From Shakespeare and Tolstoy to Medieval Art and the French Revolution.
If you are keenly interested in European affairs, the program in European studies is designed for you. The major or minor in European studies cuts across traditional departmental and divisional boundaries and allows you to work with faculty members and design a program of study that integrates those aspects of European affairs that best meet your interests.
The European studies program supports a dynamic scholarly community composed of faculty, students, and citizens who share interests in Europe and together seek to enrich local and national appreciation for, study of, and exchanges with Europe.
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European art, business, history, environment, languages, literature, music, philosophy, and political science are among the areas of study available to you. Study abroad is at the center of the program, with international study typically taking place between the completion of your first and third year at Millsaps. Study abroad programs are located across Europe and cover almost any interest.