London - AIFS
Richmond: The American International University in London

English Composition (C1)
English composition (C2)
  • JRN 5200 Feature Writing
  • JRN 5400 Arts and Entertainment Journalism
Speech (SP)
Mathematics (MA)
Western Civilization (WC)
Non-Western Civilization (NW)
  • PLT 5415 Politics of Sub-Saharan Africa*
  • PLT 5425 Modern China
Fine Arts (FA)
  • ADM 5200 Video Production
  • ADM 5405 Photography:  Theory and Practice
  • ADM 6400 Drawing in London
  • ARH 5200 Museums and Galleries of London
  • ARH 5400 British Art and Architecture
  • ARH 5405 The Renaissance:  New Perspectives*
  • ARH 5450 Art in Context
  • COM 5120 Adaptations:  Literature and Cinema*
  • COM 5125 Gender in Film*
  • COM 6410 International Cinema
  • COM 6415 Mainstream Cinema:  Std In Genre
  • HST 6205 Pictures of Power:  History, Image and Propaganda*
  • PSY 5415 Psychology and Cinema*
  • THR 5100 World Theater
  • THR 6200 Fire Over England*
Human Values - Literature (HL)
  • COM 5120 Adaptations:  Literature and Cinema*
  • LIT 2100 Travel Writing
  • Lit 5400 Contemporary London Literature
  • LIT 5405 British Fantasy Writing
  • THR 6200 Fire Over England*
Human Values - Philosophical (HP)
  • INR 6405 International Human Rights*
  • JRN 6205 Media Ethics
Cultural Diversity (CD)
    • COM 5115 Sociology of Culture and Sub Culture
    • COM 5125 Gender in Film*
    Social Forces (SF)
    • ARH 5405 The Renaissance:  New Perspectives*
    • ECN 5105 Economic Problems of Developing Countries
    • HST 5100 Cultures of Imperial Power
    • HST 5105 Rise of the Right:  History of Fascism
    • HST 5110 Nationalism and Conflict
    • HST 5400 History of London
    • HST 5405 U.S. and U.K. Comparative History
    • HST 6205 Pictures of Power:  History, Image and Propaganda*
    • HST 6400 Island to Empire:  British History Since 1800
    • INB 6200 Country Risk Analysis
    • INR 5100 Critical Globalization Studies
    • INR 5400 U.S. Grand Strategy
    • INR 6405 International Human Rights*
    • INR 6410 Diplomatic Studies
    • INR 6415 Foreign Policy Analysis
    • MGT 5400 Organizational Behavior
    • MKT 5205 Consumer Behavior
    • PLT 5205 British Politics:  Inside Parliament
    • PLT 5405 The EU in New International System
    • PLT 5415 Politics of Sub-Saharan Africa*
    • PLT 6205 Policy-Making in a Globalized World
    • PSY 5200 Theories of Personality
    • PSY 5405 Psychopathology
    • PSY 5415 Psychology and Cinema*
    • PSY 6210 Cognitive Science
    • SCL 5400 Modern Britain:  A Social Analysis
    • THR 6200 Fire Over England*
    Fundamental Concepts in Sciences (FS)
    Science & Technology in the Contemporary World (TS)
    NO General Education Credit
    • ENG 5195 Creative Writing Towards a Collection-No C2 credit
    • LIT 2100 Travel Writing-No C2 Credit
    • LIT/THR 5405 & 5410 Shakespeare and His World I and II-No HL Credit
    *  May only be used to satisfy one general education category requirement

    If a course that you are interested in taking is not listed above, please provide a detailed course description and syllabus (if available) to Dr. Kelly McConnaughay for general education credit evaluation. You may e-mail the information to Dr. McConnaughay at kdm@bradley.edu or bring it to Bradley Hall 226.

    Please note that approved general education credit courses may not be offered by programs of study every semester.