Currently enrolled students in graduate programs at Georgetown University may earn a certificate in Eurasian, Russian and East European Studies. The curriculum for the certificate is individually designed in consultation with the student’s home program. The certificate requires 15 credits and evidence of proficiency in an appropriate language of the region.
To register for the graduate certificate, please fill out the graduate certificate form. Sarah Radomsky, the Supervisor of Academic Programs at CERES, will contact you about further steps.
Undergraduate students, regardless of school or program of study, are eligible for the undergraduate certificate in Eurasian, Russian and East European Studies The certificate complements an ongoing degree program and is awarded upon the successful completion of the following minimum requirements:
- six semester courses (18 credits) chosen from selected course offerings in economics, history, culture and government
- two years of intensive language study appropriate to the region
- completed research project for the interdisciplinary colloquium
To register for the undergraduate certificate, please fill out the undergraduate certificate form. Sarah Radomsky, the Supervisor of Academic Programs at CERES, will contact you about further steps.