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University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign

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Ukrainian Undergraduate Courses

UKR 101: Basic Ukrainian I

Credit:  4 hours.

Oral and written work on basic pronunciation, grammar, and vocabulary. For students with no previous study of Ukrainian.

UKR 102: Basic Ukrainian II

Credit:  4 hours.

Continuation of UKR 101. Prerequisite: UKR 101 or equivalent proficiency.

UKR 133: Ukrainian Culture

Credit:  3 hours.

This course satisfies the General Education Criteria for a Literature and the Arts, and Western Compartv Cult course.

Course situates Ukrainian culture in the broad context of Slavic nations. Acquaints students with Ukrainian culture from the origins of Kievan Rus' in the Middle Ages to the present. Includes highlights of historical-cultural events, an overview of literature and of the arts, as well as an outline of history in Ukrainian folklore. No knowledge of Ukrainian required.

UKR 199: Undergraduate Open Seminar

Credit:  1 to 5 hours.

May be repeated.

UKR 201: Second-Year Ukrainan I

Credit:  4 hours.

Completion of grammar, oral drills, and written exercises. Prerequisite: UKR 102 or equivalent.

UKR 202: Second-Year Ukrainan II

Credit:  4 hours.

Selected readings in contemporary Ukrainian literature. Prerequisite: UKR 201 or equivalent.

UKR 218: Survey of Ukrainian Literature

Credit:  3 hours.

Critical survey of major works in Ukrainian literature from the beginnings to the modern period in light of their historical and cultural background; lectures and readings in English. Same as CWL 218.

UKR 498: Problems in Ukrainian Lit

Credit: 3 or 4 hours.

Critical survey of major works in Ukrainian literature from the beginnings to the modern period in light of their historical and cultural background; lectures and readings in English. 3 undergraduate hours. 3 or 4 graduate hours.