University of Wisconsin-Madison

Madison, USA
	

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Die University of Wisconsin-Madison wurde 1848 gegründet und ist mit 13 anderen Universitäten Teil des University of Wisconsin-Systems, eines der größten staatlichen Hochschulsysteme in den USA. Mit ihren 42.000 Studierenden, gehört sie außerdem zu den größten und renommiertesten staatlichen Universitäten in den USA. Sie ist ein Mitglied der Association of American Universities, einem seit 1900 bestehenden Verbund führender forschungsstarker nordamerikanischer Universitäten und wird als Public Ivy bezeichnet. Zudem gehört sie zu den Top 25 der amerikanischen Universitäten mit den meisten internationalen Studierenden.

Die UW-Madison ist eine erfolgreiche Forschungseinrichtung und bietet ihren Studierenden eine erstklassige Lehre. Besonders renommierte Studienrichtungen umfassen Bildung, Gesundheitswesen, Ingenieurwesen, Jura, Medizin, Public Affairs und Wirtschaft. Eine große Anzahl der Alumni der UW-Madison sind Nobel- sowie  Pulitzerpreisträger.

Die UW-Madison ist in mehr als 160 verschiedene Abteilungen und Studienprogramme unterteilt. Studierende, die von College Contact an die UW-Madison vermittelt werden, können an dem Visiting International Student Program teilnehmen und dafür aus etwa 130 Bachelor- und 144 Masterprogrammen die passende Fächerkombination für sich zusammenstellen.

Die Wisconsin-Union bietet ihren Studierenden zahlreiche Möglichkeiten, sich am bunten Campusleben einzubringen und an sportlichen sowie kulturellen Aktivitäten teilzunehmen. In mehr als 800 Studentenorganisationen können sich die Studierenden engagieren.

Die UW-Madison liegt in der Stadt Madison nahe des Kapitols am Südufer des Lake Mendota. Der Hauptcampus erstreckt sich auf eine Fläche von fast 4 km² und macht den Eindruck von einer „Stadt in der Stadt“, da sich dort alles befindet was man im Studium und in der Freizeit benötigt. Mit einer eigenen Polizei, der „UW-Madison Police“, gilt der Campus als besonders sicher.

Fakten

Gründungsjahr: 1848

Hochschultyp: Staatliche Hochschule

Anzahl Studenten: Gesamt 38440 , 29.536 Undergraduate, 8.904 Postgraduate , International 4000

Akkreditierungen:

  • Credited by HLC (Higher Learning Commission)

Studienjahr:

Das reguläre Studienjahr der University of Wisconsin-Madison ist in zwei Semester unterteilt.

Fall 2019: Anfang September 2019 - Ende Dezember 2019

Spring 2020: 21.01.2020 - 17.05.2020

Fall 2020: 21.09.2020 - 18.12.2020

Spring 2021: 19.01.2021 - 16.05.2021

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

Die University of Wisconsin-Madison liegt auf einer Landzunge zwischen dem Lake Mendota und dem Lake Monona. Da sich der Campus in der Stadt Madison befindet, verschmelzen die Innenstadt und das Hochschulgelände. 2011 wurde der Campus der UW-Madison von Travel+Leisure als eines der schönsten Universitätsgelände in den USA gekürt.

Auf dem Campus befinden sich verschiedene Museen wie zum Beispiel das Geology Museum, das Zoological Museum und das Physics Museum. Die UW-Madison besitzt die zwölft-größte Forschungsbibliothek in den USA. Der Campus verfügt über einige „National Historic Landmark“ Gebäude. Das Bascom Hill Historic District besitzt einige der ältesten Gebäude des Campus. Zahlreiche Parkanlagen und Cafés laden zum Entspannen ein. Die Universität hat ein eigenes Krankenhaus, Restaurants, Sportanlagen und einen botanischen Garten. Zudem unterhält die größte Universität des "Dairyland of America" eine eigene Molkerei.


Wohnen

Die UW-Madison bietet internationalen Studierenden eine begrenzte Anzahl an Zimmern in Studentenwohnheimen und in Apartments auf dem Campus an. Viele Austauschstudierende wohnen in privaten Unterkünften in der Nähe der UW-Madison. Die „Madison Friends of International Students“ bieten Austauschstudenten auch Unterkünfte für kurze Aufenthalte an.

 

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 Madison

Die Hochschulstadt Madison ist sowohl für Naturliebhaber als auch für Stadtmenschen eine geeignete Wahl um ein Auslandssemester zu absolvieren. Madison ist mit 252,551 Einwohner die zweitgrößte Stadt des Bundesstaates Wisconsin. Die Hauptstadt des „cheese state“ wird oft als „one of the best places to live in the U.S.“ ausgewählt. Größere Städte wie Milwaukee, Chicago und Minneapolis sind gut mit dem Bus erreichbar.

Madison hat mit einer großen Kunst- und Musikszene, zahlreichen Einkaufsmöglichkeiten, preisgekrönten Restaurants und Sportveranstaltungen einiges zu bieten. Sie ist eine sehr fahrradfreundliche Stadt und bietet das ganze Jahr über die Möglichkeit an Outdoor Aktivitäten teilzunehmen. Im Winter kann man sich mit dem Ski- und Snowboardfahren fit halten während man im Sommer wandern, segeln oder schwimmen kann.

Das weiße Granitgebäude des im Renaissance-Stil gehaltenen Capitols dominiert die Skyline. Am Ende der State Street befindet sich eine Beobachtungsplattform mit einer beeindruckenden Aussicht über die City of Lakes.

Die Bevölkerung ist sehr kreativ, naturgebunden und hat einen hohen Bildungsstandard. Das Klima ist angenehm, im Durchschnitt gibt es 187 sonnige Tage pro Jahr.

Aktuellste News zur Hochschule

22 Jul

Interview mit der UW-Madison: "Die Kurse am College of Engineering sind sehr praxisnah ausgerichtet"

Ihr studiert Maschinenbau und wollt euer Auslandssemester an einer amerikanischen Universität der Superlative verbringen? Wie wäre es mit dem VISP Track: Mechanical Engineering der University of Wisconsin-Madison?

Das Weltklasse College of Engineering bietet euch praxisnahe Kurse auf höchstem akademischen Niveau und die einmalige Chance an bahnbrechenden Forschungsprojekten mitzuarbeiten. Was euch dort genau erwartet, hat uns Dr. Greg Nellis, Direktor des Solar Energy Labs der UW-Madison, im Insider-Interview erzählt.

