Boston University

Boston, USA
	

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Die bereits 1839 gegründete und 1869 mit ihrem jetzigen Namen versehene Boston University ist heutzutage eine der größten privaten Universitäten in den USA und ein wichtiges kulturelles, intellektuelles und wissenschaftliches Zentrum an der amerikanischen Ostküste.

Sie hat zwar historisch mit der United Methodist Church zu tun, ist aber heute nicht mehr konfessionsgebunden. Im Jahr 1872 war sie die erste Hochschule, die alle akademischen Bereiche auch für Frauen zugänglich machte.

Ganz besonders für ihre Forschungsarbeit hat sich die Universität einen guten Ruf erworben und legt sehr viel Wert auf diesen Bereich. Zu den Alumni und Lehrkräften der Universität gehören mittlerweile sieben Nobelpreisgewinner, unter ihnen auch Martin Luther King Jr., sowie viele Gewinner des Pulitzer-Preises.

Laut verschiedener Rankings gehört die Boston University zu den besten vier Prozent aller amerikanischen Universitäten. Neben einem Vollstudium im Graduate-Bereich können internationale Studenten hier auch Auslandssemester oder Summer Sessions verbringen sowie Sprachkurse belegen.

Insgesamt unterhält die Boston University nicht zuletzt aufgrund ihrer Größe ein riesiges Netzwerk an Kooperationen auf der ganzen Welt, was Forschung und Lehre zugute kommt. Auch die Zahl der Lehrkräfte ist relativ hoch; so kommen auf ein Mitglied des Lehrkörpers nur 13 Studenten - dadurch ist eine gute Betreuung im Studium gewährleistet.

Fakten

Gründungsjahr: 1839

Hochschultyp: Private Hochschule

Anzahl Studenten: Gesamt 33700 , 16600 Undergraduate, 14200 Postgraduate, International 6000

Akkreditierungen:

  • AACSB (Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business)
  • NEASC-CIHE (New England Association of Schools and Colleges - Commission on Institutions of Higher Education)

Studienjahr:

Das reguläre Studienjahr an der Boston University ist in zwei Semester unterteilt. In den Monaten Mai bis August werden außerdem mehrere Summer Sessions angeboten.

Studienprogramme

Kursverzeichnisse

Über die folgenden Links gelangt ihr zum Kurskatalog und ggf. Stundenplan dieser Hochschule. Während der Kurskatalog vor allem einen Gesamtüberblick der angebotenen Studiengänge und ihres Curriculums liefert, findet ihr im Stundenplan die in den einzelnen Semestern tatsächlich angebotenen Kurse. Für Fragen zum Kursangebot stehen wir euch natürlich immer gern zur Verfügung.

Campus

Der Hauptcampus der Boston University, Charles River Campus, erstreckt sich mitten in der Stadt über fast drei Kilometer entlang der Commonwealth Avenue und der Green Line. Hier befindet sich ein Großteil der Lehreinrichtungen. Das abwechslungsreiche Gelände bietet sowohl grüne Rasenflächen und efeubewachsene Gemäuer als auch lebendige Straßenzüge mit Geschäften, Restaurants und vielen anderen Freizeitmöglichkeiten.

Die Gebäude sind architektonisch sehr unterschiedlich, was auf die kontinuierliche Weiterentwicklung des Standortes zurückzuführen ist. Am bekanntesten sind das College of Arts and Sciences, die Marsh Chapel und die School of Theology, die Ende der 1930er Jahre im gotischen Stil erbaut wurden. Viele weitere Häuser sind auch aus dem in der Gegend traditionellen Sandstein erbaut.

Die Boston University Bridge, die über den angrenzenden Charles River führt, bildet die Grenze zum West Campus, wo es Sportzentren und -plätze sowie Studentenunterkünfte gibt. Darüber hinaus existiert südlich der Innenstadt noch ein separater Medical Campus.

Weitere Standorte gibt es in verschiedenen Städten auf der ganzen Welt, so zum Beispiel in Washington, London oder Brüssel. Hier bietet die Universität hauptsächlich Praktika und Semesterprogramme an.


Wohnen

Studenten der Boston University können sowohl auf dem Campus als auch außerhalb des Geländes wohnen.

Folgende Unterkunftsmöglichkeiten stehen zur Auswahl:

  • Studentenwohnheim
  • Apartment auf dem Campus
  • Private Apartments / Hotels

Die konkrete Verfügbarkeit der einzelnen Unterkunftsmöglichkeiten kann je nach Studienprogramm variieren. Detaillierte Informationen findet ihr über die Links oder in der "Gratisbroschüre" zum jeweiligen Programm. Für Fragen stehen wir euch gern zur Verfügung.

Die Hochschulstadt Boston

Boston ist die größte Stadt der Region Neuengland und mit etwa 590000 Einwohnern die Hauptstadt des Bundesstaates Massachusetts an der Ostküste der USA. Sie hat ein mildes Klima mit Durchschnittstemperaturen von höchstens 33 °C im Sommer und -9 °C im Winter und besitzt natürliche Häfen, die wegen der starken Zergliederung der Massachusetts Bay angelegt werden konnten.

Die Atmosphäre dieses Landstrichs zeichnet sich vor allem darin aus, dem ehemaligen Mutterland England in Kultur und Tradition näher zu sein als der Rest der USA; bis heute wirkt Boston mit den viktorianischen Häusern „very british“. Vor allem in kultureller und historischer Hinsicht hat die Stadt viel zu bieten, beispielsweise den „Freedom Trail“: Ein roter Strich, der über Bürgersteige innerhalb einer Strecke von vier Kilometern zu 16 Stätten der US-amerikanischen Unabhängigkeitsbewegung führt, angefangen beim Stadtpark „Boston Common“ bis hin zum Abschluss in Charlestown. Das „Museum of Fine Arts“ zählt zu den bedeutendsten in Neuengland, und das „Boston Athení¦um“ ist eine der ältesten Kultureinrichtungen Massachusetts’ mit Bibliothek und Kunstsammlungen. Weltbekannt sind die „Symphony Hall“ und das in ihr residierende „Boston Symphony Orchestra“.

Aber man kann hier seine Freizeit auch anders als kulturell verbringen: Zum Beispiel beim Shoppen, beim Sport oder einfach bei einem Spaziergang, denn Boston als eine der ältesten und wohlhabendsten Städte der USA hat viele schöne Ecken vorzuweisen. Auch das Nachtleben ist sehr lebendig, besonders in den Kneipen an der Newbury Street oder den Nachtclubs in der Lansdowne Street.

Aktuellste News zur Hochschule

27 Aug

"Boston ist eine der spannendsten Städte der Welt": Auslandssemester an der Boston University

Du studierst BWL und hast Lust dein Auslandssemester in einer der spannendsten Städte der USA zu verbringen? Wie wäre es mit dem Metropolitan College der Boston University in der dynamischen Wirtschaftsmetropole an der Ostküste?

Mit ihrer Top-Lage mitten im Zentrum von Boston bietet die private Forschungsuniversität eine einzigartige Kombination aus erstklassigen Kursen, neuester Technologie und zahlreichen Networking-Events. Wie ihr das Beste aus eurem Auslandssemester an der BU herausholt, verrät euch Dr. Jay Halfond, ehemaliger Dean des Metropolitan College der Boston University, im Interview.

   

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Studienprogramme

Beschreibung

Internationale Studenten haben die Möglichkeit, für ein oder zwei Semester im Rahmen des MET International Program am Metropolitan College (MET) der Boston University zu studieren. Das MET ist eine Abteilung der Boston University, die vor allem auf Studienprogramme für Berufstätige, aber auch für internationale Studenten spezialisiert ist.

Bei den Semesterprogrammen der Boston University ist zwischen dem MET International Undergraduate Program und dem MET International Graduate Certificate Program zu unterscheiden.

Teilnehmer des MET International Undergraduate Program können je nach Vorkenntnissen fachbereichs- und semesterübergreifend Kurse aus den meisten der am Metropolitan College der Boston University angebotenen Bachelorstudiengänge wählen. Das Studienangebot am MET College der Boston University umfasst Studiengänge aus rund 20 Fachrichtungen. Zu den Fachrichtungen mit einem recht umfangreichen Kursangebot zählen unter anderem Art History, Biology, Computer Science, Business, English, History, Psychology und Sociology.

Das MET International Graduate Certificate Program hingegen ist ein in sich geschlossenes Programm, das mit einem Certificate abschließt. Die Teilnehmer können dabei zwischen verschiedenen Certificates wählen - unter anderem International Marketing, Financial Markets & Institutions, Innovation and Entrepreneurship, Supply Chain Management, Applied Sustainability und Food Studies. Die Kurse innerhalb dieser Programme sind dabei weitgehend festgelegt.

Nach Abschluss des MET International Graduate Certificate Program besteht durch Wahl der Internship Option die Möglichkeit eines einsemestrigen, durch die BU vermittelten Praktikums in den USA.


