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  • European Union Studies

    The European Union studies certificate provides the opportunity to gain multidisciplinary expertise in EU-related affairs.

    About this Certificate

    The certificate program is open to all undergraduates. To be eligible, students must have a minimum 2.5 overall GPA and a 3.0 GPA in their declared major. Completion of the certificate requires a combined 3.0 GPA for all certificate coursework.

    At least nine credits of coursework must be unique to the European Union Studies certificate out of all other certificates and minors.

    ​Required Course: choose one, three credits

    • EUS 4210 / POS 4931 The Politics and Institutions of the European Union
    • INR 4531 Politics of the European Union

    Core Course: choose one, three credits

    • EUS 4211 European Union's Enlargement
    • EUS 4212 European Economic Integration: Politics and Policy
    • EUS 4213/POS 4931 Turkey and the EU: History, Present and the Future
    • EUS 4932 Jean Monnet Special Seminar: The EU Today
    • EUS 4931/POS 4931 The EU in the Global Economy
    • EUS 4930/POS 4931 The Domestic Politics of EU Enlargement
    • EUS 4930/SYD 4701 Nationalism & Ethnicity in Europe
    • EUS 4931/POS 4931 Citizenship and Migration in the EU
    • EUS 4950 EU and the World (UF in Brussels Study Abroad)
    • EUS 4950 EU Environmental Policy (UF in Florence Study Abroad)
    • EUS 4905 Individual Work (for students interested in EU internships)
    • MMC 4302 World Communication Systems
    • POS 4956 Economics & Politics of the EU (or equivalent - UF in Salzburg Study Abroad)
    • SYD 4701 Nationalism and Ethnicity in Europe
    • Or students can select a course from an approved list.

    Enhanced Courses: choose two, six credits

    • Any course approved by the Center for European Studies, see approved list.
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