Upper-Division Elective Courses (24 units)
Established department prerequisites for courses in the advisement tracks will not be waived for European Studies students. Special topics, variable topics, and new courses, when such courses deal in some significant way with the European experience, may be approved for European Studies credit at the discretion of the Program Coordinator.
Advisement Tracks are designed to help students in their career and educational planning. The tracks represent concentrations within the field of European Studies. While students gain their core knowledge of the category “Europe” by taking the European Studies Core Requirements, the advisement tracks allow students to develop further specialization in one of five central aspects of the European experience.
At least 12 units, but no more than 15, must be drawn from one of the advisement tracks. Students complete the remaining 9-12 units of upper-division electives from the other advisement tracks.