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See the Registrar's Web site for the official graduation requirements in the Russian Major.
Every major, in consultation with an advisor, will choose a set of electives that will result in a concentration on one of these three areas: language, culture, or literature. Alternatively, those wishing to take courses related to Russian in such disciplines as History, Government, or Economics should consider the Russian Area Studies Major. Both majors require Russian 31, which can be omitted only by a vote of the entire Department.
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Please watch our video about the Russian Department.(click here to watch the video)
In our language program, you can start from scratch, with no prior knowledge of Russian. Or you can place into a higher level by taking our placement exam. Students who wish to take the test should contact our Language Program Director, Alfia Rakova, as the test is being administered in person due to the hand-writing requirement.