Hours (including capstone course)
courses (15 hours) must be chosen from the following interdisciplinary
course (3 hours) must be taken in each of the three clusters.
choose the remaining two courses (6 hours) from any cluster.
No more than six hours (6 hours) in one interdisciplinary cluster, no
more than 3 hours (3 hours) in one discipline, and no more than six hours
(6 hours) devoted to the study of one country may count towards the European
Special Topics courses are not included in any of these
clusters. Each discipline offers relevant Special Topics
courses. When appropriate, Special Topics courses will
count towards the minor. Students should consult with
the Director of the program to determine if a Special
Topics course may count towards the minor. Students may
also need to fulfill prerequisites before they may take
certain upper-level courses in some departments.
Course: European Studies Capstone Course (3 Hours)
EUST 400: A synthetic interdisciplinary examination of one or more themes
or topics on Europe offered by one or more faculty from the disciplines
in the three interdisciplinary clusters. Students will have the opportunity
to think across disciplines, to make connections between disciplines,
and to synthesize their acquired knowledge.