Syracuse Abroad is excited to announce the last-minute addition of spring Abroad@Home online courses offered by Syracuse Abroad faculty from across Europe and Latin America. These Syracuse University courses will be available to Syracuse University students during main campus registration for spring 2021 courses. We encourage students to take advantage of these fantastic offerings taught by our dynamic instructors featuring exciting and timely topics:
- HST/IRP/LAS/PSC/SPA 424 Dictatorships, Human Rights & Historical Memory in Chile & the Southern Cone (taught by Syracuse Santiago faculty)
- Taught in Spanish. Pre-req: SPA 202 or equivalent proficiency.
- PHI 300.1 Philosophy, Money and the Good Life (taught by Syracuse Strasbourg faculty)
- STS 300.1 Scientific Controversies (taught by Syracuse Strasbourg faculty)
- ECN 361 Economics of European Integration (taught by Syracuse Madrid faculty)
The following courses will be taught be Syracuse Florence faculty:
- HST 300/NSD 452 Mediterranean Food and Culture
- BUA 300/DES 322 Made in Italy: Business, Craftsmanship, and Branding Success
- MGT/CRS 300 Cross Cultural Management: Communicating in the Global Workplace
The following courses will be taught by Syracuse London faculty:
- GEO/NAT300 Climates of Resistance: Environmental Racism and Collective Action
- FIL/QSX/WGS 416 British Masculinity on Screen: James Bond and Sherlock Holmes
- HST/PSC 300.6 Death as Political: Violence, Grief and Protest
- SOC200/QSX 300 Business of Nightlife: London Subcultures
- CRS 300.2 Fashion in Focus: Discourses and Meanings
In addition, Syracuse Abroad center instructors will also offer the following winterlude 2-week classes online. All of these courses are offered for 1 credit:
- BUA 400 The Global Workplace (taught by Maggie Scull from Syracuse London)
- HEA 200 Coping with Crises in College (taught by Amy Kleine from Syracuse Florence)
- HOM 400 Sounding Black: Black British Music & Identity (taught by Jacqueline Springer from Syracuse London)
- HST 300 / NSD 400 Food, Culture and Identity in the Mediterranean (taught by Peter Fischer from Syracuse Florence)
We encourage students to explore these courses and consider building connections with our wonderful, dynamic instructors at our centers! As always, all course selections should be reviewed with Syracuse University academic advisors prior to registration.
These courses are open to all Syracuse University students pending any necessary prerequisites.