Certificate in Sanskrit Language

Certificate in Sanskrit Language

The main objective of this Certificate Program is to lead students through the learning of Sanskrit, the ancient language of the world. This course builds on the fundamental elements of the language covered in the Prerequisite Course. Some of them are declensions and conjugations along with selections from treatises of esteemed poets to create basic knowledge of the Sanskrit language. The program is designed keeping in view the phenomenal advantages of learning Sanskrit. Of these are included the increase in cognitive skills and analysis. Aesthetics is of course at the core of Sanskrit language to arouse the sentient side of the student.

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Requirements :

Duration: One Year (2 semesters per year)
Required Hours: 135 Hours
Required Units: Total of 3 courses (2 core mandatory and 1 elective).

This program does not require internship or externship.

General Admission Requirements:

Program Curriculum:

Core Courses:

Elective Courses:

EVALUATION

A student enrolled in the certificate program is evaluated using the following methods/metrics:
-Final exam at the end of each course
-Mid Term exam in the middle of a course
-Assignments
-Quizzes

Students will be awarded a Certificate in Bharatanatyam on their successful completion of all the required courses, with an overall combined GPA of 2.0, based on the evaluation weightages across the various methods/metrics.

Tuition Fees :

Estimated Program Costs: $3,000.00 including Tuition ($2,700.00), Application Fee, Books, Registration Fees, etc.

Apply Process :

Contact our Admissions Team: admissions@uofsa.edu

Sanskrit Language Faculty

Sanskrit Language Faculty

K. Varalakshmi, PhD

Professor, Department of Sanskrit Language

Sanskrit Language Faculty

STG Vasanta Lakshmi, Ph.D

Chair, Department of Sanskrit Language

Sanskrit Language Faculty

Vani Bhandaram

Professor, Department of Linguistics