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BeautyFreedom
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CIEE China, Shanghai- Business, Language + Culture
Fall / SpringEnglishBusiness
Economics
BUSI 3002 SBLC / ECON 3001 SBLC
China’s Macroeconomic ImpactSince 1978, when China initiated economic reforms and opening-up policies, the Chinese economy has been one of the fastest-growing economies in the world. China is now the world’s second-biggest economy and second-biggest exporter. This course examines the impact of China’s economic rise on the global economy over the last three decades. The course offers in-depth discussion of Chinese macroeconomic development, industrial structure, trade pattern, economic imbalance, and its impact on the rest of the world economy, particularly on Asia, the United States, and Africa.EC 299EC Elective
33
CIEE China, Shanghai- Business, Language + Culture
Fall / SpringEnglishBusiness
Economics
EAST 3002 SBLC / ECON 3002 SBLC
China’s Economic ReformsThis course introduces students to both the domestic and international aspects of China’s economy. It explores the political, social, and cultural forces shaping China’s modernization and how the country’s businesses are interacting with the world marketplace. It also provides students the knowledge of processes of reforms in different economic aspects in China and strives to help them understand the macroeconomic and microeconomic characteristics of the Chinese economy. In this course, students come to understand the economic mechanism in the so called “Socialist Market Economy,” and gain a better understanding of the achievements and challenges that China is facing in its further economic reform and modernization. By the end of the semester, students are expected to analyze the Chinese economy using practical methods appropriate to China’s current economic situation.EC 299EC Elective
37
CIEE China, Shanghai- Business, Language + Culture
Fall / Spring
English/Chinese
Arts and Science
Sociology
EAST 3005 SCGC / SOCI 3001 SCGC
Issues in Chinese SocietyChina’s transition to a market economy and return to the global community have huge impacts over the lives of its people, as well as the rest of the world. While covering other fields such as anthropology, political science, gender studies, and urban studies, this course mostly employs a sociological perspective to examine issues in contemporary Chinese society. Topics examined include not only these well-known aspects of Chinese society such as guanxi and face, collectivism and family-centered culture, but also the emerging civil society, ongoing sexual revolution, and increasing social polarization that are more likely associated with the enormous social change over the past three decades. Students are asked to critically and creatively think about change and continuity in contemporary China in relation to the dynamic and complex interaction of local factors and global forces.SO 299
Special Topics in Sociology
45
CIEE China, Shanghai- Business, Language + Culture
Fall / Spring
English/Chinese
Arts and Science
Political Science
EAST 3006 SCGC / POLI 3001 SCGC
Political Development in Modern ChinaThe first half of this course will survey chronologically the major eras of modern China’s political change and development, from the Late Qing to the present day. The second half will focus on different aspects of Chinese political practice and development, including exploring the relationships between nationalism, Marxism, and Confucianism; elite politics and Leninism; threats to Party rule; democratic development; constitutional developments and rule of law; the “China Model;” and “decentralized authoritarianism.”PO 299Special Topics
104
CIEE England- Global InstituteSpringEnglishBusiness
Management
MGMT 3001Business Ethics and LeadershipThis course examines the philosophical foundations and basic principles of ethics as they apply to businesses and the environments in which they operate. Real-world case studies are used to provide students with insight into how businesses and organizations manage – and in some cases fail to manage – challenging ethical and moral dilemmas. Students also consider the particular responsibilities of business leaders in fostering ethical awareness and practices within the corporate context.MGT 257Business Ethics
107
CIEE England- Global InstituteSpringEnglish
Arts and Science
Communication and Media Studies
COMM 3005Music, Media, and Public SpheresThis course examines music markets and the ongoing evolution of the music industry, with a focus on the cultural and social influence of music, the changing perspective of music consumers, and the role of artists. Students will learn about different business models in the music industry, the interaction of music with other media, and the intersection of traditional music forms (radio, records, and concerts) with new technologies such as online audio streaming. The German GEMA will be used as a model for discussing digital rights management, the rise of independent labels, and copyright issues. The course is taught using a dynamic mix of lectures, case-study discussions, student presentations, and includes a field trip to a local music label, such as Universal or Sony BMG.MU 299AThe Business of Music
108
CIEE England- Global InstituteSpringEnglish
Arts and Science
Communication and Media Studies
COMM 3301
Intercultural Communication and Leadership
In this course, students develop skills, knowledge, and understanding that will help them more appropriately and effectively engage, communicate and lead, in Berlin and in other intercultural contexts. Students explore a variety of topics in intercultural communication in the context of students’ experiences abroad and practice intercultural learning processes that can be applied when working across cultural differences. Students increase cultural self-awareness and develop critical personal leadership skills that equip them to become more-effective citizens and leaders in an increasingly interdependent world.CM 299Special Topics in Communication and Media Studies
112
CIEE England- Global InstituteSpringEnglish
Arts and Science
Communication and Media Studies
JOUR 3001International JournalismThis course is designed to provide an introduction to the theories and techniques of journalism with an emphasis on fairness and accuracy of journalistic coverage of diverse, multi-racial communities, the role of journalism in democratic societies, news values and ethics, and reporting and writing techniques. Using specific examples from contemporary Europe and the United Kingdom, students examine the influence of journalism on politics, business, and society. Students will visit the National Union of Journalists headquarters in London to examine the organization’s role in promoting freedoms for international journalism.CM 299Special Topics in Communication and Media Studies
113
CIEE England- Global InstituteSpringEnglish
Arts and Science
Communication and Media Studies
JOUR 3002
Fourth Estate: British Media and Political Structure
Students will develop an understanding of the influence of the media on public opinion and social interaction in contemporary British society. The course focuses on broadcasting and print media, exploring the dynamic relationship between the development of communication technologies and the content of media messages. Students will investigate the development and impact of British tabloid culture, along with the interaction between the state, politics, and the media in British society. This course will examine the language of tabloid media in relation to conflicts involving the United Kingdom, and tabloid commentary on contemporary British society. Students meet people directly involved in local tabloid media production and get a close-up view of the broadcasting process at BBC Studios in London.CM 299Special Topics in Communication and Media Studies
117
CIEE England- Global InstituteSpringEnglishBusiness
Management
BUSI 3003International ManagementThis course examines how international and multinational companies develop international management strategies to fulfill their vision and mission. Lectures, readings, and assignments focus on operations, management, and organization of multinational business ventures. Students examine the importance of effective intercultural communication among units of internationally distributed companies, their partners, and clients. International companies in and around Berlin help students learn firsthand about the theories, issues, and practices discussed in class.MGT 278International Business
120
CIEE England- Global InstituteSpringEnglish
