Requirements - Undergraduate Certificate

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The program requires 15 credits hours (5 courses) from at least 3 departments, distributed as follows:

Language Requirements (3 credits)

  • One course in a European language at the intermediate (2000) level or above.

Breadth Requirement (9 credits)

  • Three courses at 3000-level or above, not all of which can be in either Social Science or in Humanities.
  • Courses must be from an approved list published in the class schedule each term, or else contain substantial European content and approved by the Director.
  • Such courses are offered by the Departments of:
    • Art and Art History,
    • Economics,
    • English, Environmental Studies,
    • History,
    • Humanities,
    • International Relations,
    • Modern Languages,
    • Philosophy,
    • Political Science,
    • and Religion, among others.

Exit Requirement (3 credits)

  • Interdisciplinary Colloquium, to be taken during the student's senior year, that will focus on a broad European topic. In it, students are expected to complete a major research project.