|Required Courses||Thesis Option Required Hours||Non-Thesis Option Required Hours|
|EURO 501 and EURO 502||8||8|
|Language Requirement: A candidate must demonstrate proficiency in a language of the European Union, other than English, at the advanced (third-year) level. Up to seven hours of advanced language (third or fourth-year) course work may be used toward the MA total hours.||max 7||max 7|
|Thesis Hours Required: (min/max applied towards degree):||0-8||**|
|Minimum 500-level Hours Required Overall:||12||12|
Other Requirements: ** For the non-thesis option at least two substantial research papers on European Union topics as part of course work, when relevant to the candidate’s professional orientation, are required.
Coursework must come from at least three different academic units. Up to twelve hours may be credited for MA-equivalent study abroad courses or eight hours for internship placement. For more information, contact Visiting Coordinator of Academic Programs, Neil Vander Most or consult the European Union Studies MA Handbook.