Please note: Information on this page relates to the 2014 academic year unless otherwise specified. There is no new intake into the European Studies major from 2012.
This subject is taught by the School of Languages and Cultures.
Courses in European Studies provide students with a unique insight into aspects of the society, institutions, culture and languages of Europe. European Studies in the Bachelor of Arts (BA) gives students an excellent appreciation and understanding of the development of contemporary Europe and the way in which this process manifested itself.
BA major requirements
- EURO 101, EURO 301*
- 40 points from European language courses (French, German, Greek, Italian, Latin, Spanish) at an appropriate level for the student, taking into account any prior knowledge
- 60 further points from FREN, GERM, GREE, ITAL, LATI, SPAN or approved courses at 200/300 level with significant European content, at least 20 points of which must be at 300 level
*Please note: EURO 301 is not offered in 2014 and there is no new intake into this major in 2014.
Approved 200-/300-level courses that will be allowed to count towards the European Studies major include:
- All FREN, GERM, ITAL, SPAN, LATI, GREE 200-level courses
- ARTH 217 The Renaissance
- ARTH 218 The Baroque
- CLAS 202 Etruscan and Roman Art
- CLAS 204 Greek Mythology
- CLAS 207 Roman Social History
- CLAS 210 Greek and Roman Epic
- ENGL 208 Shakespeare
- ENGL 209 The Novel
- ENGL 214 The Chivalric Quest: from Chaucer to Spenser
- ENGL 215 Old English Literature
- ENGL 221 Classic Theatre
- ENGL 225 Classical Traditions in English Literature
- ENGL 232 Theatrical Revolution: Drama from Realism to the Postmodern
- ENGL 241 Dramaturgy of the Real
- FILM 233 Film Cultures* (no longer offered)
- FILM 234 National Cinema* (no longer offered)
- FILM 238 Auteur Study* (no longer offered)
- HIST 238 From Facism to Forza Italia: A Cultural History of Italy, 1922-2000
- HIST 245 Peoples of the Soviet Empire
- INTP 205 The New Europe
- INTP 261 Political Philosophy and International Relations
- MUSC 237 Music in the 19th Century
- PHIL 208 Special Topic: History of Philosophy
- PHIL 261 Political Philosophy and International Relations
- POLS 205 The New Europe
- THEA 201 Theatrical Revolution: Drama from Realism to the Postmodern
- THEA 205 Dramaturgy of the Real
- THEA 207 Classic Theatre
- THEA 208 Shakespeare
- All FREN, GERM, ITAL, SPAN, LATI, GREE 300-level courses
- ARTH 315 Topics in 18th-Century Art
- ARTH 316 Topics in 19th-Century Art
- ARTH 317 Topics in 20th-Century Art
- CLAS 302 Etruscan and Roman Art
- CLAS 304 Greek Mythology
- CLAS 307 Roman Social History
- CLAS 310 Greek and Roman Epic
- ENGL 308 Renaissance Literature
- ENGL 311 Romantic Literature
- ENGL 312 Victorian Literature
- ENGL 315 Restoration and 18th Century Literature
- ENGL 341 Dramaturgy of the Real
- FILM 304 Film Cultures B*
- FILM 333 Film Cultures* (no longer offered)
- FILM 334 National Cinema* (no longer offered)
- HIST 332 The Holocaust and Genocide
- INTP 351 Power and Policies in the European Union
- MUSC 337 Studies in 19th Century Music
- POLS 351 Power and Policies in the European Union
- POLS 355 Special Topic: The European Union in the Asia Pacific
- THEA 305 Dramaturgy of the Real
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