2017-2018 Semester Program: Centro Universitario EUSA

 

PROGRAM PRICE DATES
Fall III 2017 click here for price click here for dates
Spring III 2018 click here for price click here for dates

Language Eligibility:
open to all levels of Spanish.

-Electives taught in English are open to all language levels.

-In order to take electives taught in Spanish, you must have completed at least 4 semesters or 6 quarters of college level Spanish.

For additional eligibility requirements such as minimum GPA, click here.

Total contact hours: 180-225 per semester. 15 contact hours = 1 semester credit; 10 contact hours = 1 quarter unit.

Possible U.S. Credits: 12-15 semester credits per semester. Normal course load is 4-5 classes per semester.

Final transcript is issued by Centro Universitario EUSA (Escuela Universitaria Superior de Andalucía).  Classes may be taken with other American and International students, as well as Spanish students.

Centro Universitario EUSA – Semester Course Offerings

 

-COURSE OFFERINGS ARE SUBJECT TO CHANGE.

-Please note that some classes are taught in English and some in Spanish. 

A placement exam may be required to enroll in classes taught in Spanish.

All students MUST get a total of 8 classes approved by their academic advisor, in case of changes in course availability or schedule conflicts. That way, if a class is full or cancelled, or if 2 of the classes you want to take meet at the same time, you’ll already have back-up classes that you know your school will accept. When you pre-register for classes (this happens after you’re accepted), you will have to list a total of 8 possible classes on your registration form, in order of preference. EUSA will not process your registration unless you list a total of 8 courses.

Centro Universitario EUSA offers degrees in: Audiovisual Communication, Journalism, Advertising & Public Relations, and Tourism.  Available courses fall into these subject areas.

 

Classes in English – Fall semester

Classes are typically worth 6 ECTS/3 U.S. credits each. Please check the syllabus for the number of credits.  Classes marked Year 3 or 4 are 300- and 400-level classes and are recommended for majors in that subject area, while classes marked Year 1 or 2 generally do not have pre-requisites.

Business and Tourism Organizations (Year 1)
NEW! Introduction to Applied Economics (Year 1)
NEW! Economics I (Year 1)
NEW! Marketing (Year 1)
NEW! Sociology and Social Structure (Year 1)
NEW! Business and Tourism Organizations (Year 1)
NEW! International Relations (Year 1)
Advertising Creativity (Year 2)
Advertising Strategy (Year 2)
NEW! Audiovisual Scripting (Year 2)
Introduction to Filmmaking (Year 2)
Journalism Documentation (Year 2)
Operations Management in Tourism Organizations I (Year 2)
Statistics (Year 2)
NEW! Audiovisual Narrative (Year 3)
NEW! PR Departments (Year 3)
NEW! Organization and Management of Journalism Businesses (Year 3)
NEW! Design of News Programs (Year 3)
NEW! PR Programming and Techniques (Year 3)
Filmmaking II: Lighting and Multicamera (Year 3) (Course title has changed to “Filmmaking II: Lighting and Multicamera.” Course content remains the same as shown at link.)
Creative Writing (Year 3)
Human Resources Management in the Tourism Sector (Year 3)
Market Research for Tourism (Year 3)
Multimedia (Year 3)
Planning and Management of Advertising Media (Year 3)
Theory and Technology of Advertising Photography (Year 3)
NEW! Multimedia Designs and Applications (Year 4)
NEW! Art and Cultural Tourism (Year 4)
NEW! Advertising and Documentary Direction and Production (Year 4)
NEW! Online News (Year 4)
Art and Cultural Tourism (Year 4)
Audiovisual Cultural Industries (Year 4)
Consumption Theory (Year 4)
Cyberculture (Year 4)
Image and Corporated Communication (Year 4)

Classes in English – Spring semester

Classes are typically worth 6 ECTS/3 U.S. credits each. Please check the syllabus for the number of credits.  Classes marked Year 3 or 4 are 300- and 400-level classes and are recommended for majors in that subject area, while classes marked Year 1 or 2 generally do not have pre-requisites. 

