Certificate in European Union Studies
- Twelve hours of courses in European Union studies, approved by the advisor. Nine of the twelve hours must be at the 3000-level or above.
- At least two courses must be taken from INTA.
- All courses must be taken on a letter-grade basis, and a grade of C or better must be received in each course.
- Students majoring in INTA may not count courses towards the certificate that are required for their majors by name and number or for other INTA certificates.
- No more than six credits of special topics (4803) and three credits of special problems (4903) may be used towards the certificate.
Courses that qualify for the Certificate:
INTA 2220 - Government and Politics of Western Europe
INTA 3120 - European Security Issues
INTA 3321 - Political Economy of European Integration
INTA 4121 - Seminar in Europe: European Security
INTA 4230 - Seminar in Europe: European Union
INTA 4801-03 - Special Topics with Approval (e.g. Toward a United States of Europe, Defining Trends and People in Post-War Germany, French-American Relations, France in the EU)
INTA 4874 - Das Neue Europa: Die Europaeische Union im Blickpunkt
Online courses through the EU Center:
(Please contact Katja Weber, PhD, EU Center, for information about these courses.)
INTA 4XXX - Federalism and Multi-level Governance
INTA 4XXX - EU Science and Technology Policy
INTA 4XXX - Doing Business in the EU and US
INTA 4XXX - Geography of the EMU
INTA 4XXX - Law and Legal Systems of the EU Integration Theory
INTA 4XXX - Practice and Limits of Union
INTA 4XXX - EU Environmental Policy
INTA 4XXX - European Monetary Union
INTA 4XXX - Political Economy of Euro-skepticism
INTA 4XXX - EU-U.S. Relations
Vicki Birchfield, Robert Kennedy, Michael Salomone, and Katja Weber