Northwestern University

Slavic Languages and Literatures Major

Northwestern University
In Evanston (USA)

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Typology Bachelor's degree
Location Evanston (USA)
  • Bachelor's degree
  • Evanston (USA)

SLAVIC 102-1 Intermediate Russian (1 Unit) Russian language and culture. Reading, writing, listening, and speaking.
Prerequisite: SLAVIC 101-3 or consent of language director.

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Evanston (USA)
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633 Clark St, Evanston, 60208


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What you'll learn on the course

Russian Language

Course programme

Course Title
SLAVIC 102-1 & SLAVIC 102-2 & SLAVIC 102-3 Intermediate Russian and Intermediate Russian and Intermediate Russian
or equivalent Russian proficiency
Department Courses (12 units)
3-course advanced Russian language sequence:
SLAVIC 302-1 & SLAVIC 302-2 & SLAVIC 302-3 Russian Language and Culture and Russian Language and Culture and Russian Language & Culture
or SLAVIC 303-1 & SLAVIC 303-2 & SLAVIC 303-3 Modern Russian Readings and Language and Modern Russian Readings and Language and Modern Russian Readings and Language
All courses must come from the same sequence.
9 additional courses:
4 Slavic courses chosen from the following:
200-level Slavic courses taught in English
200-level courses taught in other departments and co-listed in Slavic
At most 1 Slavic first-year seminar may count toward this requirement.
SLAVIC 360-0 Survey of 19th Century Russian Poetry
or SLAVIC 361-0 Survey of 20th Century Russian Poetry
4 Slavic courses at the 300 or 400 level
Related Courses
2 courses from outside the department; must be approved by the director of undergraduate studies. Departments and programs offering relevant courses include art history, history, Jewish studies, musicology, political science, and theater. A current list of approved courses is available on the department’s website.

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