Schedules

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Academic Calendars

Spring 2022, Jan. 10-May 20

Graduate

Spring 1: Jan. 10-March 11
Spring 2: March 21-May 20

Undergraduate

Spring 1: Jan. 17-March 11
Spring 2: March 21-May 13

Summer 2022, May 30-July 29

Graduate

May 30-July 29

Undergraduate

June 6-July 29

Fall 2022, Aug. 15-Dec. 16

Graduate

Fall 1: Aug. 15-Oct. 14
Fall 2: Oct. 17-Dec. 16

Undergraduate

Fall 1: Aug. 22-Oct. 14
Fall 2: Oct. 24-Dec. 16

Spring 2023, Jan. 9-May 19

Graduate

Spring 1: Jan. 9-March 10
Spring 2: March 20-May 19

Undergraduate

Spring 1: Jan. 16-March 10
Spring 2: March 20-May 12

 

New Year's Day January 1
Good Friday April 15
Easter Monday April 18
King's Day April 27
Ascension Day May 26
Whit Monday June 6
Leidens Ontzet October 3
Christmas December 25
December 26

Schedules

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Undergraduate Courses Offered

Department of Business & Management

Semester

  • ACCT 2025 Managerial Accounting*
  • MNGT 2100 Management Theory & Practice
  • BUSN 2750 Introduction to Statistics*

Spring 1

  • CSIS 1500 Introduction to Business Technologies
  • WSBT 2000 Career Exploration (1 cr.)**
  • FINC 3210 Principles of Finance*
  • BUSN 3710 Entrepreneurial Financial Management

Spring 2

  • MNGT 2150 Business Ethics
  • WSBT 2300 Personal Branding (1 cr.)*
  • MNGT 2700 Introduction to Entrepreneurship & SBM
  • BUSN 4110 Operations Management*
  • MNGT 4900 Managerial Policies and Strategies Capstone BA Gen/BSBA*-**

Department of International Relations

Semester

  • POLT 1070 Intro to Political Theory (GCP)
  • INTL 1500 (X) HIST 1000 The World Since 1500 (GCP) (Intl HRTS - G1)
  • INTL 2030 International Law (Intl HRTS Certificate - G1)
  • INTL 2100 Model U.N. 

Spring 1

  • INTL 3100 (X) INTL 5400 International Political Economy*
  • HRTS 3600 Topics in Mass Violence (IHR Cert.)
  • HIST 2210 Early Modern Europe (GCP)

Spring 2

  • INTL 3260 (X) MDST 3260 International Communications

Department of Behavioral & Social Sciences

Semester

  • PSYC 1100 Introduction to Psychology (GCP)
  • BIOL 1040 Human Genetics (GCP)
  • PSYC 2825 Introduction to Research Methods*
  • PSYC 3325 Applied Learning Theory*
  • PSYC 4650 BioPsychology*
  • PSYC 4750 Advanced Statistics*
  • PSYC 4925 Senior Capstone: History, Philosophy & Systems of Psychology*

Spring 1

  • PSYC 1800 Careers in Psychology (1 cr.)
  • PSYC 4550 Drug and Chemical Dependency*

Spring 2

  • PSYC 2300 Life Span Development
  • PSYC 2700 Psychology of Women
  • PSYC 3025 Psychology and Ethics (2 cr.)*

Department of Media Communications

Semester

  • MDST 3300 Media Law, Ethics and Policy
  • MDST 1160 Communications for Media Professionals

Spring 1

  • MDST 2100 Media Literacy (GCP) (Tentative Directed Study)

Spring 2

  • MDST 3260 (X) INTL 3260 Global Media Practice (GCP)
  • MDST 2500 Professional Development for Media Careers

