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2018-2019 Undergraduate Catalog 
    
2018-2019 Undergraduate Catalog [Archived Catalog]

RUSS 4620 - Advanced Russian II for International Relations, National Security, and Socio-Economics


Taught in Russian, this course is the second part of the two-semester upper level Russian course which can be taken out of order. RUSS 4620 has a similar structure as RUSS 4610. The present course focuses on the discussion of such directly applicable topics as Governmental Crises, State of Emergency, Recession and Depression, Terrorism and Wars, Demographics and Immigration, Independent Russian Mass Media. The course is meant to enhance Russian-learning experience through learning to communicate on the politics and business related topics. Students are assumed to have had at least four continuous semesters of Russian, as the prerequisite for the course is RUSS 3002 with a grade not lower than C. The course goal is improving students’ reading, speaking, listening and grammatical skills.

Prerequisite/Corequisite:
Prerequisite: RUSS 3002 with agrade of C or higher

Hours:
3