European Studies (EUST), Minor

Requirements for Students Matriculating in or before Academic Year 2017-2018. Learn more about University Academic Regulation 3.1.

Anthony Valentine, 213 LSE, 405-744-5658

Total Hours: 35 hours

Minor Requirements
Select 10 hours of FREN, GRMN, RUSS or SPAN10
A&S 2001Introduction to European Studies1
Select 25 hours of coursework below25
Select 6 hours from each of the two tracks below with at least one European history and no more than two courses from the same prefix:
European Society
Europe (IS)
Ancient Greece (H)
Ancient Rome (H)
Germany Since 1815 (HI)
The Medieval World, 500-1500 (H)
Renaissance, 1350-1517 (H)
Absolutism and Enlightenment, 1648-1789
Modern Europe, 1815-1914 (H)
Modern Europe Since 1914 (HI)
Modern France, 1789-Present (H)
Mediterranean World (H)
Invasion and Identity: The Medieval English World: 700-1400 (H)
Tudor-Stuart England (H)
Reformation Europe, 1517-1648 (H)
Scandinavia Since 1500 (HI)
Introduction to Comparative Politics (S)
Politics of Western Europe (I)
Introduction to Political Thought
International Institutions
European Culture
History and Theory of Baroque Architecture (H)
History and Theory of Early Modern Architecture
Art History Survey I (H)
Art History Survey II (H)
History of Classical Art (H)
History of Italian Renaissance Art (H)
History of Baroque Art (H)
History of 19th Century Art (H)
History of Northern Renaissance Art
History of 20th Century Art (HI)
Early Medieval Art: Saints, Martyrs, Pagans (H)
Court and Cloister: Medieval Art 1050-1400 (H)
The Arts of Spain and the Spanish World (H)
Rome: The Eternal City in Art and Film (H)
Art of Conversion: 16th Century Art in Mexico (H)
Art Since 1960
Rembrandt Van Rijn
Mythology (H)
World Literature I (H)
History of International Film (HI)
Studies in Medieval British Literature
Studies in 16th Century British Literature
Studies in 17th Century British Literature
Studies in 18th Century British Literature
Studies in 19th Century British Literature
Studies in Early American Literature
Studies in Romanticism
Contemporary International Cinema
Introduction to Analysis of French Literature
History of French Literature I
History of French Literature II
History of French Literature III
History of French Literature IV
Background of Modern French Civilization
Europe (IS)
Survey of German Literature I
Survey of German Literature II
Backgrounds of Modern German Civilization
Modern Germany
Contemporary German Literature
Ancient Greece (H)
Ancient Rome (H)
Germany Since 1815 (HI)
Russia to 1861 (H)
Russia Since 1861 (HI)
The Medieval World, 500-1500 (H)
Late Medieval World, 1000-1450 (H)
Renaissance, 1350-1517 (H)
Absolutism and Enlightenment, 1648-1789
Modern Europe, 1815-1914 (H)
Modern Europe Since 1914 (HI)
Modern France, 1789-Present (H)
World War I in Modern European Culture (HI)
Mediterranean World (H)
Invasion and Identity: The Medieval English World: 700-1400 (H)
Tudor-Stuart England (H)
Modern England: 1714-Present (H)
Reformation Europe, 1517-1648 (H)
Scandinavia Since 1500 (HI)
History of Medicine (H)
Religion in Modern Europe
Ideas and Ideologies in Modern Europe (H)
Sorcerers, Saints and Heretics: Religion in the Medieval World (H)
Sex and Gender in the Medieval World (H)
Introduction to Music (H)
History of Music to 1600 (H)
History of Music from 1800-Present
Ancient Greek Philosophy (H)
17th and 18th Century Philosophy (H)
19th and 20th Century Philosophy (H)
Medieval Philosophy (H)
Patterns in Science: Historical and Value Dimensions of Western Science (H)
Existentialism (H)
Philosophy and the Arts (H)
Introduction to Comparative Politics (S)
Politics of Western Europe (I)
Introduction to Political Thought
Russian Conversation
Russian Composition
Theoretical Thinking in Sociology
Racial and Ethnic Relations (DS)
Sociology of Gender (S)
Social Stratification (S)
Hispanic Poetry
Hispanic Prose
Don Quijote
Hispanic Drama
Contemporary Hispanic Literature
Masterpieces of Hispanic Literature I
Masterpieces of Hispanic Literature II 1
Spanish Peninsular Civilization
Theatre History I (H)
Theatre History II (H)
1

All courses marked with a 1 are variable-topic courses and may count toward the minor when topic appropriate. Prior approval from faculty coordinator is required.

Other Requirements

  • No grade below "C."