Kurdish Offered at the University of Michigan
Pardon the narrowcasting– this is a message primarily for University of Michigan students, who should please share it with potentially interested friends.
|We have just enough applications to offer Elementary Kurdish of Iraq this summer term but we would like to get the word out to University of Michigan students who may be interested that this class is definitely being offered.
Kurdish 101/102: Elementary Kurdish of Iraq will be offered in Ann Arbor during the summer term (June 27-August 17). This is an 8 credit, intensive language class. Class will meet Monday through Friday, from 9:00 am to 1:00 pm each day. It is being taught by Ernest McCarus, who also wrote the only textbooks for this language.
Undergraduate students may register directly into the class via Wolverine Access. Graduate students may take the course for a program fee instead of tuition, by completing the SLI application form. Some fellowship funds are available to help defray the cost of tuition or the program fee. The application form for the Program Fee status, or to apply for a fellowship, can be downloaded from the same web site. Please submit the application before May 15 if at all possible. The text books can be purchased from the Center for Middle Eastern and North African Studies, 1080 S. University, Suite 4660. For a complete description of the course go to this site.