May 26, 2018  
College Catalog 2017-2018 
    
College Catalog 2017-2018

BA 290 - Emerging European Union

3.00 credits.
An introduction to the history and social structure of European economic integration from 1927 to present by examining the problems faced by the member states, the specific role of British politics, eastern European politics in the European Union and European Monetary Union, debates and the impact of the Union on Britain, the accession states and the United States, in terms of both its social system obstacles to integration and its European public policy. An understanding of social conflicts inherent in the integration of multiple social systems and cultural, business, political, technological and legal obstacles associated with economic integration of the European Union and the tenuous relationship between the Union members is emphasized. Offered only in the Summer Study Abroad in Oxford, England Programme and the Department of Business Program in Prague. Register by Instructor.