The core subjects might remain same for a majority of the universities but then a lot of courses might vary depending on the college, specializationsand universities you are enrolled into.
The pay and salary also depend on the courses you select.
The gist of the syllabus and subject details are below:
Medieval Europe: Transition from Ancient Society to Medieval Society; Feudal Institutions; Medieval State and Church; Clergy and its Socio-Economic Role.
Feudalism: Agrarian Structure and Relations; The Manorial System - Changing Position of the Peasantry; Agrarian Technology Organisation of Non-Agricultural Production; Major Non-Agricultural Productions; Artisans and Merchants Local Trade under Feudalism; Growth of Foreign Trade and Commerce; Urbanisation: Urban Centers and Society; Decline of Feudalism Transition from Feudalism to Capitalism in Europe; Renaissance and its Impact; Reformation and its Impact; Enlightenment and Scientific Revolution
Rise of Capitalism: Mercantile Revolution – Origins, Nature and Impact; Economic Developments during the 16th Century: Shift of Economic Balance from the Mediterranean Region to Atlantic Region; Old Colonial System and its Consequences
Rise of Liberalism: ‘Glorious’ Revolution – Nature and Impact; American Revolution – Nature and Impact; French Revolution – Nature and Impact
Growth of Capitalism: Industrial and Technological Revolution – Origins, Nature and Impact; Nationalism in Central Europe; Imperialism: Origins, Interpretations and Consequences
Bartbelt, C.J. - Peace, War and European Powers 1814-1914
Cipolla, C.M. Fontana Economic History of Europe, Vol. III
Chauhan, D.S. Europe of Itihas (Hindi)
Evans, J. The Foundations of Modern State in 19th Century
Grant and Temperley: Europe in the Nineteenth and Twentieth Centuries