Europe, Eurasia, and Russia

Choose at least one course from Group A: Western, Central and Eastern Europe and one from Group B: Russia and Eurasia. The other two courses may be taken from either group.

Group A. Western, Central and Eastern Europe

HIST 6042 World War II

HIST 6050 Modernization, Imperialism, Globalization

HIST 6051 Re-thinking Cold War History

HIST 6101 Topics in European History

HIST 6120 Early Modern European History

HIST 6121 Modern European History

HIST 6128 Europe and the World, 1500–Present

HIST 6133 English People and Institutions

HIST 6170 Eastern European History, 1772–1918

HIST 6171 Eastern European History, 1919–1945

IAFF 6338 Special Topics in European and Eurasian Studies

  • The European Union
  • Transatlantic Relations in the 21st Century
  • European Union Foreign Policy

PSC 6360 Western European Politics

PSC 6361 Politics of European Integration

PSC 6364 Comparative Governments and Politics of Eastern Europe

PSC 6465 International Politics of Eastern Europe

PSC 8388 Selected Topics

Group B. Russia and Eurasia

EDUC 6602 Regional Studies in International Education

  • Education, Transformation, and the Former Soviet Union

HIST 6001 Special Topics

  • Central Asian History
  • History of the Russian and Soviet Empires

HIST 6180 History of Modern Russia and the Soviet Union

HIST 6185 Russian and Soviet Thought

HIST 6188 Soviet Foreign Policy, 1917–1991

IAFF 6138 Special Topics in International Development Studies

  • Post-Soviet Democracy Development

IAFF 6338 Special Topics in European and Eurasian Studies

  • Turkey's Place in Europe
  • History and Politics of the Caucuses
  • Security in Russia/Eurasia
  • Geopolitics of Eurasian Energy

Note: Special/Selected Topics courses change often
Check the schedule of classes for each semester's offerings. With permission of the program director, other Special/Selected Topics courses not listed here may be used to fulfill program requirements.

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