The 12-credit hour Russian Culture Concentration requires that students also complete 19-credits of Russian Studies language courses, through Third-Year Russian 1 (RUSS 3010). Combined, these courses support pursuit of a Russian Studies Minor through the GSLL department.

Below are the credit hours required for the Russian Culture Concentration:

Required:

  • Third Year Russian 2 ♦ (RUSS 3020) 3 credits

Choose One:

  • Introduction to Russian Culture* (RUSS 2211) 3 credits
  • Introduction to Modern Russian Culture* (RUSS 2221) 3 credits
  • Russian Culture Past & Present* (RUSS 3601) 3 credits (offered abroad only)

Choose One:

  • Nineteenth-Century Russian Literature* (RUSS 4811) 3 credits
  • Twentieth-Century Russian Literature & Art* (RUSS 4821) 3 credits

Choose One:

  • History of Russian Cinema* (RUSS 3211) 3 credits
  • Contemporary Issues in Russian Film (RUSS 3301) 3 credits
  • Russian Culture Past & Present* (RUSS 3601) 3 credits (offered abroad only)
  • Slavic Folk Culture: Ideals & Values in the Contemporary World* (RUSS 3701) 3 credits
  • American-Russian Cultural Relations* (RUSS 4301) 3 credits
  • Women in 20th Century Russian Culture* (RUSS 4471) 3 credits
  • 19th Century Russian Literature* (RUSS 4811) 3 credits
  • 20th Century Russian Literature & Art* (RUSS 4821) 3 credits
  • Contemporary Russian Literature* (RUSS 4831) 3 credits

​Total Credits:

  • 12 credits

*While these courses are approved for H&SS credit, they cannot be counted both towards H&SS credit and the Russian Culture concentration

♦ The following courses are prerequisites for RUSS 3020 Third Year Russian 2 and can all count as H&SS credit:

  • RUSS 1010 (4) Beginning Russian 1
  • RUSS 1020 (4) Beginning Russian 2
  • RUSS 2010 (4) Second-Year Russian 1
  • RUSS 2020 (4) Second-Year Russian 2
  • RUSS 3010 (3) Third-Year Russian 1

Note: Beginning with the incoming class of Fall 2016, all courses in each e+ Concentration require a minimum grade of C.