Gebühren

In den Undergraduate-Studiengebühren sind vier bis fünf Kurse mit jeweils 4 Credits am Metropolitan College der Boston University enthalten. Darüber hinaus können die Programmteilnehmer Fitness & Recreation Courses für weitere 2 Credits kostenlos belegen. Bei Belegung eines Kurses aus dem College of Arts and Science können die Kursgebühren von den oben genannten abweichen


Finanzierungsmöglichkeiten

Studierende können für ein Auslandssemester an der Boston University unter anderem Auslands-BAföG beantragen. Wer förderungsberechtigt ist, erhält einen Zuschuss zu den Studiengebühren bis zu EUR 4600, eine Reisekostenpauschale sowie einen Zuschuss zur Krankenversicherung und den Lebenshaltungskosten

 


Voraussetzungen

Um an der Boston University am MET International Undergraduate Program teilnehmen zu können, müssen Bewerber zu Beginn des Semesters an der BU mindestens zwei Semester abgeschlossen haben und gute Noten vorweisen können.

Für das MET International Graduate Certificate Program hingegen können nur Bewerber zugelassen werden, die ein Bachelorstudium abgeschlossen haben und derzeit in einem Masterstudiengang eingeschrieben sind. Zum Zeitpunkt der Bewerbung müssen mindestens die Noten des ersten Mastersemesters vorliegen. Zum Zeitpunkt des Programmbeginns in Boston müssen dann mindestens zwei Mastersemester erfolgreich abgeschlossen worden sein und/oder insgesamt 240 ECTS-Punkte nachgewiesen werden können.

Die verschiedenen MET International Graduate Certificate Programs haben zwar alle wirtschaftswissenschaftlichen Bezug, setzen aber keine Vorkenntnisse in dieser Fachrichtung voraus, weshalb fachfremde Bewerbungen auch möglich sind. Einzige Ausnahme ist das Certificate in Banking and Financial Markets, das Kenntnisse in Rechnungswesen voraussetzt.

Für alle MET International Programs müssen die Bewerber über ausreichend gute Englischkenntnisse verfügen. Diese müssen anhand eines standardisierten Sprachtests wie dem TOEFL oder dem IELTS nachgewiesen werden. Bezüglich des TOEFL gibt es nicht nur Vorgaben hinsichtlich der Gesamtpunktzahl, sondern auch bezüglich der Mindestpunktzahl in den einzelnen Teilbereichen.

Die Boston University hat feste Bewerbungsfristen (s.u.), die unbedingt eingehalten werden müssen. Um einen fristgerechten Eingang eurer Bewerbung an der Uni gewährleisten zu können, muss uns die vollständige Bewerbung ein paar Tage vor der Bewerbungsfrist im Original vorliegen. Nach dem 01. April bzw. 15. September können wir daher keine Bewerbungen mehr annehmen.

Die Sprachkenntnisse können durch eines der folgenden Testergebnisse bzw. Dokumente nachgewiesen werden:

UndergraduatePostgraduate
IELTS6.5 (kein Bereich unter 6.5)6.5 (kein Bereich unter 6.5)
TEST12
TOEFL (internet-based)84 (Writing: 22, Speaking: 23, Listening: 18, Reading: 21)84 (Writing: 22, Speaking: 23, Listening: 18, Reading: 21)

Der Sprachnachweis kann nicht nachgereicht werden.

 

Studiengänge/Kurse

Studiengänge/Kurse in Englisch - Undergraduate

  • Bachelor of Liberal Studies in Art History
  • Bachelor of Liberal Studies in English and American Literature
  • Bachelor of Liberal Studies in History
  • Bachelor of Liberal Studies in Philosophy
  • Bachelor of Science in Biology
  • Bachelor of Science in Biomedical Laboratory and Clinical Sciences
  • Bachelor of Science in Computer Science
  • Bachelor of Science in Criminal Justice
  • Bachelor of Science in Economics
  • Bachelor of Science in Interdisciplinary Studies
  • Bachelor of Science in Management Studies
  • Bachelor of Science in Mathematics
  • Bachelor of Science in Psychology
  • Bachelor of Science in Sociology
  • Bachelor of Science in Urban Affairs

Studiengänge/Kurse in Englisch - Postgraduate

  • Graduate Certificate in Advanced Information Technology
  • Graduate Certificate in Applied Sustainability
  • Graduate Certificate in Arts Administration
  • Graduate Certificate in Computer Networks
  • Graduate Certificate in Corporate Finance
  • Graduate Certificate in Database Management & Business Intelligence
  • Graduate Certificate in Digital Forensics
  • Graduate Certificate in Food Studies
  • Graduate Certificate in Fundraising Management
  • Graduate Certificate in Global Marketing Management
  • Graduate Certificate in Health Informatics
  • Graduate Certificate in Information Security
  • Graduate Certificate in Information Technology
  • Graduate Certificate in Innovation & Entrepreneurship
  • Graduate Certificate in International Business Management
  • Graduate Certificate in Medical Information Security & Privacy
  • Graduate Certificate in Project Management
  • Graduate Certificate in Software Engineering
  • Graduate Certificate in Software Engineering in Health Care Systems
  • Graduate Certificate in Supply Chain Management
  • Graduate Certificate in Sustainable Economic Development via Tourism
  • Graduate Certificate in Web Application Development

Beschreibung

Die Boston University offeriert im Rahmen der Summer Sessions jedes Jahr rund 700 Kurse aus fast allen denkbaren Fachrichtungen. Speziell für Schüler gibt es an der Boston University im Sommer drei verschiedene Programme: High School Honors, Summer Challenge und Summer Preview.

Bei High School Honors können die Schüler innerhalb von sechs Wochen bis zu acht College Credits in zwei Kursen aus dem Undergraduate-Bereich erlangen; die Summer Challenge hat eine Dauer von zwei Wochen und ermöglicht Interessenten die Teilnahme an zwei Kursen mit einem ersten Einblick ins College-Leben, und die Summer Preview bietet das gleiche für etwas jüngere Schüler innerhalb von einer Woche bei nur einem Kurs.


Gebühren

Die Studiengebühren errechnen sich pro Credit. Undergraduate-Kurse haben eine Kursnummer zwischen 100 und 599, Postgraduate-Kurse zwischen 600 und 999. Einige Fachbereiche weichen von den genannten Angaben ab. Die Student Services Fee von US$ 60 wird per Session berechnet. Weitere Information bietet der unten stehende Link.

Die Gebühren für die Schülerprogramme setzen sich wie folgt zusammen:

Application Fee:
US$ 50

Student Services and Program Fee:
US$ 470 (nur beim High School Honors Program zu zahlen)

Student Health Services Fees:
US$ 25

Tuition:
US$ 4.000 (Summer Challenge; Unterkunft und Verpflegung sind im Preis enthalten)
US$ 5.440 (High School Honors Summer Program)
US$ 1.430 (Summer Preview)


Voraussetzungen

Voraussetzung für die Teilnahme an den Summer Sessions an der Boston University sind das Abitur oder die Fachhochschulreife.

Da Englisch die Unterrichtssprache ist, werden gute Englischkenntnisse vorausgesetzt. Die Erbringung eines formalen Nachweises dieser Sprachkenntnisse ist nicht erforderlich, dennoch sollte sich jeder Bewerber im eigenen Interesse sicher sein, ausreichend gut Englisch zu sprechen, um den Kursen folgen zu können, da in der Regel im Unterricht und in der Bewertung der Kurse keine Rücksicht auf eventuelle Sprachbarrieren genommen werden kann. Die genannten Punktzahlen sind daher Richtwerte.

Eine Ausnahme bilden Kurse aus dem Bereich „Administrative Studies“ des Metropolitan Colleges, die mit „MET AD“ bezeichnet sind. Für diese Kurse ist sowohl im Undergraduate‐ als auch Graduate‐Bereich ein Sprachnachweis erforderlich, den ihr über einen standardisierten Test wie den TOEFL oder IELTS erbringen müsst.

Wenn ein Sprachnachweis notwendig ist, muss mit der Bewerbung eingereicht werden und kann nicht nachgereicht werden. Für Kurse des College of Communication (COM) und der School of Management (SMG) werden Sprachkenntnisse auf dem Niveau des IELTS 7 oder Punkte in den Kategorien des TOEFL iBT bei 25 in Reading, 21 in Listening, 23 in Speaking und 22 in Writing dringend empfohlen.

Für die Schülerprogramme gelten Mindestaltersgrenzen von 15 Jahren für das High School Honors Program und das Summer Challenge Program. Beim Summer Preview Program muss man mindestens 13 Jahre alt sein. Die weiteren Voraussetzungen teilen wir auf Anfrage gerne mit.

Die Sprachkenntnisse können durch eines der folgenden Testergebnisse bzw. Dokumente nachgewiesen werden:

UndergraduatePostgraduate
IELTS7.07.0
TOEFL (internet-based)8484

Der Sprachnachweis kann nachgereicht werden.

