The Russian, East European, and Eurasian Studies graduate minor is designed for M.A. or Ph.D. students in other disciplines who desire to complement their degree program with interdisciplinary study of Russia, Eastern Europe, and Eurasia. A program of study can be tailored to the needs and interests of the individual student in consultation with Center staff; for admission to the program contact the Center.
|IS 530||Information Needs of Particular Communities||2 or 4|
Grad Other Degree Requirements
|Other requirements may overlap
|If students take both LIS 530 abd REES 550, credit for one may be applied to the elective requirement.
|A research paper primarily on the region. Normally, this paper would be written in a research seminar course in a disciplinary department. A master’s thesis or doctoral dissertation can be submitted in lieu of the research paper, if it deals primarily with the region. Students are encouraged to present their work in a public forum at the University, such as the REEEC Noontime Scholars lecture series.