Danish Language and Culture: Level I-IISemester Course

Danish Language and Culture: Level II
Major Discipline(s)
Anthropology, Language
Type
Elective Course
Available
Fall/Spring semester
Credit(s)
6

This intensive course covers two semesters of Danish language content in one, making it an excellent option for students who wish to advance quickly in their knowledge of the language. Through memorizing, practicing, repetition, automation, and constant reinforcement, you learn to master everyday Danish. Emphasis is on pronunciation, grammatical structures, speaking, reading, and writing. Texts on Danish literature, history, society, and politics are part of the curriculum and, together with your personal experiences, are the foundations of Field Studies, assignments, and discussions in class.

Faculty

Catharina S. Rosendal

DIS Copenhagen Semester Faculty

M.A. (Language and Communication, Copenhagen Business School). Studied in French at the Université de Paris, Sorbonne, France. Master’s program in Teaching Language for Adults, Aarhus University. Teacher of Danish language and culture since 2009. Background in international marketing with Carlsberg, the pharmaceutical industry, and international advertising agencies. With DIS since 2015.