Fall 1 2017 Charles University

Courses

Course list Fall 1 2017 Charles University

Fall 1 2017 Charles University (August 31, 2017 - December 15, 2017)
Catalog Code: VPGF1117

Students will enroll in the following:

  • Two Veritas courses
    • Veritas course Global Missions Perspectives (3 credits) required when minimum enrollment is met
    • International Missions/Service Learning Practicum (1-3 credits Pass/Fail) required 
  • Up to 15 credits at Charles University to maintain full-time student status

VERITAS COURSES

Participation in Veritas courses is required in order to enhance the Veritas experience.

Global Missions Perspectives (3 credits/45 contact hours)

This is a course to prepare students to defend the Christian faith in a loving manner, from a scientific and logical perspective. Major attention is given to the questions that Christians and non-Christians ask regarding the creation of the world, the existence of God, the life and resurrection of Jesus, and the validity of biblical revelation. Philosophical, scientific and theological topics will be discussed through the course. (Download syllabus here) 

*This course only runs if the minimum enrollment is met.  Check with your program manager to confirm.

 

International Missions/Service Learning Practicum (1-3 credits Pass/Fail)

The practicum will enrich the program and mission experience through reflection assignments, research, and journaling. Participation is required in order to enhance the mission experience. Students will receive one credit upon completing the assignments and service participation. Students may elect to submit a log of hours for up to two additional credits. (Download syllabus here)

 

COURSE OPTIONS AT CHARLES UNIVERSITY

  • Syllabi available upon request.
See Course Disclaimer
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True Beginning
Courses:

Czech Language

Courses:
45 Contact Hours
Language Level: True Beginning
Lower Division
Intensive Czech Language
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Beginning
Courses:

Czech Language

Courses:
45 Contact Hours
Language Level: Beginning
Lower Division
Beginning Czech Language
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High Beginning
Courses:

Czech Language

Courses:
45 Contact Hours
Language Level: High Beginning
Lower Division
High Beginning Czech Language
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Intermediate
Courses:

Czech Language

Courses:
45 Contact Hours
Language Level: Intermediate
Lower Division
Intermediate Czech Language
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High Intermediate
Courses:

Czech Language

Courses:
45 Contact Hours
Language Level: High Intermediate
Lower Division
High Intermediate Czech Language
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Advanced
Courses:

Czech Language

Courses:
45 Contact Hours
Language Level: Advanced
Upper Division
Advanced Czech Language
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High Advanced
Courses:

Czech Language

Courses:
45 Contact Hours
Language Level: High Advanced
Upper Division
High Advanced Czech Language
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Taught In English
Courses:

Liberal Arts

Courses:
45 Contact Hours
Language Level: Taught in English
Upper Division
Art and Architecture of Prague: The City Throughout Centuries
45 Contact Hours
Language Level: Taught in English
Upper Division
Business Practices in Central and Eastern Europe (CLOSED)
45 Contact Hours
Language Level: Taught in English
Upper Division
Capitalism vs. Communism: Social Democracy
45 Contact Hours
Language Level: Taught in English
Upper Division
Communism and Religion: Past and Present (CLOSED)
45 Contact Hours
Language Level: Taught in English
Upper Division
Contemporary Politics in Central Europe
45 Contact Hours
Language Level: Taught in English
Upper Division
Czech Film History
45 Contact Hours
Language Level: Taught in English
Upper Division
Enlargement of the EU - Economic Issues
45 Contact Hours
Language Level: Taught in English
Upper Division
Gender Issues within the European Context: Interdisciplinary Perspectives
45 Contact Hours
Language Level: Taught in English
Upper Division
History of Jewish Communities in Central Europe
45 Contact Hours
Language Level: Taught in English
Upper Division
History of the Czech Region and Contemporary Central Europe
45 Contact Hours
Language Level: Taught in English
Upper Division
Kafka's World: Literature as a Form of Evasion (CLOSED)
45 Contact Hours
Language Level: Taught in English
Upper Division
Magic and Power of Prague
45 Contact Hours
Language Level: Taught in English
Upper Division
Modern Czech Drama (CLOSED)
45 Contact Hours
Language Level: Taught in English
Upper Division
World War II and the New Europe

Course Disclaimer

Courses and course hours of instruction are subject to change.

