Director/Program Coordinator: Elena Konstantinovna Murenina (3303 Bate Building; 252-328-5521; firstname.lastname@example.org)
The Russian studies minor is an interdisciplinary program offered through the Thomas Harriot College of Arts and Sciences. The minor is designed to provide students with a comprehensive knowledge of Russia from both historical and contemporary perspectives. Students pursuing the interdisciplinary Russian studies minor are strongly encouraged to take advantage of study abroad opportunities.
The interdisciplinary program includes an introductory course and senior level seminar in Russian studies. In addition, the Russian studies program offers lectures and seminars on Russian language, literature, culture, film, history, political science, and economics. Other appropriate courses in humanities, social science, and fine arts with Russian studies content may be counted towards the minor in consultation with the program director/program coordinator. It is recommended that BA majors from other disciplines take Russian language to satisfy their foreign language requirements. No more than 6 s.h. of course work in the student’s major field of study will be accepted for credit toward the minor. The student’s minor program must be approved by the Russian studies minor director.
An individual concentration in Russian studies is available through the Multidisciplinary Studies, BA or Multidisciplinary Studies, BS . Interested students should contact the director/program coordinator of Russian studies.
Minimum requirement for the Russian studies minor is 18 s.h. as follows: