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AF 2007
Financial Accounting - Level 4
Introduction to principles, concepts and procedures of the financial accounting cycle of services and merchandising businesses. Preparation and interpretation of financial statements as a source of financial information required in a business context.
Prerequisites:
UK Credits: 15
US Credits : 3/1/3
Syllabus: Download
AF 3104
Financial Reporting I - Level 5
Introduction to Financial Reporting. Focus on International Financial Reporting Standards (IFRS) in relation to preparation of single entity financial statements, as well as the reporting of asset and revenue elements.
Prerequisites: AF 2007
UK Credits: 15
US Credits : 3/0/3
Syllabus: Download
AF 3116
Management Accounting - Level 5
Generation and preparation of information provided to decision-makers for optimal planning and control of an organization’s routine operations and long-range organizational goals. Focus on the use of accounting information in cost accumulation, profitability analysis, planning and decision making in business organizations.
Prerequisites: AF 2007
UK Credits: 15
US Credits : 3/0/3
Syllabus: Download
AF 3131
Intermediate Financial Accounting - Level 5
Application of alternative accounting measurements and their effects on corporate assets, liabilities, and stockholders' equity.
Prerequisites: AF 2007
UK Credits: 15
US Credits : 3/0/3
Syllabus: Download
AF 3240
Money and Banking - Level 5
See EC 3240.
Prerequisites:
UK Credits:
US Credits : 3/0/3
Syllabus: Download
AF 3437
Accounting Information Systems - Level 5
Introduction to accounting information systems as part of enterprise planning resource systems. Transaction processing, internal controls, and database systems in support of accounting information needs.
Prerequisites: AF 2007 AF 3113 CS 1070 CS 2179
UK Credits: 15
US Credits : 3/0/3
Syllabus: Download
AF 4045
Corporate Governance and Accountability - Level 6
The concept and role of corporate governance. Comparison of global governance systems. Distribution of power within firms, risk management, audit, global corporate governance. Sustainability and ethics as issues pertaining to good corporate governance.
Prerequisites:
UK Credits: 15
US Credits : 3/0/3
Syllabus: Download
AF 4090
Internship in Accounting and Financial Management
Experiential learning in companies related to the industry. Students gain on-the-job experience and training as they learn to apply knowledge gained in the classroom to real life professional situations.
Prerequisites: Normally the student will have completed 70 credits before embarking on this module. Formal approval by the Department Head / Program Coordinator / Internship Administrator (as appropriate) is required.
UK Credits:
US Credits : 0/0/3
Syllabus: Download
AF 4096
Mergers and Acquisitions - Level 6
Application of principles and techniques of financial accounting to issues related M&A transactions. Comprehensive review of purpose, approaches, tools and techniques to undertake M&A decisions.
Prerequisites:
UK Credits: 15
US Credits : 3/0/3
Syllabus: Download
AF 4141
Business Taxation - Level 6
This course provides a detailed analysis of UK business taxation. It provides a basic analysis of taxation on the business activities of any business organization from a sole trader to a partnership and a company and some of the latest international developments and trends on taxation.
Prerequisites: AF 2007
UK Credits: 15
US Credits : 3/0/3
Syllabus: Download
AF 4207
Financial Reporting II - Level 6
The use of International Financial Reporting Standards (IFRS) in relation to the preparation of consolidated financial statements, as well as liability, equity and expense elements.
Prerequisites: AF 2007 AF 3104
UK Credits: 15
US Credits : 3/0/3
Syllabus: Download
AF 4218
Auditing - Level 6
Examination and verification of accounting for the purpose of establishing the reliability of financial statements. Nature and application of auditing standards and procedures.
Prerequisites: AF 2007 AF 3131 AF 3104
UK Credits: 15
US Credits : 3/0/3
Syllabus: Download
AF 4242
Cost and Control Management - Level 6
The role of the management accountant in complex modern industrial organisation. Costing systems and activity-based costing; implementation issues in modern costing systems; control systems and control philosophies; performance appraisal and the balanced scorecard.
Prerequisites: AF 2007 AF 3116 or EC 3270
UK Credits: 15
US Credits : 3/0/3
Syllabus: Download
AF 4244
Forensic Accounting - Level 6
Detecting and correcting fraudulent financial reporting. Use technology in optimally accomplishing forensic accounting objectives.
Prerequisites: AF 2007 AF 3131 AF 3104
UK Credits: 15
US Credits : 3/0/3
Syllabus: Download
AF 4323
Financial Statement Analysis and Equity Valuation - Level 6
Review and analysis of financial statements. Tools and techniques for financial valuation using cash flow information and present value analysis. Topics of ratio analysis, liquidity, capital structure, trend analysis, profitability, industry standards, changes in working capital, changes in financial position, sources and uses of funds, business valuation techniques, and analysis of earnings quality.
Prerequisites: AF 2007 FN 2128 FN 3213
UK Credits: 15
US Credits : 3/0/3
Syllabus: Download
AF 4450
Contemporary Issues in Accounting and Finance - Level 6
Students conduct research on issues in the field of accounting and finance. Emphasis on events and trends affecting the work that accounting and finance professionals do and practice.
Prerequisites: AF 2007 AF 3116 FN 2128 AF 3104
UK Credits: 15
US Credits : 3/0/3
Syllabus: Download
AH 1000
LE Introduction to Archaeology
An introduction to the basics of the practice, methods and theory of world archaeology. Particular emphasis is given to examples drawn from the broader Mediterranean world.
Prerequisites:
UK Credits:
US Credits : 3/0/3
Syllabus: Download
AH 1002
The Archaeology of Daily Life
A study of daily life in ancient Athens and Rome through the analysis of archaeological evidence. Survey of all facets of life. Public and private spaces and structures. Government, customs, festivals and entertainment.
Prerequisites:
UK Credits:
US Credits : 3/0/3
Syllabus: Download
AH 2027
Aspects of Greek Art in Athens
An introductory exploration of aspects of Greek art, broadly defined chronologically, through 'hands on experience,' utilizing the collections available in museums, in galleries and on sites in Athens.
Students who have taken AT 2005 (Art and Architecture of Ancient Greece) cannot take AH 2027 (previously AT 2027) for credit when it addresses Ancient Greek Art. Similarly, students who have taken AT 2017 (Modern Greek Art) cannot take AH 2027 for credit when the content relates to Modern Greek Art. Required museum visits. Additional fees apply.
Prerequisites:
UK Credits:
US Credits : 3/0/3
Syllabus: Download
AH 2122
Topography and Monuments of Ancient Athens
A site-based introduction to the topography and monuments of Athens from the Geometric period up to the Roman period.
Required museum visits
Additional fees apply.
Prerequisites: One course in Ancient Medieval or Byzantine Art History or History
UK Credits:
US Credits : 3/0/3
Syllabus: Download
AN 1000
LE Introduction to Anthropology - Level 4
An introductory course that examines the biological, archaeological, linguistic, and cultural basis of anthropology as it was developed in the USA. Overview of theories and methods used in anthropological study.
Prerequisites:
UK Credits: 15
US Credits : 3/0/3
Syllabus: Download
AN 1003
LE Cultural Anthropology - Level 4
Introduction to the field of cultural and social anthropology. Comparative examination of cultural, economic, religious, and political dimensions in societies across time and space. The anthropological perspective, main methods and theoretical approaches in cultural anthropology.
Prerequisites:
UK Credits: 15
US Credits : 3/0/3
Syllabus: Download
AN 2007
Ethnicity and Identity - Level 4
Conceptual and empirical analysis of ethnic, local and national identities. Critical examination of how social identities are maintained and developed. Review of the literature of Cohen, Barth, Gellner, Anderson, Weber and Billig. Ethnic boundaries, instrumental and primordial models of identity, and nationalism.
Prerequisites:
UK Credits: 15
US Credits : 3/0/3
Syllabus: Download
AN 2010
Greek Folklore and Ethnography - Level 4
Theory and history of folklore. The creation of the discipline. Discovery of folk songs. Collectors and collections. Greek folklorists.
Prerequisites:
UK Credits: 15
US Credits : 3/0/3
Syllabus: Download
AN 2011
Anthropology in Greece Today
Greek socio/cultural anthropology in twentieth and twenty-first centuries. A critical appreciation of writings about identity, gender and politics in Greece from an anthropological perspective.
Prerequisites:
UK Credits:
US Credits : 3/0/3
Syllabus: Download
AN 2025
LE Studying Everyday Life: Ethnographic Perspectives and Crosscultural Explorations
Study of the everyday life as a window for understanding the cultural, political, socioeconomic structures that shape human life. Cross cultural exploration of everyday practices from an ethnographic perspective.
Prerequisites:
UK Credits:
US Credits : 3/0/3
Syllabus: Download
AN 2025
Le Studying Everyday Life: Ethnographic Perspectives and Crosscultural Explorations
Study of the everyday life as a window for understanding the cultural, political, socioeconomic structures that shape human life. Crosscultural exploration of everyday practices from an ethnographic perspective.
Prerequisites:
UK Credits:
US Credits : 3/0/3
Syllabus: Download
AN 2215
Religion in The Mediterranean World
An overview of three major religions: Judaism, Christianity and Islam. The influence of these religions on Mediterranean cultures, especially Greece. Religion considered as having a major impact on cultural heritage and civilization in the Mediterranean world. Site and museum visits also included.
Prerequisites: WP 1010 WP 1111
UK Credits:
US Credits : 3/0/3
Syllabus: Download
AN 3020
Intercultural Communication - Level 5
The nature of face-to-face interaction between persons from different cultures. The dynamics of intercultural communication. Practice in effective intercultural communication behaviors and in-depth exploration of several different cultures.
Prerequisites:
UK Credits: 15
US Credits : 3/0/3
Syllabus: Download
AR 2001
LE Visual Literacy - Level 4
(Same as GD 2001)
An investigation of a variety of visual structures as they appear in contemporary cultures through art, design and media. Visual rhetoric and visual meanings are examined through texts and creative practice.
Prerequisites:
UK Credits: 15
US Credits : 3/0/3
Syllabus: Download
AR 2003
Drawing I – Level 4
Traditional and contemporary concepts of drawing and visual structures. Free hand drawing and sketching, geometric and organic form, contour, shading, scales, analogies, principles of perspective, as well as computer aided and computer generated projects. Use of all drawing tools to produce images with varieties of media.
Prerequisites:
UK Credits: 15
US Credits : 3/1/3
Syllabus: Download
AR 2005
Color I – Level 4
Introduction to the theory of color and its applications. Color, shape, form, and their relationships. Media and tools used to explore the functions of color in physical and digital environments. The surrounding world, either natural or simulated, used as a reference and inspiration for the completion of projects. Critical examinations of the use of color in the different cultures and in media.
Prerequisites:
UK Credits: 15
US Credits : 3/1/3
Syllabus: Download
AR 2007
Sculpture I - Level 4
Concepts and contemporary solutions to 3-dimensional space. Sculptural principles, techniques, and materials. Exploration of matter and space. Analysis of artistic manifestations in 3-D space. Contemporary sculptural issues.
Prerequisites:
UK Credits: 15
US Credits : 3/1/3
Syllabus: Download
AR 2009
Time Based Media I - Level 4
New forms and concepts of art that use time as an artistic medium. Time-based practices in experimental performance, happenings, sound, video and text. Experiential and performative aspect of time-based work. Time-based, ecological and social aspects of materials and methodologies used in art. Development of 4-dimensional art projects.
Prerequisites:
UK Credits: 15
US Credits : 3/1/3
Syllabus: Download
AR 2017
LE Digital Image - Level 4
Basic photography techniques and thorough knowledge of Photoshop. Investigation of issues relating to digital image: truth, memory, production and consumption of images. Basic history of photography, the image as document and art. Exploration of current online displays and strategies: appropriation, reproduction and copyright.
Prerequisites:
UK Credits: 15
US Credits : 3/1/3
Syllabus: Download
AR 2023
Figure Drawing - Level 4
Posture, movement and characteristics of the human body in space, through the process of drawing in a variety of media and techniques. The students practice quick sketching and longer observation drawings from a model and other sources.
Prerequisites:
UK Credits: 15
US Credits : 3/1/3
Syllabus: Download
AR 3019
Video Art - Level 5
Exploration of the potential of the video medium as an art form. Critical analysis of dominant film and video languages. Experimentation with alternative strategies for structuring content in time. Students will complete a series of short video projects.
Prerequisites:
UK Credits: 15
US Credits : 3/1/3
Syllabus: Download
AR 3025
Painting - Level 5
Introduction to fundamental concepts of painting, both abstract and representational. Compositions on the function of color, textures, value, saturation, scale, proportion, space, light and volume. The reality of the painting as opposed to the physical and virtual realities is examined.
Prerequisites:
UK Credits: 15
US Credits : 3/1/3
Syllabus: Download
AR 3035
Art Research - Level 5
Deep dive into a current topic or methodology in contemporary art practice. The topics of the seminar will be chosen to reflect changing research and supplement the existing visual arts program. Students produce creative projects that reflect changing social, ecological and technological contexts.
Prerequisites:
UK Credits: 15
US Credits : 3/1/3
Syllabus: Download
AR 3104
Drawing II – Level 5
Exploration of traditional and contemporary concepts of drawing and visual structures. Rhythm and dynamics, perspective, large scale and mixed media, as well as computer-generated images, are methods of working.
Prerequisites: AR 2003
UK Credits: 15
US Credits : 3/1/3
Syllabus: Download
AR 3106
Color II - Level 5
An exploration of color in all its dimensions and manifestations. From color perception and color manipulation in a wide range of applications, to the philosophical and cultural meaning of Color. Color as a vehicle to explore the nature of perception and cultural codification.
Prerequisites: AR 2005
UK Credits: 15
US Credits : 3/1/3
Syllabus: Download
AR 3108
Sculpture II - Level 5
In-depth investigation of sculptural concepts and contemporary solutions to 3-dimensional space. Role and function of sculpture in a changing global society. Projects that consider dynamic physical systems, such as kinetic, social, and environmental sculpture.
Prerequisites: AR 2007
UK Credits: 15
US Credits : 3/1/3
Syllabus: Download
AR 3110
Time Based Media II - Level 5
Examination of art that uses time as an artistic medium. Time-based practices including happenings, chance and process-based work, installations and interdisciplinary collaboration. Development of 4-dimensional art projects. New art practices within social contexts are explored.
Prerequisites: AR 2009
UK Credits: 15
US Credits : 3/1/3
Syllabus: Download
AR 4002
Medium and Display - Level 6
An exploration of the references inherent in the Medium used for the creation of an artwork and how the method of its Display can define its meaning.
Prerequisites:
UK Credits: 15
US Credits : 3/1/3
Syllabus: Download
AR 4040
Issues in Contemporary Art - Level 6
Art examined for its relation to social and personal relevance. Interaction between different forms of art and their functions in society. Relational art, public practice and site-specific art work. Contemporary art explored through the works of renowned artists and major exhibitions. Current trends of curating and installing art shows.
Prerequisites:
UK Credits: 15
US Credits : 3/1/3
Syllabus: Download
AR 4045
Introduction to Arts Entrepreneurship - Level 6
(Same as AT 4045) Introduction to the different business models according to specific business interests in art history and the visual arts. Exposure to the wide range of current art and art related practices. Identification of areas that are potentially profitable and investigation of related jobs and tasks.
Prerequisites:
UK Credits: 15
US Credits : 3/1/3
Syllabus: Download
AR 4130
Contemporary Painting - Level 6
Experimentation on techniques and strategies of contemporary painting. Physical, and virtual spaces are examined through their transposition on painted imagery.
Prerequisites: AR 3025
UK Credits: 15
US Credits : 3/1/3
Syllabus: Download
AR 4226
Sculpture III - Level 6
Studio practice in sculpture. Advanced fabrication techniques. Construction techniques and concepts. Production of large-scale work. Works in situ.
Prerequisites: AR 2007 AR 3108
UK Credits: 15
US Credits : 3/1/3
Syllabus: Download
AR 4233
Contemporary Drawing - Level 6
Drawing as a process of experimentation in the physical and virtual worlds. Contemporary aesthetic issues and practices are explored.
Prerequisites: AR 2003 AR 3104
UK Credits: 15
US Credits : 3/1/3
Syllabus: Download
AR 4934
Senior Project I - Level 6
Emphasis on individual artistic choices, either formal or contextual. Emphasis on reading material and on the advancement of technology. A variety of art practices as well as installations are explored.
UK Credits: 15
US Credits : 3/1/3
Syllabus: Download
AR 4941
Senior Project II - Level 6
Capstone course of the visual arts majors. Students put into practice their personal skills and work towards the completion of an exhibition accompanied by a dissertation and an artist’s statement.
UK Credits: 15
US Credits : 3/1/3
Syllabus: Download
AS 1000
LE Introduction to Astronomy
This introductory course in astronomy unveils the wonders of the Cosmos such as solar systems and planets, origin and evolution of stars and galaxies, and various cosmological theories. It gives emphasis on modern developments of astronomy and its connections to everyday life.
Prerequisites:
UK Credits:
US Credits : 3/0/3
Syllabus: Download
AT 1000
LE History of Art I
A survey of Western art from the Palaeolithic through the Medieval periods.
Prerequisites:
UK Credits:
US Credits : 3/0/3
Syllabus: Download
AT 1001
LE History of Art II
A survey of Western art from the Renaissance to the present, through a series of key artworks.
Prerequisites:
UK Credits:
US Credits : 3/0/3
Syllabus: Download
AT 1025
History of Architecture
Examination of Western architecture from the Early Modern Period to the Present, through a series of key monuments and their context.
Prerequisites:
UK Credits:
US Credits : 3/0/3
Syllabus: Download
AT 2005
Art of Ancient Greece - Level 4
The art of ancient Greece from the Geometric period through the coming of Rome. Diverse types of artistic production, including religious and secular architecture, sculpture, pottery, grave artefacts. Greek Art in its historical and social context.
Prerequisites:
UK Credits: 15
US Credits : 3/0/3
Syllabus: Download
AT 2006
Style and Ideology in Roman Art and Architecture - Level 4
The art of the Republic and the Empire to the time of Constantine the Great. The art of Etruria briefly considered.
Prerequisites:
UK Credits: 15
US Credits : 3/0/3
Syllabus: Download
AT 2009
The Italian Renaissance - Level 4
Renaissance Art in Italy from the Trecento through the Cinquecento.
Prerequisites:
UK Credits: 15
US Credits : 3/0/3
Syllabus: Download
AT 2013
Modern Art - Level 4
Artistic practices and key works of modern art relating to the period from the 1900s to the early 1960s.
Prerequisites:
UK Credits: 15
US Credits : 3/0/3
Syllabus: Download
AT 2124
Writing about Art - Level 4
Introduction to the academic writing specific to the discipline of art history.
Prerequisites: AT 1001
UK Credits: 15
US Credits : 3/0/3
Syllabus: Download
AT 3007
Byzantine Art and Architecture - Level 5
Art and Architecture from the fourth century to the end of the Byzantine Empire.
Prerequisites:
UK Credits: 15
US Credits : 3/0/3
Syllabus: Download
AT 3008
Sacred and Secular In Western Medieval Art and Architecture - Level 5
The art and architecture of the medieval period in western Europe. From early medieval to Gothic.
Prerequisites:
UK Credits: 15
US Credits : 3/0/3
Syllabus: Download
AT 3012
Pluralism in Nineteenth-Century Art - Level 5
Art in Nineteenth Century Europe. Particular attention given to the socio-political context of art production and issues of gender.
Prerequisites:
UK Credits: 15
US Credits : 3/0/3
Syllabus: Download
AT 3016
African Art and Performativity - Level 5
Art production of selected cultures from various geographical regions of Africa.
Prerequisites:
UK Credits: 15
US Credits : 3/0/3
Syllabus: Download
AT 3017
Modern Greek Art
Modern Greek art from the formation of the Greek state in the nineteenth century to the present. Focus on the historical/political/social events that determined the developments of art in conjunction with the creation of modern Greek identity.
Prerequisites:
UK Credits:
US Credits : 3/0/3
Syllabus: Download
AT 3018
Art After Modernism - Level 5
Examination of the visual arts produced since the 1950s. Case studies of artistic practices and related art theories.
Prerequisites:
UK Credits: 15
US Credits : 3/0/3
Syllabus: Download
AT 3019
Islamic Art and Architecture - Level 5
The art and architecture of the Islamic world, beginning in the seventh century with the early Arab Caliphates.
Prerequisites:
UK Credits: 15
US Credits : 3/0/3
Syllabus: Download
AT 3036
Critical Approaches to Art History - Level 5
Formalism, iconography, the social history of art, semiotics, psychoanalytic approaches, issues of gender, sexuality and race, postcolonialism.
Prerequisites:
UK Credits: 15
US Credits : 3/0/3
Syllabus: Download
AT 3043
From Van Eyck To Rembrandt - Level 5
Examination of painting in the Low Countries and Germany in the period extending from c. 1400 to 1675, with emphasis on the 17th Century.
Prerequisites:
UK Credits: 15
US Credits : 3/0/3
Syllabus: Download
AT 4030
Selected Topics - Level 6
In-depth investigation of a topic in art history related to an historical or critical/methodological aspect of the discipline. The topic of the seminar is chosen in advance and it supplements those existing in the program.
Prerequisites:
UK Credits: 15
US Credits : 3/0/3
Syllabus: Download
AT 4032
Theory and Practice of Display - Level 6
A survey of the history and theory of the display of art and artifacts. Analysis of current art and archaeological displays.
Prerequisites:
UK Credits: 15
US Credits : 3/0/3
Syllabus: Download
AT 4033
Feminism and Art History - Level 6
Feminist critiques of art and the discipline of art history, as well as feminist art.
Prerequisites:
UK Credits: 15
US Credits : 3/0/3
Syllabus: Download
AT 4034
Topics In Medieval Art - Level 6
In-depth critical analysis of a topic in the study of medieval art. The topic is chosen in advance.
Prerequisites:
UK Credits: 15
US Credits : 3/0/3
Syllabus: Download
AT 4037
Topics In Renaissance Art - Level 6
In-depth investigation of a topic related to the art of the Renaissance in Italy from the Trecento through the Cinquecento.
Prerequisites:
UK Credits: 15
US Credits : 3/0/3
Syllabus: Download
AT 4038
Topics In Modern Art - Level 6
In-depth investigation of a topic related to modern art.
Prerequisites:
UK Credits: 15
US Credits : 3/0/3
Syllabus: Download
AT 4039
History and Theory of Curating - Level 6
Thematic investigation of the theoretical discourses and historical aspects related to contemporary curatorial theory and practice.
Prerequisites:
UK Credits: 15
US Credits : 3/0/3
Syllabus: Download
AT 4041
Art and Psychoanalysis - Level 6
Investigation of the critical approach to art and psychoanalysis. Art historical writings informed by psychoanalytic theory and related key psychoanalytic notions.
Prerequisites:
UK Credits: 15
US Credits : 3/0/3
Syllabus: Download
AT 4042
Art and Post-Structuralism - Level 6
Investigation of selected aspects of post-structuralist theories and specific contemporary artistic practices.
Prerequisites:
UK Credits: 15
US Credits : 3/0/3
Syllabus: Download
AT 4045
Introduction to Arts Entrepreneurship - Level 6
See AR 4045
Prerequisites:
UK Credits: 15
US Credits : 3/1/3
Syllabus: Download
AT 4047
Art Objects and Their Histories - Level 6
Examination of art history through objects from selected periods, cultures, geographies, as well as a wide range of artistic practices ranging from the visual arts and crafts to contemporary media.
Prerequisites:
UK Credits: 15
US Credits : 3/0/3
Syllabus: Download
AT 4048
Art and Postcolonialism - Level 6
Examination of transcultural exchanges through specific cases of artists and artistic practices from the perspective of postcolonial theory.
Prerequisites:
UK Credits: 15
US Credits : 3/0/3
Syllabus: Download
BI 1000
LE Introduction to Biology I - Level 4
An integrated exploration of the fundamentals of biology as a science, the nature of life, biological chemistry, cell biology, metabolism and human body anatomy and function.
Prerequisites:
UK Credits: 20
US Credits : 3/2/4
Syllabus: Download
BI 1002
Introduction to Molecular Biology
Principles and applications of molecular biology, with emphasis on recombinant DNA technology, gene isolation and cloning, gene transfer into mammalian cells, transgenic animals, regulation of gene expression,molecular diagnostics,molecular biology of cancer and gene therapy.
Prerequisites:
UK Credits:
US Credits : 3/1.5/4
Syllabus: Download
BI 1007
Environmental Ecology - Level 4
Fundamentals of the science of ecology, including an introduction to life and the physical environment. Adaptations of organisms and evolution, population structure and regulation, species interactions, community ecology, biodiversity, ecosystems and ecological applications.
Prerequisites:
UK Credits: 20
US Credits : 3/2/4
Syllabus: Download
BI 1016
LE Human Biology: Genetic and Evolutionary Aspects of Life
An issues-based course designed for non-science majors that takes a fresh approach to the field of biology. Emphasis is put on human genetics, inheritance and human development, molecular biology, evolution, and ecology.
Prerequisites:
UK Credits:
US Credits : 3/0/3
Syllabus: Download
BI 1017
Human Biology: Body Anatomy and Current Issues - Level 4
An issues-based course designed for non-science majors that takes a fresh approach to the field of biology. Emphasis is put on basic biological processes, structure and function of organs and organ systems as well as diseases and infections of the human body.
Prerequisites:
UK Credits: 20
US Credits : 3/2/4
Syllabus: Download
BI 1101
Introduction to Biology II - Level 4
An integrated exploration of major principles of biology. Emphasis on diversity of life, development, cell division,molecular biology, genetics, evolution, and ecology. Consideration of issues and applications related to society.
Prerequisites: BI 1000
UK Credits: 20
US Credits : 3/2/4
Syllabus: Download
BI 3204
Human Genetics – Level 5
A survey of human genetics for the science and non-science majors. Focuses on fundamental concepts about genome organization, function and variation as well as the study of genetic diseases and technologies.
Prerequisites: BI 1000 BI 1101
UK Credits:
US Credits : 3/0/3
Syllabus: Download
BI 3215
Environmental Health - Level 5
This course examines health issues, the scientific understanding of their causes and possible future approaches to control major environmental health problems in industrialized and developing countries.
Prerequisites: BI 1000 or BI 1006 BI 1101 or BI 1007
UK Credits: 15
US Credits : 3/0/3
Syllabus: Download
BI 3232
Cellular and Molecular Neurobiology – Level 5
A course on cellular and molecular neurobiology. The course will cover the neural tissue and senses from molecules to the mind, describing basic neuronal processes, sensory receptor systems, and motor systems, development and the biology of higher cognitive function.
Prerequisites: BI 1000 BI 1101
UK Credits:
US Credits : 3/0/3
Syllabus: Download
BI 3235
Cell and Molecular Biology - Level 5
An integrated exploration of the fundamentals of cell and molecular biology as a science, the nature of life, biological chemistry, cell biology, metabolism and genetics.
Prerequisites: BI 1000 BI 1101
UK Credits: 20
US Credits : 3/2/4
Syllabus: Download
BI 3240
Human Anatomy and Physiology - Level 5
An integrated exploration of the fundamentals of human anatomy including tissues, organs and systems with an emphasis on their pathophysiology.
Prerequisites: BI 1000 BI 1101
UK Credits: 20
US Credits : 3/2/4
Syllabus: Download
BMS 3220
Microbiology and Infectious Diseases - Level 5
An analysis of essential microbiology and infectious disease. The course introduces the major classes of micro-organisms and through their biological adaptations relates them to human activity. Their beneficial and harmful roles on humans is discussed through case studies, disease profiles and epidemiological analysis.
Prerequisites: BI 1000 BI 1101
UK Credits: 15
US Credits : 3/0/3
Syllabus: Download
BMS 3425
Human Nutrition - Level 5
An integrated overview of the physiological requirements and functions of major nutrients for humans, the connection between nutrition and disease, the role of nutrients in growth and health through the life cycle and in physical activity, dietary requirements, as well as issues of food safety, food security and contemporary challenges of nutrition and the food system.
Prerequisites: BI 1000 BI 1101 CH 1002 CH 2115
UK Credits: 15
US Credits : 3/0/3
Syllabus: Download
BMS 4055
Internship in Biomedical and Health Sciences - Level 6
Work-based learning in the field of Biomedical and Health Sciences, such as in a pharmaceutical industry or a clinical setting. Students gain hands-on experience and receive training as they learn to apply knowledge and skills gained in the program in a real life work environment.
Prerequisites: The student must have completed a minimum of 40 credits from the core courses of the Biomedical Sciences program before being able to take this course. All work placements are subject to the formal approval by the Department Head / Programme Coordinator / Internship Administrator (as appropriate).
Prerequisites:
UK Credits: 15
US Credits : 3/0/3
Syllabus: Download
BMS 4330
Health Information Systems & Technology - Level 6
The course provides an overview of Health Information Technology, Health Informatics and Biomedical Informatics. The student is introduced to the concepts of the discipline, models, and systems including the major areas of the evolving discipline. The course focuses on the application of health information technology for healthcare delivery, education and research as well as the multidisciplinary nature of informatics.
Prerequisites: MA 1008 MA 2025 MA 2130
UK Credits: 15
US Credits : 3/0/3
Syllabus: Download
BMS 4410
Allergy and Immunity - Level 6
The course provides a detailed review of allergy and immunology and an integrated exploration of molecular, cellular, physiologic and pathologic aspects of the immune system. The pathophysiology of the immune system as it contributes to diseases, autoimmunity is explored together with various treatment strategies for allergic and immune disorders.
Prerequisites: BI 1000 BI 1101 BI 3235 BI 3240
UK Credits: 15
US Credits : 3/0/3
Syllabus: Download
BMS 4415
Environmental Burden in Neurodevelopment - Level 6
The course focuses on fundamental principles of organogenesis in the nervous system and integrates information from a variety of model systems, relating them to human nervous system development trajectory, including disorders of development. It offers expanded coverage of topics such as neuronal determination, axonal navigation and targeting, neuron survival and death, synapse formation and developmental plasticity. Environmental exposures, epigenetics, gene expression, cell migration and stem cells, sleep and learning/memory, socioeconomic status and development of prefrontal cortex function are considered.
Prerequisites: BI 1000 BI 1101 BI 3235 BI 3240
UK Credits: 15
US Credits : 3/0/3
Syllabus: Download
BMS 4435
Pharmacology in Health and Disease - Level 6
An integrated exploration of pharmacology in health and disease. Focuses on, principles of pharmacology, including receptor mechanisms, drug distribution and metabolism, and pharmacokinetics in addition to drug discovery, safety and efficacy. The existing and experimental treatment strategies in pharmacology both in health and disease are discussed. Specific cases, research and bioethics questions are explored in a critical and analytical approach.
Prerequisites: BI 1000 BI 1101 BI 3235 BI 3240
UK Credits: 15
US Credits : 3/0/3
Syllabus: Download
BMS 4440
Topics in Pathophysiology - Level 6
An integrated exploration of human pathophysiology. Focuses on molecular, cellular, physiologic and pathologic processes contributing to diseases. Specific cases, research and bioethics questions are explored in a critical and analytical approach including the existing and experimental treatment strategies.
Prerequisites: BI 1000 BI 1101 BI 3235 BI 3240
UK Credits: 15
US Credits : 3/0/3
Syllabus: Download
BMS 4545
Research Methods and ICT Tools in Biomedical Sciences - Level 6
The course provides a guide to the key practical and broader skills needed in biomedical sciences, including comprehensive coverage of: study and examination skills; fundamental laboratory and analytical skills; investigative techniques and evaluation skills; analysis and presentation of data. The capstone proposal is also prepared in this course.
UK Credits: 15
US Credits : 3/0/3
Syllabus: Download
BMS 4650
Capstone in Biomedical Sciences - Level 6
This course is the culmination of the work in Biomedical Sciences. It involves an individual research project and is designed to provide students with opportunities to research health and biomedical sciences issues from different perspectives. The project topics are selected from a broad spectrum of BMS areas.
UK Credits: 15
US Credits : 3/0/3
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BU 2003
Business Legal Issues - Level 4
Introduction to basic concepts and principles of company law, intellectual property law, contract law, tort law and employment law, and overview of selected emerging legal issues.
Prerequisites:
UK Credits: 15
US Credits : 3/0/3
Syllabus: Download
BU 2010
LE Business Fundamentals
Principles and theories for managing business systems and processes. Overview of business functions in the context of a global competitive environment. Ethical issues, corporate social responsibility and sustainability.
Prerequisites:
UK Credits:
US Credits : 3/0/3
Syllabus: Download
BU 3233
Business Research Methods - Level 5
The Business Research process, the Research Report and the Proposal. The Research problem, the Literature Review and Research Questions. Research Design and Methodology. Data Collection methods. Quantitative and Qualitative Data Analysis.
Prerequisites: MA 2021 or MA 2010 MA 3111
UK Credits: 15
US Credits : 3/1/3
Syllabus: Download
BU 4950
Business Consulting
A field-based course, open to all economics and business students, designed to develop strategic problem solving skills in a corporate setting. Emphasis is placed on the complexities of organizational environments and the implications of different strategies on firm organizational structure and prospects.
Prerequisites: 90 credits. The course is open to business and economics students. Approval by the Department Head / Program Coordinator (as appropriate) and the course instructor is required
UK Credits:
US Credits : 3/0/3
Syllabus: Download
CE 1000
Chinese I - Level 4
Beginning Chinese. Fundamental concepts of the Chinese language and aspects of Chinese culture. Basic training in listening, speaking, and reading abilities in the Chinese language.
Prerequisites:
UK Credits: 15
US Credits : 3/0/3
Syllabus: Download
CH 1002
LE Principles of Chemistry - Level 4
An introduction to chemical science and the chemistry of everyday life. The course presents fundamental principles of chemistry such as atomic theory, chemical bonding, chemical reactions, states of matter, nuclear chemistry as well as, basic concepts of inorganic and organic chemistry. Focus is given to chemical applications and their relevance to the natural environment.
Prerequisites:
UK Credits: 20
US Credits : 3/2/4
Syllabus: Download
CH 1005
LE An Introduction To The Organic World
An introduction to modern organic and biological structures. An issues based approach that studies biological, environmental, nutritional and material science-related topics via a chemical perspective with an emphasis on the chemistry of livings things.
Prerequisites:
UK Credits:
US Credits : 3/0/3
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CH 2115
General Chemistry- Level 4
General Chemistry builds upon essential chemical concepts and their applications. It is a systematic study of chemical change and equilibria. Topics include advanced atomic structure and hybridization, thermochemistry and thermodynamics, ionic equilibria, electrochemistry and kinetics.
Prerequisites: CH 1002
UK Credits: 20
US Credits : 3/2/4
Syllabus: Download
CH 3220
Organic Chemistry - Level 5
An introduction to organic chemistry, focusing primarily on the basic principles underlying the structure and reactivity of organic molecules. Hydrocarbons, alcohols and ethers, aldehydes, ketones and carboxylic acids are discussed, with emphasis on biomolecular applications of reaction mechanisms, stereochemistry, nomenclature and tools for structure determination, including nuclear magnetic resonance and infrared spectroscopy.
Prerequisites: CH 1002 CH 2115
UK Credits: 15
US Credits : 3/0/3
Syllabus: Download
CH 3241
Environmental Chemistry - Level 5
See ES 3241.
Prerequisites:
UK Credits: 15
US Credits : 3/0/3
Syllabus: Download
CH 3325
Organic and Biological Chemistry - Level 5
Organic chemistry with focus on the chemistry of life, examining proteins, carbohydrates lipids, nucleic acids, the relationship between structure and function, as well as metabolism and gene expression.
Prerequisites: CH 1002 CH 2115 CH 3220
UK Credits: 15
US Credits : 3/0/3
Syllabus: Download
CH 3330
Organic and Biological Chemistry Lab - Level 5
An introduction to methods of analysis in organic and biological chemistry, with emphasis on laboratory techniques and structure determination. Students get exposed to techniques such as distillation, vacuum filtration, liquid extraction, spectroscopy, chromatography and rotary evaporation; they also learn to apply the scientific method and design an experiment.
Prerequisites: CH 1002 CH 2115 CH 3220
UK Credits: 10
US Credits : 0/3/2
Syllabus: Download
CIN 2010
Film Adaptation - level 4
Introduction to theories and concepts of film adaptation. Review of techniques and tools relevant to the particular nature of the medium from a writer’s perspective. Case studies and creative work.
Prerequisites:
UK Credits: 15
US Credits : 3/0/3
Syllabus: Download
CIN 2015
Film History - Level 4
Examination of key phases of film history. Analysis of film’s historical development in interaction with socio-economic context. Survey of major cinematic traditions from the silent to the sound era and from post-war and contemporary auteurs to Hollywood blockbuster culture. Analysis of aesthetic, critical and technological innovations in line with institutions, culture and social change. Women directors and cinema’s historiography.
Prerequisites:
UK Credits: 15
US Credits : 3/0/3
Syllabus: Download
CIN 2227
LE Modern Greek Cinema - Level 4
Introduction to Modern Greek cinema through an analysis of the theoretical, historical and aesthetic elements that have shaped its identity.
Prerequisites: WP 1010 WP 1111
UK Credits: 15
US Credits : 3/0/3
Syllabus: Download
CIN 3012
Contemporary Cinema and Society – Level 5
See SO 3012.
Prerequisites:
UK Credits: 15
US Credits : 3/0/3
Syllabus: Download
CIN 3090
Selected Topics in Cinema Studies
In-depth analysis of one contemporary topic in cinema studies or filmmaking practice. Systematic and critical study of the key ideas and relevant literature or practical applications.
Prerequisites: Students should have completed 36 credits
UK Credits:
US Credits : 3/0/3
Syllabus: Download
CIN 3120
Cinematography - Level 5
The aesthetics, techniques, and technology of cinematography in its current practice.
Prerequisites: CN 2005
UK Credits: 15
US Credits : 3/0/3
Syllabus: Download
CIN 3125
Digital Compositing and Editing - Level 5
Principles of layer-based compositing and non-linear editing for the completion of video work.
Prerequisites: CN 2005
UK Credits: 15
US Credits : 3/0/3
Syllabus: Download
CIN 3130
Directing Fundamentals - Level 5
This course explores both the leadership and collaborative skills necessary to directors. Script/concept breakdown, pre-visualization, camera blocking, basic scene coverage and rehearsal techniques for specific performance needs. Students direct and edit both a fiction and non-fiction scenario to experiment with the communicative potential of each and to develop the student’s own creative voice.
Prerequisites: CN 2005
UK Credits: 15
US Credits : 3/0/3
Syllabus: Download
CIN 3140
Production Design - Level 5
The course explores the fundamentals of production design–from text and script interpretation, art direction, researching locations, to collaborations with the director, cinematographer and creative teams.
Prerequisites: CN 2005
UK Credits: 15
US Credits : 3/0/3
Syllabus: Download
CIN 3235
Film Theory - Level 5
Examination and analysis of major film theories from the early days of cinema to contemporary developments. Placement of film theories in a broad socio-historical context through the major film theorists. Links to discourses in psychoanalysis, Marxism and Critical Theory, feminism and post-colonialism.
Prerequisites: CIN 2015 CN 2127
UK Credits: 15
US Credits : 3/0/3
Syllabus: Download
CIN 4045
Acting and the Screen - Level 6
The actor’s craft in the context of contemporary recorded performance. Students train on relevant acting techniques and acquire respective technical skills.
Prerequisites:
UK Credits: 15
US Credits : 3/0/3
Syllabus: Download
CIN 4050
World Cinema: Power and Identity - Level 6
See SO 4050.
Prerequisites:
UK Credits: 15
US Credits : 3/0/3
Syllabus: Download
CIN 4080
Cinema Studies Internship
Experiential learning for students in the Cinema Studies program. Students gain industry experience and training as they apply knowledge gained within the classroom to real-life professional situations.
Prerequisites: Formal approval by the Program Coordinator and Internship Administrator is required
UK Credits:
US Credits : 3/0/3
Syllabus: Download
CIN 4155
Film Producing – Level 6
Production practices relevant to the film industry. Treatments and pitching. Budgeting and financing. Distribution.
