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ARTH 341: Art of Ancient Greece and Rome (pre-req:ARTH 175 or permission of instructor)

ARTH 342: Early Medieval Art (pre-req:ARTH 175 or permission of instructor)

ARTH 343: High and Late Medieval Art(pre-req:ARTH 175 or permission ofinstructor)

ARTH 344: Italian Renaissance Art (pre-req:ARTH176 or permission of instructor)

ARTH 345: Northern European Renaissance Art(pre-req:ARTH 176 or permission ofinstructor)

ARTH 346: Baroque and Rococo Art (pre-req:ARTH 176 or permission of instructor)

ARTH 347: Neoclassicism and Romantic Art (pre-req:ARTH 176 or permission ofinstructor)

ARTH 348: Modernism (pre-req ARTH 176 or permission of instructor)

ARTH 349: History of Graphic Design(pre-req:ARTH 176 or permission of instructor)

ARTH 350: History of Photography (pre-req:ARTH 176 or permission of instructor)

ARTH 452: Women in Art (pre-req:ARTH 175 or permission of instructor)

ARTH 453: The Art of the Book (pre-req:ARTH 175 or 176 or permission of instructor)

ARTH 454: Contemporary Art&Criticism (pre-req CRTW 201, ARTH 175, and ARTH176; intensive writing course)

ARTH 480-483: Special Topics in Art History (when relevant: pre-req ARTH 175 and176 or permission of instructor)

BADM 400: International Field Experience (spring trip traditionally goes to France and at least one other European country if site is in Europe) (pre-req: junior standing)

ENGL310: Special Types of Literature (when relevant, pre-req WRIT 101)

ENGL 510: Topics in Literature and Language (when relevant, pre-req CRTW 201 and 1 ENGLcourse)

*FREN 101, 102

(Grade of at least C or S in 101 required for 102).If used to satisfy the 102 level language proficiency, these do not count towards the 18 credit hours in the minor.

Note: All FREN courses above 102. Courses listed below are especially noteworthy:

FREN 301: French Civilization and Culture I

(pre-reqs: 6 hrs French at the 200 level)

FREN 302: French Civilization and Culture II

(pre-reqs: 6 hrs French at the 200 level)

FREN 402: Survey of French Literature.

(pre-reqs: are FREN 250 and one 300-level FREN course or permission.)

FREN 575: French Literature in Translation

(Open to advanced undergrads and graduate students; knowledge of French is not required; not taught regularly)

*GERM 101,102:

(Grade of at least C or S in 101 required for 102).If used to satisfy the 102 level language proficiency, these do not count towards the 18 credit hours in the minor.

Note: All GERM courses above 102. Courses listed below are especially noteworthy:

GERM 301: German Civilization and Culture

(pre-req: 6 hrs German at the 200 level)

GERM 401: Survey of German Literature

(pre-reqs: GERM 250 and one 300-level GERM or permission.)

GERM 575: German Literature in Translation

(knowledge of German not required; not taught regularly)

HIST 343: European History from the Renaissance through the Age of Reason

HIST 344: European History from the Age of Reason to the Versailles Settlement

HIST 345: European History since 1914

HIST 346: History of England to 1603

HIST 347: History of England from 1603 to the Present

HIST 335: Traveling Seminar in History when approved as relevant to Europe

(pre-req: instructor’s permission)

HIST 350,550: Special Topics in History, when appropriate.

(may be temporarily unavailable due to faculty staffing issues)

HIST542: Medieval European History (currently unavailable)

(may be temporarily unavailable due to faculty staffing issues)

HIST547: History of Modern Russia

HIST548: History of Modern Germany

INAS 320: International Service Learning when approved as relevant to Europe

INAS 425: Seminar in International Area Studies when approved as relevant to Europe

INAS 520: International Service Learning when approved as relevant to Europe

*ITAL 101, 102:

(102 requires at least C or S in 101)If used to satisfy the 102 level language proficiency, these do not count towards the 18 credit hours in the minor

*LATN 101, 102:

(102 requires at least C or S in 101)If used to satisfy the 102 level language proficiency, these do not count towards the 18 credit hours in the minor

LATN201: Intermediate Latin (pre-req: LATN 102 or equivalent study of the language)

MLAN 330 A, B, C (A=French, B=Spanish ,C=German): Language and Cultural Studies Abroad (under direction of Winthrop professor)

(Students who have completed language 101 and 102 may earn a maximum of 6 credits. Students at the 101 or 102 level may earn a maximum of 4 credits. May be repeated for a maximum of 12 credits with MLAN departmental review and receipt of official transcripts)

MLAN 530 A,B,C: Language and Cultural Studies Abroad

(Pre-reqs: completion of six credits on the 300 level or equivalent and a grade of S in FREN/GERM/SPAN499. May be repeated for a maximum of 12 credits with MLAN departmental review and receipt of official transcripts)

MLAN ModernLanguages Special Topics courses relevant to Europe

PHIL 301: History of Philosophy: Ancient Period(Ancient Greece)

PHIL 450: The Art and Thought of Ancient Greece

PLSC 336: Post Soviet Politics

(pre-req:PLSC 205 or207 or instructor’s permission)

PLSC 345: European Politics

(pre-req:PLSC 205 or207, or instructor’s permission)

PLSC 351: Ancient and Medieval Political Thought

(pre-req:HMXP 102 or instructor's permission)

PLSC 352: Modern and Contemporary Political Thought

(pre-req: HMXP 102 or instructor's permission)

*SPAN 101, 102:

(102 requires at least C or S in 101)If used to satisfy the 102 level language proficiency, these do not count towards the 18 credit hours in the minor

Note: All SPAN courses above 102. Courses listed below are especially noteworthy:

SPAN 302: Hispanic Civilization and Culture

(emphasis on Spain) (pre-reqs: SPAN 201, 202, 225, and 250)

SPAN 402: Survey of Spanish Peninsular Literature.

(pre-reqs: SPAN 250 and SPAN 310)

SPAN 575: Spanish Literature in Translation(knowledge of Spanish language not required; not taught regularly; open to advanced undergraduates and graduate students)

Note: Special Topics and Study Abroad courses in a variety of disciplines may be eligible. Petition the INTS Advisory Committee for approval.

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