*Course has prerequisite(s), please check catalog
**Additional fee applicable

Global Citizenship Courses (GCP) & Other Courses

Semester

  • GLBC 1200 Global Cornerstone Seminar
  • WRIT 1000 Writing Skills Workshop
  • POLT 1070 Intro to Political Theory
  • INTL 1500 (X) HIST 1000 The World Since 1500 (Intl HRTS - G1)
  • PSYC 1100 Introduction to Psychology
  • BIOL 1040 Human Genetics

Spring 1

  • ILC 2090 Intermediate Language: Level 1 - Dutch Prerequisite: ILC 1100 or equivalent
  • HIST 2210 Early Modern Europe
  • MDST 2100 Media Literacy (Tentative Directed Study) 

Spring 2

  • PHIL 2000 Making Decisions
  • ILC 2100 Intermediate Language: Level 2 - Dutch Prerequisite: ILC 2090 or equivalent
  • KEYS 4010 Democratic Process
  • ANSO 2060 Culture and Communication
  • MDST 3260 (X) INTL 3260 Global Media Practice

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Undergraduate Courses Offered

Department of Business & Management

  • MNGT 3730 Innovation, Creativity and the Entrepreneur

Department of International Relations

  • POLT 1080 Introduction to Comparative Politics (GCP)

Department of Behavioral & Social Sciences

  • PSYC 3000 Topics: Crisis Counseling*

*Course has prerequisite(s), please check catalog

Global Citizenship Courses (GCP) & Other Courses

  • ILC 2150 Topics in Culture: Understanding the Dutch
  • KEYS 4019 Art and Social Engagement: How do the Arts Impact/Change the World?
  • POLT 1080 Introduction to Comparative Politics

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Undergraduate Courses Offered

Department of Business & Management

Semester

  • ACCT 2010 Financial Accounting (GCP)
  • MATH 1430 College Algebra
  • MNGT 2100 Management Theory & Practice**

Fall 1

  • BUSN 1000 Business Spreadsheets (1 cr.)
  • ECON 2000 Survey of Economics
  • MNGT 2500 Marketing
  • MNGT 3320 Business Law: International
  • MNGT 3440 Stress Management

Fall 2

  • WSBT 2700 Career Management Strategies* (1 cr.)
  • MNGT 3400 Human Resources Management*
  • MNGT 3450 Organizational Behavior
  • MNGT 3720 Entrepreneurial Marketing*
  • MNGT 4100 International Management*
  • MNGT 4330 International Marketing*

Department of International Relations

Semester

  • POLT 2600 Research Methods and Approaches in Political Science
  • HIST 2340 History of American Business and Management
  • HRTS 1100 Intro to HRTS (GCP)
  • INTL 1050 Intro to IR (GCP)

Fall 1

  • MNGT 3320 Business Law: International
  • POLT 3310 Conduct of Foreign Policy

Fall 2

  • ANSO 2300 Social Movements (GCP)
  • HIST 3100 Diplomatic History

Department of Behavioral & Social Sciences

Semester

  • BIOL 1010 Human Biology (GCP) (4 cr.)
  • MATH 1430 College Algebra (GCP)
  • PSYC 1100 Introduction to Psychology (GCP)
  • PSYC 2750 Introduction to Measurements & Statistics (GCP)
  • PSYC 3350 Cognitive Psychology*
  • PSYC 4225 Introduction to the Helping Professions*

Fall 1

  • PSYC 3125 Abnormal Psychology*
  • PSYC 3575 Industrial/Organizational Psychology*

Fall 2

  • PSYC 2250 Adolescent Psychology*
  • PSYC 4000 Topics: The Psychology of Sex and Gender
  • PSYC 4925 Senior Capstone: History, Philosophy & Systems of Psychology*

Department of Media Communications

Semester

  • MDST 4200 Media Research

Fall 1

  • JOUR 3150 Topis in Modern Media (pandemic-related)

Fall 2

  • MDST 2800 Media, Diversity, and Society (GCP)

