(a) Completion of the third-year course (or the equivalent) in Czech, Polish, Serbo-Croatian, or Ukrainian language.
(b) Two courses in literature of the chosen region (in the original or in translation)
(c) Two courses in Slavic/East European history
(d) One course in Slavic/East European politics
(e) One course on the relevant region in any discipline (history, art history, geography, sociology, economics, literature, political science, etc.)
(f) Two semesters of a senior research seminar or the equivalent in independent study with research to be conducted predominantly in Russian language sources.
NOTE: A student in this major should design her program in close consultation with her advisor in order to insure intellectual and regional coherence.