European Studies B.A.

All students must meet the University Requirements.

All students must meet the College Requirements.

Major Requirements

A total of 33 credits in approved European Studies courses, as described below, to include no more than 12 credits from any 1 discipline. Only 15 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.

EUROPEAN STUDIES SENIOR SEMINAR OR RESEARCH PROJECT
All seniors must complete a senior project for at least 3 credits at the 200-level on a subject focused on northern, western, or Mediterranean Europe. The requirement may be fulfilled by taking a 200-level senior seminar (approved by the European Studies academic advisor) or by completing an advanced readings and 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 1 of the college’s departments.3
EUROPEAN CULTURE AND THOUGHT
12 credits from the approved list to include 6 credits at the 100-level or higher. 12
Western Art:Ancient - Medieval
Western Art:Renaissance-Modern
Greek Art
Northern European 1400-1600
Italian High and Late Ren Art
Topics European Art 1600-1800
Topics in Modern Art
20th-Century Art
Seminar in Western Art (when the content is European)
Issues in Contemporary Art
Greek History and Civilization
Classical Roman Civilization
Myths/Legends Trojan War
Mythology
The Divine Plato
Seminar in British Lit I
Seminar in British Lit II
Lit Western Trad II: Intg Humn
Topics in Bible & Lit
Topics in Shakespeare
Topics in Ren Lit & Culture
Milton
Topics:18C,19C Brit Lit & Cul
Topics in Victorian Literature
Seminar in Literature to 1800
Seminar in Literature to 1800
Seminar in 19th Century Lit
French Lit in Context I
French Lit in Context II
Early French Women Writers
Rev&React in 19th C Narrative
La Belle Epoque
20-C Lit - Society and Writers
20th C Culture & Civilization
Topics in 18th-19th Cen Lit
Topics in 20th-21st Cen Lit
Sem on Particular Author
Greek: all courses above 100-level
German Literature:Translation
History of Poland
D2: Modern Jewish History
Modern Germany
Moral&Rel Persp on Holocaust
The Holocaust
World War II
Seminar in Modern Europe
Issues in Italian Culture
History of Italian Cinema
Early Italian Lit in Context
Latin: all courses above 100-level
Music History & Literature I
Music History & Literature II
History of Ancient Philosophy
History of Modern Philosophy
History of Political Thought
History of Political Thought
Christianity
Moral&Rel Persp on Holocaust
Studies in Christianity
Spain: Diversity & Expansion
Spain: Monarchy to Democracy
Issues in Early Spanish Lit
Early Cultures of Spain
Hist I:Class/Med/Ren Thtr
German Lit in Translation
Myths & Legends of Trojan War
Mythology
German Lit in Translation
European History and Society
12 credits from the approved list to include 6 credits at the 100-level or higher:12
Greek History and Civilization
Roman History and Civilization
French Civilization
Contemporary France
Modern Germany
The Holocaust
World War II
Seminar in Modern Europe
Ideas in the Western Tradition
Early Europe
Modern Europe
Greek History and Civilization
Roman History and Civilization
The British Isles, 1300-1688
History of Poland
Medieval Mystics & Heretics
Medieval Urban Legends
Greek History and Civilization
Roman History and Civilization
The Renaissance
Modern Germany
London: A Cultural History
The Holocaust
World War II
Seminar in Medieval Europe
Seminar in Early Modern Europe
Seminar in Modern Europe
European Language
6 credits of a European language other than English at or above the 100-level. Students who fulfill 9 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.6