Language & Online Classes

If you have a question, or information about any events in your area you may e-mail us at info@cgsi.org or call (651) 964-2322 to leave a message. Your call will be returned.

Opportunity to study online Writing and Slovak & Czech language courses:

Spring 2019:

This class is sponsored by CGSI and we will receive a portion of each registrant’s tuition as a contribution to CGSI.

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The University of Nebraska at Lincoln offers Beginning Czech 101 in the Spring and Czech 101 and Czech 102 in the Summer online. Each class is five credit hours. There are two evening meetings a week online over your PC when students work with the teacher; materials are free, and posted on the class site. Exams are taken online.

Contact UNL for admission as a visiting student ASAP and ask for further information or phone: (402) 472 2023

Taught by Dr. Hana Waisserova (Czech 101), Layne Pierce and Dr. Mila Saskova-Pierce (Czech 102)

For further information: 402 770-5029, or msaskova-pierce1@unl.edu

Language Classes Available in Chicago
Czech Classes are taught at the United Moravian Societies Clubhouse, 166 N. Brandon Drive, Glendale Heights, IL 60139. It is Czech School for children 4 years and older. More Information

Czech and Slovak Language Classes at Minnesota Sokol Hall
See the Sokol Web Site for the class schedule
Email education@sokolmn.org for more information
Fee:$120.00 (Sokol Members) $145.00 (Non-members)

Language Classes at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln
The University of Nebraska-Lincoln offers a full 3 year program of Czech language classes. First, second, and third year classes are offered on campus every year. Beginning Czech 101 and 102 are available online in the Spring and Summer. Czech language classes have been offered at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln for over 100 years. The Czech Language Foundation in cooperation with Nebraska Czech community donors, offers each student enrolling in an on-campus class, a $300 dollar scholarship. This is for each class they take. For more information, please contact Mila Saskova-Pierce (402) 472-1336, or Layne Pierce (402) 770-5029.

Language Classes in Baltimore, MD Area
Czech and Slovak language classes sponsored by the Czech and Slovak Heritage Association (CSHA) are offered in ten-week Saturday sessions beginning in September and January. Call 410-243-1710 or 410-435-1317 E-mail lhybl@verizon.net or see our website

Czech Language Classes in St. Louis, MO
Write us at:
American Czech Educational Center
4690 Lansdowne
St. Louis, Missouri 63116
or call 314-752-8168

Language Classes in the State of Washington

UNIVERSITY OF WASHINGTON CZECH CLASSES

http://www.washington.edu/students/crscat/czech.html

COLLEGE OF ARTS & SCIENCES
SLAVIC LANGUAGES & LITERATURES
CZECH

Detailed course offerings (Time Schedule) are available:

CZECH 401 First-Year Czech (5)
Introduction to spoken and written Czech. First in a sequence of three. Offered: A.

CZECH 402 First-Year Czech (5)
Introduction to spoken and written Czech. Second in a sequence of three. Prerequisite: CZECH 401. Offered: W.

CZECH 403 First-Year Czech (5)
Modern Czech prose, leading to a command of the language as a research tool and providing an adequate basis for further study. Third in a sequence of three. Prerequisite: CZECH 402. Offered: Sp.

CZECH 404 Second-Year Czech (5) VLPA
Continuation of 401, 402, 403. Selected readings from the main works of Czech authors of the nineteenth and twentieth centuries. Reinforces and extends basic knowledge of Czech grammar and vocabulary. First in a sequence of three. Prerequisite: 2.0 in CZECH 403. Offered: A.

CZECH 405 Second-Year Czech (5) VLPA
Continuation of 401, 402, 403. Selected readings from the main works of Czech authors of the nineteenth and twentieth centuries. Reinforces and extends basic knowledge of Czech grammar and vocabulary. Second in a sequence of three. Prerequisite: CZECH 404. Offered: W.

CZECH 406 Second-Year Czech (5) VLPA
Continuation of 401, 402, 403. Selected readings from the main works of Czech authors of the nineteenth and twentieth centuries. Reinforces and extends basic knowledge of Czech grammar and vocabulary. Third in a sequence of three. Prerequisite: CZECH 405. Offered: Sp.

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Modified: February 2, 2015