Arts and Science
Psychology
PSYC 3002Psychology Of Health And IllnessHealth psychology focuses on the relationship between behavior, health, and illness while trying to identify the predictors of health-compromising and health-enhancing factors. Through a dual focus on healthcare and psychology, students will examine illness identities in the German/European Union context. Special emphasis will be placed on cultural differences related to quality of life, self-help, religious beliefs, alternative medicine, and rituals related to dying and death. Through an examination of the relevant literature, guest lectures and site visits, the course addresses philosophical questions about the perceptions and definitions of what it means to be “healthy” or “unhealthy” within a cultural context.PS 295Health Psychology
127
CIEE England- Global InstituteSpringEnglish
Arts and Science
Sociology / Communication / Woman Studies
COMM / SOCI / GEND 3001
Gender, Race, Sexuality, and Popular Culture
Students explore issues of gender and sexuality by reading, watching, and listening to contemporary gender- and queer-inspired artistic productions in the cultural hothouse that is Berlin. Students attend a variety of art exhibitions, concerts, theater/dance performances, and film screenings, and read fiction and poetry in order to focus on (1) how each of these “texts” constructs in a specific way and thereby negotiates gender and its intersection with other axes of difference, such as ethnicity, sexual orientation, or class; (2) how these texts view the human body and its affects; and (3) how they relate multiple forms of sexuality to social categories and hierarchies. While the discourse on gender and sexuality in Germany is heavily influenced by American contributions to the field, this course looks for inflections that are specific to the German historical and cultural context, such as the connections between gender analysis and anti-Semitism, the critiques of radical leftist groups, and issues raised by the country’s non-European and non-Christian ethnic minorities.SO 263Sociology of Gender
139
CIEE France- Global InstituteFall / SpringEnglish
Arts and Science
Communications
CINE 3001Global CinemaSince its beginnings, film has initiated encounters with foreign cultures and diffused their moving images across the globe. The initial collection of cinematic images by the Lumière brothers and the early documentary efforts of auteurs like Flaherty give way to the spectacular representations of the Other in King Kong and Lawrence of Arabia that cedes to media increasingly diffused and viewed by the planet at large, where the Other is accessibly present to global spectators in the guise of “World Cinema” for example. Drawing from this dynamic of media that explore, exploit or exceed our relationships with the new and foreign, this course offers students the chance to explore some of the paradoxes around the history and promise of world media. How can we best understand the aesthetics of this mediated curiosity? What economic and national forces have determined foreign encounters in film and other media? How might the explosion of Internet exchanges of moving images radically alter our notions of the distances and times that separate us from the Other?CM 299Special Topics in Communication and Media Studies
140
CIEE France- Global InstituteFall / SpringEnglish
Arts and Science
Communications
CINE 3001Contemporary French CinemaThis course focuses on French cinema, its history and current status, as well as Parisian cinema culture. Emphasis is placed on the analysis of social issues, as well as cinema as it falls in the cultural terrain of contemporary life in Paris. Major trends in the history of French cinema, as well as the influence of European cinema on French cinema, will be explored. This course integrates screenings and outings to the vast array of cinematic sites that Paris, the birthplace of film, has to offer.CM 353National Cinemas
141
CIEE France- Global InstituteFall / SpringEnglish
Arts and Science
Communications
COMM 3004
Gender, Race, Sexuality, And Popular Culture
Through this course, students will apply a critical lens to the representation of gender, race, and sexuality in popular cultural media including French TV, film, radio, the Internet, music, advertising and literature. By contrasting and comparing similar representations in other European countries and the United States, students will be able to critically analyze the construction of multiple identities and the corresponding theoretical frameworks, as defined by Julia Kristeva, Judith Butler, Michel Foucault, Pierre Bourdieu, Jacques Lacan, Homi Bhabha, Gayatri Spivak and Domnique Meda. Starting with the post-1968 birth of the Mouvement pour la Libération de la Femme, students will identify the specificities of French feminism, the gay right’s movement in France, and the way in which gender and sexuality are performed and perceived in relation racial, national and class identities in the present day.CM 299Special Topics in Communication and Media Studies
142
CIEE France- Global InstituteFall / SpringEnglish
Arts and Science
Communications
COMM 3301
Intercultural Communication and Leadership
In this course, you will develop skills, knowledge, and understanding that will help you more appropriately and effectively engage, communicate and lead, in Paris and in other intercultural contexts. Course participants explore a variety of topics in intercultural communication based in the context of students’ experiences abroad and practice intercultural learning processes that can be applied when working across cultural differences in a wide variety of common contexts. Students increase their cultural self-awareness and develop critical personal leadership skills that equip them to become more effective citizens and leaders in an increasingly interdependent world.CM 299Special Topics in Communications
143
CIEE France- Global InstituteFall / SpringEnglish
Arts and Science
Communications
GEND 3002
Gender, Race, Sexuality, And Popular Culture
Through this course, students will apply a critical lens to the representation of gender, race, and sexuality in popular cultural media including French TV, film, radio, the Internet, music, advertising and literature. By contrasting and comparing similar representations in other European countries and the United States, students will be able to critically analyze the construction of multiple identities and the corresponding theoretical frameworks, as defined by Julia Kristeva, Judith Butler, Michel Foucault, Pierre Bourdieu, Jacques Lacan, Homi Bhabha, Gayatri Spivak and Domnique Meda. Starting with the post-1968 birth of the Mouvement pour la Libération de la Femme, students will identify the specificities of French feminism, the gay right’s movement in France, and the way in which gender and sexuality are performed and perceived in relation racial, national and class identities in the present day.CM 299Special Topics in Communication and Media Studies
225
CIEE French and Critical StudiesSpring
English / French
Arts and Science
Political Science
FRST 3004 /POLI 3002
The Poetics and Politics of Postcolonial Identities
This interdisciplinary course explores the impact of colonization and the post-colonial on the construction of identities from the Enlightenment to today. By first focusing on the ambiguities of the colonial mission that would both dominate and welcome, educate and oppress, this course will then attempt to deconstruct the postcolonial relationship between language and bodies, the politics of decolonisation and postcolonisation, and link this analysis to the problem of gender. The works of Memmi, Khatibi, Duras, Genet, Derrida, Nancy, Denis, Djebar and Glissant will be studied.PO 299Special Topics
227
CIEE French and Critical StudiesSpring
English / French
Arts and Science
Gender and Women's Studies
GEND 3001Gender and DifferenceThis course offers an investigation into the major theories of gender, sex, and sexuality that have been articulated in France over the last 30 years, and the ways in which these ideas have at times been appropriated in the U.S. Emphasis is given to the concept of sexual difference as it is employed by Freud and Lacan, and to the feminist criticism of Cixous, Irigaray, and Kristeva.SO 299
Special Topics in Sociology
228
CIEE French and Critical StudiesFall
English / French
Arts and Science
Gender and Women's Studies
