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Academic Foundations 003
African-American and African Studies 014
Allied Health Technologies 045
American Studies 050
Ancient and Medieval Civilizations 060
Anthropology 070
Arabic 074
Archaeology 075
Art (Art 080, B.F.A. Visual Arts 081, Art History 082, Arts Management 084)
Biological Sciences
Central and Eastern European Studies (CEES) 149
Chemistry 160
Clinical Laboratory Sciences 191
Computer Science 198
Criminal Justice 202
Earth and Environmental Sciences (Geology 460)
Economics 220
Urban Education 300
English (350 and 352)
Environmental Sciences 375
French 420
Geoscience Engineering 465
Greek 490
Hebraic Studies 500
History (History 510, American 512)
Honors 525
Human-Computer Interaction 531
International Affairs
Italian 560
Journalism and Media Studies 570
Korean 574
Latin 580
Legal Studies
Linguistics 615
Mathematics (Mathematics 640, Statistics 960)
Medical Technology 660
Microbiology
Music (Music 700, Music Performance 701)
Philosophy 730
Physics 750
Political Science 790
Portuguese and Lusophone World Studies 810
Psychology 830
Puerto Rican Studies 836
Religious Studies 840
Slavic 861
Minor Requirements
Courses (Russian 860)
Social Work 910
Sociology 920
Spanish 940
Speech 950
Television
Theater Arts, Television and Media Arts (Theater Arts 965, Speech 950)
Urban Studies 975
Women's Studies 988
Administration and Faculty
Consortium with New Jersey Institute of Technology
Rutgers Business School: Undergraduate-Newark
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Catalogs
  Newark Undergraduate Catalog 2006-2008 Liberal Arts Colleges Academic Programs and Courses Slavic 861 Courses (Russian 860)  

Courses (Russian 860)

21:860:101-102Elementary Russian (3,3) Training in pronunciation, grammar, simple composition, and reading of elementary prose. Intended for students with little or no previous knowledge of Russian. Both terms must be completed to receive credit.
21&62:860:131,132Intermediate Russian (3,3) Grammar review and selected reading in literature and other cultural areas. Prerequisite: 21:860:102 or equivalent as determined by a placement examination.
21&62:860:203Russian Grammar and Composition (3) Advanced grammar review, composition, and diction.
21&62:860:204Russian Composition and Conversation (3) Intensive practice in oral and written Russian. Prerequisite: 21:860:203 or permission of instructor.
21&62:860:205,206Introduction to Russian Literature (3,3) Russian literary history; some major authors are analyzed; readings in the original language. Prerequisite: 21&62:860:132 or equivalent.
21&62:860:269Dostoevsky and Tolstoy in English Translation (3) A multidimensional examination of the principal works in the context of the historical, intellectual, and aesthetic forces and influences of the 19th century.
21&62:860:307Advanced Russian Grammar, Conversation, and Composition (3) For prospective teachers and others who wish to acquire more fluency in spoken and written Russian. Prerequisites: 21&62:860:203,204.
21&62:860:311,312Russian Literature in English Translation (3,3) Literary analysis of representative works of Russian literature: authors include Pushkin, Lermontov, Gogol, Turgenev, Dostoevsky, Tolstoy, Chekhov, and Zamyatin. Prerequisite: 21&62:350:101-102.
21&62:860:313,314English Translation (3,3) Analysis of representative works of Czech, Polish, Serbo-Croatian, and Ukrainian writers. Prerequisites: 21&62:350:101-102.
21&62:860:322Russian Short Story (3) Reading, analysis, and discussion of 19th- and 20th-century Russian short stories.
21&62:860:323Russian Civilization (3) Relationships among society, literature, art, and music in the 19th and 20th centuries.
21&62:860:324History of Slavic Languages (3) Development of the Slavic languages from Old Church Slavonic, with particular emphasis on the development of the Russian language.
21&62:860:332Russian Poetry (3) Selected poetry from the 18th to the 20th century.
21&62:860:341,342The Russian Novel (3,3) Representative novellas and major novels of the 19th century.
21&62:860:347Russian Drama (3) Reading and analysis of the major works of Russian drama, from the 18th century to the present, in Russian and English.
21&62:860:355,356Individual Study in Slavic (3,3) Individual study for students interested in specialized study or research in Slavic languages or literatures. Prerequisite: Permission of department chairperson or instructor.
21&62:860:485Seminar in Slavic (3) Reading and research in a specific aspect of Slavic languages, literatures, and cultures; presentation of a critical paper.
 
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