Russian

Russian

All options listed below are semester-long, three-credit-hour courses. For-credit students should register at their home institution through normal class registration procedures; non-credit students may register online for upcoming courses using the "Register Now" link.

Fall 2013 Courses

RUS 101

This course is first part of the introductory sequence in Russian language and culture. Students acquire novice-level communicative proficiency in the interpersonal, interpretive, and presentational modes as well as an understanding of perspectives, products, and practices of Russian-speaking cultures. 

RUS 201

This course is first part of the intermediate sequence in Russian language and culture. Students continue to develop intermediate-level communicative proficiency in the interpersonal, interpretive, and presentational modes and increase their understanding of peoples, products, and practices related of Russian-speaking cultures. 


Spring 2014 Courses

RUS 102

This course is the second part of the introductory sequence in Russian language and culture. Students reinforce novice-level communicative proficiency and begin to develop intermediate-level skills in the interpersonal, interpretive, and presentational modes while deepening their understanding of Russian-speaking cultures. 

RUS 202

This course is the second part of the intermediate sequence in Russian language and culture. Students reinforce intermediate-level communicative proficiency in the interpersonal, interpretive, and presentational modes while deepening their understanding of Russian-speaking cultures. 


Fall 2014 Courses

RUS 101

This course is first part of the introductory sequence in Russian language and culture. Students acquire novice-level communicative proficiency in the interpersonal, interpretive, and presentational modes as well as an understanding of perspectives, products, and practices of Russian-speaking cultures. 

RUS 201

This course is first part of the intermediate sequence in Russian language and culture. Students continue to develop intermediate-level communicative proficiency in the interpersonal, interpretive, and presentational modes and increase their understanding of peoples, products, and practices related of Russian-speaking cultures.