Master's degree requirements are outlined in the Graduate School bulletin.
- one approved graduate course from History (3-4 credits)
- one approved graduate course from Political Science or European Law (3 cr)
- one approved graduate course on the European Union, Europe in the World or taking a comparative perspective on Europe and other world regions (3 cr)
- one approved graduate course on Literature/Culture (3 cr)
- elective course in European Studies (2-4 cr)
- reading competence in at least one approved European language
No more than three credit hours may be in readings (W805) or independent research (W875). A maximum of 4 credits or one course may be taken within the student's major field of study.