Courses of Instruction in Russian

Please note that Russian courses beyond RUS 202 are offered upon sufficient enrollments.   If we are unable to offer such courses,  we suggest the following options :

  1. Find another institution around Grand Rapids or the larger West Michigan area and take these classes and then transfer them to GVSU.
  2. Study abroad and transfer credits.   
  3. Find a summer program in an intensive format and then transfer.  
  4. Ask an instructor to work with you on an independent study (entirely bases on instructor’s decision).

RUS 101 - Elementary Russian I


An introduction to Russian pronunciation and grammar. Offered fall semester.

Credits: 4

 

RUS 102 - Elementary Russian II


Continuation of RUS 101. Offered winter semester. Prerequisites: C (not C-) or better in RUS 101, or credit.

Credits: 4

 

RUS 180 - Special Topics in Russian


Course content varies. Expectations of students approximate those in other 100-level courses. May be repeated for credit when content differs. Offered on sufficient demand.

Credits: 1 to 4

 

RUS 201 - Intermediate Russian I


Continued study of grammar and vocabulary aimed at the mastery of more difficult reading and conversation. Offered fall semester. Prerequisites: C (not C-) or better in RUS 102, or credit.

Credits: 4

 

RUS 202 - Intermediate Russian II


Continuation of RUS 201. Fulfills World Perspectives. Offered winter semester. Prerequisites: C (not C-) or better in RUS 201, or credit.

Credits: 4

 

 

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