Graduate students in other departments are invited to minor in the Slavic program, selecting from one of the following established programs. (Note: on the transcript, all of these options appear as a doctoral minor in Slavic Languages and Literatures.)

Minor track in Polish
Minor track in Russian
Minor track in Serbo-Croatian

MINOR TRACK IN POLISH

Contact: Professor Halina Filipowicz 

12 credits as follows:

Required: SLAVIC 302 Zarys historii literatury polskiej (must be taken before any other courses)
Remaining credits from SLAVIC 470 Historia literatury polskiej do roku 1863, SLAVIC 472 Historia literatury polskiej po roku 1863, SLAVIC 799 Independent Study; students may also take either SLAVIC 331 Fourth Year Polish I or SLAVIC 332 Fourth Year Polish II in this category.

MINOR TRACK IN RUSSIAN

Contact:  Professor Irina Shevelenko

12 credits as follows:

At least 6 credits in 700- or 900-level Slavic courses in Russian literature
Remaining credits may be taken in 400-level Slavic courses in Russian literature and up to one of the following: SLAVIC 321 Fourth Year Russian I, SLAVIC 332 Fourth Year Polish II, SLAVIC 802 The Structure of Russian.

MINOR TRACK IN SERBO-CROATIAN

Contact: Tomislav Longinovic

12 credits as follows:

SLAVIC 341 First Semester Intensive Serbo-Croatian
SLAVIC 342 Uvod u srpsku i hrvatsku literaturu
SLAVIC 449 Istorija srpske i hrvatske literature
SLAVIC 454 Moderna srpska i hrvatska literatura

Faculty: Professors Bethea, Danaher, Dolinin, Evans-Romaine, Filipowicz, Longinovic, van de Water; Associate Professors Reynolds, Shevelenko