Prague - Charles University (AIFS)

English Composition (C1)
English composition (C2)
Speech (SP)
Mathematics (MA)
Western Civilization (WC)
  • HISTORY 303: "Mitteleuropa":  Germany and East Central Europe in the 19th and 20th Century
Non-Western Civilization (NW)
  • HISTORY 310:  Ancient Egyptian Religion, Literature and Science
Fine Arts (FA)
  • ART 301: Czech Art and Architecture
  • ART 322: Art Photography and Genius Loci
  • FILM 310: Central European Film:  Search for Identity
  • SOCIOLOGY 345: Contemporary Czech Art, Culture and Literature:  Urban Semiotics*
Human Values - Literature (HL)
  • LITERATURE 312: American and Czech Literature from European Perspectives
  • LITERATURE 339: Romanticism and National Identity in Central Europe
  • LITERATURE 341: Great European Writers:  The Life and Work of Karel Capek
  • LITERATURE 353: City Palimpsests:  Prague, London, St. Petersburg in Modern Fiction
Human Values - Philosophical (HP)
  • PSYCHOLOGY 349: Introduction to Philosophy of Psychiatry*
Cultural Diversity (CD)
  • HISTORY 302: Jewish History in Central and Eastern Europe
Social Forces (SF)
  • CUTLTURE 309: Czech Cultural Studies:  Official and Unofficial Czech Cultures in the 2nd Half of the 20th Century
  • FILM 360: Hollywood and Europe
  • ECONOMICS 303: Recent Economic Development
  • ECONOMICS 305: Global Crisis
  • HISTORY 306: Habsburg Empire
  • HISTORY 311:  Prague:  Story of a Central European City
  • HISTORY 318: Czech and Central European History
  • POLITICS 315: Comparative Politics:  Transformation of Czechoslovakia and Czech Republic
  • POLITICS 337: Czechoslovakian Dissent Under Communist Rule
  • PSYCHOLOGY 321: Language, Culture and Social Cognition
  • PSYCHOLOGY 349: Introduction to Philosophy of Psychiatry*
  • PSYCHOLOGY 355: Selected Topics in Social Psychology:  Soft Skills
  • SOCIOLOGY 345: Contemporary Czech Art, Culture and Literature:  Urban Semiotics*
  • SOCIOLOGY 351: Global Education Issues
  • SOCIOLOGY 353: Landscape Sociology:  Understanding of Czech and European Landscapes
  • SOCIOLOGY 354: Czech Republic:  Two Decades of Social Change
Fundamental Concepts in Sciences (FS)
Science & Technology in the Contemporary World (TS)
NO General Education 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 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.