|Faculty of Arts & Science
The European Studies Program is designed to develop an interdisciplinary expertise on modern Europe. Students in the Program can acquire a working fluency in one of the following languages (in addition to English) of Europe: Croatian, Czech, Estonian, Finnish, French, German, Hungarian, Italian, Macedonian, Polish, Portuguese, Russian, Serbian, Spanish, or Ukrainian. Language instruction emphasizes written and oral communication. To ensure that graduates in European Studies have the historical understanding and specialized knowledge, as well as linguistic competence, necessary to comprehend contemporary Europe, a balanced syllabus is presented: core courses on the political evolution of Europe and on the economics and politics of European integration are complemented by choices from courses offered by the twelve academic departments participating in the Program.
This is a limited enrolment program open only to those who earn a mark of at least 70% in one of the required first-year language courses (for the major) or in a first-year history or political science course (for the minor) and who also successfully complete at least 4 full courses in first year. Visit the European Studies Program web site for updated information about requirements, course offerings, and events: www.utoronto.ca/esp .European Studies Major (Arts program)
This is a limited enrolment program open only to those who earn a mark of at least 70% in one of the required first-year language courses and who also successfully complete at least 4 full courses in first year. Visit the European Studies Program web site for updated information about requirements, course offerings, and events: www.utoronto.ca/esp .
Consult Robert Austin, Undergraduate Coordinator, Room 128N, Munk School of Global Affairs (416-946-8942) for general program requirements.
(7 full courses or their equivalent, including at least two 300-series courses. The language requirement consists of three full credits in a single language at a progressive level of difficulty.)
NOTE: Some of the courses listed below may have prerequisites; some may be offered in alternate years. The list reflects information available at the time of printing. Consult the Program Advisor for up-to-date information.
One of the following: EST100Y1; FIN100Y1; FSL100H1 and FSL102H1/FS;121Y1; GER100Y1; HUN100Y1; ITA100Y1/ITA101Y1; PRT100Y1/PRT110Y1; SLA100Y1, SLA105Y1, SLA106Y1, SLA107Y1, SLA108Y1, SLA109Y1,; SPA100Y1
1. EUR 200Y1
2. One full course equivalent from: EST200Y1; FIN200Y1; FSL221Y1; GER200Y1/GER300Y1/GER370H1; HUN200Y1; ITA 250Y1/ITA251Y1/ITA252Y1; PRT220Y1; SLA204Y1, SLA206Y1, SLA207Y1, SLA208Y1, SLA209Y1, SLA220Y1, SLA237Y1; SPA 220Y1
1. POL207Y1 or POL359Y1
2. One full course equivalent from: EST300Y1; FIN300H1 plus half course in literature; FSL321Y1, FSL421Y1, FSL442H1 and FSL443H1; GER300Y1/GER370H1/GER372H1, GER400H1; ITA343H1 and ITA344H1, ITA354H1 and ITA355H1, ITA364H1 and ITA365H1; PRT320Y1/PRT420Y1; SLA305H1, SLA306H1 and SLA336H1, SLA307Y1, SLA308Y1, SLA316Y1, SLA320Y1, SLA321Y1, SLA351H1, SLA402H1 and SLA403H1; SPA320Y1/SPA323H1/SPA325H1/SPA420H1 and SPA421H1
Second, Third or Fourth Year:
