|DEPARTMENT & COURSE TITLE||COURSE #||CREDITS||PROFESSOR||LANGUAGE1|
|Marketing for Entrepreneurs2||MKT 420||3||Hartstein|
|Intro. to International Business||SIB 321||3||Torrisi|
|COMMUNICATION & JOURNALISM|
|World Cinema||CJN 225||4||Raesch|
|ECONOMICS & STATISTICS|
|Economics of the European Union||EC 445||4||Staff|
|Applied Statistics||STATS 250||4||Taboada Vázquez|
|Astronomy II with lab 2||SCI 112/L112||4||Stoev||
|Elementary Spanish I||SPAN 101||4||TBA||S|
|Intermediate Spanish I||SPAN 201||4||TBA||S|
|Spanish in the Workplace||SPAN 295||4||Cabañas Alamán||S|
|Span. in the Workplace Internship Module 2,3,4||SPAN I295||0||Cabañas Alamán||S|
1All courses are given in English unless marked as follows: “S” = given in Spanish.
2An additional fee is charged as indicated for the mandatory activities programmed for the following Summer 2017 courses:
|Course #||Course Name||Activity||Course-related fee*|
|MKT 420||Marketing for Entrepreneurs||Madrid site visits||$130|
|SCI L112||Astronomy II Lab||Five day, four-night field trip to Canary Islands observatories||$1,235|
|SPAN I295||Spanish in the Workplace Internship Module||The course related fee includes the following: Internship Program fee, additional housing, and extended health insurance coverage.||$3,000|
|* Course related fees are 100% refundable if the student drops the course before the deadline for late registration. If the student drops the course after the late registration deadline, he or she will be liable for 100% of the course related fee.|
|Course #||Course Name||Dates|
|SPAN I295||Spanish in the Workplace Internship Module||23 May - 20 July|
4Students enrolled in the SPAN I295 Internship Module must be concurrently enrolled in SPAN 295 Spanish in the Workplace.
Summer tuition is charged on per-credit rates for undergraduate and graduate course work.
A minimum of 10 students is required to make a class. It is therefore important for students to indicate alternative choices whenever possible.
Suffolk University Madrid Campus reserves the right to cancel any course or change its instructor, time or the language in which it is given should the need arise. Students should provide alternative choices of courses in case a given course is full or cancelled.