EUROPEAN STUDIES MINOR
For students working toward a B.Sc., a BBA, a B.Comm. (Co-op) or a BA
The objective of the program is to explore contemporary Europe through the study of its politics, society, history and culture. The program consists of a series of inter-related courses in different disciplines focusing on present-day Europe and its recent history (19th and 20th centuries), and is coordinated by a Program Coordinator in consultation with the Director of the Harlow Campus.
The European Studies minor is a multi-disciplinary program that explores contemporary Europe through the study of its politics, society, history and culture.
It was designed for business, science and arts students.
To complete this minor, you must take eight courses (24 credit hours), including at least three (9 credit hours) at MUN's Harlow campus or as part of an approved exchange program with a European university.
The Minor is an alternative to a Minor offered by a single department and satisfies degree requirements for a Minor.
Required courses are:
European Studies 2000
European Studies 3000-3030
(Special topics in European Studies)
3 courses from MUN's Harlow Campus or as part of an approved exchange program with a European university.
1 course to be chosen from the European Studies course list.
For information and advice, students should consult the European Studies Program Coordinator:
Dr. Steven Wolinetz : Telephone: 709-737-7413 or 709-737-8179.
or the Office of the Dean of Arts at email@example.com : Telephone: 709-737-8255.