   

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Studienprogramme

Beschreibung

Das Visiting International Student Program (VISP) ermöglicht internationalen Studierenden ein oder mehrere Auslandssemester an der UW-Madison zu studieren. Bachelor- und Masterstudierende können an allen regulären Studienprogrammen teilnehmen.

Je nach Verfügbarkeit können sich die Teilnehmer des VISP Programms auf einen akademischen Bereich spezialisieren (Thematic VISP Track) oder Fächerkombinationen aus unterschiedlichen Fakultäten zusammenstellen (Traditional VISP Track). Das VISP Programm bietet eine Orientierungsveranstaltung vor Ort an.


Gebühren

  • Fall 2019
    Tuition (Undergraduate)
    13941,00 USD
    Tuition (Postgraduate)
    12628,00 USD

Die offiziellen Studiengebühren für das Undergraduate VISP mit den visumsbedingt vorgeschriebenen 12 Credits betragen eigentlich US$ 18,941. Alle Bachelorstudierende, die mit College Contact an dem Undergraduate VISP teilnehmen, erhalten jedoch automatisch eine Ermäßigung der Studiengebühren von US$ 5000. Diese Ermäßigung wurde in den obenstehenden Gebühren bereits berücksichtig.

Hinsichtlich des Graduate VISP gibt es zwei Optionen:

Alle Masterstudierenden, die  mindestens 12 Credits belegen, erhalten ebenfalls eine Ermäßigung von US$ 5000. Die Studiengebühren liegen in diesem Fall ebenfalls bei US$ 13,942.

Visumsbedingt sind jedoch im Masterbereich nur 8 Credits vorgeschrieben, um Vollzeitstatus zu erlangen. Studierende, die sich für diese Variante entscheiden, erhalten leider keine Ermäßigung, sondern zahlen die vollen Studiengebühren in Höhe von US$ 12,628, also etwas nur weniger als die reduzierten Gebühren für 12 Credits. 

Zusätzlich zu den Studiengebühren fällt pro Semester eine Gebühr von US$ 100 International Student Services (ISS) an.

Weitere Informationen bietet der untenstehende Link.


Finanzierungsmöglichkeiten

Wer für ein Auslandssemester an die UW-Madison geht, kann unter anderem Auslands-BAföG beantragen. Förderungsberechtigte Studierende erhalten einen Zuschuss zu den Studiengebühren bis zu EUR 4600, eine Reisekostenpauschale und einen Zuschuss zu Krankenversicherung und Lebenshaltungskosten.

Außerdem gibt es von College Contact regelmäßig Semesterstipendien für Studierende verschiedener Fachbereiche in Höhe von jeweils EUR 1000, für die sich angehende Semesterstudenten der UW-Madison ebenfalls bewerben können.


Voraussetzungen

Das Visiting International Student Program (VISP) der UW-Madison richtet sich an Bachelor- und Masterstudierende aller Fachrichtungen mit guten bis sehr guten akademischen Leistungen.

Bachelorstudierende müssen mindestens ein Semester an ihrer Heimatuniversität absolviert haben. Außerdem müssen sie einen Grade Point Average (GPA) von 3.0 oder 4.0 vorweisen. Ein GPA von 3,0 entspricht im deutschen Notensystem einer 2,0; ein GPA von 4,0 entspricht einer 1,0.

Studierende, die an den Graduate-Kursen teilnehmen wollen, müssen über ein abgeschlossenes Bachelorstudium verfügen. Sie müssen noch nicht in einem Masterstudium an der Heimathochschule eingeschrieben sein.

Für das Programm ist eine Mindestanzahl in einem standardisierten Sprachtest wie dem TOEFL oder IELTS obligatorisch.

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

UndergraduatePostgraduate
IELTS6.56.5
TOEFL (internet-based)8080
TOEFL (paper-based)550550

Der Sprachnachweis kann nicht nachgereicht werden.

 

