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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 IAU College: Aix-en-Provence, School of Humanities and Social Sciences.
Abroad Course Number Abroad Course Title PSU Credits PSU Course Number Semester Effective Notes
POL IR 321
Contemporary Politics of The Middle East 3.00 PLSC 499  Fall 2016   
Add'l Courses
* *Aix, France: Business at IAU (Summer) Historical Course List may also apply ****  ****  Expand for Link 
FRE 301
Advanced French Conversation and Composition 4.00 FR 401  Summer 2015   
ARC 309
Ancient European Art and Archaeology 3.00 ART H 499  Fall 2014   
ARC 310
Ancient Mediterranean Civilizations 3.00 CAMS 5  Spring 2016   
FRE 101
Beginning French I 3.00 FR 199  Summer 2016   
BUS 304
Business Ethics in the Global Market 3.00 MGMT 399  Spring 2015  Expand for restrictions 
FRE 311
Business French 3.00 FR 499  Spring 2015   
ART 382
Cezanne and Van Gogh 3.00 ART H 435  Spring 2016   
WS 305/ES305
Chemistry and Biochemistry of Wine Production 3.00 FD SC 233  Spring 2016   
FRE 331
Contemporary France: Society, Politics and Culture 3.00 FR 430  Spring 2016   
FRE/POL 376
Contemporary French Identities 3.00 FR 430  Spring 2015   
Art 151/351
Contemporary Studio Inquiry and Practice: Intermediate and Advanced 3.00 INART 299  Spring 2016   
ART 270
Creative Nonfiction Writing and the Intercultural Experience 3.00 ENGL 215  Spring 2015   
Fr 306
Cross-Culture Studies in Food and Culture 3.00 NUTR 299  Spring 2015  Expand for restrictions 
ART 342
Crossroads in European Art 3.00 ARTH 399  Summer 2017   
POL 317A
Democracy and Environmental Policy 3.00 PLSC 499  Summer 2016   
Art 100
Drawing 1 - Foundation 3.00 ART 020  Spring 2016   
ECO 304
Economic Globalization 3.00 ECON 399  Spring 2016   
FRE 101-102
Essential of Elementary French 1 then 2 6.00 FR 111  Spring 2015   
FRE102-201
Essentials of elementary French 2 then intermediary French 1 6.00 FR 299  Spring 2017   
PHIL 312
Ethics in Society 3.00 PHIL 418  Spring 2015   
FRE 306
Food and Culture 3.00 FR 430  Spring 2016   
HIS 303
France and Europe in the Cold War 3.00 HIST 435  Spring 2016   
HIS 314
France During the Occupation 3.00 HIST 199  Spring 2016   
FRE 218
France, Fracophone, and Music 3.00 FR 499  Fall 2014   
FRE/LIT 414
French and Francophone Literature 3.00 FR 499  Spring 2017   
FRE 340
French Children's Literature: exploring Language, Culture and Society 3.00 FR 352  Fall 2016   
FRE LIT 340
French Children's Literature: exploring Language, Culture and Society 3.00 FR 352  Fall 2016   
POL 321
French Colonialism in the Middle East and North Af 3.00 PLSC 499  Fall 2017   
POL 308
Geopolitics of the Mediterranean Basin 3.00 PLSC 499  Spring 2017   
BUS 302
Global Brand Management 3.00 MKTG 499  Spring 2017   
POL 309
Global Environmental Politics 3.00 PL SC 499  Spring 2015   
HIS/IR 321
History and Politics of the Middle East and North Africa 3.00 PL SC 499  Spring 2016   
PSY 304
Human Development in a Cultural Context 3.00 PSYCH 399  Spring 2017   
FRE 201
Intermediate French I 3.00 FR 201  Spring 2014   
FRE 202
Intermediate French II 3.00 FR 201  Fall 2014   
BUS 401
International Business 3.00 I B 399  Spring 2015  Expand for restrictions 
ECO 301
International Economics and the European Union 3.00 PL SC 499  Fall 2014   
POL 303
International Relations: Security and Development in a Globalized World 3.00 PL SC 499  Spring 2016   
Art 110
Introduction to Digital Photography 3.00 Photo 100  Spring 2015   
GS3019
Introduction to Gender and Sexuality Studies 4.00 WMNST 100  Spring 2017   
FRE 211
Living in France: Intercultural Communication 3.00 FR 430  Spring 2016   
ART 322A
Modern Art, Provence and the Mediterranean 3.00 ART H 399  Summer 2015   
HIS/SOC 304
Muslim Presence in Europe 3.00 HIST 199  Spring 2016   
WS101
Overview of Wine 1.00 HM 499  Spring 2015   
ART 105/106
Painting & Drawing 3.00 ART 020  Spring 2015   
Art 130
Painting 1 -- foundation 3.00 ART 050  Spring 2016   
FRE/HIS 328
Provencal History and Cultural through its Monuments 3.00 FR 332  Spring 2016   
HIS 328
Provencal History Through Its Monuments 3.00 FR 499  Spring 2016   
FRE 316
Readings in French Literature II 3.00 FR 352  Spring 2015   
WS 303/GEO 303
Regional Wine Trade and Economics 3.00 I B 399  Fall 2014   
REL 312
Religion the Children of Abraham 3.00 RL ST 101  Spring 2015   
BUS 324A
Social Media Marketing 3.00 MKTG 499  Summer 2015   
SOC 303
Sociology of Education 3.00 SOC 416  Spring 2017   
ART 306
Studio II Painting and Drawing Intermediate/Advanced 3.00 ART 399  Spring 2015   
ART 232
Survey of European Painting: Renaissance to the 20th Century 3.00 ART H 112  Spring 2017   
REL 312
The Children of Abraham: Judaism, Christianity, and Islam 3.00 RL ST 101  Spring 2015   
POL 307
The European Union: The Politics of Integration and Enlargement 3.00 PL SC 499  Fall 2014   
BUS/WS 306
The Global Wine Industry: A French Immersion 3.00 IB 399  Summer 2017   
ART 372A
The Mutation of the Antique: Eighteenth-Century Art and the Classical World 3.00 ART H 499  Summer 2015   
FRE 402
Translation and Structure II: From Colloquial to Literature 3.00 FR 402Y  Spring 2016   
WS 302
Wine Marketing and Analysis 3.00 I B 399  Fall 2014   
POL 310
Women in Politics 3.00 PLSC 499  Summer 2017   
FRE/LIT 383
Writing in Provence: Literature and Regional Culture 3.00 FR 499  Spring 2016