Russian Courses

(as listed in the UNCW Academic Catalogue)

RUS 101 - Introductory Russian I

Credits: 3

Emphasis on achievement of an active command of the language. Aural-oral practice; intensive study of the basic patterns of spoken Russian; reading, writing, and basic conversation. For students with one unit or less of high school Russian.

RUS 102 - Introductory Russian II

Credits: 3

Emphasis on achievement of an active command of the language. Aural-oral practice; intensive study of the basic patterns of spoken Russian; reading, writing, and basic conversation. Only for students who have successfully completed RUS 101 or the equivalent.

RUS 201 - Intermediate Russian I

Credits: 3

Prerequisites: RUS 102 or equivalent. A review of the grammatical structure of the language. Application of the language in composition, conversation, and readings.

RUS 202 - Intermediate Russian II

Credits: 3

Prerequisites: RUS 201 or equivalent. A review of the grammatical structure of the language. Application of the language in composition, conversation, and readings.

RUS 209 - Russian Literature in Translation: Topics

Credits: 3
Study of representative works from the literature of the Russian-speaking world. Readings and class discussions in English. May be repeated under different subtitles.

RUS 395 - Topics in Russian Studies

Credits: 3
Intensive study of a selected topic in Russian Studies. Courses are taught through the UNC Russian Studies Consortium as a teleconference/DE course. May be repeated under different subtitles.

 


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