The Cultural History Program is first and foremost an academic program. You're required to enroll in 12 hours of credit and complete all course requirements.
Enroll in one, three-credit course in history and one three-credit course in art on the Western European itinerary, and make one art and one history selection for the Mediterranean. (make your selections from the offerings below). You must complete all course requirements. The courses are designed to meet basic studies or general education requirements. Courses at the 300 and 400-level may meet major or minor requirements or be taken as elective credit. EMU students must take Art 100 before taking Art 379.
ARTH 100 Art Appreciation (3)
The aim is to acquaint you with art philosophies, their elements, principles and values. Visit most major art museums in the cities on our itinerary and study key works. For non-art majors and minors.
HIST 102 History of Western Civilization, 1648 to World War I (3)
A topical survey of western civilization from the 17th century to World War I. Cultural development and institutional growth are emphasized. The Baroque era, Enlightenment, political and industrial revolutions, nationalism and imperialism are among major topics considered.
HIST 333 Europe Since 1919 (3)
A history of Europe since Versailles with emphasis upon the Communist, Fascist and Nazi revolutions and their impact on the world, the origins and outbreak of the Second World War, and the post-1945 era.
ARTH 100: Art Appreciation (3)
The aim is to acquaint students with art philosophies, their elements, principles and values. For non-art majors and minors. Most major art museums in the cities on our itinerary will be visited and key works studied. For the art museums to be visited see the itinerary.
HIST 101: History of Western Civilization to 1648 (3)
A topical survey of Western Civilization from its Greco-Roman origins to the 17th century. Cultural development and institutional growth are emphasized. Greco-Roman contributions, the Judeo-Christian heritage, Byzantine and Islamic cultures, European expansion and militarism, the Renaissance and the Reformation are among the major topics considered.
HIS 379: Special Topic: Aspects of Mediterranean History (3)
Study of political, social, economic and cultural trends in selected Mediterranean lands. Topics and time periods emphasized will vary according to areas visited. Designed solely for Eastern Michigan University overseas study programs.
The courses offered are designed to meet basic studies or core curriculum requirements at most universities. Courses at the 300 and 400 level may meet major or minor requirements or be taken as elective credit. You must complete all course requirements even if they do not intend to transfer the credits to their home institution. The decision to accept the credits earned on this program rests with the appropriate officials at your home institution. You should consult with your advisor to learn your institution's policies and procedures regarding transfer credit.