Undergraduate Majors

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Major in Russian Language and Literature

The program consists of 24 total hours of course work in the Department of Slavic Languages and Literatures as specified:

  • RUSS 3010, Third-Year Russian
  • RUSS 3020, Third-Year Russian
  • RUTR 3350, Nineteenth-Century Russian Literature
  • RUTR 3360, Twentieth-Century Russian Literature
  • 12 hours of course work at the 2000 level or above planned in consultation with a faculty advisor

Requirements

  • Major GPA of C, with no grade below C-
  • A grade of C or above in all language courses

Major in Russian and East European Studies

This program is interdisciplinary and consists of 30 total hours of course work as specified:

  • RUSS 3010 and RUSS 3020, Third-Year Russian or POL 1210 and POL 1220, Introduction to Polish Language in addition to Russian through RUSS 2020
  • RUTR 2460, Civilization and Culture of Russia
  • PLCP 3210, Russian Politics
  • HIEU 2152, History of the Russian Empire 1700-1917 or HIEU 2162, History of Russia Since 1917
  • RUTR 3350, Nineteenth-Century Russian Literature or RUTR 3360, Twentieth-Century Russian Literature
  • Three hours in Russian or East European folklore
  • 9 hours of course work planned in consultation with a faculty advisor

Requirements

  • A maximum of 18 hours may be taken in any one department, including the Slavic Department
  • Major GPA of C, with no grade below C-
  • A grade of C or above in all language courses

How To Declare a Major

  1. Pick up a Declaration Form from 101 Monroe Hall
  2. Contact Mark Elson, Director of Undergraduate Programs (DUP), for an advising appointment:mje@virginia.edu

How To Make Corrections to SIS Prior to Graduation

  1. Download and complete the Requirements Exception Request form immediately after the ADD deadline during the semester you are graduating.
  2. Submit the Requirements Exception Request form to Mark Elson, Director of Undergraduate Programs (DUP) for approval.

News & Announcements

The Department of Slavic Languages and Literatures is delighted to welcome Yuliya Walsh as our newest Iecturer.
Slavic Gala

Friday, May 3, 6:00pm at Newcomb Ballroom

Registration Required