The Slavic Department still has space available in the following courses:
- SLAV 223 (SLN 20177) - The Cinema of Roman Polanski
- RUSS 110 (SLN 20093) - Intro to Russian Culture and Civilization
- RUSS 120 (SLN 20095) - Food in Russia
- RUSS 340 (SLN 21831) - Tolstoy's "War and Peace"
SLAV 101 (SLN 20176) - Slavic Lands and Peoples
RUSS 316 (SLN 20100) - Extended Russian Through Science, Technology, Engineering and Math
- Meets Thu 4:00-5:50 p.m.
Intended for students in technical fields or humanities already relatively proficient in spoken and written Russian to extend their language skills to the topics of STEM and develop academic language skills and social stylistic registers. Prerequisite: either RUSS 301 or permission of instructor for heritage speaker.