The Department of Russian and Slavic Studies is planning a socially distanced graduate curriculum for Fall 2020. While some graduate courses will meet online exclusively, others will combine online and in-person meetings. Students who cannot travel to New York may register for any and all courses, including those with an in-person component, and will be able to complete all coursework remotely. Students will also have access to a rich array of programming through the Jordan Center for the Advanced Study of Russia, which is planning a full slate of online events for 2020-2021.
Doctoral Track: Interdisciplinary Specialization in Russian (ISR)
Since 2009, the Department of Russian and Slavic Studies has administered a new field of doctoral study in History or in Comparative Literature: the Interdisciplinary Specialization in Russian (ISR), encompassing literature, history, and culture, with full funding support for five years of study toward the Ph.D.
Applicants who are admitted will be considered for the Stephen Cohen Fellowship in Russian and Slavic Studies. This prestigious and selective fellowship may be awarded annually to exceptionally accomplished and promising MA students.
To be considered for the Stephen Cohen fellowship, completed applications must be submitted by 2/15/2020
We also draw your attention to Arthur L. Carter Journalism Institute's Global and Joint Program Studies. For further information on combining the study of Russian and journalism at NYU, please contact email@example.com or click here.
Concentration for MA Students in Russian Studies: Concentration in International Relations:
The Russian Studies MA with a Concentration in International Relations is a 34 point program, with 14 points being undertaken in IR coursework. Students write a jointly supervised MA thesis (one advisor from IR and one affiliated with the Department of Russian & Slavic Studies).
Russian Studies MA students with a concentration in IR fulfill the same principal requirements as others in the Russian Studies MA (Defining Russia RUSSN-GA 2121 and the language requirement).
Courses to be taken in IR include:
- Global and International History, INTRL-GA 1600
- International Relations, INTRL-GA 1700
- Master’s Thesis Seminar, INTRL-GA 4000 (2 credits, in place of the Russian & Slavic Department’s option of thesis research independent study)
- one IR elective
For a description of NYU’s Master’s Program in International Relations, click here. Interested applicants may also contact the program’s director Dr. Michael Williams at firstname.lastname@example.org.
For complete Program-Specific Application Requirements for Russian and Slavic Studies, click here.
For more information and for any questions, please contact Rossen Djagalov, Director of Graduate Studies at email@example.com.