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Asian Studies, Faculty of Arts

TIBT: Tibetan Languages

TIBT 100 (3) Introduction to Tibetan I
Concepts, grammar, syntax of spoken and written Tibetan for beginners. Also covers aspects of Tibetan worldview.
TIBT 101 (3) Introduction to Tibetan II
Focus on grammar, syntax, and structures to improve comprehension and communication skills. Also covers aspects of Tibetan worldview.
Prerequisite: TIBT 100.
TIBT 300 (3) Classical Tibetan I
The basics of classical Tibetan grammar and vocabulary, with readings from a selection of daily prayer verses.
Prerequisite: Completion of TIBT 100 or TIBT 390 with a minimum grade of 60%.
TIBT 301 (3) Classical Tibetan II
Continuation of introductory classical Tibetan grammar and vocabulary, with selected readings to strengthen ones foundation in classical Tibetan.
Prerequisite: Completion of TIBT 300 with a minimum grade of 60%.
TIBT 390 (3) Tibetan Language in a Community Context
Beginner to conversational level Tibetan combined with experiential learning and cultural activities at local Tibetan community sites. Interactive practice with everyday phrases, grammar structure, and vocabulary with Tibetan community members.

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