Description of the Program
The graduate program in Central and Eastern European Studies provides students with a forum to explore emerging trends, events, and international relationships in Central and Eastern European nations. The Program focuses on those nations’ roots in language and culture, with specific emphasis on the impact of a reunited Germany on former Soviet block nations. The program is designed for students who wish to pursue careers in international trade and commerce, geopolitics, teaching, journalism, and other related fields, or to prepare themselves for doctoral studies.
Victoria Ketz, Ph.D.
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