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Study European Studies at Otago

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Overview

European Studies covers the remarkable political, economic, social and cultural transformations resulting from advanced European integration, which is the project of building the European Union. By focussing the academic programme on advanced European integration, students will gain substantive knowledge of critical aspects of contemporary Europe along with language training in Spanish, German and French. You will explore the issues emerging for the 340 million citizens of the new Europe.

The minor in European Studies shares many of the basic features of the major though language acquisition papers are optional.

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Contact details

Email: languages@otago.ac.nz

Qualifications

Papers

See the full list of European Studies (EURO) papers.

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Programme Requirements

Bachelor of Arts (BA) majoring in European Studies

LevelPapersPoints
100-level

EURO 101  Introduction to European Studies

HIST 108  From Medieval to Modern Europe

One of:
FREN 132  Introductory French 2,
GERM 132  Introductory German 2,
SPAN 132 Introductory Spanish 2 *

* May be replaced with an approved 200- or 300-level FREN, GERM or SPAN paper

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200-level

EURO 202  The Culture of the European City

One of ARTH 211, ARTH 212, ARTH 214, ARTH 219, CHTH 202CLAS 232, CLAS 238ENGL 214, ENGL 215, ENGL 218, FREN 243, GERM 242, GERM 243, MUSI 223, MUSI 261SPAN 242, SPAN 243

One of HIST 217, HIST 223, HIST 225, PHIL 221, PHIL 226, PHIL 227, PHIL 228, POLS 204, POLS 216

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300-level

EURO 304  Europe: Ideas and Nations

One of ARTH 322, ARTH 323, CHTH 302CLAS 337, ENGL 311, ENGL 312, ENGL 313, ENGL 314, ENGL 315, ENGL 317, ENGL 319, ENGL 335, FREN 341, FREN 342, FREN 343GERM 341, GERM 342, GERM 343, MFCO 314, MFCO 316, MUSI 323, MUSI 361SPAN 342, SPAN 343, SPAN 347, SPAN 348, VISC 301

One of HIST 301, HIST 307HIST 325, PHIL 321POLS 301, POLS 310, POLS 312, POLS 315

One further 300-level paper from the lists above

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Plus

180 further points; must include 54 points at 200-level or above.

Up to 90 points may be taken from outside Arts

180
Total 360

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Minor Subject Requirements

European Studies as a minor subject for a Bachelor of Arts (BA), Bachelor of Theology (BTheol), Bachelor of Science (BSc), Bachelor of Applied Science (BAppSc) or Bachelor of Commerce (BCom) degree

Level Papers Points
100-level See below  
200-level See below  
300-level

Two of
EURO 101 Introduction to European Studies,
EURO 202 The Culture of the European City,
EURO 304 Europe: Ideas and Nations.

One of ARTH 211, ARTH 212, ARTH 214, ARTH 219, ARTH 322, ARTH 323, CHTH 202CHTH 302, CLAS 232CLAS 238CLAS 337, ENGL 214, ENGL 215, ENGL 218, ENGL 311, ENGL 312, ENGL 313, ENGL 314, ENGL 315, ENGL 317, ENGL 319, ENGL 335, FREN 243, FREN 341, FREN 342, FREN 343, GERM 242, GERM 243, GERM 341, GERM 342, GERM 343, MFCO 314, MFCO 316, MUSI 223, MUSI 261, MUSI 323, MUSI 361, SPAN 242, SPAN 243, SPAN 342, SPAN 343, SPAN 347, SPAN 348, VISC 301

One further paper from EURO 101, EURO 202, EURO 304, HIST 217, HIST 223, HIST 225, HIST 301, HIST 307, HIST 325, PHIL 221, PHIL 226, PHIL 227, PHIL 228, PHIL 321, POLS 204, POLS 216, POLS 301, POLS 310, POLS 312, POLS 315

One further paper from the lists above

Must include at least one 300-level paper

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Total   90

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