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The Department of Slavic Languages offers sequential degrees (MA/MPhil/PhD) in Russian, Czech, Polish, South Slavic, and Ukrainian literature. For the MA degree, students work in their primary literature. For the MPhil degree, students do more advanced work in their major field. Students earning a PhD in Russian literature may choose to complete either a minor in a related field or the concentration in Comparative Literature and Society. Students earning a PhD in Czech, Polish, South Slavic, or Ukrainian literature must complete a concentration in Comparative Literature and Society.

The doctoral programs are rigorous, requiring extensive study of the literature from the middle ages to the present, with some fundamental grounding in the region's history, linguistics, and culture. At the same time, the department provides training to equip students with sophistication in literary theory and literary analysis. PhD candidates in the department complete their program prepared to conduct serious scholarship in the field and to teach both language and literature at all levels. The training in the minor field or the concentration in Comparative Literature and Society broadens the candidate's range to include other literary traditions, other modes of cultural expression, and other disciplines.

The Institute for Comparative Literature and Society (ICLS) at Columbia acts as an interdisciplinary institute bringing together faculty and students from different departments, but it is not itself a department and it does not have independent degree programs. Students who wish to study Comparative Literature with a focus on Russian, Czech, Polish, South Slavic, or Ukrainian literature should apply directly to the program in Slavic Languages and also indicate their interest in the Institute for Comparative Literature and Society on the application. Successful applicants complete the MA in a Slavic literature and then incorporate a concentration in Comparative Literature and Society into their studies at the MPhil level. For more details, see the ICLS website.

The Harriman Institute is a center for Russian, Eurasian, and East European studies at Columbia that draws together faculty and students from different divisions and schools. Students in the Slavic graduate programs who are interested in area studies may want to pursue a Harriman Certificate. This certificate is open to graduate students in the sequential PhD programs and the free-standing MA programs.

Qualified applicants who do not intend to continue beyond the MA degree may apply for admission as candidates for the free-standing MA program in Slavic Languages. In addition to the free-standing MA degree in Slavic Languages, the department offers free-standing MA degrees in Russian Translation and in Slavic Cultures.

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Graduate School of Arts and Sciences

Pilihan kuliah

Purna Waktu (7 tahun)

Biaya kuliah
US$47.600,00 (Rp 683.940.600) per tahun
USD $23,800 per semester
Tanggal mulai

8 September 2020

Tempat

Columbia University

116th Street, 2960 Broadway,

New York,

10027, United States

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Other English Language Requirements:  The minimum TOEFL score expected is 600 (written) or 250 (computer version).

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Applicant must have the equivalent of the U.S. baccalaureate degree with a superior examination record and can understand rapid idiomatic English and can speak, write and read English with a high degree of facility are eligible for admission.

English Language Requirement

Applicant must have TOEFL score of 600 on paper-and-pencil test, 100 on the internet-based test and IELTS score of 7.5

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