Madrid Spring Courses
Spring 2021 Course List
|Department & Course Title||Course #||Sec Number||Credits||Professor||Language1|
|Accounting for Decision Making II
|Introduction to International Business
|Principles of Marketing||MKT 210||M1
|Communication & Journalism
|Creativity & Innovation|
|Science = Creativity||CI 141
|Applied Microeconomics||EC 101||M1||3||Staff|
|International Monetary Economics||EC 442||M1||4||Staff|
|English Language & Literature
|Studies in American Literature||ENG 142||M1||4||Wood, T.
|First Year Writing II||WRI 102||M1||4||Wood, T.|
|First Year Writing II||WRI 102||M2||4||Wood, T.|
|Evolution of the Global System||POLS 115||M1||4||Xidias|
|Introduction to Comparative Politics||POLS 181
||POLS 308||M1||4||Soage Antepazo|
|Global Political Economy||POLS 310||M1||4||Isbell|
|Internship in Government||POLS 521||M1
|Empires & Globalization in World History II||HST 150||M1||4||Santiago Cazull|
|Spanish Society and the State from Absolutism to Democracy
||HST 358||M1||4||Santiago Cazull
|Art History II2||ARH 102||M1||4||Cros Gutiérrez|
|Topics in Finite Mathematics||MATH 130||M1||4||Taboada Vázquez|
|Contemporary Moral Issues||PHIL 127||M1||4||Greenan|
|Human Sexuality||PSYCH 222||M1||4||Khalife|
|Health Psychology||PSYCH 325||M1||4||TBA|
|Environmental Science with Lab2
||SCI 103/L103||M1||4||Sánchez Sánchez|
|General Chemistry II with Lab
|Structure of the Universe with Lab2
|The Built World: How Humans Engineer the Environment
||SCI 171||M1||4||Sánchez Sánchez|
|Families in Contemporary Spanish Society||SOC 224||M1||4||TBA|
|Social, Cultural & Global Perspectives||SOC 228||M1||4||Greenan|
|Elementary Spanish I5||SPAN 101||M1||4||Cabañas Alamán||S|
|Elementary Spanish II5||SPAN 102||M1||4||Martín Chamarande||S|
|Intermediate Spanish I||SPAN 201
|Intermediate Spanish II||SPAN 202||M1||4||Martín Chamarande||S
|Spanish in the Workplace||SPAN 295||M1||4||Cabañas Alamán||S|
|Spanish in the Workplace Internship6
|Spanish Cultural Studies (English)7||SPCS 350||M1||4||Greenan|
|Madrid a Cosmopolitan City2||SPAN 360||M1||4||Fernández Bencosme||S|
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.
Certain students who are unable to secure a full-time course load in Madrid may be eligible for online Boston courses.
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 arranged/ TBC = To be confirmed
1 All courses are given in English unless marked as “S” (given in Spanish).
2 An additional fee is charged as indicated for the mandatory activities programmed for the following Spring 2020 courses:
|Course #||Course Name||Activity||Course-Related Fee*|
|ARH 102||Art History II||Museum visits||$55|
|HST 358||Spanish Society and State from Absolutism to Democracy||Field trips||$105|
|SCI L103||Environmental Science Lab||Weekend lab trip||$550|
|SCI L112||Astronomy I Lab||Four-night field trip to Canary Islands observatory||$1,235|
|SPAN 360||Madrid, a Cosmopolitan City||Cultural site visits in Madrid||$65|
*Course 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.
3 This course will meet 3h 45min each week. Please refer to the Spring 2021 class schedule for meeting days and times.
4 All Suffolk University students, whether from the Boston or Madrid Campuses and regardless of their majors, are required to take at least one course in Spanish while in residence at SUMC.
5 SPAN 101, and SPAN 102 will each meet four hours weekly. Please refer to the Spring 2021 class schedule for meeting days and times.
6 SPAN I295 is taken together with SPAN 295 only by those students completing Suffolk University internships as a stipulated part of their internships.
7 SPCS 350, taught in English, does not fulfill the SUMC Spanish language requirement for Suffolk University students.
8 SPAN/SPCS 410 are taught in English. Students taking this class for Spanish credit should register for SPAN 410. They will meet regularly with the instructor outside of class and will carry out all written work in Spanish. For more information, consult the online syllabus for this course.