Studiengänge/Kurse

Studiengänge/Kurse in Englisch - Undergraduate

  • Bachelor of Arts in African Languages and Literature
  • Bachelor of Arts in Afro-American Studies
  • Bachelor of Arts in Anthropology
  • Bachelor of Arts in Art Education
  • Bachelor of Arts in Art History
  • Bachelor of Arts in Asian Studies
  • Bachelor of Arts in Botany
  • Bachelor of Arts in Chinese
  • Bachelor of Arts in Classical Humanities
  • Bachelor of Arts in Classics
  • Bachelor of Arts in Communication Arts
  • Bachelor of Arts in Comparative Literature and Folklore Studies
  • Bachelor of Arts in English
  • Bachelor of Arts in French
  • Bachelor of Arts in Gender and Women's Studies
  • Bachelor of Arts in Geography
  • Bachelor of Arts in German
  • Bachelor of Arts in History
  • Bachelor of Arts in History
  • Bachelor of Arts in International Studies
  • Bachelor of Arts in Italian
  • Bachelor of Arts in Japanese
  • Bachelor of Arts in Jewish Studies
  • Bachelor of Arts in Journalism
  • Bachelor of Arts in Languages and Cultures of Asia
  • Bachelor of Arts in Latin
  • Bachelor of Arts in Latin American, Caribbean, and Iberian Studies
  • Bachelor of Arts in Legal Studies
  • Bachelor of Arts in Linguistics
  • Bachelor of Arts in Microbiology
  • Bachelor of Arts in Music
  • Bachelor of Arts in Philosophy
  • Bachelor of Arts in Polish
  • Bachelor of Arts in Political Science
  • Bachelor of Arts in Portuguese
  • Bachelor of Arts in Religious Studies
  • Bachelor of Arts in Russian
  • Bachelor of Arts in Scandinavian Studies
  • Bachelor of Arts in Social Welfare
  • Bachelor of Arts in Sociology
  • Bachelor of Arts in Spanish
  • Bachelor of Arts in Zoology
  • Bachelor of Music in Music - Education
  • Bachelor of Music in Music - Performance
  • Bachelor of Science in Agricultural and Applied Economics
  • Bachelor of Science in Agricultural Business Management
  • Bachelor of Science in Agronomy
  • Bachelor of Science in Animal Sciences
  • Bachelor of Science in Applied Mathematics, Engineering, and Physics
  • Bachelor of Science in Astronomy – Physics
  • Bachelor of Science in Athletic Training
  • Bachelor of Science in Atmospheric and Oceanic Sciences
  • Bachelor of Science in Biochemistry
  • Bachelor of Science in Biological Systems Engineering
  • Bachelor of Science in Biology
  • Bachelor of Science in Biomedical Engineering
  • Bachelor of Science in Cartography and Geographic Information Systems
  • Bachelor of Science in Chemical Engineering
  • Bachelor of Science in Chemistry
  • Bachelor of Science in Civil Engineering
  • Bachelor of Science in Communication Sciences and Disorders
  • Bachelor of Science in Community and Environmental Sociology
  • Bachelor of Science in Community and Nonprofit Leadership
  • Bachelor of Science in Computer Engineering
  • Bachelor of Science in Conservation Biology
  • Bachelor of Science in Dairy Science
  • Bachelor of Science in Dance
  • Bachelor of Science in Economics
  • Bachelor of Science in Education Studies
  • Bachelor of Science in Electrical Engineering
  • Bachelor of Science in Engineering Mechanics
  • Bachelor of Science in Engineering Physics
  • Bachelor of Science in Entomology
  • Bachelor of Science in Environmental Sciences
  • Bachelor of Science in Food Science
  • Bachelor of Science in Forest Science
  • Bachelor of Science in Genetics
  • Bachelor of Science in Geography
  • Bachelor of Science in Geological Engineering
  • Bachelor of Science in Geology and Geophysics
  • Bachelor of Science in History and History of Science, Medicine and Technology
  • Bachelor of Science in Horticulture
  • Bachelor of Science in Human Development and Family Studies
  • Bachelor of Science in Industrial Engineering
  • Bachelor of Science in Interior Architecture
  • Bachelor of Science in Kinesiology
  • Bachelor of Science in Landscape Architecture
  • Bachelor of Science in Life Sciences Communication
  • Bachelor of Science in Materials Science and Engineering
  • Bachelor of Science in Mathematics
  • Bachelor of Science in Mechanical Engineering
  • Bachelor of Science in Molecular Biology
  • Bachelor of Science in Naval Science
  • Bachelor of Science in Neurobiology
  • Bachelor of Science in Nuclear Engineering
  • Bachelor of Science in Nursing
  • Bachelor of Science in Nutritional Sciences
  • Bachelor of Science in Nutritional Sciences - Dietetics
  • Bachelor of Science in Personal Finance
  • Bachelor of Science in Pharmaceutical Sciences
  • Bachelor of Science in Pharmacology and Toxicology
  • Bachelor of Science in Physical Education
  • Bachelor of Science in Physics
  • Bachelor of Science in Plant Pathology
  • Bachelor of Science in Poultry Science
  • Bachelor of Science in Psychology
  • Bachelor of Science in Rehabilitation Psychology
  • Bachelor of Science in Religious Studies
  • Bachelor of Science in Retailing and Consumer Behavior
  • Bachelor of Science in Soil Science
  • Bachelor of Science in Statistics
  • Bachelor of Science in Textiles and Fashion Design
  • Bachelor of Science in Theatre and Drama
  • Bachelor of Science in Wildlife Ecology
  • Bachelor of Science in Zoology
  • Bachelor of Social Work
  • Bachelor of Special Education
  • Bacherlor of Business Administration in Business - Accounting
  • Bacherlor of Business Administration in Business - Actuarial Science
  • Bacherlor of Business Administration in Business - Finance, Investment, and Banking
  • Bacherlor of Business Administration in Business - Information Systems
  • Bacherlor of Business Administration in Business - International Business
  • Bacherlor of Business Administration in Business - Management and Human Resources
  • Bacherlor of Business Administration in Business - Marketing
  • Bacherlor of Business Administration in Business - Operations and Technology Management
  • Bacherlor of Business Administration in Business - Real Estate and Urban Land Economics
  • Bacherlor of Business Administration in Business - Risk Management and Insurance
  • Certificate in Asian American Studies
  • Certificate in Biology Core Curriculum Honors
  • Certificate in Biology in Engineering for Engineering Majors
  • Certificate in Business
  • Certificate in Business Management for Agricultural and Life Sciences
  • Certificate in Celtic Studies
  • Certificate in Chicana/o and Latina/o Studies
  • Certificate in Chinese Professional Communications
  • Certificate in Classical Studies
  • Certificate in Computer Sciences
  • Certificate in Criminal Justice
  • Certificate in Dance
  • Certificate in Development Economics
  • Certificate in Digital Studies
  • Certificate in East Asian Studies
  • Certificate in East Central European Languages, Literatures, and Cultures
  • Certificate in Education and Educational Services
  • Certificate in Educational Policy Studies
  • Certificate in Engineering for Energy Sustainability
  • Certificate in Engineering Thermal Energy Systems
  • Certificate in Entrepreneurship
  • Certificate in European Studies
  • Certificate in Folklore
  • Certificate in French
  • Certificate in Global Cultures
  • Certificate in Global Health
  • Certificate in Health and the Humanities
  • Certificate in Integrated Liberal Studies
  • Certificate in Integrated Studies in Science, Engineering and Society
  • Certificate in International Engineering
  • Certificate in Introductory Studies in Dance/Movement Therapy
  • Certificate in Japanese Professional Communication
  • Certificate in LGBTQ+ Studies
  • Certificate in Manufacturing Engineering
  • Certificate in Material Culture Studies
  • Certificate in Mathematics
  • Certificate in Medieval Studies
  • Certificate in Middle East Studies
  • Certificate in Nuclear Engineering Materials
  • Certificate in Pilates
  • Certificate in Political Economy, Philosophy and Politics
  • Certificate in Russian, East European and Central Asian Studies
  • Certificate in South Asian Studies
  • Certificate in Southeast Asian Studies
  • Certificate in Spanish Studies for Business Students
  • Certificate in Studio Art
  • Certificate in Sustainability
  • Certificate in Sustainability
  • Certificate in Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages
  • Certificate in Technical Communication
  • Certificate in Technical Japanese Studies for Undergraduates
  • Specialization in Health Care Management
  • Specialization in Supply Chain Management

