FLIE Russian

The mission of the FLIE/Russian major is to train students to become strategically placed to respond to the increased globalization of the world economies.  It integrates the study of a world language and its culture, along with international economics, experiential education, experience abroad, and international internships, in order to prepare students for careers in an internationally-focused work environment.  Russia is the largest country in the world, home to a vast array of natural resources as well as expanding business opportunities of both domestic and international companies. Training in both Russian and Economics will give students a leg up in this vital portion of the global economy.
FLIE/Russian students have gone on to work for the US federal government and with government contractors, into the private sector with companies based in Russia or in firms with Russian branches. They have also pursued advanced degrees in law, fashion merchandizing, and in Russian or Slavic Studies. For more information, contact Cynthia Ruder at Cynthia.ruder@uky.edu or (859) 257-7026, 1041 Patterson Office Tower.
 
Russian Curriculum for FLIE Students
 
RUS 301 Conversation and Composition I ..................... 3
RUS 302 Advanced Intermediate Russian II ................... 3
RUS 372 Experiments in Life and Art: Russian Culture 1900-Present ...................................... 3
 
plus 12 hours from the following:
ANT 329 Cultures and Societies of Eurasia and Eastern Europe: Socialism and Post-Socialist Change ............... 3
ANT 432 Anthropology of Eastern Europe and Russia ...................................................................... 3
HIS 385 History of Russia to 1825 ................................. 3
HIS 386 History of Russia Since 1825 ............................ 3
HIS 534 Russia in the 19th Century ................................ 3
HIS 535 Russia in the 20th Century ................................ 3
HIS 536 Intellectual and Cultural History of Russia to 1800 ........................................................... 3
HIS 537 Intellectual and Cultural History of Russia from 1800 to the Present .............................. 3
RUS 275 Russian Film ..................................................... 3
RUS 370 Russian Folklore (in English) ........................... 3
RUS 371 The Russian Cultural Imagination: 900-1900 ........................................................................ 3
RUS 410G Russian for Special Purposes (Subtitle required) .......................................................... 3
RUS 420G Readings in Russian Literature & Culture (Subtitle required) .......................................3
RUS 525 Russian Literary Studies (Subtitle required) ... 3
RUS 535 Russian Visual Studies (Subtitle required) ....... 3
RUS 545 Russian Cultural Studies (Subtitle required) ... 3
RUS 555 Topical Seminar on Russian Studies (Subtitle required) .......................................................... 3
Russian Core hours:......................................21
 
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