2018-2019 Undergraduate Course Catalog 
    Jul 25, 2024  
2018-2019 Undergraduate Course Catalog [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

Russian and Central European Studies, BA

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Gerald R. Greenberg

441 Hall of Languages



Patricia Burak, Gerald R. Greenberg, Erika Haber, Paul M. Hagenloh, Laurie Marhoefer, Zofia Sztechmiler, Brian D. Taylor, Karina von Tippelskirch

The Russian and Central European Studies major is an interdisciplinary program that has been designed with some flexibility in order to serve students who wish to focus their liberal arts education on Russian and Central European studies, as well as those who look forward to a career as specialists in Russian or Central European affairs.

Student Learning Outcomes

1. Students will be able to demonstrate the 201-proficiency level of one of the languages offered for the area

2. Describe modern history and political development of the Russian or Central European region

3. Describe the peoples and cultures in Russia or Central Europe

4.  Use humanistic or social scientific methodologies to express knowledge about issues relating to Russia or Central Europe

Major Requirements

Students are required to take at least 30 credits from the courses listed below. Up to 6 credits may be below the 300 level. In addition, students must complete 201 in GER, POL, RUS, or TRK (or other appropriate languages as instruction becomes available), or earn at least 3 credits at a higher level in a course taught in the language.

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