The countries covered by the Slavic & East European Studies program comprise a territory of more than one-fifth the landmass of the globe and are home to more than 300 million people. Many of the nations have rapidly growing and developing economies. Expertise in any field, together with in-depth knowledge of these countries and cultures, provides students with powerful and competitive resumes suited to today's global job market. Careers in fields such as international business, teaching, international organizations, religious affairs, law, the fine arts, and positions in the U.S. government.
For more information contact Dr. Michael Long, Advisor for Slavic & East European Studies