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Euro FCID 2000

Minor Requirements

MINORS: To apply for the Minor, or to submit a Minor completion form, please go to Rm. 220, the Main Office, LeConte Hall. Minor requirements may be found below, and also in the UGA bulletin.  Once all final courses are completed or in-progress, a minor completion will also need to be completed.  

Below are the requirements for a minor in Transnational European Studies.  Should you have questions, please contact:

Minor: Transnational European Studies

  • A minor must contain at least 9 hours of upper division course work.
  • Students are expected to fulfill any course prerequisite requirements as directed.
  • Courses taken to satisfy Core Areas I through V may not be counted as course work in the minor.
  • Courses taken in Core Area VI may be counted as course work in the minor.
  • Three (3) credit hours may be transferred from another institution, or six (6) if three (3) are from an appropriate study abroad program
  • A grade of C (2.0) or higher must be earned in all European Studies minor courses

Required Courses: (7 hours)

FCID 2000: Transnational Europe                                          (1 hour)

HIST 2302: History of Western Society since 1500                (3 hours)

FCID 4000: Capstone in Transnational European Studies      (3 hours)

Required Level of Language Competency:

Competency through the fourth semester of a single official language (other than English) of the European Union.

Electives: (9 hours)

Select three (3) additional courses from the following list.  The following restrictions apply:

  • The courses can also fulfill requirements in your major(s)
  • The courses must represent two (2) different departments or programs


ANTH3240 The Gypsies: Last Nomads of the Modern World

ANTH3241 Minorities in Europe

ANTH3290 Celtic and Pre-Celtic Prehistory

Art History

ARHI3002 Greek Art and Architecture

ARHI3004 Roman Art and Architecture

ARHI3010 Medieval Art and Architecture

ARHI3012 Art and Architecture of Late Antiquity

ARHI3020 Renaissance Art

ARHI3022 Art and Architecture of Byzantium—The Empire of the New Rome

ARHI3025 The Decorative Arts of Europe: Fifteenth and Sixteenth Centuries

ARHI3030 Baroque Art I: Southern Europe

ARHI3032 Art and Architecture of Russia

ARHI3035 Northern Renaissance and Baroque Art

ARHI3052 British Art, 1530-1930

ARHI3054 18c European Art

ARHI3056 19c European Art

ARHI4000 Early Greek Art

ARHI4008 Ancient Roman Sculpture

ARHI4010 Classical and Hellenistic Greek Art

ARHI4020 Roman Art and Architecture

ARHI4110 Art and Architecture in the Eleventh and Twelfth Centuries

ARHI4120 Gothic Art and Architecture

ARHI4125 Intellectual Foundations of Medieval Art and Architecture

ARHI4130 Late Gothic Art in Italy

ARHI4200 Early Renaissance in Italy

ARHI4210 High Renaissance and Mannerism in Italy

ARHI4220 North Renaissance

ARHI4290 Renaissance and Baroque Sculpture

ARHI4300 Italian Baroque Art and Architecture

ARHI4310 Northern Baroque Art

ARHI4350 Art and Architecture of the City of Rome

ARHI4400 Romanticism and Neoclassicism

ARHI4470 Painting and the Graphic Arts in England, 1530-1930

ARHI4490 Rococo to Reform: European Art 1700-1760

ARHI4510 Modern Art in Europe from 1886 to 1918

ARHI4540 Europe: 1918-1945

ARHI4900 Topics in Ancient and Medieval Art

ARHI4910 Topics in Renaissance and Baroque Art

Classical Culture

CLAS3311 History of Ancient Greece

CLAS3312 Roman History

CLAS3321 History of Women in the Ancient World

CLAS4008 Ancient Roman Sculpture

CLAS4010 Archaic Greece

CLAS4020 Greek Sanctuaries and Festivals

CLAS4030 The Archaeology of the Greek Colonies

CLAS4040 The Hellenistic World

CLAS4070 Roman Britain

CLAS4100 Ancient Roman Cities

CLAS4110 The Etruscans and Early Rome

CLAS4120 Pompeii and Herculaneum: The Buried Cities

CLAS4130 The Archaeology of Rome’s Provinces

CLAS4160 Late Antiquity

CLAS4370 Roman Theatre

CLAS4380 Death: Antiquity and its Legacy

CLAS4390 Grand Tour: Visions and Revisions of Classical Antiquity

Comparative Literature

CMLT3240 The Gypsies: Last Nomads of the Modern World

CMLT3241 Minorities in Europe

CMLT3260 The Black and Green Atlantic: Crosscurrents of the African and Irish Diasporas