Studiengänge/Kurse in Englisch - Postgraduate

  • Master of Accounting in Business - Accounting
  • Master of Arts in African Languages and Literature
  • Master of Arts in Afro-American Studies
  • Master of Arts in Agricultural and Applied Economics
  • Master of Arts in Anthropology
  • Master of Arts in Art
  • Master of Arts in Art Education
  • Master of Arts in Art History
  • Master of Arts in Bussiness - Arts Administration
  • Master of Arts in Chinese
  • Master of Arts in Classical and Ancient Near Eastern Studies
  • Master of Arts in Communication Arts
  • Master of Arts in Comparative Literature and Folklore Studies
  • Master of Arts in Educational Policy Studies
  • Master of Arts in English
  • Master of Arts in French
  • Master of Arts in Gender and Women's Studies
  • Master of Arts in German
  • Master of Arts in History
  • Master of Arts in History of Science, Medicine and Technology
  • Master of Arts in Interdisciplinary Theatre Studies
  • Master of Arts in Italian
  • Master of Arts in Japanese
  • Master of Arts in Journalism and Mass Communication
  • Master of Arts in Languages and Cultures of Asia
  • Master of Arts in Latin American, Caribbean, and Iberian Studies
  • Master of Arts in Library and Information Studies
  • Master of Arts in Linguistics
  • Master of Arts in Music
  • Master of Arts in Philosophy
  • Master of Arts in Political Science
  • Master of Arts in Portuguese
  • Master of Arts in Psychology
  • Master of Arts in Russian, East European and Central Asian Studies
  • Master of Arts in Scandinavian Studies
  • Master of Arts in Slavic Languages and Literatures
  • Master of Arts in Southeast Asian Studies
  • Master of Arts in Spanish
  • Master of Arts in Special Graduate Committee
  • Master of Business Administration in Business - Arts Administration
  • Master of Business Administration in Business - Finance, Investment, and Banking
  • Master of Business Administration in Business - General Management
  • Master of Business Administration in Business - Management and Human Resources
  • Master of Business Administration in Business - Marketing
  • Master of Business Administration in Business - Operations and Technology Management
  • Master of Business Administration in Business - Risk Management and Insurance
  • Master of Business Administration in Business - Supply Chain Management
  • Master of Business Administration in Business Business - Real Estate and Urban Land Economics
  • Master of Engineering in Civil and Environmental Engineering
  • Master of Engineering in Engineering
  • Master of Engineering in Mechanical Engineering
  • Master of Fine Arts in Art
  • Master of Fine Arts in Creative Writing
  • Master of Fine Arts in French Studies
  • Master of Fine Arts in Human Ecology
  • Master of Fine Arts in Theatre and Drama
  • Master of International Public Affairs in International Public Affairs
  • Master of Music in Music - Performance
  • Master of Music in Music - Education
  • Master of Public Affairs in Public Affairs
  • Master of Science in Agricultural and Applied Economics
  • Master of Science in Agroecology
  • Master of Science in Agronomy
  • Master of Science in Animal Sciences
  • Master of Science in Anthropology
  • Master of Science in Astronomy
  • Master of Science in Atmospheric and Oceanic Sciences
  • Master of Science in Bacteriology
  • Master of Science in Biochemistry
  • Master of Science in Biological Systems Engineering
  • Master of Science in Biomedical Data Science
  • Master of Science in Biomedical Engineering
  • Master of Science in Biometry
  • Master of Science in Biophysics
  • Master of Science in Biotechnology
  • Master of Science in Botany
  • Master of Science in Business - Marketing
  • Master of Science in Business - Real Estate and Urban Land Economics
  • Master of Science in Business - Supply Chain Management
  • Master of Science in Business - Finance, Investment, and Banking
  • Master of Science in Business - General Management
  • Master of Science in Business - Management and Human Resources
  • Master of Science in Business - Operations and Technology Management
  • Master of Science in Business - Risk Management and Insurance
  • Master of Science in Cancer Biology
  • Master of Science in Cartography and Geographic Information Systems
  • Master of Science in Cellular and Molecular Biology
  • Master of Science in Cellular and Molecular Pathology
  • Master of Science in Chemical Engineering
  • Master of Science in Chemistry
  • Master of Science in Civil and Environmental Engineering
  • Master of Science in Clinical Investigation
  • Master of Science in Clinical Nutrition
  • Master of Science in Communication Sciences and Disorders
  • Master of Science in Comparative Biomedical Sciences
  • Master of Science in Computer Sciences
  • Master of Science in Counseling
  • Master of Science in Curriculum and Instruction
  • Master of Science in Dairy Science
  • Master of Science in Economics
  • Master of Science in Educational Leadership and Policy Analysis
  • Master of Science in Educational Psychology
  • Master of Science in Electrical Engineering
  • Master of Science in Endocrinology-Reproductive Physiology
  • Master of Science in Engineering Mechanics
  • Master of Science in Entomology
  • Master of Science in Environment and Resources
  • Master of Science in Environmental Chemistry and Technology
  • Master of Science in Environmental Conservation
  • Master of Science in Epidemiology
  • Master of Science in Food Science
  • Master of Science in Forestry
  • Master of Science in Freshwater and Marine Science
  • Master of Science in Genetics
  • Master of Science in Geography
  • Master of Science in Geological Engineering
  • Master of Science in Geoscience
  • Master of Science in Horticulture
  • Master of Science in Human Ecology
  • Master of Science in Industrial Engineering
  • Master of Science in Kinesiology
  • Master of Science in Landscape Architecture
  • Master of Science in Life Sciences Communication
  • Master of Science in Manufacturing Systems Engineering
  • Master of Science in Materials Engineering
  • Master of Science in Materials Science
  • Master of Science in Materials Science and Engineering
  • Master of Science in Mathematics
  • Master of Science in Mechanical Engineering
  • Master of Science in Medical Physics
  • Master of Science in Microbiology
  • Master of Science in Molecular and Cellular Pharmacology
  • Master of Science in Molecular and Environmental Toxicology
  • Master of Science in Neuroscience
  • Master of Science in Nuclear Engineering and Engineering Physics
  • Master of Science in Nursing
  • Master of Science in Nutritional Sciences
  • Master of Science in Occupational Therapy
  • Master of Science in Pharmaceutical Sciences
  • Master of Science in Pharmacy
  • Master of Science in Physics
  • Master of Science in Physiology
  • Master of Science in Plant Breeding and Plant Genetics
  • Master of Science in Plant Pathology
  • Master of Science in Population Health
  • Master of Science in Rehabilitation Psychology
  • Master of Science in Social and Administrative Sciences in Pharmacy
  • Master of Science in Sociology
  • Master of Science in Soil Science
  • Master of Science in Special Education
  • Master of Science in Special Graduate Committee
  • Master of Science in Statistics
  • Master of Science in Urban and Regional Planning
  • Master of Science in Water Resources Management
  • Master of Science in Wildlife Ecology
  • Master of Science in Zoology
  • Master of Social Work in Social Work

Beschreibung

Die UW-Madison bietet internationalen Studierenden die Möglichkeit über das VISP-Programm an Summer Sessions teilzunehmen. Diese haben eine Dauer von vier oder acht Wochen und beinhalten mehrere hundert Kurse aus dem regulären Angebot. Von Anthropologie über BWL bis hin zu Mathematik und Ingenieurwesen ist alles dabei.


