Admission to the Program in European Cultural Studies
Students from many of Princeton’s established departments choose to take a certificate in European Cultural Studies. The classes in this program involve interdisciplinary approaches to the interpretation of the products of European culture, from novels and paintings to cityscapes and land-use patterns. Students should take either the Humanistic Studies 216-219 sequence, or ECS/EPS 301 or 302. Though these courses are usually viewed as prerequisites, they can be taken in the junior or senior year.