The Minor in Russian Studies is designed to serve the interests of students who wish to keep abreast of events in Russia, to understand the cultural and historical background of current developments, and to explore the relationships of Russia and the former Soviet Union to the rest of the world.
Requirements for the minor include five courses (15 hours) from the Department of Foreign Languages and Literatures and the Department of History (electives).
The program offers courses in the Russian language, literature (in translation), history, and cinema: FLR 201, FLR 202, FLR 303, FLR 304, FLR 318, HI 438, HI 439.
Required courses include: FLR 201 & 202, 303, 304, and any one from the following: FLR 318, HI 438, HI 439.
Contact the Coordinator of Russian Studies Dr. Bilenkin for additional information.