Russian and East European Studies
A concentration under the European Studies major
Russian and East European Area Studies allows students to specialize in the study of Russia and its neighboring countries in Eastern Europe and Eurasia in preparation for careers in teaching, research, business, government or foreign service. The program provides a broad and multi-disciplinary introduction to the larger region, with course offerings in languages, literature, political science, history, economics, geography, music, and film.
Students begin course work in the foreign language relevant to their chosen area as early as possible, and may also plan their course of study to accommodate interests in a particular discipline or field.
Bachelor of Arts in International and Area Studies Major Area: European Studies Russian & East European Studies
Minor in Russian and East European Studies
Students must successfully complete at least 15 hours of courses acceptable for major credit in Russian and East European Studies, including at least 9 hours at the upper-division level. Click here to download the minor check sheet to learn more about the specific requirements.