International Studies

Europe Concentration

15 credit hours of courses are required, with a minimum of 12 hours at 300 level or above and must include at least one INT course. Courses must come from at least two disciplinary areas:

  • ANT 380 - Life in Ancient Britain and Ireland
  • ARH 301 - Ancient Greek Art
  • ARH 302 - Ancient Roman Art
  • ARH 303 - Medieval Art
  • ARH 304 - Northern Renaissance Art
  • ARH 305 - Italian Renaissance Art
  • ARH 306 - Baroque & Rococo Art
  • ARH 307 - Nineteenth Century European Art
  • CLA 209 - Classical Literature in Translation: Topics
  • CLA 210 - Mythology
  • CLA 330 - Women in Ancient Greece and Rome
  • CLA 345 - Topics in Mythology
  • ENG 211 - British Literature to 1800
  • ENG 212 - British Literature Since 1800
  • ENG 335 - Restoration and Eighteenth Century Literature
  • ENG 336 - British Romanticism
  • ENG 337 - Victorian Literature
  • ENG 338 - British Modernism
  • ENG 370 - European Literature to 1900
  • ENG 371 - European Literature Since 1900
  • ENG 430 - The Age of Chaucer
  • ENG 431 - The Age of Elizabeth
  • ENG 432 - The Age of Milton
  • FLL 206 - Perspectives in European Cinema
  • FRH 311 - French Civilization
  • FRH 318 - Contemporary France
  • FRH 321 - Survey of French Literature I
  • FRH 322 - Survey of French Literature II
  • FRH 420 - Topics in French Literature
  • FRH 437 - Masterpieces of French Poetry
  • FRH 438 - Masterpieces of French Drama
  • FRH 439 - Masterpieces of French Prose Fiction
  • FRH 470 - French Women Writers
  • FRH 485 - Seminar in French Cinema
  • FST 206 - Perspectives in European Cinema  (FLL 206)
  • FST 381 - History of Russian and Soviet Cinema
  • FST 384 - Contemporary French Cinema
  • FST 386 - Introduction to German Cinema  (GER 385)
  • FST 387 - Introduction to French Cinema
  • FST 388 - Introduction to Spanish Cinema  (SPN 385)
  • GER 307 - Text and Context
  • GER 311 - German Civilization
  • GER 321 - Introduction to German Literature
  • GER 322 - History of the German Language
  • GER 331 - Fairy Tales: From Grimms to Disney
  • GER 333 - The Romance of King Arthur in Literature and Film
  • GER 334 - The Origins of Modern Love
  • GER 485 - Seminar in German Cinema
  • GGY 385 - Regional Geography of Europe
  • HST 101 - Western Civilization I
  • HST 102 - Western Civilization II
  • HST 207 - Jewish History to 1492
  • HST 208 - Jewish History from 1492 to the Present
  • HST 306 - Ancient Greece and Rome
  • HST 311 - History of England to 1485
  • HST 312 - History of England 1485-1815
  • HST 313 - History of England 1815 to Present
  • HST 315 - History of Modern Ireland
  • HST 316 - British Empire and Commonwealth
  • HST 317 - Northern Ireland from 1880
  • HST 319 - History of Spain
  • HST 320 - History of France, 800-1800
  • HST 321 - History of Modern France
  • HST 322 - History of Germany 1648-1890
  • HST 323 - History of Germany 1890-Present
  • HST 325 - Russia to 1881
  • HST 326 - Russia Since 1881
  • HST 379 - European International Relations 1648-1914
  • HST 390 - Medieval Civilization
  • HST 391 - Europe in the Age of the Renaissance
  • HST 392 - Europe in the Age of Reformation
  • HST 394 - Europe in the Age of Absolutism and Enlightenment
  • HST 396 - Europe from French Revolution to World War I
  • HST 398 - Europe in the Age of War and Dictatorship
  • HST 399 - Europe Since 1945
  • HST 408 - Seminar: Medieval Europe
  • HST 412 - Seminar: Renaissance and Reformation Europe
  • HST 414 - Seminar: Early Modern Europe
  • HST 416 - Seminar: Nineteenth-Century Europe
  • HST 418 - Seminar: Twentieth-Century Europe
  • INT 311 - Film and the Feminine Ideal in Post Communist Eastern and Central European Cinema
  • INT 340 - Topics in Europe
  • INT 341 - Modern Russian amd East European Civilization
  • INT 480 - Global Issues
  • INT 495 - Seminar in International Studies
  • INT 499 - Honors Work in International Studies
  • MUS 351 - Introduction to Music History I: Middle ages - Classical periods
  • MUS 352 - Introduction to Music History II: Romantic-Contemporary Periods
  • MUS 361 - History of Music I: Medieval and Renaissance
  • MUS 362 - History of Music II: 17th and 18th Centuries
  • MUS 363 - History of Music III: 19th Century
  • PAR 238 - History of Christianity I: Early and Medieval
  • PAR 240 - History of Christianity II: Modern
  • PLS 335 - European Political Systems
  • PLS 336 - Russian and Post-Soviet Political Systems
  • RUS 209 - Russian Literature in Translation: Topics
  • RUS 395 - Topics in Russian Studies
  • SPN 211 - Spain Today
  • SPN 311 - Spanish Civilization
  • SPN 321 - Introduction to Spanish Literature
  • SPN 385 - Introduction to Spanish Cinema
  • SPN 411 - Topics in Spanish Civilization
  • SPN 421 - Topics in Spanish Literature
  • SPN 485 - Seminar in Spanish Cinema

Please Note:

  • Study Abroad courses often fulfill concentration requirements.
  • INT 480, 491, 495, 498, and 499 -- depending on the topic -- may fulfill concentration requirements.
  • Some courses have prerequisites or co-requisites.