Requirements

Class Year Eligibility:

  • First Year (undergrad)
  • Second Year (undergrad)
  • Third Year (undergrad)
  • Fourth Year + (undergrad)

Participants may enroll in either or both GOVT 3323 European Politics and PAM 3620 Population Controversies in Europe and the U.S.

Eligibility is based on good academic standing, intellectual interest, and personal maturity.

Lecture and discussion sessions are conducted in English, so no knowledge of Italian is required. The program is open to all university and college undergraduate students; participants need not be Cornell students.

For Cornell students, GOVT 3323 satisfies the requirement for the College of Arts and Sciences' degree in social and behavioral analysis and counts toward the minor in European studies. PAM 3620 counts toward the minor in inequality. Both courses may fulfill the 120 credits that Cornell undergraduate students must earn for graduation.

Depending on a student's college, the courses may also fulfill other requirements for electives, distribution requirements, or majors.