European Union (Undergraduate Certificate)
The European Union certificate is designed to provide students with an interdisciplinary course of study on the European Union. The target students are those already completing degrees in business, the social sciences, and humanities.
Program of Study
|EURO 2105||Introduction to the European Union||3|
|EURO 4795||European Union Seminar||3|
|Select 12 semester hours of the following (no more than six hours in any single discipline):||12|
|Introduction to the History of Art II– Renaissance through Modern|
|Modern Literature in Britain|
|The Idea of Europe|
|Modern Europe, 1789-Present|
|Music History Beethoven to Present|
|Religions of the World|
|Contemporary Political Thought|
|International Law and Organizations|
|Total Credit Hours||18|
Students may also include any special topics courses in any discipline if the content is verified by the Director of the Center for International Education to be primarily European in nature. Most commonly these courses are offered in ARTH, BUSA, ECON, ENGL, HIST, ITDS and POLS. Students must complete HIST 1111 World History to 1500 or HIST 1112 World History since 1500 and EURO 2105 Introduction to the European Union before entering the certificate program. The EU Certificate may be obtained by students pursuing a degree program or by those who have already completed an undergraduate degree. Students must also complete a study abroad program, overseas research, or an international internship.