EUSP Minor



Holly Raynard
University of Florida
3326A Turlington Hall
PO Box 117342
Gainesville, FL 32611

(352) 294-7150

Advising hours:

Wed.: 3:00 – 5:00 pm
Thur.: 12:00 – 2:00 pm

And by appt.


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Application to Add or Cancel a Minor

The European Union Studies Program Minor (EUSP-M) in the College of Liberal Arts and Science is designed by the Center for European Studies (CES) to give UF students the opportunity to gain multi-disciplinary expertise, as well as practical hands-on experience in EU-related affairs through course work, internship and study abroad opportunities.

The EUSP-M is open to all UF undergraduates. To be eligible students must have an overall GPA of at least 2.5. The minor requires completion of an exit survey, 18 hours of course work as well as participation in either an EU-related internship or a Study Abroad Program in one of CES-sponsored programs. The internship has to be approved by the Director of the EU Studies Program and in coordination with a faculty mentor of the student’s choosing. Only previously approved CES-sponsored Study Abroad Programs (UF in Brussels, UF in Kraków/Wrocław, UF in Prague or UF in Salzburg) with at least one explicitly EU-related course (focus on an individual EU member-state or group of member states is not sufficient) will be automatically counted towards the fulfillment of the capstone requirements of the EUSP minor degree. In the case of all other Study Abroad Programs prior approval must be obtained. A maximum of 6 credits may be double-counted with a major/minor.


EUSP Minor vs. EUSP Certificate

  Minor Certificate
Required Course 1 1
Core Courses 2 1
Enhanced Courses 3 2
Capstone Requirement Study Abroad / Internship None
C or better in EUSP courses Yes Yes
Overall GPA over 2.5 Yes Yes
Courses Exclusively Counted Toward Minor/Certificate 6 credits must be exclusive to the minor 9 credits must be unique to the certificate
Exit Survey Yes Yes


The EUSP Fall 2020 schedule lists all current or previously offered courses. Additional courses with European Union content not listed in the EUSP curriculum may be counted as area studies core or enhanced courses by petition. Petitions should include the semester and place the course was completed, the full course syllabus, a statement of how the course was European Union–related and summary of European Union content as well as the full contact information for the professor of the course.


To apply for the EUSP Minor, please fill out an Application to Add or Cancel a Minor and return to:

  • Office of the University Registrar
    PO Box 114000,
    222 Criser Hall
    Gainesville, FL  32611-4000