Fall 2017 Courses

Choosing your courses for Luxembourg

Students register for all courses on a first come, first served basis, just as when registering normally at Miami. Classes have a 25 person cap, so it is recommended that students select second and third choices in the event that their first choices are full. Each semester we hold a mandatory Registration Info Session the week prior to registration to review the Luxembourg course requirements, to offer some tips and tricks for the day of registration, and to answer any lingering questions. We also strongly advise students to talk to their Academic Advisor prior to scheduling.

All Luxembourg students must register for a minimum of 16 credit hours.

Fall 2017 Course Selection

Step 1

Choose ONE class from each block

Semester Study Tour
3 credit hours

  • JRN 101L: Introduction to Journalism (3)
  • HST 270L: The Rise and Fall of Hitler (3)
  • MUS 189L: Great Ideas in Western Music (3) IIA, H
  • PHL 310C: Friedrich Nietzsche and the Project of Self-Knowledge (3)
  • SOC 337L: Sociological Aspects of European Culture (3)

Sprint Study Tour
3 credit hours

  • ART 188L: History of Western Art: Renaissance to the Present (3) IIA, IIB, H
  • JRN 350L: Foreign Correspondence (3)
  • RUS 250L: Russia's Europe: Envy, Fear, and Fascination (3)
  • PHL 103L: Society & the Individual (3) IIB, H

Language
3 or 4 credit hours

  • FRE 107L: Practical French (4)
  • FRE 101L: First Year French (4)
  • FRE 201L: Second Year French (3)
  • FRE 310L: Text in Context: Advanced Conversational French through Aspects of Contemporary French (3)
  • FRE 411L: French Civilization (3)
  • GER 103L: Introduction to the German-Speaking World (3)
  • GER 101L: First Year German (3)
  • GER 201L: Second Year German (3)
  • GER 321L: Cultural Topics in German-Speaking Countries Since 1870 (3) Cul, H

Step 2

Register for these two REQUIRED credits

  • LUX 325L: Semester Study Tour Course - Study Tour (1)
  • LUX 335L: European Experience (1)

Step 3

Do you need to complete a Thematic Sequence?

If NO, skip to Step 4. If YES, choose one course from the box below. The course you choose below, along with your Semester Study Tour course and your Sprint Study Tour course will count as your Thematic Sequence. See Thematic Sequence FAQs for more info.

  • ECO 344L: International Economic Relations (3)
  • FRE 310L: Text in Context: Advanced Conversational French through Aspects of Contemporary French (3)
  • FRE 411L: French Civilization (3)
  • GER 321L: Everyday Culture in German-Speaking Countries (3)
  • HST 271L: The Western Heritage: From the Renaissance to the 20th Century (3)
  • MGT 291L: Introduction to Management and Leadership (3)
  • MKT 291L: Principles of Marketing (3)
  • POL 270L: International Relations: A Survey, Concepts and Analysis (3)
  • POL 321L: Comparative European Politics and the Pursuit of European Unity (3)

Step 4

Choose one or more courses from the box below to get to the required 16-hour minimum

Remember, you must be enrolled in a minimum of 16 credit hours, but it’s okay to go over the 16 hours.

  • ARC 404L: Impressions of Europe (2)
  • BUS 371L: International Business (3)
  • ECO 344L: International Economic Relations (3)
  • ENG 204L: European Cinema: An Introduction (1)
  • HST 270L:  The Rise and Fall of Hitler (3)
  • HST 271L: The Western Heritage: From the Renaissance to the 20th Century (3)
  • ITS 141L: Great European Cities in Historical & Cultural Context (Athens, Rome, Istanbul, Amsterdam, Paris, London) (1)
  • ITS 142L: Great European Cities in Historical & Cultural Context (Venice, Vienna, Budapest, Bruges, Reims, Florence) (1)
  • ITS 315L: Intercultural Learning (2)
  • LUX 345L: History of Luxembourg (1)
  • MGT 291L: Introduction to Management and Leadership (3)
  • MKT 291L: Principles of Marketing (3)
  • POL 270L: International Relations: A Survey, Concepts and Analysis (3)
  • POL 321L: Comparative European Politics and the Pursuit of European Unity (3)

Things to consider

We strongly recommend you consult your Academic Advisor when selecting your courses. Here are some questions you will want to consider to ensure you are getting the most out of your semester in Luxembourg.

  • Are any of your major/minor courses offered in Luxembourg this semester? If not, would an independent study be a viable option to get credit for your major/minor?
  • You can also take one online course as part of your 16 credit hour minimum, if there is one offered in your major/minor.
  • Do you need Global Perspectives? GP can double dip with any courses in Luxembourg with the exception of courses being counted as Foundation IIA or IIB.
  • If you have earned 2 semesters of college credit (or equivalent AP credit at the 4 or 5 level) for any European (EU) language, the language requirement may be waived. You will be required to complete a language petition form and provide proof of the earned credits with an unofficial transcript or DAR submission to Assistant Dean Raymond Manes at manesr@miamioh.edu. You can still take a language course even if you are eligible to petition out of it.
  • If needed, business students are guaranteed either MGT 291L or MKT 291L, but they are not guaranteed both. Being able to take both courses depends on how many business students are enrolled in any given semester and how many other students need to take those courses. We do, however, encourage you to let us know if you need both courses to stay on track to graduation.
  • Architecture students have a different curriculum and course list to select from. Please check with the Luxembourg Coordinator.