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  • Courses taught in

    EnglishAcademic Year 2017/18

    Updated May 2017

  • Code ECTS Semester

    FACULTY OF ECONOMICS, BUSINESS AND TOURISM

    Applied Econometrics 40731 6 FallTechnology for Organization Management 40532 6 FallManagement Planning and Control 40530 6 FallEconomic Modelling and Policy Analysis 40730 6 FallEconomic Evaluation of Projects 40732 6 FallEnglish for Tourism I 41300 6 FallEnglish for Tourism III 41310 6 FallEnglish for Tourism II 41305 6 SpringFACULTY OF LEGAL SCIENCES

    Strategic Management of a Company 41129 6 FallSocioeconomic Statistics 41114 6 FallEnglish for Social Work 42020 6 FallFACULTY OF MARINE SCIENCES

    Internship (*) 40631 12 Spring(Supervised) Degree Final Dissertation (**) 40630 18 SpringFACULTY OF GEOGRAPHY AND HISTORY

    English Communication for Scientists 40000 6 FallAtlantic World History 40031 6 FallEnglish Communication for Scientists 40103 6 SpringFACULTY OF EDUCATION SCIENCES

    English Oral and Written Communication for Professional Development 41803/ 41704

    6 Fall

    English in Socio-Educative Contexts B1+ 41821 6 FallEnglish Oral and Written communication in an Educational Context B1+ 41709 4.5 FallEnglish Oral and Written Communication for Professional Development 41604 6 SpringEnglish Oral and Written communication in an Educational Context B2+ 41630 6 Spring

    Courses taught fully in English

  • Code ECTS Semester

    FACULTY OF ECONOMICS, BUSINESS AND TOURISM

    Applied Econometrics 40731 6 FallTechnology for Organization Management 40532 6 FallManagement Planning and Control 40530 6 FallEconomic Modelling and Policy Analysis 40730 6 FallEconomic Evaluation of Projects 40732 6 FallEnglish for Tourism I 41300 6 FallEnglish for Tourism III 41310 6 FallEnglish for Tourism II 41305 6 SpringFACULTY OF LEGAL SCIENCES

    Strategic Management of a Company 41129 6 FallSocioeconomic Statistics 41114 6 FallEnglish for Social Work 42020 6 FallFACULTY OF MARINE SCIENCES

    Internship (*) 40631 12 Spring(Supervised) Degree Final Dissertation (**) 40630 18 SpringFACULTY OF GEOGRAPHY AND HISTORY

    English Communication for Scientists 40000 6 FallAtlantic World History 40031 6 FallEnglish Communication for Scientists 40103 6 SpringFACULTY OF EDUCATION SCIENCES

    English Oral and Written Communication for Professional Development 41803/ 41704

    6 Fall

    English in Socio-Educative Contexts B1+ 41821 6 FallEnglish Oral and Written communication in an Educational Context B1+ 41709 4.5 FallEnglish Oral and Written Communication for Professional Development 41604 6 SpringEnglish Oral and Written communication in an Educational Context B2+ 41630 6 Spring

    Code ECTS Semester

    FACULTY OF HEALTH SCIENCES

    Exercise Physiology 41409 6 FallEnglish for Science and Technology I 41402 6 FallEnglish for Science and Technology II 41437 6 SpringEnglish 41447 6 SpringSCHOOL OF ARCHITECTURE

    Introduction to Architecture 43912 4,5 FallEnglish for Architects 43955 3 FallExperimental Projects II 43931 1,5 SpringSCHOOL OF COMPUTER ENGINEERING

    Communication Skills for Engineers I 40804 6 FallInternship (*) 40865 12 FallCommunication Skills for Engineers II 40809 6 SpringSCHOOL OF INDUSTRIAL AND CIVIL ENGINEERING

    Management Skills 44244 3 FallEngineering and Society 44443 3 FallTechnical English in Engineering 42725 6 SpringEnglish for Professional and Academic Communication 42847 6 SpringFACULTY OF TRANSLATION AND INTERPRETING

    Language B IV-English 40315 12 SpringFACULTY OF PHILOLOGY

    Introduction to English Literature 44012 6 FallEnglish Narrative 44026 6 FallEnglish Language: Pragmatics 41036 6 FallEnglish Poetry 41037 6 FallCultural History of Great Britain 44000 6 FallLanguage Learning Strategies for Modern Languages 44001 6 FallCultural History of the USA 44013 6 FallESL Teaching Methodology 44034 6 FallEnglish Phonetics and Phonology 44018 6 FallEnglish I 44002 6 FallEnglish III 44010 6 FallEnglish V 44020 6 FallLiterature of the USA: Short Story 44045 3 FallThe Influence of Foreign Languages on English 44050 3 FallVarieties of English 44052 3 FallLiterature of the USA from the 1960s and its validity today 44053 3 FallStudies in Popular Culture 44043 3 FallIntonation of English Language 44042 3 FallHistory of the English Language 44032 6 SpringAudiovisual Narrative: Film and Television 44009 6 SpringLiterature of the USA: Narrative 44019 6 SpringLiterature of the USA: Theatre and Poetry 44033 6 SpringEnglish Theatre 44014 6 Spring

