Requirements for our B.A. degree tracks in Russian and East European languages, literatures, and cultures.
Requirements, applications, and support opportunities for our M.A. and Ph.D. programs in Russian and East European languages, literatures and cultures.
Course offerings at all levels in language, literature and culture, linguistics and language pedagogy. Upcoming offerings are listed under Courses. All potential offerings are described in the Course Catalog.
Credit by exam, proficiency and placement tests for Russian and some East European languages.
Independent study (RUSS 499, SLAV 499) primarily provides advanced undergraduates with the opportunity to work closely with individual faculty members on an area of shared interest. Graduate students may also take Independent Study courses.
Intensive nine-week courses offering a complete year of language credits in a single summer.
Short-term study abroad programs (3-4 weeks) led by UW faculty that take place during early fall quarter.
Opportunities for overseas study experiences: how to choose the right one for you and prepare for it.
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