Undergraduate Student Learning Outcomes

At graduation, students will be able to:

  1. Demonstrate, in writing and discussion, familiarity with the major literary and cultural movements of the Russian/Slavic-speaking world from the 19th century to the present.  Identify major authors, themes, genres within these movements.
  2. Traditional Track and Heritage Track:  Achieve the proficiency of “Basic (Foundational)” (TORFL, Russian Ministry of Education) or “Intermediate” (ACTFL) by testing in speaking, writing, listening, reading, and grammar according to the proficiency measurements established by TORFL and ACTFL. 
    Culture Track:  Achieve the proficiency of “Elementary” (TORFL, Russian Ministry of Education) or its ACTFL equivalent by testing in speaking, writing, listening, reading, and grammar according to the proficiency measurements established by TORFL and ACTFL.
  3. Effectively communicate in written and oral discourse how the larger context shapes individual expression in the past and present.

Department of Russian and Slavic Studies (revised 2/29/16)