  • Code ECTS Semester

    FACULTY OF PHILOLOGY

    English Language Didactics and Educational Methodology for Integration and Equality

    44039 6 Spring

    English II 44007 6 SpringEnglish IV 44015 6 SpringEnglish VI 44027 6 Spring(Supervised) Degree Final Dissertation (**) 44041 6 SpringDescriptive Analysis of the English Language: Morphosyntaxis 44046 3 SpringMulticulturalism, Identity and Equality 44049 3 SpringCENTRE FOR DISTANCE EDUCATION (ON-LINE)

    English for Tourism I 43300 6 FallEnglish for Tourism III 43310 6 FallOrganization and Management of Security Entities 41221 6 FallEnglish for Social Work 43420 6 FallStrategic Management of a Company 43529 6 FallSocioeconomic Statistics 43514 6 FallEnglish Oral and Written Communication for Professional Development 43604 6 FallEnglish in Socio-Educative Contexts B1+ 43609 4.5 FallEnglish for Tourism II 43305 6 Spring

    (*) The Internship takes place during the fourth year of the Bachelors Degree Programs. During an internship the student will be doing similar (albeit unpaid) work to a normal employee of the organisation. The Internship depends on the resou-rces of the Faculty/School and it cannot be guaranteed for all exchange students.(**) The Bachelors Final Degree Dissertation is required at the end of the fourth year of the Bachelors Degree Programs and is a written paper that is supervised by a member of the teaching staff at ULPGC, but the credits are transferred to the transcript of records only if these are the last remaining credits required to complete the degree. Moreover, being able to enrol for the Final Dissertation depends on various aspects as well as the resources of the departments and it cannot be guaranteed for all exchange students. Language requirements. Completing a Dissertation requires a certain level of English language skills, especially in aca-demic writing. The minimum level of English language skills is B1 on the CEFR scale. Students applying for a final project must submit a certificate stating the level of their English language skills.

  • Courses taught partly in English (at least 50%)

    % Code ECTS Semester

    FACULTY OF TRANSLATION AND INTERPRETING

    Introduction to Translation B-English 50 40312 6 FallGeneral Translation B- English 50 40317 6 FallConsecutive interpreting B I- English 50 40319 6 FallScientific and Technical Translation B- English 50 40328 6 FallSimultaneous Interpreting B I- English 50 40330 6 FallEnglish Culture and Civilization 95 40332 6 FallLanguage B I-English 90 40301 6 FallLanguage B III-English 90 40310 6 FallLegal and Economic Translation B- English 50 40323 6 SpringTouristic and Commercial Translation B- English 50 40324 6 SpringConsecutive interpreting B II- English 50 40325 6 SpringSimultaneous Interpreting B II- English 50 40334 6 SpringLanguage B II-English 90 40306 6 SpringFACULTY OF VETERINARY SCIENCES

    Cytology and Histology 50 42501 6 FallSCHOOL OF INDUSTRIAL AND CIVIL ENGINEERING

    Applied Catalysis 50 42643 6 FallWater Production and Treatment 50 42644 6 FallEnvironmental Technologies and Sustainability 66 42712 4,5 FallSCHOOL OF ARCHITECTURE

    Experimental Projects I 50 43919 1,5 SpringExperimental Projects III 50 43943 1,5 Spring

    Code ECTS Semester

    FACULTY OF PHILOLOGY

    English Language Didactics and Educational Methodology for Integration and Equality

    44039 6 Spring

    English II 44007 6 SpringEnglish IV 44015 6 SpringEnglish VI 44027 6 Spring(Supervised) Degree Final Dissertation (**) 44041 6 SpringDescriptive Analysis of the English Language: Morphosyntaxis 44046 3 SpringMulticulturalism, Identity and Equality 44049 3 SpringCENTRE FOR DISTANCE EDUCATION (ON-LINE)

    English for Tourism I 43300 6 FallEnglish for Tourism III 43310 6 FallOrganization and Management of Security Entities 41221 6 FallEnglish for Social Work 43420 6 FallStrategic Management of a Company 43529 6 FallSocioeconomic Statistics 43514 6 FallEnglish Oral and Written Communication for Professional Development 43604 6 FallEnglish in Socio-Educative Contexts B1+ 43609 4.5 FallEnglish for Tourism II 43305 6 Spring

    (*) The Internship takes place during the fourth year of the Bachelors Degree Programs. During an internship the student will be doing similar (albeit unpaid) work to a normal employee of the organisation. The Internship depends on the resou-rces of the Faculty/School and it cannot be guaranteed for all exchange students.(**) The Bachelors Final Degree Dissertation is required at the end of the fourth year of the Bachelors Degree Programs and is a written paper that is supervised by a member of the teaching staff at ULPGC, but the credits are transferred to the transcript of records only if these are the last remaining credits required to complete the degree. Moreover, being able to enrol for the Final Dissertation depends on various aspects as well as the resources of the departments and it cannot be guaranteed for all exchange students. Language requirements. Completing a Dissertation requires a certain level of English language skills, especially in aca-demic writing. The minimum level of English language skills is B1 on the CEFR scale. Students applying for a final project must submit a certificate stating the level of their English language skills.

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