Columbia University’s Russian Practicum (June 6 – July 1 and July 5 - August 1, 2005) offers three intensive courses in Russian language (beginning, intermediate and advanced). Language courses accommodate undergraduate and graduate students, high school students and working professionals, with a variety of backgrounds and reasons for studying Russian. Students may earn up to 8 credits in the full 8-week program.
We also offer literature and research courses that do not require previous study of Russian, and are designed for undergraduate, graduate and high school students. Courses offered: Working in the Russian Archives (in English, 2 credits), The Great Russian Novel (in English, 3 credits), and War in Russian Literature and Cinema (in English, 3 credits).
Language and content courses may be taken individually or in any combination.
The Russian Practicum welcomes applications from high school students.
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