Prerequisites: CIN 3130
UK Credits: 15
US Credits : 3/0/3
Syllabus: Download
CIN 4970
Cinema Studies Senior Thesis – Level 6
Capstone course for Cinema Studies majors. Students work directly with a faculty supervisor to develop and complete a creative project or thesis.
Prerequisites: Nine (9) Cinema Studies courses
UK Credits: 15
US Credits : 3/0/3
Syllabus: Download
CL 1002
Ancient Greek I
An introductory course for students who wish to study elementary ancient Greek. The course covers the essentials of vocabulary, grammar and syntax through oral and written exercises so that students can begin to translate ancient Greek into English. Practice in reading, writing and translating from ancient Greek into English, with excerpts from Greek literature.
Prerequisites:
UK Credits:
US Credits : 3/0/3
Syllabus: Download
CL 1004
LE Myth in the Ancient Greek and Roman World
This course introduces students to the rich world of Greek and Roman mythology by examining and assessing their appearance in literature and material culture. The contribution of these mythologies to the construction of identity and ideologies of the Greeks and Romans will be considered.
Prerequisites:
UK Credits:
US Credits : 3/0/3
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CL 1103
Ancient Greek Language II
The second part of an introductory course for students who wish to study elementary ancient Greek. The course reviews and reinforces vocabulary, grammar and syntax through oral and written exercises so that students can translate ancient Greek into English at a more advanced level than CL1002. Practice in reading, writing and translating from ancient Greek into English, with excerpts from Greek literature.
Prerequisites: CL 1002
UK Credits:
US Credits : 3/0/3
Syllabus: Download
CL 1115
Latin II
A second semester introductory course for students who wish to study elementary Latin. The course reviews and reinforces vocabulary, grammar and syntax through oral and written exercises so that students can translate Latin into English. Practice in reading, writing and translating from Latin into English, with excerpts from Latin literature.
Prerequisites: The equivalent of first semester Latin
UK Credits:
US Credits : 3/0/3
Syllabus: Download
CL 2010
LE Ancient Greek And Roman Epic Poetry - Level 4
Engagement with three major epics in their entirety, in English translation: the Iliad; the Odyssey; and Vergil’s Aeneid; examination of epics as a window into the perspectives of their earliest audiences or readerships, and also with a view to their powerful and ongoing influence on Western thought and literature; attention given to current scholarly debates surrounding the epics.
Prerequisites:
UK Credits: 15
US Credits : 3/0/3
Syllabus: Download
CL 2220
Reading Latin
The course strengthens and builds upon the skills learned in a first year Latin sequence by focusing on reading a continuous text by a key author writing in Latin and placing that work in its cultural and literary context. Authors that may be chosen include Virgil, Cicero and Livy amongst others. The course begins with a grammar review. The course may be repeated for credit as long as a different author is chosen.
Prerequisites: A first year Latin sequence or its equivalent
UK Credits:
US Credits : 3/0/3
Syllabus: Download
CL 2225
Homeric Greek
Students learn to read and interpret Homer in the original Greek. Class discussion, readings and exercises increase fluency and enable direct experience of dramatic stories and powerful ideas from the dawn of Western civilization.
At least one year of prior training in Ancient Greek at the college level is assumed.
Prerequisites: CL 1002 Ancient Greek I CL 1103 Ancient Greek II or any college level two-semester sequence of beginning Ancient Greek language. Requirement may be waived by permission of the instructor.
UK Credits:
US Credits : 3/0/3
Syllabus: Download
CL 3001
Classical Roman Literature and Culture
A study, in English translation, of some of the most important works of Roman literature, placing them within their cultural context. Samples from various genres (drama, lyric and epic poetry, rhetoric) are examined.
Prerequisites:
UK Credits:
US Credits : 3/0/3
Syllabus: Download
CL 3022
From Myth to Lived Experience: The Power of Story-Telling
Exploration of how story-telling can shape identities, challenge ideas, and even create radical new modes of thought and expression. Engagement with stories from Homer, Sappho, Euripides, Herodotus, Plato, and others, with emphasis on how myth relates to lived experience, becomes repurposed in new contexts, and still shapes narratives generated in contemporary media.
Prerequisites:
UK Credits:
US Credits : 3/0/3
Syllabus: Download
CL 3224
Ancient Greek Drama in Translation
Aeschylus, Sophocles, Euripides and Aristophanes in translation by modern poets and scholars. Commentary by ancient and modern scholars.
Prerequisites: WP 1010 WP 1111
UK Credits:
US Credits : 3/0/3
Syllabus: Download
CL 3227
Ancient Greek and Roman Comedy in Translation
Aristophanes, Menander, Plautus, and Terence in English translation by modern poets and scholars. Commentary by ancient and modern scholars.
Prerequisites: WP 1010 WP 1111
UK Credits:
US Credits : 3/0/3
Syllabus: Download
CN 2001
LE Foundations of Contemporary Media - Level 4
Overview of the mass media industry. History of the mass media and their impact on society and the individual. Development of communication technology. Role of mass media in shaping public opinion.
Prerequisites:
UK Credits: 15
US Credits : 3/0/3
Syllabus: Download
CN 2005
Introduction to Digital Video - Level 4
Introduction to the principles of shooting and editing moving images. Hands-on-course that equips students with video-making and visual storytelling skills.
Prerequisites:
UK Credits: 15
US Credits : 3/0/3
Syllabus: Download
CN 2044
LE Social Media in an Interconnected Society
See MK 2044.
Prerequisites:
UK Credits:
US Credits : 3/0/3
Syllabus: Download
CN 2103
Introduction to Public Relations - Level 4
Introduction to public relations through the exploration of the evolution of key concepts, theories and practices relevant to the field. Understanding public relations strategies and practices.
Prerequisites: WP 1010
UK Credits: 15
US Credits : 3/0/3
Syllabus: Download
CN 2110
Introduction to Advertising - Level 4
Introduction to advertising and its key concepts, principles and theories, including the variety of ways in which advertising is interpreted from a historical, ethical, sociological, psychological, cultural, economic, media-centred and professional perspective.
Prerequisites: WP 1010
UK Credits: 15
US Credits : 3/0/3
Syllabus: Download
CN 2127
Introduction to Film and Television Studies - Level 4
Introduction to film and television as areas of study within the world of media and communication. Theoretical and historical examination of the industries their and cultural and wider social significance.
Prerequisites: WP 1010
UK Credits: 15
US Credits : 3/0/3
Syllabus: Download
CN 2202
Writing for the Media - Level 4
Understanding media user needs and interest levels as a determining factor in how media messages are crafted. Examination and application of basic media writing techniques.
Prerequisites: WP 1010 WP 1111
UK Credits: 15
US Credits : 3/0/3
Syllabus: Download
CN 2306
Interpersonal Communication
See HC 2306.
Prerequisites:
UK Credits:
US Credits : 3/0/3
Syllabus: Download
CN 3015
Designing for the Web - Level 5
See ITC 3015.
Prerequisites:
UK Credits: 15
US Credits : 3/0/3
Syllabus: Download
CN 3080
Communication Internship
Workplace-based learning in an area of communication. On-the-job training and work experience. Exposure to, and reflection on, professional practices and challenges in a communication-related area.
Prerequisites: Students should complete 75 credits before taking this module. Department head approval required.
UK Credits:
US Credits : 0/0/3
Syllabus: Download
CN 3160
Digital Storytelling - Level 5
Development of production storytelling techniques. Treatment of ideas. Storytelling in the digital age.
Prerequisites: CN 2005
UK Credits: 15
US Credits : 3/0/3
Syllabus: Download
CN 3164
Sound Design - Level 5
See MU 3164.
Prerequisites:
UK Credits: 15
US Credits : 3/0/3
Syllabus: Download
CN 3311
Fundamentals of Journalism - Level 5
Basic techniques in journalism Finding and determining the credibility of sources, determining the newsworthiness of the stories, interviewing, maintaining accuracy, writing leads, applying the inverted pyramid, and writing on deadline.
Prerequisites: WP 1010 WP 1111 CN 2202
UK Credits: 15
US Credits : 3/0/3
Syllabus: Download
CN 3316
Broadcast Journalism and Public Relations - Level 5
The differences between print and broadcast radio and television in terms of audience expectations and receptivity. Writing for the voice and the ear. Preparing, writing and delivering news copy and field reports. Taping interviews. Shooting video. Adapting the voice to broadcast.
Prerequisites: WP 1010 WP 1111 CN 2202 CN 3311
UK Credits: 15
US Credits : 3/0/3
Syllabus: Download
CN 3323
Public Relations and Special Events Planning - Level 5
Event management techniques and strategies for planning, promotion, implementation and evaluation of special events in a variety of contexts. Competencies required to perform the complex tasks associated with research, design, planning, production and evaluation of events.
Prerequisites: WP 1010 WP 1111 CN 2103
UK Credits: 15
US Credits : 3/0/3
Syllabus: Download
CN 3408
Issues in Context - Level 5
Historical observation, social theory, and examination of media texts as tools for understanding social change. The retreat of tradition and its impact on institutions, individuals and relationships at different levels of society.
Prerequisites: WP 1010 WP 1111 WP 1212 CN 2001
UK Credits: 15
US Credits : 3/0/3
Syllabus: Download
CN 3409
Advertising Copywriting And Evaluation - Level 5
Critically reading advertisements in context. Creatively writing advertising copy for the traditional and new media. Understanding the importance of creative copy in advertising. Approaching the managerial aspects of creative advertising. The elements of creativity from an advertising copywriter’s point of view.
Prerequisites: WP 1010 WP 1111 WP 1212 CN 2110
UK Credits: 15
US Credits : 3/0/3
Syllabus: Download
CN 3412
Media Ethics - Level 5
Philosophical and practical approaches to understand ethical dilemmas in the media. Analysis of the competing professional, private, employment and social frameworks established in the course. Comparison of ethical standards and practices in different areas in the field of communication.
Prerequisites: WP 1010 WP 1111 WP 1212 CN 2001
UK Credits: 15
US Credits : 3/0/3
Syllabus: Download
CN 3421
Communication Theories - Level 5
The basic theoretical paradigms of mass communication. Examination of the history and development of models in communication research and the context in which theories emerged. Exploration of approaches used to understand the influence of mass communication.
Prerequisites: WP 1010 WP 1111 WP 1212 CN 2001
UK Credits: 15
US Credits : 3/0/3
Syllabus: Download
CN 3425
Film Analysis - Level 5
Analysis through an examination of filmic elements such as form, narrative, sound, mise-en-scene and cinematography. Survey of different aesthetic styles and genres in the history of cinema.
Prerequisites: WP 1010 WP 1111 WP 1212 CN 2127
UK Credits: 15
US Credits : 3/0/3
Syllabus: Download
CN 3428
Public Relations Techniques - Level 5
Public Relations communication techniques used to reach organizational goals through various channels. Shaping messages for specific target audiences. Analysis of on-the-job situations.
Prerequisites: WP 1010 WP 1111 CN 2202 CN2203
UK Credits: 15
US Credits : 3/0/3
Syllabus: Download
CN 3434
Advertising Strategy and Client Services - Level 5
Understanding and creating advertising strategies across media, for different brands and different purposes. Managing agency teams. Liaising with clients. Knowing and applying advertising ethics and self-regulations principles and guidelines.
Prerequisites: WP 1010 WP 1111 WP 1212 CN 2110
UK Credits: 15
US Credits : 3/0/3
Syllabus: Download
CN 3642
Digital Campaigns - Level 5
The role of online media in shaping interpersonal and organizational communication. Examination of such areas as networking, online communities, sharing and collaborative practices, user-generated content, crowd sourcing, gamification, and social entrepreneurship. Planning and execution of digital campaigns.
Prerequisites: WP 1010 WP 1111 WP 1212 CN 2202 CN 2110 CN 343434
UK Credits: 15
US Credits : 3/0/3
Syllabus: Download
CN 4207
Multimedia Journalism and Public Relations - Level 6
The use of visuals, sound, and words together to tell true stories in journalism and public relations. Objectivity and balance. Checking sources. Structuring stories. Shot selection. Researching, interviewing, shooting, writing, and producing stories. Writing across the media.
Prerequisites: CN 2005 CN 3160
UK Credits: 15
US Credits : 3/0/3
Syllabus: Download
CN 4239
Making the Short Documentary - Level 6
Researching, focusing, planning, shooting, writing, and editing the short documentary, or industrial or public relations, film. Ethical issues and principles. History of the different documentary types.
Prerequisites: CN 2005 CN 3160
UK Credits: 15
US Credits : 3/0/3
Syllabus: Download
CN 4337
Screenwriting - Level 6
Methods of film screenwriting. Examination of the principles of cinematic stories, structure, character and dialogue. Film screenings and script analysis.
Prerequisites: WP 1010 WP 1111 CN 2127
UK Credits: 15
US Credits : 3/0/3
Syllabus: Download
CN 4338
Leadership Communication - Level 6
Communication styles of business and political leaders. The role of communication in effective leadership, with a focus on techniques used to develop successful public and corporate leadership communication strategies.
Prerequisites: WP 1010 WP 1111 WP 1212
UK Credits: 15
US Credits : 3/0/3
Syllabus: Download
CN 4404
News Culture - Level 6
Critical analysis of the complex processes of news journalism through the examination of how news is collected, processed, communicated and perceived.
Prerequisites: WP 1010 WP 1111 WP 1212 CN 2001
UK Credits: 15
US Credits : 3/0/3
Syllabus: Download
CN 4413
Brand Building In Advertising - Level 6
Brand character and positioning through aesthetics and elements of style. Brand equity building and image communication. Image as an asset of organizations and brands. Forging an identity from inception of idea to brand bundle. Developing, refining, and communicating a unique brand. Emphasis on aesthetics, styles, dimensions, and synesthesia.
Prerequisites: WP 1010 WP 1111 WP 1212 CN 2110
UK Credits: 15
US Credits : 3/0/3
Syllabus: Download
CN 4426
Public Relations in Non-Profit Organizations - Level 6
Understanding the challenges non-profits face in health, culture, education and human services. Budgeting and fundraising issues. Communicating with target audiences. Analysis of non-profit clients' social and political objectives.
Prerequisites: WP 1010 WP 1111 CN 2202 CN 2103
UK Credits: 15
US Credits : 3/0/3
Syllabus: Download
CN 4433
Investigative Journalism - Level 6
Writing investigative news and feature pieces that require original ideas, interviewing and other types of thorough research, and sophisticated application of content and presentation skills acquired in the previous writing courses.
Prerequisites: WP 1010 WP 1111 CN 2202 CN 3311
UK Credits: 15
US Credits : 3/0/3
Syllabus: Download
CN 4436
Global Public Relations - Level 6
Public relations in the global marketplace. Global versus national communication strategies. The role of international public relations companies and their local affiliate offices. Achieving public relations success in numerous settings.
Prerequisites: WP 1010 WP 1111 CN 2202 CN 2103
UK Credits: 15
US Credits : 3/0/3
Syllabus: Download
CN 4465
American Cinema – Level 6
Examination of key works of American cinematic art. In-depth study and analysis of the most significant styles, directors, and genres in the history of American cinema within their specific socio-cultural context
Prerequisites: WP 1010 WP 1111 WP 1212 CN 2127
UK Credits: 15
US Credits : 3/0/3
Syllabus: Download
CN 4470
Corporate Communication - Level 6
The strategic role of communication in shaping relations with stakeholders and creating meaning for businesses and the societies within which they operate.
Prerequisites: WP 1010 WP 1111 CN 2202 CN 2103
UK Credits: 15
US Credits : 3/0/3
Syllabus: Download
CN 4532
Communication Research Methods - Level 6
Examination of key concepts of social science research as applied to communication. Quantitative and qualitative research techniques. History and development of communication research. Sampling and research ethics. Exploration of the major approaches to research.
UK Credits: 15
US Credits : 3/0/3
Syllabus: Download
CN 4545
Making the Short Fiction Film - Level 6
Techniques and methods of preproduction, production and postproduction of short films.
Prerequisites: WP 1010 WP 1111 CN 2127 CN 2005 CN 3160 coreq: CN 4337
UK Credits: 15
US Credits : 3/0/3
Syllabus: Download
CN 4566
Audience Behavior In Advertising – Level 6
The importance of understanding and targeting appropriate audiences for the success of any communication effort. The process and criteria of audience segmentation. Group dynamics and other external influencers of an individual’s behaviour. Effects of internal factors, such as personality and perception, on the process of message reception, interpretation, retention and externalisation.
UK Credits: 15
US Credits : 3/0/3
Syllabus: Download
CN 4667
Crisis Communication – Level 6
The stages of different types of crisis, from prevention and preparation to response and recovery; the role of PR in managing crisis; crisis management, risk assessment, interaction with the media, crisis communications planning, reputation, identity, image, social responsibility and business continuity.
UK Credits: 15
US Credits : 3/0/3
Syllabus: Download
CN 4668
Media Industries: Production, Content, And Audiences – Level 6
Examination of key issues in the communication industries. Media production, assessment of media content and audience analysis.
UK Credits: 15
US Credits : 3/0/3
Syllabus: Download
CN 4740
Communication Thesis - Level 6
Students work directly with a faculty supervisor to develop and complete a capstone project or thesis.
UK Credits: 15
US Credits : 3/0/3
Syllabus: Download
CN 4800
Creativity in Advertising Campaigns - Level 6
The role and the importance of creativity in full-scale communication campaigns comprising a variety of media executions. The theoretical background and techniques used to achieve high-level advertising creativity. Designing creative strategies and executions for full-scale campaigns across media.
Prerequisites: WP 1010 WP 1111 WP 1212WP 1010 WP 1111 WP 1212 CN 2001 CN 2110 CN 3409 CN 3434 CN 4566
UK Credits: 15
US Credits : 3/0/3
Syllabus: Download
CS 1070
Introduction to Information Systems - Level 4
Principles of information systems. Social and ethical issues in using information. Present and future trends in information technology. Manage and communicate information. Collaborate and share digital content. Current information technologies are used to solve typical problems.
Prerequisites:
UK Credits: 15
US Credits : 3/1/3
Syllabus: Download
CS 2133
Business Website Fundamentals
A comprehensive overview of website development. The course provides a web development foundation, focusing on content and client-side components. The essential design steps for creating and publishing a business web site are taught. Application of web page creation tools and technologies.
Prerequisites: CS 1070 or ITC 1070
UK Credits:
US Credits : 3/0/3
Syllabus: Download
CS 2179
Business Information Systems - Level 4
Business information systems concepts, categories and trends. The strategic impact of information systems and technologies on business functions and decision-making process. Ethical and security issues. Global information systems concepts.
Prerequisites: CS 1070 or ITC 1070
UK Credits: 15
US Credits : 3/1/3
Syllabus: Download
CS 3051
Business Driven Technology - Level 5
Theories and practices on the role and use of information systems and technology in transforming organizations through streamlining business operations and optimizing business processes. Effective decision-making in implementing sustainable business/IS solutions.
Prerequisites:
UK Credits: 15
US Credits : 3/1/3
Syllabus: Download
CS 3140
Electronic Commerce - Level 5
Electronic commerce framework, types and business models. E-marketplaces, social networks and mobile technologies. Web storefront and content management implementation.
Prerequisites: CS 1070 or ITC 1070
UK Credits: 15
US Credits : 3/0/3
Syllabus: Download
CS 3144
Customer Relationship Management Systems
CRM concepts, metrics, and techniques; CRM systems for customer analysis; CRM analysis and business performance; Customer analytics for loyalty programmes, channel management and promotional campaigns; Customer analytics and customer segmentation. Customer-centric marketing strategies.
Prerequisites: CS 1070
UK Credits:
US Credits : 3/0/3
Syllabus: Download
CS 3153
Business Problem Solving - Level 5
Problem solving, analysis, and processing of business data implemented with a high-level general-purpose object-oriented programming language.
Prerequisites: CS 1070 or ITC 1070
UK Credits:
US Credits : 3/1/3
Syllabus: Download
CS 3245
Data Management for Business - Level 5
Analysis of business requirements; database management systems concepts; data modelling; database design; normalization; structured query language; database integration; information analysis and reporting; online analytical processing; decision-making support; data mining; business intelligence.
Prerequisites: CS 1070 CS 2179 or CS 3051
UK Credits: 15
US Credits : 3/1/3
Syllabus: Download
CS 3246
Enterprise Systems – Level 5
Study of enterprise systems; integration of enterprise systems in support to business processes; theoretical and practical aspects of enterprise solutions; practical training on Enterprise Resource Planning industry standard solutions.
Prerequisites: CS 1070 or ITC 1070 CS 2179 or CS 3051
UK Credits: 15
US Credits : 3/0/3
Syllabus: Download
CS 3247
Knowledge-Based Decision Making - Level 5
Decision Making models; Knowledge Management Systems concepts; role of knowledge in business; organisational learning; knowledge management; decision making processes; Business Analytics; Artificial Intelligence.
Prerequisites: CS 1070 CS 2179 or CS 3051
UK Credits: 15
US Credits : 3/0/3
Syllabus: Download
CS 3355
Exploratory Data Analysis For Business
Exploratory Data Analysis, Data Science methodology, models and processes in business. Analysis, extraction, transformation and data loading methods. Data Science business cases.
Prerequisites: CS 1070 CS 2179 MA 2021
UK Credits:
US Credits : 3/0/3
Syllabus: Download
CS 3465
Business Intelligence and Data Warehousing - Level 6
Data warehouse characteristics, architecture, models and processes. Business processes and data flows. OLAP versus OLTP systems. Data analysis, extraction, transformation and data loading methods. Data quality. Data warehouse: building, maintaining and accessing techniques.
Prerequisites: CS 1070 CS 2188 MA 1009 CS 3260
UK Credits: 15
US Credits : 3/1/3
Syllabus: Download
CS 4063
Management Information Systems Internship
Experiential learning for Management Information Systems majors. Students gain on-the-job experience and training as they learn to apply knowledge gained in the classroom to real life professional situations.
Prerequisites: Normally the student will have completed 70 credits before embarking on this module. Formal approval by the Department Head / Program Coordinator / Internship Administrator (as appropriate) is required.
UK Credits:
US Credits : 0/0/3
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CS 4161
Technology Innovation and Entrepreneurship – Level 6
(same as ITC 4161)
Assessment of both process and context of technology-infused entrepreneurial activity in versatile business environments. Smart integration of digital technologies for the realization of novel ideas and the transformation of traditional business models into digital businesses.
Prerequisites: CS 1070 or ITC 1070
UK Credits: 15
US Credits : 3/0/3
Syllabus: Download
CS 4249
Business Intelligence – Level 6
Business Intelligence characteristics, architecture, models and processes. Data warehouse: building, maintaining and accessing techniques. Business Intelligence analysis, ETL methods. Data, Web and Text mining. Big Data analysis. Business performance management, business processes and data flows.
Prerequisites: CS 1070 CS 2179 or CS 3051
UK Credits: 15
US Credits : 3/0/3
Syllabus: Download
CS 4250
Information Systems Security and Control - Level 6
An overview of information systems security function. Threats, attacks and security technology measures. Legal, ethical and professional issues. Risk assessment and management. Planning for security.
Prerequisites: CS 1070 or ITC 1070 CS 2179
UK Credits: 15
US Credits : 3/0/3
Syllabus: Download
CS 4252
Visualization and Reporting
Data exploitation for decision making purposes: Business Intelligence, Business Analytics, Data Visualization, Reporting.
Prerequisites: 3051 or CS 1070 or ITC 1070 CS 2179
UK Credits:
US Credits : 3/0/3
Syllabus: Download
CS 4267
Applied Business Analytics - Level 6
Data exploitation for decision making purposes: Data Management for Decision Support, Business Intelligence, Business Analytics, Data Mining/Machine Learning, Reporting, Forecasting.
Prerequisites: CS 3051 or CS 1070 or ITC 1070 CS 2179
UK Credits: 15
US Credits : 3/0/3
Syllabus: Download
CS 4384
Analysis and Design of Information Systems - Level 6
Concepts for systems analysis and design, methodologies, techniques, and tools. Evaluation of information systems components and their alignment with business requirements. Integration of the structured systems modelling with the object oriented one.
Prerequisites: CS 1070 CS 2179 CS 3245
UK Credits: 15
US Credits : 3/0/3
Syllabus: Download
CS 4562
Information Systems Strategy - Level 6
Study of the alignment of information systems with business models; a senior management perspective in the acquisition, development, delivery and governance of information systems resources.
UK Credits: 15
US Credits : 3/0/3
Syllabus: Download
CS 4858
Capstone Project in Management Information Systems - Level 6
A culminating experience for MIS majors involving a substantive project that demonstrates a synthesis of learning accumulated in the program, including comprehensive knowledge of the discipline and its methodologies and practices.
UK Credits: 15
US Credits : 3/0/3
Syllabus: Download
DA 2018
LE Body Awareness and Movement - Level 4
Practical anatomy and physiology of the moving body. Health & safety of the moving body, awareness of an individual's body schema, movement range and kinaesthetic sense as a foundation to understand the expressive potential of kinetic form. Ethics of working "physically" with others.
Prerequisites:
UK Credits: 15
US Credits : 3/0/3
Syllabus: Download
DA 2019
LE Ancient Greek Themes in Modern and Contemporary Dance
Ancient Greek themes in 20th and 21st century theatre-dance through the works and practice of modern and contemporary choreographers.
Prerequisites:
UK Credits:
US Credits : 3/0/3
Syllabus: Download
DA 2025
LE The Choreographies of the American Musical
The historical evolution, structure, content and aesthetics of the American musical. Its dramaturgical role within the musical form. Opportunity to learn and perform choreographies from landmark works of American Musical Theatre.
Prerequisites:
UK Credits:
US Credits : 2/2/3
Syllabus: Download
DA 2033
LE Athens Theatre Festivals “Then And Now”
The course explores the framework and the conditions within which Greek theatre evolved and continues to evolve in an ever-changing world by examining and comparing the Athens Theatre Festivals of the Classical and contemporary societies.
Prerequisites:
UK Credits:
US Credits : 3/0/3
Syllabus: Download
DA 2050
Contemporary Dance I
Fundamental principles of Release-based contemporary dance technique; developmental process of exercises and movement sequences; organic movement.
Prerequisites:
UK Credits:
US Credits : 0/3/3
Syllabus: Download
DA 2151
Contemporary Dance II - Level 4
Emphasis on principles of dance technique at intermediate level, application of dynamic alignment, suppleness and flexibility, dynamics and flow of energy as well as endurance and balance. Longer movement studies are learned as "variations" in class.
Prerequisites: DA 2050 or by permission of instructor
UK Credits: 15
US Credits : 0/6/3
Syllabus: Download
DA 2256
Contemporary Choreography I - Level 4
Introduction to current approaches to generate and manipulate movement material and the experience of moving as a starting point for choreography. Exploration of solo forms. Variety of stimulus and sources to generate ideas for dance including visual, textual and aural stimuli. Current practitioners are studied as case studies.
Prerequisites: DA 2050 DA 2018
UK Credits: 15
US Credits : 3/0/3
Syllabus: Download
DA 3000
Classical Ballet - Level 5
Ballet class, 'open level'. Barre exercise. Adagio. Allegro. Short repertory variations from the classical repertory performed in studio conditions. Terminology of classical ballet.
Prerequisites:
UK Credits: 15
US Credits : 0/6/3
Syllabus: Download
DA 3015
LE From Improvisation to Emergent Form - Level 5
Improvisation from an interdisciplinary perspective. Introduction to improvisation as a tool for collaborative cross-arts practice. Approaches to improvisation with reference to key practitioners (e.g. Cage, Fluxus, Klein, Judson Church, Gibson word-pieces). Students work toward the creation of short performance scores and presentations. Improvisation in non-theatre contexts.
Prerequisites:
UK Credits: 15
US Credits : 3/0/3
Syllabus: Download
DA 3017
Jazz Dance - Level 5
Jazz Dance technique. Students work on developing a sound technique, a good sense of line and posture and understanding of rhythm and musicality through engaging with another style of dance.
Prerequisites:
UK Credits: 15
US Credits : 0/6/3
Syllabus: Download
DA 3159
Dance History- Level 5
Dance history from the early 20th century to today. Key personalities, companies, currents and trends are examined in their particular aesthetic, artistic, ideological and socio-political contexts. Critical perspectives on history including new ideas on the nature of historiography that move away from the concept of a "universal history" to an idea of history that includes overlapping, contradictions, ruptures and omissions.
Prerequisites: WP 1010
UK Credits: 15
US Credits : 3/0/3
Syllabus: Download
DA 3255
Contemporary Dance III - Level 5
Advanced aspects of contemporary dance technique. Attention to the performance of elaborate movement combinations that require mastery in the control of level changes, the use of gravity, weight transfer, change of speed, balance / instability, the fall / recovery.
Prerequisites: DA 2050 DA 2151 or by permission of instructor
UK Credits: 15
US Credits : 0/6/3
Syllabus: Download
DA 3358
Contemporary Dance IV - Level 5
Focus on Release-based technique. The level is intermediate/advanced. Emphasis on fluidity of movement form. Engagement with changes of weight and motion through planes. Relation between movement led by joints/skeleton and muscle/tissue.
Prerequisites: DA 2050 DA 2151 DA 3255 or by permission of instructor
UK Credits: 15
US Credits : 0/6/3
Syllabus: Download
DA 3362
Choreography as a Collaborative Practice - Level 5
Group forms and collaborative practices in choreography. Choreography as an aesthetic practice of interactions, relationships, constellations in motion. The choreographer as an agent of change within a performative environment.
Prerequisites: DA 2256 DA 2050 DA 2018
UK Credits: 15
US Credits : 3/0/3
Syllabus: Download
DA 4066
Dance and Music In Collaboration - Level 6
Practical and theoretical course exploring the collaborative dialogues between dance and music. Examples of dance/music/collaborations including the socio-cultural context in which they emerged will be discussed as case studies to support studio investigations.
Prerequisites:
UK Credits: 15
US Credits : 3/0/3
Syllabus: Download
DA 4069
Physical Theatres - Level 6
Physical Theatre, its methods and main practitioners. Historical and critical contexts that gave rise to the form and situates it in the interstice between dance and dramatic theatre, circus and performance. Comparative analysis of the work of key practitioners within a socio-cultural context.
Prerequisites:
UK Credits: 15
US Credits : 3/0/3
Syllabus: Download
DA 4072
Dance On Screen - Level 6
Strategies and tools for creating dance for the screen, a form of dance that only exists on virtual/screen form. Exploration of various methodologies for documenting, evaluating and presenting a dance film and how it differs from film/video documentation of a stage event.
Prerequisites:
UK Credits: 15
US Credits : 1/4/3
Syllabus: Download
DA 4463
Contemporary Dance V - Level 6
Advanced technique training in contemporary dance. Health, safety, nutritional/dietary concerns and injury prevention.
Prerequisites: DA 2050 DA 2151 DA 3255 DA 3358 Or by permission of instructor
UK Credits: 15
US Credits : 0/6/3
Syllabus: Download
DA 4467
Dance Pedagogy and Social Development - Level 6
Dance pedagogy methods and concepts. Planning, management of the 'real time' dynamics of a class. Principles of the learning-teaching dynamic. Facilitation of dance activity in community settings. Facilitation of dance projects for under-served communities. Involving target participants in project planning.
Prerequisites: DA 3159 DR 3344 WP 1010 WP 1111
UK Credits: 15
US Credits : 3/0/3
Syllabus: Download
DA 4534
Contemporary Repertory - Level 6
Intensive rehearsal and performance experience of repertory to be performed in a public context. Students work as a repertory dance company.
UK Credits: 15
US Credits : 0/6/3
Syllabus: Download
DA 4564
Advanced Contemporary Dance - Level 6
Pre-professional level technique class, modelled on industry standards and expectations. Preparation to entry into the profession. Preparing for auditions. Health, safety and nutritional/dietary concerns and injury prevention.
Prerequisites: DA 2050 DA 2151 DA 3255 DA 3358 DA 4463 Or by permission of instructor
UK Credits: 15
US Credits : 0/6/3
Syllabus: Download
DA 4565
Advanced Choreography - Level 6
Self-directed mode of choreographic work with tutor and peer support. Students create an extended piece of choreography in order to build on, consolidate and elaborate knowledge and skills gained throughout the choreography courses. The work will be developed with mentor support to performance level in showcase conditions. Preparation to professional practice.
UK Credits: 15
US Credits : 2/2/3
Syllabus: Download
DA 4668
Final Year Project (Capstone) - Level 6
Students design, manage and complete an independent research project. The project can be fully theoretical or combine aspects of theory and practice. Opportunity to explore the ideas behind the concept of practice-based research.
UK Credits: 15
US Credits : 1/4/3
Syllabus: Download
DR 2003
LE The Making of Theater
The main elements of theater and how they come together to create a performance. Key practitioners and their work. Theater as a reflection of diverse socio-historical contexts. Key terms use to discuss theatrical productions.
Prerequisites:
UK Credits:
US Credits : 3/0/3
Syllabus: Download
DR 2010
Movement for the Stage - Level 4
An understanding of movement and its main elements in relation to performance and space, as well as its effect on establishing and supporting a work’s dramaturgy.
Prerequisites:
UK Credits: 15
US Credits : 3/0/3
Syllabus: Download
DR 2012
Introduction to the Craft of Acting– Level 4
The study of Stanislavski’s technique- a fundamental acting method form a theoretical as well as a practical viewpoint.
Prerequisites:
UK Credits: 15
US Credits : 3/0/3
Syllabus: Download
DR 2015
Voice and Speech I - Level 4
The voice as a principal means of communication in performance as well as in everyday life. A skill – based, integrated approach to speech training. A deeper and individualized understanding of the body’s function in voice production.
Prerequisites:
UK Credits: 15
US Credits : 3/0/3
Syllabus: Download
DR 2022
LE Theater, Games, Creativity
Techniques and practices of creative drama. Exploration of how Theater games, play and improvisation can be applied to non-performance purposes including self-expression, social engagement, community bonding and conflict resolution.
Prerequisites:
UK Credits:
US Credits : 3/0/3
Syllabus: Download
DR 2032
Introduction to Theatre Production - Level 4
An introduction to the collaborative process of creating a theatrical production, by examining the role of producer, playwright, director, actor, designer and stage manager.
Prerequisites:
UK Credits: 15
US Credits : 3/0/3
Syllabus: Download
DR 2033
LE Athens Theatre Festivals “Then and Now”
The course explores the framework and the conditions within which Greek theatre evolved and continues to evolve in an ever-changing world by examining and comparing the Athens Theatre Festivals of the Classical and contemporary societies.
Prerequisites:
UK Credits:
US Credits : 3/0/3
Syllabus: Download
DR 2111
The Space of Performance - Level 4
Elements of theatre and performance space and design in a historical, cultural, political, social and technological context, through theory and workshops. Introduction to design and practical skills required of the contemporary scenographer.
Prerequisites: WP 1010
UK Credits: 15
US Credits : 3/0/3
Syllabus: Download
DR 2126
Performance in Athens - Level 4
Trends in national and international theatre encountered through attendance of performances taking place in Athens. Students discuss and analyse performances in the class.
Prerequisites: WP 1010
UK Credits: 15
US Credits : 3/0/3
Syllabus: Download
DR 2220
The Theatrical Event - Level 4
A historiographical perspective of theatre history. Study of major concepts, trends and practitioners that have defined the nature of theatre through the ages.
Prerequisites: WP 1010 WP 1111
UK Credits: 15
US Credits : 3/0/3
Syllabus: Download
DR 2336
Introduction to Performance – Level 4
Introduction to Performance and Performance Studies. Through interdisciplinary approach, students acquire knowledge in performance as an art form, and as a method of inquiry.
Prerequisites: WP 1010 WP 1111 WP 1212
UK Credits: 15
US Credits : 3/0/3
Syllabus: Download
DR 3116
Voice and Speech II - Level 5
The emotional complexities of a dramatic character found within the human voice. How to speak a demanding role without losing breath or diction and being flexible enough to respond to impulses and transform to character.
Prerequisites: DR 2015
UK Credits: 15
US Credits : 3/0/3
Syllabus: Download
DR 3118
Stage Lighting - Level 5
Principles of lighting design. From vocabulary to technology to techniques. Issues of aesthetics and style. Design and practical realization of a lighting design.
Prerequisites: DR 2032
UK Credits: 15
US Credits : 2/2/3
Syllabus: Download
DR 3140
Acting The Scene - Level 5
Developing a character from a theatrical play. Scene work.
Prerequisites: DR 2012
UK Credits: 15
US Credits : 3/0/3
Syllabus: Download
DR 3142
Improvisation for Acting – Level 5
Exploring psychophysical behavior on stage by training the senses, the body and the mind to engage with the enhanced reality of the imaginary.
Prerequisites: DR 2012
UK Credits: 15
US Credits : 3/0/3
Syllabus: Download
DR 3201
Movement for the Performer – Level 5
Study of the use of the fundamental components of movement in performance.
Prerequisites: DR 2010 DR 2012
UK Credits: 15
US Credits : 3/0/3
Syllabus: Download
DR 3243
Portfolio Design – Level 5
Portfolio design with an integrated approach to print, digital, and video. An organized collection of relevant documents and artifacts that showcases talents, most relevant skills, and charts the student’s growth.
Prerequisites: WP 1010 CS 1070
UK Credits: 15
US Credits : 3/0/3
Syllabus: Download
DR 3246
Performance as a Political and Social Act - Level 5
Performance Art and its social and political connotation. Recent histories of civil disobedience, political protest strategies, and media theatre are examined.
Prerequisites: WP 1010 WP 1111 DR 2336
UK Credits: 15
US Credits : 3/0/3
Syllabus: Download
DR 3327
The Scenographic Space of Performance - Level 5
The course examines the history, practice and key developments of 20th and 21st century scenography, while charting and identifying key scenographic theories and approaches. Development of skills required of the scenographer, including 3D modelling and portfolio.
Prerequisites: DR 2111 WP 1010 WP 1111
UK Credits: 15
US Credits : 2/2/3
Syllabus: Download
DR 3328
The Directing Process - Level 5
Introduction to theatre Directing. Main principles and responsibilities. Students direct short scenes within a theatrical space.
Prerequisites: WP 1010 WP 1111 WP 1212
UK Credits: 15
US Credits : 3/0/3
Syllabus: Download
DR 3339
Dramaturgy - Level 5
The course examines the meaning, structure and articulation of dramatic action, character and performance through various readings, discussions, examples and viewings. The most important theatrical theories, articulated through the ages, are examined. Survey of the social-cultural milieu of each period in relation to the playwrights’ era, the audience and the aesthetic form.
Prerequisites: WP 1010 WP 1111 WP 1212
UK Credits: 15
US Credits : 3/0/3
Syllabus: Download
DR 3344
Re-Reading Ancient Tragedy and the American Drama – Level 5
Examination and analysis of contemporary American playwrights who have used themes from ancient Greek tragedies. Study of fundamental questions on adaptation, appropriation and discovery of the strong links that bind American drama to ancient Greece.
Prerequisites: WP 1010 WP 1111 WP 1212
UK Credits: 15
US Credits : 3/0/3
Syllabus: Download
DR 3962
Collaborative Performance Practice – Level 5
Exploration of various theatre and performance practices, with a particular focus on collaborative performance making.
UK Credits: 15
US Credits : 3/0/3
Syllabus: Download
DR 4148
Musicality in Performance – Level 6
Musicality as an essential tool for today’s performer. An interdisciplinary approach built on the study of basic musical concepts and forms in the working process of both devised and text-based performance making.
Prerequisites: DR 2015
UK Credits: 15
US Credits : 3/0/3
Syllabus: Download
DR 4241
Advanced Acting - Level 6
Further development of the actor’s craft in approaching a character and rehearsing effectively.
Prerequisites: DR 2012 DR 3140
UK Credits: 15
US Credits : 3/0/3
Syllabus: Download
DR 4330
Costume Design - Level 6
The evolution of costume in a historical and cultural context. Students acquire basic skills in designing costumes for a given production in workshop sessions.
Prerequisites: WP 1010 WP 1111 WP 1212
UK Credits: 15
US Credits : 3/0/3
Syllabus: Download
DR 4349
Performing Objects: Materiality, Imagination and Performance – Level 6
The practice of working with the materiality of performing objects. Study of different approaches that place emphasis upon the physical interaction of the performer with objects where these categories morph into one another.