 

Studiengänge/Kurse

Summer Session I (21.05.2019 - 28.06.2019) - Studiengänge/Kurse in Englisch - Undergraduate

Fachbereich Kursnummer Kursbezeichnung
Accounting QST AC 221 Financial Accounting
Accounting QST AC 222 Managerial Accounting
Accounting QST AC 347 Intermediate Accounting I
Accounting QST AC 565 Auditing
Administrative Studies MET AD 501 Business Communication for International Students
Administrative Studies MET AD 571 Business Analytics Foundations
Administrative Studies MET MG 202 Personal Financial Planning
Administrative Studies MET MG 410 Entrepreneurial Management: Starting, Innovating, and Managing Small-, Medium-, and Large-Sized Ventures
Administrative Studies MET MG 435 Advertising
Administrative Studies MET MG 472 Financial Concepts
Administrative Studies MET MG 520 International Business Management
Administrative Studies MET MG 541 The Innovation Process: Developing New Products and Services
Advertising COM CM 180 Understanding Media
Advertising COM CM 211 Professional Presentation
Advertising COM CM 215 Principles and Practices of Public Relations
Advertising COM CM 217 Introduction to Advertising
Advertising COM CM 313 Corporate Communication
Advertising COM CM 321 Mass Communication Research
Advertising COM CM 323 Design Strategy & Software
Advertising COM CM 331 Writing for Communication
Advertising COM CM 441 Media Strategy and Management
Advertising COM CM 443 Digital Media and Public Relations
Advertising COM CM 502 Promoting Creative Ideas Online
Advertising COM CM 522 Managing Corporate Crises and Issues
African American Studies CAS AA 207 Sociology of Race and Ethnicity
African American Studies CAS AA 305 Toni Morrison's American Times
American Studies CAS AM 200 Introduction to American Studies
Anthropology CAS AN 102 Human Biology, Behavior, and Evolution
Anthropology CAS AN 210 Medical Anthropology
Anthropology CAS AN 260 Sex and Gender in Anthropological Perspective
Arabic CAS LY 111 Elementary Modern Arabic 1
Arabic CAS LY 284 War in Arab Literature and Film
Archaeology CAS AR 100 Great Discoveries in Archaeology
Archaeology CAS AR 101 Introduction to Archaeology
Art CFA AR 133 Introduction to Drawing
Art CFA AR 136 Drawing and the Figure
Art CFA AR 143 Introduction to Painting
Art CFA AR 251 Introduction to Printmaking
Art CFA AR 385 Typography 1
Art CFA AR 389 Graphic Design Elective
Art CFA AR 415 Photography 1
Art CFA AR 530 Design Ignites Change
Art CFA AR 580 History of Graphic Design
Art History CAS AH 111 Introduction to Art History I: Antiquity to the Middle Ages
Art History CAS AH 112 Introduction to Art History II: Renaissance to Today
Art History CAS AH 201 Understanding Architecture
Art History CAS AH 242 Latin American Art Since Contact
Art History CAS AH 389 Impressionism
Astronomy CAS AS 101 The Solar System
Biochemistry CAS BI 421 Biochemistry 1
Biochemistry CAS CH 421 Biochemistry I
Biochemistry CAS CH 423 Biochemistry Lecture I
Biology CAS BI 107 Biology 1
Biology CAS BI 108 Biology 2
Biology CAS BI 203 Cell Biology
Biology CAS BI 210 Human Anatomy
Biology CAS BI 309 Evolution
Biology CAS BI 311 General Microbiology
Biology CAS BI 315 Systems Physiology
Biology CAS BI 325 Principles of Neuroscience
Biology CAS BI 383 Fundamentals of Biology 3
Biology CAS BI 421 Biochemistry 1
Biology CAS BI 525 Biology of Neurodegenerative Diseases
Biology CAS BI 551 Biology of Stem Cells
Biology CAS BI 552 Molecular Biology 1
Biology CAS BI 576 Carcinogenesis
Biology CAS BI 594 Topics in Biology
Business QST AC 221 Financial Accounting
Business QST AC 222 Managerial Accounting
Business QST AC 347 Intermediate Accounting I
Business QST AC 565 Auditing
Business QST ES 215 Explore Your Career and Build Your Toolkit
Business QST ES 275 Management Communication
Business QST FE 101 Introduction to Finance
Business QST FE 442 Money, Financial Markets, and Economic Activity
Business QST FE 445 Investment Analysis and Portfolio Management
Business QST FE 449 Corporate Financial Management
Business QST FE 459 Computational Techniques for Finance
Business QST FE 469 Real Estate Finance
Business QST IM 345 International Business Environment
Business QST IS 223 Introduction to Information Systems
Business QST IS 467 Agile Development Methodologies
Business QST IS 479 Innovating with Information Technology
Business QST LA 245 Introduction to Law
Business QST MK 468 Advanced Marketing Strategy
Business QST MK 469 Communications and Digital Media Strategies
Business QST QM 221 Probabilistic and Statistical Decision-Making for Management
Business QST QM 222 Modeling Business Decisions and Market Outcomes
Business QST SI 422 Strategy, Innovation, and Global Competition
Business QST SM 101 Introduction to Management
Business QST SM 104 Finance for Non-Management Students
Business QST SM 105 Introduction to Marketing
Business QST SM 131 Business, Society, and Ethics
Business for Non-Majors MET MG 202 Personal Financial Planning
Business for Non-Majors QST SM 101 Introduction to Management
Business for Non-Majors QST SM 104 Finance for Non-Management Students
Business for Non-Majors QST SM 105 Introduction to Marketing
Chemistry CAS CH 101 General Chemistry 1
Chemistry CAS CH 102 General Chemistry 2
Chemistry CAS CH 131 General Chemistry for the Engineering Sciences
Chemistry CAS CH 171 Principles of General Chemistry
Chemistry CAS CH 203 Organic Chemistry 1
Chemistry CAS CH 205 Organic Chemistry Lecture 1
Chemistry CAS CH 421 Biochemistry I
Chemistry CAS CH 423 Biochemistry Lecture I
Chinese CAS LC 111 First-Semester Chinese
Classical Studies CAS CL 111 Latin 1
Classical Studies CAS CL 208 The Language of Our Ancestors: Introduction to Indo-European Linguistics
Communication COM CM 180 Understanding Media
Communication COM CM 211 Professional Presentation
Communication COM CM 215 Principles and Practices of Public Relations
Communication COM CM 217 Introduction to Advertising
Communication COM CM 313 Corporate Communication
Communication COM CM 321 Mass Communication Research
Communication COM CM 323 Design Strategy & Software
Communication COM CM 331 Writing for Communication
Communication COM CM 441 Media Strategy and Management
Communication COM CM 443 Digital Media and Public Relations
Communication COM CM 502 Promoting Creative Ideas Online
Communication COM CM 522 Managing Corporate Crises and Issues
Computer Science CAS CS 103 Introduction to Internet Technologies and Web Programming
Computer Science CAS CS 111 Introduction to Computer Science 1
Computer Science CAS CS 112 Introduction to Computer Science 2
Computer Science CAS CS 131 Combinatoric Structures
Computer Science CAS CS 132 Geometric Algorithms
Computer Science CAS CS 237 Probability in Computing
Computer Science CAS CS 320 Concepts of Programming Languages
Computer Science CAS CS 330 Introduction to Analysis of Algorithms
Computer Science CAS CS 525 Compiler Design Theory
Computer Science CAS CS 542 Machine Learning
Computer Science CAS CS 565 Algorithmic Data Mining
Computer Science CAS CS 591 Topics in Computer Science
Computer Science ENG EC 327 Introduction to Software Engineering
Computer Science MET CS 201 Introduction to Programming
Computer Science MET CS 232 Programming with Java
Computer Science MET CS 248 Discrete Mathematics
Computer Science MET CS 432 Introduction to IT Project Management
Computer Science MET CS 544 Foundations of Analytics with R
Creative Writing CAS EN 202 Introduction to Creative Writing
Creative Writing CAS EN 304 Writing of Poetry
Criminal Justice MET CJ 510 Special Topics in Criminal Justice
Deaf Studies SED DE 551 Deaf Literature and ASL Folklore
Deaf Studies SED DE 570 American Sign Language I
Earth & Environment CAS ES 107 Introduction to Climate and Earth System Science
Earth & Environment CAS GE 100 Environmental Change and Sustainability
Earth & Environment CAS GE 532 Research for Environmental Agencies and Organizations
Economics CAS EC 101 Introductory Microeconomic Analysis
Economics CAS EC 102 Introductory Macroeconomic Analysis
Economics CAS EC 201 Intermediate Microeconomic Analysis
Economics CAS EC 202 Intermediate Macroeconomic Analysis
Economics CAS EC 203 Empirical Economics 1
Economics CAS EC 332 Market Structure and Economic Performance
Economics CAS EC 337 Economic Analysis of Legal Issues
Economics CAS EC 341 Monetary and Banking Institutions
Economics CAS EC 356 Economics of the Labor Market
Economics CAS EC 387 Introduction to Health Economics
Economics CAS EC 403 Game Theory
Education SED CE 500 Introduction to Counseling
Education SED CT 526 Family and Community Engagement
Education SED CT 534 Classroom Management
Education SED DE 551 Deaf Literature and ASL Folklore
Education SED DE 570 American Sign Language I
Education SED LR 551 Reading Development, Assessment, and Instruction in the Elementary School
Education SED LS 565 Applied Linguistics: Language & Linguistics Survey
Education SED ME 503 Mathematical Reasoning in the Elementary Grades: Number Systems
Education SED ME 563 Problem Solving in Mathematics
Education SED PE 504 Workshop: Coaching Strategies
Education SED SC 539 Explaining Science: a Philosophical Perspective
Education SED SE 510 Special Education: Curriculum and Instruction
Education SED SE 512 Special Education: Students with Disabilities and the Law
Education SED TL 520 Teaching English Language Learners
Engineering ENG EC 327 Introduction to Software Engineering
Engineering ENG EC 455 Electromagnetic Systems I
Engineering ENG EC 456 Electromagnetic Systems II
Engineering ENG EK 210 Introduction to Engineering Design
Engineering ENG EK 307 Electric Circuits
Engineering ENG ME 500 Special Topics in Mechanical Engineering
Engineering ENG ME 502 Invention: Technology Creation, Protection, and Commercialization
English Literature CAS EN 125 Reading Modern Literature
English Literature CAS EN 220 Seminar in Literature
English Literature CAS EN 363 Shakespeare I
English Literature CAS EN 370 Introduction to African American Women Writers
English Literature CAS EN 373 Detective Fiction
English Literature CAS EN 533 American Literature I
English Literature CAS EN 582 Studies in Modern Fiction
Film and Television COM FT 201 Screen Language: The Aesthetics, Grammar and Rhetoric of the Moving Image
Film and Television COM FT 303 Understanding Television
Film and Television COM FT 310 Storytelling for Film and Television
Film and Television COM FT 353 Production I
Film and Television COM FT 521 Promoting Creative Ideas Online
Film and Television COM FT 522 Writing Situation Comedy
Film and Television COM FT 590 2D Animation Basics
Finance MET MG 202 Personal Financial Planning
Finance MET MG 472 Financial Concepts
Finance QST FE 101 Introduction to Finance
Finance QST FE 442 Money, Financial Markets, and Economic Activity
Finance QST FE 445 Investment Analysis and Portfolio Management
Finance QST FE 449 Corporate Financial Management
Finance QST FE 459 Computational Techniques for Finance
Finance QST FE 469 Real Estate Finance
Finance QST SM 104 Finance for Non-Management Students