GEND 3002Paris TravestiThis course explores how transplanted, translated, transitory, and transgressive sexual identities have and do fuel avant-garde artistic expression and theoretical debate in modern and contemporary French culture. A study of the works of such creators as Irigaray, Butler, Genet, Cixous, and Lacan help students understand the historical, critical context within which gender and sexuality are done and undone within the French and Francophone context.SO 299
Special Topics in Sociology
235
CIEE Germany- Global InstituteFallEnglishBusinessFinanceBUSI 3001 International FinanceThis course provides students with an overview of the dynamics of global financial and international monetary systems. Students develop knowledge of the fundamental concepts needed to understand foreign direct investment, financial flows, international trade, and investment deals. As political risk and economic exposure to global events has become more immediate, special attention will be given to the 2007-2012 world banking crisis, the role of central banks in stabilization of national economies, the European debt crisis, and the particular role of Germany as the nation that took the lead in intra-EU negotiations.FN 416International Financial Management
242
CIEE Germany- Global InstituteFallEnglishBusiness
Management
BUSI 3003 International ManagementThis course examines how international and multinational companies develop international management strategies to fulfill their vision and mission. Lectures, readings, and assignments focus on operations, management, and organization of multinational business ventures. Students examine the importance of effective intercultural communication among units of internationally distributed companies, their partners, and clients. International companies in and around Berlin help students learn firsthand about the theories, issues, and practices discussed in class.MGT 278International Business
244
CIEE Germany- Global InstituteFallEnglish
Arts and Science
Communication and Media Studies
COMM 3001
Funky Berlin: Radio Production, Propaganda, and Storytelling
The German word for radio is "funk." This intensive, hands-on laboratory course teaches students to produce radio content while exploring the history, places, and people of Berlin. Students sharpen their research and reporting skills, develop interview techniques, and learn or improve their editing and production skills. Local site visits to historically significant studios and current, state-of-the-art production facilities introduce students to the history of German radio innovation. Students also explore the important historical influence of radio as a tool of Nazi and Cold War propaganda.CM 228Radio Production/Journalism/Podcasting
245
CIEE Germany- Global InstituteFallEnglish
Arts and Science
Communication and Media Studies
COMM 3008The Power Of Social MediaThe course will highlight the impact that social media has on corporations, politics and society through enhanced interaction of organizations and individuals. The inherent shift of power and dependency between corporations or governments and their customers, employees or constituents will be be documented and analyzed. Theories and models of communication will be introduced, compared against the traditional media industries, and applied to the social media context. Major challenges for organizations, such as monitoring and responding to social media activity, will be introduced and best-practice cases presented. The activities and experiences of major brand corporations with social media will be explored, using recent market research. In addition to the role of social media for customer acquisition, its influence on customer relationship management will be examined, and manifest developments such as “mass customization” in various industries will be scrutinized.CM 299Special Topics in Communication and Media Studies
246
CIEE Germany- Global InstituteFallEnglish
Arts and Science
Communication and Media Studies
COMM 3301
Intercultural Communication and Leadership
In this course, students develop skills, knowledge, and understanding that will help them more appropriately and effectively engage, communicate and lead, in Berlin and in other intercultural contexts. Students explore a variety of topics in intercultural communication in the context of students’ experiences abroad and practice intercultural learning processes that can be applied when working across cultural differences. Students increase cultural self-awareness and develop critical personal leadership skills that equip them to become more-effective citizens and leaders in an increasingly interdependent world.CM 299Special Topics in Communication and Media Studies
248
CIEE Germany- Global InstituteFallEnglish
Arts and Science
Foreign Languages and Culture
GERM 1001 German Language - Beginning IThis is an introductory German course for students with no prior knowledge of the language. Based on a communicative and task-based approach, it is designed to develop proficiency in oral and written communication skills while providing students with knowledge and understanding of the societies and cultures of German-speaking countries. Students develop their listening, speaking, reading, and writing skills through a variety of stimulating activities. Vocabulary is presented in the context of culturally significant issues.FLC ELECForeign Languages and Cultures Elective
276
CIEE Germany- Global InstituteFallEnglish
Arts and Science
Political Science
INRE 3003 European ImmigrationImmigration has always been a defining feature of European history. This course focuses on the challenges and successes of European immigration, internally and internationally. Students study the historical background of immigration and its role in the transformation of European societies. Immigration from Asia, Africa, and the Middle East generally is understood in cultural and religious terms, highlighting the concern of many in preserving Europe’s cultural and national identities. The course examines the challenges immigration poses and solutions that have been proposed and used by EU countries to support the successful integration of immigrant communities. German immigration policy is analyzed with an emphasis on the Kreuzberg neighborhood. The course includes a visit with officials from The Center for Refugee and Migration S services (zfm) in Berlin.PO 299Special Topics
286
CIEE Germany- Global InstituteFallEnglish
Arts and Science
Communication and Media Studies
JOUR 3001International JournalismThis course is designed to introduce the theories and techniques of journalism with an emphasis on fairness and accuracy of journalistic coverage of diverse, multiracial multiracial communities, the role of journalism in democratic societies, news values and ethics, and reporting and writing techniques. Using specific examples from contemporary Germany and Europe, students examine the influence of journalism on politics, business, and society.CM 299Special Topics in Communication and Media Studies
290
CIEE Germany- Global InstituteFallEnglishBusiness
Management
MGMT 3001 Business Ethics and LeadershipThis course examines the philosophical foundations and basic principles of ethics as they apply to businesses and the environments in which they operate. Real-world case studies are used to provide students with insight into how businesses and organizations manage – and in some cases fail to manage – challenging ethical and moral dilemmas. Students also consider the particular responsibilities of business leaders in fostering ethical awareness and practices within the corporate context.MGT 257Business Ethics
296
CIEE Germany- Global InstituteFallEnglish
Arts and Science
Political Science
POLI 3001 EU PoliticsThis course provides an overview of the process of European integration from the post-World War II era to the present. Students study the functions and power distributions of the EU legislative, executive, and judicial branches of government. Students also analyze the politics of policymaking in different areas, such as the single market, the Euro, and external trade policy. Current dissensions and dysfunctions within the EU are examined and debated from the perspectives of democratic theory and collective action theory. Noneconomic policy areas, such as foreign and security policies, also are addressed. Classroom content is supplemented and enhanced by visits to EU-related organizations in Berlin, and EU officials are invited to the class to discuss and debate key issues.PO 299Special Topics
297
CIEE Germany- Global InstituteFallEnglish
Arts and Science
Political Science
