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European Studies Courses

Gain a deeper understanding of Europe with these courses. You can also petition us to substitute a course that is not on the list. 

This minor requires 18 credit hours from the categories listed below, which consists of 6 credit hours of the required courses below and 12 credit hours of the elective courses below. Advisement is mandatory with the European Studies Program Director.

Required Courses (9 hours) 

  • EURO 300 - Introduction to European Studies
  • 2 European Language courses of 200-level or higher or equivalent (6 hours)

 

Electives (9 hours)

  • ARTH 315 - History of Medieval Art
  • ARTH 320 - History of Italian Renaissance Art (offered fall 2017)
  • ARTH 321 - History of Northern Renaissance Art
  • ARTH 325 - History of Southern Baroque Art
  • ARTH 326 - History of Northern Baroque Art
  • ARTH 327 - History of 18th Century Art 
  • ARTH 330 - History of 19th Century Art (offered fall 2017)
  • ARTH 335 - History of 20th Century Art (offered fall 2017)
  • ECON 303 - The International Economy
  • ECON 408 - History of Economic Thought 
  • ENGL 390 - Great Books of the Western World I (offered fall 2017)
  • ENGL 391 - Great Books of the Western World II
  • ENGL 400 - Early English Literature
  • ENGL 401 - Chaucer (offered fall 2017)
  • ENGL 402 - Tudor Literature 
  • ENGL 403 - The 17th Century 
  • ENGL 404 - English Drama to 1660
  • ENGL 405 - Shakespeare's Tragedies (offered fall 2017)
  • ENGL 406 - Shakespeare's Comedies and Histories
  • ENGL 407 - Milton
  • ENGL 410 - The Restoration and 18th Century
  • ENGL 411 - British Romantic Literature (offered fall 2017)
  • ENGL 412 - Victorian Literature
  • ENGL 413 - Modern English Literature (offered fall 2017)
  • ENGL 414 - English Drama Since 1660
  • ENGL 415 - The English Novel I (offered fall 2017)
  • ENGL 416 - The English Novel II
  • ENGL 419 - Topics in English Literature (offered fall 2017)
  • ENGL 438B - Scottish Literature
  • ENGL 438C - Irish Literature
  • ENGL 438E - Caribbean Literature
  • HIST 306 - Medieval Europe, ca. 300-1492
  • HIST 307 - Family and Society in Europe, c. 1200-1700
  • HIST 308 - Magic and Witchcraft in Europe, c. 1200-1700
  • HIST 311 - The Age of Absolutism, 1648-1789
  • HIST 312 - French Revolution and Napoleon
  • HIST 313 - The Enlightenment
  • HIST 316 - Nineteenth-Century Europe
  • HIST 317 - Contemporary Europe from World War I to World War II (offered fall 2017)
  • HIST 318 - Europe from World War II to the Present
  • HIST 320 - The History of Great Britain (offered fall 2017)
  • HIST 321 - The History of Great Britain
  • HIST 328 - Nineteenth-Century Britain
  • HIST 329 - Modern and Contemporary Britain
  • HIST 333 - France Since 1815
  • HIST 338 - Modern Germany (offered fall 2017)
  • HIST 342 - The Slavs in History
  • HIST 343 - The Fall of the Eastern European Empires
  • HIST 344 - Eastern Europe Since WWI
  • HIST 370 - The Napoleonic Wars (1796-1815)
  • HIST 374 - Nationalism: Myth and Reality
  • HIST 375 - Nazis and Fascists in European History, 1919-1945
  • HIST 376 - War and European Society, 1914-1945
  • HIST 377 - Business in Historical Perspective
  • HIST 378 - Urban Experience in Modern Europe
  • HIST 385 - The Expansion of Christianity
  • GEOG 225 - Geography of Europe (offered fall 2017)
  • MUSC 353 - History of Western Music I (offered fall 2017)
  • MUSC 354 - History of Western Music II (offered fall 2017)
  • POLI 302 - Classical and Medieval Political Theory
  • POLI 381 - Comparative Politics of Industrialized Countries
  • POLI 391 - Topics in Political Science (offered fall 2017)
  • POLI 440 - Russian Foreign Policy
  • POLI 480 - Politics and Government of Russia
  • POLI 481 - Politics and Governments of Europe
  • RELG 373 - Literature and Film of the Holocaust
  • THEA 561 - History of the Theatre I (offered fall 2017)
  • THEA 562 - History of the Theatre II

European Language courses of 300-level or higher. Content courses – culture, literature, history, etc. – not counted toward the EURO language requirement may be counted toward the major, as well as equivalent courses taken abroad or taught in translation.


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