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EUR European Studies Program

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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 major official languages (in addition to English) of the European Union: French, German, Italian, Portuguese, or Spanish. Language instruction emphasizes written and oral communication. To ensure that graduates in European Studies have the historical understanding and the specialized knowledge, as well as the linguistic competence, necessary to comprehend contemporary Europe, a balanced syllabus is presented: core courses on the political evolution of modern Europe and on the economics and politics of European integration are complemented by choices from a rich group of 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 and who also successfully complete at least 4 full courses. European Studies Program Web Site:

See also: International Studies Programs: European Studies.


Consult Ms. Marilyn Laville, St. Hilda's College, 978-8248 (fax: 971-2087, e-mail: ) regarding enrolment.

Major program: S16251 (7 full courses or their equivalent, including at least two 300-series courses)

NOTE: Some of the courses listed below may have prerequisites.

First Year:
One of the following: FSL 121Y/161Y/181Y; GER 100Y/101H/202Y; ITA 100Y/152Y; PRT 100Y/220Y; SPA 100Y/220Y
Second Year:
1. EUR 200Y
2. One full course equivalent from: FSL 161Y/181Y/261Y/262Y/264Y/282H/283H; GER 200Y/300Y/370Y; ITA 250Y/252Y/253Y; PRT 220Y/320Y; SPA 220Y/320Y
Third Year:
1. POL 307Y/324Y
2. One full course equivalent from: FSL 261Y/262Y/264Y/282H/283H/361Y/362H/366H/382H/383H; GER 300Y/370Y/400Y/470Y; ITA 350Y/352Y; PRT 320Y/420Y; SPA 320Y/323Y/420H
Second, Third or Fourth Year: Two full course equivalents from: ANT 446Y, 449H, 456H; ECO 230Y, 303Y, 342Y, 452H; ENG 202Y, 231Y; FCS 195Y, 294H, 296H, 310H, 394H, 395H, 397H, 494H, 495H; GGR 239H, 339H, 361H; GER 235Y, 303Y, 351Y; HIS 241H, 242H, 245Y, 301Y, 303Y, 308Y, 310Y, 312H, 317Y, 334Y, 337Y, 339Y, 342Y, 344Y, 345H, 348H, 357Y, 388Y, 398Y, 399H, 445Y; INI 382H; ITA 200Y, 240Y, 245Y, 303H, 340Y; JEF 100Y; PHL 220H, 265H, 315H, 318H, 322H; POL 302Y, 303Y, 307Y, 317Y, 321Y, 324Y, 413H, 462Y; PRT 250H; SOC 203Y; SPA 240Y, 250Y, 251H

EUROPEAN STUDIES COURSE (see Section 4 for Key to Course Descriptions)

Europe: Nation-State to Supranational Union 52L, 26T

An analysis of the development of European political regimes since 1789. 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.

This is a Humanities or Social Science course

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