Graduate Study in the Department of Slavic Languages and Literature
The Slavic Department at UW-Madison currently has the following programs available for graduate students:
- MA/PhD in Slavic Languages and Literature (Track in Russian Literature and Culture)
- MA/PhD in Slavic Languages and Literature (Track in Comparative Slavic Cultures)
[program in development]
- PhD Minor with tracks in Polish, Russian, and Serbo-Croatian
Other related programs are available in collaboration with or independently of the Slavic Department:
- MA in Area Studies: Russian, East European, and Central Asian Studies (REECAS)
- PhD in Second Language Aquisition
Prospective Graduate Students
Applicants to the graduate program in the Department of Slavic Languages and Literature should apply directly for the PhD. We do not ordinarily accept students seeking a terminal MA. Note that all students apply simultaneously to the Slavic Department and to the Graduate School at the University of Wisconsin-Madison, and students must conform to Graduate School policies and procedures.
The following guide to the graduate program in the Department of Slavic Languages and Literature contains details on the application process, the structure of the program, and funding resources. It is provided as a reference for prospective and current students.
Current Graduate Students
The information above (especially Degree Requirements, Required Coursework, Independent Study, and Funding) is provided for your reference, but is not meant to replace the official Guide to Graduate Studies in the Slavic Department (see below), which you received from the department administrator in your first semester of study. The following links are provided for the benefit of current graduate students in the Department of Slavic Languages and Literature:
Guide to Graduate Study in the Slavic Department (degree requirements for students admitted Fall 2012 and earlier)
Graduate School Catalog (courses and other information)