Hindi

SOAS:2101 First-Year Hindi-Urdu: First Semester, 5 s.h.
Reading, writing, speaking. Offered fall semesters of odd years. GE: Foreign Language (NEW GE: World Languages); First Level Proficiency.

SOAS:2102 First-Year Hindi-Urdu: Second Semester, 5 s.h.
Continuation of SOAS:2101. Offered spring semesters of even years. Prerequisites: SOAS:2101. Requirements: undergraduate standing. GE: Foreign Language (NEW GE: World Languages); Second Level Proficiency.

SOAS:3101 Second-Year Hindi-Urdu: First Semester, 4 s.h.
Conversation, reading of folktales and modern short stories. Offered fall semesters of even years. Prerequisites: SOAS:2102. Requirements: undergraduate standing. GE: Foreign Language (NEW GE: World Languages); Second Level Proficiency.

SOAS:3102 Second-Year Hindi-Urdu: Second Semester, 4 s.h.
Continuation of SOAS:3101. Offered spring semesters of odd years. Prerequisites: SOAS:3101. Requirements: undergraduate standing. GE: Foreign Language (NEW GE: World Languages); Fourth Level Proficiency.

SOAS:4101 Third-Year Hindi-Urdu: First Semester, 3 s.h.
Advanced level Hindi texts; speaking, writing. Offered fall semesters. Prerequisites: SOAS:3102.

SOAS:4102 Third-Year Hindi-Urdu: Second Semester, 3 s.h.
Continuation of SOAS:4101. Offered spring semesters. Prerequisite: SOAS:4101.

Hindi: The University of Iowa

View requirements for the Hindi track of the Asian Languages & Literatures major.

Intensive summer instruction in Hindi is available through the South Asia Summer Language Institute (SASLI) at the University of Wisconsin–Madison; see http://sasli.wisc.edu/.

We strongly encourage students to seek study abroad opportunities to accelerate the process of language acquisition and cultural study.  The University offers a Semester in South India in Mysore. The University’s membership in the American Institute of Indian Studies (AIIS) makes additional opportunities for study abroad available to students.

For more information on these opportunities and on scholarships available to support study abroad, visit the International Programs website or contact Study Abroad (335-0353), 1111 University Capitol Centre