University of Guelph 2002-2003 Undergraduate Calendar

X--Degree Programs, Bachelor of Arts (B.A.)

European Studies (EURS)

Interdisciplinary Program.

Coordinator: Paola Mayer, School of Languages and Literatures, Ext. 8562.

The European Studies program is designed for students who seek a career in International Relations - especially in International Business and Administration - between Canada and Europe. It offers a carefully structured and educationally sound combination of languages, specially designed courses in European Thought, Letters and History, and is enriched by a Study and Work Year Abroad.

The program's entry requirement is an OAC credit or proficiency equivalence in the chosen language; the required language knowledge can be acquired at the university level or at other appropriate institutions, e.g. the Goethe Institut; this, however, may delay graduation by 1 to 2 semesters.

Although the program is designed to start in semester 1, it is possible to transfer into it at a later date provided there is proof of the required language proficiency, and provided approval from the program coordinator and the departmental advisor has been obtained. Normal program entry is in the Fall semester; admission is possible in the Winter semester for internal transfer students.

The B.A. requirements of 1.50 credits from 2 different subject areas within the Colleges of Arts and Social Sciences plus 2 courses in natural and/or mathematical sciences must be fulfilled within the first 3 semesters.

The European Studies core courses are open to students from other programs; however, the two areas of emphasis and the Study and Work Year Abroad are not.

Major (Honours Program)

A minimum of 13.00 credits is required, including:

Core Requirements

EURO*1020 [0.50] European Culture from 1900-1960

EURO*1050 [0.50] The Emergence of a United Europe

EURO*2000 [0.50] Europe and France's Revolution

EURO*2070 [0.50] European Integration, 1957-1992

Language Core Requirements

The required language courses in French, German, Italian or Spanish are intended to provide the students with sufficient fluency to pursue part of their studies abroad. However, all of our partner universities offer native language courses for foreigners. Although the core requires only 1 language, it is strongly recommended that students acquire competence in more than 1 foreign language.

FREN*2020 [0.50] France: Literature and Society

FREN*2030 [0.50] Intermediate French II

FREN*2500 [0.50] French Translation I

FREN*2520 [0.50] French Composition I

FREN*3500 [0.50] French Translation II

FREN*3530 [0.50] Business French

OR

GERM*2400 [0.50] Contemporary Germany

GERM*2490 [0.50] Intermediate German I

GERM*2500 [0.50] Intermediate German II

GERM*2560 [0.50] Reading German Literature: An Introduction

GERM*3500 [0.50] Advanced German

GERM*3530 [0.50] German in the Workplace

OR

ITAL*2060 [0.50] Intermediate Italian I

ITAL*2070 [0.50] Intermediate Italian II

ITAL*2350 [0.50] Contemporary Italian Literature

ITAL*3060 [0.50] Advanced Italian

ITAL*3530 [0.50] Business Italian

ITAL*3950 [0.50] Topics in Italian Literature

OR

SPAN*2000 [0.50] Spanish Language I

SPAN*2010 [0.50] Spanish Language II

SPAN*2040 [0.50] Spanish Civilization

SPAN*3170 [0.50] Women, Virtue and Honour in Spanish Drama

SPAN*3500 [0.50] Spanish Grammar and Composition I

SPAN*3530 [0.50] Business Spanish

Areas of Emphasis

European Culture and Civilization

5.00 credits from:

HIST*1010 [0.50] Europe in the Age of Expansion

PHIL*1010 [0.50] Social and Political Issues

SOC*1100 [0.50] Sociology

ARTH*1520 [0.50] Art Historical Studies II

POLS*2100 [0.50] The State in Comparative Perspective

PHIL*2140 [0.50] History of Greek and Roman Philosophy

POLS*2200 [0.50] International Relations

HIST*2500 [0.50] Britain and the World Since 1600

HIST*3010 [0.50] Government and Society in Tudor-Stuart England, 1529-1689

HIST*3090 [0.50] Nationalism and Internationalism in Europe 1914-1957

HIST*3130 [0.50] Popular Culture and Punishment, 1700-1900

POLS*3280 [0.50] Modern Political Ideologies

HIST*3290 [0.50] Europe in the Age of Revolutions, 1789-1848

POLS*3440 [0.50] Corruption, Scandal and Political Ethics

POLS*3450 [0.50] European Governments and Politics

HIST*3540 [0.50] World War Two

POLS*3710 [0.50] Politics and Sexuality

HIST*4280 [0.50] Poverty and Policy in the Victorian Age

One of:

MUSC*1060 [0.50] Introduction to Music

MUSC*2620 [0.50] Music History III: Classical and Romantic Eras

3.00 additional credits are required from the list of restricted electives, at least 2.00 of which must be at the 3000 level or above

Restricted Electives for European Culture and Civilization:

