Faculty of Arts
Below are the courses available from the UKR subject code. Select a course to view the available classes, additional class notes, and class times
Intended for students with no previous knowledge of the language and designed to develop basic skills: listening, reading, speaking, writing, and intercultural competence. Note: not to be taken by students with native or near native proficiency, or with Ukrainian 30 or its equivalents in Canada and other countries.
Prerequisite: UKR 111 or consent of the Department. Note: not to be taken by students with native of near native proficiency, or with Ukrainian 30 or its equivalent in Canada and other countries.
Intended to expand comprehension and production skills in written and oral Ukrainian with a focus on intercultural communicative competence. Prerequisite: Ukrainian 30 (or equivalent), or UKR 112, or consent of Department.
Prerequisite: UKR 211 or consent of Department.
Practical language skills with a direct experience of Ukrainian life and culture in the Lviv environment. The language of instruction is Ukrainian. Prerequisite: UKR 212 or consent of Department.
Modern Ukrainian for the business world. Emphasis is on communication and official writing practices with attention to gaining professional and socio-cultural competence in Ukrainian. Prerequisites: UKR 212 (formerly 150, 202), or equivalent level of proficiency.
Readings of authentic contemporary texts; focus on writing strategies and grammar. Prerequisite: UKR 212 (formerly 150, 202) or consent of Department.
Focus on the functional and socio-cultural elements of the language. Study of language etiquette, cultural norms and taboos. Prerequisite: UKR 212 (formerly 150, 202) or consent of Department.
Comparison among contemporary life in Ukraine today, Ukrainian Canadian culture, and traditional village life in the past. Focus is on everyday life and spiritual culture. Language of instruction is English. This course does not fulfil the language other than English requirement of the BA.
Immigration, settlement, traditions and material culture of Ukrainians in Alberta to 1930, with special reference to activities at the Ukrainian Cultural Heritage Village. Note: This course is given in Spring/Summer only. Language of instruction is English. This course will not fulfil the Language other than English requirement of the BA degree.
Improves students' language and cultural proficiency through direct experience of contemporary Ukrainian life in Lviv. Prerequisite: UKR 300 or 304 or consent of Department.
The course begins with developments on the eve of Ukrainian independence (1991). The dramatic transformation of literature is surveyed against the background of the collapse of communism and socialist realism. Emphasis is on the youngest and most radical generation of writers and critics, their styles, themes, and ideologies. Prerequisite: consent of Department. Note: Readings are available in English for students not taking Ukrainian as a major or minor.
Prerequisite: consent of Department.
Focus on post-colonial theories of art. Prerequisite: consent of Department.
Detailed study of major critical texts from the 19th and 20th centuries.