Certificate of Proficiency in Russian, East European, and Eurasian Studies
To be eligible for admission to the Program in Russian, East European, and Eurasian Studies, a student must meet the following requirements by the end of his or her sophomore year:
- Satisfactory completion of the established requirements for admission to one of the cooperating departments or to a department whose plan of study may be combined with this interdepartmental program.
- Initiation of study of the Russian language or other target language. Students without previous training in Russian are advised to begin their study not later than the first term of the sophomore year and earlier if possible.
A student choosing to pursue a Certificate of Proficiency in Russian, East European, and Eurasian Studies must complete the normal requirements in his or her department as well as the following requirements of the program. The proposed course of study must be approved each term by the director.
To obtain the certificate, students must choose one of the two tracks currently offered by the program.