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Welcome to the Russian Studies Program!
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Russian is the official language of 148 million people in the Russian Federation. It is also an invaluable tool for anyone interested in the newly independent republics formerly part of the Soviet Union: Ukraine, Belarus, Moldova, Estonia, Latvia, Lithuania, Georgia, Armenia, Azerbaijan, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Tadzhikistan, Turkmenistan, and Uzbekistan. The demise of the Communist Party has brought the 380 million citizens of the former Soviet Union into a wider world of politics, culture, economics, business, and commerce. A knowledge of Russian can be a valuable asset to students in virtually any major. Never have the Russians themselves been more open and eager to communicate with people from other countries who can speak their language.
WHERE ARE OUR RUSSIAN STUDIES GRADUATES?
Here are some of the career paths taken by our Russian BA graduates of the past seven years:
MA program in Slavic Studies, Stanford
Stanford University Law School
PhD program in Slavic Studies, Yale
CU-Boulder Law School
University of Texas Law School
MA program in International Security, Georgetown
MA program in Slavic and East European Studies, Georgetown
MA program in Communications, City University of London
MA program in Journalism, New York University
Cornell University Law School
Special Education teacher, Denver
PhD program in Slavic Studies, Columbia
MA program in Human Resources, London School of Economics
Foreign Service Officer, Campala
Chief Editor, Alfa Bank, Moscow
Several English teachers, Russia
Assistant Manager, English Publication, Research Support, KDB Daewoo Securities
Public Health associate, Centers for Disease Control
US Department of Defense, IT and Russian specialist;
US Air Force Logistics Readiness Officer
- Faculty and Staff
- Programs & Degrees
- Scholarships, Awards, & Honors
- Events Calendar and Activities
- Study Abroad
- Tutors and Translators
- Campus Resources
Department of Germanic and Slavic
Languages and Literatures
276 UCB, McKenna 129
University of Colorado
Boulder, CO 80309-0276
Telephone: (303) 492-7404
Fax: (303) 492-5376