Gebühren

Die Studiengebühren für das Sommerprogramm an der UW-Madison werden auf der Grundlage von Credits berechnet. Die vierwöchigen Sessions decken jeweils drei Credits und die achtwöchige Session deckt sechs Credits ab. Zu den beliebten drei- und achtwöchigen Sessions gibt es auch noch zusätzliche Sessions mit einer Dauer von drei, sieben und neun Wochen.


Voraussetzungen

Bachelorstudierende, die sich für eine Summer Session an der UW-Madison bewerben wollen, müssen das erste Studienjahr an ihrer Heimatuniversität abgeschlossen haben. Darüber hinaus müssen sie einen Grade Point Average (GPA) von 3.0 oder 4.0 vorweisen. 

Studierende, die an den Graduate-Kursen teilnehmen wollen, müssen über ein abgeschlossenes Bachelorstudium verfügen. 

Außerdem müssen die Bewerber mittels eines Sprachtests nachweisen, dass sie über ausreichend gute Englischkenntnisse verfügen.

 

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

UndergraduatePostgraduate
IELTS6.56.5
TOEFL (internet-based)80 80
TOEFL (paper-based)550550

Der Sprachnachweis kann nicht nachgereicht werden.

 

Studiengänge/Kurse

Summer 4-Week Session I (20.05.2019 - 14.06.2019) - Studiengänge/Kurse in Englisch - Undergraduate

Fachbereich Kursnummer Kursbezeichnung
Accounting ACCT I 301 S Intro Managerial Accounting
Accounting ACCT I 302 S Accounting Principles
Accounting ACCT I S 620 Financial Reporting I
Accounting ACCT I S 701 Fundamentals of Taxation
Acricultural and Applied Economics A A E 350 World Hunger and Malnutrition
African Studies African 202 Intro African Cultural Studies
Astronomy ASTRON 206 History of Astronomy and Cosmology
Biology BIOLOGY 101 Animal Biology
CHICLA 440 Chicana/o and Latina/o Studies CHICLA 440 Ethnicity, Race, and Justice
Communication Arts COM ARTS 300 Film Comedy
Communication Arts COM ARTS 355 Introduction to Media Production
Communication Arts COM ARTS 467 Cinematography and Sound Recording
Counselling Psychology PSY 230 Race and the Developing Child
Economics ECON 464 International Trade and Finance
Environmental Studies ENVIR ST 113 Environmental Studies: The Humanistic Perspective
Environmental Studies ENVIR ST 307 Literature of the Environment: Speaking for Nature
History of Science HIST SCI 206 History of Astronomy and Cosmology
Horticulture HORT 375 Special Topics
Industrial & Systems Engineering I SY E 512 Inspection, Quality Control and Reliability
Legal Studies LEGAL ST 440 Ethnicity, Race, and Justice
Philosophy PHILOS 243 Ethics in Business
Philosophy PHILOS 341 Contemporary Moral Issues
Philosophy PHILOS 441 Environmental Ethics
Philosophy PHILOS 501 Philosophy of Religion
Spanish SPANISH 446 Topics in Spanish Linguistics

Summer 4-Week Session I (20.05.2019 - 14.06.2019) - Studiengänge/Kurse in Englisch - Postgraduate

Fachbereich Kursnummer Kursbezeichnung
Art ART 642 Advanced Watercolor II
ART 104 Art Three-Dimensional Design
ART 512 Art Advanced Drawing I
ART 536 Art Advanced Serigraphy
ART 542 Art Advanced Watercolor I
ART 612 Art Advanced Drawing II
Computer Science COMP SCI 564 Database Management Systems: Design and Implementation
Leadership & Policy Analysis ELPA 883 Perspectives on College Student Identity and Development
Nursing NURSING 772 Leadership and Organizational Decision-Making in Health Care

Summer 7-Week Session (28.05.2019 - 14.07.2019) - Studiengänge/Kurse in Englisch - Undergraduate

Fachbereich Kursnummer Kursbezeichnung
Accounting ACCT I 100S Intro Financial Accounting
Accounting ACCT I S 702 Corporate & Advanced Taxation
Acricultural and Applied Economics A A E 350 Growth&Develpmt Global Economics
African American Studies AFROAMER 156 Black Music and American Cultural History
Aggricultural and Applied Economics A A E 306 The Real Estate Process
Agricultural and Applied Economics A A E 375 Special Topics
American Indian Studies AMER IND 450 Issues in American Indian Studies
Animal Science AN SCI 315 Poultry Enterprise Management
Animal Science AN SCI 511 Breeder Flock and Hatchery Management
Animal Sciences AN SCI 314 Poultry Nutrition
Animal Sciences AN SCI 503 Avian Physiology
Art ART 212 Drawing Methods & Concepts
Art ART 312 Intermediate Drawing I
Art ART 342 Watercolor II
Art ART 376 Photography
Art ART104 Sculpture I
Art ART242 Watercolor I
Asian American Studies ASIAN AM 121 Asian American Movement
Botany BOTANY 100 Survey of Botany
Botany BOTANY 460 General Ecology
Chicana/o and Latina/o Studies CHICLA 201 Introduction to Chicana/o and Latina/o Studies
Civil and Environmental Engineering CIV ENGR 629 Special Topics in Environmental
Classics CLASSICS 370 Classical Mythology
Communication Science and Disorders CS&D 707 Swallowing Disorders
Consumer Science CNSR SCI 201 Consumer Research & Analysis
Consumer Science CNSR SCI 657 Consumer Behavior
Counselling Psychology COUN PSY 650 Theory and Practice in Interviewing
Dance DANCE 121 Asian American Movement
Design Thinking DS 341 Design Thinking for Transformation
Design Thinking DS 626 Interior Design V
Economics ECON 306 The Real Estate Process
Economics EECON 320 Investment Theory
Educational Policy Studies ED POL 412 History of American Education
Engineering Professional Experience E P D 397 Technical Communication
English ENGL 651 Special Topics in Theatre and Performance Studies Research
Finance, Investment and Banking FINANCE 320 Investment Theory
General Business GEN BUS 300 Professional Communication
General Business GEN BUS 302 Business Organizations and Negotiable Instruments
General Business GEN BUS 307 Business Analytics II
History HISTORY 201 The Historian's Craft
History HISTORY 227 Explorations in the History of Race and Ethnicity
History HISTORY 412 History of American Education
Kinesiology KINES 318 Biomechanics of Human Movement
Kinesiology KINES 555 Sports Science & Athlete Monitoring
Management and Human Resources M H R 305 Human Resource Management
Mechanical Engineering M E 231 Geometric Modeling for Design and Manufacturing
Real Estate and Urban Land Econ REAL EST 306 The Real Estate Process
Social Work SOC WORK 462 Child Welfare
Spanish SPANISH 101 First Semester Spanish
Spanish SPANISH 203 Third Semester Spanish
Urban Planning URB R PL 306 The Real Estate Process
Urban Planning URB R PL 4URB R PL 449 49 Government and Natural Resources

