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The minor in Tlingit is designed to provide students with an appreciation of the unique nature of the language, and with basic ability to communicate in culturally relevant settings, read and write the standard orthography, and understand the fundamental grammatical concepts used in linguistic analysis of Tlingit.

Degree Requirements (2015-2016 Catalog)

Minimum Credit Hours* 18
At least six credits must be upper division Tlingit language courses as appropriate.
AKL S105 Beginning Tlingit I 4
AKL S106 Beginning Tlingit II 4
AKL S205 Intermediate Tlingit I 4
AKL S305 Advanced Tlingit I 3

Select from the following (3 credits minimum):

AKL S206 Intermediate Tlingit II 4
AKL S241 AK Native Oratory 1
AKL S306 Advanced Tlingit II 3
AKL S401 Alaska Language Apprenticeship/Mentorship 1-3
AKL S410 Heritage Language Teaching Methods and Materials 3
AKL S451 Intro to Tlingit Linguistics 3
AKL S452 Intro to Tlingit Linguistics 3

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