Two full course equivalents from: ANT446H1; ECO230Y1, ECO301Y1, ECO303Y1, ECO342Y1; ENG329H1, ENG340H1, ENG341H1; EST400Y1; FCS195H1, FCS297H1, FCS310Y1, FCS331H1, FCS395H1; FIN230H1, FIN235H1, FIN240H1, FIN250H1, FIN260H1, FIN340H1, FIN350H1, FIN415H1; FRE320H1, FRE324H1, FRE326H1; GGR339H1, GGR344H1, GGR361H1; GER150H1, GER204H1, GER205H1, GER232H1, GER150H1, GER261H1, GER321H1, GER322H1, GER323H1, GER326H1, GER336H1, GER350H1, GER362H1, GER410H1, GER421H1, GER425H1; HIS208Y1, HIS241H1, HIS242H1, HIS245Y1, HIS251Y1, HIS302H1, HIS309H1, HIS317H1, HIS325H1, HIS330H1, HIS331H1, HIS334Y1, HIS335H1, HIS337Y1, HIS338H1, HIS339Y1, HIS344Y1, HIS349H1, HIS351Y1, HIS353Y1, HIS354Y1, HIS355H1, HIS361H1, HIS371H1, HIS388H1, HIS401H1, HIS407H1, HIS414H1, HIS415H1, HIS416H1, HIS418H1, HIS421Y1, HIS422H1, HIS431H1, HIS433H1, HIS439H1, HIS442H1, HIS445H1, HIS449Y1, HIS451H1, HIS453H1, HIS455H1, HIS458Y1, HIS459H1, HIS460H1, HIS461H1, HIS477H1, HIS488H1, HIS490H1; HUN345H1, HUN355H1, HUN356H1; INI381H1, INI382H1; ITA210Y1, ITA240Y1, ITA245Y1, ITA301H1, ITA310H1, ITA326H1, ITA340H1, ITA341H1, ITA346H1, ITA347H1, ITA381H1, ITA405H1, ITA410H1, ITA415H1, ITA421H1, ITA441H1, ITA455H1, ITA491H1, ITA492H1; JHP304Y1, JHP435Y1, JHP454Y1; JPD439Y1; JPP343Y1; PHL210Y1, PHL217H1, PHL265H1, PHL310H1, PHL311H1, PHL312H1, PHL315H1, PHL316H1, PHL317H1, PHL320H1, PHL321H1, PHL322H1, PHL326H1, PHL338H1, PHL365H1, PHL388H1; POL200Y1, POL207Y1, POL317Y1, POL320Y1, POL321H1, POL324Y1, POL332H1, POL344H1, POL354H1, POL359Y1, POL366YO, POL368Y0, POL372H1, POL405Y1, POL414H1, POL415H1, POL422Y1, POL437H1, POL440Y1, POL452Y1, POL453Y1; PRT250H1; SLA202H1, SLA205H1, SLA215H1, SLA216Y1, SLA217H1, SLA218Y1, SLA222H1, SLA225H1, SLA226H1, SLA228H1, SLA234H1, SLA241H1, SLA242H1, SLA244H1, SLA247H1, SLA248H1, SLA252H1, SLA302H1, SLA303H1, SLA315H1, SLA318H1, SLA322H1, SLA327H1, SLA328H1, SLA331H1, SLA337H1, SLA339H1, SLA340H1, SLA343H1, SLA344H1, SLA346H1, SLA356H1, SLA380H1, SLA404H1, SLA405Y1, SLA406H1, SLA407H1, SLA414H1, SLA417H1, SLA424H1, SLA425Y1, SLA434Y1, SLA436H1, SLA441H1, SLA442H1, SLA449H1, SLA453H1, SLA458H1, SLA460H1, SLA463H1, SLA465H1, SLA475H1, SLA476H1, SLA485H1, SOC341Y1, SOC350Y1; SPA325H1, SPA341H1, SPA345H1, SPA435H1.
This is a limited enrolment program open only to those who earn a mark of at least 70% in a first-year history or political science course and who also successfully complete at least 4 full courses in first year. Visit the European Studies Program web site for updated information about requirements, course offerings, and events: www.utoronto.ca/esp .
(4 full courses or their equivalent, including at least one 300/400 full-course equivalent)
2. POL207Y1/(POL321H1, POL324H1)/POL359Y1
3. Two full credits or their equivalent in eligible elective courses (see European Studies Major above
An analysis of the development of European political regimes from 1789 until the 2004 and 2007 enlargements of the European Union to include the countries of the former Soviet bloc. This course identifies the decisive forces and factors affecting the operation of constitutions and institutions within the countries which came to form the European Union: nationalism, multi-nationalism, internationalism and supranationalism.Distribution Requirement Status: This is a Humanities or Social Science course