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Below you will find information about the many courses offered through the College's schools, departments, and programs. Use the filters to narrow your search. The information was last updated on December 26, 2019.
Consent of the instructor is an implicit prerequisite for all courses in the College of Arts and Sciences. There are often additional restrictions designated in the course description, which are denoted by the abbreviations below.
- Prerequisite(s) (P). Each prerequisite listed must be completed as specified in order for the student to enroll in the course. For prerequisite courses, if no grade is specified, a grade of D- or higher is required.
- Corequisite(s) (C). Each corequisite listed must be completed as specified before enrolling in the course or the student must be concurrently enrolled in any corequisite courses.
- Recommendation(s) (R). Each recommendation listed should be completed as specified before enrolling in the course. Students who do not complete the recommendation(s) prior to enrolling in the course may find the course difficult to complete.
- REEI-R 300 Russian and East European Issues (1–4 cr.) Brief examination of selected topics related to Russia and East Europe. Variable topics. May be repeated with different topics for a total of 6 credit hours.
- REEI-R 301 Russian and East European Area Topics (3 cr.) Selected topics related to politics, culture, economics, and society in the Russian and East European area.
- REEI-R 302 Russia, Past and Present (3 cr.) Interdisciplinary study of the geography, natural resources, peoples, religions, economy, political and social systems, education, law, cultures, literatures, and arts of Russia. Emphasis on recent developments with appropriate attention to historical roots. Credit given for only one of HIST-D 302 or REEI-R 302.
- REEI-R 303 Eastern Europe, Past and Present (3 cr.) Interdisciplinary study of the geography, natural resources, peoples, religions, economy, political and social systems, education, law, cultures, literatures, and arts of East Central and Southeastern Europe. Emphasis on recent developments with appropriate attention to historical roots.
- REEI-X 490 Readings in Russian and East European Studies (1–3 cr.) P: Consent of instructor and the director of the Russian and East European Institute. May be repeated for a maximum of 6 credit hours in REEI-R 495 and REEI-X 490.