Prerequisites: DR 2010 DR 2012 DR 3101
UK Credits: 15
US Credits : 3/0/3
Syllabus: Download
DR 4351
Physical Play and Devising – Level 6
Study of different approaches that place emphasis upon the physical playing of the performer within the context of devised performance.
Prerequisites: DR 2010 DR 2012 DR 3101
UK Credits: 15
US Credits : 3/0/3
Syllabus: Download
DR 4352
The Human Face in the Arts – Level 6
History, practice and key developments of the concept of the human face in theatre, performance and the visual arts in a historical, cultural, political and social context, through theory and workshops.
Prerequisites: WP 1010 WP 1111 WP 1212
UK Credits: 15
US Credits : 3/0/3
Syllabus: Download
DR 4423
Critical Practices And Contemporary Performance - Level 6
The course examines contemporary performance practices, key practitioners’ theories of performance, drawing on a variety of approaches to illuminate the complex meanings generated by and through performance practice in societal contexts.
Prerequisites: WP 1010 WP 1111 WP 1212 DR 3246
UK Credits: 15
US Credits : 3/0/3
Syllabus: Download
DR 4429
Advanced Directing - Level 6
Advanced study of theatre directing. Students apply staging techniques and directing theories in order to materialize either a theatrical text or a concept.
Prerequisites: WP 1010 WP 1111 WP 1212 DR 3228
UK Credits: 15
US Credits : 3/0/3
Syllabus: Download
DR 4454
Creative Producing – Level 6
The skills needed to become a successful creative producer in the contemporary performing arts industry combining marketable trends with artistic vision.
Prerequisites: WP 1010 WP 1111 WP 1212 DR 2032
UK Credits: 15
US Credits : 3/0/3
Syllabus: Download
DR 4455
Digital Performance – Level 5
The practice of working with tools, techniques, and concepts behind the production of digital Performance. Application of digital media technologies including operating systems, hardware, software, and multimedia design. Investigation of media interfaces and internet protocols between theatre, performance and digital arts.
Prerequisites: WP 1010 WP 1111 WP 1212 CS 1070 or ITC 1070
UK Credits: 15
US Credits : 3/0/3
Syllabus: Download
DR 4521
Classical Traditions In Contemporary Contexts – Level 6
Analytical study of Classical theatre traditions in contemporary performance practices. Issues of adaptation across socio-cultural milieu, aesthetics and language.
UK Credits: 15
US Credits : 3/0/3
Syllabus: Download
DR 4570
New Spatialities: Contemporary Performance and Public / Outdoor Space – Level 6
The course examines the quest of contemporary performance practices for new spatialities shaped by diverse negotiations and the dynamics of the outdoor/public space. The course offers the opportunity for students to design, manage and complete an independent practice research project.
UK Credits: 15
US Credits : 3/0/3
Syllabus: Download
DR 4819
Senior Production Practicum – Level 6
Advanced performance making. Applying methodologies in the various professional strands to complete a theatre production.
UK Credits: 15
US Credits : 3/0/3
Syllabus: Download
EAP 1000
Fundamentals of Academic English
This course equips students with upper intermediate-level English language skills appropriate to a college context. Students practice the fundamentals of paragraph and essay development and acquire the reading, listening and speaking skills to prepare them for EAP 1001-level texts (C1 level on the CEFR).
This course is offered for non-graduation credit.
Prerequisites:
UK Credits:
US Credits : 12/0/9
Syllabus: Download
EAP 1001
English For Academic Purposes I
This course focuses on developing student ability to use English in a college setting. It refines students' writing and reading skills; improves their ability to understand spoken language and delivering an oral presentation in a college setting; develops their ability to express themselves at an effective operational level of proficiency.
This course is offered for non-graduation credit.
Prerequisites:
UK Credits:
US Credits : 9/0/6
Syllabus: Download
EAP 1002
English for Academic Purposes II
This course aims to develop students' English language proficiency in a college context. The main emphasis is on improving students' skills and confidence in using English for such purposes as: reading and writing college-level texts; understanding spoken language and delivering an oral presentation in a college setting; expressing oneself at a high level of proficiency.
This course is offered for non-graduation credit.
Prerequisites:
UK Credits:
US Credits : 5/2.5/6
Syllabus: Download
EC 1000
Principles of Microeconomics - Level 4
Introduction to economics and the economy. Product markets, elasticity, and consumer theory. Costs, production and the theory of the firm. Pricing and output determination in various market structures.
Prerequisites:
UK Credits: 15
US Credits : 3/0/3
Syllabus: Download
EC 1003
LE Economics of Everyday Life
Key economic principles and basic business operations in a free market society. Essential economics for citizens and consumers. Basic quantitative skills needed for managing one's personal finances, and for interpreting economic developments in a way that will allow one to make informed decisions as a citizen.
Prerequisites:
UK Credits:
US Credits : 3/0/3
Syllabus: Download
EC 1101
LE Principles of Macroeconomics - Level 4
National income accounting, economic growth, taxation, business cycles, unemployment, inflation, deficit and debt. Aggregate expenditures and the Aggregate Supply/Aggregate Demand model. Countercyclical fiscal and monetary policy. The banking system and the money supply.
Prerequisites: EC 1000
UK Credits: 15
US Credits : 3/0/3
Syllabus: Download
EC 2011
Economic History of Europe - Level 4
Economic development of Europe from the early Middle Ages to the early 20th century. Emergence of institutions attempting to solve problems associated with allocation of scarce resources. The relationship between economic events and cultural, political, social, religious and demographic trends and between economic events and economic thought.
Prerequisites:
UK Credits: 15
US Credits : 3/0/3
Syllabus: Download
EC 2350
Mathematical Techniques in Economics - Level 4
Use of economic models. Equilibrium analysis. Matrices. Derivatives. Exponential and Logarithmic functions. Optimization problems. Integration. Dynamic analysis. Mathematical programming.
Prerequisites: EC 1000 MA 1008 MA 2105
UK Credits: 15
US Credits : 3/0/3
Syllabus: Download
EC 3046
Investment Analysis and Management I - Level 5
(same as FN 3046)
Investment theory and practice including risk and return, asset allocation and diversification. Analytical techniques for investment planning and selection in the environment in which investment decisions are made.
Prerequisites:
UK Credits: 15
US Credits : 3/0/3
Syllabus: Download
EC 3134
Environmental and Resource Economics - Level 5
Market activity and the environment. Pollution as an externality. Environmental regulatory approaches: theory and practice. Benefit estimation procedures. Resource management.
Prerequisites: EC 1000
UK Credits: 15
US Credits : 3/0/3
Syllabus: Download
EC 3219
International Finance - Level 5
(same as FN 3219)
Theoretical framework, quantitative tools and practical issues that are critical in international financial management. Global financial environment and monetary system, exchange rate determination, parity conditions, foreign exchange risk, foreign exchange risk management.
Students cannot take both EC/FN 3219 International Finance /EC 4365 International Monetary Economics.
Prerequisites: EC 1000 EC 1101
UK Credits: 15
US Credits : 3/0/3
Syllabus: Download
EC 3225
Real Estate Economics - Level 5
Real estate in the wider economy; the housing wealth effect. Supply & Demand. Real estate as investment; property valuation, the cap rate and its cycle. The development process. Real estate market equilibrium as a capital stock adjustment. Housing finance. Bid-rent (bid-price) curves and land-use patterns. Real estate price bubbles. Real estate price indices.
Prerequisites: EC 1000 EC 1101
UK Credits: 15
US Credits : 3/0/3
Syllabus: Download
EC 3226
Credit and Lending - Level 5
Loan safety, loan purpose, impact of lending on bank profitability. Financial analysis of prospective borrowers. Credit analysis. Types of lending and problem loan management.
Prerequisites: EC 1000 EC 1101
UK Credits: 15
US Credits : 3/0/3
Syllabus: Download
EC 3227
Maritime Economics - Level 5
The economics of sea transport and related markets. Shipping & ship demand & supply, economies of scale, shipping cycles, ship & shipyard productivity, shipyard subsidisation, return on shipping investment, evolution of fleet costs as more ships are activated, shipping risk & FFAs, bulk carriers vs. specialised ships, marginal cost pricing, fast vs. slow steaming.
Prerequisites: EC 1000 MA 1008
UK Credits: 15
US Credits : 3/0/3
Syllabus: Download
EC 3232
Economics of European Union - Level 5
The political and institutional framework of the European Union. The Union's agricultural, industrial, social, monetary and regional policy. Theory and practice of economic integration.
Prerequisites: EC 1000 EC 1101
UK Credits: 15
US Credits : 3/0/3
Syllabus: Download
EC 3240
Money and Banking - Level 5
(same as AF 3240)
The nature and role of money. Scope and functioning of the finance system. Financial markets and interest rates. Financial institutions, bank management, and regulation. The money supply process and monetary policy.
Prerequisites: EC 1000 EC 1101
UK Credits: 15
US Credits : 3/0/3
Syllabus: Download
EC 3270
Managerial Economics - Level 5
Basic microanalysis for consumer and business decision making. Production; technology and costs. Price and output determination in different market structures. Pricing with market power. Evaluation of government policies.
Prerequisites: EC 1000 EC 1101
UK Credits: 15
US Credits : 3/0/3
Syllabus: Download
EC 3271
Macroeconomic Theory and Policy - Level 5
Measurement and analysis of national income. The basic goods market macroeconomic model. The role of money. The IS-LM and AD-AS model. Fiscal and monetary policies. Unemployment. Financial Crisis.
Prerequisites: EC 1000 EC 1101
UK Credits: 15
US Credits : 3/0/3
Syllabus: Download
EC 3324
Insurance - Level 5
Insurance principles. Risk management. Adverse selection & moral hazard. Analysis of insurance contracts. Life & non-life insurance. Insurance company functions & operations. Buying insurance. Re-insurance. Determinants of insurance demand and supply. Insurance distribution. The agency network. The life insurance market globally and in Greece. Bancassurance.
Prerequisites: EC 1000 MA 1008 MA 2021
UK Credits: 15
US Credits : 3/0/3
Syllabus: Download
EC 3342
Public Finance - Level 5
The role of the public sector in a mixed economy. Description and analysis of the three main functions of government: allocation, distribution and stabilization. The government budget and efficiency in taxation and government spending. Project evaluation. Public goods. Fiscal Policy.
Prerequisites: EC 1000 EC 1101 EC 3270
UK Credits: 15
US Credits : 3/0/3
Syllabus: Download
EC 3362
Labor Economics - Level 5
Demand for and supply of labor; wage determination and labor market equilibrium. Emphasis on value of life, labor mobility causes and effects, incentive pay. Efficiency wages, human capital, unemployment and the impact of minimum wage, AI and robotics on it. Labor market institutions.
Prerequisites: EC 1000 EC 1101 EC 3270
UK Credits: 15
US Credits : 3/0/3
Syllabus: Download
EC 3473
Selected Topics in Microeconomic Theory - Level 5
Labor supply. Economics of time and uncertainty. General equilibrium and welfare economics. Game theory. Asymmetric information. Externalities and public goods.
Prerequisites: EC 1000 EC 1101 MA 1008 MA 2105
UK Credits: 15
US Credits : 3/0/3
Syllabus: Download
EC 3474
Advanced Macroeconomics - Level 5
Economic growth. Expectations and macroeconomic policy in the short and the long run. The relationship between unemployment and inflation. Consumption and investment theory. Balance of payments, exchange rates and macroeconomic policy in an open economy.
Prerequisites: EC 1000 EC 1101 MA 1008 MA 2105
UK Credits: 15
US Credits : 3/0/3
Syllabus: Download
EC 3536
Econometrics I - Level 5
Data categories, databases, applications of descriptive and inferential statistics in economics. Model building and use in economics. Model estimation.
UK Credits: 15
US Credits : 3/1/3
Syllabus: Download
EC 4004
Social Economy and Entrepreneurship - Level 6
(same as FN 4004)
The civil society and provision of public goods by the private sector. Types of social financial services and pertinent risk, return, and social impact.
Prerequisites:
UK Credits: 15
US Credits : 3/0/3
Syllabus: Download
EC 4007
Sustainable Finance and Investing - Level 6
(same as FN 4007)
Economic and financial aspects of sustainability. Sustainable financial products and markets. Sustainable investments, effective financial valuation and effective risk assessment.
Prerequisites:
UK Credits: 15
US Credits : 3/0/3
Syllabus: Download
EC 4009
Behavioural Economics and Finance - Level 6
(same as FN 4009)
The impact of cognitive biases, bounded rationality, framing, heuristics, and emotions on decision-making processes on everyday life and on financial markets. Divergence from the Homo Economicus archetype and explanation of market “anomalies”.
Prerequisites:
UK Credits: 15
US Credits : 3/0/3
Syllabus: Download
EC 4010
History of Economic Thought - Level 6
The development of economic ideas from the Commercial Revolution to the 20th century. The origins of modern economic theory. Economics in the context of history, philosophy, politics, and culture.
Prerequisites:
UK Credits: 15
US Credits : 3/0/3
Syllabus: Download
EC 4020
Economic Development and Sustainability - Level 6
Theories of economic development. Domestic problems and policies. The trade policy debate. Transnationals and the transfer of technology. Sustainable economic development and challenges.
Prerequisites:
UK Credits: 15
US Credits : 3/0/3
Syllabus: Download
EC 4021
Economic Development of Modern Greece - Level 6
The Greek economy from 1949 to the present. Accession to the EEC and Eurozone membership. Economic performance, challenges, crises, and stabilization policies.
Prerequisites:
UK Credits: 15
US Credits : 3/0/3
Syllabus: Download
EC 4044
Fundamentals of Trading
(same as FN 4044)
Introduction to the art and science of trading. Trading room structure and market participants. Trading behavior and risk management. Intermarket competition, regulation and information technology innovation in trading. Computer trading simulations.
Prerequisites:
UK Credits:
US Credits : 3/1.5/3
Syllabus: Download
EC 4045
Fintech - Level 6
(same as FN 4045)
Fintech and transformation of financial services. Financial innovation, cryptocurrencies and Blockchain. Fintech regulation and implications for the financial sector and the economy
Prerequisites:
UK Credits: 15
US Credits : 3/0/3
Syllabus: Download
EC 4047
Equity Trading
(same as FN 4047)
Comprehensive, in-depth foundation learning in the trading of stocks. Equity products, market structure, venues and participants. Investment and execution strategies, stock portfolio formation. Real cases and market events. Technical analysis, equity market dynamics, ethics and risk management.
Prerequisites:
UK Credits:
US Credits : 3/1.5/3
Syllabus: Download
EC 4049
Foreign Exchange Trading
(same as FN 4049)
Real time trading in foreign exchange with closed group dealing system. Trading behavior and risk management. Inter-market competition. Use of foreign exchange forwards and cross-currency swaps. Technical analysis and impact of fundamentals upon foreign exchange trading.
Prerequisites:
UK Credits:
US Credits : 3/1.5/3
Syllabus: Download
EC 4066
Economic Methodology - Level 6
Debates about method in economics. The development of a methodological consensus and its critics. Prescriptive and descriptive rational reconstructions of methodological theory and practice in economics. Credibility criteria and the post-modernist critique of positive economics. Alternative and heterodox economics.
Prerequisites:
UK Credits: 15
US Credits : 3/0/3
Syllabus: Download
EC 4090
Internship in Economics
Experiential learning in companies related to the industry. Students gain on-the job experience and training as they learn to apply knowledge gained in the classroom to real life professional situations.
Prerequisites: Normally the student will have completed 70 credits before embarking on this module. Formal approval by the Department Head / Program Coordinator / Internship Administrator (as appropriate) is required.
UK Credits:
US Credits : 3/0/3
Syllabus: Download
EC 4129
Investment Analysis and Management II - Level 6
(same as FN 4129)
Portfolio theory and the process of portfolio management: establishing objectives, industry and company analysis, constructing and managing a portfolio, measuring and evaluating portfolio performance.
Prerequisites: EC 3046
UK Credits: 15
US Credits : 3/0/3
Syllabus: Download
EC 4150
Fixed Income Trading
(same as FN 4150)
Trading fixed income securities and interest rate derivatives. Characteristics, pricing and electronic trading of a variety of fixed income securities. Bond futures, swaps, credit derivatives. Interest rate related derivatives and their use in reducing risk exposure and enhancing the yields of fixed income portfolios.
Prerequisites: Any one trading course
UK Credits:
US Credits : 3/1.5/3
Syllabus: Download
EC 4157
Derivatives Trading
(same as FN 4157)
Characteristics, pricing and electronic trading of a variety of financial derivative securities. Mechanics of derivatives markets. Types and uses of futures, forwards, options, swaps and non-standard derivatives. Combinations and strategies.
Prerequisites: Any one trading course.
UK Credits:
US Credits : 3/1.5/3
Syllabus: Download
EC 4331
International Trade - Level 6
The theory of international trade and commercial policy: static and dynamic analysis of trade patterns with traditional and new models of international trade; welfare gains from trade; instruments of trade policy and their impact on national and international welfare; economic integration.
Prerequisites: EC 1000 EC 1101 EC 3270
UK Credits: 15
US Credits : 3/0/3
Syllabus: Download
EC 4345
Monetary Theory and Policy - Level 6
Theories of the role of money in economic activity. Monetarism vs. Keynesianism. Money and economic growth. Inflation. Monetary policy goals, targets, and tools. Efficacy and shortcomings. Alternative monetary policies.
Prerequisites: EC 1000 EC 1101 EC 3271
UK Credits: 15
US Credits : 3/0/3
Syllabus: Download
EC 4365
International Monetary Economics - Level 6
Major policy issues in international finance with emphasis on open economy macroeconomics. Topics include the balance of payments and the foreign exchange market; monetary and fiscal policy in open economies; the floating exchange rate system and exchange rate determination; international parity conditions; international financial crises.
Students cannot take both FN 3219 International Finance /EC 4365 International Monetary Economics
Prerequisites: EC 1000 EC 1101 EC 3271
UK Credits: 15
US Credits : 3/0/3
Syllabus: Download
EC 4430
Financial Derivatives - Level 6
(same as FN 4430)
The analytics of financial derivatives and risk management. Pricing and valuation of forwards, futures, swaps, options, and credit derivatives, and their use in managing risk.
Prerequisites: EC 3046 MA 1008 MA 2105 MA 2021
UK Credits: 15
US Credits : 3/0/3
Syllabus: Download
EC 4467
Economics Of Conflict And Security - Level 6
Theoretical Background The demand for military expenditures. Costs versus benefits of defense expenditure. Procurement theories, evidence and policies. The European defense industry, the Greek defense industry. The impact of the defense burden on the Greek economy. Non-conventional conflict: Terrorism and maritime Piracy.
Prerequisites: EC 1000 EC 1101 EC 3270 EC 3473
UK Credits: 15
US Credits : 3/0/3
Syllabus: Download
EC 4653
Econometrics II - Level 6
Econometric methods and applications in economics. Multivariate models and their methods of estimation, panel data regression, and binary/categorical dependent variables.
UK Credits: 15
US Credits : 3/1/3
Syllabus: Download
EC 4980
Dissertation in Economics - Level 6
An independent piece of work on a theme aligned with the focus of the economics programme. Each student works directly with a faculty supervisor.
UK Credits: 30
US Credits : 6/0/6
Syllabus: Download
EN 1078
LE Beyond Fear: Representations of Terror in Western Culture
This course explores literary and artistic representations of terror, as a concept, phenomenon and theme, with a special emphasis on contemporary constructions of horror, fear, and shock.
Prerequisites:
UK Credits:
US Credits : 3/0/3
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EN 1081
LE Cavafy In Digital Spaces
This course looks into the refashioning of Cavafy’s poetry in the age of digital connectivity. By taking a hands-on approach to the poet’s work vis-à-vis its current uses on social media platforms (Twitter, Facebook, Instagram) and online journalism, this class explores how the reception and meaning of Cavafy’s poetry changes through digital practices.
Prerequisites:
UK Credits:
US Credits : 3/0/3
Syllabus: Download
EN 1082
LE The Ailing Body: Disease In Literature And Culture
This course examines the ways in which the ailing body has been constructed, perceived and represented in literature and culture from the 19th-century to the present.
Prerequisites:
UK Credits:
US Credits : 3/0/3
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EN 2079
Citizen on the Stage
This course explores Citizenship through the lens of drama; selection of plays from the ancient to the contemporary stage.
Prerequisites:
UK Credits:
US Credits : 3/0/3
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EN 2102
Phonetics And Phonology of English - Level 4
This course focuses on the distribution, production and perception of sounds and sound-patterns of English and other languages, the identification and description of sounds and their variants and the examination of larger units of speech of English– the syllable, rhythm, accent, stress and intonation patterns.
Prerequisites: WP 1010
UK Credits: 15
US Credits : 3/0/3
Syllabus: Download
EN 2103
Morphology - Level 4
An overview of the internal structure of word-forms. This course is useful for anyone who wishes to gain an insight into the nature of word formation.
Prerequisites: WP 1010
UK Credits: 15
US Credits : 3/0/3
Syllabus: Download
EN 2113
Understanding English Grammar - Level 4
The course provides a study of concepts and categories of English grammar through the investigation of sentence structure.
Prerequisites: WP 1010
UK Credits: 15
US Credits : 3/0/3
Syllabus: Download
EN 2216
LE Introduction to Language - Level 4
A descriptive account of human language as a linguistic system with well-defined components; exploration of its primary function in society as a communication tool as well as of its biological foundation; and familiarisation with terminology needed to describe the various language phenomena.
Prerequisites: WP 1010 WP 1111
UK Credits: 15
US Credits : 3/0/3
Syllabus: Download
EN 2218
LE Texts and Contexts - Level 4
Selection of texts from a variety of genres with a focus on one theme or topic placed in context. Close reading of texts, with emphasis on the ways in which language constructs ideological perspectives and identities.
Prerequisites: WP 1010 WP 1111
UK Credits: 15
US Credits : 3/0/3
Syllabus: Download
EN 2220
Exploring Traditions in English Literature I - Level 4
Development of textual and contextual understanding of traditions in English literature through the study of representative authors and texts selected from the fourteenth to the eighteenth centuries (that is, from Chaucer to Jonathan Swift).
Prerequisites: WP 1010 WP 1111
UK Credits: 15
US Credits : 3/0/3
Syllabus: Download
EN 2222
The Making of America: American Literature to 1865 - Level 4
The course offers exposure to a range of texts from the Colonial to the Romantic era, with emphasis on how these texts contributed to conceptions of “America”.
Prerequisites: WP 1010 WP 1111
UK Credits: 15
US Credits : 3/0/3
Syllabus: Download
EN 2244
Perspectives on Drama
A theme-based approach to drama, with emphasis on the ways in which cultural and theoretical contexts shape literary techniques and performance traditions.
Prerequisites: WP 1010 WP 1111
UK Credits:
US Credits : 3/0/3
Syllabus: Download
EN 2263
Understanding Literature - Level 4
Selection of texts from literature in English representing the genres of short fiction, poetry, and drama. Focus on literary elements and variations in form among genres. Emphasis on analysis and interpretation of literary texts.
Prerequisites: WP 1010 coreq: WP 1111
UK Credits: 15
US Credits : 3/0/3
Syllabus: Download
EN 2271
Creative Writing - Level 4
Techniques and concepts relevant to the production of creative work in various genres. Development of aesthetic and technical skills related to structure, point-of-view, form, characterization, dialogue, tone, and reader awareness. Development of portfolio of closely edited creative work.
Prerequisites: WP 1010 WP 1111
UK Credits: 15
US Credits : 3/0/3
Syllabus: Download
EN 2340
Introduction to Fiction
Detailed study of the short story and its evolution. Works by European, English, and American writers.
Prerequisites: WP 1010 WP 1111 WP 1212
UK Credits:
US Credits : 3/0/3
Syllabus: Download
EN 2348
Introduction to Poetry
Close analysis of a wide range of English and American poets and poems from all periods, with a concentration on various aesthetic and thematic aspects of the genre.
Prerequisites: WP 1010 WP 1111 WP 1212
UK Credits:
US Credits : 3/0/3
Syllabus: Download
EN 3304
Sociolinguistics - Level 5
The course examines how speakers use language to express their social and cultural identity, the relationship between language and social factors (e.g., gender, age, social class), but also issues such as multilingualism, language attitudes, language policies and language change.
Prerequisites: WP 1010 WP 1111 EN 2216
UK Credits: 15
US Credits : 3/0/3
Syllabus: Download
EN 3306
Issues in Syntax - Level 5
Introduction to key issues of syntactic description of English and syntactic theory and argumentation through analysis of natural language data, testing of hypotheses and evaluation of results.
Prerequisites: WP 1010 WP 1111 EN 2113
UK Credits: 15
US Credits : 3/0/3
Syllabus: Download
EN 3317
Fundamentals of Second Language Learning - Level 5
Comprehensive and critical analysis of the theoretical foundations, principles and strategies of second language learning. This course is useful for anyone who may be considering teaching languages as a second language/foreign language.
Prerequisites: WP 1010 WP 1111 EN 2216
UK Credits: 15
US Credits : 3/0/3
Syllabus: Download
EN 3321
Exploring Traditions in English Literature II - Level 5
Development of contextual understanding of texts and concepts in English literature from the emergence of Romanticism to the Modernist movement. Analysis of a range of major authors and works within their cultural and philosophical contexts.
Prerequisites: WP 1010 WP 1111 WP 1212
UK Credits: 15
US Credits : 3/0/3
Syllabus: Download
EN 3323
(Re)Writing America: from Realism to Modernism - Level 5
Development of contextual understanding of American literature and culture from the Realists to the Modernists, with emphasis on the 'revisioning' or rewriting of American national and cultural identities by various authors.
Prerequisites: WP 1010 WP 1111 WP 1212
UK Credits: 15
US Credits : 3/0/3
Syllabus: Download
EN 3357
Realism in 19th and 20th-Century Theatre - Level 5
Study of major texts representative of dramatic realism from the last decades of the nineteenth century to the mid-twentieth century. Emphasis on dramatic innovation and on the development of modern drama.
Prerequisites: WP 1010 WP 1111 WP 1212
UK Credits: 15
US Credits : 3/0/3
Syllabus: Download
EN 3358
Trends in Contemporary Theater - Level 5
Study of major contemporary playwrights from around the globe with emphasis on their innovative dramatic techniques and perspectives. Plays are analyzed to probe the literary, aesthetic, and performative issues raised on the contemporary stage.
Prerequisites: WP 1010 WP 1111 WP 1212
UK Credits: 15
US Credits : 3/0/3
Syllabus: Download
EN 3362
Perspectives on Language - Level 5
Critical exploration of a topic related to the field of Applied/Theoretical Linguistics. Issues explored may relate to contemporary debates and trends related to language learning, language acquisition, pedagogy, historical linguistics, intercultural pragmatics, translation, or systems of language.
Prerequisites: WP 1010 WP 1111 EN 2216
UK Credits: 15
US Credits : 3/0/3
Syllabus: Download
EN 3365
Semantics and Pragmatics - Level 5
A study of word, sentence and utterance (contextualized) meaning. The course introduces significant notions and theories for the field of semantics and pragmatics and examines the semantics/pragmatics interface. It enhances understanding of how human communication takes place.
Prerequisites: WP 1010 WP 1111 EN 2216
UK Credits: 15
US Credits : 3/0/3
Syllabus: Download
EN 3366
Traditions in the British Novel - Level 5
Study of the development of British fiction through nineteenth and twentieth century novels representative of different traditions in narrative modes.
Prerequisites: WP 1010 WP 1111 WP 1212
UK Credits: 15
US Credits : 3/0/3
Syllabus: Download
EN 3367
The American Experience in Fiction - Level 5
The course focuses on the ways in which representative American novels dramatize the American experience. Emphasis is placed on the historical contexts of the literary works, as well as on the social and material conditions that affect the production of narrative as cultural myth.
Prerequisites: WP 1010 WP 1111 WP 1212
UK Credits: 15
US Credits : 3/0/3
Syllabus: Download
EN 3370
Voices in Contemporary American Literature - Level 5
A study of contemporary American poetry, fiction, and drama with emphasis on the ways in which pluralism in American literature contests the official American narratives and reveals the complex interrelations of race, gender, ethnicity, and nationhood.
Prerequisites: WP 1010 WP 1111 WP 1212
UK Credits: 15
US Credits : 3/0/3
Syllabus: Download
EN 3373
Introduction To Research in Linguistics - Level 5
Through exploring an overarching theme in a field of linguistics, students gain an understanding of how knowledge is constructed in the discipline. Focus is on understanding the research process; disciplinary research methods and practices; further development of skills of accessing, analysis and interpretation of linguistics texts and development of discipline-specific academic writing skills.
Students are strongly encouraged to register for the course as soon as they complete L4 courses.
Prerequisites: WP 1010 WP 1111 WP 2216
UK Credits: 15
US Credits : 3/0/3
Syllabus: Download
EN 3374
Contemporary American Literature In Context - Level 5
Exploration of a variety of texts representative of contemporary American literature. Exploration of current themes and motifs in the American literary landscape from the mid-20th century to the present. Various genres, discursive approaches, and contexts examined.
Prerequisites: WP 1010 WP 1111 WP 1212
UK Credits: 15
US Credits : 3/0/3
Syllabus: Download
EN 3376
World Literatures In English - Level 5
A study of twentieth and twenty-first century literatures in English from around the world (e.g., Canada, Australia, New Zealand, South, West, and East Africa, South and Southeast Asia, and the Caribbean). Focus on themes such as identity, exile, hybridity, migration, and “nation”; examination of literary forms in postcolonial contexts.
Prerequisites: WP 1010 WP 1111 WP 1212
UK Credits: 15
US Credits : 3/0/3
Syllabus: Download
EN 3405
Introduction to Literary Studies - Level 5
Introduction to the practical and theoretical foundations of English as a discipline, including research methods and practices, textual analysis in literature, writing a literary analysis, and critical theory.
Prerequisites: WP 1010 WP 1111 WP 1212 EN 2263
UK Credits: 15
US Credits : 3/0/3
Syllabus: Download
EN 3426
The English Renaissance - Level 5
Representative Renaissance English prose, poetry and drama examined within the cultural contexts of Tudor, Jacobean, and Caroline England.
Prerequisites: WP 1010 WP 1111 WP 1212 EN 2220
UK Credits: 15
US Credits : 3/0/3
Syllabus: Download
EN 4428
English Romanticism - Level 6
Study of English Romantic poetry and prose with emphasis on the aesthetic and philosophical foundations of English Romantic poetry.
Prerequisites: WP 1010 WP 1111 WP 1212 EN 3321
UK Credits: 15
US Credits : 3/0/3
Syllabus: Download
EN 4429
The Victorian World - Level 6
Critical study of representative poetry, prose, and fiction of the Victorian age focusing on the interrelation between the texts and the cultural context of nineteenth-century Britain.
Prerequisites: WP 1010 WP 1111 WP 1212 EN 3321
UK Credits: 15
US Credits : 3/0/3
Syllabus: Download
EN 4430
British Modernism - Level 6
This course is useful for anyone who may be considering teaching languages to second language/foreign language learners. The course gives students an understanding of principles of language teaching underlying the teaching of a foreign language, with reference to English. Students will also observe these principles in practice and teach at least one (1) 40-50-minute English language class.
Prerequisites: WP 1010 WP 1111 WP 1212 EN 3321
UK Credits: 15
US Credits : 3/0/3
Syllabus: Download
EN 4437
Fundamentals of Language Teaching & Practicum - Level 6
This course is useful for anyone who may be considering teaching languages to second language/foreign language learners. The course gives students an understanding of principles of language teaching underlying the teaching of a foreign language, with reference to English. Students will also observe these principles in practice and teach at least one (1) 40-50-minute English language class.
(Although not required, it is recommended that students have also completed EN 3317 Fundamentals of Second Language Learning)
Prerequisites: WP 1010 WP 1111 WP 1212 EN 2216
UK Credits: 15
US Credits : 3/1/3
Syllabus: Download
EN 4439
Discourse Analysis - Level 6
Comprehensive review of theories and approaches to the analysis of written and oral texts. The course will be useful for anyone interested in exploring how language functions in different social, political and cultural contexts.
Prerequisites: WP 1010 WP 1111 WP 1212 EN 2216
UK Credits: 15
US Credits : 3/0/3
Syllabus: Download
EN 4445
Writing Gender and Sexuality - Level 6
Discussion of a broad range of ideas related to gender and sexuality through careful consideration of literary, theoretical and critical writing from the mid-nineteenth century to the present.
Prerequisites: WP 1010 WP 1111 WP 1212 EN 3321
UK Credits: 15
US Credits : 3/0/3
Syllabus: Download
EN 4452
Shakespeare Plays - Level 6
Critical study of representative plays spanning Shakespeare’s career, including comedies, histories, tragedies, and romances. Focus on Shakespeare’s language, dramatic practices and theatrical milieu, and to the social, political, and philosophical issues raised in the plays.
Prerequisites: WP 1010 WP 1111 WP 1212 EN 2220
UK Credits: 15
US Credits : 3/0/3
Syllabus: Download
EN 4453
Shakespeare The Great Tragedies - Level 6
Critical study of Shakespeare’s great tragedies, Othello, Macbeth, Hamlet, and King Lear, in the cultural context of Elizabethan and Jacobean England. Focus on Shakespeare's language, dramatic practices and theatrical milieu, and on the social, political, and philosophical issues raised in the plays.
Prerequisites: WP 1010 WP 1111 WP 1212 EN 2220
UK Credits: 15
US Credits : 3/0/3
Syllabus: Download
EN 4459
Psycholinguistics - Level 6
Comprehensive analysis of the mental processes involved in language acquisition and language use; examination of language in relation to thought, culture and the brain. This course is useful for anyone who may be considering teaching languages to second language/foreign language learners and/or following graduate studies in speech therapy.
(Although not required, it is recommended that students have also completed PS 1000 LE Psychology as a Natural Science)
Prerequisites: WP 1010 WP 1111 WP 1212 EN 2216
UK Credits: 15
US Credits : 3/0/3
Syllabus: Download
EN 4468
American Romanticism - Level 6
In-depth study of a broad range of literary texts reflecting variations of Romantic attitudes and styles in Ante-bellum America.
Prerequisites: WP 1010 WP 1111 WP 1212 EN 2222
UK Credits: 15
US Credits : 3/0/3
Syllabus: Download
EN 4472
American Modernism - Level 6
A study of modernist American literature in its various thematic and stylistic permutations, with emphasis on the interconnection between the aesthetics and the politics of Modernism.
Prerequisites: WP 1010 WP 1111 WP 1212 EN 3323
UK Credits: 15
US Credits : 3/0/3
Syllabus: Download
EN 4477
Trends In Contemporary British Literature - Level 6
Detailed study of representative trends in British literature which seek to reconceptualize Britishness, nationhood and belonging in the last fifty years (post-1960s to the present). Emphasis on the trends evident in cultural representations of contemporary Britishness. Traditional views of nation and Englishness in representations of self and other are juxtaposed to attitudes which suggest a polyvalent and multicultural Britishness.
Prerequisites: WP 1010 WP 1111 WP 1212 EN 3321
UK Credits: 15
US Credits : 3/0/3
Syllabus: Download
EN 4660
Criticism: Theory and Practice - Level 6
Focus on the major principles of a wide range of modern and contemporary literary and cultural theories, combined with discussion of the applications of theories to the interpretation of literary texts.
UK Credits: 15
US Credits : 3/0/3
Syllabus: Download
EN 4754
Selected Topics in Literature - Level 6
Extensive critical investigation of a topic selected from literature in English, such as a major author (e.g., Virginia Woolf or Toni Morrison), a major work (e.g., Moby Dick or Ulysses), or a major literary movement or grouping (e.g., Theater of the absurd, Gothic, the Movement). The topic selected is not covered elsewhere, or is covered only partially, in the curriculum of English and American literature.
UK Credits: 15
US Credits : 3/0/3
Syllabus: Download
EN 4975
Selected Topics in Linguistics - Level 6
In this capstone course, senior undergraduate students probe a specific area of linguistics culminating in a research project using primary and secondary research. Topics may vary every year depending on student interest and expertise of staff. Topic selected is not covered, or only partially covered in the rest of the program curriculum.
Prerequisites: WP 1010 WP 1111 WP 1212 EN 2216 EN 3373 And four more courses in Linguistics
UK Credits: 15
US Credits : 3/0/3
Syllabus: Download
ES 1000
LE Environmental Science: Ecosystems and Biodiversity - Level 4
Principles of environmental science with emphasis on sustainability, ecosystem structure and function, biodiversity, the human impact on ecosystems, soil and food production, water resources, conservation and protection of natural resources.
Prerequisites:
UK Credits: 20
US Credits : 3/2/4
Syllabus: Download
ES 1005
LE Contemporary Environmental Issues
An introduction to contemporary environmental issues; a study of the relationship between humans and the environment, based on an analysis of case studies and with emphasis on sustainable solutions. Selected environmental topics of relevance to modern societies are discussed.
Prerequisites:
UK Credits:
US Credits : 3/0/3
Syllabus: Download
ES 1007
LE An Introduction To Earth And Space Science
See SC 1007.
Prerequisites:
UK Credits:
US Credits : 3/0/3
Syllabus: Download
ES 1010
LE Environmental Science: Energy Resources and Pollution - Level 4
Principles of environmental science including a discussion of non-renewable and renewable energy resources, water and air pollution, global atmospheric changes, hazardous and solid waste management. Environmental policy and management issues are also discussed, with emphasis on sustainable solutions.
Prerequisites:
UK Credits: 20
US Credits : 3/2/4
Syllabus: Download
ES 3002
LE Environment and Society - Level 5
See SO 3002.
Prerequisites:
UK Credits: 15
US Credits : 3/0/3
Syllabus: Download
ES 3139
The Economy and the Environment - Level 5
Valuing the environment. Sustainability. Market failure and environmental problems. Environmental regulatory policies. Management of natural resources.
Prerequisites: EC 1000
UK Credits: 15
US Credits : 3/0/3
Syllabus: Download
ES 3216
Environmental Policy and Legislation - Level 5
The course provides an overview of environmental policy, politics and related legislation from both a national and international perspective, examining the key concepts, conflicts, political systems and the practices of policy-making.
Prerequisites: ES 1000 ES 1010
UK Credits: 15
US Credits : 3/0/3
Syllabus: Download
ES 3220
Principles of Environmental Management - Level 5
An introduction to the basic principles, significant underlying concepts and techniques of environmental management. Issues like uncertainty and public goods and their relation to environmental management as well as cases of environmental management practices in different settings are discussed.
Prerequisites: ES 1000 ES 1010
UK Credits: 15
US Credits : 3/0/3
Syllabus: Download
ES 3232
Responses to Climate Change - Level 5
An overview of the basic principles of climate, the greenhouse effect and the physical and chemical changes occurring as a result of human activity, leading to the phenomenon of human-induced climate change. The impacts of climate change, mitigation and adaptation options are also discussed.
Prerequisites: ES 1000 ES 1010
UK Credits: 15
US Credits : 3/0/3
Syllabus: Download
ES 3241
Environmental Chemistry - Level 5
(Same as CH 3241) A study of the chemistry of the atmosphere, water, and soil as well as the associated pollution problems. Chemical hazards in the environment such as heavy metals and synthetic organic compounds, risk assessment, and the chemistry and environmental implications of energy production are also discussed.
Prerequisites: CH 1002 ES 1010
UK Credits: 15
US Credits : 3/0/3
Syllabus: Download
ES 3340
Integrated Methods In Environmental Analysis I - Level 5
The course aims to cover basic methods and techniques needed in environmental science. Selected natural science methods and their basic principles and techniques are presented, with emphasis on interdisciplinary inquiry. Hands-on experience, laboratory and field work on some of the presented methods and techniques are offered.
Prerequisites: ES 1000 ES 1010 MA 2025
UK Credits: 20
US Credits : 3/2/4
Syllabus: Download
ES 4017
Environmental Justice - Level 6
The course explores how social inequalities, like social class, ethnicity and gender, relate with the environment; how they impact the environment and how the environment affects different social groups. Issues of power, environmental justice (distributive and participative), resource colonization, environmental insecurity and just sustainability are also analyzed.