Availability of courses is based on enrollment numbers. All students should seek pre-approval for alternate courses in the event of last minute class cancellations

There may be an additional charge for academic year students to enroll in a 5th course during the spring semester.

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Fall 2 2017 University of Economics

Courses

Course list Fall 2 2017 University of Economics

Fall 2 2017 University of Economics (September 8, 2017 - December 15, 2017)
Catalog Code: VPGF1217

Students will enroll in the following:

  • Two Veritas courses
    • Veritas course Global Missions Perspectives (3 credits) required when minimum enrollment is met
    • International Missions/Service Learning Practicum (1-3 credits Pass/Fail)
  • Up to 15 credits at University of Economics to maintain full-time student status

VERITAS COURSES

Participation in Veritas courses is required in order to enhance the Veritas experience.

 

Global Missions Perspectives (3 credits/45 contact hours)

This is a course to prepare students to defend the Christian faith in a loving manner, from a scientific and logical perspective. Major attention is given to the questions that Christians and non-Christians ask regarding the creation of the world, the existence of God, the life and resurrection of Jesus, and the validity of biblical revelation. Philosophical, scientific and theological topics will be discussed through the course. (Download syllabus here)

 

International Missions/Service Learning Practicum (1-3 credits Pass/Fail)

The practicum will enrich the program and mission experience through reflection assignments, research, and journaling. Participation is required in order to enhance the mission experience. Students will receive one credit upon completing the assignments and service participation. Students may elect to submit a log of hours for up to two additional credits. (Download syllabus here)

 

COURSE OPTIONS AT UNIVERSITY OF ECONOMICS

  • Syllabi available upon request.
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Beginning
Courses:

Czech Language

Courses:
46 Contact Hours
Language Level: Beginning
Lower Division
Elementary Czech [CEP001]
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Taught In English
Courses:

International Business & Economics

Courses:
46 Contact Hours
Language Level: Taught in English
Upper Division
Cultural History of the Czech Lands [IP_327]
46 Contact Hours
Language Level: Taught in English
Upper Division
Entrepreneurship and New Business Venturing [IP_315]
46 Contact Hours
Language Level: Taught in English
Upper Division
European Integration [IP_325]
46 Contact Hours
Language Level: Taught in English
Upper Division
Global Business and International Trade [IP_331]
46 Contact Hours
Language Level: Taught in English
Upper Division
Globalization and World Politics [IP_317]
46 Contact Hours
Language Level: Taught in English
Upper Division
International Finance [IP_335]
46 Contact Hours
Language Level: Taught in English
International Management [IP_314]
46 Contact Hours
Language Level: Taught in English
Upper Division
International Marketing Communications [IP_340]
46 Contact Hours
Language Level: Taught in English
Upper Division
International Relations [IP_334]
46 Contact Hours
Language Level: Taught in English
Upper Division
International Strategy [IP_312]
46 Contact Hours
Language Level: Taught in English
Upper Division
Marketing in Central and Eastern Europe [IP_323]
46 Contact Hours
Language Level: Taught in English
Upper Division
Product Brand Marketing [IP_310]

Course Disclaimer

Courses and course hours of instruction are subject to change.

Eligibility for courses may be subject to a placement exam and/or pre-requisites.

Credits earned vary according to the policies of the students' home institutions. According to ISA policy and possible visa requirements, students must maintain full-time enrollment status, as determined by their home institutions, for the duration of the program.

ECTS (European Credit Transfer and Accumulation System) credits are converted to semester credits/quarter units differently among U.S. universities. Students should confirm the conversion scale used at their home university when determining credit transfer.

Courses are weighted according to the ECTS system. Each course is 46 contact hours, worth 7 ECTS credits. Per the University of Economics, Prague (UEP), 7 ECTS credits represent 3 U.S. semester credits.Transcripts are issued in U.S. semester credit hours.

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