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:

Required Courses
CEES 224Introduction to Literary Analysis of Central Eastern European Texts3
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.9
Total Hours12

Note: Polish courses, Russian courses, Lithuanian courses, and history courses with a focus on Polish and Russian Studies and 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.