Madrid Fall 2019 Courses

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Fall 2019 Course List

DEPARTMENT & COURSE TITLE COURSE # CREDITS PROFESSOR LANGUAGE1
BUSINESS        
Accounting for Decision Making I ACCT 201 3 Byrne  
Principles of Business Law BLE 214 3 Tous  
Business Foundations ENT 101 3 Byrne  
CareerSTART SBS 100 1 Xerri  
Introduction to International Business SIB 321 3 Byrne  
COLLEGE OF ARTS & SCIENCES        
SPEAK UP! Strategies for Success (2 sections) CAS 101 1 Wood  
ECONOMICS        
Global Macroeconomics EC 102 4 Staff  
International Monetary Economics EC 442 4 Staff  
ENGLISH LANGUAGE & LITERATURE        
Developmental Writing I WRI 100 4 Wood  
First-Year Writing I (2 sections) WRI 101 4 Wood  
Developmental Writing 101 Lab WRI L101 -- Wood  
GOVERNMENT        
Introduction to American Democracy GVT 110 4 Xidias  
Research Methods GVT 120 4 Soage Antepazo  
Theory & Practice of International Relations GVT 261 4 Soage Antepazo  
Politics of Spain 2 GVT 367 4 Xidias  
Crisis & Integration in Europe GVT 382 4 Metzner  
Global Environmental Threats GVT 439 4 Isbell  
Internship in Government GVT 521 4 Xidas  
HISTORY        
Empires & Globalization in World History I HST 149 4 Santiago Cazull  
Walls & Bridges: Immigration from a Global Perspective 2 HST 218 4 Corral Solaeta  
History of Spain I 2 HST 357 4 Santiago Cazull  
HUMANITIES        
Art History I 2 ARH 101 4 Cros Gutiérrez  
MATHEMATICS        
Precalculus for Management & Social Sciences with Recitation 3 MATH 104 4 Taboada Vázquez  
Finite Math with Recitation 3 MATH 130 4 Taboada Vázquez  
PHILOSOPHY        
Critical Thinking & Argumentation PHIL 113 4 Greenan  
Ethics PHIL 119 4 Greenan  
PSYCHOLOGY        
General Psychology PSYCH 114 4 Georgievska-Nanevska  
SCIENCE        
General Chemistry I (with Lab) CHEM 111/L111 4 Saluste  
Introduction to Astronomy (with Lab)2 SCI 111/L111 4 Gálvez  
Science & Life in the 21st Century I SCI 181 4 Sánchez Sánchez  
SEMINAR FOR FRESHMEN        
Between Myth & Reality SF 143 4 Caballer Dondarza  
Unfolding the European Union SF 199 4 Metzner  
SOCIOLOGY        
Social, Cultural & Global Perspectives SOC 228 4 Greenan  
SPANISH LANGUAGE & LITERATURE        
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.
Elementary Spanish I 4 SPAN 101 4 Cabañas Alamán S
Elementary Spanish II 4 SPAN 102 4 Martín Chamarande S
Intermediate Spanish I SPAN 201 4 Martín Chamarande S
Intermediate Spanish II SPAN 202 4 Caballer Dondarza S
Advanced Conversation and Composition SPAN 290 4 Fernández Becosme S
Hispanic Culture Today SPAN 340 4 Fernández Bencosme S
Madrid, a Cosmopolitan City 2 SPAN 360 4 Fernández Bencosme S

Notes:

Suffolk University Madrid Campus reserves the right to cancel any course or change its instructor, meeting time, or the language in which it is taught, 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.

All courses are taught in English unless marked as follows: “S” = taught in Spanish.

2 An additional fee is charged as indicated for the mandatory activities associated with the following fall 2019 courses:

COURSE # COURSE NAME ACTIVITY COURSE-RELATED FEES * 
ARH 101 Art History I Museum visits (students pay for their own transportation) $55
GVT 367 Politics of Spain Cultural Visits $45
HST 357 History of Spain I Cultural Visits $105
SCI L111 Introduction to Astronomy with Lab Four-night field trip to Canary Islands observatory $1,235
SPAN 290 Advanced Conversation & Composition Cultural Visits $30
SPAN 360 Madrid, A Cosmopolitan City Cultural Visits $60

* Course fees are subject to change. Please consult the individual course syllabi for details regarding planned activities. 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, they will be liable for 100% of the course-related fee.

3 MATH 104 & MATH 130 will meet 3h 45min weekly (class plus recitation). Please refer to the fall 2019 class schedule for meeting days and times.

4 SPAN 101 and SPAN 102 will each meet 4 hours weekly. Please refer to the fall 2019 class schedule for meeting days and times.