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COURSE DESCRIPTIONS:

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RUS 1100: Elementary Russian (1-15) Offerings
Study Abroad only.
RUS 2000: Russian Language Study: Elem. (6,9) Offerings
Study Abroad only.
Restrictions:Freshman, Non-Matriculated students are excluded.
RUS 2100: Beginning Russian I (5) Offerings
Builds proficiency in four basic skills: understanding, speaking, reading, and writing in the Russian language. Investigates Russian culture and its relationship to the language, as well as the Slavic culture in general. This course is on a first-year level. Offered alternate years.
Attributes:Foreign Language Comp
RUS 2105: Beginning Russian II (5) Offerings
Prerequisite: RUS 2100 or permission of instructor. Provides continued practice in reading, writing, understanding, and speaking Russian. This course continues the first-year level. Offered alternate years.
Attributes:Foreign Language Comp
RUS 2106: Beginning Russian III (5) Offerings
Prerequisite: RUS 2105 or permission of instructor. A review of Russian pronunciation and grammar, with an emphasis on vocabulary building through reading Russian texts. This course completes the first-year level. Offered alternate years.
Attributes:Foreign Language Comp
RUS 2207: Modern Russian Culture thr Lit (5) Offerings
Focuses on Russian culture as seen through the works of such Russian writers as Mikhail Bulgakov, Viktor Pelevin, Ljudmila Petrushevskaya, and Tatyana Tolstaja. Taught in English with readings in Russian for students specializing in the Russian program or working on a Russian minor. Offered alternate years.
Attributes:Arts and Humanities B, WK Humanities
RUS 3000: Russian Language Study: Inter. (6,9) Offerings
Study Abroad only.
Attributes:Upper-Division Restrictions:Freshman, Non-Matriculated students are excluded.
RUS 3100: Intermediate Russian I (5) Offerings
Prerequisite: RUS 2106 or permission of instructor. A review of the Russian case system and word growth through literary texts and multimedia materials. Offered alternate years.
Attributes:Arts and Humanities B, Upper-Division
RUS 3101: Intermediate Russian (1-15) Offerings
Study Abroad only.
Attributes:Upper-Division
RUS 3200: Intermediate Russian II (5) Offerings
Prerequisite: RUS 3100 or permission of instructor. This course continues the second-year level, but with more emphasis on conversation and grammar. Offered alternate years.
Attributes:Arts and Humanities B, Upper-Division
RUS 3300: Intermediate Russian III (5) Offerings
Prerequisite: RUS 3100. This course continues the second-year level, but with emphasis on conversation and grammar. Offered alternate years.
Attributes:Arts and Humanities B, Upper-Division
RUS 3920: Ind Rdngs:Intermediate Russian (1-5) Offerings
Ind Rdngs:Intermediate Russian May be repeated for credit up to 10 credits.
Attributes:Upper-Division
RUS 4000: Russian Language Study: Adv. (6,9) Offerings
Study Abroad only.
Attributes:Upper-Division Restrictions:Freshman, Non-Matriculated students are excluded.
RUS 4101: Advanced Russian (1-15) Offerings
Study Abroad only.
RUS 4899: Russian Capstone (3) Offerings
This course serves as the capstone for the Russian Major, and it is designed around a study of linguistic features of contemporary standard Russian to aid students in understanding studying the language more effectively.
Attributes:Upper-Division, Writing "W" Course Restrictions:Russian Majors only.
RUS 4900: Independent Study (1-5) Offerings
Student works independently with a faculty member on a mutually agreed upon topic. May be repeated for credit up to 15 credits.
Attributes:Upper-Division
RUS 4920: Ind Rdngs:Advanced Russian (1-5) Offerings
Ind Rdngs:Advanced Russian May be repeated for credit up to 10 credits.
Attributes:Upper-Division
RUS 4930: Russian:Tutorial Practicum (1-6) Offerings
For advanced students who wish to assist in 2000-level Russian classes. Students assist in classroom instruction and conduct specific cultural research. May be repeated for credit up to 6 credits.
Attributes:Upper-Division
RUS 4940: Coop Ed:Russian Internship (1-10) Offerings
Applies the skills needed to communicate in Russian in varied employment settings. Students may suggest their own internships in consultation with the faculty supervisor as long as use of the target language is part of the employment situation and other internship criteria are met. May be repeated for credit up to 10 credits.
Attributes:Upper-Division



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