European Studies Courses

Anthropology

  • ANTH 3340 Peoples and Cultures of Europe

English

  • ENGL 2279 The Literature of Ancient Greece. Honors students only
  • ENGL 2371 Classics of Western Literature I
  • ENGL 2372 Classics of Western Literature II
  • ENGL 4915 The Model Novel

Fine Arts


  • FA 2201 Historical survey of the arts I (through medieval period)
  • FA 2202 Historical survey of the arts (Renaissance to present)
  • FA 2232 Monuments of Italian Art

French

  • FREN 3205 Readings in French Culture and Thought
  • FREN 3403 Special Topics in French Civilization
  • FREN 4201 French Civilization I
  • FREN 4202 French Civilization II
  • FREN 4265 Contemporary French Culture

Geography

  • GEOG 1001 World Regional Geography

History

  • HIST 1001 World History to 1600
  • HIST 1002 World History since 1600
  • HIST 2080 Impact of Science on Western History
  • HIST 2305 Modern Europe
  • HIST 2307 English History to 1688
  • HIST 3992 Special Studies in History (when appropriate)
  • HIST 4001 The City and Civilization
  • HIST 4003 Modern Military History
  • HIST 4005 History of Social Radicalism
  • HIST 4310 The Renaissance and the Reformation
  • HIST 4320 The Rise of Modern Europe
  • HIST 4330 French Revolution and Napoleon
  • HIST 4340 Nineteenth Century Europe
  • HIST 4344 Europe: Imperialism and World War I 1871-1918
  • HIST 4345 Twentieth Century Europe (1918-1945)
  • HIST 4346 Twentieth Century Europe (1945-present)
  • HIST 4361 Tudor England
  • HIST 4362 Stuart England
  • HIST 3464 Modern Ireland: History and Culture
  • HIST 4366 The British Empire
  • HIST 4367 Age of Louis XIV
  • HIST 4368 Modern France
  • HIST 4371 Modern Germany
  • HIST 4373 History of the Hapsburg Empire
  • HIST 4376 Modern and Contemporary Russia
  • HIST 4380 Europe: Congress of Vienna to 1915
  • HIST 4381 Europe: Versailles to present
  • HIST 4382 European Intellectual Tradition (Early)
  • HIST 4383 European Intellectual Tradition (Modern)
  • Plus relevant HIST 2991 and 4991 courses

Music

  • MUS 2201 History of Music (Beginnings through Beethoven)
  • MUS 2202 History of Music (Schubert to Present)

Political Science

  • POLI 2157 Public Policy
  • POLI 2600 Introduction to Comparative Government
  • POLI 4770 Modern Political Systems
  • POLI 4780 Comparative Democratization
  • POLI 29936 and 4990 Special Topics in Political Science (when appropriate)

Philosophy

  • PHIL 2311 History of Ancient and Medieval Philosophy
  • PHIL 2312 History of Modern Philosophy
  • PHIL 2702 Religions of the West
  • PHIL 3301 Philosophy of Plato
  • PHIL 3302 Philosophy of Aristotle
  • PHIL 3331 Continental Rationalism and the 17th Century
  • PHIL 3332 British Empricism and the 18th Century
  • PHIL 3333 Philosophy of Kant
  • PHIL 3334 German Idealism and the 19th Century
  • PHIL 3415 Phenomenology and Continental Philosophy
  • PHIL 3500 Philosophy of Wittgenstein
  • PHIL 3511 Existentialism
  • PHIL 4027 Philosophy of Heidegger

Spanish

  • SPAN 4201 Spanish Civilization I
  • SPAN 4202 Spanish Civilization II

Please Note

In addition to the courses noted below, specific classes may be added at the discretion of the Director of the BAIS program.

Not all courses will be offered every semester. Please check WebStar for the up-to-date list of courses. Access WebStar