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RUSS 3301. TOPICS IN RUSSIAN LITERATURE IN TRANSLATION. 3 Hours.

Covers the works of major Russian authors during the period from the beginning of Russian literature until the 1917 Revolution, focusing on the interrelationship of various literary movements and philosophies. Students receiving credit in Russian will complete a research project using the Russian language. May be repeated for credit as topics and periods vary. Offered as ENGL 3301 and RUSS 3301; credit will be granted in only one department. Prerequisites: ENGL 3301-English majors must have earned a C or better in ENGL 3350 or must be concurrently enrolled in ENGL 3350. Non-majors must have earned a C or better in 6 hours of sophomore literature (ENGL 2303, ENGL 2309, ENGL 2319, ENGL 2329) or an A in 3 hours of sophomore literature (ENGL 2303, ENGL 2309, ENGL 2319, ENGL 2329).

Modern Languages - Undergraduate Programs

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...RUSS 2314 RUSS 3310 or RUSS 4334 RUSS...and couple with GLOBAL 3301 and GLOBAL 3302...

Global Studies

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...Economic Systems ENGL/RUSS 3301. TOPICS IN RUSSIAN LITERATURE IN TRANSLATION ENGL/RUSS 3306. TOPICS...

Sociology - Undergraduate Programs

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...CONTEMPORARY FRENCH CULTURE* GLOBAL 3301. TOPICS IN INTERNATIONAL...4316. PUBLIC RELATIONS CAMPAIGNS RUSS 2310. RUSSIAN CULTURE...