The Center for European and Mediterranean Studies offers an interdisciplinary honors Major and a Minor in European and Mediterranean studies. Students can focus their studies on contemporary patterns of politics, culture, and society or on historical topics in Europe and the Mediterranean region. CEMS' undergraduate program is designed for students seeking pre-professional training for careers in international business and finance, diplomacy, international law, and cultural organizations dealing with Europe.
Although open to all students, the Minor is especially suited to majors in European languages, history, or the social sciences.
Undergraduates who are matriculated in the College of Arts and Science may also consider the B.A./M.A. program—an opportunity to earn both the bachelor's degree and the master's degree in a shorter period of time and at less cost than is normally the case. Read about the GSAS/CAS Tuition Program, which involves a 25% tuition discount.
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