The Master of Arts program in Russian and Slavonic Studies offers advanced study in the literature and culture of Russia. Course offerings are primarily in literature, but reflect a variety of interrelated fields, including religion, philology, intellectual history and philosophy. In two years of coursework, students receive training in the theory and history of Russian literature and culture in general, as well as an introduction to the history of the language.
Before applying, please send an informal letter of intent or inquiry to Dr. Barabtarlo at either the physical address or e-mail address to the right.
Fall deadline: January 1 (domestic); December 15 (international)
Spring deadline: September 1 (domestic); May 1 (international)
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Note: No language other than English and Russian is required for admission.