French CAS LF 111 First-Semester French
French CAS LF 112 Second-Semester French
French CAS LF 211 Third-Semester French
French CAS LF 212 Fourth-Semester French
Health and Rehabilitation SAR HP 353 Organization & Delivery of Health Care in the U.S.
Health and Rehabilitation SAR HS 210 Introduction to Critical Inquiry
Health and Rehabilitation SAR HS 251 Human Nutrition Science
Health and Rehabilitation SAR HS 325 Introduction to Global Health
Health and Rehabilitation SAR HS 342 Exercise Physiology
Health and Rehabilitation SAR HS 542 Exercise Physiology
Health and Rehabilitation SAR HS 551 Human Nutrition Science
Health and Rehabilitation SAR HS 581 Gross Human Anatomy
Health Sciences SAR HP 353 Organization & Delivery of Health Care in the U.S.
Health Sciences SAR HS 210 Introduction to Critical Inquiry
Health Sciences SAR HS 251 Human Nutrition Science
Health Sciences SAR HS 325 Introduction to Global Health
Health Sciences SAR HS 342 Exercise Physiology
Health Sciences SAR HS 542 Exercise Physiology
Health Sciences SAR HS 551 Human Nutrition Science
Health Sciences SAR HS 581 Gross Human Anatomy
History CAS HI 201 History of Medieval Europe
History CAS HI 277 War: Myths and Realities
History CAS HI 280 Special Topics in American History
History CAS HI 339 A History of the Present: The United States since 1968
History of Art & Architecture CAS AH 111 Introduction to Art History I: Antiquity to the Middle Ages
History of Art & Architecture CAS AH 112 Introduction to Art History II: Renaissance to Today
History of Art & Architecture CAS AH 201 Understanding Architecture
History of Art & Architecture CAS AH 242 Latin American Art Since Contact
History of Art & Architecture CAS AH 389 Impressionism
Hospitality Administration SHA HF 100 Introduction to the Hospitality Industry
Hospitality Administration SHA HF 210 Financial Accounting for the Hospitality Industry
Hospitality Administration SHA HF 432 Hospitality Leadership
International Relations CAS IR 271 Introduction to International Relations
International Relations CAS IR 330 Diplomatic Practice
International Relations CAS IR 337 Religion and Politics
International Relations CAS IR 349 History of International Relations, 1900-1945
International Relations CAS IR 378 Intelligence in a Democratic Society
International Relations CAS IR 390 International Political Economy
International Relations CAS IR 395 North-South Relations
International Relations CAS IR 501 Conflict and Cooperation in Asia
International Relations CAS IR 511 The Middle East Today
Italian CAS LI 111 First-Semester Italian
Italian CAS LI 211 Third-Semester Italian
Japanese CAS LJ 111 First-Semester Japanese
Japanese CAS LJ 211 Third-Semester Japanese
Japanese CAS LJ 283 Modern Japanese Culture in Cinema (in English translation)
Journalism COM JO 200 Newswriting
Journalism COM JO 205 Visual Storytelling
Journalism COM JO 210 Reporting in Depth
Journalism COM JO 222 Smart Phone Reporting
Journalism COM JO 305 Basic Photography for Non-Majors
Journalism COM JO 350 Law and Ethics of Journalism
Korean CAS LK 111 First-Semester Korean
Latin CAS CL 111 Latin 1
Linguistics CAS LX 208 The Language of Our Ancestors: Introduction to Indo-European Linguistics
Linguistics SED LS 565 Applied Linguistics: Language & Linguistics Survey
Management MET AD 501 Business Communication for International Students
Management MET AD 571 Business Analytics Foundations
Management MET MG 410 Entrepreneurial Management: Starting, Innovating, and Managing Small-, Medium-, and Large-Sized Ventures
Management MET MG 435 Advertising
Management MET MG 520 International Business Management
Management MET MG 541 The Innovation Process: Developing New Products and Services
Management QST ES 215 Explore Your Career and Build Your Toolkit
Management QST ES 275 Management Communication
Management QST IM 345 International Business Environment
Management QST IS 223 Introduction to Information Systems
Management QST IS 467 Agile Development Methodologies
Management QST IS 479 Innovating with Information Technology
Management QST LA 245 Introduction to Law
Management QST QM 221 Probabilistic and Statistical Decision-Making for Management
Management QST QM 222 Modeling Business Decisions and Market Outcomes
Management QST SI 422 Strategy, Innovation, and Global Competition
Management QST SM 101 Introduction to Management
Management QST SM 131 Business, Society, and Ethics
Marketing MET MG 435 Advertising
Marketing QST MK 468 Advanced Marketing Strategy
Marketing QST MK 469 Communications and Digital Media Strategies
Marketing QST SM 105 Introduction to Marketing
Mass Communication COM CM 180 Understanding Media
Mass Communication COM CM 211 Professional Presentation
Mass Communication COM CM 215 Principles and Practices of Public Relations
Mass Communication COM CM 217 Introduction to Advertising
Mass Communication COM CM 313 Corporate Communication
Mass Communication COM CM 321 Mass Communication Research
Mass Communication COM CM 323 Design Strategy & Software
Mass Communication COM CM 331 Writing for Communication
Mass Communication COM CM 441 Media Strategy and Management
Mass Communication COM CM 443 Digital Media and Public Relations
Mass Communication COM CM 502 Promoting Creative Ideas Online
Mass Communication COM CM 522 Managing Corporate Crises and Issues
Mathematics CAS MA 113 Elementary Statistics
Mathematics CAS MA 115 Statistics I
Mathematics CAS MA 116 Statistics II
Mathematics CAS MA 119 Applied Mathematics for Personal Finance
Mathematics CAS MA 121 Calculus for the Life and Social Sciences I
Mathematics CAS MA 123 Calculus I
Mathematics CAS MA 124 Calculus II
Mathematics CAS MA 213 Basic Statistics and Probability
Mathematics CAS MA 214 Applied Statistics
Mathematics CAS MA 225 Multivariate Calculus
Mathematics CAS MA 226 Differential Equations
Mathematics CAS MA 242 Linear Algebra
Mathematics CAS MA 267 The Mathematics of Sustainability
Mathematics CAS MA 293 Discrete Mathematics
Mathematics CAS MA 341 Introduction to Number Theory
Mathematics CAS MA 411 Advanced Calculus
Mathematics CAS MA 416 Analysis of Variance
Mathematics CAS MA 433 Graph Theory
Mathematics CAS MA 511 Introduction to Analysis 1
Mathematics CAS MA 541 Modern Algebra I
Mathematics CAS MA 569 Optimization Methods of Operations Research
Mathematics CAS MA 581 Probability
Mathematics CAS MA 582 Mathematical Statistics
Mathematics MET CS 248 Discrete Mathematics
Music History CFA MH 410 The Poetics and Politics of Hip Hop
Music History CFA MH 432 History of Jazz
Music Performance CFA MU 184 Group Guitar
Music Theory CFA MT 105 Elements of Music Theory 1
Neuroscience CAS NE 101 Introduction to Neuroscience
Neuroscience CAS NE 525 Biology of Neurodegenerative Diseases
Neuroscience CAS NE 594 Topics in Neurobiology
Nutrition SAR HS 251 Human Nutrition Science
Nutrition SAR HS 551 Human Nutrition Science
Philosophy CAS PH 100 Introduction to Philosophy
Philosophy CAS PH 150 Introduction to Ethics
Philosophy CAS PH 160 Reasoning and Argumentation
Philosophy CAS PH 251 Medical Ethics
Philosophy CAS PH 300 History of Ancient Philosophy
Photography CFA AR 415 Photography 1
Photography COM JO 305 Basic Photography for Non-Majors
Physics CAS PY 105 Elementary Physics 1
Physics CAS PY 106 Elementary Physics 2
Physics CAS PY 211 General Physics 1
Political Science CAS PO 111 Introduction to American Politics
Political Science CAS PO 171 Introduction to International Relations
Political Science CAS PO 300 Special Topics in American Politics
Political Science CAS PO 328 North-South Relations
Political Science CAS PO 329 International Political Economy
Political Science CAS PO 379 Religion and Politics
Political Science CAS PO 554 Conflict and Cooperation in Asia
Project Management MET CS 432 Introduction to IT Project Management
Psychology CAS PS 101 General Psychology
Psychology CAS PS 211 Introduction to Experimental Design
Psychology CAS PS 234 Psychology of Learning
Psychology CAS PS 241 Developmental Psychology
Psychology CAS PS 251 Psychology of Personality: Theories and Application
Psychology CAS PS 325 Experimental Psychology: Personality
Psychology CAS PS 333 Drugs and Behavior
Psychology CAS PS 338 Neuropsychology
Psychology CAS PS 371 Abnormal Psychology
Public Relations COM CM 180 Understanding Media
Public Relations COM CM 211 Professional Presentation
Public Relations COM CM 215 Principles and Practices of Public Relations
Public Relations COM CM 217 Introduction to Advertising
Public Relations COM CM 313 Corporate Communication
Public Relations COM CM 321 Mass Communication Research
Public Relations COM CM 323 Design Strategy & Software
Public Relations COM CM 331 Writing for Communication
Public Relations COM CM 441 Media Strategy and Management
Public Relations COM CM 443 Digital Media and Public Relations
Public Relations COM CM 502 Promoting Creative Ideas Online
Public Relations COM CM 522 Managing Corporate Crises and Issues
Religion CAS RN 101 The Bible
Religion CAS RN 210 Buddhism
Religion CAS RN 379 Religion and Politics
Russian CAS LR 111 Russian 1
Sociology CAS SO 100 Principles in Sociology
Sociology CAS SO 207 Sociology of Race and Ethnicity
Sociology CAS SO 215 Sociology of Health Care
Sociology CAS SO 240 Sexuality and Social Life
Sociology CAS SO 352 American Masculinities
Sociology MET SO 501 Special Topics in Sociology
Spanish CAS LS 111 First-Semester Spanish
Spanish CAS LS 112 Second-Semester Spanish
Spanish CAS LS 211 Third-Semester Spanish
Spanish CAS LS 212 Fourth-Semester Spanish
Spanish CAS LS 307 Spanish Through Literature and the Arts
Statistics CAS MA 113 Elementary Statistics
Statistics CAS MA 115 Statistics I
Statistics CAS MA 116 Statistics II
Statistics CAS MA 213 Basic Statistics and Probability
Statistics CAS MA 214 Applied Statistics
Statistics CAS MA 581 Probability
Statistics MET CS 544 Foundations of Analytics with R
Theatre CFA TH 120 Acting & Performance 1
Urban Affairs MET UA 510 Special Topics in Urban Affairs
Visual Arts CFA AR 133 Introduction to Drawing
Visual Arts CFA AR 136 Drawing and the Figure
Visual Arts CFA AR 143 Introduction to Painting
Visual Arts CFA AR 251 Introduction to Printmaking
Visual Arts CFA AR 385 Typography 1
Visual Arts CFA AR 389 Graphic Design Elective
Visual Arts CFA AR 415 Photography 1
Visual Arts CFA AR 530 Design Ignites Change
Visual Arts CFA AR 580 History of Graphic Design
Women's & Gender Studies CAS WS 304 WGS Topics in Global and Transnational Studies
Women's & Gender Studies CAS WS 352 American Masculinities
Writing CAS EN 202 Introduction to Creative Writing
Writing CAS EN 304 Writing of Poetry
Writing CAS WR 112 Academic Writing for ESL Students 2
Writing CAS WR 120 First-Year Writing Seminar
Writing CAS WR 150 Writing, Research, & Inquiry
Writing CAS WR 151 Writing, Research, & Inquiry with Oral and/or Signed Expression
Writing CAS WR 152 Writing, Research, & Inquiry with Digital/Multimedia Expression
Writing COM CM 331 Writing for Communication
Writing COM CO 201 Introduction to Communication Writing

