European Studies Certificate Program
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Please contact Csanád Z. Siklós at email@example.com with any questions, or to set up a virtual appointment.
The European Studies Program offers undergraduates the opportunity to earn a Certificate in European Studies. Potential recipients of the Certificate:
-Demonstrate a commitment to the study of Europe by attaining competency in a European language (other than English);
-Take either courses that address Europe as a whole or a combination of courses that cover at least three European countries or subregions from at least two different departments.
The Certificate in European Studies is a valuable entry on an undergraduate’s record. For undergraduates applying to graduate schools to study Europe, the Certificate can point to a sustained level of interest in the continent. For students seeking employment in the business dealing with Europe, the Certificate can demonstrate a breadth of background in the continent not normally found among U.S. undergraduates.
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Requirements for the Certificate
Successfully complete 7 courses drawn from at least TWO disciplines that focus on Europe, its regions or countries in one of the following ways:
-All courses address Europe as a whole by focusing on topics such as the European Union, European History, or European Literature;
-Courses address at least three European countries or regions such as Portugal, France, or Scandinavia; or
-A combination of courses focusing on Europe as a whole and courses focusing on at least two European countries or regions.
-Europe-related “topics” courses, study abroad, and/or graduate level courses may also be counted with the permission of the Center. Contact the advisor for more information.
-Satisfy L&S foreign language requirement in a European language other than English. (Contact the advisor for more information and language equivalency questions).
-Fulfill requirements of a B.S. or B.A. degree in an established major in a school or college at the University of Wisconsin-Madison.
-Maintain a minimum GPA of 2.5 (BC) in all courses that you wish to count toward the Certificate.
-Complete a Certificate Declaration Form by emailing Csanád Z. Siklós, firstname.lastname@example.org
For more information please look at the Certificate Brochure.