The Center for European Studies offers both a major and minor in the study of Western and Central Europe.
Students pursuing a degree in European Studies (EUS) must complete all of College of Liberal Arts requirements for a B.A. In addition, EUS students also take: 24 hours of European Studies courses (18 of which must be upper division), one additional year of a foreign language (beyond the COLA language requirement), a Capstone thesis, and participate in an approved* study abroad program (financial aid is available) or internship in a Western or Central European country for a minimum of six weeks.
For more detailed information about the EUS undergraduate degree, please view the following degree plans:
You can also search for courses online in the Liberal Arts Course Descriptions database.
To contact the European Studies' Academic Advisor, please contact Tim Ashlock:
*A comprehensive list of study abroad programs is available at UT's Study Abroad website. Once a student decides on a particular program or internship, the CES Director will have final approval as to its acceptance for the major.