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Russian Language1Russian Language4. A minimum grade point average (GPA) of 2.0 is required for coursesused to fulfill the minor requirements.Minor5. Courses used to fulfill the minor requirements may be applied towardthe Seven-Course Breadth requirement, for Letters & Sciencestudents.The Department of Slavic Languages and Literatures offers a minor inRussian Language. There is no major in Russian Language. Studentswho wish to major in Russian language, literature, or culture shouldchoose the appropriate major track offered by the Slavic Languagesand Literatures major grams/slavic-languages-literatures/).Heritage Speakers of RussianHeritage speakers include those who grew up in Russian speakingfamilies but are without a standard Russian language educationalbackground. Heritage speakers of Russian are not eligible for this minor.However, heritage speakers may choose any of the department's otherminors (see links below).6. No more than one upper division course may be used tosimultaneously fulfill requirements for a student's major and minorprograms.7. All minor requirements must be completed prior to the last day offinals during the semester in which the student plans to graduate.Students who cannot finish all courses required for the minor by thattime should see a College of Letters & Science adviser.8. All minor requirements must be completed within the unit ceiling. (Forfurther information regarding the unit ceiling, please see the CollegeRequirements tab.)RequirementsLower Division PrerequisitesDeclaring the MinorStudents considering a minor track involving language requirements mustsee the undergraduate student services adviser early on to have theirminor study list plan reviewed and approved. Final approval for a minorrests with the major adviser. The paperwork for the minor, called an L&SConfirmation of Minor form, is completed with the undergraduate studentservices adviser no later than the semester before the student's ExpectedGraduation Term (EGT).RUSSIAN 1Elementary Russian5RUSSIAN 2Elementary Russian5RUSSIAN 3Intermediate Russian5RUSSIAN 4Intermediate Russian5Upper Division RequirementsRUSSIAN 103A Advanced Russian& RUSSIAN 103B and Advanced Russian8Select three from the following:Other Minors offered by the Department ofSlavic Languages and LiteraturesArmenian Studies grams/armenian-studies/) (Minor only)East European/Eurasian Languages and/or Cultures ge-literature/) (Minor only)Russian Culture grams/russian-language-literature-culture/) (Minor only)Russian Literature grams/russian-literature/) (Minor only)Slavic Languages and Literatures ograms/slavic-languages-literatures/) (Majoronly)Students who have a strong interest in an area of study outside theirmajor often decide to complete a minor program. These programshave set requirements and are noted officially on the transcript in thememoranda section, but they are not noted on diplomas.General Guidelines1. All minors must be declared no later than one semester before astudent's Expected Graduation Term (EGT). If the semester beforeEGT is fall or spring, the deadline is the last day of RRR week. Ifthe semester before EGT is summer, the deadline is the final Fridayof Summer Sessions. To declare a minor, contact the departmentadvisor for information on requirements, and the declaration process.2. All courses taken to fulfill the minor requirements below must betaken for graded credit.3. A minimum of three of the upper division courses taken to fulfill theminor requirements must be completed at UC Berkeley.RUSSIAN 102 Readings in Specialized Russian [3]RUSSIAN 105AAdvanced Russian/English/Russian Translation [3]or RUSSIAN Advanced105BRussian/English/Russian TranslationSLAVIC 181Readings in Russian Literature [4]SLAVIC 182Pushkin [4]SLAVIC 190Russian Culture Taught in Russian: Country,Identity, and Language [4]The department provides programmatic and individual advising servicesto prospective and current students who are pursuing major and minortracks. Advisers assist with a range of issues including course selection,academic decision-making, achieving personal and academic goals, andmaximizing the Berkeley experience.Students who are looking to explore their options or are ready to declarea major, double major, or minor should contact the undergraduatestudent services adviser.Advising Staff and HoursAmanda [email protected] Dwinelle Hall510-642-4661Book appointments here (https://amandaminafo.youcanbook.me/).Select a subject to view courses: Russian (p. 2) Slavic Languages and Literatures (p. 6)

