Russian - Minor

The Minor in Russian is an academic program open to all students in the university. The minor combines courses in Russian language and culture, and is a valuable complement to the academic portfolio of any student majoring in the humanities, social sciences, or natural sciences, who wishes to add an international dimension to their intellectual profile. In addition, Russian studies faculty offer study abroad programs in order to enrich student learning experiences and cultural knowledge while helping students attain higher proficiency in the language.

RUSS 201Intermediate Russian I3
or RUSS 221   or Field Studies I 
RUSS 202Intermediate Russian II3
or RUSS 222   or Field Studies II 
RUSS 301Advanced Grammar and Composition I3
or RUSS 302   or Advanced Grammar and Composition II 
RUSS 446/EURO 446Russian Artistic Culture I: Beginnings to 19003
or RUSS 447/EURO 447   or Russian Artistic Culture II: 1890 to Present 
Select two from the following:6
Russian Conversation
Total Semester Credit Hours18
1

Any RUSS course at the 300- and 400-level not used for credit previously.

Students must earn a "C" or better in all minor coursework.