The Center for Slavic and East European Studies at The Ohio State University invites applications for its Master of Art’s in Slavic and East European Studies. The 2-year interdisciplinary MA degree allows students to develop language skills, acquire a theoretical background in the field of Slavic Studies, and expand their understanding of Russia, Central and Southern-Eastern Europe, and Central Asia. As part of the degree, students choose a specialization in a region and discipline. Study-abroad programs and internships are encouraged during the summer. Current languages offered at OSU are: Bosnian-Croatian-Serbian, Modern Greek, Polish, Romanian, Russian, Turkish, and Uzbek. Past specializations include: Russian politics and foreign policy, diplomatic relations between states in Central Asia and the Caucasus, security studies, public health in Russia, and foreign policy and relations between Turkey and the Balkans. Prior coursework in Eastern Europe and/or Eurasia and knowledge of a language is strongly encouraged but not required. CSEES’ MA degree helps to prepare students for careers in government service, the non-profit field, or to continue their education in a PhD program. Over 70% of CSEES graduates have found employment in a related field or continued on to a PhD program. Funding is available for eligible students through Foreign Language and Area Studies Fellowships. More information about the MA program is available at http://slaviccenter.osu.edu/ma and on FLAS Fellowships at http://slaviccenter.osu.edu/funding/flas. For questions, please contact Eileen Kunkler at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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