Fall

FALL 2018 Class Schedule [PDF]

Monday and Wednesday Classes

TIME COURSE # COURSE NAME SECTION CREDITS PROFESSOR
8:30-10:30 SPAN 101 Elementary Spanish I M1 4 Cabañas Alamán
8:30-10:30 SPAN 102 Elementary Spanish II M1 4 Martín Chamarande
           
9:00-10:30 ENT 101 Business Foundations M1 3 Byrne
           
10:45-12:15 SIB 321 Intro. to International Business M1 3 Byrne
10:45-12:15 SOC 228 Social, Cultural & Global Perspectives M1 4 Greenan
10:45-12:15 SPAN 201 Intermediate Spanish I M1 4 Martín Chamarande
10:45-12:15 WRI 101 First Year Writing I M1 4 Wood
           
12:30-14:00 WRI 100 Developmental Writing I M1 4 Wood
12:30-14:00 PHIL 113 Critical Thinking & Argumentation M1 4 Greenan
12:30-14:00 SPAN 202 Intermediate Spanish II M1 4 Caballer Dondarza
           
14:15-15:45 ARH 101 Art History I1 M1 4 Cros Gutiérrez
14:15-15:45 SBS 100 CareerSTART (Mon. only) M1 1 Xerri
14:15-15:45 SBS 200 CareerEXPLORE (Wed. only) M1 1 Xerri
14:15-15:45 SF 143 Seminar for Fmen: Between Myth & Reality M1 4 Caballer Dondarza
14:15-15:45 SPAN 290 Adv. Spanish Conversation & Composition M1 4 Fernández Bencosme
           
16:00-17:30 ACCT 201 Accounting for Decision Making I M1 4 Byrne
16:00-17:30 CJN 216 Intercultural Communication M1 4 Metzner
           
17:45-19:15 SBS 220 Business Writing M1 4 Xerri
17:45-19:15 SF 199 Seminar for Freshmen: Unfolding the E.U. M1 4 Metzner
           
19:30-21:00 BLE 214 Principles of Business Law M1 3 Tous
19:30-21:00 GVT 439 Global Environmental Threats in the 21st C. M1 4 De Rueda Úbeda

Tuesday and Thursday Classes

TIME COURSE # COURSE NAME SECTION CREDITS PROFESSOR
9:00-10:30 WRI 101 First Year Writing I M2 4 Wood
           
10:45-12:15 CAS 101 SPEAK UP! Strats. for Success (Tues. only) M1 1 Wood
10:45-12:15 CAS 101 SPEAK UP! Strats. for Success (Thurs. only) M2 1 Wood
10:45-12:15 SCI 181 Science & Life in the 21st Century M1 4 Sánchez Sánchez
           
12:30-14:00 CHEM 111 General Chemistry I M1 3 Saluste
12:30-14:00 GVT 261 Theory & Practice of International Relations M1 4 Soage Antepazo
12:30-14:00 HST 149 Empires & Globalization in World History I M1 4 Santiago Cazull
12:30-14:00 PHIL 119 Ethics M1 4 Greenan
           
12:30-14:30 SPAN 101 Elementary Spanish I M2 4 Cabañas Alamán
           
12:30-15:30 SPAN 360 Madrid a Cosmopolitan City (Thurs. only)2 M1 4 Fernández Bencosme

TUESDAYS 14:10-15:50 - ACTIVITY PERIOD (no classes scheduled)

14:15-15:45 ACCT Accounting TUTORIAL (Thurs. only) M1 -- Byrne
14:15-15:45 MATH Math TUTORIAL (Thurs. only) M1 -- TBA
           
14:15-17:15 CHEM L111 General Chemistry I Lab (Thurs. only) M1 1 Saluste
           
16:00-17:30 GVT 367 Politics of Spain M1 4 Blanch
16:00-17:30 MATH 130 Finite Math M1 4 Taboada Vázquez
16:00-17:30 SCI 111 Introduction to Astronomy M1 3 Jiménez Esteban
           
17:45-18:30 MATH R104 Precalculus Recitation (Tues. only) M1 -- Taboada Vázquez
17:45-18:30 MATH R130 Finite Math recitation (Thurs. only) M1 -- Taboada Vázquez
           
17:45-19:15 GVT 110 Introduction to American Democracy M1 4 Blanch
           
18:45-20:15 MATH 104 Precalculus for Mgmt. & Social Sciences M1 4 Taboada Vázquez
           
19:30-21:00 EC 102 Global Macroeconomics M1 4 Staff

Friday-only classes

TIME COURSE # COURSE NAME SECTION CREDITS PROFESSOR
11:30-13:30 WRI L101 First Year Writing I lab M1 -- Wood

Special Scheduling

TIME COURSE # COURSE NAME SECTION CREDITS PROFESSOR
4-8 Oct SCI L111 Introduction to Astronomy Lab M1 1 Jiménez Esteban

Notes:

1 Approx. half of the class meetings for ARH 101 Art History I will take place as visits to designated Madrid art museums. Because of travel time to and from the museums, students may not register for classes immediately prior to or following ARH 101.

2SPAN 360 Madrid a Cosmopolitan City will alternate weekly meetings in the classroom with Madrid field trips to museums, cultural centers and neighborhood organizations. Because of travel time to and from field trips, students may not register for classes immediately prior to SPAN 360.

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.

A minimum of 10 students is required to make a class. It is therefore important for students to indicate alternative choices whenever possible.