Prerequisites:
UK Credits: 15
US Credits : 3/0/3
Syllabus: Download
ES 4060
Internship in Environmental Studies
Work-based learning in the field of Environmental Studies, such as in environmental consultancy, in nongovernmental organizations, in environmental education, in environmental management bodies, in the industry, or in environment-related posts. Students gain hands-on experience and receive training as they learn to apply knowledge and skills gained in the program in a real life work environment. Prerequisites: The student must have completed a minimum of 30 credits from the core courses of the Environmental Studies program before being able to take this course. All work placements are subject to the formal approval by the Department Head / Programme Coordinator / Internship Administrator (as appropriate).
Prerequisites:
UK Credits:
US Credits : 0/0/3
Syllabus: Download
ES 4115
Energy and Environment - Level 6
The course provides an overview of different energy resources with an analysis of main fossil fuels, nuclear, and renewable energy resources, energy management aspects with supply and demand technologies and practices, and finally key energy policies and associated energy transition challenges.
Prerequisites: ES 1010
UK Credits: 15
US Credits : 3/0/3
Syllabus: Download
ES 4124
Air Quality and Global Atmospheric Changes - Level 6
Discussion of the structure of the atmosphere, urban air pollution, acid deposition, stratospheric ozone depletion, global climate change and their impacts. Policy issues, international legislation, energy options and solutions towards a more sustainable future are examined.
Prerequisites: ES 1010
UK Credits: 15
US Credits : 3/0/3
Syllabus: Download
ES 4125
Sustainable Food Production: Soil and Environment - Level 6
An integrated approach to soil fertility and sustainable food production. The principles of soil formation and self-sustaining soil systems, biodiversity, biologically grown food, irrigation, water management and social values are also discussed. Focus on crops and livestock management cases, minimizing the severe irreversible soil damages to Mediterranean ecosystems. Sustainable food production and organic farming for the society. Food as a product, food policies.
Prerequisites: ES 1000
UK Credits: 15
US Credits : 3/0/3
Syllabus: Download
ES 4126
Conservation of Wildlife and Mediterranean Ecosystems - Level 6
An analysis of terrestrial, aquatic and marine Mediterranean ecosystems and wildlife with emphasis on endangered and protected species, conservation and management techniques.
Prerequisites: ES 1000
UK Credits: 15
US Credits : 3/0/3
Syllabus: Download
ES 4135
Sustainable Use of Resources and Waste Management - Level 6
Integrated Solid Waste Management with emphasis on Waste Prevention, Reuse, Recycling and Composting. Discussion of principles and policies aiming at Zero Waste societies. Discussion of Municipal Solid Waste Management Systems based on current Environmental E.U Policy. Economic and regulatory tools applied in order to promote prevention, reuse and recycling strategies and implementation of the "polluter pays principle". Discussion of disposal options, landfills and incinerators, with emphasis on their environmental impacts.
Prerequisites: ES 1010
UK Credits: 15
US Credits : 3/0/3
Syllabus: Download
ES 4223
Water Resources: Threats and Sustainable Management - Level 6
The course examines world water resources and their major threats such as the increasing demand for water, overuse and depletion of freshwater resources, changes to the hydrologic cycle and water pollution. It also discusses current legislation on water and sustainable management of water resources.
Prerequisites: ES 1000 ES 1010
UK Credits: 15
US Credits : 3/0/3
Syllabus: Download
ES 4229
Sustainable Cities - Level 6
This course studies cities and how these can be sustainable. It addresses the political, social and physical dimensions of sustainable cities. It explores why and how to plan living environments that are attractive, functional, appropriately scaled and enjoyable, while reducing their environmental impacts and the energy it takes to build them and operate them.
Prerequisites: ES 1000 ES 1010
UK Credits: 15
US Credits : 3/0/3
Syllabus: Download
ES 4242
Education for the Environment and Sustainability - Level 6
This course aims to provide students with knowledge and skills on how to teach about / for / in the environment and for sustainability in order to engage students in the learning process and mobilize them towards a sustainable society. The history of Education for Sustainable Development, pedagogy and teaching methods will be discussed.
Prerequisites: ES 1000 ES 1010
UK Credits: 15
US Credits : 3/0/3
Syllabus: Download
ES 4244
Special Topics in Environmental Studies - Level 6
The course explores specific contemporary environmental issues using an in-depth, integrated, multi/interdisciplinary approach. Topics may vary from year to year and draw from all environmental studies fields, following current research trends and priorities at global, EU and national level. Emphasis is given on presenting innovative research in the fields examined.
Prerequisites: ES 1000 ES 1010
UK Credits: 15
US Credits : 3/0/3
Syllabus: Download
ES 4328
Environmental Governance in the European Union - Level 6
The course discusses the growing global role of EU environmental and sustainable development policies, introduces and examines the major European and global environmental issues, the Environment Action Programme to 2030 and the renewed Sustainable Development strategy as well as the integration of environmental issues in the decisions and activities of other policy sectors.
Prerequisites: ES 1000 ES 1010 ES 3216
UK Credits: 15
US Credits : 3/0/3
Syllabus: Download
ES 4343
Integrated Methods In Environmental Analysis II - Level 6
This course aims to cover basic methods and techniques needed in environmental studies and management. It includes the discussion presentation of selected social scientific methods and their basic principles and techniques, in order to provide a sound basis for the interdisciplinary inquiry required in environmental studies. It also offers hands-on experience on some of the presented methods via selected project and/or field work.
Prerequisites: ES 1000 ES 1010 ES 3340
UK Credits: 15
US Credits : 3/0/3
Syllabus: Download
ES 4430
Environmental Studies Capstone - Level 6
This course is the culmination of the work in Environmental Studies. Research on significant environmental issues from multiple perspectives. Project on an environmental issue/topic of local or national relevance.
Prerequisites: ES 1000 ES 1010 ES 3340 ES 4343
UK Credits: 15
US Credits : 3/0/3
Syllabus: Download
FN 2127
Financial Markets and Instruments - Level 4
The course is intended to help students understand the role financial markets and institutions play in the business environment they will face in the future. It also provides them with the opportunity to develop a series of applications of principles from finance and economics that explore the connection between financial markets and institutions and the economy.
Prerequisites: EC 1000
UK Credits: 15
US Credits : 3/0/3
Syllabus: Download
FN 2128
Principles of Finance - Level 4
Time value of money. Implementation of investment appraisal techniques. Investing decisions. Valuation of financial instruments. Cost of capital.
Prerequisites: AF 2007
UK Credits: 15
US Credits : 3/0/3
Syllabus: Download
FN 3046
Investment Analysis and Management I - Level 5
See EC 3046.
Prerequisites:
UK Credits: 15
US Credits : 3/0/3
Syllabus: Download
FN 3105
Financial Management - Level 5
The role of financial management within companies; the nature of financial decisions companies make; implementation of investment appraisal techniques; the importance of capital structure and its implications for the company.
Prerequisites: AF 2007
UK Credits: 15
US Credits : 3/0/3
Syllabus: Download
FN 3213
Corporate Finance - Level 5
The course focuses on developing a knowledge and a broad understanding of core issues in corporate finance. It also enables students, through the application of appropriate tools and techniques, to evaluate and solve complex corporate finance problems developing numerical reasoning and the ability to interpret financial data.
Prerequisites: AF 2007 FN 2128
UK Credits: 15
US Credits : 3/0/3
Syllabus: Download
FN 3219
International Finance - Level 5
See EC 3219.
Prerequisites:
UK Credits: 15
US Credits : 3/0/3
Syllabus: Download
FN 3437
Financial Econometrics I - Level 5
Basic econometrics for the finance area. The economics and econometrics of financial assets and markets, empirical tests of asset-pricing models, univariate and multivariate models, and volatility models will be presented and applied.
Prerequisites: EC 1000 EC 1101 MA 1008 MA 2021
UK Credits: 15
US Credits : 3/0/3
Syllabus: Download
FN 4004
Social Economy and Entrepreneurship - Level 6
See EC 4004.
Prerequisites:
UK Credits: 15
US Credits : 3/0/3
Syllabus: Download
FN 4007
Sustainable Finance and Investing - Level 6
See EC 4007.
Prerequisites:
UK Credits: 15
US Credits : 3/0/3
Syllabus: Download
FN 4009
Behavioural Economics and Finance - Level 6
See EC 4009.
Prerequisites:
UK Credits: 15
US Credits : 3/0/3
Syllabus: Download
FN 4044
Fundamentals for Trading
See EC 4044.
Prerequisites:
UK Credits:
US Credits : 3/1.5/3
Syllabus: Download
FN 4045
Fintech - Level 6
See EC 4045.
Prerequisites:
UK Credits: 15
US Credits : 3/0/3
Syllabus: Download
FN 4047
Equity Trading
See EC 4047.
Prerequisites:
UK Credits:
US Credits : 3/1.5/3
Syllabus: Download
FN 4049
Foreign Exchange Trading
See EC 4049.
Prerequisites:
UK Credits:
US Credits : 3/1.5/3
Syllabus: Download
FN 4090
Internship in Finance and Financial Analysis
Experiential learning in companies related to the industry. Students gain on-the-job experience and training as they learn to apply knowledge gained in the classroom to real life professional situations.
Prerequisites: Normally the student will have completed 70 credits before embarking on this module. Formal approval by the Department Head / Program Coordinator / Internship Administrator (as appropriate) is required.
UK Credits:
US Credits : 0/0/3
Syllabus: Download
FN 4129
Investment Analysis and Management II - Level 6
See EC 4129.
Prerequisites:
UK Credits: 15
US Credits : 3/0/3
Syllabus: Download
FN 4150
Fixed Income Trading
See EC 4150.
Prerequisites:
UK Credits:
US Credits : 3/1.5/3
Syllabus: Download
FN 4157
Derivatives Trading
See EC 4157.
Prerequisites:
UK Credits:
US Credits : 3/1.5/3
Syllabus: Download
FN 4254
Taxation of Structured Finance - Level 6
This course provides an overview of the development of local and international tax law for innovative financial products. It analyses and examines cases from the basic types of tax structured finance transactions, e.g. client driven and proprietary trade structures and will focus on cross border structures and illustrate the market sensitivity to tax changes.
Prerequisites: AF 2007 FN 2128 or FN 3105
UK Credits: 15
US Credits : 3/0/3
Syllabus: Download
FN 4430
Derivative Products - Level 6
See EC 4430.
Prerequisites:
UK Credits: 15
US Credits : 3/0/3
Syllabus: Download
FN 4451
Commercial Bank Management - Level 6
The special role of financial institutions in the market, and how it relates to the regulatory framework under which commercial and investment banks operate.
Prerequisites: AF 2007 FN 2128 EC 3046 FN 3213
UK Credits: 15
US Credits : 3/0/3
Syllabus: Download
FN 4452
Fixed Income Securities - Level 6
Bond valuation and analytical tools necessary for understanding the functioning of fixed income markets as well as the risks associated with fixed income investments.
Prerequisites: AF 2007 FN 2128 EC 3046 FN 3213
UK Credits: 15
US Credits : 3/0/3
Syllabus: Download
FN 4535
Financial Modeling - Level 6
Basic and advanced excel functions and charts for financial analysis. Forecasting of the main financial statements. Equity valuation using Discounted Free Cash Flows Method, Comparable Companies Method and Comparable Transactions Method. Sensitivity Analysis. Financial modelling for decision-making.
UK Credits: 15
US Credits : 3/0/3
Syllabus: Download
FN 4955
Financial Econometrics II- Level 6
Advanced econometric methods and applications in finance. Multivariate models, quantile regression, panel data regression and binary/categorical dependent variable methodologies will be discussed and applied.
UK Credits: 15
US Credits : 3/1/3
Syllabus: Download
FN 4980
Dissertation in Finance - Level 6
An independent piece of work on a theme aligned with the focus of the finance programme. Each student works directly with a faculty supervisor
UK Credits: 30
US Credits : 6/0/6
Syllabus: Download
FR 1000
French I
Beginning French: pronunciation, grammar, vocabulary, and presentation of cultural aspects. Four skills (listening, speaking, reading and writing) are developed in order to communicate in the most familiar situations of everyday life and to understand the main points of simple conversations and texts. (CEFR-A1)
Prerequisites:
UK Credits:
US Credits : 3/0/3
Syllabus: Download
FR 1101
French II
Further concepts of the French language. Four-skill approach in order to achieve a more efficient use of the language. Francophone culture and civilization are explored through written texts and audiovisual material.(CEFR-A2)
Prerequisites: FR 1000 or equivalent
UK Credits:
US Credits : 3/0/3
Syllabus: Download
FR 2202
French III
Intermediate French. Review of French grammar and syntax. More complex aspects of French structure. Readings and discussion in French. Aspects of French civilization, history, social development and the arts. (CEFR-B1)
Prerequisites: FR 1000 FR 1101 or equivalent
UK Credits:
US Credits : 3/0/3
Syllabus: Download
FR 2210
Business French
French for business and management students and for those who may need to communicate in French in a business environment. (B1)
Prerequisites: FR 1000 FR 1101 or equivalent
UK Credits:
US Credits : 3/0/3
Syllabus: Download
GD 2001
LE Visual Literacy - Level 4
See AR 2001.
Prerequisites:
UK Credits: 15
US Credits : 3/0/3
Syllabus: Download
GD 2002
Research - Concept - Design - Level 4
An introduction to the principles and process of design practice. The importance of research within the creative process, and how ideas are generated and transformed into strong creative concepts.
Prerequisites:
UK Credits: 15
US Credits : 3/1/3
Syllabus: Download
GD 2203
Graphic Design I - Level 4
An introduction to Graphic Design and its basic principles.
Prerequisites: CS 1070 ITC 2110
UK Credits: 15
US Credits : 3/1/3
Syllabus: Download
GD 3111
History of Graphic Design - Level 5
The key moments of Graphic Design history within the social, technological, and art context of the 19th, 20th, and 21st centuries.
Prerequisites: AT 1001
UK Credits: 15
US Credits : 3/0/3
Syllabus: Download
GD 3131
Design Approaches - Level 5
Design thinking and Design Research as approaches to solving complex design problems, in a human-centric, creative and methodical manner.
Prerequisites: GD 2002
UK Credits: 15
US Credits : 3/1/3
Syllabus: Download
GD 3232
Illustration - Level 5
Illustration as a professional practice and its application in Graphic Design - editorial and advertising - projects.
Prerequisites: AR 2003 AR 2005
UK Credits: 15
US Credits : 3/1/3
Syllabus: Download
GD 3313
Typography I - Level 5
Typography and its principles. The course focuses on the application of Typography as an expressive medium within contemporary Graphic Design practice.
Prerequisites: GD 2203 ITC 2110 CS 1070
UK Credits: 15
US Credits : 3/1/3
Syllabus: Download
GD 3333
Digital Design I - Level 5
Exploring the processes of digital design; employing appropriate graphic design methodologies in web and app design; identifying and applying UX/UI principles; creating applicable and realistic graphic design solutions; understanding the role of the graphic designer in a network of specialists.
Prerequisites: CS 1070 GD 2203 ITC 2110
UK Credits: 15
US Credits : 3/1/3
Syllabus: Download
GD 3412
Graphic Design II - Level 5
An investigation on Graphic Design thinking and techniques, and an analysis of the role of Graphic Design within the communication process.
Prerequisites: GD 2203 CS 1070 GD 2002 ITC 2110
UK Credits: 15
US Credits : 3/1/3
Syllabus: Download
GD 4321
Contemporary Design Issues - Level 6
An examination of contemporary design issues and how they apply to the work of the designer.
Prerequisites: GD 3111 AT 1001 AR 2001
UK Credits: 15
US Credits : 3/0/3
Syllabus: Download
GD 4622
Typography II - Level 6
Further exploration of Typography and its role in the communication process. Exploration of typographic solutions in different contexts. Experimental and custom made typography.
UK Credits: 15
US Credits : 3/0/3
Syllabus: Download
GD 4646
Digital Design II - Level 6
Diverse approaches and tools for the creation of digital visual content that can be utilized onto printed, digital or AR/VR applications; motion graphics and 3D content; applied skills for emerging visual communication technologies.
UK Credits: 15
US Credits : 3/1/3
Syllabus: Download
GD 4747
Branding Ecosystems - Level 6
The methodology behind the creation of a successful brand and its application to all aspects of the visual identity, including packaging.
Prerequisites: CS 1070 GD 2002 GD 2203 GD 3313 GD 3412 GD 4622 ITC 2110
UK Credits: 15
US Credits : 3/1/3
Syllabus: Download
GD 4823
Graphic Design III - Level 6
An advanced Graphic Design course with an integrated approach to print, digital, and environmental design; focus on collaboration and team-building skills.
UK Credits: 15
US Credits : 3/0/3
Syllabus: Download
GD 4940
Senior Project - Level 6
Capstone course for the Graphic Design majors where students will have the opportunity to integrate the skills gained throughout the program for the realization of a design project.
UK Credits: 15
US Credits : 3/1/3
Syllabus: Download
GE 1000
German I
Beginning German. Fundamental concepts of the German language and aspects of German culture. Essentials of German structure and basic vocabulary used to communicate in everyday situations. Four-skill approach (listening, reading, speaking, writing) with emphasis on communicative competence.(CEFR-A1)
Prerequisites:
UK Credits:
US Credits : 3/0/3
Syllabus: Download
GE 1101
German II
Further concepts of German language and culture. Extended sentence structure and vocabulary used to communicate in everyday situations. Four-skill approach with emphasis on communicative competence. Reading of longer texts. (CEFR-A2)
Prerequisites: GE 1000 or equivalent
UK Credits:
US Credits : 3/0/3
Syllabus: Download
GE 2202
German III
Intermediate German. Further development of four language skills (speaking, reading, listening and writing) so students can use language with some independence. Emphasis on vocabulary building and reading of longer texts. Communication beyond simple everyday life towards more abstract and professional topics. (CEFR level B1)
Prerequisites: GE 1000 GE 1101 or waiver
UK Credits:
US Credits : 3/0/3
Syllabus: Download
GE 2210
Business German
Communication in a German business environment. Specific vocabulary and expressions, cross-cultural training. Emphasis on oral practice. Topics: Business meetings, on the office phone, workplace descriptions, a visitor?s program. (CEFR-B1)
Prerequisites: GE 1000 GE 1101 or equivalent
UK Credits:
US Credits : 3/0/3
Syllabus: Download
GG 1000
Environmental Geology - Level 4
An interdisciplinary approach to studying environmental geosciences. Fundamental geologic concepts such as plate tectonics, geologic time and surficial processes are used as a basis for understanding a variety of natural processes. Elaboration on topics of physical geology, including the rock cycle and plate tectonics, occurrence and distribution of geologic hazards and resources, interactions between humans and the geologic environment, and the issues associated with the exploitation of geologic resources such as water and air pollution.
Prerequisites:
UK Credits: 20
US Credits : 3/2/4
Syllabus: Download
GG 3115
Geographic Information Systems - Level 5
An introduction to the field of Geographic Information Systems (GIS), its diversified applications and exploration of basic concepts, principles, approaches and techniques of GIS. Topics include applications of geographic information system; spatial data collection; data accuracy and uncertainty; cartographic principles; data visualization; geographic analysis; legal, economic and ethical issues.
Prerequisites: CS 1070
UK Credits: 15
US Credits : 3/0/3
Syllabus: Download
GL 2221
Modern Greek Poetry
Survey of modern Greek poetry from the nineteenth century to the present. Major literary trends: romanticism, symbolism, surrealism. Emphasis on specific poets: Solomos, Palamas, Cavafis, Sikelianos, Seferis, Elytis.
Prerequisites: WP 1010 WP 1111
UK Credits:
US Credits : 3/0/3
Syllabus: Download
GL 2224
Currents in Modern Greek Literature
Survey of Modern Greek literature (in English translation) from the late nineteenth century to the present. Focus on the prose and poetry of major authors. Works examined for their individual stylistic and thematic elements within the context of literary and cultural movements.
Prerequisites: WP 1010 WP 1111
UK Credits:
US Credits : 3/0/3
Syllabus: Download
GR 1000
Modern Greek I
The course develops student`s listening, speaking, reading and writing skills in the Modern Greek language at the A1 Level of the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages (CEFR).
Prerequisites:
UK Credits:
US Credits : 3/0/3
Syllabus: Download
GR 1101
Modern Greek II
The course develops student`s listening, speaking, reading and writing skills in the Modern Greek language at the A1+ Level of the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages (CEFR). Students acquire the ability to understand main points of simple narrative or informational texts on familiar topics, and communicate in a large variety of formal/informal everyday interactions in a Greek-speaking environment.
Prerequisites: GR 1000 or waiver
UK Credits:
US Credits : 3/0/3
Syllabus: Download
GR 2202
Modern Greek III
The course develops student`s listening, speaking, reading and writing skills in the Modern Greek language at the A2 Level of the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages (CEFR). Students acquire the ability to understand elementary-level narrative or expository texts, and communicate with ease in a large variety of formal/informal everyday interactions in a Greek-speaking environment.
Prerequisites: GR 1000 GR 1101 or waiver
UK Credits:
US Credits : 3/0/3
Syllabus: Download
GR 2205
Greece Today: Greek Language Through Contemporary Themes
The course develops students' awareness of Greek culture today. It focuses on contemporary life in Greece while paying attention to aspects of the past that have a relevance to Greek reality at present. Culture provides the context for developing students' language competence from level A2+ to level B1 of the Common European Reference for Languages (CEFR).
Prerequisites: GR 1000 GR 1101
UK Credits:
US Credits : 3/0/3
Syllabus: Download
GR 2303
Modern Greek IV
The course develops student`s listening, speaking, reading and writing skills in the Modern Greek language at the A2+ Level of the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages (CEFR). Students acquire the ability to understand a broad range of lower-intermediate-level narrative or expository texts, and communicate with relative fluency in a large variety of formal/informal everyday interactions in a Greek-speaking environment.
Prerequisites: GR 1000 GR 1101 GR 2202 or waiver
UK Credits:
US Credits : 3/0/3
Syllabus: Download
HC 2300
Professional Communication
Communication in professional and organizational settings, online and offline; oral and written etiquette; structure, content, and formatting; informative and persuasive documents and presentations; verbal and non-verbal communication.
Prerequisites: WP 1010 WP 1111 WP 1212
UK Credits:
US Credits : 3/0/3
Syllabus: Download
HC 2406
Interpersonal Communication
A practical approach to interpersonal communication focusing on organizational and social settings, emphasizing teamwork and conflict management; helping the students understand themselves as communicating and communicated constructs.
Prerequisites: WP 1010 WP 1111 WP 1212 HC 2300
UK Credits:
US Credits : 3/0/3
Syllabus: Download
HEL 2501
Honors Thesis I
Introduction to selecting a research topic and preparing for a thesis. Overview of research methodology and engagement with library research. Preparation of the Honors Thesis Proposal.
Prerequisites: Three Honors Seminars
UK Credits:
US Credits : 1/0/1
Syllabus: Download
HEL 2602
Honors Thesis II
Independent study course in which students work directly with their Thesis Advisor to develop and complete the capstone project of their Honors education, the Honors Thesis.
This course can be used as a General Elective.
Prerequisites: WP 1010 WP 1111 HEL 2501 Three Honors Seminars
UK Credits:
US Credits : 2/0/2
Syllabus: Download
HFP 2202
LE Documentary Photography
The course teaches students to develop a meaningful relationship with lived experience through documentary photography, a form of visual storytelling that chronicles historical events and/or significant scenes of life. Through readings as well as hands-on experience, students will be guided to explore the cultural, aesthetic, political, and ethical issues involved in this artistic and journalistic genre. Major emphasis is placed on experiential learning of the subject, and for this reason much of the course is taught on site. The course presupposes only basic knowledge of photography, as well as ownership of a digital camera.
Prerequisites: WP 1010 WP 1111
UK Credits:
US Credits : 3/0/3
Syllabus: Download
HFP 2205
The Sound Of The Future: Sonic Fiction, Science Fiction And Creative Coding
An interdisciplinary exploration of sound in new media art. The course will be based on Kodwo Eshun'; concept of sonic fiction (the point where sound and science fiction intersect), in order to provide a framework for discussion of the cultural and aesthetic dimensions of new media art. In parallel, students will have a hands-on experience of creative computer coding, with the aim of implementing technology to give creative expression to their experience of selected science fiction texts. The course does not assume prior knowledge or experience of artistic creation or computer coding. Emphasis is placed on experiential learning, and for this reason class meetings take place in a computer lab.
Prerequisites: WP 1010 WP 1111
UK Credits:
US Credits : 3/0/3
Syllabus: Download
HFP 2222
LE Fluid Bodies in Contemporary Art
(Same as HHU 2222) Study of representations of bodies through the lens of contemporary art; interdisciplinary approach to the topic, with specific emphasis on novel developments in visual arts and cultural studies.
Prerequisites: WP 1010 WP 1111
UK Credits:
US Credits : 3/0/3
Syllabus: Download
HHU 2202
Electr(a)fying Passions: the Transformations of the Electra Myth from Antiquity to Contemporary Cult
An interdisciplinary course focusing on the ancient myth of Electra and its transformations from antiquity to contemporary culture, combining textual analysis of ancient and modern texts, study of contemporary performance traditions and of filmic, musical, and popular representations of the myth in 20th century culture. The course offers students the opportunity to visit selected ancient sites in and around Athens (Ancient Theatre of Dionysus, Ancient Theatre of Epidaurus, Mycenae, Ancient Theatre of Argos, Ancient Corinth). It will appeal to students of theatre, music, classics, ancient history and cultural studies, since it examines the theme of Electra from different points of view and reaches theoretical and practical conclusions applicable to many different disciplines.
This course fulfils either the General Education Humanities or Social Science requirement.
Prerequisites: WP 1010 WP 1111
UK Credits:
US Credits : 3/0/3
Syllabus: Download
HHU 2203
LE In the Mouth of Madness: Depictions of Insanity in Western Culture
An interdisciplinary study of the representations of madness across history, with specific emphasis on film, theatre, literature, autobiography and pop culture. The course will also examine madness in the context of philosophy, politics, critical theory and gender studies, and will explore the formation of individual, social and political identities in classical, modern and contemporary Western cultures.
Prerequisites: WP 1010 WP 1111
UK Credits:
US Credits : 3/0/3
Syllabus: Download
HHU 2204
Digital Citizenship: Netizens and Cyber Selves
The course considers the ethical, social and political impact of digitized information on individuals and societies by examining the Internet as the cyber agora in which the netizens of a cyber polis exchange goods and ideas.
Prerequisites: WP 1010 WP 1111
UK Credits:
US Credits : 3/0/3
Syllabus: Download
HHU 2205
Pygmalion's Creative Dream: Transformations of the Body from Myth to Modernity
An interdisciplinary study of changing representations of the body across a variety of periods, genres and media. It aims to explore moral, philosophical, and aesthetic issues associated with the body, as concept, as embodied experience, and as object of artistic representation. Using as a case study the myth of Pygmalion in its varied expressions in literature, philosophy, music and the visual arts, the course offers an introduction to the body and its transformations from antiquity to the present.
This course fulfils the General Education Humanities requirement.
Prerequisites: WP 1010 WP 1111
UK Credits:
US Credits : 3/0/3
Syllabus: Download
HHU 2206
LE Mediated Lives: Avatars, Cyborgs, and Virtual Realities
The course considers the ethical, social, and aesthetic implications of virtual reality and artificial life in 21st-century technology-dominated culture. It aims to promote students' awareness of the potential outcomes--epistemological, psychological, ethical, and social--of technological advances that are based on virtual simulations, augmented realities, and intelligent machines.
Prerequisites: WP 1010 WP 1111
UK Credits:
US Credits : 3/0/3
Syllabus: Download
HHU 2207
LE Constructions of Desire: Representations of Eroticism in Western Culture
This course will explore the construction and representation of erotic desire across Western art and thought, as well as the precarious dialogue between eroticism and cultural orthodoxies.
Prerequisites: WP 1010 WP 1111
UK Credits:
US Credits : 3/0/3
Syllabus: Download
HHU 2208
LE Poverty as Spectacle from the Odyssey to the Greek Crisis
(Same as: HSS 2208)
This course explores the ways in which poverty is not only represented but also constructed in/through various media, ranging from ancient literary texts to social history, political theory, and contemporary film. It seeks to enquire into the preconditions and cultural assumptions that inform representations of poverty, with special emphasis on the 20th and 21st centuries.
Prerequisites: WP 1010 WP 1111
UK Credits:
US Credits : 3/0/3
Syllabus: Download
HHU 2209
The City of Athens as Myth: Landscape, Narrative, and Urban Memory
This Honors course will offer students the opportunity to unearth the hidden myths in the city of Athens, and study the interrelationship between ancient mythic narratives and contemporary urban development. Focusing on specific myths, students will be able to study and experience first-hand the complex mythic nexus that was responsible for the construction of urban identity in ancient Athens and which still functions as a subterranean "network" of cultural referents.
Prerequisites: WP 1010 WP 1111
UK Credits:
US Credits : 3/0/3
Syllabus: Download
HHU 2210
LE Between Reality and Imagination: Constructions of Modern Cityscapes
(Same as HSS 2210)
This Honors seminar will offer students the opportunity to study different ways of experiencing and understanding the material (social, political and historic) as well as imaginary dimensions of modern urban spaces. Emphasis upon city imaginaries aims to expose students to various discourses (sociological, aesthetic, literary, etc.) as tools for the study of modern cityscapes.
Prerequisites: WP 1010 WP 1111
UK Credits:
US Credits : 3/0/3
Syllabus: Download
HHU 2211
LE Private Stories, Public Stories: Personal Narratives In Social/Historical Perspectives
(same as HSS 2211) The course explores the interrelationship of private stories and public experience through study of the characteristics and function of oral story-telling. Focus is placed on the connection between story-telling, personal memory, and social/historical experience. Students are exposed to the techniques and processes of oral history, such as researching the subject; conducting interviews; handling materials ethically and responsibly; preserving personal narratives; and composing and editing research documents and projects.
Prerequisites: WP 1010 WP 1111
UK Credits:
US Credits : 3/0/3
Syllabus: Download
HHU 2214
LE Laughing It Off: Forms And Uses Of Modern Political Satire
(same as HSS 2214) This Honors seminar invites students to engage in a critical exploration of political satire in art, literature and film. Students will be exposed to different types of satirical expression, and will be led to consider satire as a gesture of political resistance. Students also examine satire in connection with issues such as the limits to freedom of expression, censorship, and social responsibility.
Prerequisites: WP 1010 WP 1111
UK Credits:
US Credits : 3/0/3
Syllabus: Download
HHU 2215
From Region to Nation: The Birth of Ethnic Identities in the Balkans
The course focuses on the construction of ethnic identities in the Balkan region from the Ottoman times all the way to the present. It aims to guide students to reconsider their views on nationhood, while developing a more informed understanding of the uniqueness of the Balkan societies and cultures and the ways in which the historical origins of Balkan countries have shaped inter-state relations.
Prerequisites: WP 1010 WP 1111
UK Credits:
US Credits : 3/0/3
Syllabus: Download
HHU 2216
LE Gaming the Past
This interdisciplinary course introduces students to thinking critically about reconstructing and interpreting the historical past using the experiential role-playing and debating pedagogy of Reacting to the Past. The course combines history, classics, and archaeology to examine Athens of the 5th century BC. The course includes site visits.
Prerequisites: WP 1010 WP 1111
UK Credits:
US Credits : 3/0/3
Syllabus: Download
HHU 2218
LE Food In/As Culture: Perspectives On Greek Culinary Traditions
(same as HSS 2218) An interdisciplinary treatment of food as key element of political, social, and cultural dimensions of Greek experience. Combining theoretical and methodological approaches in archaeology and anthropology, and focusing on the Greek context, the course guides students through an exploration of culinary practices from the prehistoric to the present days, placing emphasis on food as a sign of ethnic, gender, religious, local, trans-local and multicultural identities. Short field trips in the city center and museums unveil the long culinary history of the city of Athens, highlighting multicultural influences in the development of Greece's distinctive culinary culture.
Prerequisites: WP 1010 WP 1111
UK Credits:
US Credits : 3/0/3
Syllabus: Download
HHU 2219
LE What It Means To Be Greek: Perspectives Of Greek Identity And Nationhood
A historical treatment of the evolving ideas of Greekness from the Greek revolution to the present. The course explores changing notions of Greek identity articulated by both Greeks and non-Greeks. Focusing on different texts, from historical documents and literary works as well as films and electronic media, the course helps students explore different perspectives on Greek identity, articulated by both Greeks and non-Greeks. As a result, students develop awareness of the contingent and shifting nature of Greekness, and reflect on the ideological significance of representations of Greekness, both within and outside Greece.
Prerequisites: WP 1010 WP 1111
UK Credits:
US Credits : 3/0/3
Syllabus: Download
HHU 2221
LE Performing Masculinities
See HSS 2221
Prerequisites: WP 1010 WP 1111
UK Credits:
US Credits : 3/0/3
Syllabus: Download
HHU 2222
LE Fluid Bodies in Contemporary Art
See HFP 2222.
Prerequisites:
UK Credits:
US Credits : 3/0/3
Syllabus: Download
HHU 2225
LE Identity and Mobility in The Aegean: Perspectives From Greece and Turkey
The course focuses on experiences of mobility and conceptualizations of identity in the Aegean in the context of historical, social, and cultural interfaces between Greeks and Turks. Emphasis on instances of displacement and intercultural contact between Greece and Turkey from the Ottoman times all the way to the present.
Prerequisites: WP 1010 WP 1111
UK Credits:
US Credits : 3/0/3
Syllabus: Download
HHU 2227
Prometheus Unbound or the Fall of Icarus? Machines That Changed the World
(same as HSS 2227) Interdisciplinary study of the political, social, and cultural impact of the machines in the modern industrial and post-industrial era.
Prerequisites: WP 1010 WP 1111
UK Credits:
US Credits : 3/0/3
Syllabus: Download
HHU 2230
LE Antigones Dilemma: Citizenship And Resistance In The Contemporary World
This course uses Sophocles Antigone and its multiple readings, adaptations, and enactments, as springboard in order to explore the problematic of communal belonging and individuality, especially in its contemporary manifestations. Antigone, an emblematic figure of civil disobedience, offers us a way to reflect on the underpinnings of citizenship, resistance, and ethical responsibility. The course invites an interdisciplinary engagement with Antigone, one that brings together philosophy, literary theory, aesthetics, political theory, and gender studies. Readings and material will be drawn from the humanities and art.
Prerequisites: WP 1010 WP 1111
UK Credits:
US Credits : 3/0/3
Syllabus: Download
HHU 2235
LE The Society Of Spectacle: Image As Power In Art, Politics And Technology
An interdisciplinary study of how images in art and media construct political and social ideologies and shape identities in modernity.
Prerequisites: WP 1010 WP 1111
UK Credits:
US Credits : 3/0/3
Syllabus: Download
HHU 2286
LE Fairy Tales Formed and Transformed
The course will investigate retellings of classic fairy tales in various art forms and media (i.e., text, image, film, music, theatre). Students will explore the purpose and means through which artists mine the cultural unconscious to produce the transformations of well-known bedtime stories. Informed by the practices of cultural studies, this interdisciplinary course will approach the subject holistically, encouraging students to place the works within their socio-historical context and to analyze the ways in which meaning is produced both in the classic tales and in their transformations.
Prerequisites: WP 1010 WP 1111
UK Credits:
US Credits : 3/0/3
Syllabus: Download
HM 1001
Introduction to Healthcare Management - Level 4
Introduction to management concepts and theories for healthcare organizations. External and internal environments of organizations are identified, as well as key management functions, roles, and responsibilities. Essential aspects of healthcare management are addressed.
Prerequisites:
UK Credits: 15
US Credits : 3/0/3
Syllabus: Download
HM 3110
Delivery of Healthcare Quality Services - Level 5
Concepts, tools, issues and applications surrounding healthcare quality services delivery, including patient centered care, patient safety, performance improvement, cost, measurement and improvement of the patient experience.
Prerequisites: HM 1001
UK Credits: 15
US Credits : 3/0/3
Syllabus: Download
HM 3115
Healthcare Marketing - Level 5
Concepts, tools, and issues surrounding global healthcare marketing. Theory and applications. Marketing as a major management tool critical to decision-making in the health services sector.
Prerequisites: HM 1001
UK Credits: 15
US Credits : 3/0/3
Syllabus: Download
HM 4040
Healthcare Operations Management - Level 6
Key concepts in healthcare operations management: logistics and supply chain management, inventory management, forecasting patient demands and volumes, capacity planning. Relevant healthcare operations management for: public health organizations, hospitals and clinics, and organizations within the allied health industry with a for-profit or/and a not-for-profit orientation.
Prerequisites:
UK Credits: 15
US Credits : 3/0/3
Syllabus: Download
HM 4041
Healthcare Policy and Governance- Level 6
Healthcare Policy and Governance issues, and practices. Funding, provision, regulation, quality of care and access in different settings.
Prerequisites:
UK Credits: 15
US Credits : 3/0/3
Syllabus: Download
HNS 2250
LE Debunking Pseudoscience: A Scientific Approach
A provoking and integrative examination of introductory natural science and the application of its principles in the debunking of popular conspiracies and controversies. Combining physics, chemistry and biology, the seminar applies theoretical and laboratory practices to put to rigorous testing pseudo-scientific beliefs and disciplines. Engaging in interdisciplinary explorations of historical, philosophical and social perspectives on scientific methodology, the course aims to develop students' awareness of the dangers of pseudo-scientific thought and assist them in the making of rational and healthy decisions in their everyday life.
Prerequisites: WP 1010 WP 1111
UK Credits:
US Credits : 3/1.5/4
Syllabus: Download
HNS 2285
LE Greening the Campus
An introduction to sustainability and the science of selected environmental issues. This will be a field study course focusing on selected environmental aspects of campus life. Through field work, the students will not only gain practical knowledge of sustainability but also strengthen the campus culture in support of environmental issues. The course will focus on selected environmental topics / aspects and will connect / be coordinated with ongoing sustainability activities on campus.
Prerequisites: WP 1010 WP 1111
UK Credits:
US Credits : 3/1.5/4
Syllabus: Download
HSE 2205
LE Mathematics and Human Experience
An interdisciplinary course that aims to expose students to the ways in which mathematical principles and laws underline, inform, and help explain various facets of human experience. Using as starting points natural phenomena, forms of popular culture and elements of social life, the course exposes students to various mathematical concepts and their applications, in order to demonstrate the centrality of mathematical laws and the importance of mathematical consciousness.
Prerequisites: WP 1010 WP 1111
UK Credits:
US Credits : 3/0/3
Syllabus: Download
HSE 2210
LE The White Rider: The Nature And Character Of Infectious Disease In Society
An interdisciplinary, thought-provoking and integrative discussion on the topic of Infectious Disease. The course focuses on the biological basis of infection and the various pathogens that cause disease, as well as its socio-political aspects and how infectious disease has been a major driving force of historic events through epidemics that have shaped the world as we know it today. Attention will be given to the development of various strategies (both pseudoscientific and scientific) for combating disease from a joint biological and ethical perspective.
Prerequisites: WP 1010 WP 1111
UK Credits:
US Credits : 3/0/3
Syllabus: Download
HSE 2215
LE Human Consciousness: From Brain to Subjectivity
A lively, engaging introduction to a hot area of increasing popular interest which is currently a rapidly expanding domain of scientific inquiry and is ideal for students of biology, neuroscience, psychology, philosophy as well as literature and the arts. In this interdisciplinary course students are exposed to basic human brain anatomy, functions and neuroscience principles contributing to debates regarding the nature of perception and consciousness. An integration of biophysiological, neuroscientific, evolutionary, cognitive, and philosophical perspectives is explored in connection with the phenomenon of consciousness.
Prerequisites: WP 1010 WP 1111
UK Credits:
US Credits : 3/0/3
Syllabus: Download
HSE 2220
LE Hungry Brain And Thinking Stomach: Eating, Feeding And 'Satiety'
An interdisciplinary overview of eating behaviour from the perspectives of natural and social sciences. Drawing from basic principles of neuroscience and biopsychology, the course focuses on underlying brain mechanisms of metabolism and food perception, which are also mediated by human subjectivity and cultural norms.
