Russian and East-European Area Studies Certificate
Hours: 24 credits with minimum grades of C
The program in Russian and East-European area studies provides a foundation for graduate work in the field of and careers in government service. The program is based on a major in economics, foreign languages, geography, history, philosophy, political science or religion.
A maximum of 10 hours from the student's major may be used to fulfill the 24-hour area requirement.
- 10 hours of Russian or an East-European language, or demonstrate an equivalent reading knowledge of a language in the area.
- 14 hours minimum of relevant courses approved by the program adviser.
Students are encouraged to include at least one course in economics, history, political science and Russian or East European culture or literature to diversify their program, or to participate in an overseas study program.
Students should contact the undergraduate coordinator of Russian studies as listed on the Russian Studies website.