Undergraduate Programs

Courses in Turkish

The Department of Religion and Classics will now offer an introductory course to the Turkish language. The introduction course is TUR 101, which will be offered for the first time in the fall 2015 semester. It will focus on the foundation of Turkish grammar and vocabulary by the use of the four language abilities (listening, speaking, reading, and writing).

In the spring 2016 semester, TUR 102 ELEMENTARY TURKISH II will be offered, and it will be a continuation of TUR 101 from the Fall semester. A brief description of the course is, "Introduction of writing complex sentences and reading paragraphs. In addition, more vocabulary building, and longer conversational sessions. This course will require basic fundamentals of the Turkish language such as reading simple sentences and engaging in a simple conversation. This course is designed to help students gain more knowledge in their vocabularies, grammar, and oral skills. Prerequisites: TUR 101."

The courses offered may increase, according to students’ enrollment.

Check the course schedules/descriptions available via the Registrar's Office for the official schedules for the widest range of terms for which such information is available.


Below you will find a list of all undergraduate courses that have been offered.

NOTE: Not all of these courses are offered in any given year.

TUR 101 ELEMENTARY MODERN TURKISH I

An introduction to modern Turkish, including pronunciation vocabulary, grammar, elementary conversation, reading and writing.

Last Offered: Fall 2016

TUR 102 ELEMENTARY MODERN TURKISH II

This course is the continuation of TUR 101. In the course, students will continue to gain familiarity with Turkish culture through the intensive learning of Turkish language. Turkish is the primary language of instruction. Note: The terms “lecture” and “recitation” used to identify the blocks do not reflect in any way the pedagogical approach of the course.

Last Offered: Spring 2017

TUR 103 INTERMEDIATE TURKISH

No description

Last Offered: Fall 2016