2Russian LanguageRussianRUSSIAN 4 Intermediate Russian 5 UnitsExpand all course descriptions [ ]Collapse all course descriptions [-]Terms offered: Spring 2021, Spring 2020, Fall 2019Intermediate Russian: Read More [ ]Rules & RequirementsRUSSIAN 1 Elementary Russian 5 UnitsTerms offered: Spring 2021, Fall 2020, Spring 2020Beginner's course.Elementary Russian: Read More [ ]Hours & FormatPrerequisites: Russian 3 or equivalentHours & FormatFall and/or spring: 15 weeks - 5 hours of lecture per weekFall and/or spring: 15 weeks - 5 hours of lecture per weekSummer: 8 weeks - 9.5 hours of lecture per weekAdditional DetailsAdditional DetailsSubject/Course Level: Russian/UndergraduateSubject/Course Level: Russian/UndergraduateGrading/Final exam status: Letter grade. Final exam required.Grading/Final exam status: Letter grade. Final exam required.Formerly known as: Slavic Languages and Literatures 4Formerly known as: Slavic Languages and Literatures 1Intermediate Russian: Read Less [-]Elementary Russian: Read Less [-]RUSSIAN 6A Introductory Russian forHeritage Speakers 3 UnitsRUSSIAN 2 Elementary Russian 5 UnitsTerms offered: Spring 2021, Fall 2020, Spring 2020Elementary Russian: Read More [ ]Rules & RequirementsPrerequisites: Russian 1 or equivalentHours & FormatFall and/or spring: 15 weeks - 5 hours of lecture per weekAdditional DetailsSubject/Course Level: Russian/UndergraduateTerms offered: Fall 2020, Fall 2019, Spring 2018The course is aimed at "heritage speakers" of Russian, i.e., those whogrew up speaking Russian in the family without a full Russian educationaland cultural background. These courses are designed for students whohave speaking and comprehension ability in Russian but have minimumexposure to writing and reading. This course teaches basic skills ofwriting, reading, and grammar. 6A focuses on basic writing and readingability. 6B introduces further knowledge of grammar and syntax anddevelops writing skills. Both 6A and 6B include reading and culturalmaterial. (Students with advanced reading proficiency should considerSlavic 114 or Slavic 190.)Introductory Russian for Heritage Speakers: Read More [ ]Rules & RequirementsGrading/Final exam status: Letter grade. Final exam required.Formerly known as: Slavic Languages and Literatures 2Prerequisites: Basic proficiency in Russian; placement test and consentof instructorElementary Russian: Read Less [-]Hours & FormatRUSSIAN 3 Intermediate Russian 5 UnitsFall and/or spring: 15 weeks - 3 hours of lecture per weekTerms offered: Spring 2021, Fall 2020, Spring 2020Intermediate Russian: Read More [ ]Rules & RequirementsAdditional DetailsSubject/Course Level: Russian/UndergraduatePrerequisites: Russian 2 or equivalentGrading/Final exam status: Letter grade. Final exam required.Hours & FormatFormerly known as: Slavic Languages and Literatures 6AFall and/or spring: 15 weeks - 5 hours of lecture per weekIntroductory Russian for Heritage Speakers: Read Less [-]Additional DetailsSubject/Course Level: Russian/UndergraduateGrading/Final exam status: Letter grade. Final exam required.Formerly known as: Slavic Languages and Literatures 3Intermediate Russian: Read Less [-]

Russian Language3RUSSIAN 6B Introductory Russian forHeritage Speakers 3 UnitsRUSSIAN 20 Intermediate Intensive Russian10 UnitsTerms offered: Fall 2018, Spring 2016The course is aimed at "heritage speakers" of Russian, i.e., those whogrew up speaking Russian in the family without a full Russian educationaland cultural background. These courses are designed for students whohave speaking and comprehension ability in Russian but have minimumexposure to writing and reading. This course teaches basic skills ofwriting, reading, and grammar. 6A focuses on basic writing and readingability. 6B introduces further knowledge of grammar and syntax anddevelops writing skills. Both 6A and 6B include reading and culturalmaterial. (Students with advanced reading proficiency should considerSlavic 114 or Slavic 190.)Introductory Russian for Heritage Speakers: Read More [ ]Rules & RequirementsTerms offered: Prior to 2007This summer session course is equivalent to the second year ofRussian language instruction at Berkeley. An intensive programdesigned to consolidate command of basic grammar and further developcomprehension, speaking, reading and writing skills.Intermediate Intensive Russian: Read More [ ]Rules & RequirementsPrerequisites: Basic proficiency in Russian; placement test and consentof instructorAdditional DetailsPrerequisites: First year RussianHours & FormatSummer: 10 weeks - 20 hours of lecture and 2 hours of laboratory perweekSubject/Course Level: Russian/UndergraduateHours & FormatGrading/Final exam status: Letter grade. Final exam not required.Fall and/or spring: 15 weeks - 3 hours of lecture per weekFormerly known as: Slavic Languages and Literatures 20Additional DetailsIntermediate Intensive Russian: Read Less [-]Subject/Course Level: Russian/UndergraduateGrading/Final exam status: Letter grade. Final exam required.Formerly known as: Slavic Languages and Literatures 6BIntroductory Russian for Heritage Speakers: Read Less [-]RUSSIAN 10 Elementary Intensive Russian 10UnitsTerms offered: Prior to 2007This summer session course is equivalent to the first year of Russianlanguage instruction offered at Berkeley. An intensive program designedto develop students' comprehension and conversation skills