Prerequisites to the Academic Minor: UKR 251 (with a grade of “C” or better) or equivalent as determined by the Departmental placement examination.
Academic Minor Program: 16 credits of courses, including UKR 252 (4 credits) and 12 credits in courses selected from the following two categories, with at least 6 credits coming from category A.
Category A: Ukrainian Language, Literature, and Culture
At least 6 credits from this category
- UKR 351 (3rd Year Ukrainian I)
- UKR 352 (3rd Year Ukrainian II)
- UKR 421 (Directed Readings in Ukrainian Literature)
- UKR 320 (An Introduction to Ukrainian Poetry)
- UKR 470 (Cultures of Ukraine)
- SLAVIC 490 (Topic: Introduction to Ukrainian Culture)
Category B: Eastern European Slavic Culture
No more than 6 credits from this category
- HISTORY 432 (Medieval and Early Modern Russia)
- SLAVIC 240 (Slavic Folklore)
- SLAVIC 270 (Contact and Conflict: Jewish Experience in Eastern Europe)
- SLAVIC 313 (Russian and Ukrainian Cinema)
- SLAVIC 395 (Survey of Russia: The Russian Empire, the Soviet Union, and the Successor States)
- RUSSIAN 435 (Cultural History of the Russian Jew)
- SLAVIC 490 (Topics: Rock Kills Communism; Revolution the Attic)
- (Up to 3 Credits) Study Abroad, Summer Internships in Ukraine and/or Field Work in Ukrainian Communities in Metro Detroit. The Department offers to help in negotiating summer internships with companies in Ukraine or within local Ukrainian communities.