As a Russian Major or Minor, you'll be studying one of the top-10 high-frequency languages of the world — one of the six official languages of the United Nations — spoken by the largest ethnic group in Europe.
Thanks to Truman's liberal arts emphasis, your studies will expose you to the arts, literature, language and culture of Russia for a complete understanding of the language.
Upon graduation, Russian majors can communicate with native speakers of Russian, possess a critical appreciation of Russian literature, and are well versed in Russian cultural history. This major prepares you to enter the most competitive U.S. graduate programs.
Total immersion remains the most effective technique for mastering a language. So you'll want to take advantage of our intensive Russian courses in Moscow during both the regular and summer sessions.
Some of our recent graduates have gone on to:
Please join us on Wednesday, April 1 (4:00-5:15 pm) at BH 156 for the presentation of Prof. Maria Antònia Martí Escayol (Universitat Autònoma, Barcelona), who will be taking about the Catalan Question.
Movie Event: Friday, March 20 at 7:00pm in BH 176 Screening of the documentary Las Maestras de la República (with English subtitles) in the Baldwin Little Theater. Come celebrate Women’s History Month with this film about female teachers in Spain fighting for equality in the 1930s. Salsa con Salsa: Saturday, March 21 at 6:00pm in Ryle Main Lounge […]