Russian Studies Minor
College of Arts and Sciences
Modern and Classical Language Studies
109 Satterfield Hall
Brian Baer, Coordinator, 308-B Satterfield Hall
The Russian Studies minor offers students the study of the language and culture of Russia.
RUSS 22202 Intermediate Russian II (4)
22212 Intermediate Russian II Recitation (1)
RUSSIAN STUDIES MINOR REQUIREMENTS (21 credits)
Course Title Credits
Russian Language: choose from the following
RUSS 32201 Intensive Russian Grammar (3)
32211 Composition and Conversation (3)
Russian Literature and Culture
RUSS 32303 Modern Writers 3
32421 Russian Civlization 3
Russian upper-division literature elective** 3
HIST 41044 Imperial Russia, 1689-1917 3
41045 Modern Russia, 1917-Present 3
Contemporary Russia: choose from the following***
AS 40197 Russian Area Studies Colloquium (3)
GEOG 37050 Geography of Russia and the Commonwealth of Independent States(3)
*Prerequisites can be waived by demonstrated proficiency.
**RUSS 32325 Russian Poetry and Folklore is recommended.
***Appropriate specialized offerings may be substituted with approval of the Russian Studies program coordinator.
Minimum cumulative 2.00 GPA required for graduation.