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Programs : Program Course Equivalency Search

This form will search this institution's course database. You can use the results of this search to select a course and find programs that offer foreign course equivalents.
This is a historical listing of courses Penn State students have taken in past semesters. It is meant to be a guide as to what courses might be available and how they might transfer to Penn State. Courses listed here may not be offered during the semester you attend the program and the credit amount or course title may have changed. Additional courses not on this list may also be available. Please reference the host institution’s website to plan courses for your semester abroad. This historical course list is for IES: Amsterdam, Study in Amsterdam.
Abroad Course Number Abroad Course Title PSU Credits PSU Course Number Semester Effective Notes
Add'l Courses
*IES: Amsterdam, Law & Criminology Historical Course List may also apply ****  ****  Expand for Link 
AR 250
An Introduction to Studio Art in Amsterdam 3.00 ART 199  Spring 2014   
IY-3007-01
And Now Africa 3.00 AFR 192  Spring 2017   
AMST IT 3006
Big History 6.00 XXX  ****  Expand for Restrictions 
102010012Y
Capita Selecta Western Art: From Salvador Dali to the Present 6.00 ART H 299  Spring 2014   
AFEE
Corporate Social Responsibility 3.00 MGMT 199  Fall 2015  Expand for restrictions 
R_CrimJust
Crime and Justice in the Netherlands 3.00 CRIM 297  Spring 2014   
7323DO028LY
Debating European Integration: history, theory, politics 3.00 PL SC 499  Spring 2014   
73020009KY
Dutch Identity: Images of Dutch Society through Time 6.00 HIST 199  Fall 2015   
7332I001BY
Dutch Problems, Dutch Solutions 4.00 XXX  Fall 2017   
734301320Y
Education and International Development 6.00 EDTHP 497  Spring 2017   
IB A3
European Union Integration and Networks 3.00 PL SC 499  Fall 2014   
AM 3031
Gentlemen Don't Read Each Other's Mail: United States Intelligence and National Security 6.00 HIST 460 (3) + HIST 499 (3)  Fall 2014   
AM 3031
Gentlemen Don't Read Each Other's Mail: United States Intelligence and National Security 6.00 SRA 399  Fall 2014   
AH 315
Highlights of Dutch Art: From Rembrandt to Mondriaan and Beyond 3.00 ART H 299  Spring 2017   
2014110
Human Rights and Migration: the Border 3.00 PL SC 499  Fall 2014   
105010002Y
Identities in Popular Culture 3.00 CMLIT 101  Spring 2015   
734301230Y
International Development Studies Lecture Series: Conflict, Security and Development 6.00 PLSC 499  Fall 2017   
77613901AY
Introduction to Communication Science 6.00 CAS 299  Spring 2016   
PO3052
Introduction to Conflict Studies 6.00 PLSC 499  Spring 2017   
GS3019
Introduction to Gender and Sexuality Studies 3.00 WMNST 100  Spring 2017   
734201110Y
Introduction to International Development Studies 6.00 PL SC 499  Spring 2014   
GS315
Introduction to the Study of Sexuality and Gender in the Context of Amsterdam 6.00 ANTH 399  Fall 2015   
CM3010
Milestones in Communication 6.00 CAS 299  Spring 2017   
73020012DY
Perspectives on Amsterdam 3.00 GEOG 499  Spring 2017   
GE3026
Perspectives on Home and Housing 3.00 GEOG 499  Spring 2017   
55121SEP6Y
Secret Affairs I 3.00 SRA 099  Spring 2014   
7332D004AY
Space and Place 6.00 SOC 199  Fall 2017   
POLA
The European Union as a Global Actor: Conceptualizations, Case Studies and Interactions 3.00 I B 499  Spring 2014   
AM 3060
Usable Pasts 3.00 HIST 199  Spring 2018   
BA05V
Working in Groups 6.00 PSYCH 499  Spring 2016   
73020032DY
Youth & Health 4.00 HDFS 497  Spring 2017   
ED/SO 3049
Youth Cultures in a Transnational Context 6.00 HDFS 497  Spring 2017