Prerequisites: WP 1010 WP 1111
UK Credits:
US Credits : 3/0/3
Syllabus: Download
HSS 2202
Electr(a)fying Passions: the Transformations of the Electra Myth from Antiquity to Contemporary Cult
See HHU 2202
Prerequisites: WP 1010 WP 1111
UK Credits:
US Credits : 3/0/3
Syllabus: Download
HSS 2203
LE In the Mouth of Madness: Depictions of Insanity in Western Culture
see HHU 2203.
Prerequisites: WP 1010 WP 1111
UK Credits:
US Credits : 3/0/3
Syllabus: Download
HSS 2204
LE Digital Citizenship: Netizens and Cyber Selves
See HHU 2204.
Prerequisites: WP 1010 WP 1111
UK Credits:
US Credits : 3/0/3
Syllabus: Download
HSS 2206
LE Mediated Lives: Avatars, Cyborgs, and Virtual Realities
See HHU 2206.
Prerequisites: WP 1010 WP 1111
UK Credits:
US Credits : 3/0/3
Syllabus: Download
HSS 2207
LE Constructions of Desire: Representations of Eroticism in Western Culture
See HHU 2207.
Prerequisites: WP 1010 WP 1111
UK Credits:
US Credits : 3/0/3
Syllabus: Download
HSS 2208
LE Poverty as Spectacle from the Odyssey to the Greek Crisis
See HHU 2208.
Prerequisites: WP 1010 WP 1111
UK Credits:
US Credits : 3/0/3
Syllabus: Download
HSS 2210
LE Between Reality and Imagination: Constructions of Modern Cityscapes
See HHU 2210.
Prerequisites: WP 1010 WP 1111
UK Credits:
US Credits : 3/0/3
Syllabus: Download
HSS 2211
LE Private Stories, Public Stories: Personal Narratives In Social/Historical Perspectives
See HHU 2211.
Prerequisites: WP 1010 WP 1111
UK Credits:
US Credits : 3/0/3
Syllabus: Download
HSS 2212
The Future of Capitalism
An inter-disciplinary approach to the historic origins of the free-market system, aka capitalism, with emphasis on the history of capitalism, past and current critiques and pressures for change, as well as cultural/ideological manifestations of the capitalist mindset.
This course fulfils the General Education Social Science requirement.
Prerequisites: WP 1010 WP 1111
UK Credits:
US Credits : 3/0/3
Syllabus: Download
HSS 2214
LE Laughing It Off: Forms And Uses Of Modern Political Satire
See HHU 2214
Prerequisites: WP 1010 WP 1111
UK Credits:
US Credits : 3/0/3
Syllabus: Download
HSS 2215
Rebels Without a Cause: Cultural Expressions of 20th and 21st- century Youth Subcultures
This Honors seminar guides students through an exploration of the social impacts and cultural expressions of radical youth subcultures in the 20th and 21st centuries. Emphasis is placed on the ways in which radical youth subcultures have expressed rejection or resistance to the mainstream, thus challenging or transforming the Western normative structure.
Prerequisites: WP 1010 WP 1111
UK Credits:
US Credits : 3/0/3
Syllabus: Download
HSS 2217
Game On: Game Design and Social Interactions
An interdisciplinary course that introduces students to principles of gaming which inform a broad spectrum of human behaviors and practices. By uncovering the analogies between games and social interactions and practices, the course provides a conceptual toolkit that can be applied towards navigating our increasingly gamified world.
Prerequisites: WP 1010 WP 1111
UK Credits:
US Credits : 3/0/3
Syllabus: Download
HSS 2218
LE Food In/As Culture: Perspectives On Greek Culinary Traditions
See HHU 2218.
Prerequisites:
UK Credits:
US Credits : 3/0/3
Syllabus: Download
HSS 2220
LE Strolling Incognito In Athens: The Art Of City Walkabouts
In this Honors seminar students will engage in structured walkabouts which will enable them to become active readers as well as writers of the text of the city of Athens. Emphasis upon the cityscape as a palimpsest exposes students to various discourses and urban morphologies (sociological, political, historical, aesthetic, etc.), and invites them to consider the semiotics of everyday social interactions in the city of Athens. Much of the course is taught on site.
Prerequisites: WP 1010 WP 1111
UK Credits:
US Credits : 3/0/3
Syllabus: Download
HSS 2221
LE Performing Masculinities
The course explores the construction of masculinity across different historical settings, and in the contexts of race, nationality, and sexuality. Adopting an interdisciplinary approach, the course offers students the opportunity to interrogate assumptions concerning maleness, rethink masculine identities, and develop awareness of masculinity as performance. Readings and material will be drawn from the humanities and social sciences, and popular culture.
Prerequisites: WP 1010 WP 1111
UK Credits:
US Credits : 3/0/3
Syllabus: Download
HSS 2225
LE Innovation in Action: A Design-Thinking Laboratory
A hands-on interdisciplinary course that introduces students to a fertile synthesis of Innovation Management theory and Design Thinking, a methodology that draws upon logic, imagination, intuition, and systemic reasoning to produce innovation in various business and social contexts. Bringing theory and practice together, the course will guide students to tackle a social, business, ecological, or cultural challenge of their choice through application of innovative problem-solving based on the principles of Design Thinking.
Prerequisites: WP 1010 WP 1111
UK Credits:
US Credits : 3/0/3
Syllabus: Download
HSS 2227
Prometheus Unbound or the Fall of Icarus? Machines That Changed the World
See HHU 2227.
Prerequisites:
UK Credits:
US Credits : 3/0/3
Syllabus: Download
HT 1001
Introduction to the Tourism and Hospitality Industry - Level 4
Introduction to the nature, scope, structure, functions and interrelations of key sectors within the tourism and hospitality industry, with emphasis on how distinctive features of tourism supply and demand affect management and policy decision-making.
Prerequisites:
UK Credits: 15
US Credits : 3/0/3
Syllabus: Download
HT 2011
Accounting for the Hospitality Industry - Level 4
Basic principles, concepts and procedures of accounting for the hospitality industry. Preparation, interpretation and analysis of financial statements.
Prerequisites:
UK Credits: 15
US Credits : 3/1/3
Syllabus: Download
HT 2116
Hospitality Information Systems - Level 4
The application and use of information systems in the hospitality industry. Support of tourism and hospitality operations through a Property Management System (PMS) solution.
Prerequisites: CS 1070
UK Credits: 15
US Credits : 3/1/3
Syllabus: Download
HT 3037
Travel and Transport - Level 5
The role of transport in tourism and its impact on the development of tourist destinations. Focus on components of the travel industry and tourism intermediaries.
Prerequisites:
UK Credits: 15
US Credits : 3/0/3
Syllabus: Download
HT 3038
Destination Management and Marketing - Level 5
Recent developments and complexities of destination management and marketing; the role of the various stakeholders involved, including destination management organizations and local authorities.
Prerequisites:
UK Credits: 15
US Credits : 3/0/3
Syllabus: Download
HT 3113
Tourism Planning and Development - Level 5
Theoretical, managerial, geographical, governance and other perspectives in relation to tourism development. The role of various stakeholders and the challenges involved in planning tourism development in different destination areas.
Prerequisites: HT 1001
UK Credits: 15
US Credits : 3/0/3
Syllabus: Download
HT 3115
Marketing in Tourism and Hospitality - Level 5
A managerial approach to hospitality and tourism marketing. Examines the implications of the Tourism and Hospitality industry on the Marketing theory (7-Ps approach).
Prerequisites: HT 1001
UK Credits: 15
US Credits : 3/0/3
Syllabus: Download
HT 3139
Management of Hospitality and Food & Beverage Operations – Level 5
The functions, managerial aspects and operational requirements of various departments within the hospitality sector, including in the food and beverage (F&B) division.
Prerequisites: HT 1001
UK Credits: 15
US Credits : 3/0/3
Syllabus: Download
HT 4021
Sustainable Management in Tourism and Hospitality - Level 6
The application of sustainable development principles in tourism and hospitality. Industry, consumer and policy perspectives and priorities in managing tourism and hospitality in a sustainable manner.
Prerequisites:
UK Credits: 15
US Credits : 3/0/3
Syllabus: Download
HT 4032
Event Management for the Hospitality Industry - Level 6
Overview of the events industry and of key management components including event organization, marketing and promotion, customer satisfaction and event evaluation. Emphasis on the emergence of the experience industry and the design of the event experience within the hospitality industry.
Prerequisites:
UK Credits: 15
US Credits : 3/0/3
Syllabus: Download
HT 4045
Visitor Attractions Management – Level 6
The role of visitor attractions for tourist destinations. Visitor attraction types and particularities. Key theoretical perspectives on visitor attraction management. Focus on management functions and potential issues and challenges.
Prerequisites:
UK Credits: 15
US Credits : 3/0/3
Syllabus: Download
HT 4117
Managing Service Quality and Human Resources in Tourism and Hospitality - Level 6
Examines the importance of service quality and quality of the visitor/guest experience in tourism and hospitality and the role of people in the delivery of the tourism and hospitality product. Explains the service delivery process and its management and discusses implications for human resource management (HRM).
Prerequisites: MG 3034
UK Credits: 15
US Credits : 3/0/3
Syllabus: Download
HT 4135
Financial Management for the Hospitality Industry - Level 6
Essential financial management techniques used in the operation of a contemporary hospitality organization for profit management, performance measurement, capital investment decision-making and hotel valuation purposes.
Prerequisites: HT 2011
UK Credits: 15
US Credits : 3/0/3
Syllabus: Download
HT 4234
Public Relations and Crisis Management in Tourism and Hospitality - Level 6
Public Relations in tourism and hospitality, with special emphasis on the role of PR activities in crisis management. The needs of different PR audiences, PR as part of an integrated communications strategy, PR as a vital tool in managing different types of crisis events.
Prerequisites: HT 1001 HT 3115
UK Credits: 15
US Credits : 3/0/3
Syllabus: Download
HT 4436
Information and Communication Technologies in Tourism - Level 6
Impact and benefits for the tourism industry from the implementation of information and communication technologies. Operational and strategic issues of IT. Current industry practices, use of internet technologies and e-commerce applications in travel and tourism.
Prerequisites: CS 1070 HT 1001 HT 3115 HT 2116
UK Credits: 15
US Credits : 3/0/3
Syllabus: Download
HT 4440
Entrepreneurship and Strategy in Tourism and Hospitality – Level 6
Examination of principles and practices of entrepreneurship, business planning and strategy. Research-based decision-making and strategic planning in the context of tourism and hospitality venture creation.
Prerequisites: HT 1001 HT 3115 HT 2011 HT 4135
UK Credits: 15
US Credits : 3/0/3
Syllabus: Download
HT 4660
Internship in Hospitality and Tourism
Work-based learning through placement in hospitality or tourism.
Internship placements are subject to the formal approval by the ITHM Internship Administrator and the Department Head.
UK Credits:
US Credits : 0/0/3
Syllabus: Download
HT 4747
Dissertation in Tourism and Hospitality – Level 6
Independent study dissertation-based course for graduating ITHM students. The course does not include classroom contact and is supervised by selected members of the ITHM programme team. The course extends over two terms of study, typically Fall and Spring of the last year of studies.
UK Credits: 30
US Credits : 6/0/6
Syllabus: Download
HY 1000
LE Survey of World Civilizations I
Broad historical account of past civilizations around the world from the ancient river-valley civilizations of southwest Asia to the dawn of the modern age in Western Europe (3,500 BCE- 1,500 CE); survey of every major historical epoch and geographical region; focus on sociocultural and economic affairs; prioritization on long-term processes that reflect both chronological and global themes in world history.
Prerequisites:
UK Credits:
US Credits : 3/0/3
Syllabus: Download
HY 1001
LE Survey of World Civilizations II
TBroad historical account of the development of the world since 1500 CE; survey of major historical events and geographical regions; focus on socio-political and economic affairs; prioritization on long-term processes that reflect both chronological and global themes in world history.
Prerequisites:
UK Credits:
US Credits : 3/0/3
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HY 2015
History of the Roman Empire - Level 4
Survey of Roman history from the time of the Etruscans to the crisis of the 3rd century AD and the reign of Diocletian (1000 B.C. to 305A.D.). Political theories and practices with particular focus on imperial Rome.
Prerequisites:
UK Credits: 15
US Credits : 3/0/3
Syllabus: Download
HY 2023
Byzantine History and Civilization - Level 4
An introduction to Byzantine history and civilization. Following a chronological scheme, it first traces the transformation of the ancient world and then the emergence of Byzantium as a political, economic, and cultural power in Europe and the Near East. Examination of the political and cultural developments from the apogee of Byzantine civilization in the tenth-eleventh centuries to the fall of Constantinople to the Ottomans in 1453.
Prerequisites:
UK Credits: 15
US Credits : 3/0/3
Syllabus: Download
HY 2034
History of Ancient Greece - Level 4
An introductory survey of the history of the Ancient Greek world from the Bronze Age (ca. 2000 BCE) to the Hellenistic Era (323 BCE). Exploration of thematic topics such as government, religion, the sciences and philosophy, as well as issues of identity, gender, and daily life through a chronological structure as a traditional historical narrative.
Prerequisites:
UK Credits: 15
US Credits : 3/0/3
Syllabus: Download
HY 2038
Introduction to Historical Studies - Level 4
Introducing students to the craft of the historian. What does it mean to be an historian? How do professional historians go about their work? What specific set of skills do they need? Engaging students with historical evidence and interpretations.
Prerequisites:
UK Credits: 15
US Credits : 3/0/3
Syllabus: Download
HY 2039
The United States Of America: From A British Colony to a Global Superpower – Level 4
The United States of America’s development from a British Colony to an independent country, and its eventual rise to a global superpower.
Prerequisites:
UK Credits: 15
US Credits : 3/0/3
Syllabus: Download
HY 3005
Intellectual History of Modern Europe - Level 5
An examination of the historical evolution of the core ideals of the West and how they have been forged, interpreted, implemented, opposed, violated, and defended, from the Enlightenment to the present.
Prerequisites:
UK Credits: 15
US Credits : 3/0/3
Syllabus: Download
HY 3021
Alexander’s Legacy: The Hellenistic World - Level 5
Exploration of the multi-cultural Hellenistic world, from the reign of Alexander the Great (336-323 BCE) to the expanding Roman world in the first century BCE; campaigns and conquests of Alexander, the wars of succession, and the history of the Hellenistic kingdoms down to the death of Cleopatra VII (30 BCE); emphasis on political histories, institutions and ideologies, as well as social and cultural developments.
Prerequisites:
UK Credits: 15
US Credits : 3/0/3
Syllabus: Download
HY 3026
Middle East: Power and Ideology - Level 5
The course is intended to provide an analysis of the regional politics of the Middle East since the Ottoman empire, and of their interaction with issues of international security, global resources, and great power politics.
Prerequisites:
UK Credits: 15
US Credits : 3/0/3
Syllabus: Download
HY 3033
Europe and Islam (CE 700-1500) - Level 5
Examination of the rich and complex relations between Western Europe, Byzantium, and the Islamic world from the early Islamic conquests of Christian lands in the seventh century to the Ottoman conquest of Constantinople in the fifteenth; comparison with the parallel historical development of the Christian polities in Western Europe, the Byzantine empire, and the Islamic states; exploration of their political, economic, and cultural interaction across space and time; emphasis on trade networks and commercial exchanges, court diplomacy and religious polemics.
Prerequisites:
UK Credits: 15
US Credits : 3/0/3
Syllabus: Download
HY 3040
History of Russia to 1900 - Level 5
A broad survey beginning with medieval Russia; concentration on the rise of Muscovy, Peter the Great, and developments leading to the Revolution of 1905.
Prerequisites:
UK Credits: 15
US Credits : 3/0/3
Syllabus: Download
HY 3044
European Empires and Decolonization – Level 5
Comparative history of the British, French, Dutch, Belgian and Portuguese empires. Examination of the driving forces behind geographical expansion of these empires. Discussion of imperial administration as well as issues of race and segregation; covering how this imperial world impacted the lives of millions of colonial civilians. Focus on the indigenous anti – colonial movements and subsequent decolonization process from the end of the Second World War, during the Cold War until the 1970s.
Prerequisites:
UK Credits: 15
US Credits : 3/0/3
Syllabus: Download
HY 3060
Greece: The Birth of a Modern Nation - Level 5
Historical, political and cultural developments in Greece from the Revolution of 1821 to the age of Venizelos. The birth and building of the modern Greek state.
Prerequisites:
UK Credits: 15
US Credits : 3/0/3
Syllabus: Download
HY 3146
Investigating History - Level 5
Examination of the various ways in which history has been studied and written from antiquity to the present day; emphasis on the assumptions and methods which have shaped the reconstruction and interpretation of the past; future challenges of the discipline.
Prerequisites: HY 2038
UK Credits: 15
US Credits : 3/0/3
Syllabus: Download
HY 3147
Topics in History – Level 5
The Understanding of the conceptual, historiographical, and methodological dimensions of a broad theme in comparative history; investigation of continuities and changes over time; exploration of historical debates of the topic under examination, and discussion of primary sources.
Prerequisites: HY 2038
UK Credits: 15
US Credits : 3/0/3
Syllabus: Download
HY 4048
Public History- Level 6
Overview of public history or the many and diverse ways in which history is represented and debated 'in public'; examination of theory and practice of public history through a variety of sources, including historical novels, websites, apps, social media feeds, documentaries, films, exhibits, material culture, graphic novels, computer games, guest speakers, and physical sites; history-related professional opportunities available outside of academia.
Prerequisites:
UK Credits: 15
US Credits : 3/0/3
Syllabus: Download
HY 4049
Late Antique Cultures - Level 6
Exploration of the political and cultural transformation of the ancient Mediterranean world from the third to the seventh centuries CE; transition of the Later Roman Empire into the Byzantine Empire in the east and the Germanic kingdoms in the west; the rise and expansion of Christianity and the pervasive impact of “Christianisation” across societies and cultures; the transformation of urban landscapes and lives across the Mediterranean basin along with and the development of new communities and identities.
Prerequisites:
UK Credits: 15
US Credits : 3/0/3
Syllabus: Download
HY 4053
Global History of the Cold War - Level 6
A thorough examination of the key topics in the international history of the Cold War, centering on the period between the end of World War II and the revolutions of 1989; meaning and significance of the Cold War for World history; possibilities and difficulties of writing about recent events drawing on a combination of primary and secondary material.
Prerequisites:
UK Credits: 15
US Credits : 3/0/3
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HY 4054
Thucydides and War Strategies - Level 6
Exploration of the discipline of Military History and War Studies; examination of various methodological approaches used by Thucydides to describe and explain the behaviour of ancient Greek city-states and consequently great powers; students will identify the skills of analysis and interpretation of primary and secondary sources and the tools necessary to comprehend Thucydides’ contribution to the study of strategy.
Prerequisites:
UK Credits: 15
US Credits : 3/0/3
Syllabus: Download
HY 4058
Internship in History
Internship in History is a specialized class where students enrich their historical education through experiential learning at institution or sites approved by the History Department and the School of Liberal Arts and Sciences. Types of internships may vary, but all students will link their on-site experience to their study of history through reflection-based assignments.
Prerequisites: Normally the student will have completed 70 US credits before embarking on this course.
UK Credits:
US Credits : 3/0/3
Syllabus: Download
HY 4061
Greece in the 20th Century – Level 6
The course is devoted to the critical study of Modern Greece from the Balkan Wars to present day. It will examine aspects of Greek society, politics, economics, and foreign policy during the formative twentieth century.
Prerequisites:
UK Credits: 15
US Credits : 3/0/3
Syllabus: Download
HY 4155
Advanced Topics in History - Level 6
Sophisticated and in-depth study of a topic in history that is broadly conceived and is informed by the state-of the art literature and research. The thematic concentration varies year to year and is determined by the instructor.
Prerequisites: HY 3146
UK Credits:
US Credits : 15/3/0
Syllabus: Download
HY 4456
Dissertation I - Level 6
This course serves as an introductory course in the dissertation methodology writing process. The core objective of the course is to provide guidance and motivation to the student so that a research topic is identified and the relevant research proposal is submitted.
Prerequisites: HY 3146 and completion of 3 Level 6 (4000-level) HY courses
UK Credits: 10
US Credits : 2/0/2
Syllabus: Download
HY 4557
Dissertation II - Level 6
Dissertation II is the culminating assessment in earning the B.A. in History at ACG. It is meant to demonstrate advanced study and inquiry into a particular facet of history in relation to the experiences of students in the program. The dissertation is a work of original scholarship designed with guidance from a dissertation supervisor.
Prerequisites: HY 4456
UK Credits: 20
US Credits : 4/0/4
Syllabus: Download
IB 2006
LE International Business - Level 4
Essentials of international business and the international business environment, including its socio-cultural, political, legal, economic and ethical dimensions. International trade and foreign investment theories. Emerging markets. Implications for the future international business manager.
Prerequisites:
UK Credits: 15
US Credits : 3/0/3
Syllabus: Download
IB 3008
Business in the European Union - Level 5
European Union institutions, treaties, decision-making processes, and key policies. History of European integration, single market, enlargement, and their implications for domestic, European and global business environments.
Prerequisites:
UK Credits: 15
US Credits : 3/0/3
Syllabus: Download
IB 3121
Global Business Management - Level 5
International business strategy, including country assessment for the identification of business opportunities, country selection and modes of entry. The organization of international business and management of international operations.
Prerequisites: IB 2006 or MG 2003 or equivalent
UK Credits: 15
US Credits : 3/0/3
Syllabus: Download
IB 4031
Business in Emerging Markets - Level 6
Identification and examination of key emerging markets. Focus on business opportunities inherent in them and their role in the world economy and world trade. Detailed insight into the operating environment of emerging markets.
Prerequisites:
UK Credits: 15
US Credits : 3/0/3
Syllabus: Download
IB 4046
International Business Internship
Work-based experiential learning in international business and related organizations. Students gain on-the-job experience and training as they learn to apply knowledge gained throughout the program to real life professional situations.
Prerequisites: Normally the student will have completed 70 credits before embarking on this module. Formal approval by the Department Head / Program Coordinator / Internship Administrator (as appropriate) is required.
UK Credits:
US Credits : 0/0/3
Syllabus: Download
IB 4118
EU Economic Integration – Level 6
Issues, processes and developments related to the functioning of the Economic and Monetary Union (EMU), also in a comparative perspective. Implications for the business sector.
Prerequisites: IB 3008
UK Credits: 15
US Credits : 3/0/3
Syllabus: Download
IB 4168
Cross Cultural Management – Level 6
Cross cultural management principles and the impact of national cultures on management practice. Managerial perspective of cross-cultural interaction, communication, conflict resolution, leadership and culturally diverse teams.
Prerequisites: MG 2003 or MG 3034
UK Credits: 15
US Credits : 3/0/3
Syllabus: Download
IB 4169
EU Policies and IB Practices - Level 6
Focused insight into the impact of the EU's policies on specific sectors of business activity and business practices in the EU. Emphasis on shipping, tourism, banking, health care and education. Stress on SMEs, the media sector, as well as manufacturing and industry.
Prerequisites: IB 3008
UK Credits: 15
US Credits : 3/0/3
Syllabus: Download
IB 4199
Contemporary Issues in International Business - Level 6
Current developments in the field of international business. Emerging mechanisms of collaboration among key actors involved in international business. Focus on Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) as the global framework for international business.
Prerequisites: IB 2006
UK Credits: 15
US Credits : 3/0/3
Syllabus: Download
IB 4232
Foreign Direct Investment and Multinational Enterprises - Level 6
Theories, definitions, issues, magnitude, and the geography of Foreign Direct Investment (FDI) in developed, developing and emerging markets. Organization and structure of the contemporary MNE, strategic cross-border mergers and acquisitions, and implications of MNEs for national competitiveness.
Prerequisites: IB 2006 or MG 2003 IB 3121 or MG 3033
UK Credits: 15
US Credits : 3/0/3
Syllabus: Download
IB 4235
Export Strategy and Management - Level 6
Developing export strategy and managing exports in a global environment. Market evaluation and selection; development of an export plan for market entry. Problems and pitfalls in export management.
Prerequisites: IB 2006 or MG 2003 IB 3121 or MG 3033
UK Credits: 15
US Credits : 3/0/3
Syllabus: Download
IB 4238
International Business Law - Level 6
Public and private international law and their implications for business. Focus on sales contract, dispute resolution, competition rules and their impact on business both in the international and European context. Fundamentals of the WTO legal framework.
Prerequisites: BU 2003 IB 3008
UK Credits: 15
US Credits : 3/0/3
Syllabus: Download
IB 4267
Innovation and Technology Management in International Business - Level 6
Origins and sources of creativity and innovation and the role of technology as a contemporary strategic imperative for multinational corporations. Innovation strategy, the R&D process and the management of knowledge. Innovation and value creation and sustainability from innovation.
Prerequisites: IB 2006 IB 3121
UK Credits: 15
US Credits : 3/0/3
Syllabus: Download
IB 4545
Capstone Project in International Business – Level 6
Research on contemporary topics in international business, which includes a field research component.
Prerequisites: BU 3233 IB 2006 IB 3008 IB 3121 MA 2021 Students must have at least 90 earned US credits before taking this course.
UK Credits: 15
US Credits : 3/0/3
Syllabus: Download
IBX 3017
Global Markets and Politics
Prerequisites:
UK Credits:
US Credits : 3/0/3
Syllabus: Download
IR 2010
Introduction to International Relations - Level 4
Introduction to the international system and its evolution from the nation-state toward global governance. Major theories and conceptual frameworks, including integration theory. The nation-state, international organizations, conflict and cooperation.
Prerequisites:
UK Credits: 15
US Credits : 3/0/3
Syllabus: Download
IR 2015
Modern European History And Politics -Level 4
An introduction to the Political, Social and Economic History of Modern Europe (from the Treaty of Westphalia - 1648 - to contemporary times). A thematic approach emphasising the political developments and changes.
Prerequisites:
UK Credits: 15
US Credits : 3/0/3
Syllabus: Download
IR 3017
Global Markets And Politics - Level 5
An overview of recent developments in global economics and politics with special reference to emerging economic and political crises, areas of actual and potential political distress and societal disruption, and the ways the latter will potentially impact the future. The challenges to democratic and effective political leadership posed by current and potential future trends.
Prerequisites:
UK Credits: 15
US Credits : 3/0/3
Syllabus: Download
IR 3120
Research Methods In International Relations - Level 5
The role and significance of research in the domain of international relations. Formulation and clarification of research questions and problems, writing literature review, designing research, data collection and analysis, interpretation of findings, argumentation on problem resolution.
Prerequisites: IR 2010
UK Credits: 15
US Credits : 3/0/3
Syllabus: Download
IR 3225
Foreign Policy - Level 5
A theoretical and empirical study of foreign policy through the ages. Analysis, interpretation and evaluation of foreign policy theories and actions.
Prerequisites: IR 2010 PO 2004
UK Credits: 15
US Credits : 3/0/3
Syllabus: Download
IR 4070
Internship In International Relations - Level 6
Experiential learning in the field of international relations. Students gain on-the-job experience and receive training as they learn to apply advanced theoretical frameworks gained through the programme to real life professional situations or diplomacy.
Prerequisites: Normally the student will have completed 70 credits before embarking on this module. Formal approval by the Department Head / Programme Coordinator / Internship Administrator (as appropriate) is required.
UK Credits: 15
US Credits : 3/0/3
Syllabus: Download
IR 4130
Media And International Relations - Level 6
The role of media in international relations. Ideas and debates relating to the ways in which media impact government, policy making, election campaigning, political movements, the rise of terrorism, and the prospects for informed political deliberation. Media and conflict, media and securitization, media and political communication.
Prerequisites: IR 2010
UK Credits: 15
US Credits : 3/0/3
Syllabus: Download
IR 4135
International Law - Level 6
Legal regime of International Law and International relations. International Treaties and European law. Non-governmental Organisations and International Law. Nations and International Law. International Human Rights Law. World Trade and International Law. Global Social Justice and International Law. International Law for Environmental Protection.
Prerequisites: IR 2010
UK Credits: 15
US Credits : 3/0/3
Syllabus: Download
IR 4140
Greece and the World - Level 6
Greece's external relations. Policy orientation, alliances, partnerships and rivalries. Greece's role and influence in the region and beyond.
Prerequisites: IR 2010
UK Credits: 15
US Credits : 3/0/3
Syllabus: Download
IR 4145
Senior Thesis In International Relations And European Affairs - Level 6
Research in European and international relations problems and developments. Systematic and critical study of their key concepts and arguments. Appreciation of the historical context and the impact on contemporary political reality.
Prerequisites: IR 3120 Students must have completed 90 credits
UK Credits: 15
US Credits : 3/0/3
Syllabus: Download
IR 4250
Asia In World Affairs - Level 6
Current internal and external factors and issues influencing the foreign, defence and security policy of Asian states, including, but not restricted to, Chinese power consolidation and Asian regional integration efforts. The profound implications, for the international order, of the on-going shift of the global economy's centre of gravity to Asia.
Prerequisites: PO 2004 PO 3031
UK Credits: 15
US Credits : 3/0/3
Syllabus: Download
IR 4255
Geopolitics - Level 6
A theoretical and empirical survey of the history and current discourse of geopolitics. A critical analysis of the role and actions of the main state and non-state actors as seen through the lenses of geopolitics in a simultaneously globalizing and regionalizing.
Prerequisites: PO 2004 PO 3031
UK Credits: 15
US Credits : 3/0/3
Syllabus: Download
IR 4365
European Foreign, Security And Defence Policies - Level 6
Current internal and external forces driving European foreign, security and defense policy designs. Key factors involved in shaping the European security environment. The European Union's presence on the international stage as an economic, diplomatic, military and "soft" power and future perspectives.
Prerequisites: IR 2010 IR 3225 P0 2004
UK Credits: 15
US Credits : 3/0/3
Syllabus: Download
IT 1000
Italian I
Four basic language skills (listening, speaking, reading and writing) are developed in order to acquire a general ability to communicate in a number of the most familiar situations of everyday life and to understand the main points of simple conversations and texts needed mainly for travel and making contacts in an Italian-speaking environment. (A1)
Prerequisites:
UK Credits:
US Credits : 3/0/3
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IT 1101
Italian II
Four language skills (listening, speaking, reading and writing) are reinforced and expanded in order to gain a more effective command of the language and to interact with greater confidence in a wider range of everyday familiar situations. (A2)
Prerequisites: IT 1000 or equivalent
UK Credits:
US Credits : 3/0/3
Syllabus: Download
IT 2202
Italian III
Four language skills (listening, speaking, reading and writing) are thoroughly developed so as to handle the main structure of the language with confidence, to use a wide range of vocabulary and appropriate communicative strategies, and to acquire a certain degree of independence when called upon to use the language in everyday social, work or academic contexts. (B1)
Prerequisites: IT 1000 IT 1101 or equivalent
UK Credits:
US Credits : 3/0/3
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IT 3352
Travel into Italian Cinema
A tour of Italy through a selection of most famous Italian movies. Important aspects of the Italian cinema with reference to essential cultural aspects of Italy are analyzed and discussed. (B2)
Prerequisites: IT 1000 IT 1101 IT 2202 or equivalent
UK Credits:
US Credits : 3/0/3
Syllabus: Download
ITC 1070
Information Technology Fundamentals
Binary numbers and logic operations; computer hardware; operating systems; algorithmic thinking; programming languages; computer networks; the Internet; web development; data management.
Replaces CS 1070 for IT majors. Students will not receive credit for both ITC 1070 and CS 1070.
Prerequisites:
UK Credits:
US Credits : 3/1.5/3
Syllabus: Download
ITC 1112
LE Turning Data Into Decisions
Data protection legislation; ethical use of data; the contribution of data analysis to organizational sustainability; visualizing data using graphs, charts and 3D maps; using functions and analytical tools for what -if analysis; using data reporting tools; linking of worksheets and workbooks; importing and manipulating data.
ITC 1112 BL is not available to students on US Federal Financial Aid.
Prerequisites: CS 1070 or ITC 1070
UK Credits:
US Credits : 3/0/3
Syllabus: Download
ITC 2024
Computer Networks & Cybersecurity Fundamentals - Level 4
Computer communications systems components, models, operation, and applications. Networking standards, protocols and connectivity aspects. Local area networks design, implementation. Wide area networks, emerging technologies. Cybersecurity threats, measures and protocols. Cryptography basics.
Prerequisites:
UK Credits: 15
US Credits : 3/0/3
Syllabus: Download
ITC 2039
LE Concepts in Multimedia and Web Design – Level 4
Multimedia types, elements, and technical components; digital image editing; animation; web site development; sustainable digital media.
Prerequisites:
UK Credits: 15
US Credits : 3/0/3
Syllabus: Download
ITC 2053
Introduction To Game Programming
Game programming fundamentals; basic 3D graphics concepts; combining and utilizing multimedia content using a game engine; creating and editing scripts using appropriate programming / scripting languages and techniques.
Prerequisites:
UK Credits:
US Credits : 3/0/3
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ITC 2088
Introduction to Programming - Level 4
Problem solving; problem analysis; top-down design of algorithms; implementation; testing and debugging techniques; documentation. Structured programming language constructs: datatypes, variables, constants, parameters, input and output,selection, iteration,file handling, classes and methods, arrays, elementary sorting and searching algorithms.
Prerequisites:
UK Credits: 15
US Credits : 3/1.5/3
Syllabus: Download
ITC 2101
Principles of Wireless, IoT, And Mobile Networks - Level 4
Signals in the time and frequency domains. Propagation of radio frequencies. Noise, large-scale path loss, small scale fading and multipath. Modulation techniques for mobile radio. Capacity of wireless channels. Error correction principles and techniques. Multiple access techniques (TDMA, CDMA, OFDM) and interference in wireless networks. Main subsystems of mobile telephony networks. Examples of existing wireless standards including IEEE 802.11 (WiFi), 3G, 4G.
Prerequisites: ITC 2024
UK Credits: 15
US Credits : 3/0/3
Syllabus: Download
ITC 2110
Digital Tools for Graphic Design and Production - Level 4
Examine core concepts and techniques on digital design workflow for print& digital publishing. Basic color theory and page composition. Identify vector graphics properties and characteristics. Build complex shapes and trace bitmap images and line art. Design using layers and symbols, edit text, and draw using perspective. Develop well-crafted print publications, interactive documents, digital magazines, and e-books. Create and edit documents, learn how to use master pages and easily format text, objects, and tables using styles. Work with text frames and graphics, add and format tables, build interactive documents and EPUBs. Output your work in several formats, learn how to package, print, and export your finished project.
Prerequisites: CS 1070 or ITC 1070
UK Credits: 15
US Credits : 3/0/3
Syllabus: Download
ITC 2186
Computer System Architecture - Level 4
Computer architecture. Digital circuits and components. Types of data representation. Computer organizations and design. Logic design.
Prerequisites: ITC 1070
UK Credits: 15
US Credits : 3/0/3
Syllabus: Download
ITC 2193
Operating Systems Concepts - Level 4
Operating system structures; functions and techniques; Performance; avoidance of deadlock and security issues. Management of Operating System resources and processes.
Prerequisites: ITC 1070
UK Credits: 15
US Credits : 3/0/3
Syllabus: Download
ITC 2197
Object Oriented Programming Techniques – Level 4
Object-oriented concepts and problem solving techniques. GUI components; event handling, collections framework and data structures, data persistence, performance and efficiency issues.
Prerequisites: ITC 2088
UK Credits: 15
US Credits : 3/1.5/3
Syllabus: Download
ITC 2205
Software Engineering Practices – Level 4
Software engineering (SE) major methodologies; S/W qualities; sw lifecycle; CI/CD; essential tools; GitHub; concepts in project planning; code of ethics and professional practice.
Prerequisites: ITC 2088 ITC 2197
UK Credits: 15
US Credits : 3/1/3
Syllabus: Download
ITC 3006
Mathematics for Computing Level 5
Concepts of Algebra, Geometry, Proofs, Structures, Counting, Probabilities and Inference, Statistics.
Prerequisites:
UK Credits: 15
US Credits : 3/0/3
Syllabus: Download
ITC 3015
Designing for the Web - Level 5
(Same as CN 3015)
A brief history of the web; web standards, browser standards; choosing a domain name; hosting management tools; web publishing; web design and development tools; website architecture; using image editing software to design web layouts; HTML, CSS, search engine optimization; social media integration; interface design standards; user interaction experience.
Prerequisites:
UK Credits: 15
US Credits : 3/0/3
Syllabus: Download
ITC 3036
Privacy, Policy, Law and Technology - Level 5
(Same as PH 3036) An examination of policy issues and theoretical frameworks to privacy and security. Privacy threat models and privacy protective technologies. Philosophical approaches and legal functions on information privacy. GDPR.
Prerequisites:
UK Credits: 15
US Credits : 3/0/3
Syllabus: Download
ITC 3051
User Experience and Interaction Design – Level 5
User experience approaches, methods and tools; interaction paradigms; augmented and virtual reality basics; prototyping and wireframes; human factors and ergonomics.
Prerequisites:
UK Credits: 15
US Credits : 3/0/3
Syllabus: Download
ITC 3121
Computer Networks, Modeling and Analysis - Level 5
Data communications technologies. Computer network systems. Network convergence architectures. Connectivity and internetworking of LANs. Broadband networking. Computer networks modeling and analysis.
Prerequisites: ITC 2024
UK Credits: 15
US Credits : 3/1.5/3
Syllabus: Download
ITC 3125
Mobile Applications Development – Level 5
Programming mobile devices; user interface design; user interface building; input methods; data storage; motion sensing; memory management; exception handling.
Prerequisites: ITC 2088
UK Credits: 15
US Credits : 3/0/3
Syllabus: Download
ITC 3154
Cognitive Computing – Level 5
Cognition vs AI; learning and reasoning; deep learning; tools; computer vision; audio; natural language representation, processing, and generation; sentiment analysis, dialog reasoning.
Prerequisites: ITC 2088
UK Credits: 15
US Credits : 3/0/3
Syllabus: Download
ITC 3160
Fundamentals of RDBMS - Level 5
Relational Database Management Systems concepts. Data modelling, systems development and data administration in a database environment. The relational model, normalization, transaction management, concurrency, control, database security and the Structured Query Language (SQL).
Prerequisites: ITC 2088
UK Credits: 15
US Credits : 3/1.5/3
Syllabus: Download
ITC 3163
Time Based Multimedia – Level 5
Time based methodological approaches. Video and audio processing. Design sequences, codecs, compositing, keying, tracking, effects, titling, motion graphics, illusions and transformation. Hardware and software integration.
Prerequisites: ITC 2039
UK Credits: 15
US Credits : 3/0/3
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ITC 3165
3d Modeling and Animation – Level 5
3D object manipulation. Modelling methodologies. Lighting and rendering effects. Camera manipulation. Textures creation and use. Dynamic animation. Characters creation and manipulation.
Prerequisites: ITC 2039
UK Credits: 15
US Credits : 3/0/3
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ITC 3213
Algorithms and Complexity - Level 5
Study of algorithms and their complexity. Design, analysis and evaluation of performance. Complexity theory and classes of complexity. O, Big O and Theta notation. Computational classes. Union-Find, Divide and Conquer, Greedy, Dynamic programming, Linear Programming, Search in graphs, NP-completeness.
Prerequisites: ITC 2088 ITC 3006
UK Credits: 15
US Credits : 3/0/3
Syllabus: Download
ITC 3225
Mobile Applications Development - Level 5
Programming mobile devices; user interface design; user interface building; input methods; data storage; motion sensing; memory management; exception handling.
Prerequisites: ITC 1070 or CS 1070 ITC 2088
UK Credits: 15
US Credits : 3/0/3
Syllabus: Download
ITC 3233
Data Mining and Big Data - Level 5
Data and feature selection, cleaning, extracting patterns from structured and unstructured data, evaluation, big data, tools, applications.
