Beginning Russian II - RUS 102 at Virginia Western Community College


         
 
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RUS 102 - Beginning Russian II
Develops the understanding, speaking, reading, and writing of Russian, and emphasizes the structure of the language. May include oral drill and practice. Part II of II. This is a UCGS transfer course.
Lecture 4 hours. Total 4 hours per week.
Prerequisites: RUS 101, or two years of successful completion of high school Russian, or demonstrated experiential learning, or by placement test, or equivalent.
4 credits

Schedule at Virginia Western Community College

Not scheduled
Class # Section Credits Day Time Start Location Mode
41502 RUS 102-NV1 4
       
0:00 a.m.-0:00 a.m.
2024-09-09 Virtual Distance Learning WW
2nd twelve-week online course offered by NOVA Online. NOVA Online courses are 100% online requiring students to have reliable access to a computer and internet service. This class has no scheduled meeting times. Due dates can be found in the syllabus. This is a digital open course. No textbook purchase required. Optional online virtual class meetings will be held, days and times TBA. Starts September 9. Students must register by September 8.
This course may require proctored testing as described in the course syllabus. A student may request an alternative proctoring method, but the student will be responsible for any additional fees associated with the alternative method.
Access to a personal computer and internet are required for this online course. For information on the required minimum computer specifications visit: https://www.virginiawestern.edu/online/computer-access/
See College Catalog for course requisite(s).
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