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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 Marburg: Philipps University, International Undergraduate Study Program.
Abroad Course Number Abroad Course Title PSU Credits PSU Course Number Semester Effective Notes
09 036 00260
Art History of Photography 1015 3.00 GER 499  Spring 2015   
N/A
"Beyond the Walls" - The Israel-Palestine Conflict in Film 3.00 HIST 140  Summer 2016   
‘Beyond the Wall’ – Israel-Palestine Conflict in Film 3.00 PL SC 499  Summer 2016   
09 036 00260
Art History of Photography: Introduction in the History of the "New Medium" 3.00 GER 499  Spring 2015   
No Abroad Course Number
Black People in Europe: Racism - Acceptance 3.00 GER 499  Fall 2016   
N/A
Children's Literature 2.00 ENGL 399  Spring 2016   
No Abroad Course Number
Comparing the Giving of Foreign Aid: Motives and Effects of Multilateral and Bilateral Assistance 3.00 PL SC 499  Academic Year 2015   
No Abroad Course Number
Conflict and Conflict Resolution 3.00 PL SC 499  Spring 2014   
03 149 21903
Conflict, Cooperation and Community 3.00 CED 499  Academic Year 2015   
No Abroad Course Number
Economy and Society in Europe After 1945 3.00 HIST 199  Spring 2014   
1
Europe after the Second World War: Companies and European Integration 4.00 GER499  Spring 2015   
09 091 00026
Fairy tales in a European Context II 3.00 GER 499  Spring 2015   
09 091 00026
Fairy Tales in the European Context II: 19th Century-Present 3.00 GER 499  Spring 2015   
GCC
GCC in the Global Business Environment 2.00 IB 299  Summer 2017   
No Abroad Course Number
German Culture and History Course 3.00 GER 200  Fall 2016  Expand for restrictions 
N/A
German Language Course Level A.2.1+ 3.00 GER 099  Summer 2016   
none
German Language Course, Course Level: B1.2 3.00 GER 399  Academic Year 2016   
N/A
German Language Course, Level B2.2 6.00 GER 499  Fall 2016   
0909300175
German Language for Exchange Students A2-B2 4.00 GER 201  Fall 2015   
No Abroad Course Number
Global Governance, Conflict and Contestation: Weapons of the Weak? 3.00 PLSC 499  Academic Year 2015   
Einfuehrung in die Genretheorie und Genreanalyse
Introduction in the Genre Theory and Analysis 4.00 GER310  Fall 2015   
Einfuehrung in die Linguistik 1
Introduction to Linguistics 3.00 GER411  Fall 2015   
No Abroad Course Number
Introduction to Middle East Economics 3.00 ECON 499  Fall 2017   
N/A
Issues in Foreign Language Teaching and Education 3.00 GER 411  Spring 2017   
09 091 00069
Literature and Mysticism 3.00 GER 499  Spring 2015   
09 091 00069
Literature and Myticism 3.00 GER 499  Spring 2015   
No Abroad Course Number
Migration Literature / Intercultural Literature 3.00 GER 499  Fall 2016   
N/A
Onscreen Fiction: Influence of Television on German-Speaking Literature since 1955 3.00 GER 489  Academic Year 2016   
No Abroad Course Number
Perspectives of the Afghanistan Conflict after the Troop Withdrawal of the NATO 3.00 PL SC 499  Spring 2014   
06 083 00037
Religion and Politics: European History 1500-1620 3.00 GER 499  Spring 2015   
PO 335
Shifting Paradigms from Domestic to European Politics: Germany in the European Union 3.00 GER 440  Spring 2014   
N/A
Social Policy in the "Global South" 3.00 PLSC 499  Academic Year 2015   
A2-B2
Speaking Course for Foreign Students: A2-B2 4.00 GER099  Fall 2017   
09 093 00168
Speaking Course for Foreign Students: A2-B2 4.00 GER 399  Spring 2015   
1
Sport and Mega Events: Between Global Symbolic Politics and Local Frictions 4.00 GER499  Spring 2015  Expand for restrictions 
N/A
Televising Womanhood: Femininity and American TV 3.00 WMNST 199  Fall 2016   
N/A
The Reception of Classical Authors in English Literature: William Shakespeare to Derek Walcott 3.00 ENGL 297  Spring 2015   
10 090 00001 VL
Visualizing American Culture 2.00 ANTH 199  Spring 2016