Summer Early 3 Week Session (28.05.2019 - 14.06.2019) - Studiengänge/Kurse in Englisch - Undergraduate

Fachbereich Kursnummer Kursbezeichnung
Anatomy ANATOMY 622 Human Anatomy-Physical Therapy, Occupational Therapy
Animal Science AN SCI 315 Poultry Enterprise Management
Animal Science AN SCI 511 Breeder Flock and Hatchery Management
Asian American Studies ASIAN AM 121 Asian American Movement
Botany BOTANY 100 Survey of Botany
Botany BOTANY 460 General Ecology
Chicana/o & Latina/o Studies CHICLA 201 Introduction to Chicana/o and Latina/o Studies
Civil and Environmental Engineering CIV ENGR 629 Special Topics in Environmental
Classics CLASSICS 370 Classical Mythology
Communication Science and Disorders CS&D 707 Swallowing Disorders
Computer Science COMP SCI 577 Introduction to Algorithms
Consumer Science CNSR SCI 201 Consumer Research & Analysis
Consumer Science CNSR SCI 657 Consumer Behavior
Counselling Psychology COUN PSY 650 Theory and Practice in Interviewing
Dance DANCE 121 Asian American Movement
DANCE 237 Dance DANCE 237 Pilates Studio I
Design Thinking DS 341 Design Thinking for Transformation
Design Thinking DS 626 DS 626 Interior Design V
Economics ECON 306 The Real Estate Process
Economics EECON 320 Investment Theory
Educational Policy Studies ED POL 412 History of American Education
Engineering Professional Experience E P D 397 Technical Communication
English ENGL 651 Special Topics in Theatre and Performance Studies Research
Environmental Studies ENVIR ST 360 Extinction of Species
Environmental Studies ENVIR ST 974 Environmental Conservation Cohort Seminar
Finance, Investment and Banking FINANCE 320 Investment Theory
General Business GEN BUS 300 Professional Communication
General Business GEN BUS 302 Business Organizations and Negotiable Instruments
General Business GEN BUS 307 Business Analytics II
History HISTORY 201 The Historian's Craft
History HISTORY 227 Explorations in the History of Race and Ethnicity
History HISTORY 412 History of American Education
International Studies INTL ST 374 The Growth and Development of Nations in the Global Economy
Kinesiology KINES 318 Biomechanics of Human Movement
Kinesiology KINES 555 Sports Science & Athlete Monitoring
Management and Human Resources M H R 305 Human Resource Management
Mechanical Engineering M E 231 Geometric Modeling for Design and Manufacturing
Real Estate and Urban Land Econ REAL EST 306 The Real Estate Process
Social Work SOC WORK 462 Child Welfare
Social Work SOC WORK 673 Topics in Contemporary Social Welfare
Spanish SPANISH 101 First Semester Spanish
Spanish SPANISH 203 Third Semester Spanish
Urban Planning URB R PL 306 The Real Estate Process
Urban Planning URB R PL 449 Government and Natural Resources
Zoology ZOOLOGY 360 Extinction of Species

Summer 9-Week Session (03.06.2019 - 04.08.2019) - Studiengänge/Kurse in Englisch - Undergraduate

Fachbereich Kursnummer Kursbezeichnung
Anatomy ANATOMY 622 Human Anatomy-Physical Therapy, Occupational Therapy
Computer Science COMP SCI 577 Introduction to Algorithms
Dance DANCE 237 Pilates Studio I
Environmental Studies ENVIR ST 360 Extinction of Species
Environmental Studies ENVIR ST 974 Environmental Conservation Cohort Seminar
Social Work SOC WORK 673 Topics in Contemporary Social Welfare
Zoology ZOOLOGY 360 Extinction of Species

Summer 4-Week Session II (17.06.2019 - 14.07.2019) - Studiengänge/Kurse in Englisch - Undergraduate

Fachbereich Kursnummer Kursbezeichnung
Accounting ACCT I 100S Intro Financial Accounting
Accounting ACCT I S 702 Corporate & Advanced Taxation
African American Studies AFROAMER 156 Black Music and American Cultural History
Aggricultural and Applied Economics A A E 306 The Real Estate Process
Agricultural and Applied Economics A A E 350 Growth&Develpmt Global Economics
Agricultural and Applied Economics A A E 375 Special Topics
American Indian Studies AMER IND 450 Issues in American Indian Studies
Animal Sciences AN SCI 314 Poultry Nutrition
Animal Sciences AN SCI 503 Avian Physiology
Art ART 212 Drawing Methods & Concepts
Art ART 242 Watercolor I
Art ART 312 Intermediate Drawing I
Art ART 342 Watercolor II
Art ART 376 Photography
Art ART 448 Special Topics
Art ART104 Sculpture I
Art Art336 Serigraphy
Asian American Studies ASIAN AM 240 Topics in Asian American Studies
Asian Language and Culture ASIALANG 203 Third Semester Japanese
Biological Systems Engineering BSE 1 Cooperative Education Program
Chemical and Biological Engineering CBE 1 Cooperative Education Program
Chemistry CHEM 103 General Chemistry I
Chemistry CHEM 104 General Chemistry II
Chemistry CHEM 327 Fundamentals of Analytical Science
Chemistry CHEM 343 Introductory Organic Chemistry
Communication Arts COM ARTS 357 History of the Animated Film
Industrial and Systems Engineering I SY E 516 Introduction to Decision Analysis
Slavic Languages SLAVIC 101 First Semester Russian