Summer Session I (21.05.2019 - 28.06.2019) - Studiengänge/Kurse in Englisch - Postgraduate

Fachbereich Kursnummer Kursbezeichnung
Accounting MET AD 630 Financial and Managerial Accounting
Accounting QST AC 847 Intermediate Accounting 1
Accounting QST AC 865 Auditing
Actuarial Science MET AT 782 Pension Mathematics and Mortality Tables
Administrative Studies MET AD 605 Operations Management: Business Process Fundamentals
Administrative Studies MET AD 630 Financial and Managerial Accounting
Administrative Studies MET AD 632 Financial Concepts
Administrative Studies MET AD 642 Project Management
Administrative Studies MET AD 643 Project Communications Management
Administrative Studies MET AD 648 Ecommerce
Administrative Studies MET AD 654 Marketing Analytics
Administrative Studies MET AD 678 Financial Regulation and Ethics
Administrative Studies MET AD 688 Web Analytics for Business
Administrative Studies MET AD 713 Derivative Securities and Markets
Administrative Studies MET AD 717 Investment Analysis and Portfolio Management
Administrative Studies MET AD 719 Fixed Income Analysis
Administrative Studies MET AD 725 Negotiations and Organizational Conflict Resolution
Administrative Studies MET AD 733 Leadership in Management
Administrative Studies MET AD 741 The Innovation Process: Developing New Products and Services
Advertising COM CM 709 Corporate Public Affairs
Advertising COM CM 714 Oral Presentation
Advertising COM CM 722 Communication Research
Advertising COM CM 742 Media Relations
Advertising COM CM 743 New Media and Public Relations
Advertising MET CM 708 Principles and Practices of Advertising
Arts Administration MET AR 711 Capital Campaigns
Arts Administration MET AR 781 Special Topics in Arts Administration
Business QST AC 865 Auditing
Business QST ES 700 Executive Presentation
Business QST ES 707 Managing Career Growth
Business QST FE 722 Financial Management
Business QST FE 730 Economics and Management Decisions
Business QST FE 820 Corporate Financial Management
Business QST FE 823 Investments
Business QST IS 711 IT Strategies for a Networked Economy
Business QST IS 854 Practicing IT Strategy, Management, and Delivery
Business QST MG 760 Integrated Core Simulation
Business QST MK 854 Branding
Business QST OM 855 Project Management
Business QST PL 700 Introduction to Business Law
Business QST PL 861 Emerging Issues in Business and Law
Business QST QM 717 Data Analysis for Managerial Decision-Making
Business QST SI 718 Topics in Corporate Strategy and Innovation
Business QST SI 751 Competition, Innovation, and Strategy
Business QST SI 839 Design and Innovation Strategy
Communication COM CM 709 Corporate Public Affairs
Communication COM CM 714 Oral Presentation
Communication COM CM 722 Communication Research
Communication COM CM 742 Media Relations
Communication COM CM 743 New Media and Public Relations
Communication MET CM 708 Principles and Practices of Advertising
Computer Science MET CS 632 Information Technology Project Management
Criminal Justice MET CJ 750 Policing in a Democratic Society
Education SED AP 600 Diversity and Justice in Education
Education SED AP 612 Governance and Decision-Making in Higher Education
Education SED AP 615 Theories of Student Learning & Development in Higher Education
Education SED BI 620 Issues in Bilingualism
Education SED CE 630 Applied Positive Psychology
Education SED CE 643 Mindfulness and Performance
Education SED CE 741 Multi-Cultural Perspectives
Education SED CE 769 Substance Abuse and Treatment
Education SED CE 847 Theories of Group Counseling
Education SED EN 630 Educating for Equity and Literacy in the Humanities
Education SED LS 610 Applied Phonology: Strategies for Improving English Language Learners' Intelligibility
Education SED LS 690 Classroom Discourse
Education SED RS 600 Introduction to Research
Education SED RS 620 Action Research and Practitioner Inquiry
Education SED SE 706 Introduction to Special Education
Finance MET AD 632 Financial Concepts
Finance MET AD 678 Financial Regulation and Ethics
Finance MET AD 713 Derivative Securities and Markets
Finance MET AD 717 Investment Analysis and Portfolio Management
Finance MET AD 719 Fixed Income Analysis
Finance QST FE 722 Financial Management
Finance QST FE 730 Economics and Management Decisions
Finance QST FE 820 Corporate Financial Management
Finance QST FE 823 Investments
Gastronomy MET ML 641 Anthropology of Food
Gastronomy MET ML 651 Fundamentals of Wine
Gastronomy MET ML 673 Survey of Food and Film
Gastronomy MET ML 714 Urban Agriculture
Health and Rehabilitation SAR SH 710 Advanced Topics
Management MET AD 605 Operations Management: Business Process Fundamentals
Management MET AD 642 Project Management
Management MET AD 643 Project Communications Management
Management MET AD 648 Ecommerce
Management MET AD 654 Marketing Analytics
Management MET AD 678 Financial Regulation and Ethics
Management MET AD 688 Web Analytics for Business
Management MET AD 725 Negotiations and Organizational Conflict Resolution
Management MET AD 733 Leadership in Management
Management MET AD 741 The Innovation Process: Developing New Products and Services
Management QST ES 700 Executive Presentation
Management QST ES 707 Managing Career Growth
Management QST IS 711 IT Strategies for a Networked Economy
Management QST MG 760 Integrated Core Simulation
Management QST OM 855 Project Management
Management QST PL 700 Introduction to Business Law
Management QST PL 861 Emerging Issues in Business and Law
Management QST QM 717 Data Analysis for Managerial Decision-Making
Management QST SI 718 Topics in Corporate Strategy and Innovation
Management QST SI 751 Competition, Innovation, and Strategy
Management QST SI 839 Design and Innovation Strategy
Marketing MET AD 648 Ecommerce
Marketing MET AD 654 Marketing Analytics
Marketing QST MK 854 Branding
Mass Communication COM CM 709 Corporate Public Affairs
Mass Communication COM CM 714 Oral Presentation
Mass Communication COM CM 722 Communication Research
Mass Communication COM CM 742 Media Relations
Mass Communication COM CM 743 New Media and Public Relations
Mass Communication MET CM 708 Principles and Practices of Advertising
Mathematics MET AT 782 Pension Mathematics and Mortality Tables
Project Management MET AD 642 Project Management
Project Management MET AD 643 Project Communications Management
Project Management MET CS 632 Information Technology Project Management
Project Management QST OM 855 Project Management
Public Relations COM CM 709 Corporate Public Affairs
Public Relations COM CM 714 Oral Presentation
Public Relations COM CM 722 Communication Research
Public Relations COM CM 742 Media Relations
Public Relations COM CM 743 New Media and Public Relations
Public Relations MET CM 708 Principles and Practices of Advertising
Social Work SSW CP 786 Social Work and Health Care: Tools for Practice
Social Work SSW CP 799 Brief and Time-Effective Treatment
Social Work SSW ET 753 Ethics and the Social Work Profession
Social Work SSW HB 723 Adult Psychopathology
Social Work SSW HB 735 Racial Justice and Cultural Oppression
Social Work SSW SR 744 Social Work Research II
Social Work SSW WP 707 Social Welfare Policy & Programs on Children
Theology STH TO 814 The Cultural Background of the Hebrew Bible
Theology STH TO 846 Middle Egyptian I (Egyptian Hieroglyphs)
Theology STH TS 823 Building Sustainable and Resilient Communities
Theology STH TY 704 Spiritual Care
Theology STH TY 808 Peace and Violence
Urban Affairs MET UA 654 GIS and Spatial Analysis

