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  • Academic Title
    Certificate of Proficiency in Russian
  • Course description
    Requirements

    Classes

               
    •     RUSN 1000X/Y.06
    •     RUSN 2002.03, RUSN 2003.03
    •     RUSN 3002.03, RUSN 3003.03, RUSN 3029.03
    and ONE of the following:
               
    •     RUSN 3102.03, RUSN 3121.03, RUSN 3122.03, or any 4000-level half class taught in Russian.

    Exam


    A written and oral examination with a minimum average of B- on each part. Students who fail the examination on the first attempt will be allowed to take it over after one year.

    No one is entitled to take the examination without having done the class work.
    • 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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