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B.A. in Russian

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Program overview

Main Subject

Modern Languages

Degree

Other

Study Level

Undergraduate

The Department of Russian and East Asian Languages and Cultures (REALC) is an interdisciplinary department dedicated to the study of languages and cultures in the geographic continuum from Eastern Europe through Eastern Asia. Our four concentrations are on the Russian Federation, the largest country spatially on the globe; China, the most populous country; Japan, the world's second-largest economy; and Korea, one of the world’s fastest growing economies. The region covered by REALC plays an increasingly critical role in global dynamics, and the department's goal is to prepare students for the complex realities of the twenty-first century. Departmental offerings bridge East and West, and include the study of the languages, linguistics, and cultures of the region; and the interrelationship of its literatures to the other arts, philosophy, religion, and the social sciences. We offer introductory through advanced classes in Russian, Chinese, Japanese, and Korean language as well as an array of courses taught in English to address the interests of a broader student audience. While REALC courses focus on some of the oldest civilizations in the world, the department houses classroom facilities that are equipped with the latest technology. Instructors make use of a range of media such as real-time television broadcasts from abroad, the Internet, and videoconferencing. This enables REALC to host interactive exchange with students and scholars in Russia and East Asia. The department sponsors various exciting and challenging study abroad programs, and special internship opportunities both overseas and in the Atlanta area. A wide variety of films, guest speakers, and special cultural events accompany our course work. REALC participates in the interdepartmental Center for Russian and East European Studies (REES) and the East Asian Studies Program (EASP), and also collaborates extensively with other departments and programs, including Linguistics, Comparative Literature, Art History, Film Studies, the Institute of Liberal Arts, Women's Studies, Theater, Music, History, and Religion.

Program overview

Main Subject

Modern Languages

Degree

Other

Study Level

Undergraduate

The Department of Russian and East Asian Languages and Cultures (REALC) is an interdisciplinary department dedicated to the study of languages and cultures in the geographic continuum from Eastern Europe through Eastern Asia. Our four concentrations are on the Russian Federation, the largest country spatially on the globe; China, the most populous country; Japan, the world's second-largest economy; and Korea, one of the world’s fastest growing economies. The region covered by REALC plays an increasingly critical role in global dynamics, and the department's goal is to prepare students for the complex realities of the twenty-first century. Departmental offerings bridge East and West, and include the study of the languages, linguistics, and cultures of the region; and the interrelationship of its literatures to the other arts, philosophy, religion, and the social sciences. We offer introductory through advanced classes in Russian, Chinese, Japanese, and Korean language as well as an array of courses taught in English to address the interests of a broader student audience. While REALC courses focus on some of the oldest civilizations in the world, the department houses classroom facilities that are equipped with the latest technology. Instructors make use of a range of media such as real-time television broadcasts from abroad, the Internet, and videoconferencing. This enables REALC to host interactive exchange with students and scholars in Russia and East Asia. The department sponsors various exciting and challenging study abroad programs, and special internship opportunities both overseas and in the Atlanta area. A wide variety of films, guest speakers, and special cultural events accompany our course work. REALC participates in the interdepartmental Center for Russian and East European Studies (REES) and the East Asian Studies Program (EASP), and also collaborates extensively with other departments and programs, including Linguistics, Comparative Literature, Art History, Film Studies, the Institute of Liberal Arts, Women's Studies, Theater, Music, History, and Religion.

Admission requirements

Undergraduate

7+
Student must have a high school transcript.
Jan-2000

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