Glasgow Spring 1 2022: Business, STEM, Social Sciences & Liberal Arts

Courses

Course list Glasgow Spring 1 2022: Business, STEM, Social Sciences & Liberal Arts

Glasgow Spring 1 2022: Business, STEM, Social Sciences & Liberal Arts (January 4, 2022 - May 28, 2022)
Catalog Code: VGSS3122

Eligibility

Minimum GPA

Students must have a minimum grade point average of 3.00.

Minimum Admissions Prerequisites

There is no language prerequisite for this program.

All applicants must have at least sophomore standing (second-year) at their home university.

All applicants are required to submit an official transcript, an academic letter of recommendation, and a personal statement along with the application.

All students participating in an academic year program will be required to obtain a British Tier 4 Visa for an additional cost.

Students wishing to participate in the Functional Anatomy for Pre-Med/Pre-Health Program must have a 3.4 GPA and junior standing (third year) at their home university.

 

ISA Veritas Course

All ISA Veritas semester students will take their traditional courses at the ISA host institution in addition to one 3-credit ISA Veritas course. Students will choose one of the two courses below. The Comparative Religions course will be online and include students from across ISA Veritas sites, and the International Missions/Service-Learning Practicum will be online/on-site. 
 
Comparative Religions (HUM 353)
This course is an introduction to the major religious traditions of the world—particularly Hinduism, Buddhism, Judaism, Christianity, and Islam—and indigenous, new, and secular religions. The historical development, key figures, as well as major doctrines and practices are explored.
 
International Missions/Service-Learning Practicum (HUM 490)
This course provides upper division service-learning credit for international missions projects, an extended missions experience designed to acquaint students with the implementation of missions principles in an international context through ISA Veritas Christian Study Abroad programs.

 

COURSES AVAILABLE AT THE UNIVERSITY OF GLASGOW

Host University Units

60

Recommended U.S. Semester Credits

15

Recommended U.S. Quarter Units

22

Academic Information

Course Availability & Syllabi

  • The courses listed below are only a sample of what the university offers. Please see the full Glasgow Module Catalog linked here for additional courses.

  • Requests for sample syllabi can be made to the Scotland Program Manager. 

Course Credit

  • Students are required to enroll in 60 Scotcat Scottish Credit Qualifications Framework (SCQF) units per term as determined by the University of Glasgow. The university offers courses from 10 Scotcats to 40 Scotcats.
  • Per the University of Glasgow, 60 Scotcat credits are considered equivalent to 15 U.S. semester credits/22.5 U.S. quarter units. Credit transfer policies surrounding Scotcats vary across US universities and students are strongly encouraged to consult with their home university regarding the transfer of Scotcats.
  • Credit transfer is ultimately determined by the student's home university.
  • 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.

Course Level Recommendations

  • ISA offers course level recommendations for the courses listed in the Glasgow Module Catalog. Please note that the course level recommendations are based on the Glasgow module level classifications of a 1, 2, 3 or 4 level, which correspond with the four year bachelor's degree cycle. Courses classified as level 3 and level 4 are considered upper division and recommended for juniors and seniors with 3000- and 4000-level of experience in the subject. These Glasgow and ISA recommendations are intended to facilitate the determination of course equivalencies by advisors and credential evaluators at participants' U.S. home institutions.

Understanding the Course Code (EX: COMPLIT1001)

  • the first four to seven letters refer to the department the course is being offered through (COMPLIT=Comparative Literature)
  • the next number refers to the level (1= Level 1, 2= Level 2, 3= Level 3, 4= Level 4)
  • the last three numbers refer to the unique number assigned to the class

Transcript Information

  • The transcript from the University of Glasgow will reflect ECTS and SCQF credits. Please be in touch with your home university regarding credit transfer for this program.
VGSS3122
Stirling Spring 1 2022: Natural Sciences, Sports Science, Humanities & Business

Courses

Course list Stirling Spring 1 2022: Natural Sciences, Sports Science, Humanities & Business

Stirling Spring 1 2022: Natural Sciences, Sports Science, Humanities & Business (January 15, 2022 - May 21, 2022)
Catalog Code: VSRS3122

ELIGIBILITY

Minimum GPA

Students must have a minimum grade point average of 3.00.

Minimum Admissions Prerequisites

There is no language prerequisite for this program.

All applicants must have at least sophomore standing (second-year) at their home university.

All applicants are required to submit an official transcript, academic letter of recommendation, and letter of intent along with the application.

 

ISA Veritas Course

All ISA Veritas semester students will take their traditional courses at the ISA host institution in addition to one 3-credit ISA Veritas course. Students will choose one of the two courses below. The Comparative Religions course will be online and include students from across ISA Veritas sites, and the International Missions/Service-Learning Practicum will be online/on-site. 
 
Comparative Religions (HUM 353)
This course is an introduction to the major religious traditions of the world—particularly Hinduism, Buddhism, Judaism, Christianity, and Islam—and indigenous, new, and secular religions. The historical development, key figures, as well as major doctrines and practices are explored.
 
International Missions/Service-Learning Practicum (HUM 490)
This course provides upper division service-learning credit for international missions projects, an extended missions experience designed to acquaint students with the implementation of missions principles in an international context through ISA Veritas Christian Study Abroad programs.

 

COURSES AVAILABLE AT THE UNIVERSITY OF STIRLING

SCQF Credits

60

Recommended U.S. Semester Credits

15

Recommended U.S. Quarter Units

22

Academic Information

Course Availability & Syllabi

  • The courses listed below are only a sample of what the university offers. Please see the full Stirling Module Catalog linked here for additional courses.

  • Requests for sample syllabi can be made to the Scotland Program Manager. 

Course Credit

  • Students are required to enroll in 60 Scottish Credit Qualifications Framework (SCQF) units per term as determined by the University of Stirling. The university offers courses from 10 credits to 40 credits.
  • Per the University of Stirling, 20 SCQF credits are considered equivalent to 5 U.S. semester credits/7.5 U.S. quarter units. Credit transfer policies surrounding SCQF credits vary across US universities and students are strongly encouraged to consult with their home university regarding the transfer of SCQF credits.
  • Credit transfer is ultimately determined by the student's home university.
  • 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.

Course Level Recommendations

  • ISA offers course level recommendations for the courses listed in the Stirling Module Catalog. Please note that the course level recommendations are based on the Stirling module level classifications of a 8, 9 or 10 level, which correspond with the three year bachelor's degree cycle. Courses classified as level 9 and level 10 are considered upper division and recommended for juniors and seniors with 3000- and 4000-level of experience in the subject. These Stirling and ISA recommendations are intended to facilitate the determination of course equivalencies by advisors and credential evaluators at participants' U.S. home institutions.
  • These ISA recommendations are intended to facilitate the determination of course equivalencies by advisors and credential evaluators at participants' U.S. home institutions.

Understanding the Course Code (EX: ENGU9HC)

  • the first three letters refer to the department the course is being offered through (ENG=English)
  • the last four numbers/letters refer to the unique number assigned to the class

Transcript Information

  • The transcript from the University of Stirling will SCQF credits. Please be in touch with your home university regarding credit transfer for this program.
VSRS3122