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Students explore the rich heritage of Russia and the post-Soviet world and position them for careers through a variety of courses in culture, film, literature, and language. Enhancing oral and written communication skills in this program will enable sutdents to pursue careers in research, teaching, government service, business, and more.

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Here you will find information about majoring or minoring in Russian, study abroad opportunities to Russia, faculty profiles, course descriptions, extra-curricular activities, and contact information. 

Choose Russian and Slavic Studies for the...

  • award winning teachers and advisors.
  • proficiency-based language program in Russian.
  • well-established Study Abroad programs to Russia (Moscow and St. Petersburg).
  • excellence, we have the only graduate program in Russian in the regional Rocky Mountain corridor (Arizona, Nevada, Utah, Idaho, Montana) and Wyoming, Colorado, and New Mexico.
  • diverse program in Russian literature, culture, linguistics, and language.
  • world-renowned scholars in Russian and Slavic language, literatures, cultures, and linguistics.

Degrees and programs available

  • Bachelor of Arts in Russian with three tracks: Language, Literature, and Culture, Culture-Intensive, Heritage
    • 3 tracks toward a BA in Russian: Language, Literature, Culture track, Culture Intensive track, or Heritage track.
  • Russian Minor
  • Master of Arts in Russian with two tracks: Language, Literature, and Linguistics (LLL) or Russian and East European Studies (REES)
    • 2 tracks toward an MA in Russian: the Language, Literature, Linguistics track or the Russian and East European Studies track

News & Events

February 14th, 2017 to May 2nd, 2017
The KGB wants you! Come practice your Russian on Friday afternoons with your classmates and Russian GAT Kristina and others!  Relaxed atmosphere! Students at all language levels are invited to attend!   LSB 146   1:00-2:00pm  Tuesdays ...
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March 28th, 2017
Join the Russian and Slavic Studies Department along with University of Arizona students for an evening of presentation on art inspired by the Russian Revolution of 1917. 
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