Undergraduates, regardless of school or program of study, are eligible for the undergraduate certificate in European Studies.
The general undergraduate certificate course requirements are listed below.
- Language: Complete coursework in a major European language through the advanced/third-year level.
- History: Two upper-level European History courses.
- Economics: One course (with ECON-001 and ECON-002 as prerequisites).
- Government: One course.
- Elective addressing ideological or cultural perspectives: One course.
- Elective addressing the regional or international behavior of the region of study: One course.
- Colloquium (GEST-454): An interdisciplinary reading and research seminar for senior certificate candidates offered each fall. Students will be expected to complete a thesis.
Courses counting towards the Certificate are tagged in the Myaccess course schedule. They can be located by going to “Attribute Type” and select “College/SFS/European Stud Cert.”
Below are a list of courses that have been offered in the past:
- Spring 2021 European Studies Certificate Courses
- Fall 2020 European Studies Certificate Courses
- Spring 2020 Courses that count toward the European Studies Certificate.
- Fall 2019 Courses that count toward the European Studies Certificate.
- Spring 2019 Courses that count toward the European Studies Certificate.
- Fall 2018 Courses that count toward the European Studies Certificate.
Admission to the certificate program is based on an application which reflects a directed, purposeful selection of courses. The application must be turned in by the end of the sophomore year or during the junior year with permission. No applications will be accepted from students with senior standing.
Dr. Pauliina Patana
BMW Center for German and European Studies, ICC 504