Summer 4-Week Session II (17.06.2019 - 14.07.2019) - Studiengänge/Kurse in Englisch - Postgraduate

Fachbereich Kursnummer Kursbezeichnung
Art ART 544 Advanced Art Metal I
Art ART 548 Special Topics: Advanced Level
Art ART 644 Advanced Art Metal II

Summer 8-Week Session (17.06.2019 - 09.08.2019) - Studiengänge/Kurse in Englisch - Undergraduate

Fachbereich Kursnummer Kursbezeichnung
African Studies African 427 Intermediate Summer Immersion Arabic
African Studies AFRICAN 527 Advanced Summer Immersion Arabic
African Studies African327 Elementary Summer Immersion Arabic
Agricultural and Applied Economics AAEE Special Problems
Anatomy and Physiology ANAT&PHY335 Physiology
Anthropology ANTHRO 104 Cultural Anthropology and Human Diversity
Anthropology ANTHRO 352 Ancient Technology and Invention
Art ART 372 Set Design I
Art History Art Hist 202 History of Western Art II: From Renaissance to Contemporary
Art History ART HIST 697 Undergraduate Curatorial Studies Internship (Directed Study)
Asian Culture and Language ASIALANG 205 Third Semester Korean
Asian Culture and Language ASIALANG 307 1st Sem SE Asian Language
Asian Culture and Language ASIALANG 341 Elementary Summer Immersion Persian
Asian Culture and Language ASIALANG 407 Third Semester Southeast Asian Language
Asian Culture and Language ASIALANG 441 Intermediate Summer Immersion Persian
Astronomy ASTRON 103 The Evolving Universe: Stars, Galaxies, and Cosmology
Biological Systems Engineering BSE1 Cooperative Education Program
Chemistry CHEM 103 General Chemistry I
Chemistry CHEM 104 General Chemistry II
Chicana/o and Latina/o Studies CHICLA 245 Chicana and Latina History
Classics CLASSICS 322 The Romans
Communication Arts COM ARTS 466 Writing for Television and Film
Community and Environmental Society C&E SOC 248 Environment, Natural Resources, and Society
Community and Environmental Society C&E SOC 357 Methods of Sociological Inquiry
COMP LIT 203 COMP LIT 203 Introduction to Cross-Cultural Literary Forms
Computer Science COMP SCI 200 Programming I
Computer Science COMP SCI 240 Introduction to Discrete Mathematics
Curriculum and Instruction CURRIC 357 Game Design I
East Asian Studies E ASIAN 433 Topics in East Asian Visual Cultures
Economics ECON 449 Government and Natural Resources
Education Policy ED POL 600 Problems in Educational Policy
Engineering and Astronautics E M A 1 Cooperative Education Program
Engineering Mechanics and Astronauts E M A 303 Mechanics of Materials
Engineering Physics E P 271 Engineering Problem Solving I
English ENGL 100 Introduction to College Composition
English ENGL 156 Literature and Medicine
English ENGL 200 Writing Studio
English ENGL 408 Creative Writing: Fiction Workshop
English as a Second Language ESL 110 Intensive English as a Second Language
English as a Second Language ESL 117 Academic Writing I
English as a Second Language ESL 118 Academic Writing II
English as a Second Language ESL 370 International TA Training
Environmental Studies ENVIR ST 112 Environmental Studies: The Social Perspective
Environmental Studies ENVIR ST 371 Introduction to Environmental Remote Sensing
Environmental Studies ENVIR ST 449 Government and Natural Resources
Forest and Wildlife Ecology F&W ECOL 248 Environment, Natural Resources, and Society
Forest and Wildlife Ecology F&W ECOL 371 Introduction to Environmental Remote Sensing
French FRENCH 101 First Semester French
French FRENCH 203 Third Semester French
French FRENCH 623 Communication orale en situations professionnelles
Gender and Women’s Studies GEN&WS 245 Chicana and Latina History
General Business GEN BUS 306 Business Analytics I
Genetics GENETICS 466 Principles of Genetics
Genetics GENETICS 578 Applied Cytology II
Geography GEOG 371 Introduction to Environmental Remote Sensing
German, Nordic and Germanic GNS 429 Intermediate Summer Immersion
German, Nordic and Germanic GNS 431 Third Semester Kazakh
German, Nordic and Slavic GNS 329 Elementary Summer Immersion Turkish
German, Nordic and Slavic GNS 331 First Semester Kazakh
German, Nordic and Slavic GNS 529 Advanced Summer Immersion Turkish
History HISTORY 245 Chicana and Latina History
Industrial & Systems Engineering I SY E 313 Engineering Economic Analysis
Industrial and Systems Engineering I SY E 1 Cooperative Education Program
Industrial and Systems Engineering I SY E 349 Introduction to Human Factors
Industrial and Systems Engineering I SY E 524 Introduction to Optimization
Italian ITALIAN 101 First Semester Italian
Kinesiology KINES 123 Living well: Lifestyle balance and health promotion for college students
Kinesiology KINES 125 Adapted Fitness and Personal Training
Landscape Architecture LAND ARC 371 Introduction to Environmental Remote Sensing
Language and Cultures of Asia LANG 475 Third Semester Sanskrit
Language and Cultures of Asia LCA LANG 301 First Semester Asian Language
Language and Cultures of Asia LCA LANG 353 First Semester Hindi
Language and Cultures of Asia LCA LANG 369 First Semester Modern Tibetan
Legal Studies LEGAL ST 131 Criminal Justice in America
Legal Studies LEGAL ST 450 Topics in Legal Studies and the Humanities
Legal Studies LEGAL ST 694 Criminal Justice Field Observation
Life Sciences Communications LSC 100 Science and Storytelling
Material Science and Engineering M S & E 1 Cooperative Education Program
Mathematics MATH 132 Problem Solving in Algebra, Probability and Statistics
Mathematics MATH 211 Calculus
Mathematics MATH 221 Calculus and Analytic Geometry 1
Mathematics MATH 234 Calculus-Functions of Several Variables
Mathematics MATH 240 Introduction to Discrete Mathematics
Mechanical Engineering M E 1 Cooperative Education Program
Mechanical Engineering M E 240 Dynamics
Mechanical Engineering M E 306 Mechanics of Materials
Mechanical Engineering M E 342 Design of Machine Elements
Mechanical Engineering M E 346 Introduction to Feedback Control for Mechanical Engineers
Mechanical Engineering M E 361 Thermodynamics
Mechanical Engineering M E 364 Elementary Heat Transfer
Microbiology MICROBIO 101 General Microbiology
Microbiology MICROBIO 303 Biology of Microorganisms
Music MUSIC 113 Music in Performance
Nuclear Engineering N E 412 Nuclear Reactor Design
Nursing NURSING 764 Nursing and Health Informatics
Philosophy PHILOS 211 Elementary Logic
Philosophy PHILOS 241 Introductory Ethics
Physics PHYSICS 103 General Physics
Plant Pathology PL PATH 559 Diseases of Economic Plants
Policital Science POLI SCI 460 Topics in Political Philosophy
Political Science POLI SCI 449 Government and Natural Resources
Portugese PORTUG 301 Intensive Portuguese
Psychology PSYCH 210 Basic Statistics for Psychology
Psychology PSYCH 349 Introduction to Human Factors
Psychology PSYCH 405 Abnormal Psychology
Risk Management and Insurance R M I 300 Principles of Risk Management
Slavic Languages SLAVIC 102 Second Semester Russian
Slavic Languages SLAVIC 117 Intensive Second Year Russian
Slavic Languages SLAVIC 350 Special Topics in Russian Language, Literature, and Culture
Social Work SOC WORK 663 Topics in Contemporary Social Welfare
Sociology SOC 131 Criminal Justice in America
Sociology SOC 138 The Sociology of Gender
Sociology SOC 248 Environment, Natural Resources, and Society
Statistics STAT 301 Introduction to Statistical Methods
Statistics STAT 311 Introduction to Theory and Methods of Mathematical Statistics I
Statistics STAT 324 Introductory Applied Statistics for Engineers
Statistics STAT 371 Introductory Applied Statistics for the Life Sciences
Statistics STAT 431 Introduction to the Theory of Probability
Statistics STAT 632 Introduction to Stochastic Processes
Statistics STAT 679 Special Topics in Statistics
Theatre and Drama THEATRE 150 Acting I: Introduction to Acting
Theatre and Drama THEATRE 219 Undergraduate Topics in Theatre and Drama
Theatre and Drama THEATRE 360 Performance in Practice
Theatre and Drama THEATRE 372 Set Design I

