|Levels Offered||1st, 2nd, 3rd, 4th year||Full course list *|
|Minor Available||Yes||More details|
|Placement Test||Required for students with previous knowledge||More details|
|* Not all courses are offered every term, please check Carleton Central and/or the Public Class Schedule for course availability.|
About the Language
Russian is one of the 5 official languages of the United Nations. It is spoken by about 150 million people who live in the Russian Federation, the largest country by area in the world. Russian, with Belarusian and Ukrainian, belongs to the East Slavic group of the Indo-European family of languages. Russian is the most widely spoken of the Slavic languages as well as being the most widely spoken language of Europe.
Space in language courses is limited. Register as early as possible. If the course is full when you attempt to register, please submit a Course Registration Override Request or, if applicable, add your name to a waitlist on Carleton Central. Click here to learn more about how waitlisting works.
If you want to learn more about the requirements of each course, look over the course previews in the drop-down list below.
If you want to learn more about the requirements of each course, look over the course previews in the list below.
- RUSS 1010 – 1st Year Russian I
- RUSS 1020 – 1st Year Russian II
- RUSS 2010 – 2nd Year Russian I
- RUSS 2020 – 2nd Year Russian II
- RUSS 4115 – 4th Year Russian for Social Studies
- RUSS 4020 – 4th Year Russian II
IMPORTANT: These previews will give you an idea of the types of assignments, readings, and instructor expectations you may encounter in the course. However, please be aware that these documents are NOT OFFICIAL COURSE OUTLINES. The actual courses you take may differ considerably from the descriptions provided in the previews.