Serbo-Croatian Language and Literature

The courses below are offered through the Department of Slavic Languages and Literature.

For questions about specific courses, contact the department:

Departmental Office: 708 Hamilton
212-854-3941
Office Hours: Monday–Friday, 9:00 a.m.–5:00 p.m.

Web: www.columbia.edu/cu/slavic

 

The course information displayed on this page relies on an external system and may be incomplete. Please visit Slavic Languages on the Directory of Classes for complete course information.

After finding your course in the Directory of Classes, click on the section number to open an expanded view. The "Open To" field will indicate whether the course is open to School of Professional Studies students. If School of Professional Studies is not included in the field, students may still be able to cross-register for the course by obtaining permission after being admitted to an academic program.

SRCR W1101 Elementary Serbian/Croatian/Bosnian I and II. 4 points.

Essentials of the spoken and written language. Prepares students to read texts of moderate difficulty by the end of the first year.

SRCR W1102 Elementary Serbian/Croatian/Bosnian I and II. 4 points.

Essentials of the spoken and written language. Prepares students to read texts of moderate difficulty by the end of the first year.

SRCR W1201 Intermediate Serbian/Croatian/Bosnian I and II. 3 points.

Prerequisites: Serbo-Croatian W1102 or the equivalent.

Readings in Serbo-Croatian literature in the original, with emphasis depending upon the needs of individual students.

SRCR W1202 Intermediate Serbian/Croatian/Bosnian I and II. 3 points.

Prerequisites: Serbo-Croatian W1102 or the equivalent.

Readings in Serbo-Croatian literature in the original, with emphasis depending upon the needs of individual students.

SRCR W3997 Supervised Individual Research. 2-4 points.

Prerequisites: Departmental approval.

SRCR W3998 Supervised Individual Research. 2-4 points.

Prerequisites: Departmental approval.

SRCR W4331 Advanced Serbian/Croatian/Bosnian I & II. 3 points.

Develops skills in speaking, reading, and writing through reading and discussing essays, short stories, and fragments of larger works as well as watching and discussing films. Reinforces basic grammar and introduces more complex constructions.

SRCR W4332 Advanced Serbian/Croatian/Bosnian I & II. 3 points.

Develops skills in speaking, reading, and writing through reading and discussing essays, short stories, and fragments of larger works as well as watching and discussing films. Reinforces basic grammar and introduces more complex constructions.

The University reserves the right to withdraw or modify the courses of instruction or to change the instructors as may become necessary.