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  • European Union Studies

    The European Union studies minor provides multidisciplinary expertise and hands-on practical experience in EU-related affairs through coursework, internships, and study abroad opportunities.

    About this Minor


    This minor is open to all undergraduates.

    To be eligible, students must have a minimum overall 2.5 GPA and a 3.0 GPA in their major. The combined GPA for all coursework applied toward the minor must be a minimum 3.0.

    Of the total credits, no more than three may be individual work. Students must complete a minimum of six credits of coursework exclusive to the minor that cannot count toward the major(s) or other minors.

    Completion of the minor requires participation in an EU-related internship or one of five summer study-abroad programs in Salzburg, Prague, Krakow/Wroclaw, Istanbul, or Brussels.

    Required Courses

    Courses Credits
    EUS 4210/POS 4931 The Politics and Institutions of the European Union or
    INR 4531 Politics of the Eastern Union
    Core courses
    Choose two
    Enhanced courses
    Choose three from Approved list
    Total 18
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    Core Courses

    Courses Credits
    EUS 4211/POS 4931 European Union's Enlargement 3
    EUS 4212/POS 4931 European Economic Integration: Politics and Policy 3
    EUS 4213/POS 4931 Turkey and the EU: History, Present and the Future 3
    EUS 4930/POS 4931 The Domestic Politics of EU Enlargement 3
    EUS 4930/SYD 4701 Nationalism and Ethnicity in Europe 3
    EUS 4932 Jean Monnet Special Seminar 3
    EUS 4950 EU and the World
    UF in Brussels Study Abroad
    EUS 4950 EU Environmental Policy
    UF in Florence Study Abroad
    EUS 4905 Individual Work
    For students interested in EU internships
    POS 4956 Economics and Politics of the EU
    Or equivalent; UF in Salzburg Study Abroad
    Or choose from Approved list

    Related European Union Studies Programs

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minors: european-union-studies