|Department & Course Title||Course #||Credits||Professor||Language1|
|Accounting for Decision Making I||ACCT 201||3||Byrne|
|Principles of Business Law||BLE 214||3||TBA|
|Business Foundations||ENT 101||3||Byrne|
|CareerSTART||SBS 100||1||Wood, T.|
|Business Writing||SBS 220||3||TBA|
|Introduction to International Business||SIB 321||3||Byrne|
|Communication & Journalism|
|Presentation Skills||CJN 103||4||TBA|
|Public Relations||CJN 277||4||Baum|
|Creativity and Innovation|
|Global Macroeconomics||EC 102||4||Staff|
|Economics of the European Union||EC 445||4||Staff|
|English Language & Literature|
|Developmental English Skills I||ENG 095||4||Wood, T.|
|First Year Writing I (2 sections)||WRI 101||4||Woods, M.|
|First Year Writing I Lab||WRI L101||--||Woods, M.|
|Introduction to American Democracy||GVT 110||4||Blanch|
|Politics of Spain||GVT 367||4||Blanch|
|Empires and Globalization in World History I||HST 149||4||Santiago Cazull|
|History of Spain I||HST 357||4||Santiago Cazull|
|Art History I3||ARH 101||4||Cros Gutiérrez|
|Math for the Modern World2||MATH 128||4||Taboada|
|Math for the Modern World recitation||MATH R128||--||Taboada|
|Finite Math2||MATH 130||4||Taboada|
|Finite Math recitation||MATH R130||--||Taboada|
|Critical Thinking & Argumentation||PHIL 113||4||Greenan|
|General Psychology||PSYCH 114||4||Georgievska-Nanevska|
|Environmental Biology with lab||BIO 104/L104||4||Sánchez Sánchez|
|General Chemistry I with lab||CHEM 111/L111||4||Saluste|
|Astronomy II with lab3||SCI 112/L112||4||Jiménez Esteban|
|Science & Life in the 21st Century||SCI 181||4||Sánchez Sánchez|
|Seminar for Freshmen|
|Between Myth & Reality: Representations of Spain (2 sections)||SF 143||4||Wood / Caballer|
|Introduction to Sociology||SOC 113||4||Prendergast|
|Social, Cultural & Global Perspectives||SOC 228||4||Greenan|
|Spanish Language & Literature4|
|Elementary Spanish I5||SPAN 101||4||Cabañas Alamán||S|
|Elementary Spanish II5||SPAN 102||4||Martín Chamarande||S|
|Intermediate Spanish I||SPAN 201||4||Martín Chamarande||S|
|Intermediate Spanish II||SPAN 202||4||Fernández Bencosme||S|
|Advanced Conversation and Composition||SPAN 290||4||Caballer Dondarza||S|
|Spanish in the Workplace||SPAN 295||4||Cabañas Alamán||S|
|Spanish in the Workplace Internship3,6||SPAN I295||0||Cabañas Alamán||S|
|Hispanic Culture Today||SPAN 340||4||Pérez Leal||S|
|Madrid a Cosmopolitian City3||SPAN 360||4||Fernández Bencosme||S|
|Changes in Social Values in Spain 1975-||SPAN 417||4||Caballer Dondarza||S|
1All courses are given in English unless marked as follows: “S” = given in Spanish; “E/S” = given in English or Spanish, or both, depending on demand.
2MATH 128 & MATH 130 will meet 3h 45min weekly. Please refer to the Fall 2015 class schedule for meeting days and times.
3An additional fee is charged as indicated for the mandatory activities programmed for the following Fall 2015 courses:
|Course #||Course Name||Activity||Estimated Fee *|
|ARH 101||Art History I||Museum visits (students for their own transportation)||$53|
|BIO L104||Environmental Biology Lab||Site visits
|SCI L112||Astronomy II Lab||Four-night field trip to Canary Islands observatory
|SPAN I295||Spanish in the Workplace Internship||Internship placement and supervision||$1,220|
|SPAN 360||Madrid a Cosmopolitan City||Cultural Visits||$53|
*Course-related fees are subject to change. Please consult the individual course syllabi for details regarding the activities planned.
*Course-related fees are 100% refundable if the student drops the course before the deadline for late registration. If the student drops the course after the late registration deadline, he or she will be liable for 100% of the course related fee.
4 All Suffolk University students, whether from the Boston or Madrid Campuses, are required to take at least one course in Spanish while in residence at SUMC.
5 SPAN 101 and SPAN 102 will each meet 4 hours weekly. Please refer to the Fall Semester 2015 class schedule for meeting days and times.
6 Students enrolled in the SPAN I295 internship must be concurrently enrolled in SPAN 295.
Suffolk University Madrid Campus reserves the right to cancel any course or change its instructor, time or the language in which it is given should the need arise. Students should provide alternative choices of courses in case a given course is full or cancelled.
A minimum of 10 students is required to make a class. It is therefore important for students to indicate alternative choices whenever possible.
TBA = To be announced