Courses

EUS 2001 European Experience: a Humanities Perspective 3 Credits

Introductory interdisciplinary study of contemporary Europe from an arts and humanities perspective. (H and N)

General Education - Humanities
General Education - International

EUS 2003 European Experience: a Social Science Perspective 3 Credits

Introductory interdisciplinary study of contemporary Europe from a social science perspective. (N and S)

General Education - International
General Education - Social Science

EUS 3100 European Cinema 4-8 Credits

A study of films of one or more of the historically important national cinemas in Europe. The course is taught in English.

EUS 3110 Culture and Society in Europe 1-4 Credits

Examines central issues in one or more of the various cultures and societies in Europe.

EUS 3120 War and Culture in Europe 3 Credits

A survey of war in the modern era, its impact on European society and the corresponding cultures of victory and defeat.

EUS 3140 Culture in Crisis: the European Avant-Garde between the Wars 3 Credits

Introduces the ideology and aesthetics of the major movements of the 20th century avant-garde, focusing on developments in Paris, Berlin, Prague and Moscow. (H and N)

General Education - Humanities
General Education - International

EUS 3220 Secret Police under Communism 3 Credits

Overview of the secret-police forces and the political use of terror in the Central-European countries of Germany, Hungary, Czechoslovakia, Poland, Romania, and Bulgaria between 1945 and 1990.

Prereq: instructor permission.

EUS 3221 Socialist Control and Resistance in Eastern Europe After 1945 3 Credits

Explores the political, intellectual, social and cultural history of Eastern Europe from 1945 to 1990 and discusses ways in which the Soviet leadership manipulated the governing and legal systems of the Easter European Communist countries.

Prereq: EUS 2001 or EUS 2003.

EUS 3400 Migration in Europe 3 Credits

Examines migration in Europe, examining topics ranging from the first modern refugee crisis in the aftermath of World War I and the Russian Revolution to contemporary debates about immigration in the European Union.

Prereq: instructor permission.

EUS 3930 Undergraduate Seminar in European Studies 3 Credits

Intermediate rotating topics course on various European issues. (H)

Prereq: department permission.

General Education - Humanities

EUS 3937 Applied European Language 1 Credit

An enhancement section designed to accompany and complement area studies courses offered in other departments. Readings and discussions are in a continental European language to enable students to develop specific vocabulary and fluency related to the content of the companion course and to provide them with an international perspective on the issues of the main course.

Prereq: instructor permission.

EUS 3938 European Less Commonly Taught Languages 1-4 Credits

Rotating topics course to facilitate language instruction for European lesser/least commonly taught languages. Instruction is in a European language to enable students to develop relevant competencies in speaking, writing, listening, and comprehension.

Prereq: placement test or instructor permission.

EUS 4210 Politics and Institutions of the European Union 3 Credits

History of institutions and theoretical interpretations of European Union (EU) from its origins to present, including some general European history and background of EU's member status.

Prereq: instructor permission.

EUS 4212 European Economic Integration: Politics and Policy 3 Credits

Examines the political economy of European Union (EU) economic integration from an interdisciplinary perspective.

Prereq: three EUS-prefixed credits and instructor permission.

EUS 4213 Turkey and the EU: History, Present and the Future 3 Credits

The dynamics and developments in Turkish politics with regard to Turkey's EU path. Students will understand the challenges the EU faces at present with Turkey, as this countrys candidacy highlights the unresolved issues facing a more integrated EU.

Prereq: EUS 2001 or EUS 2003.

EUS 4905 Individual Work 1-3 Credits

Reading and discussions in advanced topics of European studies.

EUS 4911 Undergraduate Research in European Studies 0-3 Credits

Provides firsthand, supervised research. Projects may involve inquiry, design, investigation, scholarship, discovery or application.

EUS 4930 Special Topics in European Studies 3 Credits

Advanced variable-topics course on European issues.

Prereq: three EUS-prefixed credits or instructor permission.

EUS 4932 Jean Monnet Special Seminar: the EU Today 1-3 Credits

Advanced variable topics on current European Union issues from multiple disciplinary perspectives, and taught by visiting EU scholar(s).

Can be repeated with change in content up to 6 credits. Prereq: (CPO 4104 or EUS 4210) and INR 4531, or instructor permission.

EUS 4950 Overseas Study in Europe 1-6 Credits

Advanced course on European issues taught during study abroad in Europe.

Prereq: three EUS-prefixed credits or instructor permission.

HNG 1130 Beginning Hungarian 1 5 Credits

This course and its sequel, HNG 1131, constitute the basic sequence in Hungarian.

HNG 1131 Beginning Hungarian 2 5 Credits

Second semester of basic sequence in Hungarian.

Prereq: HNG 1130 with minimum grade of C, or S, or the equivalent.

HNG 1180 Elementary Hungarian: Review and Progress 1 3 Credits

Alternative to HNG 1130, for students who have some experience in Hungarian. Reviews basic grammar and improves reading, writing and listening skills.

HNG 1182 Elementary Hungarian: Review and Progress 2 3 Credits

An accelerated one-semester coverage of HNG 1130 and HNG 1131 for students with some experience in Hungarian.

Prereq: instructor permission.

TUR 1130 Beginning Turkish 1 5 Credits

This course and its sequel, TUR 1131, constitute the introductory sequence in Turkish.

TUR 1131 Beginning Turkish 2 5 Credits

Second semester of the introductory sequence in Turkish.

Prereq: TUR 1130 with minimum grade of C.

TUR 2220 Intermediate Turkish 1 4 Credits

Intermediate study of speaking, reading, writing and listening comprehension skills with new vocabulary and grammar.

Prereq: TUR 1131 or placement test.

TUR 2221 Intermediate Turkish 2 4 Credits

Improves speaking, reading, writing and listening skills by building upon language principles introduced in TUR 2220.

Prereq: TUR 2220 or placement test.