Departments & Programs
Slavic Languages and Literatures
Major in Slavic Languages and Literatures
The Russian Track
This track is designed for students seeking advanced study of the Russian language and/or Russian literature, culture, or film. Students must also complete the degree requirements of the College of Arts and Sciences.
- R201-R202, R301-R302; R223, R263-R264.
- At least four Russian language, literature, culture, or film courses at the 300 level or higher (excluding R301-R302; R491-R492) and totaling a minimum of 12 credit hours.
Total: 35 credit hours.
The Slavic Track
This track is designed for students seeking a basic knowledge of a Slavic language other than Russian (Czech, Polish, Serbian and Croatian), and familiarization with its literature and culture in English translation. In addition, students either do work in another Slavic literature or culture in English translation (including Russian), or study another Slavic language (including Russian). Students must also complete the degree requirements of the College of Arts and Sciences. These courses do not count toward a major in the Russian track.
- Czech Option: C101-C102, C201-C202, C363-C364; and line 4.
- Polish Option: P101-P102, P201-P202, P363-P364; and line 4.
- Serbian and Croatian Option: S101-S102, S201-S202, S363-S364; and line 4.
- R353 and any three other departmental language, literature, film, or culture courses at the 200 level or higher (excluding R491-R492) and totaling a minimum of 12 credit hours.
Total: 32 credit hours.
Contact the academic advisor to discuss the possibility of a Romanian option.