CLAS*1000 [0.50] Introduction to Classical Culture

HIST*1150 [0.50] 20th Century Global History

HIST*1250 [0.50] Science and Society Since 1500

CLAS*2000 [0.50] Classical Mythology

POLS*2000 [0.50] Political Theory

SOAN*2040 [0.50] Globalization of Work and Organizations

SOAN*2111/2 [1.00] Classical Theory

PHIL*2120 [0.50] Ethics

SOC*2190 [0.50] Technology and Society

GERM*2240 [0.50] Germany Through the Ages

MUSC*2280 [0.50] Masterworks of Music

HIST*2510 [0.50] The Emergence of Modern European Society 1789-1945

ARTH*2580 [0.50] European Art, 1900-1945

GERM*2590 [0.50] Literary Interpretation

ARTH*2600 [0.50] Neo-Classicism and Romanticism

HIST*2830 [0.50] The Emergence of Modern Germany 1871-1990

ARTH*2950 [0.50] Northern Baroque Art

POLS*3021/2 [1.00] History of Political Thought

PHIL*3080 [0.50] History of Modern European Philosophy from Kant

SOC*3130 [0.50] Politics and Society

PHIL*3200 [0.50] Contemporary European Philosophy

SOC*3310 [0.50] Contemporary Theory

PHIL*3350 [0.50] Selected Topics in Philosophy II

HIST*3380 [0.50] Age of Imperialism, 1870-1919

POLS*3460 [0.50] Communism and Post-Communism

FREN*3500 [0.50] French Translation II

ARTH*3550 [0.50] High Renaissance Art

ARTH*3560 [0.50] The Reformation Era

HIST*3570 [0.50] Women in Modern Europe

ARTH*3640 [0.50] Southern Baroque Art and Rococo Art

HIST*3750 [0.50] The Reformation

POLS*3790 [0.50] The Political Economy of International Relations

HIST*3820 [0.50] Early Modern France

SPAN*4170 [0.50] Don Quixote and the Picaresque Novel

HIST*4470 [0.50] Special History Project Seminar I

POLS*4750 [0.50] Theories and Problems in Comparative/International Politics

ANTH*4840 [0.50] Seminar in Anthropology

European Business Studies

5.00 credits from:

COST*1000 [0.50] Introduction to Marketing Management

ECON*1050 [0.50] Introductory Microeconomics

ECON*1100 [0.50] Introductory Macroeconomics

AGEC*2220 [0.50] Financial Accounting

AGEC*2230 [0.50] Management Accounting

COST*2600 [0.50] Fundamentals of Consumer Behaviour

COST*3040 [0.50] Business and Consumer Law

AGEC*3310 [0.50] Operations Management

One of:

ECON*2320 [0.50] Europe and the World Economy to 1914

ECON*3720 [0.50] History of the World Economy since 1850

One of:

ECON*4830 [0.50] Economic Development

HAFA*2200 [0.50] Organizational Design and Effectiveness

3.00 additional credits are required from the list of restricted electives, at least 2.00 of which must be at the 3000 level or above

Restricted Electives for European Business Studies

MATH*1000 [0.50] Introductory Calculus

MATH*1080 [0.50] Elements of Calculus I

MATH*1200 [0.50] Calculus I

STAT*2060 [0.50] Statistics for Business Decisions

ECON*2310 [0.50] Intermediate Microeconomics

ECON*2410 [0.50] Intermediate Macroeconomics

ISS*2500 [0.50] Management in Organizations

ECON*2720 [0.50] Business History

COST*3020 [0.50] Distribution Systems & Retail Management

AGEC*3330 [0.50] Intermediate Accounting

ECON*3510 [0.50] Money, Credit and the Financial System

ECON*3560 [0.50] Theory of Finance

COST*3610 [0.50] Consumer Economics

COST*3620 [0.50] Advertising Management

ECON*3620 [0.50] International Trade

ECON*3720 [0.50] History of the World Economy since 1850

AGEC*4360 [0.50] Marketing Research

AGEC*4370 [0.50] Marketing Management

HAFA*4390 [0.50] Individuals and Groups in Organizations

ECON*4800 [0.50] Theory of Strategic Management

One of:

CIS*1000 [0.50] Introduction to Computer Applications

CIS*1200 [0.50] Introduction to Computing

CIS*1500 [0.50] Introduction to Programming

COST*2020 [0.50] Information Management

Study and Work Abroad

Year 3 or year 4 will provide students with the opportunity to continue their studies abroad. Students will select up to 6.00 credits which can be included in the area of emphasis, as electives, or both. They are subject to approval by the program coordinator and the departmental advisor. Courses taken in Europe will not count towards the specialization average.

A practicum is recommended as part of the Study and Work Year Abroad. It is however, optional. The practicum should follow the Study Year Abroad and may occupy part of semester 7. Results must be documented through a report which may be written in the language of the country of the practicum and which will be graded. Topics will be chosen by the students in consultation with their practicum supervisor, the program coordinator and the departmental advisor. The decision as to whether the student has been successful lies with the practicum supervisor and the departmental advisor. If there is no work available abroad, students may do their practicum with an international firm in Canada, or replace it with two courses from their Area of Emphasis.



Note: when searching for a course code replace the " * " with a blank

Admission inquiries: Admission Services ~ ~ ~ General calendar inquiries: U.P.S. ~ ~ ~ Last revision: 02 October 2002

2002 Office of Registrarial Services, University of Guelph