This program is part of the World Languages Department.
See these strange letters? They’re Russian. It reads, “dasvidaniya,” which is Russian for “till we meet again.”
Russian, an East Slavic language, is the principal language spoken in Russia and its former Soviet republics, like Belarus, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, and more. It’s the most geographically widespread language of Eurasia and is spoken by nearly 300 million people. It is the most widely spoken of the Slavic languages and the largest native language in Europe. Interesting, isn't it?
The Russian program at MCC offers two tracks:
Conversation Track – emphasizes speaking and listening skills. It is for tourists and those desiring minimal conversational ability only. Some of these courses are related to specific areas of employment, such as Spanish for Health Personnel.
Foundation Track – prepares students for courses above the 200-level at any university. The courses 101, 102, 201, 202 are university equivalent. This track is also for those desiring a balanced program. The four skills included: listening, speaking, reading, and writing.
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|Degree / Certificate||Title||Course List|
|Academic Certificate (AC)||Language Studies||Course List|
|At MCC, get an...||Transfer to...||To get a...|
|Associate in Arts||Arizona State University||Bachelor of Arts in Russian|
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Before signing up for classes, you’ll want to meet with an academic advisor. Together, you’ll lay out a program and career path that suits you best. This step is essential to your academic success.
Advising for the Russian program is available through the World Languages department. You can also contact Academic Advisement for general advising. Both will help you determine the exact courses you need to get the education you’re looking for.