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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: Granada, Study in Granada.
Abroad Course Number Abroad Course Title PSU Credits PSU Course Number Semester Effective Notes
Anthropology of Development
Anthropology of Development 3.00 ANTH 499  Fall 2015   
AB 151
Beginning Arabic 4.00 ARAB 001  Spring 2015   
MS 361
Flamenco History and Dance 3.00 DANCE 100  Spring 2018   
MS 361
Flamenco: History and Dance 3.00 SPAN 399  Spring 2018   
FR 27711MA
French Language: Level 6 3.00 FR 402  Spring 2017   
Introduction to Linguistic Varieties of Spanish 3.00 SPAN 497  Spring 2016   
AH 335
Islamic Art and Architecture in Spain and its Impact 3.00 SPAN 499  Spring 2015   
LT 359
Lorca and the Andalusian Literary Tradition 3.00 SPAN 497  Spring 2018   
ES/BL 325
Mediterranean Ecosystems 3.00 BIOL 399  Spring 2015   
HS 372
Memory and Identity of Sephardic Jews 3.00 SPAN 353  Spring 2018   
Arte Prehispánico
Pre-Hispanic Art in the Americas 3.00 SPAN 499  Spring 2016   
EC 332
Spain and the European Union 3.00 SPAN 499  Spring 2015   
SP 303
Spanish Language in Context: Emerging Independent III 6.00 SPAN 100 (3) + SPAN 110 (3)  Spring 2017   
FA 218
Watercolor and Landscape 3.00 ART 399  Spring 2018   
FA 218
Watercolor Workshop: Landscape in Granada 3.00 ART 399  Spring 2018   
LT 362
Women in Mediterranean Literature 3.00 CMLIT 101  Spring 2018