This certificate 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.
Ten credits maximum from the student's major may be used to fulfill the 24-credit area requirement. At least nine credits of coursework must be unique to the Russian and East-European Area
Studies certificate out of all other certificates and minors.
|RUS 1130 Introduction to Russian Language and Culture 1 and
RUS 1131 Introduction to Russian Language and Culture 2
CZE 1130 Introduction to Czech Language and Culture 1 and
CZE 1131 Introduction to Czech Language and Culture 2
GER 1130 Beginning Intensive German 1 and
GER 1131 Beginning Intensive German 2
HNG 1130 Beginning Hungarian 1 and
HNG 1131 Beginning Hungarian 2
POL 1130 Introduction to Polish Language and Culture 1 and
POL 1131 Introduction to Polish Language and Culture 2
TUR 1130 Beginning Turkish 1 and
TUR 1131 Beginning Turkish 2
Demonstrate an equivalent reading knowledge in Russian or an East-European area language.
Approved by the program advisor
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.
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