Central and Eastern European Studies Minor
Directed by:Bernhardt Blumenthal, Ph.D., Foreign Languages and Literatures Department
Component I
Foreign Language Competency
A student may demonstrate this competency and fulfill the requirements through one of the following:
Fulfillment of the University's core option in either German or Russian. (This student is required to roster four field courses.)
Participation in the German or Russian major programs. (This student is required to roster six field courses.)
Native fluency in a Central or Eastern European language (This student is required to roster six field courses.)
Component II
Field Information
To complete the minor, a student must select the appropriate number of courses (two of which must be at the 300 or 400 level) from the following list:
ECN 331, 333
GER 311-312, 320, 321
HIS 343, 345, 348, 452
POL 240, 322, 341
RUS 401, 402
SLA 320
LIT 150, 250
Special Topics (as approved by the Director)