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Special Course Sequence for 2021-22: Beginning Mongolian Language

August 13, 2021

JSIS 484 – Special Topics in East Asia: Beginning Mongolian Language

Fall 2021 | M – F 3:30 – 4:20 p.m. | Hybrid Instruction | SLN 23698 | Credits 1-5

Winter 2022 | Time will be announced soon | Hybrid Instruction

Spring 2022 | Time and format TBD

Don’t miss this unique opportunity to study introductory Mongolian Language from JSIS 2021-22 Fulbright Foreign Language Teaching Assistant Azjargal Amarsanaa! A full year of instruction will be available, with sequential courses offered each quarter from Fall 2021 through Spring 2022.

This course sequence is a perfect addition to programs of study at all levels in International Studies, Asian Studies, History, Linguistics and more. All interested undergraduate and graduate students are encouraged to register.

Fall quarter classes are offered via hybrid instruction:

  • Class meetings on Monday through Thursday are conducted in-person, in LOW 114.
  • Meetings on Friday are conducted remotely.

Details for Winter quarter classes will be announced soon.

Class location and times are subject to change. An add code is required to register. Please select 5 credits at the time of registration, unless otherwise arranged with the instructor. For more information and to request an add code, please contact Annette Bernier at abernier@uw.edu.

Special thanks to the American Center for Mongolian Studies for providing instructional resources that make this course offering possible.

East Asia Center

Henry M. Jackson School of International Studies
University of Washington
Box 353650
Seattle WA, 98195-3650