Summer 3-Week Session (17.06.2019 - 07.07.2019) - Studiengänge/Kurse in Englisch - Postgraduate

Fachbereich Kursnummer Kursbezeichnung
Accounting ACCT I S 999 ACCT I S 999 Contemporary Topics> Strategic Cost Management
Communication Science and Discorders CS&D 892 Clerkship in Audiology II
Communication Science and Discorders CS&D 893 Clerkship in Audiology III
Communication Science and Discorders CS&D 899 Capstone Study in Audiology
Computer Science COMP SCI 300 Programming II
Computer Science COMP SCI 435 Introduction to Cryptography
Computer Science SCI 524 Introduction to Optimization
Counselling Psychology COUN PSY 719 Introduction to Qualitative Research
Counselling Psychology COUN PSY 777 Crisis and Trauma Counseling
Curriculum and Instruction CURRIC 672 Issues in ESL Education
Ed Leadership & Policy Analysis ELPA 640 Legal Rights and Responsibilities for Teachers
English ENGL 695 Directed Creative Writing
English ENGL 719 Summer Writing Workshop
Environmental Studies ENVIR ST 975 Environmental Conservation Leadership Seminar
Mathematics MATH 319 Techniques in Ordinary Differential Equations
Mathematics MATH 320 Linear Algebra and Differential Equations
Mathematics MATH 340 Elementary Matrix and Linear Algebra
Mathematics MATH 421 The Theory of Single Variable Calculus
Mathematics MATH 431 Introduction to the Theory of Probability
Mathematics MATH 435 Introduction to Cryptography
Mathematics MATH 521 Analysis I
Mathematics MATH 632 Introduction to Stochastic Processes

Summer 4-Week Session IIII (09.07.2019 - 04.08.2019) - Studiengänge/Kurse in Englisch - Undergraduate

Fachbereich Kursnummer Kursbezeichnung
Accounting ACCT I S 621 Financial Reporting II
Agricultural and Applied Economics AAEE722 Machine Learning in Applied Economic Analysis
Agricultural and Applied Economics AAEE770 Introduction to Quantitative Methods in Resource and Energy Economics

Summer 4-Week Session III (15.07.2019 - 11.08.2019) - Studiengänge/Kurse in Englisch - Undergraduate

Fachbereich Kursnummer Kursbezeichnung
African Studies African 202 Intro African Cultural Studies
Asian Language and Culture ASIALANG 204 Fourth Semester Japanese
Asian Language and Culture ASIALANG 206 Fourth Semester Korean
Asian Language and Culture ASIALANG 308 2nd Semester SE Asian Language
Communication Arts COM ARTS 346 Critical Internet Studies
Communication Arts COM ARTS 465 Editing and Post-production for Video and Film
Community and Environmental Society C&E SOC 211 The Sociological Enterprise
Counselling Psychology COUN PSY 300 Special Topics: Counseling and Counseling Psychology
Educational Policy ED PSYCH 301 How People Learn
English as a Second Language ESL 328 Academic Skills Workshops
French FRENCH 102 Second Semester French
French FRENCH 204 Fourth Semester French
German, Nordic and Slavic GNS432 Fourth Semester Kazakh
International Business INTL BUS 200 International Business
Italian ITALIAN 102 Second Semester Italian
Language and Cultures of Asia LCA LANG 302 Second Semester Asian Language
Language and Cultures of Asia LCA LANG 370 Second Semester Modern Tibetan
Literature in Translation LITTRANS 373 Topics in Japanese Literature
Management and Human Resources M H R 365 Contemporary Topics
Marketing MARKETNG 305 Consumer Behavior
Political Science POLI SCI 461 Interdisciplinary Seminar in Political Economy, Philosophy, & Politics
RELIG ST 102 Religious Studies Exploring Religion in Sickness and Health
SOC 134 Sociology Sociology of Race & Ethnicity in the United States
SOC 211 Sociology The Sociological Enterprise
THEATRE 200 Theatre and Drama Acting Skills for Life

Summer 4-Week Session III (15.07.2019 - 11.08.2019) - Studiengänge/Kurse in Englisch - Postgraduate

Fachbereich Kursnummer Kursbezeichnung
Counselling Psychology COUN PSY 723 Developmental Processes Across the Life Span
Educational Policy ED PSYCH 723 Developmental Processes Across the Life Span
History HISTORY 200 Historical Studies