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Elective Courses

The courses listed below qualify as electives for the Minor in European Studies. To substitute other courses you must have approval from your advisor.

Qualifying Humanities Courses:

ARH 204, 205, 206: History of Western Art
ARH 314, 315: History of Western Architecture
CLAS 301, 302: Greek and Roman Epic and Tragedy
CLAS 303: Classical Greek Philosophers
CLAS 321: Classic Myths
COLT 414: Literature and Institutions of the Enlightenment
ENG 423: The Age of Beowulf
ENG 431: Renaissance Thought
FR301: Contemporary France
GER 257, 258, 259: German Thought and Culture
HIST 427: Intellectual History of Modern Europe
HUM 101, 102, 103: Introduction to the Humanities
HUM 260: Postwar Europe
ITAL 449: Humanism and the Renaissance
JDST 213: The Jewish Encounter with Modernity
MUS 267, 268, 269: Survey of Music History
MUS 353: Survey of Opera
MUS 357: Celtic Music
PHIL 310, 311, 312: History of Philosophy
PHIL 415: Continental Philosophy
PHIL 463: Topic-Hannah Arendt
REL 321, 322, 323: History of Christianity
RUSS 240: Russian Culture
SCAN 315: Cinematic Traditions in Scandinavia
SPAN 361: Hispanic Culture and Civilization (Spain)

Qualifying Social Sciences Courses

ANTH 429: Jewish Folklore and Ethnology
ANTH 430: Balkan Society and Folklore
ECON 380: International Economic Issues
EURO 415: European Union History
GEOG 441: Political Geography
HIST 301, 302, 303: Modern Europe
HIST 310, 311: Women in Europe
HIST 319, 320, 321: Middle Ages in Europe
HIST 329: The Mediterranean World
HIST 361: Early Modern Science
HIST 444: The Holocaust
HIST 412: Ancient Greece
HIST 414: Ancient Rome
HIST 425: Economic History of Modern Europe
HIST 428: Europe in the 20th Century
HUM 354: The City
PS 324: European Politics
PS 475: Politics of the European Union

 

To see the classes offered each term visit the course schedule.