Bachelor of Arts in Russian (Slavic Studies)

Studying Russian language and culture helps prepare students for a broad range of careers, including international business, governmental and non-governmental public service, education, science, and translation/interpretation.

There are approximately 5.5 million Russian speakers in the U.S. and Russia plays a critical political, military, and economic role globally. Russia has been classified as a critical-needs language vital for national security interests. It also has a fascinating history and rich culture that has produced many of the world's greatest writers, thinkers, composers, artists, and scientists.

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