Minor in Central and Eastern European Studies
Students from other disciplines who want to minor in Central and Eastern European Studies must complete 12 semester hours, including:
|Introduction to Literary Analysis of Central Eastern European Texts
|or CEES 225
|Introduction to Central and Eastern European Cultures
|Nine hours of course work in Central and Eastern European Studies at the 100, 200, 300, or 400 level. A minimum of 6 semester hours must be at the 200 level or above.
Note: Polish courses, Russian courses, Lithuanian courses, and history courses with a focus on Polish Studies, Russian Studies, and Central and East European Jewish Studies may be used to satisfy the 9-semester-hour requirement, as approved by the director of undergraduate studies. No more than 3 hours in courses cross listed with the Department of History may be applied to the minor.