POLI 3002 European Comparative Political SystemsThis course examines the political systems of various European nation-states, including Germany, France, and other central European nations, such as Hungary. Focus is placed on the main political cleavages in each, such as class, ideology, ethnicity, and religion, and how these divisions have influenced the political playing field. Additional topics include nationalism, citizenship, party structures, corporatism, the welfare state, and electoral politics. The course includes a meeting and discussion with members of the empirical research project on the “crisis of democracy” at the WZB Rule of Law Center; a meeting with representatives of Campact, a German civil society organization; and a visit to the Bundestag, where students meet and discuss course topics with members of Parliament.PO 318Contemporary European Politics
305
CIEE Germany- Global InstituteFallEnglish
Arts and Science
Psychology
PSYC 3002Psychology Of Health And IllnessHealth psychology focuses on the relationship between behavior, health, and illness while trying to identify the predictors of health-compromising and health-enhancing factors. Through a dual focus on healthcare and psychology, students will examine illness identities in the German/European Union context. Special emphasis will be placed on cultural differences related to quality of life, self-help, religious beliefs, alternative medicine, and rituals related to dying and death. Through an examination of the relevant literature, guest lectures and site visits, the course addresses philosophical questions about the perceptions and definitions of what it means to be “healthy” or “unhealthy” within a cultural context.PS 295Health Psychology
310
CIEE Germany- Global InstituteFallEnglish
Arts and Science
Sociology
SOCI BRGE / GEND 3001 BEGE
Gender and Sexuality in Contemporary Germany
Students explore issues of gender and sexuality by reading, watching, and listening to contemporary gender- and queer-inspired artistic productions in the cultural hothouse that is Berlin. Students attend a variety of art exhibitions, concerts, theater/dance performances, and film screenings, and read fiction and poetry in order to focus on (1) how each of these “texts” constructs in a specific way and thereby negotiates gender and its intersection with other axes of difference, such as ethnicity, sexual orientation, or class; (2) how these texts view the human body and its affects; and (3) how they relate multiple forms of sexuality to social categories and hierarchies. While the discourse on gender and sexuality in Germany is heavily influenced by American contributions to the field, this course looks for inflections that are specific to the German historical and cultural context, such as the connections between gender analysis and anti-Semitism, the critiques of radical leftist groups, and issues raised by the country’s non-European and non-Christian ethnic minorities.SO 263Sociology of Gender
340
CIEE Language and Culture in Alicante
Fall / SpringSpanish
Arts and Science
Political Science
INRE 3001Spain in the European UnionThis course explores the complex relationship of Spain in the European Union. It begins with a deconstruction of the European Union (EU) through analysis of its symbols, institutional structures and history. We also analyze a new way of understanding political power at the trans-national level and discuss the Europeanization of the continent through the euro and the construction of a European Identity. The role of Spain as a political actor is interwoven throughout our exploration of these European processes. Finally, Spain´s role as a stakeholder in the EU project and the positive and negative effects of its membership to Spanish society at large will be explored. PO 299Special Topics
391
CIEE Liberal Arts in AlicanteFall / SpringSpanish
Arts and Science
Anthropology
ANTH 3002
Social Anthropology of Spain and its People
The aim of this course is for students to analyze the different social and cultural diversity components within Spanish society. Students are exposed to the most important components related to the Iberian Peninsula as well as to the different cultural groups and their ways of social life. In this course, students not only understand the complexity, diversity, and most recent socio-cultural reality from a global perspective, but also from a regional and local perspective. SO 299
Special Topics in Sociology
411
CIEE Liberal Arts in AlicanteFall/SpringSpanish
Arts and Science
Sociology
HISP 3007/SOCI 3002
Spain Through its Popular CultureThe aim of this course is to gain a better knowledge of Spain through Spanish popular culture, very well known by its native people, but sometimes difficult to understand by foreign students. The course explores present Spain by studying different aspects of the popular culture such as music, cinema, literature, comics, television, commercials, press, and entertainment. There is a triple approach: descriptive, analytic, and comparative with the U.S. All topics are illustrated with appropriate audiovisual materials.Students in this class must participate in local excursions to social and cultural emblematic locations in Alicante. SO 299
Special Topics in Sociology
413
CIEE Liberal Arts in AlicanteFall/SpringSpanish
Arts and Science
Foreign Languages and Culture
HISP 3007/SOCI 3003
Spain Through its Popular CultureThe aim of this course is to gain a better knowledge of Spain through Spanish popular culture, very well known by its native people, but sometimes difficult to understand by foreign students. The course explores present Spain by studying different aspects of the popular culture such as music, cinema, literature, comics, television, commercials, press, and entertainment. There is a triple approach: descriptive, analytic, and comparative with the U.S. All topics are illustrated with appropriate audiovisual materials.Students in this class must participate in local excursions to social and cultural emblematic locations in Alicante. SP 299
Special Topics in Spanish
420
CIEE Liberal Arts in AlicanteFall/SpringSpanish
Arts and Science
Political Science
INRE 3004 /HISP 3008
The Political Construction of the European Union
This course examines the key historical events leading to the founding and development of the European Union. It also examines and analyzes how the European Union developed with a special emphasis on institutions and relations with Spain. PO 313
The Politics of European Integration
422
CIEE Liberal Arts in AlicanteFall/SpringSpanish
Arts and Science
Psychology
PSYC 3001Fundamentals of Personality This course studies and analyzes personality, with its features and characteristics, and behavior and temper, which are all subject to psychological studies. This knowledge gives us tools to understand both our own, and other individual’s behavior, and it increases our emotional intelligence and social skills.PS 241
Psychology of Personality
428
CIEE Liberal Arts in AlicanteFall/SpringSpanish
Arts and Science
English
LITT 3001 /CINE 3005
Literature and Film: Two Genres in OneThis course emphasizes the similarities between these two creative genres. The literary text, the script, and the visual text form a unity that, when well done, creates another piece of art. In this course, students view some of the most well-known and most representative films produced by the Spanish film industry in the last 20 years. They also read the literary texts on which some of these films are based and which are becoming classics in Spanish literary history. Students analyze and critique the films and literary texts with the goal of increasing their knowledge of contemporary Spanish culture and recent history. The aim of this course is not only to teach students how to analyze a film, but to show them how cinema can be enjoyable and didactic at the same time. This course also includes visits to La Ciudad de la Luz filming center as well as television studios and media centers. SP 299
Special Topics in Spanish
Literature
431
CIEE Liberal Arts in AlicanteFall/SpringSpanish
Arts and Science
Political Science
POLI 3004 
Legal and Political Structure of Modern Spain
This course examines the evolution of Spanish politics during the 20th century. Students are introduced to the Spanish political system, the Constitutional Monarchy (the Spanish constitution, the three levels of power, the operational Justice Courts, and the relations between the Spanish Government and the Autonomous Regions), the political parties, political campaigning, the electoral system, the role of communications and politics, and Spain’s role in Europe. Students in this class must participate in local excursions to the City Hall, Court House, and other emblematic locations in Alicante.PO 299Special Topics
432
