Apr 15, 2024  
2023-2024 Undergraduate Bulletin 
    
2023-2024 Undergraduate Bulletin

European Studies Minor


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Cynthia Klima, Coordinator (Welles Hall 206C)

The European Studies Minor is designed for students who desire an interdisciplinary study of Europe, from Great Britain to Russia, and from Scandinavia to the Balkan regions. Courses are wide-ranging, encompassing various European languages, history, politics, philosophy, and cultures. The European Union and non-affiliated countries will continue to influence political relations, climate change, and the economy for the foreseeable future. The choice of courses is wide-ranging and will give the student of European Studies well-rounded knowledge of a continent with almost 10% of the world’s population and over 200 languages. 

Total Credits Required to Complete Minor: 20-23


Electives: (12-15 Credits)


Choose a minimum of 12 hours from the elective courses below. At least one must be at the 300-level. All elective courses must have different prefixes.

Arts, Literature, Languages - Choose at least one course


Footnotes


*Students need to complete prerequisites for courses marked with asterisks.

  • HUMN 220  or HUMN 221  for General Education cannot count toward the minor. The student must choose an additional HUMN course or EURO 217 .
  • No more than one elective course from any prefix can be applied to this minor.
  • Directed Study, Slot, Experimental, Internships, Courses with appropriate Subtitle, or New Courses concerning Europe may be applied to the minor with prior approval from the Coordinator.
  • At least ONE elective course must be at the 300-400 level.
  • Students testing into a 300-400 level language course may use that course instead of (LANG) 213 and for the 300-400 level elective requirement.

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