catalog description)
Nordic Studies Concentration planning sheet
Checklist: Nordic Studies