Courses, Concentrations, and Tracks


The below information applies to our Forum Europe Summer 2018 program. Details related to our 2019 programs will be available by July 1, 2018.

To learn about the credit transfer process, visit our Credit Transfer page. Credit Transfer

Courses

We offer three types of courses:

  • Regular courses
  • Supervised Independent Study (SIS) courses
  • Internships

Students may enroll in one or two regular courses, or a combination of a regular course and an SIS course or an internship. All students participate in the International IQ Seminar course.

Regular Courses

Classes for the regular courses are conducted on weekday mornings, either at a local campus or in the conference center of the hotel. The professor for each course travels with the group from city to city. Each regular course (section 01 and section 03 courses) is worth 3 credits. All students participate in the International IQ Seminar, conducted by Dr. Hugo Hervitz, which is worth 2 credits and provides an overview of European history, geography, language, and politics.

  • Section 01 classes are held from 9:00 a.m. - 10:35 a.m.
  • Section 02 International IQ Seminar from 10:40 a.m. - 11:40 a.m.
  • Section 03 classes are held from 11:45 a.m. - 1:20 p.m.

Supervised Independent Study (SIS) Courses

Students enrolled in a Supervised Independent Study (SIS) course pursue structured independent work, following a well-defined syllabus, under the supervision of one or two faculty members. Each SIS course is worth 3 credits. Not every student is permitted to enroll in an SIS course. Interested students must fill-out the SIS Course Request Form justifying their suitability for the course and their ability to conduct independent work. Students enrolled in an SIS course are required to also enroll in a regular 3-credit course.

Internships

The Forum-Nexus Internship Program provides students with an opportunity to gain valuable academic and professional experience while earning 3 credits for their experience. There are a limited number of openings. There are internships available in Communication, Hospitality Management, Marketing, Management, and Photography & Videography. Students enrolled in an internship course are required to also enroll in a regular 3-credit course.

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Concentrations and Tracks

Participants in the Forum-Nexus program are interested in a wide variety of disciplines and subjects. In order to facilitate their choice of courses, students can select one of 9 concentrations, and then select a specific track within the concentration.

Below is the list of concentrations and tracks. Click on any track name to view the recommended courses for that track.

Concentration #1: International Business, Management, and Marketing in the European Union

Tracks:
1.4 Hospitality Management
Section 01 Courses
HSPM 374-01
International Marketing (hospitality management emphasis)
Section 03 Courses
HSPM 386-03
SOC 389-03
SIS Courses
HSPM 495-SIS
HSPM 496-SIS
HSPM 497-SIS
HSPM 498-SIS
Internships
HSPM 310-INTP

Concentration #2: Economics, Finance, Accounting, and Urban Planning in the European Union

Tracks:
2.1 Economic Policies, Financial Markets, and Banking Institutions
Section 01 Courses
ECO 373-01
FIN 373-01
Section 03 Courses
ECO 386-03
FIN 386-03
SIS Courses
ECO 488-SIS
ECO 490-SIS
ECO 491-SIS
ECO 492-SIS
ECO 493-SIS
ECO 494-SIS
ECO 495-SIS
ECO 498-SIS
ECO 499-SIS
ACC 492-SIS
FIN 492-SIS
FIN 493-SIS
FIN 496-SIS
FIN 497-SIS

Concentration #3: Nursing, Medicine, and Psychology in the European Union

Tracks:

Concentration #4: Sociology, Education, Social Work, and Religion in the European Union

Tracks:

Concentration #5: Art, Architecture, and Photography in the European Union

Tracks:

Concentration #6: Politics, International Studies, History, and Law in the European Union

Tracks:

Concentration #7: Science, Engineering, Technology, and the Environment in the European Union

Tracks:

Concentration #8: Journalism, Communication, and Mass Media in the European Union

Tracks:

If you prefer a more general and interdisciplinary option, please consider Concentration #9.

