Jul 01, 2022  
2021-2022 Undergraduate Bulletin 
    
2021-2022 Undergraduate Bulletin

Central and Eastern European Studies Minor


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Cynthia Klima, Coordinator (Welles Hall 206C)

The Central and Eastern European Studies Minor is designed for students who desire an interdisciplinary study of the countries whose impact on world politics is ever-evolving. Newly-independent states of the former Warsaw Pact, the former Yugoslavia as well as Germany and Austria are included in this realm of study. As interest grows in these regions to establish economic and educational entities, knowledge of languages, cultures, politics and history becomes more crucial. These are markets whose economic and political climate remains precarious as the face of Europe changes. This minor will prepare students for issues that will continue to develop and have an impact not only on the United States, but also on the entire world.

Total Credits Required to Complete Minor: 21


Basic Requirements: (15 Credits)


Electives: (6 Credits)


Choose one course from the Social Sciences and one from Art History or Languages and Literatures. One of the two courses must be at 300-level. or above. Note that a topics course may be used when offered with subtitles appropriate to central Eastern Europe.

Social Sciences - Choose one course


Footnotes


*Students need to complete prerequisites for courses marked with asterisks.
No more than three courses from one prefix can be applied to the Central and Eastern European Studies Minor.

Directed Study, Slot, Experimental, or New Courses concerning Central and/or Eastern Europe may be applied to the minor with prior approval from the Coordinator.

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