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The Russian and Eurasian studies major consists of ten courses.
If a student double majors, only one shared course can count for Russian and Eurasian studies.
The ten courses must include:
A minimum of four semesters of Russian language:
- REST 121Ìý-ÌýElementary Russian I
- REST 122Ìý-ÌýElementary Russian II
- REST 201Ìý-ÌýIntermediate Russian I
- REST 202Ìý-ÌýIntermediate Russian II
Students are encouraged to pursue upper-level language study and to strive for interdisciplinary breadth, as well as to place Russia in a broader comparative context.
Four additional courses, at least two of which must be at the 300 level or above.
- CORE C179Ìý-ÌýCentral Asia
- CORE C184Ìý-ÌýThe Danube
- HIST 263Ìý-ÌýCities of the Silk Road (TR)
- REST 150Ìý-ÌýRussian Popaganda
- REST 210Ìý-ÌýOil and Water: Globalization and Resource Control in Central Asia (Extended Study)
- REST 245Ìý-ÌýRussia in War
- REST 250Ìý-ÌýCyborgs, Unite! Sci-Fi for Post-Humans
- REST 253Ìý-ÌýLust, Murder, Redemption
- REST 254/JWST 254Ìý-ÌýHope and Reality, Delusion and Dissent: Story-telling in the age of Communism, Nazism and Exile Ìý
- REST 258Ìý-ÌýReading the Russian Revolution
- REST 303Ìý-ÌýRussian in Context
- REST 306Ìý-ÌýAdvanced Russian
- REST 323/GEOG 323Ìý-ÌýArctic Transformations Ìý
- REST 333Ìý
- REST 359/POSC 359Ìý-ÌýPower in Russia from Gorbachev to Putin Ìý
Honors and High Honors
Students interested in pursuing honors can find the additional requirements on the Russian and Eurasian StudiesÌýprogramÌýpage.
Russian and Eurasian Studies Program
For more information about the department, including Faculty,Ìýtransfer credit, awards, etc.,Ìýplease visit theÌýRussian and Eurasian Studies programÌýcatalogÌýpage.