European Studies Major (EUS)
European Studies is an interdisciplinary program designed to give students a comprehensive view of Europe, past and present, from a variety of perspectives. This program provides a solid grounding in the liberal arts and is excellent preparation for advanced study in graduate or professional school. Majors are encouraged to study abroad.
A student completing the European Studies major will demonstrate:
- Knowledge of the key factors shaping European history and culture;
- Awareness of the variety of cultural influences that shape European society including (but not limited to) such fields as art, politics, literature, religion, and philosophy;
- The capacity to produce written and oral analysis of aspects of European culture;
- Communication skill in a European language in addition to English.
Degree Type: Bachelor of Arts (BA)
Program Contact: Professor Cliff Wargelin
No minor required.
Students majoring in European Studies must choose one track.
|Core Courses||9 hours|
|Required Course Selections||12 hours|
|Elective Courses||15 hours|
Required Course Selections
Select nine hours/three course:
Select courses from one track.
Select five courses:
Students may also complete the following for Electives credit:
- A second world language (French, German, Greek, Latin, or Spanish)
- Any Topics, Study Abroad, or other course with a significant European focus, subject to approval.