Twelve-Week Session (21.05.2019 - 09.08.2019) - Studiengänge/Kurse in Englisch - Undergraduate

Fachbereich Kursnummer Kursbezeichnung
Business QST OB 221 The Dynamics of Leading Organizations
Computer Science ENG EC 512 Enterprise Client-Server Software Systems Design
Computer Science MET CS 401 Introduction to Web Application Development
Computer Science MET CS 469 Introduction to Database Design and Implementation for Business
Computer Science MET CS 472 Computer Architecture
Computer Science MET CS 473 Introduction to Software Engineering
Computer Science MET CS 521 Information Structures with Python
Computer Science MET CS 535 Computer Networks
Computer Science MET CS 546 Introduction to Probability and Statistics
Computer Science MET CS 566 Analysis of Algorithms
Computer Science MET CS 575 Operating Systems
Computer Science MET CS 579 Database Management
Engineering ENG EC 410 Introduction to Electronics
Engineering ENG EC 512 Enterprise Client-Server Software Systems Design
Engineering ENG EK 301 Engineering Mechanics I
Engineering ENG ME 302 Engineering Mechanics II
Engineering ENG ME 304 Energy and Thermodynamics
Engineering ENG ME 305 Mechanics of Materials
Engineering ENG ME 310 Measurement and Instrumentation
Management QST OB 221 The Dynamics of Leading Organizations
Statistics MET CS 546 Introduction to Probability and Statistics

Twelve-Week Session (21.05.2019 - 09.08.2019) - Studiengänge/Kurse in Englisch - Postgraduate

Fachbereich Kursnummer Kursbezeichnung
Actuarial Science MET MA 603 SAS with Statistical Applications
Arts Administration MET AR 777 Comparative Cultural Policy and Administration
Computer Science MET CS 601 Web Application Development
Computer Science MET CS 625 Business Data Communication and Networks
Computer Science MET CS 634 Agile Software Development
Computer Science MET CS 669 Database Design and Implementation for Business
Computer Science MET CS 673 Software Engineering
Computer Science MET CS 682 Information Systems Analysis and Design
Computer Science MET CS 688 Web Analytics and Mining
Computer Science MET CS 693 Digital Forensics and Investigations
Computer Science MET CS 699 Data Mining
Computer Science MET CS 782 IT Strategy and Management
Health and Rehabilitation SAR SH 734 Acquired Cognitive Disorders
Statistics MET MA 603 SAS with Statistical Applications

Summer Session II (01.07.2019 - 09.08.2019) - Studiengänge/Kurse in Englisch - Undergraduate

