Learn the language, culture and traditions of one of the most beautiful countries on earth by studying Norwegian at UND.
With an influential financial, political and cultural landscape, Norway is an important participant in the global economy. The Norwegian program at UND introduces you to the people, culture and history of this fascinating place. Only offered at approximately a dozen colleges and universities in North America, UND students have a unique opportunity to learn this less taught commonly language with deep ties to the region and earn a Norwegian degree.
- Program type:
- Est. time to complete:
- 4 years
- Credit hours:
- 120 (major), 28 (minor)
Why Study Norwegian at UND?
The United Nations has named Norway the best place to live in the world for more than a dozen years in a row. Want to know why? Find out by taking a deep dive into all things Norwegian at UND.
The Norwegian program offers both a major and a minor. Whichever path you choose, you'll customize your program with courses in everything from language to people to politics. You'll also have plenty of opportunities to study abroad, giving you a first-hand look at the country that has also been called the happiest place on earth.
Norwegian classes at UND are small, fostering close relationships between students and professors. In partnership with faculty and fellow students, you'll gain a new perspective, become a informed global citizen and prepare to succeed in a global workforce. The Norwegian degree complements every major on campus; add a foreign language competency and cross-cultural knowledge to your resume to stand out in your field.