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BA in European Studies
(42–58 hours*)

Program Requirements    |    View MAP

  1. Complete the GE Languages of Learning requirement in a European language.
  2. Complete the following:
  3. Complete the following history requirement:
  4. Complete one of the following disciplinary tracks:

  5. Complete 12 hours of supporting course work. In consultation with the program coordinator, propose a list of advanced courses (typically senior level) that are European focused and that have a coherent logic relative to educational and career goals. This list must then be approved by the European Studies Executive Committee. Note that courses approved for this requirement may not be used to fulfill any other European Studies requirement. Students are strongly encouraged to take Europ 490R (Senior Seminar in European Studies) as part of this requirement.
  6. Complete an exit interview during the final semester. Students come to the interview prepared to lead a discussion on one major European issue of their choice that they've encountered in their program. This could be a current political/economic issue like the European Union or immigration, or it could be a historical/interpretive issue regarding our understanding of European identity, history, culture, etc.

Recommended Courses

These courses can be used to fill the Arts and Letters and Social Science GE requirements or for enrichment electives:

    Arts and Letters

      ArtHC 111.
      Engl 230.
      Hum 101, 201, 202.
      Music 101.
      Phil 110.

    Social Sciences

      Anthr 101.
      Econ 110.
      Pl Sc 150, 170.
      Soc 111

*Hours include courses that may fulfill university core requirements.