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2020 - 2021 Undergraduate Catalog 
    
2020 - 2021 Undergraduate Catalog [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

European Studies, Global Studies, BA


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Departments may occasionally offer new courses that are not yet listed in the catalog, but still seem appropriate to satisfy the requirements of lines 3-11 of the major in European Studies. To receive formal approval for such a course, students should contact the Director of European Studies in advance to discuss how it might the fulfill the line requirement. Major credit will only be granted to requests that have been formally approved by the program Director.

Note: Departments may occasionally offer new courses that are not yet listed in the catalog, but still seem appropriate to satisfy the requirements of lines 3-11 of the major concentration in European Studies. Students may petition the Director of European Studies to have a course that is not listed applied to these lines.

Line 1. Core Course in European Studies


Line 2. Senior Seminar in European Studies


Lines 6 and 7: 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.

French:


Italian:


Lines 8 and 9: European Languages (Choose Two)


Choose two courses at the 200 level or higher in an additional European language. Courses listed for lines 6 and 7 may be used to fill lines 8 and 9 provided they represent a different European language. Other courses eligible for lines 8 and 9 are listed below. All 200-level courses carry 102 as a prerequisite. Other prerequisites are indicated in brackets.

Lines 10-11: Electives (Choose Two)


Choose two courses from the following list. Courses used toward lines 1-9 may not be used to fill lines 10-11. Only one advanced language or philology course may be counted toward lines 10-11; these courses are marked with an asterisk.

Classical Studies:


Economics:


History:


MDLL/French:


 All FREN courses at the 300-level or above, plus the following courses. Only one of the courses marked with an asterisk may be counted toward lines 9-11.

MDLL/Italian:


All ITAL courses at the 300-level or above. Only one course marked with an asterisk may be counted toward lines 9-11.

MDLL/Russian:


All RUSN courses at the 300-level or above, plus the following courses. Only one of the courses marked with an asterisk may be counted toward lines 9-11.

MDLL/Spanish:


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