CIEE Liberal Arts in AlicanteFall/SpringSpanish
Arts and Science
Political Science
POLI 3005/INRE 3003
International Relations in the 21st Century The aim of this course is to analyze the geo-political landscape of the world and take a contemporary pulse of the world as it is today. It focuses on the multi-polar world that is being constructed since the end of the Cold War and the beginning of the new century. This course attempts to interpret and construct a basic framework of the contemporary world order. It also covers the enduring problems of globalization, regionalism, nationalism and statehood, international migration, development and inequality environmental degradation, natural resource depletion, and war and global security. Finally, students learn to analyze and understand core issues and concepts in the contemporary international system.PO 122
Introduction to International Relations
Social/Behavioral Science
435
CIEE Liberal Arts in AlicanteFall/SpringSpanish
Arts and Science
Foreign Languages and Culture
SPAN 3011 
Advanced Conversational Spanish: Registers and Colloquial Uses
This course is specifically designed to provide advanced students broader oral communicative competence. Students focus on the different language registers in order to understand and produce statements in any of the varieties of language that a speaker uses in particular social contexts. SP 299
Special Topics in Spanish
Literature
438
CIEE Liberal Arts in AlicanteFall/SpringSpanish
Arts and Science
Foreign Languages and Culture
SPAN 3014Advanced Spanish II: Proficiency in SpanishThis course is designed to meet the needs of students who, having reached the advanced level of Spanish, need to further their skills in all four competences: listening comprehension, oral production, reading comprehension, and writing production. The course makes use of a variety of contemporary registers, from the very colloquial to the more stylish ones. Special attention is given to the more complex structures used in everyday life in real Spanish. The purpose of this course is to provide students the necessary tools to produce statements in any of the varieties of language that a native speaker uses in particular social contexts. SP 299
Special Topics in Spanish
Literature
439
CIEE Liberal Arts in AlicanteFall/SpringSpanish
Arts and Science
Foreign Languages and Culture
SPAN 3502 Comprehensive Advanced Spanish ReviewThis course consists of 45 hours of intensive language review in which students analyze different aspects of the more common language structures in order to achieve a solid foundation. This review is intended to be a good starting point before regular classes begin. Students also develop culturally appropriate skills for real, everyday life situations in Spain. Some activities take place in the local communities.SP 299
Special Topics in Spanish
Literature
442
CIEE Service Learning in Santiago
Fall/SpringSpanish
Arts and Science
SociologySOCI 3003Social Research MethodsThis is a four-week intensive course that introduces students to methods social scientists use in their research, familiarizing students with both the theoretical foundations of qualitative and quantitative inquiry, and the primary methods of data collection and analysis. Particular emphasis is placed on the application of observation techniques, research ethics, field notes, informant interviewing, and secondary data analysis. Students are required to take an online tutorial administered by the Collaborative Institutional Training Initiative (CITI). The skills learned in the course provide a foundation from which students interact and collaborate with their community partners. Furthermore, because this course is taught in Spanish, students learn theoretical and methodological terms in the target language, which facilitate their interactions with community leaders and the production of their Directed Independent Field Research and Capstone Project.SO 382
Methods of Social Research
530
CIEE Spain, Seville, International Business and Culture
FallEnglish
Arts and Science
Biology Applied MicrobiologyThis course is an introduction for students to basic concepts and unifying principles of microbiology. The goal of this course is to provide the student with an understanding of the general concepts in microbiology, as well as inform them about the general practices used clinically to identify and treat the most common infectious agents. The course is oriented towards the clinical aspects of microbiology, but does introduce historically significant discoveries to convey important topics. The labs are designed to familiarize students with aseptic methods of microbiological techniques and its applications in clinical and environmental microbiology. A previous course in physiology and anatomy is required to take this class. Recommended 4 semester credits.BI 161/BI 162
Introduction to Microbiology
531
CIEE Spain, Seville, International Business and Culture
FallEnglish
Arts and Science
Biology Ecological SystemsThis course examines ecology and its large-scale patterns and processes, both from an Iberian general perspective, the elements of time and space in the ecosystem, regulatory elements, and the application of ecological principles in solving environmental problems.BI 199
Non-Majors Biology Elective
532
CIEE Spain, Seville, International Business and Culture
FallEnglish
Arts and Science
Biology Anatomy and Physiology II This course provides an anatomical and physiological overview of human structure and function. Human gross anatomy and histology is related to cell, tissue, and organ level physiology for each of the major body systems. Topics include the musculoskeletal and central nervous systems as well as cardiovascular, renal, and endocrine systems. The class requires lab work. Recommended 4 semester credits.BI 199
Non-Majors Biology Elective
533
CIEE Spain, Seville, International Business and Culture
SpringEnglish
Arts and Science
Biology Coastal EnvironmentsThis course offers a multidisciplinary approach to the study of coastal and marine environments, analyzing aspects such as the physical environment, coastal processes and coastal planning and management. The objective of the course is to provide a wide overview of the complexity that characterizes coastal systems and its management. The course builds on concepts that range from morphodynamic and hydrodynamic processes that govern these environments, a review of existing techniques and analytical tools for its study and modeling, as well as an overview of the main initiatives of Integrated Coastal Management and spatial planning.BI 278Coastal Ecology
Natural/Physical Science
Natural/Physical Science
534
CIEE Spain, Seville, International Business and Culture
FallEnglish
Arts and Science
Biology Animal PhysiologyThis course in an introduction to concepts and basic issues in Animal Physiology. Students will master the basic principles of physiology and use these to understand and interpret the operation of the physiological systems, as well as the structural design that allows this operation. Prerequisites: General knowledge of biology and an understanding of the essential concepts of physics and chemistry.BI 299
Special Topics in Biology
535
CIEE Spain, Seville, International Business and Culture
FallEnglish
Arts and Science
Biology Cell BiologyThe objective of this course is to understand the structure and functions of the cell and its organelle, to understand the mechanism of cell division and to envisage the response mechanism of the cell against external stimuli. The course presents the complexity of the structural and functional design of living organisms (from microorganisms to higher organism: animals and plants) as the basic properties of these organisms in their energy maintenance and reproduction. Prerequisites: Previous knowledge of the cell and its structure. Recommended: Previous reading of a Cell Biology manual.BI 299
Special Topics in Biology
536
CIEE Spain, Seville, International Business and Culture
FallEnglish
Arts and Science
Biology
Environmental and Quality Management Systems
The course is part of the module "Environmental Management, Quality, Conservation and Planning". This comprehensive module aims to monitor, control and design programs and activities of environmental nature. The aim of the course includes the implementation of environmental management systems, the ISO 14001 or EMAS certification being prominent among them, as well as quality, management systems. Prerequisites: Knowledge of environmental regulation. Basic knowledge of air pollution, water waste management, solid waste management, land and energy management.BI 299