CMLT4070 Renaissance European Literature

CMLT4080 Romantic European Literature

CMLT4081 World Romanticism I

CMLT4082 World Romanticism II

CMLT4100 Mannerist and Baroque Literature

CMLT4110 Medieval European Literature

CMLT4120 18th Century European Literature

CMLT4400 East Central European Literature and Culture

CMLT4630 Holocaust Literature/Film


ENGL3100 Intro to British Culture

ENGL3320 Shakespeare for non-Majors

ENGL4060 Old English

ENGL4195 Celtic Languages

ENGL4220 Beowulf

ENGL4230 Medieval Literature

ENGL4240 Chaucer

ENGL4295 Celtic Studies

ENGL4300 Elizabethan Poetry

ENGL4320 Shakespeare I: Selection

ENGL4320W Shakespeare I: Writing Intensive

ENGL4330 Shakespeare II: Topics

ENGL4330W Shakespeare II: Writing Intensive

ENGL4340 Renaissance Drama

ENGL4370 Milton

ENGL4390 Topics in Renaissance Literature

ENGL4430 18th Century English Novel

ENGL4480 18th Century Scottish Literature

ENGL4520 19th Century British Novel

ENGL4590 Topics 19th Century British Literature

ENGL4670 20th Century British Novel

ENGL4690 Topics 20th Century British Literature

ENGL4695 Topics in Postcolonial Literature

ENGL4695S Topics in Postcolonial Literature (service-learning project)

ENGL4870 Folklore Studies: “Folklore of the Celtic Lands”