Tourism Marketing (Year 1)
NEW! Social Psychology of Audiovisual Communication (Year 1)
NEW! Economics II (Year 1)
Audiovisual Theory and Techniques Applied to Journalism (Year 2)
NEW! Production and Audiovisual Business I (Year 2)
NEW! Art Direction (Year 2) (Course title has changed to “Art Direction.” Course content remains the same as shown at link.)
NEW! Filmmaking I (Year 2)
NEW! Market Structure (Year 2)
Management and Organization of Tourism Businesses (Year 2)
Sociology and Communication (Year 2)
Territory, Tourism and Sustainable Development (Year 2)
NEW! Design of News Programs (Year 3)
NEW! Communication Departments (Year 3)
NEW! Management of Tourism Operations II (Year 3)
NEW! Management of Advertising Companies (Year 3) (Course title has changed to “Managing of Advertising Companies.” Course content remains the same as shown at link.)
Advertising, Culture and Content Development (Year 3)
Audiovisual Communication and Interculturality (Year 3) (Course title has changed to “Research Methodologies in Communication.” Course content remains the same as shown at link.)
Creative Writing (Year 3)
Strategic Management of Tourism Organizations (Year 3)
NEW! Communication for Social Development (Year 4)
NEW! Communication in Retail Areas (Year 4) (Course title has changed to “Communication in Retail Areas.” Course content remains the same as shown at link.)
Advertising and PR for Tourism (Year 4)
Photographic Theory, Technique, and Genres (Year 4) (Course title has changed to “Theory and Technique of Photography.” Course content remains the same as shown at link.)
Setting Up a Tourism Business (Year 4)

Classes in Spanish – Fall semester

Classes are typically worth 6 ECTS/3 U.S. credits each. Please check the syllabus for the number of credits. 

Year 1 Classes in Spanish (Equivalent to 100 Level – Lower Division)

PR Theory and Structure
Advertising Theory and Structure
Theory of Advertising and Public Relations
Image Theory
Literary Trends in Contemporary Culture
International Relations
Spanish Language and Advertising: Language and Communication Skills
Introduction to Finance
Introduction to Sociology
Introduction to Applied Economics
Social History of Communication
History of Contemporary Culture
Basics of Accounting
Tourism in Today’s World
Economics I
Economics Applied to Advertising
Communication Skills in Spanish

Year 2 Classes in Spanish (Equivalent to 200 Level – Lower Division)

Journalism Theory
Digital Technologies Applied to Advertising
Audiovisual Media Technology II
Technology of Graphic Journalism (Course title has changed to “Photojournalism.” Course content remains the same as shown at link.)
Audiovisual Media Technology
Contemporary Aesthetic Movements
Quantitative Social Research Methods and Techniques
Spanish Language: Language Skills and Communication Competencies
Introduction to Tourism Law
Introduction to Filmmaking
Universal History of Journalism
Audiovisual Scripting
Advertising Strategy
Statistics
Journalism Documentation
Operations Management in Tourism Organizations I
Information Law
Advertising Creativity
Accounting for Management in the Tourism Sector

Year 3 Classes in Spanish (Equivalent to 300 Level – Upper Division. Recommended for majors in these areas.)

Theory and Technology of Advertising Photography
Image Theory
Information and Communication Technologies
News Reporting Press
Filmmaking II
PR Programming and Techniques
Production and Audiovisual Business II
Public Policy in the Tourism Sector
Planning and Management of Advertising Media
Political and Economic Journalism
Cultural Journalism
Organization and Management of Journalism Businesses
Public Opinion
Audiovisual Narrative
Multimedia
Market Research for Tourism
Spanish Film History
Human Resources Management in the Tourism Sector
PR Departments
Creative Writing
Digital Audio Editing and Post-Production
Artistic Context of Advertising
Analysis of Advertising Discourse

Year 4 Classes in Spanish (Equivalent to 400 Level – Upper Division. Recommended for majors in these areas.)