whilepresenting the basic grammar of modern, standard Russian. Lecturesand films on Russian culture will be arranged.Elementary Intensive Russian: Read More [ ]Hours & FormatSummer: 10 weeks - 20 hours of lecture and 2 hours of laboratory perweekRUSSIAN 101 Advanced Russian Phoneticsand Oral Performance 1 - 3 UnitsTerms offered: Prior to 2007Aimed at both undergraduate and graduate students, this course helpsstudents to improve their pronunciation, bringing it closer to the nativelevel. The course teaches a whole spectrum of oral speech performance,including phonetics, intonation, and rhetoric, taking into account differentfunctional styles. Course may be taken for 1 unit (5 weeks: basic skills),2 units (10 weeks: advanced skills) or 3 units (15 weeks: advancedphonetics and performance).Advanced Russian Phonetics and Oral Performance: Read More [ ]Rules & RequirementsPrerequisites: Russian 4 or equivalentRepeat rules: Course may be repeated for credit without restriction.Hours & FormatFall and/or spring: 15 weeks - 2-3 hours of lecture per weekAdditional DetailsAdditional DetailsSubject/Course Level: Russian/UndergraduateSubject/Course Level: Russian/UndergraduateGrading/Final exam status: Letter grade. Final exam not required.Grading/Final exam status: Letter grade. Final exam required.Formerly known as: Slavic Languages and Literatures 10Formerly known as: Slavic Languages and Literatures 101Elementary Intensive Russian: Read Less [-]Advanced Russian Phonetics and Oral Performance: Read Less [-]

4Russian LanguageRUSSIAN 102 Readings in SpecializedRussian 3 UnitsTerms offered: Prior to 2007Selected readings in scholarly (scientific and technical), journalistic,and business styles to acquaint the student with the peculiarities ofvocabulary, grammar, and phraseology.Readings in Specialized Russian: Read More [ ]Rules & RequirementsPrerequisites: Russian 4 or equivalentRepeat rules: Course may be repeated for credit up to a total of 6 units.Hours & FormatFall and/or spring: 15 weeks - 3 hours of lecture per weekAdditional DetailsSubject/Course Level: Russian/UndergraduateGrading/Final exam status: Letter grade. Final exam required.Formerly known as: Slavic Languages and Literatures 102Readings in Specialized Russian: Read Less [-]RUSSIAN 103A Advanced Russian 4 UnitsTerms offered: Fall 2020, Fall 2019, Fall 2018Course covers three main aspects of advanced Russian: grammar,syntax, and reading. Grammar is reviewed. Course taught in Russian.Advanced Russian: Read More [ ]Rules & RequirementsRUSSIAN 103B Advanced Russian 4 UnitsTerms offered: Spring 2020, Spring 2019, Spring 2018Course covers three main aspects of advanced Russian: grammar,syntax, and reading. Grammar is reviewed. Course taught in Russian.Advanced Russian: Read More [ ]Rules & RequirementsPrerequisites: Russian 103A, Russian 4, or equivalentRepeat rules: Course may be repeated for credit with instructor consent.Hours & FormatFall and/or spring: 15 weeks - 3 hours of lecture per weekAdditional DetailsSubject/Course Level: Russian/UndergraduateGrading/Final exam status: Letter grade. Final exam required.Advanced Russian: Read Less [-]RUSSIAN 105A Advanced Russian/English/Russian Translation 3 UnitsTerms offered: Spring 2021Advanced training in both oral and written translation skills coveringvarious areas of politics, business, technology, law, science, and culture.Elements of literary and poetic translation.Advanced Russian/English/Russian Translation: Read More [ ]Rules & RequirementsPrerequisites: Russian 1, 2, 3 and 4 or equivalent, or consent ofinstructorPrerequisites: Russian 4 or equivalentRepeat rules: Course may be repeated for credit without restriction.Repeat rules: Course may be repeated for credit with instructor consent.Hours & FormatHours & FormatFall and/or spring: 15 weeks - 3-3 hours of lecture per weekFall and/or spring: 15 weeks - 3 hours of lecture per weekAdditional DetailsAdditional DetailsSubject/Course Level: Russian/UndergraduateSubject/Course Level: Russian/UndergraduateGrading/Final exam status: Letter grade. Final exam required.Grading/Final exam status: Letter grade. Final exam required.Instructor: MuzaAdvanced Russian: Read Less [-]Formerly known as: Slavic Languages and Literatures 105AAdvanced Russian/English/Russian Translation: Read Less [-]

