Course Offerings Ojibwe
The Ojibwe language is central to the Great Lakes homeland of the Anishinaabe people native to our region. It’s essential to their history and culture, and efforts to preserve it are growing.
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Minor: 20 credits
Here are some classes you could take as part of this minor. Be sure to create your course plan in consultation with your advisor.
OJB 1111 – Beg Ojibwe Lang and Culture I
A two-part sequence in beginning Ojibwemowin, implementing the double-vowel system. These courses introduce students to seasonal cultural practices as well as pronunciation, spelling and the usage of basic verbs and nouns (animate and inanimate) in a simple sentence.
OJB 1112 – Beginning Ojibwe Language and Culture II
A two-part sequence in beginning Ojibwemowin, implementing the double-vowel system. These courses introduce students to seasonal cultural practices as well as pronunciation, spelling and the usage of basic verbs and nouns (animate and inanimate) in a simple sentence. Prerequisite: C- or higher in OJB 1111, placement exam or consent of instructor.
OJB 2101 –
OJB 2102 –
OJB 3101 –
OJB 3105 –
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