Special Topics in Biology
537
CIEE Spain, Seville, International Business and Culture
FallEnglish
Arts and Science
Biology Natural HazardsThe course will focus on the main natural processes that may cause hazards to humans and the environment, what their consequences are and how we can minimise them. A good knowledge of natural hazards occurrence and a real distribution is crucial for landuse planning and improvement of society education and warning. This course should provide students with the basis for critically evaluating future approaches to risk assessment. Prerequisites: No previous requirements are needed. However basic math, physics and geology are strongly recommended.BI 299
Special Topics in Biology
538
CIEE Spain, Seville, International Business and Culture
FallEnglish
Arts and Science
Biology
Water and Social Management, Conservation and Exploitation
Students in this course will learn about the main techniques of surface and ground water resources, exploitation and withdrawal as well learn skills in the area of management and conservation of water resources and its application to environmental studies. Prerequisites: Previous knowledge about hydrology and soil sciences (second course) is needed. Even more, basic math, physics and geology skills are strongly recommended. Prerequisites: Previous knowledge about hydrology and soil sciences is needed. Basic math, physics and geology skills are strongly recommended.BI 299
Special Topics in Biology
539
CIEE Spain, Seville, International Business and Culture
FallEnglishBusiness
Economics
Introduction to EconomicsThis is an introductory course devoted not only to essential aspects of the economy but also to the methods and basic principles of economics. The purpose of this course is twofold: firstly, to provide students with an overview of economic problems and, secondly, to analyze in depth some of the most important issues of the economy from the perspective of microeconomic and macroeconomic theory. Prerequisites: Students should have a solid grasp of mathematics, particularly graphics analysis, graphing functions and basic calculus.EC 101
Introduction to Economics
540
CIEE Spain, Seville, International Business and Culture
SpringEnglishBusiness
Economics
MicroeconomicsThe basic objective of this subject is to provide students with a global vision of how economic markets work. The course takes an approach based on a study of consumer and producer behavior. This subject will enable students to advance in the analysis of Consumer and Production theory, competitive equilibrium, and non-competitive markets. Prerequisites: competion of an introduction to economics course and basica mathematical knowledge as course will be based on analytic development of microeconomic models.EC 202
Principles of Microeconomics
Social/Behavioral Science
Social/Behavioral Science
Social/Behavioral Science
542
CIEE Spain, Seville, International Business and Culture
FallEnglishBusiness
Economics
MacroeconomicsThe essential aim of this course is to delve deeper into key concepts introduced in the first-year course Introduction to Economics, such as growth, unemployment, national debt, international trade relations, competition, etc. As the course progresses, students should learn to think like economists, in other words, to use analytical and graphical tools to explain macroeconomic realities. Prerequisites: Successful completion of an introductory-level economics course. Basic math skills are required as the progression of the course will largely hinge on the analytical/graphical development of macroeconomic models.EC 203
Principles of Macroeconomics
Social/Behavioral Science
Social/Behavioral Sciences
Social/Behavioral Science
543
CIEE Spain, Seville, International Business and Culture
FallEnglishBusiness
Economics
Economic HistoryThe aim will be to gain a greater understanding of the role of institutions in economic development, as well as the effects of growth on globalization and well-being. The globalization of the international economy and its long-term effects on human wellbeing will also be analyzed. Particular attention is paid to the role of institutions in this process. While the geographical scope of the course is worldwide, focus is on European and North American economies and how they have interacted with other economic regions within the framework of economic internationalization. Prerequisites: none.EC 299EC Elective
544
CIEE Spain, Seville, International Business and Culture
Fall / SpringSpanishCAS
Economics
The European Union and the Economy of the Euro
This course aims to introduce the student to the functioning of the European economy. While it focuses mainly on the economy, it also examines the historical, political, and social aspects which are key to understanding the European process of integration.EC 299EC Elective
545
CIEE Spain, Seville, International Business and Culture
Fall / SpringEnglishBusiness
Economics
The Global EconomyThis class explores the main debates surrounding the nature, effects, and attempted management of the global economy. Special attention is paid to the role of such international organizations as the IMF and the WTO, as well as moves towards economic regional integration (EU, NAFTA, Mercosur). NOTE: A previous economics course is highly recommended.EC 299EC Elective
546
CIEE Spain, Seville, International Business and Culture
SpringEnglishBusiness
Economics
Applied EconomicsThis course is intended for students to delve into the developments and be able to understand and explain the current situation of Spanish economy, highlighting its strengths and weaknesses, and its strategic challenges increasingly influenced by the European environment. Students will study Spanish economic growth patterns and the role played by productivity, institutions such as labor market and public sector, financial system and foreign sector, all under the framework of common public policies such as monetary policy in the Euro Area and other partially harmonized policies. Prerequisites: it is essential to have basic knowledge of consumer theory, production theory and understand the meaning of the main macroeconomic indicators, as well as be able to deal with graphic and analytical tools.EC 299EC Elective
547
CIEE Spain, Seville, International Business and Culture
SpringEnglishBusiness
Economics
International EconomicsThis subject is intended for the student to become familiar with the most relevant concepts and methods of analysis in the field of international economics and for him/her to be able to carry out a rigorous analysis of the main phenomena coming about in the current global economy. Prerequisites: it is essential to have some knowledge of micro and macroeconomics, be familiar with the consumer theory, production theory and the macro magnitudes, as well as with the graphical and analytical tools relative to those concepts.EC 299EC Elective
548
CIEE Spain, Seville, International Business and Culture
SpringEnglishBusiness
Economics
Statistical and Econometric Methods for Business
The aim of the course, Statistical and Econometric Methods for Business, is not only to familiarize students with the essential statistical and econometric principles, especially those related to different techniques of multivariate analysis and econometric regression model, but also to teach them to use them correctly and efficiently in their daily routine while working in the fields of business and economics. Prerequisites: student should have some knowledge of mathematics, descriptive statistics, statistical inference, and economic theory.EC 299EC Elective
549
CIEE Spain, Seville, International Business and Culture
SpringEnglishBusinessFinance Financial Management I The objective of the course is to provide the student with the conceptual framework necessary to understand the problems facing a financial manager. Readings, class lectures and homework will focus on the basic tools used by financial analysts and decision makers. The course is divided in two parts. The first part focuses on the creation of value in a firm (value of the bonds and stocks issued by a firm, how to invest in projects that add value to the firm, etc.). The second part focused on the relationship between risk and return, and its effects on asset pricing and capital budgeting. The class also analyzes some of the practical problems that a financial manager comes across when making capital budgeting decisions. Prerequisites: Successful completion of introductory courses in Accounting, Statistics, and Business Administration.FN 215
Financial Management
550
CIEE Spain, Seville, International Business and Culture
