In response to dramatic changes and new opportunities in the Slavic world, the Department began offering Ukrainian in 1991 and Polish in 2002. Introduction to Ukrainian (UKRN-301 and -302, taught in tutorial format) and Beginning Polish (PLSH-001 and -002) cover the fundamentals of grammar and introduce students to cultural and reading materials. Intermediate courses, UKRN-303 and -304 (tutorials) and PLSH-101 and -102, build on students' basic knowledge and further develop vocabulary and comprehension abilities in all skill areas. All courses are three credits each; the two-year sequence satisfies the Georgetown College foreign-language requirement. Upper-level tutorials, such as Professional Ukrainian, Professional Polish and Advanced Oral and Written Polish, are available to qualified students.
For course listings for Russian, Polish and Ukrainian see http://courses.georgetown.edu