The Czech Studies minor requirements are spelled out in the Undergraduate Catalog. If you have questions regarding your college career/program that are not specific to obtaining a Czech Studies minor, please contact your assigned advisor, who would be best equipped to meet your needs. If you want to know what courses are being offered each semester, visit the Schedule of Classes.
Czech is a Slavic language; you probably already know that. What you might not have noticed before is the fact that you are already close to speaking some Czech at times! Check out some examples of the many Czech words that are very similar to English words and vice versa. In addition to the language, we really love Czech History! The UNL Czech 201 class created a video for the 100th Anniversary of Czech-Slovak Independence. Having fun is an important part of learning. Learning through the creation of films is a fun and important part of the Czech program here at UNL!
The principal function of the Czech Komenský Club is to provide events which focus on culture and history and bring together people of diverse backgrounds who share Czech interests. The club, created in 1904, has organized concerts of classical music, lectures, poetry readings, balls, workshops, film screenings and other cultural activities for UNL students as well as for members of the Lincoln community. Students can take part in the activities of the Czech Komenský Club, which meets twice a month for films, lectures and potluck parties. Everyone is welcome!
Visit the club's faceook page (link below) for more information about a film series that includes post-screening interdisciplinary talks and discussions, as well as the Czech March, a celebration of Czech history and culture.