Russian Language (RUSS)

RUSS 101. Elementary Russian I. 1 Unit.

For students who have had no previous Russian or fewer than two years of pre-college Russian. Introduction to the alphabet, basic grammar, and vocabulary of modern Russian language.

RUSS 102L. Elementary Russian II. 1 Unit.

For students who have completed RUSS 101 and for students who have had two or more years pre-college Russian whose placement scores indicate admission to this level. Prerequisite: RUSS 101 or permission of the instructor.

RUSS 190. Special Topics in Russian Language and Literature. 1 Unit.

RUSS 201L. Second Year Russian I. 1 Unit.

Intensive work on expanding key language skills of listening comprehension, reading, composition and speaking. Prerequisite: RUSS 102L or permission of the instructor.

RUSS 202L. Second Year Russian II. 1 Unit.

Intensive work on expanding key language skills of listening comprehension, reading, composition and speaking. Prerequisite: RUSS 201L.

RUSS 285. Independent Study. 0.5 or 1 Units.

RUSS 290. Special Topics in Russian Language and Literature. 1 Unit.

RUSS 301L. Intermediate Russian Conversation and Composition I. 1 Unit.

Emphasis on the application of grammar to written compositions. Extensive vocabulary building. Continued development of oral proficiency through individual and group discussions and presentations. Prerequisite: RUSS 202L or permission of the instructor.

RUSS 302L. Intermediate Russian Conversation and Composition II. 1 Unit.

Emphasis on the application of grammar to written compositions. Extensive vocabulary building. Continued development of oral proficiency through individual and group discussions and presentations. Prerequisite: RUSS 301L or permission of the instructor.

RUSS 303L. Advanced Russian Grammar. 1 Unit.

An advanced seminar usually designed to develop knowledge of difficult grammatical constructions and structural features of modern Russian. Topics in morphology include expressive use of verbs of motion, advanced concepts in aspectual choice, and correct formation and use of participles.

RUSS 305L. The Art of the Russian Short Story. 1 Unit.

This course introduces Russian literature through the short story. The course involves close analysis of the short story genre and its development over the course of the 19th-20th Centuries, with an added emphasis on comprehension of complex, literary lexicon and syntax. Taught in Russian. Prerequisite: RUSS 201L.

RUSS 306L. Introduction to Russian Poetry. 1 Unit.

This course surveys 19th and 20th Century Russian poetry, emphasizing the analysis of individual poems by major poets. Taught in Russian. Prerequisite: RUSS 201L.

RUSS 385. Independent Study. 0.5 or 1 Units.

RUSS 390. Special Topics in Russian Language and Literature. 1 Unit.

Topics include advanced directed reading, linguistic analysis, phonetics, and media studies. In Russian.

RUSS 395. Teaching Apprenticeship. 0.5 Units.

RUSS 397. Internship in Russian. 0.5 to 1 Units.

A student–initiated internship (domestic or abroad) where skills in Russian language study can be developed. Prerequisites: completion of RUSS 201L and permission of instructor and chair.Enrollment in an internship course requires students to attend an orientation prior to beginning work at their internship site. For more information regarding internship orientations, please contact Career & Professional Development at career@stetson.edu or 386-822-7315.

RUSS 398. Contemporary Russia: Culture and Civilization. 1 Unit.

RUSS 401L. Advanced Russian Conversation and Composition I. 1 Unit.

Provides advanced Russian students the chance to polish, advance, and diversify their skills. Focus on stylistics, syntax, and vocabulary building. Prerequisite: RUSS 302L or permission of the instructor.

RUSS 402L. Advanced Russian Conversation and Composition II. 1 Unit.

Provides advanced Russian students the chance to polish, advance, and diversify their skills. Focus on stylistics, syntax, and vocabulary building. Prerequisite: RUSS 401L or permission of the instructor.

RUSS 485. Independent Study. 0.5 or 1 Units.

RUSS 490. Special Topics in Russian Language and Literature. 1 Unit.

RUSS 499. Senior Project. 1 Unit.