Undergraduate Degree in Slavic and Eurasian Studies
When students choose to study Slavic or Eurasian Studies they open doors to a great variety of course offerings. Our courses range from the Slavic countries to Eurasia, and encompass a variety of cultural, political, social, economic, gender, and foreign relations history.
The B.A. programs of Czech Language and Culture and Russian Language and Culture were consolidated into a B.A. in Russian, East European and Eurasian Studies on December 16, 2011. Students who are currently majoring in one or more of these degree programs should meet with an advisor to prepare for these changes. Students enrolled in these programs before the changes will follow the original path of study.
Requirements for a B.A. in Russian, East European and Eurasian Studies
Major: Eighteen semester hours of upper-division coursework (24 hours total), chosen from a list of courses approved by the Advisory Committee of the Program for Russian, East European and Eurasian Studies. In addition, students must complete the introductory course, Russian, East European and Eurasian Studies 301 and three years of language study in a Slavic, Central Asian or East European language, normally Russian, Czech, Polish, or Serbian/Croatian. Credit used to fulfill this requirement may also be used to fulfill the foreign language requirement.
Minor: Twelve semester hours, including at least six hours of upper-division coursework, in any one other field of study in the University. Six of the required hours must be taken in residence. If the minor is in a foreign language other than that used to fulfill the foreign language requirement, the twelve hours may be lower-division but must include at least six hours beyond course 507 or the equivalent.