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2011-12 Online Catalogue

European Studies (Bachelor of Arts)

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General Requirements

Specific Requirements

A total of 33 credits in approved European Studies courses, as described below, to include no more than twelve credits from any one discipline. Only fifteen transfer credits may be applied toward the major. Students must consult closely with their European Studies advisor in the development of a coherent program of courses.

  1. European Studies senior seminar or research project: All seniors must complete a senior project for at least three credits at the 200-level on a subject focused on northern, western, or Mediterranean Europe. The requirement may be fulfilled taking by a 200-level senior seminar (approved by the European Studies academic advisor) or by completing an advanced readings & research project or Honors Thesis (GRS 297; GRS 298,HON 234; HON 235 or other 200-level research project approved by the European Studies academic advisor). Students should expect to use their competency in a European language (other than English) in this research project where relevant. Upon request, the European Studies subcommittee may approve a research project done in conjunction with a 200-level seminar offered by one of the college's departments.
  2. European culture and thought: Twelve credits from the approved list to include six credits at the 100-level or above.
    ARTH 005, ARTH 006, ARTH 148, ARTH 149, ARTH 155, ARTH 158, ARTH 161, ARTH 164, ARTH 165, ARTH 170, ARTH 172, ARTH 174, ARTH 177, and ARTH 179 or ARTH 282 (when the content is European); CLAS 013, CLAS 021, CLAS 023, CLAS 024, CLAS 035, CLAS 037, CLAS 042, CLAS 153-CLAS 158, CLAS 161; ENGS 021, ENGS 022, ENGS 025-ENGS 028, ENGS 102, ENGS 131,ENGS 135, ENGS 136, ENGS 137, ENGS 138, ENGS 140-ENGS 146, ENGS 161, ENGS 162, ENGS 221, ENGS 222, ENGS 241, ENGS 242; FREN 111, FREN 112, FREN 235, FREN 237, FREN 247, FREN 256, FREN 265, FREN 266, FREN 269, FREN 270, FREN 275, FREN 276, FREN 279, FREN 292; GERM 104, GERM 121, GERM 122, GERM 155, GERM 156, GERM 201, GERM 213, GERM 214, GERM 225, GERM 226, GERM 237, GERM 238, GERM 247, GERM 248, GERM 251, GERM 252, GERM 263, GERM 264, GERM 271, GERM 273, GERM 275, GERM 276, GERM 278, GERM 279, GERM 281, GERM 282; Greek: all courses above 100-level; ITAL 121, ITAL 122, ITAL 157, ITAL 158, ITAL 170; Latin: all courses above 100-level; MU 111, MU 112; PHIL 101, PHIL 102, PHIL 105, PHIL 107, PHIL 140, PHIL 147, PHIL 151, PHIL 160, PHIL 208, PHIL 260; POLS 141, POLS 142; REL 022, REL 027, REL 028, REL 111, REL 116, REL 122, REL 124, REL 173, REL 180, REL 224, REL 226, REL 228, REL 280; SPAN 141, SPAN 236, SPAN 237, SPAN 246, SPAN 250, SPAN 252, SPAN 291,SPAN 292; THE 150, THE 151, THE 180; WLIT 011, WLIT 013, WLIT 014, WLIT 017, WLIT 024, WLIT 035, WLIT 037, WLIT 042, WLIT 111, WLIT 114, WLIT 117, WLIT 122, WLIT 153, WLIT 155, WLIT 156, WLIT 157.
  3. European history and society: Twelve credits from the approved list to include six credits at the 100-level or above. CLAS 121, CLAS 122; EC 113; GEOG 155, GEOG 159; HST 013, HST 014, HST 015, HST 016, HST 021, HST 022, HST 109, HST 110, HST 116, HST 117, HST 120-HST 136, HST 139, HST 157, HST 167, HST 190, HST 191, HST 221, HST 222, HST 224-HST 228, HST 285; POLS 171, POLS 257, POLS 276.
  4. European language: Six credits of a European language other than English at or above the 100-level. Students who fulfill nine or more credits of their "Culture and Thought" requirement through the study of any one such language must fulfill this requirement in a second European language other than English.

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