COURSES
cambridge

Program Core

There are no prerequisites for ECON 370 for Modern European Studies majors.  Foreign Language and English Literature courses listed as optional in the Program Core but not selected may be taken as electives in the Program.

ART 318 19th Century European Art or
ART 319 Early 20th Century European Art 3 Cr.
ECON 370 History of Economic Thought  3 Cr.
HIST 315 Contemporary Europe: Century of Violence 3 Cr.
POLS 330 Politics of Industrialized States  3 Cr.

Select one of the following:
FLF 222 French Literature from 1800 to the Present  3 Cr.
FLGR 222 Selected Readings in German Literature since 1800  3 Cr.
FLS 321 Spanish Literature  3 Cr.
English Literature, select from 400-level English Literature courses  3 Cr.

Elective Courses
Foreign Language courses numbered 250 are taught in translation and may be counted when the topic is appropriate. Topical courses numbered 390 or 490 may be taken from participating departments when they focus on a European topic.

ART 102 Renaissance to Modern Art History 3 Cr.
ART 318 19th Century European Art . .3 Cr.
ART 319 Early 20th Century European Art . . . 3 Cr.
ECON 236 Comparative Economic Systems 3 Cr.
ENGL 450 British Literature of the 19th Century 3 Cr.
ENGL 456 The Novel  3 Cr.
ENGL 460 Twentieth Century Drama  3 Cr.
ENGL 470 Twentieth Century Fiction   3 Cr.
ENGL 475 Twentieth Century Poetry  3 Cr.
FLF 222 French Literature from 1800 to the Present   3 Cr.
FLF 231 French Civilization to 1870  3 Cr.
FLF 232 French Civilization from 1870 to the Present  3 Cr.
FLGR 222 Selected Readings in German Literature since 1800  3 Cr.
FLGR 232 German Civilization since 1800  3 Cr.
FLS 230 Spanish Civilization  3 Cr.
FLS 321 Spanish Literature  3 Cr.
GEO 301 Regional Geography: Europe  3 Cr.
GEO 318 Field Study in European Geography (overseas program)  3 Cr.
GS 390 Topics in English Life and Culture (overseas program)  3 Cr.
GS 390 Topics in German Life and Culture (overseas program)  3 Cr.
HIST 313 History of Modern Britain  3 Cr.
HIST 351 Survey of English History and Culture (overseas program)  3 Cr.
HIST 352 Problems in Modern German History (overseas program)  3 Cr.
HIST 492 Readings and Discussion Seminars (when the topic is appropriate)  3 Cr.
PHIL 280 Early Modern Philosophy  3 Cr.
POLS 230 International Relations  3 Cr.
THTR 239 World Theatre and Drama II   3 Cr.

MEUR 495. Independent Study. Cr. 3.
An independently supervised course that may be taken in any of the departments participating in the Program. Students are expected to produce a major paper involving at least two of the disciplines included in the Program and meet the course criteria established by the Administrative Committee. Before registering for the course, students must have the approval of the supervising professors and the Program Chair.