Russian LanguageRUSSIAN 105B Advanced Russian/English/Russian Translation 3 UnitsRUSSIAN 106B Advanced Russian forHeritage Speakers 3 UnitsTerms offered: Spring 2016Advanced training in both oral and written translation skills coveringvarious areas of politics, business, technology, law, science, and culture.Elements of literary and poetic translation.Advanced Russian/English/Russian Translation: Read More [ ]Rules & RequirementsTerms offered: Prior to 2007The course is aimed at "heritage speakers" of Russian, i.e., those whogrew up speaking Russian in the family without a standard Russianeducational background. The advanced course aims at building asophisticated vocabulary, developing advanced reading ability, formalknowledge of grammar, and complete writing competency. This coursefosters student's knowledge and understanding of Russian culture andsociety today. (Students with no or rudimentary reading proficiencyshould consider 6A or 6B by consent of instructor.)Advanced Russian for Heritage Speakers: Read More [ ]Rules & RequirementsPrerequisites: Russian 1, 2, 3 and 4, or equivalent, or consent ofinstructorRepeat rules: Course may be repeated for credit without restriction.Hours & FormatFall and/or spring: 15 weeks - 3-3 hours of lecture per weekPrerequisites: Advanced speaking and reading proficiency in Russian;placement test, and consent of instructorAdditional DetailsHours & FormatSubject/Course Level: Russian/UndergraduateFall and/or spring: 15 weeks - 3 hours of lecture per weekGrading/Final exam status: Letter grade. Final exam required.Additional DetailsInstructor: MuzaSubject/Course Level: Russian/UndergraduateFormerly known as: Slavic Languages and Literatures 105BGrading/Final exam status: Letter grade. Final exam required.Advanced Russian/English/Russian Translation: Read Less [-]Instructor: MuzaRUSSIAN 106A Advanced Russian forHeritage Speakers 3 UnitsFormerly known as: Slavic Languages and Literatures 106BTerms offered: Spring 2021, Spring 2020, Spring 2019The course is aimed at "heritage speakers" of Russian, i.e., those whogrew up speaking Russian in the family without a standard Russianeducational background. The advanced course aims at building asophisticated vocabulary, developing advanced reading ability, formalknowledge of grammar, and complete writing competency. This coursefosters student's knowledge and understanding of Russian culture andsociety today. (Students with no or rudimentary reading proficiencyshould consider 6A or 6B by consent of instructor.)Advanced Russian for Heritage Speakers: Read More [ ]Rules & RequirementsAdvanced Russian for Heritage Speakers: Read Less [-]RUSSIAN 109 Business Russian 3 UnitsTerms offered: Prior to 2007This course is designed for students with a good command of basicRussian who would like to gain the vocabulary of business transactionsin Russian to be able to establish actual contacts with Russianbusinesspeople, to participate in business negotiations, to compilebusiness contracts in Russian, and to read Russian business magazinesand newspapers. Elements of the business law of Russia will also bediscussed.Business Russian: Read More [ ]Rules & RequirementsPrerequisites: Advanced speaking and reading proficiency in Russian,placement test, and consent of instructorPrerequisites: Russian 103B or equivalent; consent of instructorHours & FormatRepeat rules: Course may be repeated for credit without restriction.Fall and/or spring: 15 weeks - 3 hours of lecture per weekHours & FormatAdditional DetailsFall and/or spring: 15 weeks - 3 hours of lecture per weekSubject/Course Level: Russian/UndergraduateAdditional DetailsGrading/Final exam status: Letter grade. Final exam required.Subject/Course Level: Russian/UndergraduateInstructor: MuzaGrading/Final exam status: Letter grade. Final exam required.Formerly known as: Slavic Languages and Literatures 106AFormerly known as: Slavic Languages and Literatures 109Advanced Russian for Heritage Speakers: Read Less [-]Business Russian: Read Less [-]5

6Russian LanguageRUSSIAN 120A Advanced RussianConversation and Communication 2 - 3 UnitsSLAVIC R5A Reading and Composition 4UnitsTerms offered: Spring 2018, Fall 2016, Fall 2015Aimed at fostering advanced conversation and communication skills,this course explores Russian culture through communication. Containsreading, films, vocabulary building, listening exercises, and speakingactivities. The course can be taken for two or three credits; for twocredits, attendance is required for two classes per week; for three credits,three classes per week.Advanced Russian Conversation and Communication: Read More [ ]Rules & RequirementsTerms offered: Spring 2021, Fall 2020, Spring 2020Reading and composition course based on works of Russian and otherSlavic writers, either written in English or translated into English. Asstudents develop strategies of writing and interpretation, they will becomeacquainted with a particular theme in Russian and/or Slavic literaturesand their major voices. R5A satisfies the first half of the Reading andComposition requirement, and R5B satisfies the second half.Reading and Composition: Read More [ ]Rules & RequirementsPrerequisites: Russian 4 or equivalentPrerequisites: Satisfaction of the Entry Level Writing RequirementRepeat rules: Course may be repeated for credit without restriction.Requirements this cou

Russian Language 1 Russian Language Minor The Department of Slavic Languages and Literatures offers a minor in Russian Language. There is no major in Russian Language. Students who wish to major in Russian language, literature, or culture should choose the appropriate major track offered by the Slavic Languages