Curricular & Co-Curricular

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The ESC typically provides classes of small size (averaging 25 students), many of them taught by internationally renowned faculty. Courses are cross-listed across departments, professional schools, and other interdisciplinary programs.  Courses about specific countries, with a comparative and regional focus, and courses highlighting the intellectual foundations of West European culture form the program's core. Such courses offer students the benefits of both breadth and specialization.

Approved Courses:

SPRING 2022

**Update** You can now easily see which courses are pre-approved for your ESC certificate program directly on PeopleSoft mobile.  To get the full list, in the Course Search terms, select "Spring Term 2021-22", your campus, and your academic career (grad or undergrad).  Then under Course Attribute, select "UC for International Studies" and under Course Attribute Value, select your program (West European Studies, EU Studies, Mediterranean Studies, Transatlantic Studies, or Related Concentration in European and Eurasian Studies).  Then hit Search.  (You may want to de-select the box for Show Open Courses Only for a more complete list.)

FALL 2021
West European Studies Certificate
European Union Studies Certificate
Related Concentration in European and Eurasian Studies Certificate
Transatlantic Studies Certificate

SPRING 2021
West European Studies Certificate
European Union Studies Certificate
Related Concentration in European and Eurasian Studies Certificate
Transatlantic Studies Certificate