5: Graduate School of Arts and Sciences

General Information | Programs and Degrees Offered | Admission Information
Financial Assistance | Graduate Academic Regulations
Requirements for Specific Graduate Degrees | Departments and Programs | Faculty

Non-Departmental | Anthropology | Art | Asian and Middle Eastern | Asian Studies | Astronomy
Biochemistry | Biology | Biological and Physical Sciences | Biophysics | Cell and Molecular Biology
Cell Biology | Chemistry | Classics | Commerce | Drama | Economics | English | Environmental Sciences
French | German | Government and Foreign Affairs | Health Evaluation Sciences | History | Linguistics
Mathematics | Microbiology | Molecular Physiology and Biological Physics | Music | Neuroscience
Pharmacology | Philosophy | Physics | Psychology | Religious Studies | Russian and East European Studies
Slavic | Sociology | Spanish, Italian, and Portuguese | Statistics | Surgery

Center for Russian and East European Studies
Course Descriptions | Program Requirements

Center for Russian and East European Studies

103 Levering Hall
(804) 924-3033

The Center for Russian and East European Studies serves as a resource for research and scholarship in the field of Russian and East European studies. The center does not offer courses of its own, but a Certificate in Russian Studies is awarded graduate students who obtain an M.A., a Ph.D., or a professional degree in a department or professional school and meet certain other requirements.

An interdisciplinary graduate degree in Russian studies is offered under the auspices of the Slavic department; for further details see the entry on the Slavic department in this Record.

Students concentrating in Russian or East European studies, regardless of department, are eligible for summer language and year-long fellowships (The Foreign Language Area Studies, or FLAS). Approximately seven such fellowships are awarded annually.

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