Prerequisites: ITC 1070 or ITC 2088 MA 2010 or MA 2021 or MA 2025
UK Credits: 15
US Credits : 3/0/3
Syllabus: Download
ITC 3237
Game Development – Level 5
Game development approaches, tools and techniques. Manipulation of visual effects and sound. Object animation. Movement control. Worlds. Interactive environments.
Prerequisites: ITC 2088 ITC 2197 or ITC 2053
UK Credits: 15
US Credits : 3/1.5/3
Syllabus: Download
ITC 3254
Cognitive Computing With IBM Watson
(Same as CS 3254)
Natural Language Processing with IBM Watson Platform; Business Intelligence; Question answering; Unstructured Information Processing.
Prerequisites: CS 1070 ITC 2088 or CS 2179
UK Credits:
US Credits : 3/0/3
Syllabus: Download
ITC 3261
Voice User Interfaces – Level 5
User interfaces; voice commands, conversational UI; chatbots; virtual assistants; methods, tools, and design; challenges and testing; case studies; the role of NLP; applications and services.
Prerequisites: ITC 2088 or equivalent ITC 3051
UK Credits: 15
US Credits : 3/1/3
Syllabus: Download
ITC 3287
Advanced Object Oriented and Functional Programming – Level 5
Advanced object-oriented and functional programming concepts; algorithmic and problem-solving techniques; advanced GUI components; event handling; data structures; data persistence; efficiency issues.
Prerequisites: ITC 2088 ITC 2197
UK Credits: 15
US Credits : 3/1/3
Syllabus: Download
ITC 3319
Network Administration - Level 5
Installation and administration concepts. Management, monitoring, and optimization of system performance, reliability, and availability. Design issues and support in a corporate environment. Troubleshooting and end user support.
Prerequisites: ITC 1070 ITC 2193 ITC 2024 or ITC 3175
UK Credits: 15
US Credits : 3/1.5/3
Syllabus: Download
ITC 3338
Edge Computing – Level 5
New computing paradigms; fog, edge infrastructures; slicing, management and orchestrations; IoT integration; applications; IIoT; business models; big data analytics in the fog; GDPR restrictions.
Prerequisites: ITC 1070 or ITC 2088 ITC 2024 ITC 2193
UK Credits: 15
US Credits : 3/0/3
Syllabus: Download
ITC 3431
Cryptography & Network Security - Level 5
Basic symmetric encryption algorithms; DES, AES; Public key encryption; hash functions; digital signatures; confidentiality issues; authentication and identity management; SSL/TLS; IP security.
Prerequisites: ITC 2024 ITC 2088 MA 2010 or MA 2021 or MA 2025 coreq.: ITC 3006
UK Credits: 15
US Credits : 3/0/3
Syllabus: Download
ITC 3632
Security of Wireless, IoT, and Mobile Networks - Level 5
Security challenges in wireless, mobile and IoT networks; Interference and jamming in wireless systems; 802.11 Authentication and Key Management; WEP, WAP functions, protocols and configurations for realizing authentication, key distribution, integrity, confidentiality and anonymity in wireless access networks for mobile users. Authentication and confidentiality in 4G mobile telephony systems. Identity and Access Management (IAM) for the Internet of Things.
Prerequisites: ITC 2024 ITC 2088 ITC 2101 ITC 3006 MA 2010 or MA 2021 or MA 2025 coreq.: ITC 3431
UK Credits: 15
US Credits : 3/0/3
Syllabus: Download
ITC 4030
Human Computer Interaction - Level 6
Foundations of human computer interaction. Interaction design basics. User Experience (UX). HCI in the software process. Cognitive models and theories. Application of concepts and methodologies of software engineering, human factors and psychology to address ergonomic, cognitive, and social factors in the design and evaluation of interactive computer systems.
Prerequisites:
UK Credits: 15
US Credits : 3/0/3
Syllabus: Download
ITC 4035
Game Design - Level 6
Game design process; player's psychology; media definitions; interactive stories; characters; game worlds; game mechanics; balancing attributes; interface types and design issues; aesthetics; UX; game violence and ethical concerns.
Prerequisites:
UK Credits: 15
US Credits : 3/0/3
Syllabus: Download
ITC 4056
Enabling Technologies – Level 6
IoT and industrial IoT (iIoT) architectures; standards; softwarisation and virtualisation technologies; fifth generation (5G) networks; federated learning AI systems; blockchain; edge computing; virtual and augmented. From conception to completion.
Prerequisites:
UK Credits: 15
US Credits : 3/0/3
Syllabus: Download
ITC 4085
Information Technology Internship
Experiential learning for information Technology majors. Students gain on-the-job experience and training as they learn to apply knowledge gained in the classroom to real life professional situations.
Prerequisites: Normally the student will have completed 70 credits before embarking on this module. Formal approval by the Department Head / Program Coordinator / Internship Administrator (as appropriate) is required
UK Credits:
US Credits : 0/0/3
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ITC 4140
Methods in ICT Project Research and Management - Level 6
Integrated methods for ICT projects investigation and planning; problem identification; field review; selected investigative techniques; modelling and evaluation techniques; testing strategies; quality considerations. A comprehensive coverage of the procedure required for the development of a thorough ICT capstone project proposal. Components of this procedure include: (a) identification of the problem; (b) background research (c) objectives and impact of the project; (d) project feasibility and risk assessment; (e) analysis; (f) testing and testing strategies, (g) quality considerations; (h) progress planning & management.
Prerequisites: MA 2010 or MA 2021 or MA 2025
UK Credits: 15
US Credits : 3/0/3
Syllabus: Download
ITC 4161
Technology Innovation and Entrepreneurship - Level 6
See CS 4161.
Prerequisites:
UK Credits: 15
US Credits : 3/0/3
Syllabus: Download
ITC 4162
Digital Transformation – Level 6
Digital ecosystems and industry transformation; types and approaches. User interface evolution; Lean UX methodology; distribution platforms; business ecosystems; learning ecosystems; intelligent assistants; platform design; UX in IoT.
Prerequisites: ITC 3051
UK Credits: 15
US Credits : 3/0/3
Syllabus: Download
ITC 4214
Internet Programming - Level 6
Internet standards and infrastructure. Client and server technologies. Rich Internet applications. Scripting Languages. Server side Programming. Frameworks. Security and privacy.
Prerequisites: ITC 2088 ITC 3160
UK Credits: 15
US Credits : 3/1.5/3
Syllabus: Download
ITC 4344
Digital Forensics - Level 6
Computer crime and the forensic investigation process; principles and practices; digital evidence on computer systems, hardware storage, the Internet, mobile devices. Computer forensics on data analysis; operating systems forensics; assisting cryptographic techniques; event timing; forensic disk imaging; data recovery; file reconstruction. Rules of evidence and standards; principles of evidential management; the expert witness; standards and ethics.
Prerequisites: ITC 1070 or CS 1070 ITC 2024 ITC 2193
UK Credits: 15
US Credits : 3/0/3
Syllabus: Download
ITC 4345
Games Portfolio Project
Application of game design and development skills on small-scale games using a variety of tools; game engines; game development; game design; planning and managing a portfolio of games.
Prerequisites: ITC 1070 or equivalent ITC 2053
UK Credits: ITC 4035
US Credits : 3/0/3
Syllabus: Download
ITC 4350
Immersive Computing – Level 6
Virtual, augmented and mixed realities; concepts in immersion, presence, and flow; approaches, tools and techniques; immersive technologies and paradigms; perceptual, cognitive, and symbolic aspects of the experience of VR and AR; impact on the user experience.
Prerequisites: ITC 2088 ITC 2197 or ITC 2053 ITC 3051
UK Credits: 15
US Credits : 3/0/3
Syllabus: Download
ITC 4380
Artificial Intelligence Principles - Level 6
State space search, knowledge representation, probabilistic reasoning, machine learning.
Prerequisites: ITC 2088 ITC 2197 or ITC 3234 ITC 3006
UK Credits: 15
US Credits : 3/0/3
Syllabus: Download
ITC 4426
Distributed Systems - Level 6
Distributed systems principles; communication; processes; naming; synchronization; fault tolerance; security; consistency and replication; object-based systems; document-based systems; distributed file systems; coordination-based systems; payment systems; Internet and web protocols; scalability.
UK Credits: 15
US Credits : 3/0/3
Syllabus: Download
ITC 4441
Web Science and Social Media Platform Analytics – Level 6
Social network characteristics. Network measures and models. Data mining in social networks.
UK Credits: 15
US Credits : 3/0/3
Syllabus: Download
ITC 4445
Games Portfolio – Level 6
Application of game design and development skills on small-scale games using a variety of tools; game engines; game programming; game design; planning and managing a portfolio of games.
UK Credits: 15
US Credits : 3/0/3
Syllabus: Download
ITC 4446
Intrusion Detection & Incident Response - Level 6
Intrusion prevention, detection, and response; defensive and offensive techniques and tools; network traffic analysis.
UK Credits: 15
US Credits : 3/0/3
Syllabus: Download
ITC 4447
Secure Software Development - Level 6
Best practices for developing secure software; coding techniques for data validation, session management, exception handling, data encryption; configuration techniques. Mitigating security risk from external and internal sources.
Prerequisites: ITC 2088 ITC 2197 ITC 3160 coreq.: ITC 4214
UK Credits: 15
US Credits : 3/0/3
Syllabus: Download
ITC 4558
High Performance Computing – Level 6
Big data challenges; multi-core programming; shared and distributed memory; concurrency models; synchronization and coordination; distributed algorithms and frameworks; GPU programming.
UK Credits: 15
US Credits : 3/0/3
Syllabus: Download
ITC 4568
Machine Learning – Level 6
Machine learning problem representation and optimization; supervised, unsupervised, adversarial and deep learning; decision trees, neural networks, vector machines, rule-extractors; density-based algorithms.
UK Credits: 15
US Credits : 3/0/3
Syllabus: Download
ITC 4648
Ethical Hacking & Penetration Testing - Level 6
Principles of ethical hacking and penetration testing using Kali Linux, Nessus, Metasploit Framework, and Tor. Reconnaissance/Footprinting, weaponization, privilege escalation, exfiltration. Scanning networks; enumeration; sniffing; vulnerability analysis. Denial-of-Service attacks; web apps hacking and patching; SQL injection & parameter binding. Buffer overflow attacks and defenses. Introduction to hacking wireless networks and IoT. Structured security testing aimed at finding focused security vulnerabilities, flaws, risks and unreliable environments.
Prerequisites: ITC 1070 ITC 2088 ITC 2024 ITC 2193 ITC 3160 coreq.: ITC 4214
UK Credits: 15
US Credits : 3/1.5/3
Syllabus: Download
ITC 4949
Cybersecurity & Networks Capstone Project - Level 6
Design, simulation/emulation, evaluation and testing of a cybersecurity solution or component applicable in a network device or part of a wireline or wireless network. Use of research results, networking and cybersecurity standards and solutions in order to produce publishable outcomes.
UK Credits: 15
US Credits : 3/0/3
Syllabus: Download
ITC 4979
ICT Capstone Project – Level 6
Work on an ICT solution or component, in the context of user experience, intelligent systems, games, or professional S/W solution on an approved topic, with minimum supervision.
UK Credits: 15
US Credits : 3/0/3
Syllabus: Download
JS 1001
LE Introduction to Criminal Justice - Level 4
Overview of the American criminal justice system. Examination of its various phases: investigation and detection of crimes by the police; prosecution of alleged offenders; adjudication of cases by courts; imprisonment of convicted offenders; re-integration. Overview of relevant Amendments to the U.S. Constitution and of landmark U.S. Supreme Court cases.
Prerequisites:
UK Credits: 15
US Credits : 3/0/3
Syllabus: Download
JS 2010
LE Law and Society
Definitions, origins, development, functions, systems and perspectives of law; theories on law and justice; overview of the U.S. judicial and legislative system and the legal profession; interaction between law and society; law and (in)equality, diversity, privacy; and human rights.
Prerequisites:
UK Credits:
US Credits : 3/0/3
Syllabus: Download
JS 3015
International and Transnational Crime and Justice
Overview of various types of international and transnational crimes. Analysis of their nature, characteristics, causes and consequences, and dimensions. International and regional organizations responsible for law enforcement and cross border cooperation in criminal matters. International legal instruments. Evolution of international and transnational criminal law and justice and current challenges.
Prerequisites:
UK Credits:
US Credits : 3/0/3
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JS 3024
Corruption and Anti-Corruption
History, concepts and definitions of corruption cross culturally; social causes of corruption and consequences; types of corruption; national and international efforts against corruption; ethics and controversial issues; civil society involvement; cases and best practices.
Prerequisites:
UK Credits:
US Credits : 3/0/3
Syllabus: Download
JS 3038
Criminology - Level 5
See SO 3038.
Prerequisites:
UK Credits: 15
US Credits : 3/0/3
Syllabus: Download
LI 2210
2210 LE Voices in European Literature and Culture
Selection of texts (in English translation) representing a variety of genres and/or authors in modern and contemporary European Literature. Emphasis on the search for what can be defined as European culture, i.e. aspects of diversity in unity as expressed in dynamics of literature and other cultural representations.
Prerequisites: WP 1010 WP 1111
UK Credits:
US Credits : 3/0/3
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LM 2020
Introduction to Logistics and Supply Chain Management - Level 4
Overview of the logistics and supply chain industry. The logistics and supply chain context, importance of logistics and supply chain management to value offered, economic impact of logistics and supply chain industry, functions and operations, basic principles.
Prerequisites:
UK Credits: 15
US Credits : 3/0/3
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LM 3025
Logistics Systems – Level 5
Demand forecasting, demand management, customer service, warehouse management, green, reverse and global logistics. Material flows in supply chain management. Logistics as a set of key processes and functions essential to strategic and operational success.
Prerequisites:
UK Credits: 15
US Credits : 3/0/3
Syllabus: Download
LM 3030
Transportation and Intermodal Systems – Level 5
Transportation systems and intermodal shipping networks; key principles governing transportation planning; transportation and logistics concepts.
Prerequisites:
UK Credits: 15
US Credits : 3/0/3
Syllabus: Download
LM 3045
Procurement – Level 5
Procurement as a strategic activity to enable innovation, reduce cost, and mitigate impact from/on the environment. Lean or agile supply chains, outsourcing, buyers-suppliers engagement throughout the product development process, and ‘sustainability’ in the supply chain.
Prerequisites:
UK Credits: 15
US Credits : 3/0/3
Syllabus: Download
LM 4040
Internship in Logistics and Supply Chain Management
Work-based experiential learning for logistics and supply chain management in organizations related to the industry. Students gain on-the-job experience and training as they learn to apply knowledge gained throughout the program to real life professional situations.
Prerequisites: Normally the student will have completed 70 credits before embarking on this module. Formal approval by the Department Head / Program Coordinator / Internship Administrator (as appropriate) is required.
UK Credits:
US Credits : 0/0/3
Syllabus: Download
LM 4242
Supply Chain Management - Level 6
Design and management of complex supply chain systems. A systems approach to the management of the activities involved in physically moving raw materials, in-process and finished-goods inventories from point of origin to point of use or consumption. Emerging information technologies.
Prerequisites: MA 1008 MA 2021
UK Credits: 15
US Credits : 3/0/3
Syllabus: Download
LM 4477
Contemporary Issues and Supply Chain 4.0 – Level 6
Contemporary issues in supply chain management in the digital era. Impact of artificial intelligence, blockchain, Internet of Things, robotics and 3D printing on supply chain.
Prerequisites: LM 2020 LM 3025 MA 2021 MG 2003
UK Credits: 15
US Credits : 3/0/3
Syllabus: Download
LM 4660
Capstone Project in Logistics and Supply Chain Management – Level 6
Qualitative or quantitative research into a topic related to logistics and supply chain management.
Prerequisites: BU 3233 LM 2020 LM 3025 MA 1008 MA 2021 MG 2003 Students must have at least 90 earned US credits before taking this course
UK Credits: 15
US Credits : 3/0/3
Syllabus: Download
LS 1000
Science and Everyday Life - Level 4
An introduction to natural sciences with emphasis on general scientific principles and their application to real-world situations, including topics such as the structure and properties of matter, energy and the laws of thermodynamics, chemical bonding, nuclear science, the origins of matter, Universe and stars as well as special topics related to everyday life such as water and air pollution, energy sources and chemicals of everyday life.
Prerequisites:
UK Credits: 15
US Credits : 3/1/4
Syllabus: Download
LS 1010
The Science of Living Things: An Integrated Approach - Level 4
An introduction to natural sciences with emphasis on living organisms, including formation and structure of the Earth and other planets, cycles of the Earth, principles of ecosystems, organization of cells and living organisms, molecules of life (proteins, carbohydrates, lipids), biochemistry of the cell, nucleic acids and modern genetics, nutrition, drugs, origins and evolution of life on Earth.
Prerequisites:
UK Credits: 15
US Credits : 3/1/4
Syllabus: Download
MA 1000
Mathematics for the Liberal Arts
Designed to give liberal arts students the skills required to understand and interpret quantitative information that they encounter in the news and in their studies, and to make quantitatively-based decisions in their lives. Topics include quantitative information in everyday life, financial management, probability, and statistics.
Prerequisites:
UK Credits:
US Credits : 3/0/3
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MA 1004
Intermediate Algebra
Real Numbers. Fractions, Decimals and Percents. Linear Equations and Inequalities. Systems of Linear Equations. Exponents and Polynomials. Rational Expressions. Rational Exponents and Radicals. Quadratic Equations.
This course is offered for non-graduation credit.
Prerequisites:
UK Credits:
US Credits : 3/0/3
Syllabus: Download
MA 1008
College Algebra
Linear, Quadratic, Polynomial, Rational, Exponential and Logarithmic Functions and their Graphs. Asymptotes and Continuity via Limits. Solution of Systems of Linear Equations. Matrices and Matrix Algebra. Determinants. Sequences and Series.
Prerequisites:
UK Credits:
US Credits : 3/0/3
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MA 2010
Statistics I - Level 4
Organizing and summarizing data. Probability distributions: binomial, Poisson, normal, t-distribution, chi-square. Sampling and sampling distribution of the mean. The central limit theorem. The course is not open to students who has previously completed an MA-course in statistics.
Prerequisites:
UK Credits: 15
US Credits : 3/1/3
Syllabus: Download
MA 2021
Applied Statistics - Level 4
A comprehensive introduction of statistics for business and economics. Descriptive and inferential statistics, regression analysis and analysis of variance (ANOVA).
Prerequisites:
UK Credits: 15
US Credits : 3/1/3
Syllabus: Download
MA 2025
Applied Statistics for Sciences - Level 4
A comprehensive introduction of statistics for the natural and physical sciences. Organizing and summarizing data. Descriptive and inferential statistics. Test for independence of two qualitative/categorical variables. Test of differences for related/ unrelated samples using parametric or non-parametric tests. Analysis of variance (ANOVA), correlation relationships and linear regression analysis. Consider applications in the sciences using software.
Prerequisites:
UK Credits: 15
US Credits : 3/1/3
Syllabus: Download
MA 2105
Applied Calculus - Level 4
Introduction to calculus and its application to the solution of problems arising in business, economics, and related fields. Differentiation, Marginal analysis, Integration, Optimization, Partial differentiation, Lagrange multipliers.
Prerequisites: MA 1008
UK Credits: 15
US Credits : 3/1/3
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MA 2130
Calculus I - Level 4
An introductory course in differential and integral calculus focusing on science and engineering applications. Differentiation and integration methods are applied to solve problems involving rates of change and optimization of one or two variables functions of various forms including polynomial and transcendental functions.
Prerequisites: MA 1008
UK Credits: 20
US Credits : 3/1.5/4
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MA 2240
Calculus II
This course is a continuation of Calculus I and provides a further study of integral calculus techniques for univariate functions with applications of the definite integral, including numerical integration, improper integrals, infinite series, parametric equations and curves in polar coordinates.
Prerequisites: MA 1008 MA 2130 or MA 2105
UK Credits:
US Credits : 3/1.5/4
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MA 3111
Statistics II - Level 5
Confidence interval for one mean, one variance, and one proportion. Hypotheses testing. Parametric tests for one mean and for the difference between two means. Parametric tests for one standard deviation and for the difference between two standard deviations. Parametric tests for one proportion and for the difference between two proportions. Test for independence of two qualitative/categorical variables. One way analysis of variance. Simple and multiple correlation and regression.
Prerequisites: MA 2010
UK Credits: 15
US Credits : 3/0/3
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MA 3323
Elementary Differential Equations
An introduction to methods for solving (ordinary) differential equations with constant or variable coefficients. First order differential equations including linear, exact, and separable equations. Euler’s method for approximate solutions. Solutions of higher order linear differential equations using undetermined coefficients, variation of parameters, power series, and the Laplace Transform. Solutions of systems of linear equations, eigenvalues and eigenvectors, with application to a range of modeling-based applications arising in the context of engineering and sciences.
Prerequisites: MA 1008 MA 2130 or MA 2105 MA 2240
UK Credits:
US Credits : 3/0/3
Syllabus: Download
MA 3345
Calculus III
A continuation of Calculus II. This is a study of multivariable calculus including vector-valued functions and the calculus of curves in space, differential calculus of multivariate functions, integral calculus of multivariate functions, spherical and cylindrical coordinates, line and surface integrals.
Prerequisites: MA 1008 MA 2130 MA 2240
UK Credits:
US Credits : 3/1.5/4
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MG 2003
Management Principles - Level 4
Nature, functions and responsibilities in the management of organizations. History of management thought, theories, concepts and practices. The managerial functions of planning and decision making, organizing, leading and controlling.
Prerequisites:
UK Credits: 15
US Credits : 3/0/3
Syllabus: Download
MG 2010
Introduction to Shipping - Level 4
Reasons for sea transport, the interactions with international trade, and fundamental concepts concerning the physical, economic and regulatory environment in which shipping operates.
Prerequisites:
UK Credits: 15
US Credits : 3/0/3
Syllabus: Download
MG 2014
Introduction to Human Resource Management - Level 4
Introduction to HRM, including HR methods and roles, key HRM functions, and the role of HRM in sustainability and development issues, including green HRM and sustainable employability for employees.
Prerequisites:
UK Credits: 15
US Credits : 3/0/3
Syllabus: Download
MG 2061
Ship Operations and Technical Management - Level 4
The ship as the production unit of a shipping firm. Principal ship types and corresponding cargoes, ship's equipment and machinery, ship and cargo operations, technical aspects of ship management.
Prerequisites:
UK Credits: 15
US Credits : 3/0/3
Syllabus: Download
MG 2062
Introduction to Entrepreneurship Management - Level 4
The significance of entrepreneurship to an economy. Theory and practice of entrepreneurship in start-ups and in established organizations. Entrepreneurial behaviors and challenges.
Prerequisites:
UK Credits: 15
US Credits : 3/0/3
Syllabus: Download
MG 2063
Principles of Operations Management - Level 4
An introduction to the field of operations management. Foundation material in understanding the management of both profit and non-profit organization’s operations. Familiarization with designing and managing operations.
Prerequisites:
UK Credits: 15
US Credits : 3/0/3
Syllabus: Download
MG 3019
Corporate Entrepreneurship and Innovation - Level 5
Managing innovation in start-ups and in existing organizations. Skills for introducing, analyzing, and managing the offering of break-through products and services. Practical application of innovation inside corporations.
Prerequisites:
UK Credits: 15
US Credits : 3/0/3
Syllabus: Download
MG 3033
New Ventures Creation- Level 5
New venture formation and entrepreneurship. Contemporary methods and best practices for the entrepreneur to plan, launch, and operate a new venture. Creation of a business plan.
Prerequisites: 15
UK Credits:
US Credits : 3/0/3
Syllabus: Download
MG 3034
LE Managing People and Organizations - Level 5
Major theories of organizational behavior and the emergence of strategic human resource management as a mechanism for managing people at work. Implications for managers in enacting work and people management activities.
Prerequisites:
UK Credits: 15
US Credits : 3/0/3
Syllabus: Download
MG 3058
International Shipping Policy - Level 5
International and European Union policies and regulatory frameworks that influence the developments in the shipping industry. Protection of human life, the marine environment, and property at sea. Responsibilities of states and private operators. Elements of risk management in shipping. The roles of international organizations and relevant conventions.
Prerequisites:
UK Credits: 15
US Credits : 3/0/3
Syllabus: Download
MG 3118
Developing Human Capital - Level 5
The role of developing human capital in achieving corporate objectives, through effective needs assessment, employee development plans and career management. Evaluation of the training and development effort, learning theories and e-learning.
Prerequisites: MG 2014
UK Credits: 15
US Credits : 3/0/3
Syllabus: Download
MG 3159
Port Management - Level 5
Port organization, functions, planning, operations, and management. Port competition and pricing. Modern port management practices with an emphasis on the position of ports in the logistics and supply chains. Port sustainability and environmental impacts.
Prerequisites: MG 2010
UK Credits: 15
US Credits : 3/0/3
Syllabus: Download
MG 3164
Talent Acquisition - Level 5
Models, methods, and practices of employee acquisition, including, human resource planning, job analysis, recruitment, selection and retention management, to achieve organizational effectiveness.
Prerequisites: MG 2014
UK Credits: 15
US Credits : 3/0/3
Syllabus: Download
MG 3272
Service Operations - Level 5
A broad introduction to the strategic and operational management challenges essential to enhance services provided to customers. Four main core operational tasks will be explored in deeper detail: Service concept, designing the service, managing the service operations and models for service management.
Prerequisites: MG 2003 or MG 3034 MK 2030
UK Credits: 15
US Credits : 3/0/3
Syllabus: Download
MG 4023
Business Negotiation - Level 6
The negotiation process, negotiation and management, and the concepts of power and influence at work and in other settings. Negotiation and the development of business agreements, corporate diplomacy, and the dynamics of bargaining in national and international contexts.
Prerequisites:
UK Credits: 15
US Credits : 3/0/3
Syllabus: Download
MG 4028
Corporate Social Responsibility - Level 6
Total systems approach to integrating factors related to the workplace, human rights, the community, the environment and the marketplace into core business strategies. Examination of the economic, environmental and social dimensions necessary for sustainable business success.
Prerequisites:
UK Credits: 15
US Credits : 3/0/3
Syllabus: Download
MG 4057
Project Management - Level 6
Project management as an interdisciplinary and cross-functional activity in an organization. Emphasis on the relationship of projects to the management of change and to the approaches and roles required to achieve successful project implementation.
Prerequisites:
UK Credits: 15
US Credits : 3/0/3
Syllabus: Download
MG 4071
Cruise Shipping- Level 6
Overview of the cruise industry and its history. Demand and supply dynamics. Economic, social, legal and environmental contexts. Security and risk assessment of cruise ships.
Prerequisites:
UK Credits: 15
US Credits : 3/0/3
Syllabus: Download
MG 4075
Internship in Human Resource Management
Work-based learning in human resource management in a business/organization setting. On-the-job training and work experience. Application of human resource management knowledge, principles and practices to the business/organization setting.
Prerequisites: Normally the student will have completed 70 credits before embarking on this module. Formal approval by the Department Head / Program Coordinator / Internship Administrator (as appropriate) is required.
UK Credits:
US Credits : 0/0/3
Syllabus: Download
MG 4085
Internship in Operations Management
Work-based learning in operations management in a business/organization setting. On-the-job training and work experience. Application of operations management knowledge, principles and practices to a business/organization setting.
Prerequisites: Normally the student will have completed 70 credits before embarking on this module. Formal approval by the Department Head / Program Coordinator / Internship Administrator (as appropriate) is required.
UK Credits:
US Credits : 0/0/3
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MG 4087
Short Sea Shipping - Level 6
Characteristics of short sea shipping, and fundamental concepts with regard to its internal and external environment. Ship types and major trade routes. Comparison with land based transport, policy background, regulations affecting short sea shipping and economic factors associated with Motorways of the Sea.
Prerequisites:
UK Credits: 15
US Credits : 3/0/3
Syllabus: Download
MG 4089
Internship in Entrepreneurship Management
Work-based learning in an entrepreneurial business/organization setting. On-the-job training and work experience. Application of entrepreneurship management knowledge, principles and practices to the entrepreneurial business and management setting.
Prerequisites: Normally the student will have completed 70 credits before embarking on this module. Formal approval by the Department Head / Program Coordinator / Internship Administrator (as appropriate) is required.
UK Credits:
US Credits : 0/0/3
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MG 4090
Internship In Shipping Management
Work-based learning in a business/organization in the shipping industry, or in another related area. On-the-job training and work experience. Application of shipping management knowledge, principles and practices to the actual shipping industry/business management setting.
Prerequisites: Normally the student will have completed 70 credits before embarking on this module. Formal approval by the Department Head / Program Coordinator / Internship Administrator (as appropriate) is required.
UK Credits:
US Credits : 0/0/3
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MG 4091
Managing Small and Medium Enterprises - Level 6
Key elements of small and medium enterprises (SMEs) and their unique character in comparison to larger organizations. The strategic position of SMEs in a national and international context. Realities and challenges of managing SMEs. The family business, its creation and evolution.
Prerequisites:
UK Credits: 15
US Credits : 3/0/3
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MG 4112
Carriage of Goods by Sea - Level 6
The framework of carriage of goods by sea pursuant to an international sale of goods contract and the fundamental concepts concerning rights and liabilities of parties in the procedure of transportation of those goods.
Prerequisites: MG 3058
UK Credits: 15
US Credits : 3/0/3
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MG 4120
International Human Resource Management - Level 6
Analysis of International Human Resource Management (IHRM): issues and practices. Focus on international recruitment, selection, training, global talent management and performance management. International assignments: forms, compensation, benefits and taxes. Labor law and industrial relations in international and EU context.
Prerequisites: MG 2003
UK Credits: 15
US Credits : 3/0/3
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MG 4121
Leadership - Level 6
Major theories and research findings in leadership. Application of theories and concepts to develop critical thinking and leadership skills. The dynamics of leadership. Topics include motivating and influencing people; power, politics and negotiation; teambuilding; managing conflict, leading decision groups; transformational, strategic leadership and change.
Prerequisites: MG 2003
UK Credits: 15
US Credits : 3/0/3
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MG 4122
Managing Organizational Change - Level 6
Theories, principles and practices of change. The organizational change process and overcoming resistance to change. Organizational development, intervention processes and the effective implementation of change strategies to improve organizational effectiveness including diversity driven change and inclusion strategies.
Prerequisites: MG 2003
UK Credits: 15
US Credits : 3/0/3
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MG 4129
Decision Making: A Qualitative Approach - Level 6
Rational decision making, in a multi-disciplinary context and in an uncertain, complex environment. The role of decision making in management. Foundations of managerial and strategic decision-making. Interdisciplinary aspects of managerial decision-making. Implementing strategic decisions. Gap analysis and the use of scenarios.
Prerequisites: MG 2003 or MG 3034
UK Credits: 15
US Credits : 3/0/3
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MG 4131
Strategic Human Resource Management - Level 6
SStrategic management of people to enhance the organization’s effectiveness. Human resource management theories, capturing strategic, institutional, contextual, critical, and sustainability perspectives. Students deepen their knowledge on HRM strategy and develop a related case study based on primary and secondary research.
Prerequisites: MG 2003
UK Credits: 15
US Credits : 3/0/3
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MG 4145
Total Quality Management - Level 6
The role of quality as a system for establishing global competitive position. The impact of tools and integration of customer, human resources and management issues. Topics include the role of management, cost of quality, methods to keep the product and process excellent, the excellence models, the ISO 9000 standards, and the philosophies and ideas of the leading thinkers in quality management.
Prerequisites: MG 2003 or MG 3034
UK Credits: 15
US Credits : 3/0/3
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MG 4151
Managing Performance and Rewards - Level 6
Compensation principles and strategy to achieve organizational effectiveness through job evaluation methods, salary surveys, creation of the wage structure, performance management, and the administration of compensation and benefits programs.
Prerequisites: MG 2003
UK Credits: 15
US Credits : 3/0/3
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MG 4155
Entrepreneurship Theory - Level 6
Theoretical analysis of entrepreneurship, utilizing a multidisciplinary approach to examine enterprise creation and the entrepreneur. Emphasis on economic, sociological, psychological, geographical and political theories of entrepreneurship.
Prerequisites: MG 3019
UK Credits: 15
US Credits : 3/0/3
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MG 4156
Enterprise Growth - Level 6
Analysis and evaluation of growth opportunities, growth strategies, and the role of innovation inside organizations. Management of growth and challenges that entrepreneurs need to face. Discussion of growth under the prism of a human-centered approach.
Prerequisites: MG 2003
UK Credits: 15
US Credits : 3/0/3
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MG 4167
Applied Project Management – Level 6
Advanced theories, tools, techniques, and methodologies in project management as applied in professional practice. Emulation of a business environment, involving negotiation, decision making, and team working, preparing students to engage professionally with project management.
Prerequisites: MG 4057
UK Credits: 15
US Credits : 3/0/3
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MG 4169
Chartering and Shipbroking - Level 6
Chartering of vessels and ship sale-and-purchase in theory and practice. Charter-party types, negotiations and documentation. Fixture and post fixture activities. Chartering decisions and shipbrokers’ contribution to chartering and sale-and-purchase transactions.
Prerequisites: MG 2010
UK Credits: 15
US Credits : 3/0/3
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MG 4173
Entrepreneurial Finance - Level 6
This course provides a rigorous and systematic study of theories and tools necessary for entrepreneurs to start build and harvest a successful venture. The course focuses on the understanding of financial planning specifics for new and small- scale businesses and the qualities required to obtain financing by primarily private investors.
Prerequisites: MG 3033
UK Credits: 15
US Credits : 3/0/3
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MG 4174
Contemporary Topics in Human Resource Management - Level 6
Students examine a range of topics in human resource management, such as flexible working arrangements, new forms of work, digital HRM and employee wellness. They deepen their knowledge on a specific topic and develop a related group project based on primary and secondary research in a real organization and offer actionable recommendations.
Prerequisites: MG 2003
UK Credits: 15
US Credits : 3/0/3
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MG 4176
Maritime Accounting and Reporting - Level 6
Overview of the main types of maritime shipping companies. Chart of accounts and form of financial statements of maritime shipping companies. Accounting treatment of vessels. Revenue and operating expenses recognition. Accounting treatment of various financing transactions. Disclosures in financial statements. Financial statements analysis for decision-making.
Prerequisites: AF 2007
UK Credits: 15
US Credits : 3/0/3
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MG 4178
HR Metrics and Analytics - Level 6
Introduction to HRM metrics and analytics. Exploration of the use of metrics and analytics within the HRM discipline. Application of evidence-based approaches to solve HRM related problems in contemporary organizations.
Prerequisites: MG 2003
UK Credits: 15
US Credits : 3/0/3
Syllabus: Download
MG 4188
Digital Marketing for Entrepreneurship - Level 6
The role of digital marketing in entrepreneurial success; how entrepreneurs can take advantage of digital platforms (internet, social media, mobile) to advance their business to investors and customers.
Prerequisites: MG 2030
UK Credits: 15
US Credits : 3/0/3
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MG 4246
Management Science - Level 6
Quantitative techniques used to provide insight into business decisions. Topics include linear programming, sensitivity analysis, networks, decision analysis, waiting lines, Markov analysis and simulation.
Prerequisites: MA 1008 MA 2021
UK Credits: 15
US Credits : 3/0/3
Syllabus: Download
MG 4270
Maritime Human Resource Management - Level 6
Managing maritime human resources for the sustainable competitive advantage of shipping companies. Characteristics of the seagoing and shore-based workforce. Special emphasis in analyzing the importance of a unified and coherent maritime human resource management system.
Prerequisites: MG 2010 MG 2003 or MG 3034
UK Credits: 15
US Credits : 3/0/3
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MG 4282
HRM Consultancy Project - Level 6
A field-based course designed to develop proficiencies in a range of skills required for professional careers in HRM.
Prerequisites: MG 2030 MG 4131
UK Credits: 15
US Credits : 3/0/3
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MG 4292
Shipping Law and Marine Insurance - Level 6
Legal aspects of national and international shipping. Historical dimension of global shipping and the development of the modern Greek and Greek-owned fleet since the last quarter of the 20th century. Legal structure of shipping companies, shipping contracts, legal aspects of ship finance, national, EU and International regulatory framework of shipping, marine insurance, collisions, pilotage, towage, salvage, general average, marine pollution, limitation of liability of the ship-owner.
Prerequisites: MG 2010 MG 3058
UK Credits: 15
US Credits : 3/0/3
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MG 4316
Maritime Financial Management - Level 6
Overview of the maritime shipping industry. Sources of capital in the maritime shipping industry. Capital budgeting and valuation of maritime shipping assets. Traditional, contemporary and alternative debt financing for ship-owning companies. Equity and debt capital markets available to maritime shipping companies. Maritime shipping equities valuation. Sources of risk in maritime shipping companies and risk mitigation strategies.
Prerequisites: AF 2007 EC 1000 FN 2127 or FN 3105
UK Credits: 15
US Credits : 3/0/3
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MG 4343
Operations Management - Level 6
Key elements of operations management as they apply to the production of goods and services offered by manufacturing or service organizations. Topics include nature and context of operations management, product design and process selection design of facilities and jobs, managing the supply chain, and revising the system.
Prerequisites: MG 2003 or MG 3034 MA 1008 MA 2021
UK Credits: 15
US Credits : 3/0/3
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MG 4415
Strategic Management - Level 6
Sources of competitive advantage, competitive advantage, superior performance. Steps of strategic planning process, analysis of external environment, analysis of internal environment, business-level strategies, corporate-level strategies, corporate governance, business ethics.
Prerequisites: AF 2007 EC 1000 FN 2128 or FN 3105 MG 2003 or MG 3034
UK Credits: 15
US Credits : 3/0/3
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MG 4548
Operations Strategy - Level 6
The use of manufacturing, operations, and technology as Competitive weapons. Competing through superior quality and productivity. Managing a system of manufacturing plans and operations sites. Planning and executing operations strategies over time.
Prerequisites: MA 1008 MA 2021 MG 2003 or MG 3034 MG 3272
UK Credits: 15
US Credits : 3/0/3
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MG 4577
Capstone Project in Human Resource Management - Level 6
Students conduct qualitative and/or quantitative research on a topic in organizational behaviour and human resource management, such as strategic human resource management, employee engagement, talent management and employee well-being and innovativeness.
UK Credits: 15
US Credits : 3/0/3
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MG 4579
Capstone Project in Operations Management - Level 6
Qualitative or quantitative research into a topic related to operations management.
Prerequisites: BU 3233 MA 1008 MA 2021 MG 2003 or MG 3034 MG 3272 Students must have at least 90 earned US credits before taking this course
UK Credits: 15
US Credits : 3/0/3
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MG 4580
Capstone Project in Shipping Management - Level 6
Qualitative or quantitative research into a topic related to shipping management. Special and unique aspects of the shipping companies operating in the global shipping industry, organizational systems of the shipping firm, strategic decisions concerning the fleet, trade, cargo, labour and other aspects of ship’s operation and management. Field research principally includes interviews with managers and/or maritime professionals in Greece.
Prerequisites: BU 3233 MA 2021 MG 2010 MG 3058 MG 3159 Students must have at least 90 earned US credits before taking this course.
UK Credits: 15
US Credits : 3/0/3
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MG 4586
Capstone Project in Entrepreneurship Management - Level 6
Research on contemporary topics in entrepreneurship management which includes a field research component.
Prerequisites: BU 3233 MA 2021 MG 2062 MG 3019 MG 4155 Students must have at least 90 earned US credits before taking this course.
UK Credits: 15
US Credits : 3/0/3
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MK 2030
Introduction to Marketing - Level 4
This course provides an understanding of basic marketing concepts, as they are used in different individual organizations. Marketing mix, segmentation, targeting, positioning, principles of consumer behavior, marketing research.
Prerequisites:
UK Credits: 15
US Credits : 3/0/3
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MK 2044
LE Social Media In An Interconnected Society
(same as CN/SO 2044) Overview of social media and their use for various purposes (informational, promotional, sales, etc.) with an emphasis on their impact on and relevance to contemporary society. A critical introduction to the use of Social Media for different purposes and causes serving the local and the global community. An interdisciplinary take on social media infused with approaches from diverse fields including sociology, communication, marketing.
