South Slavic studies concentration

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This concentration expands on the general requirements for a Slavic major.

Hours Requirements
6 Language: A minimum of 6 hours beyond the second year of a South Slavic language:
BCS 301, 302-Third-Year Serbian/Croatian I, II- or equivalent; or Students may choose to complete the second year (200-level sequence) of a second Slavic language, including Russian, in addition to BCS.
  Literature and Culture: A minimum of 24 hours is required in the following areas:
6 Introductory Culture courses:
  • BCS 115 - South Slavic Culture and
Choose one of the following: 
  • REES 201 – Intro to Eastern Europe
  • SLAV 117 - Russ & East Euro Science Fiction
  • SLAV 120 - Russian & E Euro Folktales
 

Literature Survey courses: 
Chosen in consultation with the Undergraduate Advisor from a list maintained in the Slavic Department.1

12

Upper-level (300- and 400-level) Literature and Culture courses:
Chosen in consultation with the Undergraduate Advisor from a list maintained in the Slavic Department.1

0-3

Capstone Experience: All majors are required to complete a capstone course, project, or experience chosen from among the following: 
(1) RUSS 493 Honors Senior Thesis (2 hrs); or 
(2) a 300- or 400-level course in the Slavic Department in which a research project is undertaken; or
(3) Study abroad in the region.

Majors should consult with the Undergraduate Advisor to plan their capstone experience.

1 Up to 9 hours of the literature requirement (but no more than 6 at the upper level) can be replaced by courses at the same level in other departments, chosen in consultation with and approved by the Undergraduate Advisor, that treat the history, culture, and society of the South Slavic region.

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