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Classes


All Voyager Study Abroad courses are taught by student-oriented professors that are experts in their field. Professors travel with the program and participate in all class-related activities. All classes meet accreditation standards. Our programs are sponsored by Endicott International - College of International Studies (CIS) in Madrid. Transcripts are issued by Endicott College, which is accredited by the New England Association of Schools and Colleges (NEASC)
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Students can choose up to two classes and earn up to six credits. Classes are open to all majors and are taught in English.

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Classes available to Voyager Europe and Voyager Spain students

Art in Society (Art 102)
Examines the production of art from the fourteenth through the twentieth centuries. City specific activities include visits to the Prado (Madrid); Reina Sofía (Madrid); Louvre (Paris); Musée D'Orsay (Paris); Visit to Monet Gardens (Paris); Uffizi Gallery (Florence); La Accademia (Florence), and Rijksmuseum (Amsterdam).
International Business (BUS 303)
Introduces the student to the impact of culture and political economy on business decision making. City specific activities include seminars at El Corte Ingles (Retail) (Madrid); Bolsa de Madrid (Stock Exchange); Office of Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD) (Paris); Fragonard (Perfume) (Paris); Salvatore Ferragamo (Fashion) (Florence); Heineken Experience (Amsterdam).
Intercultural Communication (IST 315)
An exploration of the interdisciplinary field of intercultural communication. Emphasis is on increasing communicative competencies in cross-cultural settings. City specific activities include city walking tours in all cities; visit to Santiago Bernabéu Stadium (Real Madrid CF); Tapas tasting (Madrid); River cruise on the Seine (Paris); visit to Camp Nou – (FC Barcelona) and a paella cooking class (Barcelona).
Global Marketing Management (BUS 350)
Focuses on the unique problems associated with managing marketing operations across national borders. City specific activities include seminars at El Corte Ingles (Retail) (Madrid); Bolsa de Madrid (Stock Exchange); Office of Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD) (Paris); Fragonard (Perfume) (Paris); Salvatore Ferragamo (Fashion) (Florence); and Heineken Experience (Amsterdam).

Classes available to Voyager Europe students ONLY

New Europe (POL/IST 215)
An overview of the historical development of the European political and cultural identity from 1947 to the present. City specific activities include seminars at the Office of Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD) (Paris); the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) (Paris); and the European Commission (Brussels); International Criminal Court (The Hague).

Classes available to Voyager Spain students ONLY

Culture of Spain (SP 205)
3 Credits Students are introduced to the general historical and social background upon which the complex reality of present day Spain is built. The course will focus especially on the plurality of cultures—Christian, Jewish, and Muslim—which constituted Medieval Spain and makes Spanish history so unique. City and class specific activities including walking tours in Madrid, Segovia, Malaga, Granada, Cordoba, Seville, Toledo, and Barcelona. Visit to the Santiago Bernabéu Stadium (Real Madrid CF) (Madrid); Visit to Barrio de las Letras (Literary Quarter) (Madrid); Tapas tasting (Madrid); Day Trip to Escorial; Visit to Albayzin Quarter (Granada); Tapas tasting (Granada); Flamenco Show (Seville); Visit to Camp Nou - FC Barcelona (Barcelona); A Spanish cooking class (Paella and Sangria) (Barcelona).
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