Effective Fall 2012Exclusions:
Academic minors in Slavic Languages and Literatures are not open to those electing a concentration or any other academic minor in the department of Slavic Languages and Literatures, nor to those electing a concentration in the Center for Russian, East European, and Eurasian Studies (REES). Students may concurrently pursue an academic minor in both REES and Slavic with the following restrictions:
- REES minors may not count any courses for which Slavic is the home unit
- Slavic minors may not count REES 397 or any courses for which REES is the home unit, which includes SLAVIC 395 and 396.
Students wishing to pursue a minor in the Department of Slavic Languages and Literatures must develop a specific plan for its completion in consultation with the department's designated advisor, Jindrich Toman. Appointments are scheduled online at www.lsa.umich.edu/slavic/undergraduate/advising.
CZECH 241 or equivalent.
16 credits of courses, including CZECH 242 (4 credits) and 12 credits in courses selected from the following two categories, with at least 6 credits from category B.
Category A: Courses on Central European Slavic Culture (no more than 6 credits from Category A may count in the minor):
- SLAVIC 225: Arts and Cultures of Central Europe
- SLAVIC / RCHUMS 312: Central European Cinema
- SLAVIC 423: Central European Literature in the Twentieth Century
Students may count up to 3 credits of Third-Year Czech (CZECH 341 and 342) toward the minor.
Category B: Courses on Czech culture, literature, and cinema (at least 6 credits are required from Category B):
- CZECH / FTVM 315: Czech Cinema
- CZECH 480: Supervised Czech Reading
- CZECH 483: Czech Literature from the Middle Ages to the Enlightenment
- CZECH 484: Modern Czech Literature
- SLAVIC 470: Topics in Cultural Studies of Central, Eastern, and Southern Europe (appropriate sections)
- SLAVIC 490: Issues of the Cultures of Eastern Europe (appropriate sections)