*Course has prerequisite(s), please check catalog
**Additional fee applicable

Global Citizenship Courses (GCP) & Other Courses

Semester

  • ACCT 2010 Financial Accounting
  • BIOL 1010 Human Biology (4 cr.)
  • GLBC 1200 Global Cornerstone Seminar
  • HRTS 1100 Intro to HRTS
  • INTL 1050 Intro to IR
  • MATH 1430 College Algebra
  • PSYC 1100 Introduction to Psychology
  • PSYC 2750 Introduction to Measurements & Statistics
  • SPCM 1040 Public Speaking
  • WRIT 1000 Writing Skills Workshop

Fall 1

  • ILC 1090 Elementary Dutch: Level 1
  • MUSC 1070 Topics in Music 

Fall 2

  • ANSO 2300 Social Movements
  • EDUC 3300 Topics in Education
  • ILC 1100 Elementary Dutch: Level 2*
  • KEYS 4012 City Life
  • MDST 2800 Media, Diversity, and Society
  • PHIL 1000 Introduction to Philosophy

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Graduate Courses Offered

Department of Business & Management

Spring 1

  • MNGT 5670 Managerial Leadership*
  • BUSN 5000 Business
  • MBA 5010 Value Creation*-**

Spring 2

  • MBA 5020 Quantitative Methods for the MBA*
  • MBA 5030 Market Analysis and Business Planning*

Department of International Relations

Spring 1

  • INTL 5000 Intro to IR
  • INTL 5580 Politics of Development
  • INTL 5400 (X) INTL 3100 International Political Economy*
  • INTL 6000 Capstone in IR

Spring 2

  • INTL 5100 Research Methods and Perspectives
  • INTL 5860 Issues in Intl. Politics: China and its Global Impact (IP)
  • INTL 5545 The U.N. in Intl. Politics (INGO Cert.)
  • INTL 5605 Topics in Comp. P.: Circular Economy & Sustainability (CP)

Department of Behavioral & Social Sciences

Spring 1

  • PSYC 5300 Psychopathology (yr 1)
  • PSYC 5400 Research Design (yr 1)

Spring 2

  • PSYC 5500 Assessment (yr 1)
  • PSYC 5600 Group Processes & Group Therapy (yr 1)

*Course has prerequisite(s), please check catalog
**Additional fee applicable

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Graduate Courses Offered

Department of International Relations

  • INGO 5700 Grant Writing for NGOs (INGO Cert.)
  • INTL 5800 Globalization

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Graduate Courses Offered

Department of Business & Management

Fall 1

  • BUSN 5000 Business
  • MBA 5010 Value Creation**
  • MBA 5100 Adding Value through Human Capital
  • MBA 5200 The Financial Value of Capital Projects

Fall 2

  • MBA 5020 Quantitative Methods for the MBA
  • MBA 5030 Market Analysis and Business Planning
  • MBA 5300 Providing Value to Customers
  • MBA 5400 The Supply Chain and Business Processes

Department of International Relations

Fall 1

  • INTL 5000 Intro to International Relations
  • INTL 5100 Research Methods and Perspectives
  • INTL 5550 War and Diplomacy
  • INTL 5900 Advanced Research Method
  • INTL 6000 Capstone in International Relations

Fall 2

  • INGO 5000 x INTL 5540 Intro to IOs and NGOs
  • INTL 5050 Comparative Politics
  • INTL 5700 Humanitarian Issues in International Politics

Department of Behavioral & Social Sciences

Fall 1

  • PSYC 5000 Bases of Counseling Psychology (yr 1)
  • PSYC 5200 Advanced Developmental Psychology (yr 1)
  • PSYC 5900 Applied Statistics and Research Methods (yr 2)
  • PSYC 6000 Special Topics in Counseling (yr 2)

Fall 2

  • PSYC 5100 Approaches to Counseling and Therapy (yr 1)
  • PSYC 5700 Psychopharmacology (yr 2)
  • PSYC 5800 Ethical and Legal Foundations (yr 1)

*Course has prerequisite(s), please check catalog
**Additional fee applicable

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