Theory and History of Advertising Design
Consumption Theory
Online News
Advertising and Documentary Direction and Production
Travel Journalism
Music and Mass Culture
Applied Computing for Tourism
Audiovisual Cultural Industries
Total Quality Management for Tourism
Discourse Strategies of Verbal Communication in Advertising
Multimedia Design and Applications
Employment Law and Industrial Relations in Tourism Businesses
Ethics and Social Responsibility in Advertising
Political Communication
Comic Strips and Cartoons
Peripheral Film Industries
Cyberculture
Art and Cultural Tourism
Analysis of Journalistic Discourse
Image and Corporated Communication
Advertising in the Social and Economic Sector

Classes in Spanish – Spring semester

Classes are typically worth 6 ECTS/3 U.S. credits each. Please check the syllabus for the number of credits. 

Year 1 Classes in Spanish (Equivalent to 100 Level – Lower Division)

Types of Tourism Spaces
Advertising Theory and Structure
Communication and Information Theory
Audiovisual Media Technology I
Technology and Design of Written Information
Sociology and Social Structure
Social Psychology of Advertising and PR
Social Psychology of Audiovisual Communication
Historical and Artistic Cultural Heritage
Ethnological Cultural Heritage
Tourism Marketing
Marketing
History of Political and Social Thinking
History of Advertising and PR
History of Social Communication (Course title has changed to “Social History of Communication.” Course content remains the same as shown at link.)
Information Structure
Economics II
Audiovisual Law

Year 2 Classes in Spanish (Equivalent to 200 Level – Lower Division)

Territory, Tourism, and Sustainable Development
Audiovisual Theory and Techniques Applied to Journalism
Theory and History of Propaganda
Technology of Audiovisual Media
Sociology and Communication
Copywriting
Filmmaking I
Production and Audiovisual Business I
Journalism Production
Specialist Journalism
Advertising Research
History of Audiovisual Communication: from Analog to Digital (Course title has changed to “History of the Cinema.” Course content remains the same as shown at link.)
Journalism Genres and Styles
Market Structure
Economics of Audiovisual Media
Management and Organization of Tourism Businesses
Art Direction and Design
Advertising Law
Private Law for Tourism Businesses
Geographical Analysis of Tourism and Andalusia

Year 3 Classes in Spanish (Equivalent to 300 Level – Upper Division. Recommended for majors in these areas.)

Theory, Production, and Direction of Radio Genres
Journalistic Research Techniques (Course title has changed to “Research Techniques in Journalism.” Course content remains the same as shown at link.)
News Reporting Discourse – Radio and Television
TV and Radio Programming and Management
Basic Processes of Audiovisual Mise en Scene, Directing and Acting
Sports Journalism
Crime and Court Reporting
New Audiovisual Media Technologies (Course title has changed to “Technologies of New Audiovisual Media.” Course content remains the same as shown at link.)
History of Spanish Journalism
History of Communication
Management of Communication Businesses (Course title has changed to “Management of Advertising Companies.” Course content remains the same as shown at link.)
Communication Departments
Creative Writing
Digital Advertising Design
Strategic Management of Tourism Organizations
Management of Tourism Operations II
Administrative Law in the Tourism Sector
Audiovisual Communication and Interculturality (Course title has changed to “Research Methodologies in Communication.” Course content remains the same as shown at link.)
Advertising, Culture, and Content Development
Design of News Programs

Year 4 Classes in Spanish (Equivalent to 400 Level – Upper Division. Recommended for majors in these areas.)

Photographic Theory, Technique, and Genres (Course title has changed to “Theory and Technique of Photography.” Course content remains the same as shown at link.)
Audiovisual and Multimedia Theory and Criticism
Literary Trends in Contemporary Culture
Advertising and PR for Tourism
Advertising Production and Direction in Audiovisual Media (Course title has changed to “Advertising Production.” Course content remains the same as shown at link.)
Production of Multimedia Content (Course title has changed to “Internet, Social Networks, and the Media.” Course content remains the same as shown at link.)
Online Innovation in Journalism
Advertising Management in Retail Areas (Course title has changed to “Communication in Retail Areas.” Course content remains the same as shown at link.)
New Audiovisual Media Technologies
Communication Structure and Policy (Course title has changed to “Structure and Power of Communication.” Course content remains the same as shown at link.)
Account Management
Setting Up a Tourism Business
Communication for Social Development
Codes and Values for Journalism Professionals
Ceremony and Protocol
Anthropology of Tourism and Management of Ethnological Cultural Heritage
Sociology of Tourism