Concentration #9: General Studies of European Society, Business, Arts, and Sciences

Tracks:
9.1 European Society and Culture
Section 01 Courses
SOC 373-01
SOC 374-01
ART 371-01
Section 03 Courses
SOC 386-03
SOC 389-03
SIS Courses
REL 494-SIS
REL 495-SIS
REL 496-SIS
REL 497-SIS
SOC 488-SIS
SOC 490-SIS
SOC 491-SIS
SOC 492-SIS
SOC 493-SIS
SOC 494-SIS
SOC 495-SIS
SOC 496-SIS
SOC 497-SIS
SOC 498-SIS
SOC 499-SIS
Internships
MGT 310-INTP
COM 310-INTP
9.2 European Business and Economy
Section 01 Courses
BUS 373-01
ECO 373-01
FIN 373-01
MKT 374-01
HSPM 374-01
International Marketing (hospitality management emphasis)
LUX 374-01
Section 03 Courses
BUS 386-03
COM 389-03
ECO 386-03
FIN 386-03
MGT 389-03
HSPM 386-03
LUX 386-03
SIS Courses
ACC 291-SIS
ACC 492-SIS
BUS 488-SIS
BUS 493-SIS
BUS 494-SIS
BUS 495-SIS
BUS 496-SIS
BUS 497-SIS
BUS 498-SIS
BUS 499-SIS
COM 495-SIS
COM 496-SIS
COM 497-SIS
ECO 488-SIS
ECO 490-SIS
ECO 491-SIS
ECO 492-SIS
ECO 493-SIS
ECO 494-SIS
ECO 495-SIS
ECO 498-SIS
ECO 499-SIS
FIN 492-SIS
FIN 493-SIS
FIN 496-SIS
FIN 497-SIS
HSPM 495-SIS
HSPM 496-SIS
HSPM 497-SIS
HSPM 498-SIS
LUX 490-SIS
LUX 494-SIS
MGT 491-SIS
MGT 495-SIS
MKT 490-SIS
MKT 491-SIS
MKT 493-SIS
MKT 494-SIS
MKT 498-SIS
URB 488-SIS
URB 491-SIS
URB 492-SIS
Internships
MGT 310-INTP
MKT 310-INTP
HSPM 310-INTP
COM 310-INTP
9.3 European Arts and Sciences
Section 01 Courses
ARCH 371-01
ART 371-01
ART 372-01
SOC 373-01
SOC 374-01
Section 03 Courses
ENV 386-03
SOC 386-03
SOC 389-03
SIS Courses
ARCH 488-SIS
ARCH 492-SIS
ART 488-SIS
ART 490-SIS
ART 491-SIS
ART 492-SIS
ART 493-SIS
ART 494-SIS
ART 495-SIS
ART 496-SIS
ENV 491-SIS
ENV 492-SIS
ENV 495-SIS
PHO 488-SIS
PHO 490-SIS
PHO 491-SIS
PHO 492-SIS
PHO 493-SIS
PHO 494-SIS
TECH 488-SIS
TECH 490-SIS
TECH 491-SIS
TECH 492-SIS
TECH 493-SIS
TECH 494-SIS
TECH 495-SIS
TECH 496-SIS
Internships
PHO 310-INTP
9.4 European Politics and History
Section 01 Courses
POL 373-01
HIS 373-01
Section 03 Courses
POL 386-03
SOC 389-03
SIS Courses
HIS 488-SIS
HIS 490-SIS
HIS 491-SIS
HIS 492-SIS
HIS 493-SIS
HIS 494-SIS
HIS 495-SIS
HIS 496-SIS
HIS 497-SIS
HIS 499-SIS
POL 490-SIS
POL 491-SIS
POL 492-SIS
POL 493-SIS
POL 494-SIS
POL 495-SIS
POL 496-SIS
POL 497-SIS
POL 498-SIS


All courses are also available at the graduate level. The complete list of courses can be found here. To learn about the credit transfer process, visit our Credit Transfer page.

The complete list of courses can be found here.

Ready to select your courses? Access the online application form here.