EARLY MODERN EUROPEAN STUDIES
Committee on Early Modern European Studies
J.G. Harris (Chair), L. Chang, I. Creppell, H. Dugan, P. Jacks, D. Khoury, M. Norton, L. Peck, D. Wallace, L. Westwater, L. Youens
Columbian College of Arts and Sciences offers an interdisciplinary program in early modern European studies. The program is designed to enhance the student's understanding of the history, culture, politics, philosophy, religion, science, literature, and art of the five centuries (1300-1800) during which the Western world began to take on some of its modern dimensions.
Bachelor of Arts with a major in early modern European studies-The following requirements must be fulfilled:
1. The general requirements stated under Columbian College of Arts and Sciences.
2. Prerequisite-four semesters of study, or the equivalent, in a modern European language or Latin.
3. Requirements for the major (all courses are to be chosen in consultation with the advisor):
(a) 6 credits chosen from AH 2120, 2121; Hist 3103; PSc 2106; Rel 3343.
(b) 18 credits, consisting of two sets of 9 credits selected from two of the following four groups: Group A-Fren 3210, 4510, 3520, 3530; Ger 2091, 4171, 4195; Ital 3201, 4500, 4800; Span 3210, 3510, 4510; Group B-AH 2120, 2121, 2122, 2123, 2131, 2132, 2140; Mus 3126; Group C-Engl 3430, 3440-3441, 3460, 3480-3481, 3550, 3470, 3810; Group D-Hist 3103, 3140, 3145, 3130, 3132, 3134, 3810.
(c) 6 credits chosen from the entire set of courses listed above or from approved departmental Special Topics or Independent Study courses.
Minor in early modern European studies-Requirements: four semesters of study in a modern European language, or three semesters of Latin, or the equivalent; AH 2120 or 2121; one course chosen from Hist 3103, PSc 2106, or Rel 3343; two additional courses chosen from 3(b) above.