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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 and Kazakhstan.
- excellence, we have the only graduate program in Russian in the regional Rocky Mountain corridor (Arizona, Nevada, Utah, Idaho, Montana) and Wyoming 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 two tracks: Language Intensive Track or Culture Intensive track.
- Russian Minor
- Master of Arts in Russian with two tracks: Language, Literature, and Linguistics (LLL) or Russian and East European Studies (REES)
Katie is an informed performer who hopes to teach music one day. By learning Russian and understanding the culture behind the pieces she plays on her harp, she can express the music better.
Two professors in the Department of Russian and Slavic Studies have been promoted, demonstrating excellent performance in teaching, service and research.
What? Kazakhstan with Togzhan
When? April 20th, From 12:00pm-12:50pm
Where? Social Sciences Building, Room 114
What? Spring Festival
When? March 22, 11am-1pm on
Where? UA Mall, in front of the bookstore
Celebrate Spring with the Department of Russian and Slavic Studies! Maslenitsa (aka Spring Festival or Pancake Week) is one of the…
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