Minor in European Studies

The Minor in European Studies is an interdisciplinary program. The minor offers courses incorporating basic and applied research, Study Abroad, and experiential learning. The goals of the Minor in European Studies are to expand knowledge of Europe and its cultures; to encourage students to study a broad range of topics; and to embrace a spirit of engaged humanities at KSU and after graduation. The Minor emphasizes critical thinking skills and encourages the crossing of national and disciplinary boundaries.


KSU european studies students in the classroom
  • Program Snapshot

    Required Courses: 6 Credit Hours

    • EUST 2050: Introduction to European Studies
    • EUST 4040: Capstone in European Studies

    Electives: 9 Credit Hours
    Select three (3) courses from the following: 

    • ARH 2850: Renaissance through Modern Art
    • ENGL 4570: 20th-Century and 21st-Century British Literature
    • FL 2209: World Languages and Cultures
    • FREN 3305: Literature and Culture II
    • FREN 4402: Contemporary Culture
    • GEOG 3312: Geography of Europe
    • GEOG 3305: Introduction to
    • Cartographic Processes
    • GRMN 4402: Contemporary Culture
    • GWST 2050: Global Perspectives on Gender
    • HIST 4558: The Holocaust
    • HIST 3361: Themes in Slavic and Eastern European Studies
    • HIST 4454: Twentieth Century Europe
    • HIST 4655: Russia Since 1861
    • ITAL 3305: Literature and Culture II
    • ITAL 4402: Contemporary Culture
    • MUSI 3317: History of Opera
    • PHIL 4000: Nineteenth Century Western Philosophy
    • POLS 4433: European Union Politics
    • POLS 4439: Political Economy of Russia and Central Asia in Transition
    • POLS 4449: Russian Foreign Policy
    • POLS 4451: Politics and Government in Post-Communist Europe
    • PORT 3304: Introduction to Lusophone Literatures and Cultures
    • SPAN 3305: Literature and Culture II
    • SPAN 4402: Contemporary Culture


Total Number of Credit Hours: 15


Department of World Languages & Cultures

Kennesaw State University
Department of World Languages & Cultures
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Pilcher Public Service Building (375), Rm 221
Kennesaw, Georgia, 30144

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