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Polish Studies at Ohio State University
The InstitutionOne of the largest universities in America enrolling almost 50,000 students. Few universities can match our breadth of academic offerings and related interdisciplinary opportunities, including 176 undergraduate majors, instructional areas, 220 graduate f ields of study, and professional programs. It views itself as a student-centered research university that consistently ranks among the top national public universities for undergraduate, graduate, and professional programs.
Center for Slavic and East European StudiesFounded in 1965 as a United States Department of Education-funded (Title VI) Comprehensive National Resource Center based at Ohio State University, the Center promotes East European area and language studies at the University. It develops new courses and funds existing classes, sponsors lectures, administers an East European studies M.A. program, supervises exchange programs with foreign universities, provides monies for library acquisitions, awards fellowships to graduate students, and maintains a large video library. The University regularly offers instruction in Polish and five other East European languages. @
Degree Porgrams in Slavic & East European StudiesThe Undergraduate International Studies Program offers several degrees in Slavic & East European Studies. These include a Bachelor of Arts, a Master of Arts, a dual Master of Arts in in Slavic Studies with work in a disciplinary field (these are available in geography, history, history of art, music, political science, and sociology, as well as in Slavic and Eastern European languages and literatures) and a joint Law/Slavic & East European Studies MA Degree. @
Polish Studies and Language Instruction
Study AbroadThe Unoversity's Summer Program in Poland is designed to introduce social work majors and other students to the eastern European system of social welfare, with special attention given to social work policy and practice in Poland. Also to the history, cult ure, and society of Poland. The four week summer program is to consist of an orientation session in Columbus, Ohio and three weeks of lectures and agency visits in Cracow, Poland. Lectures in English by faculty from Ohio State University and Jagiellonian University. Field trips to Warsaw and other sites of cultural interest.
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