FallEnglishBusinessFinance Financial MathematicsThe objective of this subject is to provide students with the knowledge and skills necessary to succeed in the world of banking and finance. This also involves using the most appropriated IT programs for problem-solving. The essential objective is to study the main financial operations like capitalization, bank discount, installment credit, repayment of loans and the mathematical equations which are involved. Using the financial models studied, students will solve equations and suggest additional ways of solving them which could be useful in the financial market. Prerequisites: Basic mathematical knowledge is necessary in order to take part in this course.FN 299
Special Topics in Finance
552
CIEE Spain, Seville, International Business and Culture
FallEnglishBusinessFinance Financial Management IIThis course is the continuation of Financial Management I. The course offers an overview of financing decisions, dividend policy and the optimal capital structure of a firm. The objective of the course is to provide the student with the appropriated framework to analyze some relatively complex problems that a financial manager needs to address in large corporations. Readings, class lectures and homework will take the student to the type of situations that a financial manager will face in practice. Prerequisites: Successful completion of Financial Management I.FN 351Corporate Finance
553
CIEE Spain, Seville, International Business and Culture
Fall / Spring
English/Spanish
BusinessFinance International FinanceThe objective of the course is to introduce the student to the complex world of international finance. Topics include the increasing globalization of financial markets, international and European monetary systems, foreign exchange markets, and direct and indirect international investment. Offered in Spanish when minimum enrollment is met.FN 416
International Financial Management
554
CIEE Spain, Seville, International Business and Culture
SpringEnglishBusinessFinance Financial Statements AnalysisThe objective of the course is to offer the student a catalog of tools that allow them to analyze the economic and financial situation of the company. This way, the student becomes not just an accounting builder, but an accounting user. The course will often combine theoretical and practical views in the same package. The class analyzes the ability to generate business income, and their ability to generate solvency and its ability to generate cash. Prerequisites: successful completion of a Financial Accounting course.FN 441
Financial Statements Analysis
555
CIEE Spain, Seville, International Business and Culture
SpringEnglishCAS
Psychology
Social PsychologyThis course will provide an overview of theory and empirical research in social psychology, with topics including social cognition, the social self, attitudes and persuasion, prejudice and inter-group relations, social influence and intra-group relations, attraction and interpersonal relationships, aggression, and prosocial behavior.PS 215
Social Psychology: Interpersonal Factors
556
CIEE Spain, Seville, International Business and Culture
Fall / SpringEnglishCAS
Psychology
General Sports PsychologyThe course will provide an overview of the field of sports psychology and exercise, which involves applying psychology topics to exercise, sports, competition and health. Topics will cover how sports psychologists work – at any level – with athletes and teams on motivation, concentration, resilient personalities, attention as well as decision making based on interbehavioral, cognitive and other important approaches in sports psychology. Topics will include theoretical foundations of behavior, procedures for solving problems, adherence and motivation, etc.PS 222Sports Psychology
557
CIEE Spain, Seville, International Business and Culture
Fall / SpringEnglishCAS
Political Science
Contemporary Spanish PoliticsThis class introduces students to the contemporary Spanish political system. It examines the process of the transition to democracy from an authoritarian regime. With the adoption of the new Spanish constitution, the course looks at political institutions, political parties, autonomous regions, the monarchy, the Catholic Church, and the military. Special emphasis is placed on changing socioeconomic factors, nationalism, immigration, and terrorism.PO 299Special Topics
559
CIEE Spain, Seville, International Business and Culture
Fall / SpringEnglishCAS
Political Science
U.S.-European Relations Since World War IIThe objectives of this course are twofold: first, to examine the tensions that arose between the states on both sides of the Atlantic following the defeat of Germany in 1945; and second, its transformation into economic, political, and military cooperation. This cooperation has assured the stability of liberal democracies and consolidates the dependence of the Old Continent on a strengthened U.S.PO 299Special Topics
561
CIEE Spain, Seville, International Business and Culture
Fall / SpringEnglishCAS
Political Science
The Road to Democracy in Portugal, Greece, and Spain 
During the second half of the 1970's, Southern Europe inaugurated the "third wave of democratization." This course approaches that crucial period of Portuguese, Greek, and Spanish history with a comparative methodology. The course will analyze the nature of authoritarian regimes, as well as the transition to and consolidation of democracies.PO 299Special Topics
563
CIEE Spain, Seville, International Business and Culture
SpringSpanishCAS
Political Science
Relations Between the U.S. and the Latin World 
The objective of this course is to give the student a global perspective of the relations between the United States, Spain, and Latin America throughout history. It also examines the series of problems that have shaped the character of inter-American relations, the mechanisms of economic integration, and its repercussions in the sociopolitical sphere.PO 299Special Topics
564
CIEE Spain, Seville, International Business and Culture
SpringEnglishCAS
Political Science
Historical Ties Between Spain and the U.S.This course offers a historical overview of the relations between Spain and the United States up to the present day. Starting with the Spanish colonial rule and surviving legacy in the southern and western U.S., following with Spain's role during the War of Independence, and ending with the 1898 Spanish-American War and U.S. relations with Franco and democratic Spain, students will become aware of the strong ties that exist between both nations.PO 299Special Topicsd
565
CIEE Spain, Seville, International Business and Culture
Fall / SpringEnglishCAS
Political Science
The European UnionThis course analyzes the initial motives behind the creation of the European Community and its development into the European Union with a unique institutional structure. There is a study of the EU’s key common policies—economic and monetary union, competition, agriculture, external trade—and their global effects, with special attention paid to EU/U.S. relations.PO 313
The Politics of European Integration
Social/Behavioral Science
567
CIEE Spain, Seville, International Business and Culture
Fall / SpringSpanishCAS
Latin American Studies
Slavery in Latin America and the CaribbeanThe course aims to study the origins of inequality, racial prejudice, and poverty that plague a large percentage of African American communities in Latin America and the Caribbean. It examines how some cultural patterns of African origin persist, focusing on music, clothing, and such religious beliefs as witchcraft and voodoo. It also offers a global perspective of the phenomenon of slavery from the introduction of the first slaves to its abolition.SO 299
Special Topics in Sociology
578
CIEE Summer Language and Culture in Alicante
SummerEnglishCASSociology
HISP 3008/SOCI 3003
Spain Through its Popular Culture The aim of this course is to allow students gain a better knowledge of Spain through Spanish popular culture, very well known by its native people, but sometimes difficult to understand by foreign students. The course explores present Spain by studying different aspects of the popular culture such as music, cinema, literature, comics, television, commercials, press, and entertainment. There is a triple approach: descriptive, analytic, and comparative with the U.S. All topics are illustrated with appropriate audiovisual materials. Students in this class must participate in local excursions to social and cultural emblematic locations in Alicante.SO 299
Special Topics in Sociology
579
CIEE Summer Language and Culture in Alicante
