High intermediate coursework of a major European language (including Russian) is required at the time of application to the European and Eurasian Studies program.
Applicants may meet the language requirement in one of the following ways:
- 4 semesters (or equivalent) of upper-intermediate, college-level language coursework
- Certification from a language institute, professor, or tutor detailing your high intermediate proficiency
- Native language experience
Course background in economics (micro- and macroeconomics) is a prerequisite to help prepare students to complete the graduate-level economics course required within the M.A. in European and Eurasian Studies curriculum. Coursework must be successfully completed through an accredited institution in:
- Introductory Microeconomics
- Introductory Macroeconomics
- Principles in Economics
In some cases, a student may be admitted who has not fulfilled the economics requirement*; in which case, the student is required to take coursework at an accredited college/university prior to enrollment at the Elliott School.
*Spring applicants are required to have completed this prerequisite at the time of application.