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Ba slavic studies in Boston college

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Acquiring a broad based understanding (history, literature, culture) of scholarship about Russia, including the former Soviet Union, and the Slavicspeaking nations and societies of Eastern Europe.A student should have one principal cultural/geographic area and one secondary area. Working ability in a Slavic language at or above the intermediate level.

Common Application, Boston college Writing supplement, School Report and Counselor Recommendation, 2 Teacher Evaluations, Mid Year report, Official Transcript

Interpreter, Translator, Language Teacher/Instructor, Russian Linguist, Cryptologic Linguists, Mobile Game Localization and Community ManagementRussian, Technical InterpreterWriter, Medical Interpreter, Interpreter Russian, Ukrainian, Bosnian, Serbian

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