RUS - RUSSIAN

Department of Foreign Languages & Literature (ARS)


RUS - 1080 RUSSIAN CULTURE AND COMMERCE
[3 hours] Study of Russian culture and society with emphasis on business and economics. Taught in English. (Not for major credit)


RUS - 1090 INTRODUCTION TO RUSSIAN CULTURE
[3 hours] An introduction to principal social, artistic and literary aspects of Russian culture. Taught in English. (Not for major credit)


RUS - 1110 ELEMENTARY RUSSIAN I
[4 hours] An introduction to Russian language and culture through aural comprehension, speaking, reading, and writing. Laboratory practice required. (Not for major credit)


RUS - 1120 ELEMENTARY RUSSIAN II
[4 hours] An introduction to Russian language and culture through aural comprehension, speaking, reading, and writing. Laboratory practice required. (Not for major credit) Prerequisite: RUS 1110 or satisfactory score on placement test.


RUS - 2140 INTERMEDIATE RUSSIAN I
[3 hours] Further practice of the four language skills with grammar review and readings of a literary-cultural nature. Laboratory practice required. (Not for major credit) Prerequisite: RUS 1120 or satisfactory score on placement test.


RUS - 2150 INTERMEDIATE RUSSIAN II
[3 hours] Further practice of the four language skills with grammar review and readings of a literary-cultural nature. Laboratory practice required. (Not for major credit) Prerequisite: RUS 2140 or satisfactory score on placement test.


RUS - 2190 STUDY ABROAD
[1 - 3 hours] The course permits the student to spend time in a country where Russian is spoken. Credit will be awarded in accordance with established departmental procedures. Prerequisite: RUS 2150 & consent of instructor


RUS - 3010 CONVERSATION AND COMPOSITION I
[3 hours] Work on advanced aural comprehension, speaking, reading, and writing skills through intensive work with authentic texts dealing with contemporary issues relating to the Russian-speaking world. Prerequisite: RUS 2150 or satisfactory score on placement test


RUS - 3020 CONVERSATION AND COMPOSITION II
[3 hours] Further work on advanced aural comprehension, speaking, reading, and writing skills through intensive work with authentic texts dealing with contemporary issues relating to the Russian-speaking world. A writing-intensive course. Prerequisite: RUS 3010 or consent of instructor


RUS - 3170 BUSINESS RUSSIAN
[3 hours] An introduction to the language and practices of Russian business and commerce. Prerequisite: RUS 2150 or consent of instructor


RUS - 3210 SURVEY OF RUSSIAN LITERATURE I
[3 hours] A survey of Russian literature from its origins to the present. Prerequisite: RUS 2150 or consent of instructor


RUS - 3220 SURVEY OF RUSSIAN LITERATURE II
[3 hours] A survey of Russian literature from its origins to the present. Prerequisite: RUS 2150 or consent of instructor


RUS - 4070 HISTORY OF THE RUSSIAN LANGUAGE
[3 hours] Russian phonology, morphology, and syntax from Common Slavic to the present period. Prerequisite: two 3000-level courses


RUS - 4110 STRUCTURE OF MODERN RUSSIAN
[3 hours] Linguistic description of the entire structure of contemporary Russian: phonology, morphology, and syntax. Prerequisite: two 3000- level courses


RUS - 4950 STUDIES IN THE WORKS OF AN AUTHOR OR AUTHORS
[1 - 3 hours] Readings of the works of a major author or authors of Russian literature. Prerequisite: two 300- level courses


RUS - 4980 SPECIAL TOPICS IN RUSSIAN STUDIES
[1 - 3 hours] Study of a selected topic in Russian language, literature, or culture. May be repeated for credit when topic varies. Prerequisite: two 3000-level courses


RUS - 4990 INDEPENDENT STUDY IN RUSSIAN
[1 - 3 hours] Independent research in special topics. May be repeated once for additional credit. Prerequisite: consent of instructor

Last Updated: 5/5/14