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European Studies
EURS 5000Perspectives on Europe and the World (3.00)
Offered
Fall 2018
This course introduces students to a variety of disciplinary approaches to the study of Europe (history, anthropology, sociology, political science, economics, and culture). Stress will be laid on how combining perspectives from different fields of study can help deepen understanding of specific problems of European life. Emphasis on student interpretation of readings and analysis of central issues in Europe's development across time.
Course was offered Fall 2017
EURS 6000Research Inquiries in European Studies (3.00)
This interdisciplinary course introduces students to advanced research methods for investigating issues in European Studies. Each student will develop a research proposal and paper on a specific disciplinary topic under the supervision of a faculty member in that discipline, with the requirement that the paper include significant insights from at least one other discipline.
Course was offered Spring 2018
EURS 8998Thesis Research (M.A.) (3.00)
For master's thesis, taken under the supervision of a thesis director. Students work closely with a primary and a secondary Faculty Advisor, representing two distinct disciplinary approaches, to develop a detailed proposal for their M.A. thesis. Students will work closely with their Faculty Advisor(s) in person, or by e-mail and video-conferencing (e.g., Skype). The proposal must be submitted and approved by the beginning of the final semester.
Course was offered Spring 2018
EURS 8999Thesis (M.A.) (3.00)
Composition and defense of a master's thesis. Students will work under the direction of their primary faculty adviser to complete the writing their M.A. thesis. To be taken in the final semester of enrollment in the European Studies MA program. Prerequisite: graduate standing and instructor permission.
EURS 9998Non-Topical Research: Masters Degree (3.00)
Offered
Fall 2018
This course is intended uniquely for European Studies Master's students who need this course to reach full-time registration status while completing other degree requirements.
Course was offered Spring 2018