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Russian

Students with previous university-level study of Russian may use the following guidelines to make decisions about course enrollment. Students who have placed themselves in a course that is not suitable for them will be advised to switch to a different level in the first week of class at the discretion of the instructor. If you are a heritage speaker of Russian or have no previous university-level study of Russian or are otherwise unsure which course you should start in, contact Prof. Jahn (gjahn@umn.edu).

Previous Study Take
No previous college-level study of Russian, but informal familiarity with Russian, or high school study only (1 year or less). Russ 1101
One semester of formal college- or university-level Russian (at least four hours per week in class with a grade of C or better) Russ 1102
Two semesters of formal college- or university-level Russian (at least four hours per week in class with a grade of C or better) Russ 3001
Three semesters formal college- or university-level Russian (at least four hours per week in class with a grade of C or better)    Russ 3002
Four semesters of formal college- or university-level Russian (at least four hours per week in class with a grade of C or better) Russ 3101
Five semesters of formal college- or university-level Russian (at least four hours per week in class with a grade of C or better) Russ 3102