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2017 - 2018 Undergraduate Catalog 
2017 - 2018 Undergraduate Catalog [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

European Studies, Minor

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A minor in European Studies provides interdisciplinary exposure to Europe’s history, culture, and politics, emphasizing both Europe’s regional specificity and its historical and contemporary interactions with other global regions. Proficiency in one European foreign language prepares students culturally and linguistically for professions in the public and private spheres in the US and Europe.

Minors must have the following prerequisites, which do not count toward the 18 required credit hours: HIST 111 - History of Europe to 1715  and HIST 112 - History of Europe since 1715 , or an AP score of 4 or 5 in European History; 202 or equivalent in one European language.

Core Requirements:

Line 1. Core Course In European Studies

Lines 4 and 5: European Literatures and Cultures (Choose Two)

Choose two courses at the 300 level or higher in one European literature/culture, from the lists below. These courses must be taught in a European language other than English and must be courses on the literatures/cultures of these countries, as opposed to courses on language.

All literature/culture courses carry 202 as a prerequisite. Other prerequisites are indicated in brackets.




Line 6: The Elective

Choose one course from the list of electives that fulfill lines 10-11 for the major in European Studies.

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