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Division: Graduate

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Building on an approved thesis proposal, you will research and write on a topic in your field under the guidance of one faculty member who will critique your work as you proceed. The thesis shall be between 60-100 pages in length. You will defend your thesis before a committee composed of at least two faculty members. Prerequisite: RES 7962 and permission of instructor.
3.00
Fall, Summer 1
Graduate
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Building on an approved thesis proposal, you will research and write on a topic in your field under the guidance of one faculty member who will critique your work as you proceed. The thesis shall be between 60-100 pages in length. You will defend your thesis before a committee composed of at least two faculty members. Prerequisite: RES 7962 and permission of instructor.
3.00
Fall, Summer 1
Graduate
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This workshop approach to the logic, design, methods, and execution of ministry-based research guides you in the process of producing a dissertation-project research proposal.
3.00
Summer 1
Graduate
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This workshop approach to the logic, design, methods, and execution of ministry-based research guides you in the process of producing a dissertation-project research proposal.
3.00
Summer 1
Graduate
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You will design and pursue a field-based research project which is reported in dissertation style and format. Prerequisite: RES 9400 and doctoral candidacy status.
6.00
Fall, Spring, Summer 2
Graduate
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You will design and pursue a field-based research project which is reported in dissertation style and format. Prerequisite: RES 9400 and doctoral candidacy status.
6.00
Fall, Spring, Summer 2
Graduate
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Division: Undergraduate

TBD
The first part of the complete basic level of Russian, this course also represents the first semester of first-year Russian for those students not enrolled in full-time Russian study. The student will learn introductory vocabulary as well as the key grammatical aspects of Russian with explanation in English. Students are given an opportunity to practice the concepts conversationally through teacher/student drills, translation exercises and other exercises. Students are encouraged to ask questions and interact with the instructor.
4.00
Fall, Spring
Undergraduate
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The first part of the complete basic level of Russian, this course also represents the first semester of first-year Russian for those students not enrolled in full-time Russian study. The student will learn introductory vocabulary as well as the key grammatical aspects of Russian with explanation in English. Students are given an opportunity to practice the concepts conversationally through teacher/student drills, translation exercises and other exercises. Students are encouraged to ask questions and interact with the instructor.
4.00
Fall, Spring
Undergraduate
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In this second part of the complete basic level of Russian, you will begin to focus on vocabulary, word formation, and grammar, as well as the basic elements of Russian sentence structure, with an emphasis on the development of basic conversational sentences and common constructions used in discourse. You will begin to practice the content conversationally through teacher-student drills, question and answer sessions, and topically-oriented activities, and are encouraged to ask questions and interact with the instructor. Prerequisite: Concurrent enrollment in or completion of RUS 2110
4.00
Fall, Spring
Undergraduate
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TBD
In this second part of the complete basic level of Russian, you will begin to focus on vocabulary, word formation, and grammar, as well as the basic elements of Russian sentence structure, with an emphasis on the development of basic conversational sentences and common constructions used in discourse. You will begin to practice the content conversationally through teacher-student drills, question and answer sessions, and topically-oriented activities, and are encouraged to ask questions and interact with the instructor. Prerequisite: Concurrent enrollment in or completion of RUS 2110
4.00
Fall, Spring
Undergraduate
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