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TCNJ London Courses

TCNJ London Study Center Courses

All of the courses below may be applied to TCNJ major requirements with the approval of the department chair, program director, or authorized faculty member.  Students interested in fulfilling Liberal Learning requirements should consult this chart and have an Academic Evaluator in the Office of Records and Registration (Green Hall 119) sign their Academic Evaluation form. They  may be able to work with students who need other categories of Liberal Learning fulfilled.

The program is divided into two phases of seven weeks each.  Students will take one “key course” that will span both phases.  They may also take additional courses in the first phase.  After a mid-semester break, students will then have several pathways to consider: InternshipService Learning, Study  and Research (choosing additional courses from the list below).  Click on each option to learn more.

Students must take one of four “key courses” in the program:

Key Course Title TCNJ Liberal Learning
Britain in Europe Social Change in Historical Perspective
British Culture and Visual Media Behavioral, Social, or Cultural Perspectives
British Life and Business Behavioral, Social, or Cultural Perspectives
British Life and Cultures Behavioral, Social, or Cultural Perspectives

Students choosing the Internship, Service Learning, or Research tracks must take one of the following courses:

Students may also take additional courses from the lists below.  (Students should double-check at http://www.fie.org.uk for up-to-date information about course offerings in specific semesters and phases.  Students may also bring these courses to their department chairs for consideration for major credit – please be sure to bring the chair the course syllabus and other related course data.)

Course Title TCNJ Liberal Learning
British History 1815 to Present Social Change in Historical Perspective
British Politics Behavioral, Social, or Cultural Perspectives
Contemporary British Broadcasting Behavioral, Social, or Cultural Perspectives
Contemporary British Theater Literary, Visual, and Performing Arts
Economic Integration of the European Union Behavioral, Social, or Cultural Perspectives
Environmental Economics Elective or Major (if approved by dept)
Ethical Dilemmas: Business and the World Elective or Major (if approved by dept)
Ethical Leadership Behavioral, Social, or Cultural Perspectives
Economic Integration in the European Union Behavioral, Social, or Cultural Perspectives
Food, Society and Culture in Britain Behavioral, Social, or Cultural Perspectives
Fundamentals of Finance Elective or Major (if approved by dept)
Global Marketing Elective or Major (if approved by dept)
History of Modern Design Literary, Visual, and Performing Arts
International Diplomacy Behavioral, Social, or Cultural Perspectives
International Trade Elective of Major (if approved by dept)
London through the Lens of Qualitative Research Elective or Major (if approved by dept)
Media in Britain Behavioral, Social, or Cultural Perspectives
Music in Twentieth Century Britain Literary, Visual, and Performing Arts
The Nature of Story – Creative Writing Elective or Creative Writing minor (if approved by dept)
Peace and Conflict Resolution Behavioral, Social, or Cultural Perspectives
Photojournalism – London Looking through the Lens Literary, Visual, and Performing Arts
Shakespeare and Elizabethan Literature Literary, Visual and Performing Arts
Social Psychology in a Global Context Behavioral, Social, or Cultural Perspectives
Social Welfare Issues in the United Kingdom Behavioral, Social, or Cultural Perspectives
Sporting London: British Identity Through the Olympic Games Behavioral, Social, or Cultural Perspectives
Strategic Brand Management Elective or Major (if approved by dept)
Transnational Studies: Global Diasporas Behavioral, Social, or Cultural Perspectives
Understanding Art through London’s Collections Literary Visual and Performing Arts
Understanding Civilizations: Islam and the West World Views and Ways of Knowing

Please note: Students will earn TCNJ credits for this coursework, and grades will be computed into students’ TCNJ grade point averages!

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