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Scandinavian Studies

Courses

The Scandinavian Studies Program includes language courses at multiple levels as well as courses for the Scandinavian Studies minor.

Winter 2024 Scandinavian language courses taught through the Center for Language Studies:
FLANG 305 (in Danish) , ICLND 102, FINN 102, FINN 321, NORWE 102, SWED 202, and SWED 321. See links below.

Anticipated language courses for Fall 2024 (subject to change):
DANSH 201, DANSH 330*, FINN 101, FINN 305, NORWE 201, NORWE 330*, SWED 101, SWED 330*.
Additionlly, there will be a selection of SCAND courses (to be upadted soon). Please see sections below for links to course descriptions.

*IMPORTANT: THE OLD 321 COURSES HAVE BEEN RENUMBERED AS 330, THEREFORE YOU MAY NOT TAKE 330 IF YOU HAVE ALREADY TAKEN 321.

Scandinavian language courses

Scandinavian Studies Minor

You can also visit our Courses and Minor pages at the David M. Kennedy Center for International Studies.
  • SCAND 325R: Scandinavian Choir; 6-6:50 Tues, Oscar Safsten

    SCAND 332: Cultural History of the Vikings; 12:30-1:45 T/TH, Dr Nate Kramer

    SCAND 344R: Topics in Scandinavian Studies; 2:00-3:15 M/W, Dr Julie Allen

    HIST 285: Scandinavian Family History; 12:00-12:50 M/W/F, Dr Sarah Reed

    NORWE 340: Norwegian Literature; 4:00-5:15 T/TH, Dr Nate Kramer

    SWED 340: Swedish Literature; 9:30-10:45 T/Th, Dr Christopher Oscarson

  • SCAND 217: German and Scandinavian Cinema

    SCAND 220

    SCAND 325R: Scandinavian Choir; 6-6:50 Tues, Oscar Safsten

    SCAND 430: Cultural History of Scandinavia

  • HIST 332: Scandinavian History

    HIST 352: Scandinavian Languages Paleography

    SCAND 217: German and Scandinavian Cinema

    SCAND 325R: Scandinavian Choir

    SCAND 337: Works of Hans Christian Andersen

    SCAND 429: Old Norse

    SCAND 325R: Scandinavian Choir

    SCAND 430: Cultural History of Scandinavia

    SCAND 490R: Seminar in Scandinavian Studies

    SCAND 491R: Directed Readings in Scandinavian Studies

Please see the University Course Catalog and the current BYU Class Search (Humanities: Language Studies) for more information. A few of the Scandinavian courses are taught through the BYU Evening School and are open for enrollment by non-BYU students. In the Class Search link above, run an Advanced search where the section type is Evening. Contact the Evening School for more information.

Returned missionaries: see the Challenge Exam page for more about Challenge Exams.