University of Kansas

Area, Ethnic, Cultural, Gender And Group Studies graduate programs at University of Kansas

University of Kansas offers 7 Graduate degree programs

Students Enrolled in University of Kansas graduate programs : 10202

Composition of students population for Russian, Central European, East European and Eurasian Studies

Masters degree in Russian, Central European, East European and Eurasian Studies awarded to 11 students
International Students 2
Female students 8

Tuition

Russian, Central European, East European and Eurasian Studies Graduate program Tuition for in state students $9,989
Out of State Average Full Time Tuition for Russian, Central European, East European and Eurasian Studies Graduate Program $23,366
Center for Russian, East European Eurasian Studies
area-studies

The Russian, East European & Eurasian Studies MA program is designed as a 30-hour, 2-year degree program in which students may specialize in a specific area of interest (literature and arts, history, political science, philosophy religion, or economics, business, geography. To meet the national need for Russian, East European Eurasian specialists in all sectors by producing students with superior training in language and area studies, providing professional mentoring, enhancement, and opportunity for study and research abroad. REES supports students in their research and intellectual enhancement so that they can become and remain superior teachers, scholars, and mentors.

Our graduate program in Russian, East European Eurasian Studies (REES) offers future professionals a comprehensive and interdisciplinary knowledge of Russia, Ukraine, the South Caucasus, Central Asia, and countries of the West Slavic (Poland, Czech Republic) and South Slavic (Balkan) regions. Students develop language competency appropriate for a range of careers in the government, business, law, international development and non-profit sectors.

Most REES M.A. students have completed an major in the social sciences or humanities prior to beginning their graduate study, but successful REES graduate students have come from any number of other academic disciplines including business, law, and the sciences.

Requirements for the degree include 30 credit hours distributed as follows:.

Successful completion of REES 898 and REES 899, an interdisciplinary M.A. seminar (6 credit hours), develops advanced research skills. REES 898, which is normally taken at the beginning of the degree program, emphasizes learning the tools and methods necessary to study this region of the world. In REES 899, students write an interdisciplinary research paper using materials in the student’s chosen target language. Before enrolling in REES 899, the student must have completed an advanced language course in the target language.

Graduate Certificate in Russian, East European, and Eurasian Studies The University of Kansas
liberal-arts

Major in Russian, East European, and Eurasian Studies.

Minor in Russian, East European, and Eurasian Studies.

Master of Arts in Russian, East European, and Eurasian Studies.

Graduate Certificate in Russian, East European and Eurasian Studies.

Office of Graduate Studies, Lawrence and Edwards Campus Students.

Scholarships and financial aid available for Russian, Central European, East European and Eurasian Studies

Center for Russian, East European Eurasian Studies
scholarship

Award announcements are made in late spring. Awards are subject to change based on funding availability.

Interested in Ukrainian? The Jarosewycz Family Fund will help you get started by paying for your first year! KU students are eligible to receive up to $3,000 towards Ukrainian language classes. Any KU student is eligible and all are encouraged to . Preference will be given to current REES majors and minors, as well as REES M.A. and REES graduate certificate students. No previous knowledge of a foreign language is required. Incoming Freshmen will be given special priority. To receive the award, students must:.

Established by CREES donor Peter Jarosewycz, the Jarosewycz Family Scholarship is awarded to REES affiliated students with strong interests in Ukrainian studies.

Established by CREES donor George C. Jerkovich and awarded to both and graduate students, this award is intended for those who have shown a strong dedication to the study of Southeast Europe and the Former Yugoslavia. Award amount: $1,500 per semester.

Thanks to a generous gift from the Bramlage and Willcoxon Family Foundation, CREES provides an annual fellowship to a student with strong connections to the state of Kansas. Award amount: $4,000 per year.