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Russian (RUS)

Russian (RUS)

101, 102 Elementary Russian I & II
A study of Russian grammar, pronunciation, and vocabulary. The course includes practice in speaking, reading, and writing of the Russian language and an introduction to the culture of Russia.
Prerequisite for RUS 102: RUS 101, or permission of the instructor after testing.
Three hours, three credits each.

201, 202 Intermediate Russian I & II
An intermediate course in reading, writing, grammar, and conversation.
Prerequisite for RUS 201: RUS 102; Prerequisite for RUS 202: RUS 201.
Three hours, three credits each.

301, 302 Advanced Russian I & II
A study of advanced Russian written and oral communication, with continued intensive work on grammatical structure.
Three hours, three credits each.

304 Russian Culture
A study of Russian civilization and culture as depicted in its art, geography, history, and literature, with a particular emphasis on Russian folkways. Lectures are in English.
Three hours, three credits.

305 Advanced Grammar
A study of advanced Russian grammar, with extensive practice in the use of some of the more difficult grammatical constructions used in modern Russian.
Prerequisite: RUS 201 and 202.
Three hours, three credits.

401 Russian Literature of the 19th Century
An introductory survey of Russian literature of the 19th century. The course is taught in English with emphasis on oral and written expression by the student.
Three hours, three credits.

402 Russian Literature of the 20th Century
An introductory survey of Russian literature of the 20th century. The course is taught in English with emphasis on oral and written expression by the student.
Three hours, three credits.

451, 452 Directed Study
An advanced directed study of an aspect of Russian language, literature, or culture particularly suited to the student's interests. Normally taught on an independent study basis, but may be offered as a seminar on demand.
Prerequisite: RUS 202. May be repeated.
Three hours, three credits each.

499 Russian Internship
An intensive study and/or work experience for the advanced student of Russian. (By permission of program coordinator.)
Three to nine credits.