Russian

Russian Minor Information

Russian Studies minors and anyone with general questions about the minor or the Russian program should contact Dr. Dan Masters, mastersd@uncw.edu

Requirements for a Minor in Russian

(as listed in the UNCW Academic Catalogue)

Completion of 18 semester hours: 6 hours of core courses including RUS 201 and RUS 202. Twelve hours of elective courses from RUS 209RUS 395 (repeatable under different topics), HST 325, HST 326, PLS 336, and approved study abroad courses. Students must select courses from at least two separate disciplines. Minimum “C” (2.00) average for all courses towards the minor.


Russian Program Student Learning Outcomes

Students will:

SLO 1: Demonstrate a foundational knowledge of the history, society and culture of the Russian-speaking world by practicing rigorous, open-minded and imaginative inquiry.

SLO 2: Demonstrate basic skills to communicate in the Russian language by conducting a face-to-face interview involving responding to questions and negotiated dialogue.

SLO 3: Demonstrate understanding of the implications of the diversity of perspectives on the Russian-speaking world.  For this outcome, a student essay or presentation will be evaluated on the extent to which it takes into account a diversity of perspectives within subject matter and/or among scholars.