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BA in Russian

BA in Russian

  • QS World University Rankings
  • Degree BA
  • Study Level Bachelors
  • Scholarships No
Areas of specialization include nineteenth-, twentieth-, and twenty-first century Russian and Soviet literature, gender studies, film and media, legal and business Russian language, translation, Slavic linguistics, contemporary Russian literature, scientific and scholarly Russian language, stylistics, and history of the Russian literary language. Other languages regularly offered through the Slavic department are Polish, Turkish, and Romanian. We also occasionally offer language courses in Ukrainian, Hungarian, and Georgian. The Slavic Department offers Russian language courses from the introductory through the most advanced levels. The department encourages language proficiency through five-skill courses: reading, writing, speaking, listening comprehension, and culture acquisition. Goals and Objectives 1. Students will possess knowledge of diachronic and synchronic cultural competence in Russian, Polish and/or Turkish. 2. Students will acquire advanced-level language proficiency in Russian, Romanian, Polish and/or Turkish. 3. Students will develop competence in research skills and critical thinking. 4. Students will learn analytical multidisciplinary methods for cross-cultural comparative research. 5. Career preparation.

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