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The Russian major is intended to help you develop advanced language proficiency and acquire a deep understanding of Russian culture. The requirements are designed to allow you flexibility in pursuing your own interests (including study of related Slavic languages/cultures, if desired). Students often combine a Russian major with a second major in a related field, such as International Affairs, History, Linguistics, etc. Russian study can easily be combined with virtually any other major and will expand your future career opportunities.
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(The RUSS 2001 and 2002 requirements will be waived for students who place at a higher level.)
Core Area VI also requires 9 additional hours preferably taken from the following areas: Additional Foreign Language, ANTH, ARGD, ARHI, ARID, ARST, ARTS, CMLT, COMM, DRAM, ECON, GEOG, HIST (world), LING, MUSI, PHIL, POLS, WMST. However, most students already have courses that can fill this requirement and do not need to take any additional courses specifically for Core Area VI.
Three required courses:
(Students who place out of RUSS 3001 and 3002 may substitute any 3000/4000-level course taught in Russian for these two courses.)
Three courses chosen from the following list:
Plus any two RUSS or SLAV courses at the 3000- or 4000-level
A complete list of courses is available here.
Students must earn a minimum grade of C in each course to receive credit toward the major.
All upper-division courses fulfilling the major requirements must be taken in residence with the exception of a maximum possible 9 hours of transfer credit. Upper-division transfer credit from a non-UGA study abroad program may be applied to the major, subject to approval by the department, and provided that credit for RUSS 2002 (or an equivalent course) was earned before participation in the program.
RUSS 2002 is the prerequisite for upper-division courses.
For more information, please contact Mr. Jordon Ropson (706-542-3663).
For questions about course placement, please contact Prof. Keith Langston (706-542-2448).