Fachbereich Kursnummer Kursbezeichnung
Accounting QST AC 221 Financial Accounting
Accounting QST AC 222 Managerial Accounting
Administrative Studies MET MG 310 Business Communication
Administrative Studies MET MG 415 Project Management
Administrative Studies MET MG 431 International Marketing
Administrative Studies MET MG 448 Electronic Commerce, Systems, and Web Design
Administrative Studies MET MG 515 Negotiations and Organizational Conflict Resolution
Administrative Studies MET MG 530 Business Strategy
Advertising COM CM 211 Professional Presentation
Advertising COM CM 313 Corporate Communication
Advertising COM CM 321 Mass Communication Research
Advertising COM CM 323 Design Strategy & Software
Advertising COM CM 331 Writing for Communication
Advertising COM CM 417 Fundamentals of Creative Development
African American Studies CAS AA 335 Sociology of Race, Class & Gender
African American Studies CAS AA 507 Literature of the Harlem Renaissance
American Studies CAS AM 301 Perspectives on the American Experience
Anthropology CAS AN 101 Introduction to Cultural Anthropology
Anthropology CAS AN 102 Human Biology, Behavior, and Evolution
Anthropology CAS AN 263 The Behavioral Biology of Women
Arabic CAS LY 112 Elementary Modern Arabic 2
Archaeology CAS AR 100 Great Discoveries in Archaeology
Art CFA AR 133 Introduction to Drawing
Art CFA AR 141 Foundation Painting
Art CFA AR 235 Drawing 1
Art CFA AR 389 Graphic Design Elective
Art CFA AR 415 Photography 1
Art CFA AR 431 Advanced Drawing
Art CFA AR 515 Digital Photography
Art History CAS AH 111 Introduction to Art History I: Antiquity to the Middle Ages
Art History CAS AH 112 Introduction to Art History II: Renaissance to Today
Art History CAS AH 220 Islamic Art and Architecture
Art History CAS AH 393 Contemporary Art: 1980 to Now
Astronomy CAS AS 102 The Astronomical Universe
Biochemistry CAS CH 373 Principles of Biochemistry
Biology CAS BI 107 Biology 1
Biology CAS BI 108 Biology 2
Biology CAS BI 114 Human Infectious Diseases: AIDS to Tuberculosis
Biology CAS BI 206 Genetics
Biology CAS BI 211 Human Physiology
Biology CAS BI 394 Topics in Biology 3
Biology CAS BI 407 Animal Behavior
Biology CAS BI 410 Developmental Biology
Business QST AC 221 Financial Accounting
Business QST AC 222 Managerial Accounting
Business QST FE 454 Investment Banking
Business QST LA 245 Introduction to Law
Business QST QM 221 Probabilistic and Statistical Decision-Making for Management
Business QST SM 101 Introduction to Management
Business QST SM 104 Finance for Non-Management Students
Business for Non-Majors QST SM 101 Introduction to Management
Business for Non-Majors QST SM 104 Finance for Non-Management Students
Chemistry CAS CH 101 General Chemistry 1
Chemistry CAS CH 102 General Chemistry 2
Chemistry CAS CH 204 Organic Chemistry 2
Chemistry CAS CH 206 Organic Chemistry Lecture 2
Chemistry CAS CH 214 Organic Chemistry with Qualitative Analysis
Chemistry CAS CH 220 Organic Chemistry Laboratory with Qualitative Analysis
Chemistry CAS CH 373 Principles of Biochemistry
Chinese CAS LC 112 Second-Semester Chinese
Chinese CAS LC 287 Screening Modern China
Classical Studies CAS CL 102 The World of Rome
Classical Studies CAS CL 111 Latin 1
Communication COM CM 211 Professional Presentation
Communication COM CM 313 Corporate Communication
Communication COM CM 321 Mass Communication Research
Communication COM CM 323 Design Strategy & Software
Communication COM CM 331 Writing for Communication
Communication COM CM 417 Fundamentals of Creative Development
Computer Science CAS CS 111 Introduction to Computer Science 1
Computer Science CAS CS 112 Introduction to Computer Science 2
Computer Science CAS CS 591 Topics in Computer Science
Computer Science MET CS 101 Computers and Their Applications
Computer Science MET CS 201 Introduction to Programming
Computer Science MET CS 231 Programming with C++
Computer Science MET CS 232 Programming with Java
Computer Science MET CS 342 Data Structures with Java
Computer Science MET CS 555 Data Analysis and Visualization with R
Creative Writing CAS EN 202 Introduction to Creative Writing
Creative Writing CAS EN 301 Writing Nonfiction: True Stories Well Told
Creative Writing CAS EN 305 Writing of Fiction
Criminal Justice MET CJ 510 Special Topics in Criminal Justice
Deaf Studies SED DE 571 American Sign Language II
Earth & Environment CAS ES 105 Crises of Planet Earth
Economics CAS EC 101 Introductory Microeconomic Analysis
Economics CAS EC 102 Introductory Macroeconomic Analysis
Economics CAS EC 201 Intermediate Microeconomic Analysis
Economics CAS EC 202 Intermediate Macroeconomic Analysis
Economics CAS EC 204 Empirical Economics 2
Economics CAS EC 320 Economics of Less-Developed Regions
Economics CAS EC 323 Behavioral Economics
Economics CAS EC 385 Economics of Sports
Economics CAS EC 391 International Economics I
Economics CAS EC 404 Economics of Information
Education SED AP 553 Student Affairs
Education SED CT 534 Classroom Management
Education SED CT 538 Curriculum Development in Intercultural Education
Education SED CT 556 Classroom Assessment
Education SED DE 571 American Sign Language II
Education SED DS 502 Adolescent Development for Educators
Education SED LS 560 Introduction to Language and Language Acquisition
Education SED ME 504 Mathematical Reasoning in the Elementary Grades: Algebra, Geometry, Statistics
Education SED ME 525 Assessment in Mathematics
Education SED ME 530 Equitable Pedagogies in STEM Education
Education SED ME 563 Problem Solving in Mathematics
Education SED PE 501 Methods of Coaching
Education SED SC 575 Introduction to Science Education
Education SED SE 510 Special Education: Curriculum and Instruction
Education SED SE 534 Classroom and Behavior Management
Education SED SE 535 Understanding Autism
Education SED TL 508 Methods of Teaching English as a Second Language (ESL), 5-12
Education SED TL 525 Teaching English Language Learners in Middle/High Schools
Engineering ENG BE 569 Next Generation Sequencing - Technologies and Applications
English Literature CAS EN 143 Introduction to Drama
English Literature CAS EN 323 British Literature II
English Literature CAS EN 364 Shakespeare II
English Literature CAS EN 552 English Drama from 1590 to 1642
Film and Television COM FT 201 Screen Language: The Aesthetics, Grammar and Rhetoric of the Moving Image
Film and Television COM FT 250 Understanding Film
Film and Television COM FT 310 Storytelling for Film and Television
Film and Television COM FT 353 Production I
Film and Television COM FT 514 Writing the Television Pilot
Finance QST FE 454 Investment Banking
Finance QST SM 104 Finance for Non-Management Students
French CAS LF 111 First-Semester French
French CAS LF 112 Second-Semester French
French CAS LF 211 Third-Semester French
French CAS LF 212 Fourth-Semester French
Health and Rehabilitation SAR AT 510 Examination and Treatment I
Health and Rehabilitation SAR AT 520 Functional Anatomy
Health and Rehabilitation SAR HS 300 Epidemiology I
Health and Rehabilitation SAR HS 400 Gender and Healthcare
Health and Rehabilitation SAR HS 441 Neglected Tropical Diseases
Health and Rehabilitation SAR PT 515 Physical Therapy Examination
Health and Rehabilitation SAR PT 520 Functional Anatomy
Health Sciences SAR HS 300 Epidemiology I
Health Sciences SAR HS 400 Gender and Healthcare
Health Sciences SAR HS 405 Health Sciences Practicum
Health Sciences SAR HS 441 Neglected Tropical Diseases
History CAS HI 102 The Emergence of Modern Europe: Renaissance to the Present
History CAS HI 152 The Emerging United States Since 1865
History CAS HI 287 History of American Foreign Relations Since 1898
History CAS HI 292 Capitalism in America: Economic History of the US
History CAS HI 408 War in Film and Literature
History of Art & Architecture CAS AH 111 Introduction to Art History I: Antiquity to the Middle Ages
History of Art & Architecture CAS AH 112 Introduction to Art History II: Renaissance to Today
History of Art & Architecture CAS AH 220 Islamic Art and Architecture
History of Art & Architecture CAS AH 393 Contemporary Art: 1980 to Now
Hospitality Administration SHA HF 100 Introduction to the Hospitality Industry
Hospitality Administration SHA HF 231 Human Resources for the Hospitality Industry
Hospitality Administration SHA HF 410 Finance for the Hospitality Industry
International Relations CAS IR 230 Fundamentals of International Politics
International Relations CAS IR 271 Introduction to International Relations
International Relations CAS IR 300 Topics in International Relations
International Relations CAS IR 350 History of International Relations since 1945
International Relations CAS IR 527 Political Economy of China
Italian CAS LI 112 Second-Semester Italian
Italian CAS LI 212 Fourth-Semester Italian
Japanese CAS LJ 112 Second-Semester Japanese
Japanese CAS LJ 212 Fourth-Semester Japanese
Journalism COM JO 200 Newswriting
Latin CAS CL 111 Latin 1
Management MET MG 310 Business Communication
Management MET MG 415 Project Management
Management MET MG 431 International Marketing
Management MET MG 448 Electronic Commerce, Systems, and Web Design
Management MET MG 515 Negotiations and Organizational Conflict Resolution
Management MET MG 530 Business Strategy
Management QST LA 245 Introduction to Law
Management QST QM 221 Probabilistic and Statistical Decision-Making for Management
Management QST SM 101 Introduction to Management
Marketing MET MG 431 International Marketing
Marketing MET MG 448 Electronic Commerce, Systems, and Web Design
Mass Communication COM CM 211 Professional Presentation
Mass Communication COM CM 313 Corporate Communication
Mass Communication COM CM 321 Mass Communication Research
Mass Communication COM CM 323 Design Strategy & Software
Mass Communication COM CM 331 Writing for Communication
Mass Communication COM CM 417 Fundamentals of Creative Development
Mathematics CAS MA 113 Elementary Statistics
Mathematics CAS MA 115 Statistics I
Mathematics CAS MA 116 Statistics II
Mathematics CAS MA 121 Calculus for the Life and Social Sciences I
Mathematics CAS MA 122 Calculus for the Life and Social Sciences II
Mathematics CAS MA 123 Calculus I
Mathematics CAS MA 124 Calculus II
Mathematics CAS MA 142 Introduction to Linear Algebra
Mathematics CAS MA 150 Investigations in Geometry
Mathematics CAS MA 213 Basic Statistics and Probability
Mathematics CAS MA 214 Applied Statistics
Mathematics CAS MA 225 Multivariate Calculus
Mathematics CAS MA 226 Differential Equations
Mathematics CAS MA 242 Linear Algebra
Mathematics CAS MA 293 Discrete Mathematics
Mathematics CAS MA 294 Applied Abstract Algebra
Mathematics CAS MA 412 Complex Variables
Mathematics CAS MA 549 Geometry and Symmetry
Mathematics CAS MA 581 Probability
Mathematics CAS MA 582 Mathematical Statistics
Mathematics CAS MA 583 Introduction to Stochastic Processes
Music Education CFA ME 538 Rock Band Performance & Pedagogy
Music Education CFA ME 550 Empowering Song: Music with Body, Mind, and Heart
Music Education CFA MU 535 Special Topics in Music
Music History CFA MH 563 Special Topics in Musicology
Music Performance CFA MP 130 Class Voice
Philosophy CAS PH 150 Introduction to Ethics
Philosophy CAS PH 155 Politics and Philosophy
Philosophy CAS PH 160 Reasoning and Argumentation
Philosophy CAS PH 248 Existentialism
Philosophy CAS PH 251 Medical Ethics
Photography CFA AR 415 Photography 1
Photography CFA AR 515 Digital Photography
Physical Therapy SAR AT 510 Examination and Treatment I
Physical Therapy SAR AT 520 Functional Anatomy
Physical Therapy SAR PT 515 Physical Therapy Examination
Physics CAS PY 105 Elementary Physics 1
Physics CAS PY 106 Elementary Physics 2
Physics CAS PY 212 General Physics 2
Political Science CAS PO 171 Introduction to International Relations
Political Science CAS PO 320 Special Topics in Public Policy
Political Science CAS PO 330 Special Topics in Comparative Politics
Political Science CAS PO 380 Special Topics in International Relations
Political Science CAS PO 548 Political Economy of China
Project Management MET MG 415 Project Management
Psychology CAS PS 101 General Psychology
Psychology CAS PS 261 Social Psychology
Psychology CAS PS 333 Drugs and Behavior
Psychology CAS PS 371 Abnormal Psychology
Psychology CAS PS 473 Introduction to Clinical Psychology
Public Relations COM CM 211 Professional Presentation
Public Relations COM CM 313 Corporate Communication
Public Relations COM CM 321 Mass Communication Research
Public Relations COM CM 323 Design Strategy & Software
Public Relations COM CM 331 Writing for Communication
Public Relations COM CM 417 Fundamentals of Creative Development
Religion CAS RN 100 Introduction to Religion
Religion CAS RN 103 Religions of Asia
Sociology CAS SO 100 Principles in Sociology
Sociology CAS SO 205 American Families
Sociology CAS SO 335 Sociology of Race, Class & Gender
Spanish CAS LS 111 First-Semester Spanish
Spanish CAS LS 112 Second-Semester Spanish
Spanish CAS LS 211 Third-Semester Spanish
Spanish CAS LS 212 Fourth-Semester Spanish
Spanish CAS LS 308 Spanish Through Film and New Media
Statistics CAS MA 113 Elementary Statistics
Statistics CAS MA 115 Statistics I
Statistics CAS MA 116 Statistics II
Statistics CAS MA 213 Basic Statistics and Probability
Statistics CAS MA 214 Applied Statistics
Statistics CAS MA 581 Probability
Urban Affairs MET UA 510 Special Topics in Urban Affairs
Urban Affairs MET UA 527 Feeding the City: Urban Food
Visual Arts CFA AR 133 Introduction to Drawing
Visual Arts CFA AR 141 Foundation Painting
Visual Arts CFA AR 235 Drawing 1
Visual Arts CFA AR 389 Graphic Design Elective
Visual Arts CFA AR 415 Photography 1
Visual Arts CFA AR 431 Advanced Drawing
Visual Arts CFA AR 515 Digital Photography
Women's & Gender Studies CAS WS 302 WGS Topics in the Social Sciences
Women's & Gender Studies CAS WS 335 Sociology of Race, Class & Gender
Writing CAS EN 202 Introduction to Creative Writing
Writing CAS EN 301 Writing Nonfiction: True Stories Well Told
Writing CAS EN 305 Writing of Fiction
Writing CAS WR 120 First-Year Writing Seminar
Writing CAS WR 150 Writing, Research, & Inquiry
Writing CAS WR 151 Writing, Research, & Inquiry with Oral and/or Signed Expression
Writing CAS WR 152 Writing, Research, & Inquiry with Digital/Multimedia Expression
Writing COM CM 331 Writing for Communication
Writing COM CO 201 Introduction to Communication Writing

