Our department exists at the crossroads of many cultures, creeds and national traditions. Lectures, festivals and film screenings provide opportunities to share and celebrate those differences.
We provide a well-rounded understanding of Central Europe, Russia, the former Soviet Union, and Eastern Europe through a study of their languages and an exploration of their literatures and cultures.
We offer a multifaceted approach to learning about a complex region recognized for its international influence. Our students learn to evaluate linguistic and cultural differences in a global context.
Deepen your understanding of Slavic culture and the human experience through big books, European cinema, visual art, and more.
Our students pursue diverse careers in communication, teaching, science and business. Employers value their ability to respond to an ever-changing world and its increasingly complex demands.
Continuation of UKR 405. Reinforces basic grasp of language and enlarges both vocabulary and command of grammatical patterns. Prerequisite: minimum grade of 2.0 in UKR 405 Offered: Sp. Learn more