Bachelor of Arts Honours in Russian Studies

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  • Academic Title
    Bachelor of Arts Honours in Russian Studies
  • Course description
    BA with Honours in Russian Studies

    Departmental requirements

    1000 level

               
    •     RUSN 1000X/Y.06
    •     RUSN 1020.03
    •     RUSN 1070.03

    2000 level
               
    •     RUSN 2002.03
    •     RUSN 2003.03
    •     RUSN 2051.03
    •     RUSN 2052.03
    •     Five other credits at or above the 2000 level and not including those listed below.

    3000 level
               
    •     Two credits at 3000 level or higher, one being RUSN 3002.03 and 3003.03

    4000 level
               
    •     RUSN 4000X/Y.06

    Other required classes
               
    •     One credit in Russian History (normally RUSN 2022.03 and 2023.03). This requirement is included in the number of credit hours noted above.
    •     Honours Thesis

        * RUSN 1000X/Y.06: Elementary Russian.
        * RUSN 1020.03: Russian Culture and Civilization under the Tsars.
        * RUSN 1070.03: Modern Russian Culture and Civilization.
        * RUSN 2001.06: Intensive Second Year Russian.
        * RUSN 2002.03: Intermediate Russian I.
        * RUSN 2003.03: Intermediate Russian II.
        * RUSN 2009.03: Introduction to Business in Russia.
        * RUSN 2021X/Y.06: Imperial and Soviet Russia.
        * RUSN 2022.03: Imperial Russia.
        * RUSN 2023.03: Soviet Russia.
        * RUSN 2034.03: History of Russian Natural Science.
        * RUSN 2036.03: Russian Film I.
        * RUSN 2037.03: Russian Film II.
        * RUSN 2046.03: East European Cinema: War, Love, and Revolutions.
        * RUSN 2051.03: Survey of Russian Literature.
        * RUSN 2052.03: Survey of Russian Literature.
        * RUSN 2061.03: Russian Modernism.
        * RUSN 2062.03: Literature of Revolution - The 1920s in Russian Literature.
        * RUSN 2070.03: Russian Literature and Culture since Stalin's Death.
        * RUSN 2081.03: Contemporary Russian Culture - The Seven Deadly Sins.
        * RUSN 2151.03: Introduction to Russian Folklore.
        * RUSN 2191.03: Survey of Russian Theatre.
        * RUSN 2270.03: The Russian "Heroine."
        * RUSN 2500.03: Tolstoy.
        * RUSN 2750.03: Dostoevsky and the Russian Idea.
        * RUSN 2760.03: Dostoevsky and Western Literature.
        * RUSN 3002.03: Advanced Russian I.
        * RUSN 3003.03: Advanced Russian II.
        * RUSN 3011.03: Grammar I.
        * RUSN 3012.03: Grammar II.
        * RUSN 3029.03: Conversation.
        * RUSN 3031.03: Conversation.
        * RUSN 3032.03: Translation.
        * RUSN 3035.03: Literature: Reading and Analysis.
        * RUSN 3090.03: Russian Society Today.
        * RUSN 3091.03: Russian Intellectual History.
        * RUSN 3092.03: Russian Topics.
        * RUSN 3096.03: The History of Ideas in Russia: From Official Nationality to Solzhenitsyn's Neo-Slavophilism.
        * RUSN 3099.03: Solzhenitsyn Seminar.
        * RUSN 3102.03: Black Identity in Pushkin (Russian).
        * RUSN 3103.03: Black Identity in Pushkin (English).
        * RUSN 3121.03: 19th Century Russian Prose and Poetry.
        * RUSN 3122.03: 20th Century Russian Prose and Poetry.
        * RUSN 3330.03: Masterpieces of Russian Short Fiction.
        * RUSN 3520.03: Chekhov and Turgenev.
        * RUSN 3800.03: Gogol and His Tradition.
        * RUSN 3820.03: Nabokov.
        * RUSN 4000X/Y.06: The Structure of Contemporary Standard Russian.
        * RUSN 4302.03: Russian Poetry.
        * RUSN 4950X/Y.03, 4960.03, 4990.06: Special Topics.


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