Courses in the KU Slavic, German, and Eurasian Studies
The Department of Slavic, German, and Eurasian Studies regularly offers instruction in Bosnian-Croatian-Montenegrin-Serbian, Czech, German, Persian, Polish, Russian, Turkish, and Ukrainian. You can find course listings for these under their respective language pages.
The department offers a large number of courses taught in English about the cultures, literature, and film of these nations, as well as courses about the linguistic structures of Slavic languages.
Not all the courses listed here are taught regularly, so students are advised to check the current listing of courses online. Students who do not find courses currently offered should contact the Department to find out when they will be offered in the future.
*SLAV courses discuss broad themes in the literatures and cultures of Russia and Eastern Europe. At the 100-500 level they are generally taught in English. Many courses at that level fulfill the Learning Outcomes of the KU CORE. Many of the courses at the 500 level do not have specific Slavic Department prerequisites, and can be taken by Juniors and Seniors from a variety of departments.
At the 600 level, courses may be taught in English or the target language, and students with the prerequisite reading skills are generally expected to complete the reading assignments in the target language.