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2017-2018 Undergraduate Catalog
East Carolina University
   
 
  Jan 21, 2018
 
 
    
2017-2018 Undergraduate Catalog

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Course Lists by Special Designations

 

Russian Studies

  
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    RUSI 2001 - Introduction to Russian Studies: Humanities


    3 GE:HU

    May count toward either the RUSI minor or the general education humanities requirement. May receive credit for one of RUSI 2001, RUSI 2002 , RUSI 2003 . Introduces Russian culture and civilization. Focus on Russian cultural identity, Russian land and its people, evolution of national and social-cultural values, explored through literature, popular culture, and film.
  
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    RUSI 2002 - Introduction to Russian Studies: Social Science


    3 GE:SO

    May count toward either the RUSI minor or the general education social sciences requirement. May receive credit for one of RUSI 2001 , 2002, RUSI 2003 . Introduces Russian culture and civilization. Focus on history, economics, politics, and society.
  
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    RUSI 2003 - Introduction to Russian Studies: Fine Arts


    3 GE:FA

    May count toward either the RUSI minor or the general education fine arts requirement. May receive credit for one of RUSI 2001 , RUSI 2002 , 2003. Introduces Russian culture and civilization. Focus on visual, musical, and/or performing arts in their historical, cultural, and aesthetic contexts.
  
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    RUSI 3011 - Field Study in Russia


    3

    Minimum of 3 weeks in Russia during summer. P: RUSS 2004  or consent of the director. Includes field experience, and on-site exploration of literary, cultural, social, historic, economic, political, and/or artistic life of Russia. Work under supervision of ECU faculty member approved by RUSI program director.
  
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    RUSI 3012 - Field Study in Russia


    6

    Minimum of 5 weeks in Russia during summer, or 13 weeks during fall or spring study abroad program. P: RUSS 2004  or consent of the director. Includes field experience, and on-site exploration of literary, cultural, social, historic, economic, political, and/or artistic life of Russia. Work under supervision of ECU faculty member approved by RUSI program director.
  
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    RUSI 3500 - Selected Topics in Russian Studies


    3

    May be repeated for maximum of 6 s.h. with change of topic. P: Consent of instructor. Selected topics in Russian history, philosophy, government, society, and civilization, with emphasis on research methods.
  
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    RUSI 3931 - Directed Readings in Russian Studies


    1

    P: Consent of instructor. Directed study of basic research literature in a field, based on needs and interests of individual Russian Studies student. In-depth exploration of topic chosen in consultation with directing professor.
  
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    RUSI 3932 - Directed Readings in Russian Studies


    2

    P: Consent of instructor. Directed study of basic research literature in a field, based on needs and interests of individual Russian Studies student. In-depth exploration of topic chosen in consultation with directing professor.
  
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    RUSI 3933 - Directed Readings in Russian Studies


    3

    P: Consent of instructor. Directed study of basic research literature in a field, based on needs and interests of individual Russian Studies student. In-depth exploration of topic chosen in consultation with directing professor.
  
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    RUSI 4000 - Senior Seminar in Russian Studies


    3

    P: Consent of instructor or RUSI program director. Interdisciplinary capstone course required for minors in Russian studies. Advanced study of Russian culture and civilization, including literature, history, philosophy, politics, and economics, in depth.
 


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