Student Learning Outcomes

REEES Program Description

REEES is an interdisciplinary program that promotes the study of Russia, Eastern Europe, and Eurasia in a broad multidisciplinary context. Students at both the undergraduate and graduate levels can pursue a concentration either in Russian Language, Literature, and Culture or in Russian and East European History, Politics and Society. At the core of the program is the study of the Russian language, which is available through the fifth-year level.

Student Learning Outcomes

A. Undergraduate Major

  1. Proficiency in reading, writing, and speaking Russian consistent with completion of at least a third-year level.
  2. A broad general understanding of the region of Russia, Eastern Europe, and Eurasia including its history and culture
  3. More specialized competency in the field of concentration consistent with the disciplinary expectations of that field.

B. Undergraduate Minor

  1. Proficiency in reading, writing, and speaking Russian consistent with completion of at least a third-year level.
  2. A broad general understanding of the region of Russia, Eastern Europe, and Eurasian including its history and culture.
  3. More specialized competency in the field of concentration consistent with the disciplinary expectations of the chosen field.

Review Major & Minor Academic Requirements