Programs by Campus


Inner Asian and Uralic National Resource Center




E455 Anthropology of Religion

E600 Seminar in Cultural and Social Anthropology 


D503 International Business Environment

D504 Operations of International Business

D545 East Europe and Russia Transition

D594 Competitive Strategic Global Industries

D595 Management of Transnational Corporations 

Central Eurasian Studies

R501The Baltic States since 1918

R502 Finland in the 20th Century

R504 Modern Finnish Literature

R508 Estonian Culture and Civilization

R513 Islam in the Former Soviet Union

R516 Peoples and Cultures of Central Asia

R528 Post-Soviet Transition in Central Asia

R562 Mongolian Civilization and Folk Culture

R563 Mongolian Historical Writings

R570 Introduction to the History of Tibet

R571 Tibet and the West

R572 Sino-Tibetan Relations

R573 The Religions of Tibet

R592 Uralic Peoples & Cultures

R599 Topics in Central Eurasian Studies

R611 Ethnic History of Central Asia

R629 Islamic Hagiography of Central Asia

R661 Mongolian Literature and Folklore

R690 Advanced Readings in Central Eurasian Studies

R710 Seminar in Central Asian Studies (3 cr.)

T690 Introduction to Manchu (3 cr.)

T693 Introduction to Sakha (Yakut)

All language courses in the following languages:

  • Azeri
  • Chaghatay
  • Estonian
  • Finnish
  • Hungarian
  • Kazakh
  • Kurdish
  • Kyrgyz
  • Mongolian
  • Classical Mongolian
  • Pashto
  • Tibetan
  • Classical Tibetan
  • Classical Old Tibetan
  • Turkish
  • Ottoman Turkish
  • Uyghur
  • Uzbek 

East Asian Languages and Cultures

E384 East Asian Nationalism and Cultural Identity

E505 Studies in East Asian Society (Topics course) 


E698 Comparative Economics and Economics of Transition 


H551 Comparative Education I

H552 Comparative Education II

H560 Education and Change in Societies 

Art History

A421 Pagans and Christians: Christian Art in the Roman Empire 


F440/540 Turkish Art

F600 Asian Folklore and Folk Music

F617 Middle East Folklore and Folk Music 


G427 Geography of Former Soviet Lands 


C393 Ottoman History

D521 Hungarian History and Civilization to 1711

G582 Imperial China I

G583 Imperial China II

H645 Eastern Europe 1945-1989: Survival and Resistance

H675 Colloquium in East Asian History 

India Studies

I501/502 Elementary Sanskrit I/II

I561/562 Intermediate Sanskrit I/II 

Information and Library Science

Z610 International Information Issues

Z620 Slavic Bibliography 

The Media School

J660 Topics Colloquium 


E571 Kodaly Concept I

E 572 Kodaly Concept II

E573 Kodaly Concept III 

Near Eastern Languages and Cultures

N545 Introduction to Ancient Near East

N565 Introduction to Islamic Civilization

N695 Graduate Topics in Near Eastern Languages and Cultures

P500/550 Elementary Persian

P600/650 Intermediate Persian 

Political Science

Y340 East European Politics

Y385 Russian Political Ideas

Y657 Comparative Politics 

Religious Studies

R552 Studies in Buddhism

R554 East Asian Religions

R635 Buddhism in North America

R655 East Asian Buddhism

R658 Methodologies and Methods in Buddhist Studies

R670/770 Buddhist Ethics

R750 Seminar on Indian Buddhist Texts 

Russian and East European Institute

R575 Graduate Readings in Russian and East European Study

R600 Proseminar Soviet/East European Area Studies 

School of Public and Environmental Affairs

E535 International Environmental Policy

V550 Governmental Finance in Transitional Economies

V551 Trade and Global Competition

V557 International Economic Strategies and Trade Policies

Slavics and East European Languages and Cultures

R553 East European Cinema

In addition to the above, students are encouraged to take the initiative to find other courses that the professor would be willing and able to adapt for IAUNRC certificate credit. (This might be, for example, by agreeing that the student’s papers and/or other projects would focus on the IAUNRC region or that the student may do additional reading and writing relevant to the region.)

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