Foreign Language: Russian Major

Foreign Language: Russian Major

Foreign Language: Russian

Major

Russian language majors follow a track of courses designed to develop their Russian language proficiency and cultural understanding. These courses will focus on language, culture, and Russian life.

Cadets can choose to be a Russian language major or can combine Russian and another language for a dual language major. Each of these options can be taken as an honors program. Language majors also work well as part of a double major with another department. 

 

To learn more about this area of study, visit the Department of Foreign Languages.

Required Courses

LN380 NATURE OF MODERN LANGUAGES

 

Sample Electives

LN440R RUSSIAN IN CULTURAL CONTEXT  

LN451 ADV LANG & CULTURE IN CONTEXT

LN487 ADV IND STUDY-FOREIGN LANGS

LN491 SEM ABROAD: ADV LANG & CULT I

LR371 INTENSIVE INTERMEDIATE RUSSIAN  

LR372 RUSSIAN FOR ORAL & WRIT COMM 

LR470 SPECIAL TOPIC IN RUSSIAN  

LR475 RUSSIAN RDG/WRTG THRU MEDIA  

LR476 MILITARY SPKG/RDG - RUSSIAN 

LR483 RUSSIAN CIV I

LR485 SURVEY OF RUSSIAN LITERATURE I

LR492 RUSSIAN LIFE IN FICTION

 

This major offers an honors track. 

 

To learn more, view the full Foreign Language - Russian Major Curriculum.

Majors have the opportunity for academic travel to Russian-speaking places such as Kazakhstan, Belarus, Georgia, Moldova, Armenia, and Latvia. Majors also have the chance to take part in the NATO-accredited Georgian Mountain Training School in the Caucasus Mountains.

 

To learn more about enrichment for this area of study, visit the Department of Foreign Languages or the Center for Languages, Cultures, and Regional Studies.