[College of Arts and Sciences]
EAST AND CENTRAL EUROPEAN STUDIES MINOR (ECE)Professor Andrew Drozd, Coordinator
Office: 210 B. B. Comer Hall Requirements for the minor in East and Central European studies. The minor in East and Central European studies is interdisciplinary and includes coursework in the humanities, the social sciences, and foreign language. There are two tracks, one emphasizing Russia and Eastern Europe and the other emphasizing Germany and Central Europe. Both require 18 hours of humanities and social science courses and two semesters of a foreign language. A minimum of 6 hours at the 300 or 400 level must be earned on this campus. Following are the courses acceptable in each track. Russia and Eastern Europe track. Acceptable courses are EC 453, GY 246, GY 349, HY 361 or RUS 351, HY 362 or RUS 352, PSC 333, PSC 342, PSC 433, PSC 436, RUS 223, RUS 224, RUS 251, RUS 252, and any Russian culture or literature courses numbered 300 or above. Students in this track should take RUS 101 and RUS 102, or RUS 111. Alternatively, they may take two semesters of one of the Eastern European languages offered through the Critical Languages Center. Germany and Central Europe track. Acceptable courses are EC 453, GY 246,HY 352, HY 353, HY 354, HY 355, PSC 432, PSC 433, GN 251, GN 270, and any German culture or literature courses numbered 300 and above. Students in this track should take GN 101 and GN 102, or GN 111. Alternatively, they may take two semesters of one of the Central European languages offered through the Critical Languages Center.