Master of Arts
Students are expected to complete a minimum of 36 credits of graded coursework, including EURS 5000 - Perspectives on Europe and the World , EURS 6000 - Research Inquiries in European Studies , EURS 8998 - Thesis Research (M.A.) and EURS 8999 - Thesis (M.A.) ; a minimum of three credits each in the subject areas of the European Union, Europe in the World, and Socio-Cultural and Historical Perspectives; and a minimum of six additional credits in one of the three subject areas indicated above.
Students are expected to complete nine credits of coursework during a semester abroad at a European partner institution.
Students are expected to demonstrate a minimum of fourth-year proficiency in a European language other than English either by passing an oral and written proficiency examination administered by a qualified instructor in the appropriate language department at the University or by successfully completing a course at the 4000 level or higher taught in the target language.
Students are expected to write and defend a thesis.