Prerequisites:
UK Credits:
US Credits : 3/0/3
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MK 3131
Marketing Management – Level 5
The role of marketing in creating, communicating, and delivering a value proposition that meets the needs of the customers. Formulation and implementation of marketing strategy through commonly used marketing management tools.
Prerequisites: MK 2030
UK Credits: 15
US Credits : 3/0/3
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MK 3134
Brand Management – Level 5
Appreciate the complexity in the development of sustainable brands and how they deliver value to an organization. It considers a broad range of techniques and theories that help build brand equity and drive brand performance.
Prerequisites: MK 2030
UK Credits: 15
US Credits : 3/0/3
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MK 3135
Marketing Communications - Level 5
Marketing communications and their role within the overall marketing mix. The communication process. Marketing communication strategy. Marketing Communications Mix: Advertising, Promotions, Events, Sponsorship, Personal Selling, Direct Marketing, Placements, Social Media Marketing.
Prerequisites: MK 2030
UK Credits: 15
US Credits : 3/0/3
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MK 3155
Business to Business Marketing – Level 5
Business to business marketing is concerned with the marketing of goods and services to organizations. The key distinguishing feature of business marketing is the nature of the customer, rather than the nature of the product. Challenges and opportunities that marketers confront when they assess the needs of business organizations (manufacturers, resellers, government agencies and institutions) as customers. Comparison with the consumer household market and an analysis of the marketing strategy and tactics for business markets.
Prerequisites: MK 2030
UK Credits: 15
US Credits : 3/0/3
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MK 3159
Consumer Behaviour - Level 5
Processes used by consumers to select, purchase, and use products and services, factors affecting consumer behavior, and the implications for developing marketing strategies.
Prerequisites: MK 2030 or CN 2201
UK Credits: 15
US Credits : 3/0/3
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MK 4070
Personal Branding for Professionals
Major marketing theories and the emergence of branding as the mechanism for professionals to establish their personal brand. Processes and practices involved in developing and implementing a personal branding strategy using traditional and digital media.
Prerequisites:
UK Credits:
US Credits : 3/0/3
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MK 4104
Digital & Social Media Marketing - Level 6
Study of marketing on the Internet; how marketers can take advantage of the opportunities made possible by digital platforms such as websites, search (paid and organic), mobile and social media.
Prerequisites: MK 2030
UK Credits: 15
US Credits : 3/0/3
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MK 4143
Food Choices & Lifestyle – Level 6
An overview of individual food choice practices & trends; national / global lifestyles related to food choices; the importance of psychological processes in shaping food choices; ethical, cultural, and technological aspects of food choice.
Prerequisites: MK 2030
UK Credits: 15
US Credits : 3/0/3
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MK 4146
Luxury Branding and Fashion – Level 6
Luxury brand management. The luxury consumer. Fashion, society and the self. Fashion communications.
Prerequisites: MK 2030
UK Credits: 15
US Credits : 3/0/3
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MK 4148
Retail Business Strategy – Level 6
Examines the functions and applications of various retail strategy theories in the areas of planning, organizing, staffing, and evaluating. The use of analytical techniques for diagnosing the competitive position of retail-focused strategy, for building the retail brand, and for identifying ways to create economic value for retailers.
Prerequisites: MK 2030
UK Credits: 15
US Credits : 3/0/3
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MK 4153
Sales Management - Level 6
Salesforce management, the professional selling processes, the relationship between sales and marketing, account and territory management, sales strategies and customer relationship management in different contexts.
Prerequisites: MK 2030
UK Credits: 15
US Credits : 3/0/3
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MK 4156
Retailing and Supply Chain Management - Level 6
Major concepts of retail management. Issues of retail marketing communication, store formats and atmospherics, merchandising, store experience and engagement, customer service and after sales support concepts and techniques related to the effective design, planning, control and improvement of the retail supply chain.
Prerequisites: MK 2030
UK Credits: 15
US Credits : 3/0/3
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MK 4157
International Marketing - Level 6
Application of marketing principles to world markets in a variety of social, legal, technological and economic environments. Practices of international trade.
Prerequisites: MK 2030
UK Credits: 15
US Credits : 3/0/3
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MK 4162
Marketing of Services - Level 6
Topics related to the marketing of services delivered to the educational, banking, finance, entertainment, consulting, health, tourism industries and other. The distinctive nature of marketing in service contexts and its impact on service marketing strategy formulation.
Prerequisites: MK 2030
UK Credits: 15
US Credits : 3/0/3
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MK 4190
Internship in Marketing
Experiential learning in companies related to the industry. Students gain on-the-job experience and training as they learn to apply knowledge gained in the classroom to real life professional situations.
Prerequisites: MK 4070 At least 70 credits in the major
UK Credits:
US Credits : 0/0/3
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MK 4242
Marketing Creativity and Innovation – Level 6
Creativity and innovation for marketing. The creative product, the creative process and the creative person. Creative concepts and creative propositions for marketing communication and branding. Innovation and new product development. Consumer creativity.
Prerequisites: MK 2030 MK 3135
UK Credits: 15
US Credits : 3/0/3
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MK 4245
Promotions, Events and Experiences – Level 6
Promotions and activation campaigns. Events and Exhibitions. Experiential Marketing Communications. Non-traditional promotional tools. Touchpoints for consumer-brand interactions. Engagement and brand advocacy. Ethical issues.
Prerequisites: MK 2030 MK 3135
UK Credits: 15
US Credits : 3/0/3
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MK 4247
Applied Marketing Management & Metrics -Level 6
Provides a practical command of the marketing planning process. Evaluation of marketing decisions through the use of appropriate metrics to measure the effectiveness of different marketing activities.
Prerequisites: MK 2030 MK 3131
UK Credits: 15
US Credits : 3/0/3
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MK 4249
Advertising in Digital and Mass Media – Level 6
Principles of advertising. Theories and practices. Advertising planning process. Special topics in advertising.
Prerequisites: MK 2030 MK 3135
UK Credits: 15
US Credits : 3/0/3
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MK 4358
Applied Marketing Research – Level 6
Marketing research as a tool for decision- making and problem-solving in marketing. The research process. Research design and methodology, design sample, data collection, analysis and interpretation of data in specific marketing applications.
Prerequisites: MK 2030 MA 2021 BU 3233
UK Credits: 15
US Credits : 3/0/3
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MK 4468
Integrated Marketing Communication Campaigns - Level 6
Marketing research as a tool for decision- making and problem-solving in marketing. The research process. Research design and methodology, design sample, data collection, analysis and interpretation of data in specific marketing applications.
Prerequisites: MK 2030 MK 3159 MK 3134 MK 3135
UK Credits: 15
US Credits : 3/0/3
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MK 4860
Marketing Strategy and Topics: Capstone – Level 6
The Capstone course aims to integrate the knowledge you have acquired throughout this Program and asks you to apply what you have learned in earlier courses in a term- long consultive project of a real marketing situation. The course is divided into different components of the Marketing Strategy: Market Analysis, Marketing Strategy, Marketing Mix implementation and Expected Results. Special emphasis is given to the conditions, both internal and external, in which a firm operates and provide a framework for making marketing decisions.
UK Credits: 15
US Credits : 3/0/3
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MU 1000
LE Listening to Music
This course aims to develop student's musical knowledge and listening skills through the examination of musical genres and diverse examples of musical practice in varied social, cultural, and historical contexts. Students will learn about the ethical qualities attributed to music over time and what music might mean in varied contexts and through extra-musical association.
MU 1000 ON is not available to students on US Federal Financial Aid.
Prerequisites:
UK Credits:
US Credits : 3/0/3
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MU 1003
History Of Jazz & Blues Music
History of the jazz and blues music idioms in 20th century American music. Examine works and learn about the contributions of selected artists to the development of jazz music.
Prerequisites:
UK Credits:
US Credits : 3/0/3
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MU 1007
History of Pop and Rock Music
A history of pop and rock music idioms in American popular music from 1950 to the present.
Prerequisites:
UK Credits:
US Credits : 3/0/3
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MU 1011
Piano Lab I
Introduction to the keyboard and the fundamentals of reading music at the piano. Students develop elementary keyboard techniques through group instruction and individual practice. Does not satisfy the humanities requirement.
Prerequisites:
UK Credits:
US Credits : 3/0/3
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MU 1033
Introduction to Musical Theatre: An American Art Form
A survey and analysis of the history and development of musical theater focusing on the most significant American musicals, their creators and performing artists.
Prerequisites:
UK Credits:
US Credits : 3/0/3
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MU 1039
LE Experiencing Music
Students will learn about and gain practical experience of the music of diverse cultures through collaborative group music making activities. They will develop musical understanding and fundamental skills in reading and music notation and performing as a member of a group. Students will attend cultural events and plan and engage in activities that serve the community.
Prerequisites:
UK Credits:
US Credits : 3/0/3
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MU 1051
Applied Music I - Music Forum Performance Lab
Individual instrumental/vocal lessons. Instruction in technical development, musicianship, performance etiquette, repertoire selection, musical interpretation and stylistic considerations. Students attend a weekly Music Forum Performance Lab and perform on a regular basis. Previous instrumental training required. (See ABRSM Grade 5 as a reference for minimum entry level repertoire and achievement)
Does not satisfy the humanities requirement.
Prerequisites: Audition: contact Music Department Head
UK Credits:
US Credits : 1/2/3
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MU 1075
Music Fundamentals: How Music Works
This course acquaints students with how music works through a practical study of the fundamentals of music theory at the keyboard. Students will learn to read music notation and play basic musical ideas at the keyboard. Through the examination of the materials of music, students will also learn about the natural properties of sound, the music of diverse cultures and the ethical qualities attributed to music over time. No previous knowledge of music is required. This course is taught in a piano lab.
Prerequisites:
UK Credits:
US Credits : 3/0/3
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MU 1152
Applied Music II - Music Forum Performance Lab
Individual instrumental/vocal lessons. Instruction in technical development, musicianship, performance etiquette, repertoire selection, musical interpretation and stylistic considerations. Students attend a weekly Music Forum Performance Lab and perform on a regular basis. Previous instrumental training required.
Does not satisfy the humanities requirement.
Prerequisites: MU 1051
UK Credits:
US Credits : 1/2/3
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MU 2014
Theory and Musicianship I - Level 4
Introduction to the fundamental concepts of music theory and its relationship to musical practice. The focus will be on the study of rhythmic, melodic and basic harmonic structures in Western classical and popular music, and the ability to recognize them aurally and through the study of written scores. Students will develop foundational musical competencies in listening, creatively manipulating the building blocks of music and composing rudimental musical ideas.
Prerequisites: Placement examination and by permission. Students should have previous knowledge of music notation.
UK Credits: 15
US Credits : 3/1.5/3
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MU 2030
Film Music - Level 4
Students will study the evolution of film music as a major art form of the twentieth- and twenty-first century and examine the stylistic, structural, aesthetic and technical issues of film scoring in relation to various historical periods, socio-economic contexts and technological developments. Selected film scores from the silent era and the golden age of Hollywood to the present time will be studied, aiming to enhance critical understanding and appreciation of the art of film music and its relationship to film image.
Prerequisites:
UK Credits: 15
US Credits : 3/0/3
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MU 2032
Musical Theatre Performance Skills - Level 4
This course introduces and develops interdisciplinary musical theater performance skills. Students individually and within a group develop and integrate practical skills in music and singing, movement and dance, as well as acting and characterization. Students experience how song, dance and dramatic interpretation merge and evolve to create a musical theatre performance.
Prerequisites:
UK Credits: 15
US Credits : 3/0/3
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MU 2035
Cultural Perspectives on American Music - Level 4
This course examines the music and culture of the United States of America with a focus on the emergence of popular styles and genres. A wide range of repertoires representing the ethnic and cultural diversity contributing to American music is explored within its social and cultural contexts.
Prerequisites:
UK Credits: 15
US Credits : 3/0/3
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MU 2038
Music Around the World - Level 4
This course focuses on the study of traditional and folk musical practices from selected cultures around the world. Students will undertake an interdisciplinary exploration of music both as sound, as cultural expression and as means of organizing human activity. Issues of identity, gender, representation, meaning and globalization will be explored and will be framed within a geographical and topological organization.
Prerequisites:
UK Credits: 15
US Credits : 3/0/3
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MU 2044
Jazz and Popular Music Ensemble I - Level 4
This course aims to develop group performance skills though the exploration of jazz and/or popular musical styles. Students develop practical musical skills, rhythmic and harmonic concepts, fundamental improvisation techniques, and collaborative performance experience as members of a band. This course meets twice a week for one instructional class and one independent group rehearsal and is offered over two consecutive assessment periods.
Prerequisites: Previous instrumental or vocal experience
UK Credits: 15
US Credits : 3/0/3
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MU 2049
Recording Studio Techniques - Level 4
A comprehensive introduction to the tools and techniques found in a modern recording studio. Extensive practical work based around making well-managed high quality recordings using a range of studio tools (microphones, mixers etc.) will be complemented by an exploration of the underlying theoretical issues in acoustics and sound engineering, and the manner in which these tools and techniques can be extended to live sound engineering.
Prerequisites:
UK Credits: 15
US Credits : 3/0/3
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MU 2053
Applied Music III and Music Forum Performance Lab - Level 4
The course offers individual instrumental/vocal instruction, developing musical understanding, creativity and a range of technical and interpretive skills. In addition to weekly lessons, students gain valuable presentation experience at the Music Forum Performance Lab. The minimum standard of proficiency as reflected in repertoire selections is aligned, but not limited to ABRSM Grade 7. More advanced repertoire is encouraged and may be selected from other sources.
Prerequisites: Previous training and an audition: contact the Music Department Head
UK Credits: 15
US Credits : 1/2/3
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MU 2076
Music Performance Workshop I - Level 4
This course aims to establish fundamental collaborative performance skills through the exploration of a range of musical styles including original compositions and arrangements. Students develop rehearsal and performance techniques combined with critical skills of musical sensitivity, listening awareness, and communication in collaborative work.
This course is offered over two consecutive assessment periods.
Prerequisites: Previous music performance experience (By permission)
UK Credits: 15
US Credits : 3/0/3
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MU 2112
Musicianship at the Keyboard – Level 4
Students are introduced to fundamental piano techniques and practices, and develop a broad range of musicianship skills at the keyboard. Students develop skills in music dictation, solfege and sight-reading and ability to build and play major and minor scales, triads and seventh chords, lead-sheet symbols, exercises on rhythm, intervals, chord progressions and cadences.
This course is offered over two consecutive assessment periods.
Prerequisites: MU 1075 or by permission (placement test)
UK Credits: 15
US Credits : 3/0/3
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MU 2125
History of Western Music I - Antiquity through the Baroque - Level 4
The course is a survey of Western music from Antiquity, Middle Ages, and Renaissance through the Baroque period. Students will examine sources and representative works, illustrating the development of notation, forms, style, instrumental and vocal genres within historical, social, and cultural contexts.
Prerequisites: WP 1010
UK Credits: 15
US Credits : 3/0/3
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MU 2134
History of Western Music II - 1750 Through the 20th Century - Level 4
This course is a survey of Western music from the Pre-Classical, Classical, Romantic periods through the Twentieth Century. Students will examine representative works that illustrate the development of instrumental and vocal forms, and styles within historical, social, and cultural contexts.
Prerequisites: WP 1010
UK Credits: 15
US Credits : 3/0/3
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MU 2154
Applied Music IV and Music Forum Performance Lab - Level 4
The course offers individual instrumental/vocal instruction, developing musical understanding, creativity and a range of technical and interpretive skills. In addition to weekly lessons, students gain valuable performance and presentation experience at the Music Forum Performance Lab.
Prerequisites: MU 2053
UK Credits: 15
US Credits : 1/2/3
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MU 2159
Theory And Musicianship II - Level 4
In this course students will further engage in the study of music theory and its relationship to musical practice. The main focus will be on tonal harmonic structures in Western classical and popular music, including diatonic progressions, seventh chords, non-chord tones, principles of melodic composition, species counterpoint, and an introduction to orchestration. Students will further develop foundational musical competencies in listening, score reading, harmonization, analysis, elementary composition and scoring for instrumental and vocal ensembles.
Prerequisites: MU 2014 or placement examination
UK Credits: 15
US Credits : 3/1.5/3
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MU 2177
Music Technology I – Fundamentals – Level 4
An introduction to the key technical systems supporting music making via technology: MIDI, digital audio, sound synthesis and sampling. The focus will be on understanding the technical principles in operation in each area, relating these to the language and practice of music, and then building practical familiarity and experience with a range of different example tools.
Prerequisites: CS 1070 or ITC 1070
UK Credits: 15
US Credits : 3/0/3
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MU 3061
Music Theatre Workshop I - Level 5
The course offers students training in singing, acting, movement and performance techniques, drawing from various musical genres and acting methods. Students work individually and in groups to improve their experience of vocal, physical, musical and dramatic performance supported by the understanding of music theater concepts and contexts.
Prerequisites: By permission
UK Credits: 15
US Credits : 3/1.5/3
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MU 3063
Studio Production Techniques - Level 5
An introduction to music production, arranging and composition using computer-based studio, synthesizers, samplers and outboard equipment. Topics covered include programming, sequencing, audio processing using equalizers, dynamic processors and effects, stereo and surround mixing techniques, and use of software-based virtual instruments.
Prerequisites:
UK Credits: 15
US Credits : 3/0/3
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MU 3141
Filmscore and Soundtrack - Level 5
Students will engage in the study of the aesthetic and technical practices of film music and sound through theoretical and practical approaches. The focus will be on the interaction between soundtrack and image track, on the level of form, rhythm, style and emotion, as well as on the creative processes of film scoring. The study of selected film scores illustrating the multiple techniques and functions of film scoring will be combined with original practical work in the environment of a lab.
Prerequisites: MU 2014 or equivalent
UK Credits: 15
US Credits : 3/0/3
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MU 3162
Music Performance Workshop II – Level 5
This workshop is focused on the development of collaborative performance skills though the exploration of a range of musical styles including original compositions and arrangements. Students further the development of rehearsal and performance techniques as well as critical skills of musical sensitivity and responsiveness, listening awareness, and communication in collaborative work.
This course is offered over two consecutive assessment periods.
Prerequisites: MU 2076 or by permission
UK Credits: 15
US Credits : 3/0/3
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MU 3164
Sound Design - Level 5
(Same as CN 3164)
An exploration of sound design as applied to film and television (foley sound), computer games, theatre and installations in cultural spaces (museums and galleries). The course engages with the theoretical background for work in the field before combining this with extensive practical work that allows students to establish key skills and creative practical experience.
Prerequisites: CS 1070 or ITC 1070
UK Credits: 15
US Credits : 3/0/3
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MU 3178
Jazz and Popular Music Ensemble II – Level 5
This course aims to develop group performance skills though the exploration of jazz and popular musical styles. Students develop practical musical skills, improvisation techniques, and collaborative performance approaches.
This course is offered over two consecutive assessment periods.
Prerequisites: MU 2014
UK Credits: 15
US Credits : 3/0/3
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MU 3215
Theory And Musicianship III - Level 5
Students will engage in the study of advanced music theory and will investigate its relationship to musical practice in contemporary settings. The focus will be on linear and harmonic practices in tonal Western music including modulations, modal interchange, extended and altered chords, chord substitutions, chord-scale relationships, counterpoint, thematic manipulation techniques, contemporary rhythmic theory and practice, as well as orchestration and introductory arranging. Students will develop musical competencies in listening, harmonic analysis, score reading, writing lead-sheets, rhythmic training, and keyboard skills.
Prerequisites: MU 2014 MU 2159
UK Credits: 15
US Credits : 3/1.5/3
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MU 3219
Music Technology II - Creativity & Innovation – Level 5
The course explores new and innovative approaches to music technology that have been developed to meet evolving creative musical needs and changing technical developments. Students will make use of musical programming environments to practically investigate musical creativity and how this relates to underlying technical systems.
Prerequisites: CS 1070 or ITC 1070 MU 2177
UK Credits: 15
US Credits : 3/0/3
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MU 3255
Applied Music V and Music Forum Performance Lab - Level 5
The course offers further individual instrumental or vocal instruction, developing musical understanding, creativity and a range of technical and interpretive skills. In addition to weekly lessons, students gain valuable performance and presentation experience at the Music Forum Performance Lab.
Prerequisites: MU 2053 MU 2154
UK Credits: 15
US Credits : 1/2/3
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MU 3324
Researching and Writing about Music - Level 5
An introduction to the research skills and resources used to support academic work in music and the key concepts and approaches used in current musicology, closely integrated with an exploration of the many ways in which music can be discussed and written about.
Prerequisites: WP 1010 WP 1111 WP 1212
UK Credits: 15
US Credits : 3/0/3
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MU 3329
Theory And Musicianship IV - Level 5
Students will explore a range of key music theory issues that emerged in the light of the new musical ideas of the twentieth century. The course will focus on the theoretical understanding of key movements in twentieth century music, combined with the practical development of musicianship skills.
Prerequisites: MU 2014 MU 2159 MU 3215
UK Credits: 15
US Credits : 3/1.5/3
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MU 3356
Applied Music VI and Music Forum Performance Lab - Level 5
The course offers further individual instrumental or vocal instruction, developing musical understanding, creativity and a range of technical and interpretive skills. In addition to weekly lessons, students gain valuable performance and presentation experience at the Music Forum Performance Lab.
Prerequisites: MU 2053 MU 2154 MU 3225
UK Credits: 15
US Credits : 1/2/3
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MU 3436
Musician in Context - Level 5
This course examines the life, music and legacy of creative musicians in the context of their times. Approaches and issues around the creative process of writing historical biography will be discussed and the scholarly discourses that have informed the creation, dissemination and reception of the creative musicians and their works will be examined.
Prerequisites: WP 1010 WP 1111 WP 1212 MU 2014 or (the ability to read music)
UK Credits: 15
US Credits : 3/0/3
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MU 3437
Issues in Performance - Level 5
Students will explore topics, ideas and issues related to the performance of music, drawing from a variety of periods, places, and sources. Students will engage in critical listening, score reading, examining, analysing, and evaluating a range of musical sources in order to develop a critical understanding of musical performance today.
Prerequisites: WP 1010 WP 1111 WP 1212 MU 2014 or the ability to read music
UK Credits: 15
US Credits : 3/0/3
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MU 4043
Experimental Sound Art - Level 6
In this course students will explore the key ideas and artistic practices found within the field of experimental sound art. They will establish an understanding of the evolution of sound art and its context within the wider arts, while at the same time gaining a technical foundation in working artistically with sound. Considerable attention will be given to practical activities, where students will engage with the creation of sound art works in order to develop their practical skills and their ability to realize personal creative concepts in the domain of sound.
Prerequisites:
UK Credits: 15
US Credits : 3/0/3
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MU 4066
Music In The Community - Level 6
Students will learn about the transformative power of music when shared in the community. They will deepen their understanding of the conceptual ideas of community music and of the ideology that support its practice. Students will develop the practical, creative and entrepreneurial skills needed in planning and facilitating community music projects in a range of settings.
Prerequisites:
UK Credits: 15
US Credits : 3/0/3
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MU 4108
Music Performance Workshop III - Level 6
This workshop is focused on furthering the development of collaborative performance skills as well as creative and critical skills involved in rehearsing and preparing for a successful performance. Students perform, collaborate and critically listen to each other as they participate in various performance projects; cultivating artistic and critical skills of listening awareness, perception, responsiveness, reasoning, judgement and communication. Any musical style or repertoire can be brought to the workshop, including original compositions and arrangements.
This course is offered over two consecutive assessment periods.
Prerequisites: MU 2076 or MU 3162 or by permission
UK Credits: 15
US Credits : 3/0/3
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MU 4131
Studies In Modern Greek Music - Level 6
In this course students will study the evolution of Greek music in the twentieth century, with focus on major musical movements, cultures and trends in historical and social context. Students will critically examine associations with the stylistic foundations of the Greek musical tradition, representative works of leading Greek composers and musical forms; styles, performance practices and instrumentation through listening and score reading. Students will further engage with special topics in modern Greek music through individual research work and creative activities.
Prerequisites: MU 2014 or equivalent
UK Credits: 15
US Credits : 3/0/3
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MU 4167
Music Theatre Workshop II - Level 6
The course enables students to extend and integrate singing, acting, movement and performance techniques drawing from a wide range of musical genres and acting methods. Students work individually and in groups to conceive, design, plan and present an original music theater project, implementing established and experimental music theater concepts, thus preparing for entry in the profession.
Prerequisites: MU 3061 or by permission
UK Credits: 15
US Credits : 3/1.5/3
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MU 4265
Jazz and Popular Music Ensemble III – Level 6
The class will focus on the development of advanced music improvisation and ensemble performance skills. Students will learn how to improvise coherently in various music styles and will be encouraged to cultivate creativity and the development of a personal voice though intensive independent work. Students will develop collaborative performance approaches and apply practical musical skills essential to working in groups.
This course is offered over two consecutive assessment periods.
Prerequisites: MU 2014 MU 3178
UK Credits: 15
US Credits : 3/0/3
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MU 4368
Selected Topics In Art Song And Opera - Level 6
In-depth investigation of a selected topic in vocal genres. The topic of the seminar will be chosen by the instructor and will bring to focus selected musical issues.
Prerequisites: MU 2014 MU 2159 MU 3215
UK Credits: 15
US Credits : 3/0/3
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MU 4440
Modernism - Level 6
In this course students will develop an understanding of the stylistic diversity that emerged in the revolutionary time of musical Modernism in relation to the traditional continuum and to other forms of artistic expression. The plurality of musical and aesthetic construction will be captured through selected works and scores and will be discussed in relation to independent texts, literature and visual arts of the time.
Prerequisites: WP 1010 WP 1111 WP 1212 MU 3324
UK Credits: 15
US Credits : 3/0/3
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MU 4457
Applied Music VII and Music Forum Performance Lab - Level 6
The course offers advanced individual instrumental or vocal instruction, further developing musical understanding, creativity and a range of technical and interpretive skills. In addition to weekly lessons, students gain valuable performance and presentation experience at the Music Forum Performance Lab.
Prerequisites: MU 2053 MU 2154 MU 3255 MU 3356
UK Credits: 15
US Credits : 1/2/3
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MU 4469
Selected Topics In Composition - Level 6
An exploration of creative musical techniques and practice through the study of compositional ideas, techniques and example works as chosen by the instructor. A full range of compositional styles and methods is open for investigation, together with approaches that integrate composition into new media practices.
Prerequisites: MU 2014 MU 2159 MU 3215 MU 3329
UK Credits: 15
US Credits : 3/0/3
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MU 4488
Composing and Arranging for Small Ensembles - Level 6
Students will learn how to compose and arrange music for small to medium-sized ensembles in “modern music” genres from jazz to an assortment of popular music styles. They will be encouraged to cultivate creativity and the development of a personal voice. The course will focus on the development of advanced skills in music cognition and the integration of music theory with practice.
Prerequisites: MU 2014 MU 2159 MU 3215 MU 3329
UK Credits: 15
US Credits : 3/0/3
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MU 4489
Selected Topics in Music Analysis – Level 6
An exploration of music analysis comprising a range of standard analytical, psychological and formal methods. Students will explore extensive worked examples of analysis across the musical repertoire.
Prerequisites: MU 2014 MU 2159 MU 3215 MU 3329
UK Credits: 15
US Credits : 3/0/3
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MU 4558
Capstone In Applied Music VIII And Music Forum Performance Lab - Level 6
The applied capstone course offers advanced individual instrumental or vocal instruction, developing musical understanding, creativity and a range of technical and interpretive skills leading to the presentation of a complete recital of varied repertoire. In addition to weekly lessons, students gain valuable performance and presentation experience at the Music Forum Performance Lab.
UK Credits: 15
US Credits : 1/2/3
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MU 4690
Selected Topics in Musicology – Level 6
In-depth investigation of a musicological topic. The topic of the seminar will bring to focus selected musical issues leading to further investigation and research.
UK Credits: 15
US Credits : 3/0/3
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MU 4848
Music Capstone - Level 6
Students undertake an extended piece of independent project work that engages with a musical issue of their own choosing, ranging across the whole scope of music studies from musicology through to creative composition. This project will act as a showcase for their studies on the music program. The course is designed around structured tutorial support that aims to further develop in students the skills of planning, implementation, evaluation and critical reflection as applied to a project in progress.
This course is offered over two consecutive assessment periods.
UK Credits: 15
US Credits : 3/0/3
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OC 1000
Oceanography: Physics and Geology of the Ocean Basins
Principles of oceanography with emphasis on geological and physical processes: history of oceanography as a modern scientific field, the formation of the Earth and the solar system, ocean floor topography, continental drifting, plate tectonics, sediments, atmospheric processes, ocean currents, waves and tides.
Prerequisites:
UK Credits:
US Credits : 3/1.5/4
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OC 1001
Life in the Oceans
Principles of chemical and biological oceanography with emphasis on chemical and biological processes, the properties and origin of water and salts, major constituents, dissolved gases and nutrients, the carbon dioxide system, coastal processes, the biological productivity of the oceans, ecology, distribution and classification of marine organisms, ocean resources and ocean pollution.
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UK Credits:
US Credits : 3/1.5/4
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PE 1001
Swimming
The six basic techniques of swimming – free style, back stroke, elementary backstroke, breast stroke, side stroke and butterfly along with entries, turns, and underwater swimming will be taught. Elements of water safety will be introduced
Graded on a P/F basis.
Prerequisites:
UK Credits:
US Credits : 0/2/1
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PE 1003
Tennis
Introduction and refinement of basic stroke techniques. Gain an awareness of strategies and court positioning.
Graded on a P/F basis.
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UK Credits:
US Credits : 0/2/1
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PE 1004
Nutrition
Principles of nutrition and the importance of nutrition in promoting growth and health. A sample of nutritional issues to be covered include: obesity, vegetarianism, sports nutrition as well as the needs of special groups.
Graded on a P/F basis.
Prerequisites:
UK Credits:
US Credits : 2/0/2
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PE 1006
Power Pilates
A course that combines Pilates and Aerobics. Pilates as a workout that strengthens muscles, improves posture, balance and flexibility. Aerobics conditions the cardiovascular system. These two types of exercise are combined to work together toward a goal of overall fitness/health.
Graded on a P/F basis.
Prerequisites:
UK Credits:
US Credits : 0/2/1
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PE 1008
Water Fitness
A water exercise program aimed at improving several fitness components and help in the prevention and care of injuries.
Graded on a P/F basis.
Prerequisites:
UK Credits:
US Credits : 0/2/1
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PE 1010
First Aid and CPR
Knowledge and skills for CPR and FIRST AID taught. Included are CPR for adults, infants, and children and first aid for wounds, shock, burns, muscle, bone and joint injuries and for sudden illness. Emphasis will be on safety education for prevention, as well as follow-up care after injuries and illness.
Prerequisites:
UK Credits:
US Credits : 2/0/1
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PE 1014
Intercollegiate Athletics
Participation in one of the college’s intercollegiate sports teams. Sportsmanship and teamwork both on and off the field.
Graded on a P/F basis.
Prerequisites:
UK Credits:
US Credits : 0/2/1
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PE 1016
Team Sports
This course is a combination of four team sporting activities; soccer, basketball, volleyball, and water-polo. It is designed to provide the novice through the elite athlete a broader outlook and appreciation of different sports. Instruction includes: game rules, techniques, strategies, nuances, and injury prevention. Emphasis on sportsmanship as a player, spectator, and fan which carries over into fair play in all aspects of life.
Graded on a P/F basis.
Prerequisites:
UK Credits:
US Credits : 0/2/1
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PE 1017
Individual Sports
This class is a combination of five individual sporting activities; tennis, table tennis, running, swimming, badminton. It is designed to provide the novice through the elite athlete a broader outlook and appreciation of different individual sports. Instruction includes: sport rules, techniques, strategies, nuances, and injury prevention. Emphasis on sportsmanship as a player, spectator, and fan which carries over into fair play in all aspects of life.
Graded on a P/F basis.
Prerequisites:
UK Credits:
US Credits : 0/2/1
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PE 1018
Fitness Alternatives
A combination of seven fitness activities (Power Pilates, Strength Training, Walking & Jogging, Power Lifting, Water Fitness, Yoga, and Latin Dance) designed for the novice through elite athlete with instruction on proper techniques, personal assessment, program design, motivation, precautions, contraindications, and injury prevention and treatment. This is one of three classes designed to give students an opportunity to experience some of the opportunities in fitness & sports available at the college.
Graded on a P/F basis.
Prerequisites:
UK Credits:
US Credits : 0/2/1
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PH 1000
LE Introduction to Philosophy - Level 4
Overview of the most influential philosophical answers to ‘big’ questions about reality, knowledge and ourselves. An introduction to philosophical ways of thinking.
Prerequisites:
UK Credits: 15
US Credits : 3/0/3
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PH 1001
Critical Thinking - Level 4
Introduction to reasoning with an emphasis on critical thinking. Training in the application of practical decision-making in various domains, such as politics, law, management, science,media and everyday life issues.
Prerequisites:
UK Credits: 15
US Credits : 3/0/3
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PH 2003
Philosophy of Technology in the Information Era - Level 4
An introduction to philosophical thinking about technology. Issues reviewed include, but are not limited to, minds, machines, and artificial intelligence; contemporary ethical problems in technology; virtual reality; and the online experience. The course is of interest to all students wanting to expand their thinking on, and understanding of, technology.
Prerequisites:
UK Credits: 15
US Credits : 3/0/3
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PH 2014
LE Aesthetics - Level 4
An introduction to the philosophy of art and aesthetic appreciation. Overview of theories based on key concepts such as representation, form, artistic expression and creativity, aesthetic experience. Contemporary discussion of the definition and criticism of art, traditional and new arts, artistic institutions and cultural politics.
Prerequisites:
UK Credits: 15
US Credits : 3/0/3
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PH 2016
Philosophy and Cinema - Level 4
Introduction to philosophical perspectives about cinema and the cinematic experience. Overview of key philosophical ideas on the nature of cinema as art and entertainment, the role of emotion in our film experiences, and the ways in which films engage with philosophical ideas and arguments.
Prerequisites:
UK Credits: 15
US Credits : 3/0/3
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PH 2020
Greek Philosophy - Level 4
At the birth of philosophy, the Presocratic thinkers form our conception of nature, knowledge and man. Examination of their influence on science and philosophy. Comparative study of the views of Socrates and those of the Sophists. Thematic review of ancient Greek thought from Plato’s early dialogues, to Neoplatonism.
Prerequisites:
UK Credits: 15
US Credits : 3/0/3
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PH 2029
Philosophy of Human Nature – Level 4
Examination of the conceptual framework wherein various accounts of “human nature”. Philosophical figures to be discussed include: Plato, Thucydides, Aristotle, Augustine, Rousseau, Hobbes, Spinoza, Kant, Hegel, Marx, Nietzsche, Gehlen, Plessner, Lukacs, Landmann, Radin, C.L. Strauss, Heller, Scheler, Sartre, Schmitt, Foucault, Koselleck, Kondylis.
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UK Credits: 15
US Credits : 3/0/3
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PH 3005
LE Business Ethics - Level 5
Introduction to major theories and basic moral problems in the domain of business. The use of reasoning in moral assessment of business practices. Application of moral theories to specific cases of corporate conduct ranging from the individual to society in general, in the local and the international context.
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UK Credits: 15
US Credits : 3/0/3
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PH 3009
Evolution and Revolution: Nietzsche, Freud, Marx, Darwin - Level 5
The Examining the main themes of Nietzsche, Freud, Marx and Darwin, whose work played a decisive role in the formation of contemporary philosophical thought, science and art. Comparative study and critical assessment of their main ideas and influence Nietzsche’s account of the primacy of art, genealogy and theory of power, Marx’s central concept of ideology, Freud’s theory of the unconscious, Darwin’s natural selection.
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UK Credits: 15
US Credits : 3/0/3
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PH 3010
LE Ethics - Level 5
Introduction to the basic problems and theories of moral philosophy. The use of reasoning in moral assessment of actions and persons. Emphasis on the connection between theory and practice by application of theories to issues that matter.
Prerequisites:
UK Credits: 15
US Credits : 3/0/3
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PH 3022
Social and Political Philosophy - Level 5
A systematic introduction to major issues in social and political thought: the origin and nature of political authority, individual freedom and the limits of state intervention, content and ground of individual rights, gender and sexuality, global justice. Emphasis on original texts in the modern Western tradition.
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UK Credits: 15
US Credits : 3/0/3
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PH 3023
American Philosophy - Level 5
At the end of the nineteenth century the theory of Pragmatism emerges and puts American philosophy on the map. Examination of its major representatives such as Pierce, James and Dewey. Discussion of contemporary trends in American philosophy as presented in Quine and Rorty. Understanding the factors that shape the Americanmind and culture.
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UK Credits: 15
US Credits : 3/0/3
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PH 3026
Existentialism - Level 5
Late nineteenth to twentieth-century movement with an emphasis on the concept of existence as presented in its major representatives such as Kierkegaard, Nietzsche, Heidegger, Sartre. Comparative study of literary and philosophical sources: Dostoyevsky, Tolstoy, Kafka, Camus and others.
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UK Credits: 15
US Credits : 3/0/3
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PH 3027
The Rise of Modern Philosophy - Level 5
The earlier part of the formative period of modern Western philosophy (seventeenth and eighteenth centuries) studied through the works of Descartes, Locke, Spinoza, Leibniz, Berkeley, Hume, and others.
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UK Credits: 15
US Credits : 3/0/3
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PH 3034
Science and its Methods: A Philosophical Exploration – Level 5
A philosophical exploration of scientific methodology through actual cases in the history of science focusing on issues like the nature of scientific theories, the relation of evidence to hypothesis, the issue of theory choice and the universality of the scientific method.
Prerequisites:
UK Credits: 15
US Credits : 3/0/3
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PH 3036
Privacy, Policy, Law and Technology - Level 5
See ITC 3036.
Prerequisites:
UK Credits:
US Credits : 3/0/3
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PH 3037
Master-Slave Dialectic: From Ancient Times to the Present – Level 5
Introduction to the intersubjective nature of recognition emerging from the struggle of negotiation of identities between subjects of unequal power. Exploration of the social terms and dynamic of “asymmetrical relations” via the structural examination of the conceptual pair “master – slave” that marks various forms of dependency and independence of every individual subject from infancy until its aged years. Philosophical figures to be discussed: Thucydides, Xenophon, Aristippus, Plato, Aristotle, Hobbes, Hegel, Nietzsche, Marx, Dostoevsky, Tolstoy, Husserl, Kojeve, Sartre, Foucault, Sade, Clausewitz, Kondylis.
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UK Credits: 15
US Credits : 3/0/3
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PH 3118
Theory of Knowledge - Level 5
Systematic introduction to the major issues and dilemmas in the theory of knowledge. Examination of basic concepts of the theory of knowledge (“beliefs”, “epistemic ideals” etc.) and exploration of themes such as skepticism, falibillism, induction, rationalism/irrationalism, the relativism/objectivism rivalry, the externalism/internalism debate, the methodological individualism - holism controversy, the status and scope of rationality, the fact/value dichotomy, theories of truth.
Prerequisites: PH 1000 or PH 1001
UK Credits: 15
US Credits : 3/0/3
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PH 4028
Kant and Hegel - Level 6
The later part of modern Western philosophy (eighteenth and nineteenth centuries) studied through the works of Rousseau, Kant and Hegel. Their work starts with the Enlightenment and Kant’s three major Critiques and finishes with the writings of Hegel.
Prerequisites:
UK Credits: 15
US Credits : 3/0/3
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PH 4031
Phenomenology: Husserl and Heidegger - Level 6
Comprehensive introduction to the main ideas of phenomenology, one of the major philosophical currents of continental thought, as expounded in the writings of Edmund Husserl and Martin Heidegger. Emphasis on their radical understanding of man’s relation to the social and natural world, their conception of intersubjectivity and their re-examination of traditional ontological and epistemological premises.
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UK Credits: 15
US Credits : 3/0/3
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PH 4032
Postmodern Philosophy: Foucault and Derrida - Level 6
Introduction to the philosophical thought of Michel Foucault and Jacques Derrida, two distinct philosophical voices of the second half of the 20th century’s Continental tradition. Exploration of their accounts of the constitution of the subject, their understanding of power relations, their theory of sexuality, their reading of the master-slave dialectic, their notions of subjection, discipline, surveillance, punishment, political resistance and their contemplation on the notions of forgiveness, mourning, gift-offering & gift-receiving, hospitality along with their main views on knowledge, truth and language.
