Russian Language Courses and the Language Requirement
The College of Arts and Sciences foreign language requirement is explained in a number of College Web pages, e.g. under Graduation Requirements (scroll down to Foreign Language Requirement) and under Foreign Languages.
The Russian Language Program offers these courses for satisfying the A & S language requirement:

Under Option 1a:
  • any 3-credit/unit (or more) RussA course numbered 2203 (RussA 2203) and above, but not RussA 3300 (Directed Study)
Under Option 2 (11 credit hours):
  • in two semesters: 1103 + 1121 in the Fall, 1104 + 1122 in the Spring
  • in three semesters: 1121 in the Fall, 1122 in the Spring, 2203 the following Fall
  • in four semesters: 1121 in the Fall, 1122 in the Spring, 1125 the following Fall, 1126 the following Spring
Note that some Russian Literature courses (the RussL series) may also be used to satisfy the foreign language requirement under Option 1b.
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Dept. of Comparative literature • Russian Language Program • 240 Goldwin Smith Hall • Cornell University • Ithaca, NY 14853-4701, USA
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