2012 – 2013
Office of Admissions
Emil H. Messikomer Hall
100 W. Rosedale Avenue
West Chester, PA 19383
Revised September 2011
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114 Main Hall
Alice Speh, Coordinator
This program is offered jointly by the faculty of arts and sciences and the faculty of professional studies.
Any student in the University, regardless of his or her area of specialization, may earn a minor specialization in Russian studies after satisfactory completion of 18 semester hours of work, distributed as follows:
Required: Either A or BA.
C. Electives (6 semester hours)
For advising, see Dr. Alice Speh in the Department of Languages and Cultures.
A student should maintain a 3.0 average in area-studies courses to be recommended for graduate work in the area-studies concentration.