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UK Credits: 15
US Credits : 3/0/3
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PH 4040
Language, Truth and Logic – Level 6
A course that examines issues from philosophy of language, elementary logic and philosophy of computation from both a conceptual and a historical perspective. Thorough discussion of basic concepts such as meaning, reference, truth, concepts of logic, translation and computation.
Prerequisites:
UK Credits: 15
US Credits : 3/0/3
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PH 4055
Internship in Philosophy
Experiential learning in the field of philosophy or related disciplines. Students gain on-the-job experience and receive training as they learn to apply advanced theoretical frameworks gained through the programme to real life professional situations.
Prerequisites: Normally the student will have completed 70 credits before embarking on this module. Formal approval by the Department Head / Programme Coordinator / Internship Administrator (as appropriate) is required.
UK Credits:
US Credits : 3/0/3
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PH 4121
Plato and Aristotle - Level 6
Critical and comparative analyses of their philosophical positions about issues such as the nature of reality, the sources of knowledge, the purpose of human life, the ideal polity, and the function of art. Understanding of their divergence in views, philosophical style, andmethodology. A close examination of selected texts.
Prerequisites: PH 1000 or PH 2020
UK Credits: 15
US Credits : 3/0/3
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PH 4135
Philosophy of History - Level 6
A systematic introduction to the major accounts of the philosophy of history: linear (progressive and non-progressive), cyclic and spiral conceptions of historical time from antiquity to the modern era, exploring the significance of key interpretive terms such as the mechanism of unintended consequences, historical “deviation”, the categories of “space of experience” and “horizon of expectation”, the “secularization of metaphysics” and disenchantment and elucidations on focal methodological issues such as, inter alia, the distinction between conceptual structure and contents, the individualism-holism debate.
Prerequisites: 1 philosophy course
UK Credits: 15
US Credits : 3/0/3
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PH 4141
Philosophy of Mind - Level 6
A systematic approach to the study of mind, mental/psychological functions and the mind-body relation. By reading historical and contemporary material on these issues we will explore whether, and if so how, we can fit the mind in the world as described by science, whether machines can think, how we can understand the existence of the self and why thinking and feeling seem to be so different from other phenomena in the world.
Prerequisites: PH 1000
UK Credits: 15
US Credits : 3/0/3
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PH 4143
Advanced Topics in Philosophy - Level 6
Exploration of a philosophical topic as chosen from a broad variety of relevant contemporary issues in the various branches of philosophy and the related disciplines.
Prerequisites: PH 1000
UK Credits: 15
US Credits : 3/0/3
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PH 4450
Senior Thesis in Philosophy - Level 6
In depth analysis of classical philosophical texts and/or a philosophical issue. Systematic and critical study of its key concepts and arguments. Appreciation of the historical context and the impact on contemporary philosophical thought. Special emphasis on the development of skills required for the analysis and presentation of a philosophical position.
Prerequisites: PH 1000 or PH 1001 PH 3118 Any two Level 5 courses in Philosophy
UK Credits: 15
US Credits : 3/0/3
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PO 1015
LE Introduction to Political Science and Global Affairs
Introduction to political science and global affairs. Theories of political science. Global Studies. Types of Regimes. Issues of Governance. Regional Political development
Prerequisites:
UK Credits:
US Credits : 3/0/3
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PO 2000
LE International Organizations - Level 4
Exploration of what international institutions look like, what is their history, and what is their impact; Why do institutions survive, change and others die? Drawing on theories of international institutions, the course will explore key institutions and the main debates around democracy, health, peace and security and economic/environmental relations.
Prerequisites:
UK Credits: 15
US Credits : 3/0/3
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PO 2001
LE Political Behavior - Level 4
Culture and institutionalized forms of political action. Social movements and revolutions. Parties and pressure groups. Electoral behavior. Leadership. Public opinion.
Prerequisites:
UK Credits: 15
US Credits : 3/0/3
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PO 2004
LE Diplomacy - Level 4
A critical survey of world diplomacy, from the time of Cardinal Richelieu to American exceptionalism, with emphasis on the twentieth century and contemporary diplomacy.
Prerequisites:
UK Credits: 15
US Credits : 3/0/3
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PO 2008
Beyond State and Nation - Level 4
The evolution of the International Society in the vortex of states and nations: the main theories and the international organizations (United Nations Organization, European Union, Non Governmental Organizations).
Prerequisites:
UK Credits: 15
US Credits : 3/0/3
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PO 3010
Political Theory I: Plato to Locke - Level 5
Major political writings, systems, and ideas from Plato to Locke and the seventeenth century, including such topics as the nature of political community, government and law, sovereignty and power.
Prerequisites:
UK Credits: 15
US Credits : 3/0/3
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PO 3011
Political Theory II: Hume to Rawls - Level 5
English and Continental political theory from the eighteenth to the twentieth century; the challenge of the rise of capitalism and the industrial revolution and the formation of modern liberal states.
Prerequisites:
UK Credits: 15
US Credits : 3/0/3
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PO 3031
International Relations - Level 5
The international system of states. Nature and limitations of international law. Factors affecting prestige and power. Balance of power and balance of fear. War and diplomacy. Cultural relations in historical perspective.
Prerequisites:
UK Credits: 15
US Credits : 3/0/3
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PO 4025
Terrorism And Political Violence - Level 6
An introduction to the primary ideas and problems associated with the study of terrorism and political violence. Developing a deeper understanding of the causes of various forms of violence and hatred, how they spread, and how we may combat them with social, political and economic policies.
Prerequisites:
UK Credits: 15
US Credits : 3/0/3
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PS 1000
LE Psychology as a Natural Science - Level 4
Overview of the discipline of psychology as a natural science. Topics include a historical trajectory of how scientific and clinical psychology emerged; research methods used in Psychology; biological foundations of behaviour; learning and memory; consciousness; thought and language processes; motivated behaviours.
Prerequisites:
UK Credits: 15
US Credits : 3/0/3
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PS 1001
LE Psychology as a Social Science - Level 4
Overview of the discipline of psychology as a social science. Topics include a historical trajectory of how scientific and clinical psychology emerged; research methods used in Psychology; human development; personality types; theories of intelligence; theories of social behavior; relationship between stress and health; psychological disorders and treatment.
Prerequisites:
UK Credits: 15
US Credits : 3/0/3
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PS 2010
History and Systems of Psychology - Level 4
Over view of the major developments and ideas in psychology including: the history of ideas about the mind; key historical and social events that shaped the field; when and how psychology became a science; and how psychological ideas evolved in a historical and cultural context.
Prerequisites:
UK Credits: 15
US Credits : 3/0/3
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PS 2207
Infancy and Preschool Years - Level 4
Theoretical approaches and methodological issues in developmental psychology. Biocultural foundations of development, prenatal development and birth, physical, cognitive and socioemotional development in infancy and early childhood. Emphasis on the practical implications of developmental science.
Prerequisites: PS 1000 PS 1001
UK Credits: 15
US Credits : 3/0/3
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PS 2236
Human Learning and Memory - Level 4
Empirical and theoretical overview of human learning and memory and application to real-world situations. Associative learning (classical and operant conditioning). Memory systems and processes. Examination of encoding, storing, retrieving, and forgetting information.
Prerequisites: PS 1000 PS 1001
UK Credits: 15
US Credits : 3/0/3
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PS 2257
Psychology of Diversity and Social Issues - Level 4
Assessment of the various forms of diversity at the individual, organizational and societal level. Overview of theories and research with an emphasis on how the presence of difference influences individuals and cross-group relationships in a variety of settings.
Prerequisites: PS 1000 PS 1001
UK Credits: 15
US Credits : 3/0/3
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PS 2260
Introduction To Statistical Thinking - Level 4
(Same as SO 2260)
Introduction to variables, scales of measurement, descriptive statistics, basic inferential tests and understanding the statistical output. Overview of scientific writing skills and ethical research principles.
Prerequisites: PS 1000 PS 1001 or SO 1000 SO 1001
UK Credits: 10
US Credits : 2/0/2
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PS 2347
Analysis of Quantitative Data - Level 4
A comprehensive coverage of fundamental aspects in probability and statistics. Analysis of data with graphs, descriptive and inferential statistics. Interpretation of research findings from graphs, parametric and non-parametric tests. Statistical analysis using SPSS.
Prerequisites: PS 1000 PS 1001 PS 2260
UK Credits: 20
US Credits : 3/2/4
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PS 3532
Testing and Assessment - Level 5
Theory, research and practice on psychological testing and assessment. Statistical analysis and in-depth presentation of the psychometric properties of tests and scales. Evaluation of achievement, intelligence, cognitive, neuropsychological and personality tests. Exposure to the most frequently used tests.
UK Credits: 20
US Credits : 3/1/4
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PS 3608
Childhood And Adolescent Development - Level 5
Integrated presentation of theory and research in the development of children from the age of six through adolescence, with emphasis on biological, emotional, intellectual, social, and personal growth. Evaluation of the contribution of parents and peer relationships in children’s and adolescents’ social development.
UK Credits: 15
US Credits : 3/0/3
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PS 3609
Adulthood and Aging - Level 5
An overview of the aging process from a psychological perspective through the study of major theories of aging, changes in physical and mental health, personal transitions, and social relationships, as well as death and dying. Critical presentation of cultural influences on parenting and sexuality.
UK Credits: 15
US Credits : 3/0/3
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PS 3612
Personality Psychology and Individual Differences - Level 5
Introduction to key theories and concepts in the study of personality psychology including psychodynamic, humanistic, cognitive, and trait-based approaches as well as biological underpinnings of personality and applications of personality psychology in the real world. Individual differences and situational influences are examined concerning several personality characteristics.
UK Credits: 15
US Credits : 3/0/3
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PS 3618
Nonexperimental Research In Psychology - Level 5
Theoretical and experiential learning of the scientific method, design, execution, analysis, interpretation and communication of non-experimental research in Psychology. Application of qualitative and quantitative data analysis through the use of practical examples and collected data.
UK Credits: 20
US Credits : 3/2/4
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PS 3626
Social Psychology: Theories & Applications - Level 5
Systematic analysis and applications of key theoretical constructs, principles and research in relation to social psychological causes of behavior. Application of social psychological phenomena to current and real- life issues.
UK Credits: 15
US Credits : 3/0/3
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PS 3630
Biological Psychology - Level 5
The physiological basis of behaviour, organization of the nervous system, cellular functioning, neurotransmission, neuroanatomy, research methods for studying brain behaviour.
UK Credits: 15
US Credits : 3/0/3
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PS 3734
Experimental Cognitive Psychology - Level 5
Methods and concepts of experimental cognitive psychology. Principles of experimental design through a description of different types of experimental investigations. Collection, design, and analysis, of experiments in psychology. Scientific report writing.
UK Credits: 20
US Credits : 3/2/4
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PS 4080
Internship In Psychology – Level 6
This is a service-learning course that provides an opportunity to senior undergraduate psychology majors to develop and apply career readiness skills by undertaking a placement in a relevant collaborating setting in selected business, not-for-profit, scientific or community organisations. The course combines placement attendance, with class-based preparatory work, and evaluations. It fosters both professional and personal development through applying concepts learned in class to actual or simulated field experiences and gaining confidence and efficacy through exploration of professional opportunities. Prerequisites: The student must have completed a minimum of 30 credits from Levels 5 and 6 modules of the Psychology program before being able to take this course. All internship placements are subject to the formal approval by the Department Head and Internship Coordinator.
Prerequisites:
UK Credits: 15
US Credits : 3/0/3
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PS 4719
Health and Lifelong Adaptation - Level 6
Application of psychological theory, diverse methodologies and research findings in the understanding of health, illness and healthcare management. An exploration of the role of clinical parameters and psychosocial factors implicated in the development and treatment of various illnesses. The importance of human diversity in health promotion and illness prevention.
UK Credits: 15
US Credits : 3/0/3
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PS 4721
Educational Psychology - Level 6
Application of psychological methods and principles to teaching practices and student performance in school settings. Evaluation of teaching methods and assessments. Emphasis is placed on developing skills to better understand learners, and foster improved learning and motivation, taking into consideration individual differences. Thorough investigation of a range of barriers to students’ learning.
UK Credits: 15
US Credits : 3/0/3
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PS 4723
Stress And Wellbeing - Level 6
The scientific study of the causes, consequences, and coping mechanisms of stress. Adjustments in interpersonal relationships, college life, and in the workplace are examined. Societal implications for mental capital and wellbeing are explored.
UK Credits: 15
US Credits : 3/0/3
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PS 4743
Child and Adolescent Psychopathology - Level 6
Comprehensive and critical overview of developmental psychopathology and mental disorders of infancy, childhood, and adolescence. Etiological factors contributing to psychopathology emerging in childhood and later in life, classification issues and evidence-based treatment and prevention programs.
UK Credits: 15
US Credits : 3/0/3
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PS 4744
Addictive Behaviours and Mental Health - Level 6
Overview of the field of substance abuse/dependence as well as behavioural addictions. A mental health perspective is employed whereby addictive behaviours are seen within the frame of a wider psychological vulnerability which results in comorbidity. Prevention and treatment protocols.
UK Credits: 15
US Credits : 3/0/3
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PS 4749
Forensic Psychology - Level 6
A systematic examination of the application behavioral science and mental health principles to the justice system topics include criminal investigation, insanity defense, eyewitness and expert witness testimony, child custody disputes as well as police and correctional psychology.
UK Credits: 15
US Credits : 3/0/3
Syllabus: Download
PS 4751
Adult Psychopathology - Level 6
Major theories of and research in the study of psychopathology. A scientist-practitioner approach to the study of the major psychological disorders, based on the DSM-5, along with their assessment, sociocultural implications, and treatment. Diverse cultural perspectives in the understanding of mental health disorders.
UK Credits: 15
US Credits : 3/0/3
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PS 4752
Psychotherapy and Counselling: Theories & Applications - Level 6
Predominant theories in psychotherapy and counseling used to address a variety of mental health issues and personal growth goals. Current trends and debates in professional training and practice, diversity, and social justice issues in psychotherapy. A scientist-practitioner approach is utilized introducing ethical considerations.
UK Credits: 15
US Credits : 3/0/3
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PS 4762
Trauma & Resilience - Level 6
Theories and definition of psychological trauma and related disorders, types of trauma and prevalence, post-traumatic growth, resilience, and ethical considerations related to treating trauma survivors.
UK Credits: 15
US Credits : 3/0/3
Syllabus: Download
PS 4763
Social Cognition - Level 6
Integration of two major fields of psychology, social and cognitive psychology. Critical analysis of theories, and methods centered on how people think about themselves and other people and make sense of their social environment.
UK Credits: 15
US Credits : 3/0/3
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PS 4839
Advanced Topics In Cognitive Psychology - Level 6
In-depth overview of important topics in cognitive psychology including perception, attention, memory, language, problem-solving and reasoning. Discussion and critical evaluation of major theories and ideas in terms of the research they have inspired.
UK Credits: 15
US Credits : 3/0/3
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PS 4861
Final Year Project I - Level 6
Development of a research proposal for the final-year project, including (a) identification of the research problem; (b) theoretical background to the research problem and critical literature review; (c) objectives of the research proposal; (d) research design; (e) significance of the research; (f) ethics.
UK Credits: 10
US Credits : 2/0/2
Syllabus: Download
PS 4924
Industrial/Organizational Psychology - Level 6
Systematic analysis of the science of people at work. Methods of personnel selection, evaluation, and training. Job satisfaction, motivation at work and productivity in changing global times. Intervening factors such as the role of personality and demographics. Insights into stress management issues.
UK Credits: 15
US Credits : 3/0/3
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PS 4935
Final Year Project II - Level 6
This module offers graduating psychology students the opportunity to conduct an extended piece of empirical research in an area and topic of their interest. Students complete an original research project that involves a literature search and extensive reading, planning, conducting a study, data analysis and producing a written research report.
UK Credits: 20
US Credits : 3/2/4
Syllabus: Download
PS 4965
Topics in Neuropsychology - Level 6
Focus on patients with brain damage due to brain lesions or neurodegenerative/neurodevelopmental processes. Imaging methods in the the study of brain function. Critical evaluation of neuropsychological models derived from patient data.
UK Credits: 15
US Credits : 3/0/3
Syllabus: Download
PS 4990
Social Neuroscience - Level 6
Understanding the brain in its social context. The way neural mechanisms give rise social phenomena. Examination of brain basis of social processes, including theory of mind, empathy, altruism, emotion, morality, antisocial behaviour and romantic love.
UK Credits: 15
US Credits : 3/0/3
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PY 1000
LE Introduction to Physics I
Fundamental principles, including matter in motion, energy and momentum, solids and fluids, thermal physics and heat.
PY 1000 BL is not available to students on US Federal Financial Aid.
Prerequisites:
UK Credits:
US Credits : 3/1.5/4
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PY 1005
LE Introduction to Modern Physics
Fundamental concepts and principles of modern physics are presented in a comprehensive way together with everyday life implications. Nuclear energy, Einstein's theories, space travel, Schrödinger's cat and black holes will reveal their secrets over a scientific journey with the laws of nature as companions.
Prerequisites:
UK Credits:
US Credits : 3/0/3
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PY 2225
University Physics I - LEVEL 4
An introduction to the classical laws of motion, including kinematics, forces in nature, Newton's laws of motion, conservation of energy and momentum, fluid statics and dynamics, oscillations, waves, thermodynamics and properties of matter. Suggested for students of the life science or engineering programs.
Prerequisites: MA 1008 MA 2130
UK Credits: 20
US Credits : 3/2/4
Syllabus: Download
PY 3330
University Physics II - Level 5
Principles in electricity, magnetism, the nature of light and electromagnetic radiation, wave phenomena, Einstein’s Theories, the structure of the atom, quantum theory and nuclear physics
Prerequisites: MA 1008 MA 2130 PY 2225
UK Credits: 20
US Credits : 3/2/4
Syllabus: Download
SC 1000
Science and Everyday Life
An introduction to natural sciences with emphasis on fundamental scientific principles and their applications in everyday life. The course discusses Newton?s laws of motion, energy and the laws of thermodynamics, the nature of the atom and the chemical bond, nuclear science, the origins of the Universe, properties of stars and planets as well as environmental issues.
Prerequisites:
UK Credits:
US Credits : 3/1.5/4
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SC 1007
LE An Introduction To Earth And Space Science
(same as ES 1007)
An introduction to earth and planetary science; a study of earth systems and their interactions as driving forces for the earth's evolution. The structure and composition of the earth systems, the formation of the solar system, stars and galaxies are discussed.
Prerequisites:
UK Credits:
US Credits : 3/0/3
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SM 2001
Introduction to Sport Management - Level 4
Introduction to sport management; definition and history of sport, the social and cultural dimension of sport, the sport industry including sport media and sports events, the main functions of sport management and legal and ethical issues in sport; professional, amateur and community sports.
Prerequisites:
UK Credits: 15
US Credits : 3/0/3
Syllabus: Download
SM 2015
Introduction To Sport Psychology - Level 4
Introduction to the basic concepts of sport psychology theory and practice. Psychology of the athlete at the individual level, including motivation, goal-setting, peak performance, self-confidence, anxiety regulation, and at the team level, including group processes, leadership styles and effective communication.
Prerequisites:
UK Credits: 15
US Credits : 3/0/3
Syllabus: Download
SM 2025
Pedagogical Foundations of Coaching
Pedagogical foundations of sports coaching practice; the interconnectedness between how one learns, how one teaches content and socio-cultural contexts in which learning and teaching take place.
Prerequisites:
UK Credits:
US Credits : 3/0/3
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SM 3003
Olympic Games and Sports Mega Events - Level 5
Planning, development, and organizational aspects of sports mega events; workforce issues, venues, marketing, promotion, leadership, fundraising, ethical challenges, as well as the sociological, economic, and political significance of bids for, and the hosting of, Sports Mega Events and the Olympic Games; historical development of the Olympic Games and their evolution to modern Olympics.
Prerequisites:
UK Credits: 15
US Credits : 3/0/3
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SM 3004
Social Issues in Sports – Level 5
The wider social dimensions of sport; personal and social benefits associated with sport development and participation; challenges, and concomitant management and policy implications, of issues such as violence and social exclusion.
Prerequisites:
UK Credits: 15
US Credits : 3/0/3
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SM 3005
Sports Operations and Facilities Management - Level 5
Planning, development, and maintenance of sport and leisure facilities, including latest trends in international sports facilities and operations, and respective managerial aspects.
Prerequisites:
UK Credits: 15
US Credits : 3/0/3
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SM 3030
Strength and Conditioning
Examination of the major assessment tools of physical conditioning like muscular strength, flexibility, cardiorespiratory ability etc. and development of exercise programs relevant to the age, ability and level of performance of individuals.
Prerequisites:
UK Credits:
US Credits : 3/0/3
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SM 3102
Sports Marketing - Level 5
Marketing concepts and processes, and their relationship to the sports industry; key marketing decision areas in product/service/brand development, pricing, distribution and promotion as they relate to sports marketing.
Prerequisites: MK 2030
UK Credits: 15
US Credits : 3/0/3
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SM 4009
Internship in Sport Management - Level 6
Work – based learning through placement in a sports related enterprise, in which the student gets the opportunity to develop professional and academically as well as set the first steps of a successful career in the industry of sports.
Prerequisites: Normally the student will have completed 70 credits before embarking on this module. Formal approval of the Department Head/Program Coordinator and the Internship Administrator is required.
UK Credits: 15
US Credits : 0/0/6
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SM 4020
Coaching in Sports – Level 6
Sport science theory and research on the methods of expert coaches in the five categories of coaching education and professional practice, i.e. a) coaching, b) behavior, c) teaching, d) physical training, e) management, and the ways these theories are implemented when constructing a coaching program.
Prerequisites:
UK Credits: 15
US Credits : 3/0/3
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SM 4040
Advances in Sports Management – Level 6
Analysis of the advances in sports management. Discussion of current topics from the sports management industry.
Prerequisites:
UK Credits: 15
US Credits : 3/0/3
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SM 4107
Sport Governance, Policy and Legal Issues - Level 6
Sport-specific governance principles applicable in national and international contexts. The role of public policy in establishing regulatory frameworks of relevance to the sports movement; the development of sport according to imperatives such as transparency, accountability, ethical values, public confidence, and respect for the environment.
Prerequisites: SM 3004
UK Credits: 15
US Credits : 3/0/3
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SM 4115
Sport Event Management
Analysis of the sports events sector with emphasis on the planning, organization, management and legacy of medium- and small-scale community, local and regional sports events, and on their interrelationship with tourism and hospitality infrastructure.
Prerequisites: SM 3005
UK Credits:
US Credits : 3/0/3
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SM 4141
Advances in Sports Performance
Advanced knowledge on topics of nutrition, biomechanics, sport psychology, team management and teaching methods in sports.
Prerequisites: SM 4020
UK Credits:
US Credits : 3/0/3
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SM 4208
Sports Promotion And Social Media - Level 6
Theories and methods in the broad field of sport communication; sports consumer and business markets; sports sponsorship and partnership; marketing in traditional (offline) and digital (web marketing, social media and mobile applications) modes to create integrated communication plans.
Prerequisites: SM 3102 MK 2030
UK Credits: 15
US Credits : 3/0/3
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SM 4545
Entrepreneurship in Sports – Level 6
The core of entrepreneurship theory and its application in the field of sport. Emphasis on the strategic integration of different managerial, operational, legal, financial, marketing etc. processes essential in the launching of new ventures in a sport context.
Prerequisites: AF 2007 MK 2030 AF 3116 or FN 3105 SM 3102
UK Credits: 15
US Credits : 3/0/3
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SM 4747
Dissertation in Sports Management – Level 6
This course offers graduating sports management students the opportunity to conduct an extended piece of empirical research in an area and topic of their interest. Students select an original project topic involving literature research and extensive reading, planning, conducting, data analysis and producing a written research report to publication standards.
Prerequisites: BU 3233 Plus any four Level 6 courses in the Sports Management Program
UK Credits: 30
US Credits : 6/0/6
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SM 4810
Strategic Issues in Sports Management – Level 6
Integration of key concepts and theories in business administration and sports management; application of strategic management and planning principles in the context of sport with an emphasis on professional sports organisations.
UK Credits: 15
US Credits : 3/0/3
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SMX 2015
Introduction to Sports Psychology
Introduction to the basic concepts of sport psychology theory and practice. Psychology of the athlete at the individual level, including motivation, goal-setting, peak performance, self-confidence, anxiety regulation, and at the team level, including group processes, leadership styles and effective communication.
Prerequisites:
UK Credits:
US Credits : 3/0/3
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SN 1000
Spanish I
Beginning Spanish. Introduction to Spanish language and aspects of Spanish and Latin American culture. Four basic language skills (listening, speaking, reading and writing) are developed in order to acquire a general ability to communicate in a number of the most familiar situations of everyday life and to understand main points of simple conversations and texts needed in a Spanish-speaking environment. (A1)
Prerequisites:
UK Credits:
US Credits : 3/0/3
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SN 1101
Spanish II
Four language skills (listening, speaking, reading and writing) are reinforced and expanded in order to gain a more effective command of the language and to interact with greater confidence in a wider range of everyday familiar situations. Aspects of Spanish and Latin American culture. (A2)
Prerequisites: SN 1000 or equivalent
UK Credits:
US Credits : 3/0/3
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SN 2202
Spanish III
The four language skills (listening, speaking, reading and writing) are further developed to handle the language with a certain degree of confidence and independence using a wider range of vocabulary in every day, social, working and academic context. Issues of culture, history and daily life in Spain and Latin America. (B1)
Prerequisites: SN 1000 SN 1101 or equivalent
UK Credits:
US Credits : 3/0/3
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SN 3310
Spain and Latin America Today
Aspects of Spanish and Latin American culture, geography, history, social evolution, literature and the arts; reading and discussion in Spanish. (B1)
Prerequisites: SN 1000 SN 1101 SN 2202 or equivalent
UK Credits:
US Credits : 3/0/3
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SO 1000
LE Introduction to Sociology - Level 4
Sociology as a social science. Theoretical and methodological foundations. Discussion of various topics including social structure, culture, socialization, group relations, deviance, and various forms of inequality.
Prerequisites:
UK Credits: 15
US Credits : 3/0/3
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SO 1001
LE Sociology of Modern Life - Level 4
Discussion of various social institutions, such as the economy, politics, family, religion, education and medicine, with emphasis on modern society. Presentation of social change in its different forms, both locally and globally.
Prerequisites:
UK Credits: 15
US Credits : 3/0/3
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SO 2004
Social Inequality - Level 4
Causes and consequences of social inequality, including theoretical background, social classes, and social mobility, illustrated through various substantive cases.
Prerequisites:
UK Credits: 15
US Credits : 3/0/3
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SO 2020
Family and Gender Roles - Level 4
Family as a social institution: functions and kinship structures. The rise of the modern family, gender roles, socialization, love, marriage, parenting. Family diversity: class, race, ethnicity; Family realities: (house) work, power, patriarchy; Family-related problems; alternative lifestyles.
Prerequisites:
UK Credits: 15
US Credits : 3/0/3
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SO 2030
Social Problems - Level 4
Introduction into the sociological imagination by distinguishing between personal and social problems. An examination of contemporary social problems through various sociological perspectives. Possible solutions to problems such as the social, economic, and ideological causes and solutions of racism, sexism, homophobia, poverty, crime and violence, drug abuse, and environmental change.
Prerequisites:
UK Credits: 15
US Credits : 3/0/3
Syllabus: Download
SO 2044
LE Social Media in an Interconnected Society
See MK 2044.
Prerequisites:
UK Credits:
US Credits : 3/0/3
Syllabus: Download
SO 2260
Introduction To Statistical Thinking - Level4
See PS 2260.
Prerequisites:
UK Credits: 15
US Credits : 3/0/3
Syllabus: Download
SO 2441
The Craft of Sociology: Research Practice and Writing – Level 4
Introduction to the basic conventions of sociological research and writing; practices for the construction of sophisticated and for well-structured arguments issues of readership and communication within expert communities; methods and criteria for search and review the existing sociological literature on an assigned topic, sociological reading and writing skills.
Prerequisites: SO 1000 SO 1001 WP 1010 WP 1111
UK Credits: 5
US Credits : 1/0/1
Syllabus: Download
SO 3002
LE Environment and Society - Level 5
(Same as ES 3002)
The study of the interactions between the physical environment, social organization and social behavior. Focus on both local and global dimensions of social behaviors and their environmental impact.
Prerequisites:
UK Credits: 15
US Credits : 3/0/3
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SO 3007
LE Health and Society - Level 5
Medical Sociology and contrasting Ideas about Health and Social Behavior. Epidemiological Measures and Complexity of Modern Ills. Health in relation to Age, Gender, Race, Socio-economic status, Social Stress, Health and Illness Behavior as well as Healing Options in American Society. The Sick Role, Doctor-Patient Interaction, the role of Physicians, Nurses, Midwives. The Development of Hospitals, their organization and the rising cost of Health Care Delivery. Health Care Delivery in the USA, the First world and Formerly Socialist Countries as well as in other countries.
Prerequisites:
UK Credits: 15
US Credits : 3/0/3
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SO 3009
Tourism and Leisure in Modern Society - Level 5
Tourism as activity and as a global industry analyzed from a social science perspective. The role of culture in the development of hospitality, leisure and travel in modern society. The socio-cultural impacts of tourism and the boundaries of hospitality.
Prerequisites:
UK Credits: 15
US Credits : 3/0/3
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SO 3012
Contemporary Cinema and Society - Level 5
(Same as CIN 3012) Analysis of major aspects of society as reflected in the contemporary cinema. Social inequality, revolution, war, racism, exclusion of the physically disabled, alienation and gender are discussed within the context of cinematic dramaturgy.
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UK Credits: 15
US Credits : 3/0/3
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SO 3015
Sociology of Globalization - Level 5
A survey of the distinct themes and sub-areas in the sociology of globalization, including globalization studies, theories of globalization, political, economic, and cultural globalization, the new global inequalities, transnational migration, diasporas, and citizenship as well as global movements and the environment.
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UK Credits: 15
US Credits : 3/0/3
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SO 3025
Media and Society in the 21st Century - Level 5
The media in the global age: From television to the internet and the social media. Emphasis on (un)reality constructions, representation, audiences, identity issues and online communities, the public sphere, etc.
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UK Credits: 15
US Credits : 3/0/3
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SO 3035
Migration and the Global Age - Level 5
A multi- dimensional exploration of international migration in the age of globalization: causes, patterns, categories of migrants, implications for receiving and sending societies. Irregular migration, refugee movements and the state’s quest for control. Migrant identity, ethnic groups and boundaries, diasporas and transnationalism. Immigration theories and debates.
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UK Credits: 15
US Credits : 3/0/3
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SO 3037
Sociology of Deviance - Level 5
The changing nature, relativity, diversity, etiology and social control of deviance.
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UK Credits: 15
US Credits : 3/0/3
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SO 3038
Criminology - Level 5
(Same as JS 3038)
Introduction to the study of crime and criminology. Nature of crime and theories of crime causation. Characteristics of crimes and characteristics of criminals. Types of crimes: violent crimes, crimes against property, hi-tech crimes, crimes against public order, white-collar and corporate crimes. Society’s reaction to crime.
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UK Credits: 15
US Credits : 3/0/3
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SO 3046
The Sociology of Emotions - Level 5
An introduction into the study of emotions as social constructs. Merits of the sociological approach in understanding the operation of emotions. Emotions examined in relation to class, racial and gender categories. Emotions as objects of social control and regulation, construction, and negotiation. Analysis of positive and negative emotions as the necessary link between social structure and social actor.
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UK Credits: 15
US Credits : 3/0/3
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SO 3119
Consumer Society - Level 5
Consumer society as an expression of material culture in the post-modern globalized world. Emphasis on collective trends (fashion), conspicuous consumption (luxury), lifestyles (identity), class and gender divisions, places of consumption (e.g., shopping malls), etc. The pathology of consumption: alienation, objectification, pseudo-individualism, and the romantic search for the “new.”
Prerequisites: SO 1000 or SO 1001
UK Credits: 15
US Credits : 3/0/3
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SO 3127
Sociology of Architecture – Level 5
Introduction to sociological responses to modern metropolitan architecture and urban planning in key texts, from classical social theory, the Chicago School and the Frankfurt Institute for Social Research, to post-modern and post-structuralist explorations of a sociology of architecture.
Prerequisites: SO 1000 or SO 1001
UK Credits: 15
US Credits : 3/0/3
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SO 3148
Selected Topics in Contemporary Sociology - Level 5
Selection of topics from a variety of contemporary sociology. Detailed focus on a subject not covered, or not covered in depth in the curriculum of Sociology.
Prerequisites: SO 1000 or SO 1001
UK Credits: 15
US Credits : 3/0/3
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SO 3260
Classical Sociological Theory - Level 5
Origin and development of sociological thought Marx, Weber, Durkheim, Simmel, Mead. Examination of intellectual currents and social processes during the formative years of the discipline.
Prerequisites: SO 1000 SO 1001
UK Credits: 15
US Credits : 3/0/3
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SO 3411
Quantitative Methods in Sociology - Level 5
Overview of social research methods. Focus on the various research designs, ethical considerations, data collection, measurement of quantitative information.
Prerequisites: SO 2260 SO 2441 Plus two additional courses in Sociology above the 1000 – level
UK Credits: 15
US Credits : 3/0/3
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SO 3516
Qualitative Research Methods in Sociology - Level 5
Introduction to qualitative methods in social sciences. Designing strategies, data collection techniques, interpretation, analysis and ethical considerations in empirical research. Emphasis on ethnography, observation, in-depth interviewing, case studies, documentary analysis, etc.
Prerequisites: SO 1000 or SO 1001 SO 2441 SO 2260 Plus two additional courses in Sociology above the 1000 – level
UK Credits: 15
US Credits : 3/0/3
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SO 4026
Suffering and Evil in Society - Level 6
Suffering and evil in sociology’s classical founders. Contemporary perspectives on suffering. Sites and causes of suffering. Anthropological and social classifications of good and evil. Visual sociology on suffering and evil.
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UK Credits: 15
US Credits : 3/0/3
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SO 4050
World Cinema: Power and Identity - Level 6
(Same as CIN 4050) Critical survey of national, regional and global traditions and narrative forms through the lens of power and identity. Emphasis on power issues in relation to gender, sexuality, race and ethnic identity. Analysis and assessment of relevant theories and methods. Interpretation and its problems in world-cinema’s post-colonial expansion.
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UK Credits: 15
US Credits : 3/0/3
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SO 4106
Urban Sociology - Level 6
A sociological and historical examination of the process of urbanization. Comparative analysis of city development around the world. Examination of the city as a location and as a community of people through the application of different explanatory models.
Prerequisites: SO 1000 or SO 1001
UK Credits: 15
US Credits : 3/0/3
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SO 4117
Sociology of Work - Level 6
Work and its transformation in modern society. Paid and unpaid work, the professions, Fordism and its effects, working conditions, unemployment. Globalization and changes of work.
Prerequisites: SO 1000 or SO 1001
UK Credits: 15
US Credits : 3/0/3
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SO 4123
Gender, Media and Society - Level 6
Contemporary approaches, studies and debates on gender and mediated communications. Past and present representations of gender, sexuality and intersectionality in various media texts and outlets. Gender, power and identity in the digital era. Gender audiences and fan cultures.
Prerequisites: SO 1000 or SO 1001
UK Credits: 15
US Credits : 3/0/3
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SO 4142
Film Studies: Cinema as Medium and Institution - Level 6
Film as a modern cultural form. Sociological analysis of the history, trends and conditions of cinema developments since its beginnings. Exercises in film interpretation. The role of film as industry and means for political and social transformation. Theories of film: Kracauer, Bazin, Metz, Tarkovsky.
Prerequisites: SO 1000 or SO 1001
UK Credits: 15
US Credits : 3/0/3
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SO 4143
Sociology of Science and Technology - Level 6
Science as a social institution. Interaction between science and technology. Scientific knowledge and social context. Relationship of science and technology to industry. Theories and case studies on science, technology and society studies.
Prerequisites: SO 1000 or SO 1001
UK Credits: 15
US Credits : 3/0/3
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SO 4213
Collective Action and Social Movements - Level 6
A critical introduction to social movements. Application of theoretical frameworks and concepts developed by sociologists and other social scientists to the analysis of the nature and dynamics of social movements. An exploration into the field through actual empirical cases of social movements in the 20th and 21st centuries.
Prerequisites: Any two Sociology courses
UK Credits: 15
US Credits : 3/0/3
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SO 4231
Religion and Society - Level 6
Religion as a social phenomenon in individual and collective terms: group cohesion, institutional structures and organizational parameters, religious conflict, social inequality. Its impact on public discourse and the lives of individuals. Social change, religious adaptation in (late) modernity and the impact of globalization. Sociological theories from the classics to contemporary thinkers.
Prerequisites: SO 1000 or SO 1001 Plus any additional course in Sociology
UK Credits: 15
US Credits : 3/0/3
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SO 4318
Modern Greek Society and Culture - Level 6
Αn overview of the main historical, social, economic, and cultural processes and imaginations that shaped modern Greek identity and Greek institutions such as education, religion, politics and the army from 1821 to the present. Memory and forgetting as tools of nation building. Analysis of cultural and institutional paths to the current crisis.
Prerequisites: SO 1000 or SO 1001 Plus 2 additional courses in Sociology
UK Credits: 15
US Credits : 3/0/3
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SO 4355
Advanced Studies In Sociological Theory And Research – Level 6
Extensive critical investigation of a sociological theory and research field inspired by classical sociological theory or an exposé of a social theorist or school of thought beyond or against the ‘canon’ that is not covered, or not covered in detail in the curriculum of sociology. Selection of topics from a variety of social theory and research.
Prerequisites: SO 1000 or SO 1001 SO 3260 One more 3000 – level/Level 5 course in Sociology
UK Credits: 15
US Credits : 3/0/3
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SO 4461
Contemporary Sociological Theory - Level 6
The development of sociological theory in Europe and the United States since Parsons. Functionalism and systems theory. Critical Theory. Feminist Social Theory. Interactionism and Ethnomethodology. Post-modernity. Current developments.
Prerequisites: SO 1000 SO 3260 plus 2 additional courses in sociology
UK Credits: 15
US Credits : 3/0/3
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SO 4790
Senior Year Thesis – Level 6
The Senior Year Thesis is the culmination of our undergraduate students’ sociological training. Capstone, independent study, thesis-based course for graduating Sociology students. Supervision by selected members of the Sociology department team. Two terms of study, typically Fall and Spring of the last year of studies.
UK Credits: 15
US Credits : 3/0/3
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WP 1010
Introduction to Academic Writing
Introduction to reading, writing, and thinking skills central to academic discourse. Emphasis on summarizing and critically responding to non-fiction texts. Frequent informal writing exercises in addition to formal revised writing assignments.
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UK Credits:
US Credits : 3/0/3
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WP 1111
Integrated Academic Writing and Ethics
Practice and expansion of academic writing skills acquired in WP 1010, including summarizing, analyzing, comparing, and synthesizing material from multiple sources. Exposure to lectures and readings on ethical issues as well as a variety of texts such as fiction, non-fiction, visual, and web-based. Frequent informal writing exercises in addition to formal revised writing assignments. Sections may vary in theme.
Prerequisites: WP 1010
UK Credits:
US Credits : 3/0/3
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WP 1212
Academic Writing and Research
Advancement of writing skills developed in WP 1010 and WP 1111. Introduction of analytical skills central to academic research writing. Exploration of the research process and discussion of documentation styles. Exposure to disciplinary writing from various academic fields. Frequent informal writing assignments in addition to formal revised research essays of varying lengths and complexity. Sections vary in theme. This class will only be taught during semesters and Summer Term to ensure students have time to understand and practice research-writing skills.
WP 1212 BL is not available to students on US Federal Financial Aid.
Prerequisites: WP 1010 WP 1111
UK Credits:
US Credits : 3/0/3
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