Russian and East-European Area Studies

certificate

The Russian and East-European Area Studies certificate provides a foundation for graduate work in the field of and careers in government service. The program is based on a major in economics, foreign languages, geography, history, philosophy, political science, or religion.

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About this Program

Certificates must contain at least nine credits of coursework that are unique to that program out of all other certificates and minors.

Center Information

The Center for European Studies (CES), housed within the College of Liberal Arts & Sciences (CLAS), is an interdisciplinary area studies center focused on the study of Europe, and facilitating the training of scholars and experts in European studies in the United States. In addition to the minors, certificates, and major, the center offers study abroad programs in Europe and various scholarships and grants for undergraduates.
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 Curriculum

Related Programs

Ten credits maximum from the student's major may be used to fulfill the 24-credit area requirement. At least nine credits of coursework must be unique to the Russian and East-European Area Studies certificate out of all other certificates and minors.

Required Courses

Select one:10
Introduction to Russian Language and Culture 1
and Introduction to Russian Language and Culture 2
Introduction to Czech Language and Culture 1
and Introduction to Czech Language and Culture 2
Beginning Intensive German 1
and Beginning Intensive German 2
Beginning Hungarian 1
and Beginning Hungarian 2
Introduction to Polish Language and Culture 1
and Introduction to Polish Language and Culture 2
Beginning Turkish 1
and Beginning Turkish 2
OR
Demonstrate an equivalent reading knowledge in Russian or an East-European area language
Relevant courses (approved by the program advisor)14
Total Credits24

Students are encouraged to include at least one course in economics, history, political science, and Russian or East-European culture or literature to diversify their program, or to participate in an overseas study program.