SummerEnglishCASSociologySOCI 3001Contemporary Spanish Society This course provides an introduction to the most important aspects of Spain and Contemporary Spanish Society. It is designed to offer structured information about issues related to Spanish society today as well as to provide a forum for discussion for students as they interact with the people and institutions of this country. At the end of the course, students are able to discuss relevant issues facing Spain today with a satisfactory level of understanding; identify and comment on the major social players in Spanish society, including individuals and institutions; and carry out an insightful comparative assessment of issues that affect both Spanish and U.S. societies.SO 299
Special Topics in Sociology
595
CIEE Summer Language and Culture in Paris
SummerEnglishCASSociology
FRST 3005/ RELI 3001/ SOCI 3001
Religious Diversity in Secular France After a discussion of the historical development of religion in French society, considering briefly the Catholic church and its link to kingship; Protestant-Catholic conflict, and the French revolution and its aftermath (Napoleon’s Empire), this class focuses on religious diversity in France today. The class looks at the four major religions present (Catholicism, Islam, Protestantism, and Judaism), as well as relatively new religious groups (Buddhism, Evangelical Protestantism), contemporary forms of spirituality among youth, and sects and cults. The particular French version of secularism, laicité, is examined in implicit and explicit contract with American notions. The class also examines contemporary conflicts about laicité (for example, the ban on ostentatious religious symbols at schools and the present political and social debate on banning the burka). Outings to places of worship, schools, or other relevant sites are incorporated in the class.SO 297Sociology of Religion
609
John Cabot University Fall/SpringCAS
Art and Design
AH 141
World Art I: Visual Culture from the Stone Age to Late Antiquity
http://www.johncabot.edu/Academics/Courses/default.aspx?FieldOfStudy=ART%20HISTORYAR 299
Special Topics in Art History
610
John Cabot University Fall/SpringCAS
Art and Design
AH 142
World Art II: Visual Culture of the Middle Ages and Islam
http://www.johncabot.edu/Academics/Courses/default.aspx?FieldOfStudy=ART%20HISTORYAR 299
Special Topics in Art History
611
John Cabot University Fall/SpringCAS
Art and Design
AH 143
World Art III: Visual Culture of the Renaissance and Baroque Worlds (Partially on-site)
http://www.johncabot.edu/Academics/Courses/default.aspx?FieldOfStudy=ART%20HISTORYAR 299
Special Topics in Art History
612
John Cabot University Fall/SpringCAS
Art and Design
AH 144
World Art IV: Visual Culture of the Modern and Contemporary Periods
http://www.johncabot.edu/Academics/Courses/default.aspx?FieldOfStudy=ART%20HISTORYAR 299
Special Topics in Art History
613
John Cabot University Fall/SpringCAS
Art and Design
AH 181
Politics and Power in Roman Architecture - Augustus to Mussolini (On-site: activity fee €25 or $33)
Rome City Series - This on-site survey investigates the history of Rome primarily through its monuments—its architecture and urban form. This course will provide the student with a clear grasp of how the city of Rome has changed over the course of two thousand years from a modest Iron Age settlement on the Palatine Hill to a thriving modern metropolis of the twentieth century. The student will become intimately acquainted with the topography, urban makeup and history of the city and its monuments and will acquire the theoretical tools needed to examine, evaluate and critically assess city form, design and architecture.AR 299Special Topics in Art
614
John Cabot University Fall/SpringCAS
Art and Design
AH 181
Politics and Power in Roman Architecture - Augustus to Mussolini
http://www.johncabot.edu/Academics/Courses/default.aspx?FieldOfStudy=ART%20HISTORYAR 299
Special Topics in Art History
615
John Cabot University Fall/SpringCAS
Art and Design
AH 190
Cities, Towns & Villas: Rome, Ostia, Pompeii (On-site; mandatory trip to Pompeii; activity fee €40 or $52)
Rome, Ostia and Pompeii are three of the best preserved archaeological sites in the world. Through their study, we are able to comprehend the physical and social nature of Roman cities and how they transformed over the course of centuries. We explore the subjects of urban development, public and private buildings, economic and social history, and art incorporated into urban features (houses, triumphal monuments, etc.). In Rome, we focus primarily upon public buildings commissioned by Senators and Emperors: temples, law courts, theaters, triumphal monuments, baths. In Ostia, the port-city of Rome, we are able to experience many aspects of daily life: commerce, housing, religion, entertainment. Pompeii represents a well-to-do Republican and early Imperial period city which was influenced by the Greeks and Romans and preserves some of the most magnificent frescoes in the world. The course is conducted entirely on site, including a one-day excursion to Pompeii (equivalent to two class meetings). STUDENTS SHOULD NOT REGISTER FOR BOTH AH190 and AH290.AR 101
Art in the Western World
Art/Design/Communications
616
John Cabot University Fall/SpringCAS
Art and Design
AH 196Introduction to Italian Renaissance Art A survey of art and architecture in Italy from the 14th to the early 16th century, this course gives primary emphasis to Florence as an artistic center while including exploration of the contributions of Siena, Rome, and Venice. The course is intended for students with little or no background in art history and will cover the principal artists and trends of the Italian Renaissance, from Giotto to Michelangelo. Lectures and on-site visits, including a trip to Florence, will help build a visual vocabulary of monuments in a general historical overview. Mandatory field trips require a fee.AR 299
Special Topics in Art History
617
John Cabot University Fall/SpringCAS
Art and Design
AH 199
Roma Aeterna: The Eternal City through the Ages
No city in the world can boast the wealth of art and architecture that Rome possesses. This class examines the art and architecture in Rome from the time of Augustus to the contemporary works of Massimiliano Fuksas and Renzo Piano. We pass from the Rome of the Caesars, the Rome of the Popes, the Rome of Victor Emanuel, and finish in the present. After this class the student will well understand the layers of the city of RomeAR 299
Special Topics in Art History
618
John Cabot University Fall/SpringCAS
Art and Design
AH 220
Ancient Greek Art and Archaeology (Mandatory field trip to Pompeii)
http://www.johncabot.edu/Academics/Courses/default.aspx?FieldOfStudy=ART%20HISTORYAR 299
Special Topics in Art History
619
John Cabot University Fall/SpringCAS
Art and Design
AH 221
The Etruscans and their Neighbors: the Art and Archaeology of Pre-Roman Italy
http://www.johncabot.edu/Academics/Courses/default.aspx?FieldOfStudy=ART%20HISTORYAR 299
Special Topics in Art History
620
John Cabot University Fall/SpringCAS
Art and Design
AH 223The Art and Architecture of Imperial Romehttp://www.johncabot.edu/Academics/Courses/default.aspx?FieldOfStudy=ART%20HISTORYAR 299Special Topics in Art
621
John Cabot University Fall/SpringCAS
Art and Design
AH 224The Art and Archaeology of Magna Graecia http://www.johncabot.edu/Academics/Courses/default.aspx?FieldOfStudy=ART%20HISTORYAR 299
Special Topics in Art History
622
John Cabot University Fall/SpringCAS
Art and Design
AH 240Introduction to Art Historical Thinkinghttp://www.johncabot.edu/Academics/Courses/default.aspx?FieldOfStudy=ART%20HISTORYAR 299
Special Topics in Art History
623
John Cabot University Fall/SpringCAS
Art and Design
AH 243
Roman Funerary Art: Honoring the Dead in Ancient Rome
http://www.johncabot.edu/Academics/Courses/default.aspx?FieldOfStudy=ART%20HISTORYAR 299
Special Topics in Art History
624
John Cabot University Fall/SpringCAS
Art and Design
AH 251Nineteenth Century Art and Architecturehttp://www.johncabot.edu/Academics/Courses/default.aspx?FieldOfStudy=ART%20HISTORYAR 299
Special Topics in Art History
625
John Cabot University Fall/SpringCAS
Art and Design
AH 258Egyptian Art and Archaeology http://www.johncabot.edu/Academics/Courses/default.aspx?FieldOfStudy=ART%20HISTORYAR 299
Special Topics in Art History
626
John Cabot University Fall/SpringCAS
Art and Design
AH 265Islamic Art and Architecture: AD 650-1250 http://www.johncabot.edu/Academics/Courses/default.aspx?FieldOfStudy=ART%20HISTORYAR 299
Special Topics in Art History
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