Summer Session II (01.07.2019 - 09.08.2019) - Studiengänge/Kurse in Englisch - Postgraduate

Fachbereich Kursnummer Kursbezeichnung
Administrative Studies MET AD 616 Enterprise Risk Analytics
Administrative Studies MET AD 644 Project Risk and Cost Management
Administrative Studies MET AD 646 Program Management
Administrative Studies MET AD 655 International Business, Economics & Cultures
Administrative Studies MET AD 680 Global Supply Chains
Administrative Studies MET AD 685 Quantitative Methods for Finance
Administrative Studies MET AD 699 Data Mining for Business Analytics
Administrative Studies MET AD 712 Financial Markets and Institutions
Administrative Studies MET AD 714 Mergers and Acquisitions
Administrative Studies MET AD 715 Quantitative and Qualitative Decision-Making
Administrative Studies MET AD 731 Corporate Finance
Administrative Studies MET AD 741 The Innovation Process: Developing New Products and Services
Administrative Studies MET AD 763 Multinational Finance and Trade
Administrative Studies MET AD 856 Market and Economic Research and Analysis
Advertising COM CM 709 Corporate Public Affairs
Advertising COM CM 714 Oral Presentation
Advertising COM CM 717 Fundamentals of Creative Development
Advertising MET CM 716 Digital Communication
Biology GRS BI 607 Animal Behavior
Biology GRS BI 610 Developmental Biology
Business QST ES 701 Executive Written Communication
Business QST MK 724 Marketing Management
Business QST MK 845 Social Media Marketing
Business QST OB 847 Leading High Performance Teams and Project Groups
Business QST OB 853 Negotiations
Business QST OM 726 Creating Value Through Operations and Technology
Business QST OM 840 Managing and Improving Quality: Lean Six Sigma Green Belt Certification
Business QST PL 700 Introduction to Business Law
Business QST SI 849 Corporate Sustainability Strategy
Communication COM CM 709 Corporate Public Affairs
Communication COM CM 714 Oral Presentation
Communication COM CM 717 Fundamentals of Creative Development
Communication MET CM 716 Digital Communication
Education SED AP 625 Global Higher Education
Education SED EN 630 Educating for Equity and Literacy in the Humanities
Education SED LS 658 Second-Language Acquisition
Education SED RS 600 Introduction to Research
Education SED SE 706 Introduction to Special Education
Education SED SE 751 Assessment In Special Education: Procedures
Education SED SE 760 Special Education: Cognition, Learning, and Behavior
Engineering ENG EC 731 Applied Plasma Physics
Finance MET AD 685 Quantitative Methods for Finance
Finance MET AD 712 Financial Markets and Institutions
Finance MET AD 731 Corporate Finance
Finance MET AD 763 Multinational Finance and Trade
Gastronomy MET ML 638 Culture and Cuisine: New England
Gastronomy MET ML 702 Special Topics
Gastronomy MET ML 713 Agricultural History
Management MET AD 616 Enterprise Risk Analytics
Management MET AD 644 Project Risk and Cost Management
Management MET AD 646 Program Management
Management MET AD 655 International Business, Economics & Cultures
Management MET AD 680 Global Supply Chains
Management MET AD 685 Quantitative Methods for Finance
Management MET AD 699 Data Mining for Business Analytics
Management MET AD 715 Quantitative and Qualitative Decision-Making
Management MET AD 741 The Innovation Process: Developing New Products and Services
Management MET AD 856 Market and Economic Research and Analysis
Management QST ES 701 Executive Written Communication
Management QST OB 847 Leading High Performance Teams and Project Groups
Management QST OB 853 Negotiations
Management QST OM 726 Creating Value Through Operations and Technology
Management QST OM 840 Managing and Improving Quality: Lean Six Sigma Green Belt Certification
Management QST SI 849 Corporate Sustainability Strategy
Marketing MET AD 856 Market and Economic Research and Analysis
Marketing QST MK 724 Marketing Management
Marketing QST MK 845 Social Media Marketing
Mass Communication COM CM 709 Corporate Public Affairs
Mass Communication COM CM 714 Oral Presentation
Mass Communication COM CM 717 Fundamentals of Creative Development
Mass Communication MET CM 716 Digital Communication
Project Management MET AD 644 Project Risk and Cost Management
Project Management MET AD 646 Program Management
Public Relations COM CM 709 Corporate Public Affairs
Public Relations COM CM 714 Oral Presentation
Public Relations COM CM 717 Fundamentals of Creative Development
Public Relations MET CM 716 Digital Communication
Social Work SSW ET 753 Ethics and the Social Work Profession
Social Work SSW HB 744 Spirituality and Social Work Practice
Social Work SSW MP 774 Seminar: Community Planning
Urban Affairs MET UA 613 Urban Design and Development

Beschreibung

Das Center for English Language & Orientation Programs (CELOP) der Boston University bietet Interessenten eine große Vielfalt an Sprachkursen mit verschiedensten Schwerpunkten an.

Neben den allgemeinsprachlichen Englischkursen gibt es Programme, die Teilnehmer gezielt auf den universitären Sprachgebrauch an amerikanischen Universitäten (English for Academic Purposes) oder auch auf ein konkretes Aufgabenfeld wie etwa Wirtschaftsenglisch (English for International Business) oder Englisch für Rechtswissenschaftler (Legal English for Practitioners) einstellen.

Auch für Studenten, die sich beispielsweise neben den Sprachfertigkeiten noch Kenntnisse über die amerikanische Kultur aneignen möchten bietet die Boston University spezielle Programme wie zum Beispiel den Kurs in English Language and Culture an.

Außerdem gibt es die Möglichkeit, sich auf gängigen Sprachtests wie den TOEFL  in extra dafür geschaffenen Sprachkursen vorzubereiten.

Die meisten Kurse haben in der Regel eine Dauer von sechs bis zwölf Wochen.


Gebühren

Die Kursgebühren unterscheiden sich je nach Art und Dauer des Programms. Eine genaue Übersicht bietet der folgende Link.


Voraussetzungen

Generell beträgt das Mindestalter, um Sprachkurse an der Boston University belegen zu können, 17 Jahre. Außerdem muss man bereits über grundlegende Sprachkenntnisse verfügen.

Aufgrund der großen Vielfalt an angebotenen Programmen unterscheiden sich die Voraussetzungen von Kurs zu Kurs. Genauere Details sind den jeweiligen Beschreibungen der einzelnen Kurse zu entnehmen.

 

Sprachkurse

Allgemeinsprachlicher Kurs

Kurstitel Sprache Dauer in Wochen
Advanced Level Grammar Review, Speaking Accuracy, and Vocabulary Development Englisch 12
Listening, Speaking and Vocabulary Development Englisch 12
Pronunciation, Speaking, and Listening Englisch 12
Reading, Speaking and Vocabulary Englisch 12

Berufsbezogen: Business

Kurstitel Sprache Dauer in Wochen
Business Communication Englisch 12
English for International Business Englisch 12

Berufsbezogen: Jura

Kurstitel Sprache Dauer in Wochen
Legal English for LLM Students Englisch 9
Legal English for Practitioners Englisch 9

Berufsbezogen: Sonstiges

Kurstitel Sprache Dauer in Wochen
English for Science and Technology Englisch 12

Sprachkurs

Kurstitel Sprache Dauer in Wochen
Active English Englisch 12
Media News Englisch 12

Sprachkurs plus: Kultur

Kurstitel Sprache Dauer in Wochen
American Culture, Conversation and Colloquial English Englisch 12
English Language and Culture Englisch 12
Introduction to American Culture Englisch 12
The American Legal System Englisch 12

Studienvorbereitender Kurs

Kurstitel Sprache Dauer in Wochen
Academic Writing Englisch 12
English for Academic Purposes Englisch 12
Pre-MBA English Englisch 6

Testvorbereitung: TOEFL

Kurstitel Sprache Dauer in Wochen
iBT TOEFL Preparation: Next Generation TOEFL Englisch 12