About this Program
- College: Liberal Arts and Sciences
- Credits: 12-14 | Completed with minimum grades of C
Certificates must contain at least nine credits of coursework that are unique to that program out of all other certificates and minors.
By requiring one semester of language study (beyond the College of Liberal Arts and Sciences’ language proficiency requirement), the program gives students the opportunity to enhance their language skills beyond the introductory level. Furthermore, an area studies program that includes less commonly taught languages (Czech, Hungarian, Polish) as core requirements offers a special opportunity as there are no comparable programs in the state of Florida.
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 East Central European Studies certificate out of all other certificates and minors.
|Eastern European Politics|
|Late Modern Central and Eastern Europe|
|Central and Eastern Europe in the 20th Century|
|Select a minimum of 3 credits beyond college requirement:||3-5|
|Introduction to Czech Language and Culture 1|
|Intermediate Czech 1|
|European Less Commonly Taught Languages|
|Intermediate German 1|
|Beginning Hungarian 1|
|Elementary Hungarian: Review and Progress 1|
|Introduction to Polish Language and Culture 1|
|Introduction to Russian Language and Culture 1|
|Intermediate Russian 1|
Minimum 6 credits
|EUH 3205||Nineteenth-Century Europe||3|
|EUH 4563||Habsburg Monarchy||3|
|EUH 4610||Society and the Sexes in Modern Europe, 18C to the Present||3|
|EUS 3100||European Cinema (approved sections) 1||4-8|
|EUS 3220||Secret Police under Communism||3|
|EUS 3400||Migration in Europe||3|
|GEA 3500||Geography of Europe||3|
|Any 3000/4000-level CZT/GET/PLT/RUT course or other special-topic courses 1|
|Additional electives 1|
As approved by the Center for European Studies.