FILM4650 French Film

Franklin College

FCID3500 The Holocaust from the Victims’ Perspectives


FREN3030 Intro French Literature

FREN3080 Topics in French Culture and Civilization

FREN4050 Literature and Culture to 1700

FREN4060 French Literature 1700-1900

FREN4070 French Lit Culture 1900

FREN4080 Studies French Literature Cult

FREN4120 Topics Culture Language Literature

FREN4150 Business French

FREN4350 Renaissance Studies


GREK4010 Homer

GREK4020 Hesiod

GREK4030 Greek Lyric Poets

GREK4040 Herodotus and Thucydides

GREK4050 Aeschylus

GREK4055 Greek Tragedy

GREK4060 Sophocles

GREK4070 Euripides

GREK4080 Aristophanes

GREK4090 Adv. Readings: Plato


GRMN3010 Language: Culture and Society I

GRMN3020 Language: Culture and Society II

GRMN3110 Germania

GRMN3120 German Courtly Literature

GRMN3220 The Age of Reformation

GRMN3300 Intro to German Cinema

GRMN3410 Revolution, Revolt, and Nationalism in the Nineteenth Century

GRMN3420 The German Romantic Age

GRMN3550 Contemporary Issues in German Culture, Society, and Literature

GRMN3610 Discourses of Post-War Literature

GRMN3620H The Wild Berlin of Bertolt Brecht

GRMN3625 Post-War Women Writers

GRMN3630 Memory, History, Narrative

GRMN3710 The Wall

GRMN3870 Fairy Tales

GRMN3810 Literature in Music, Music in Literature

GRMN3820 German Film

GRMN3830 Children’s and Youth Literature

GRMN3840 The Jewish Experience in German Culture

GRMN3850 Introduction to Goethe’s Life and Works

GRMN3860 The Evolution of German as a Standard Language

GRMN3990 Directed Study in German

GRMN4001 Advanced German Conversation and Composition

GRMN4015 Magic, Monsters, and the Occult in German Literature

GRMN4020 Theory and Practice of German Theater

GRMN4100 Goethe and Islam

GRMN4210 From the Enlightenment to the Dialectic of Enlightenment

GRMN4310 Germany and the French Revolution

GRMN4380 Contrastive Grammar: German-English

GRMN4410 The Holocaust in German Literature and Film

GRMN4510 Special Topics in German Studies or Linguistics

GRMN4520 Senior Seminar

GRMN4610H Elective Affinities: Literature and Philosophy in Dialogue

GRMN4710 Vienna: Literature, Art, Music, and Culture

GRMN4720 Image and Word: Reading Culture Through the Visual Arts

GRMN4810 Contemporary Issues in German Business and Politics


HIST3100 Intro to British Culture

HIST3311 History of Ancient Greece

HIST3312 Roman History

HIST3321 History of Women in the Ancient World

HIST3322 Wenches, Witches, Damsels, and Nuns: Women in Medieval Europe

HIST3323 History of Women in Early Modern Europe

HIST3324 History of Women in Modern Europe

HIST3330 Medieval Civilization

HIST3340 Age of Renaissance and Reformation

HIST3361 19th Century Europe

HIST3362 20th Century Europe

HIST3371 Tudor-Stuart England

HIST3372 England since 1660

HIST3381 Old Regime and Revolutionary France

HIST3382 Modern France since 1799

HIST3390 Germany since 1789

HIST3400 Modern Italy

HIST3411 Russia to the Great Reforms

HIST3412 Modern Russia

HIST3415 Modern Eastern Europe

HIST3421 History of Ancient and Medieval Science

HIST3433 History of Medicine

HIST3443 Spain in the Age of Cervantes

HIST3490 European Encounter with Islam

HIST4300 Studies in European History

HIST4320 Ancient Law

HIST4329 Studies in Ancient Greek and Roman History

HIST4330 Institutions of the Medieval West

HIST4340 Rebirth and Reinvention in Early Modern Europe

HIST4345 Christians and Muslims in Valencia

HIST4350 Material Culture and Consumer Society in Early Modern Europe

HIST4355 Enlightenment

HIST4360 European Popular Culture

HIST4365 Microhistories of Modern Europe

HIST4371 The Medieval Mind

HIST4372 Intellectual History in Early Modern Europe

HIST4373 Nineteenth-Century European Intellectual History

HIST4374 Intellectual History of Twentieth-Century Europe

HIST4375 The Golden Age of European Natural History

HIST4381 Politics, Culture, and Society in Stuart England

HIST4382 Britain from the Age of Revolution to the Age of Victoria, 1780-1900

HIST4383 Britain Since 1901

HIST4391 The French Revolution and the First Empire

HIST4392 Twentieth-Century France

HIST4393 Empire and Political Economy in the Eighteenth Century

HIST4394 Age of Imperialism

HIST4410 Nazism and Fascism in Europe, 1919-1945

HIST4413 Race, Nation, and Empire in the Former Soviet Union

HIST4435 History of Russian Science from Eastern Exploration to the Space Age

HIST4450 Democracy Modern Europe

HIST4565 The Crusades

HIST4710 Atlantic World

Infectious Diseases

IDIS3100 People and Plagues

International Affairs

INTL4325 British Politics

INTL4390 Southern and Eastern European Political Systems

INTL 4640 European Union


ITAL4030 Topics in the Literature and Culture of Italy

ITAL4040 Italian Cinema

ITAL4050 Italian Literature and Culture from its Origins to 1400

ITAL4060 Italian Literature and Culture from 1400 to 1700

ITAL4070 Italian Literature and Culture from 1700 to the Present

ITAL4120 Topics in Italian Culture, Language, and Literature


LATN3010 Vergil’s Aeneid

LATN3020 Golden Age Latin Prose

LATN4010 Roman Rhetoric

LATN4070 Roman Drama

LATN4080 Roman Didactic Poetry

LATN4320 Tacitus


LING4210 Intro Indo-European


PHIL4010 Aristotle

PHIL4040 British Empiricism


PORT3010 Intro to Language, Literature, and Culture

PORT4010 Advanced Language, Literature, and Culture

PORT4040 Topics in Cinema, Culture, and Literature

PORT4060 Poetry of the Portuguese-Speaking World

PORT4070 Theater of the Portuguese-Speaking World

PORT4080 Studies in Culture and Literature of the Portuguese-Speaking World

PORT4550 History of the Portuguese Language


RELI4071 The Holocaust

RELI4089 Biblical Greek

RELI4101 History of Christian Theology (Ancient-Medieval)  


RUSS3001 Russian Conversation and Composition I

RUSS3002 Russian Conversation and Composition II

RUSS3300 Intro Russian Cinema

RUSS4001 Advanced Russian Conversation and Composition

RUSS4080 Nabokov

RUSS4090 Russia through the Eyes of Tolstoy and Dostoevsky

RUSS4250 Pushkin

RUSS4260 Intro 19th Century Russian Literature

RUSS4270 Intro 20th Century Russian Literature

RUSS4280 Chekhov

RUSS4510 Special Topics


SPAN3030/SPAN3030H Introduction to Literature

SPAN3040 Introduction to Analysis of Hispanic Cultures

SPAN3050 Introduction to Spanish Linguistics

SPAN4040 Spanish Literature and Culture I

SPAN4050 Spanish Literature and Culture II

SPAN4080 Studies in Spanish Literature and Culture

SPAN4081 Spanish Film

SPAN4345 Christians and Muslims in Valencia

In addition to the above courses, Transnational European Studies students may take relevant upper division (3000-4000 level) courses in other departments.  Paperwork for petitioning additional courses, which do not appear on the approved list above, can be obtained by e-mailing  It is expected that petitioned courses will have a significant focus on European Studies.  Email if you have questions.


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