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Fall programs

Franklin Fall Program:
  • Sponsored by Franklin College, but open to all majors; a wide array of classes available; see all courses
  • A 3-month program, mid-September to mid-December; for the specific dates, click here
  • Usually worth 12 credit hours, depending on the classes selected
  • Students take two intensive seminars and two Oxford tutorials
  • For full program information, click here

Spring programs

  • Designed for SPIA students, but open to all majors, with a wide array of classes available; for the course list, click here
  • A 3-month program, from early January to late March; for the specific dates, click here
  • Usually worth 12 credit hours, depending on the classes selected
  • Students take two compulsory intensive seminars and two Oxford tutorials, selected from a range of SPIA related subjects
  • For full program information, click here
  • Sponsored by Franklin College, but open to all majors, with a wide array of classes available; for the course list, click here
  • A 3-month program, mid-March to mid-June; for the specific dates, click here
  • Usually worth 12 credit hours, depending on the classes selected
  • Students take two intensive seminars and two Oxford tutorials
  • For full program information, click here
  • Open only to students of UGA Law and OSU Law schools, in their second or third year
  • A 15-week program, mid-January to late April; for the specific dates, click here
  • Usually worth 12 or 13 credit hours, depending on the classes selected
  • Students take two intensive seminars, two Oxford tutorials, and a "substantial writing" research project
  • For full program information, click here

Junemester programs

Franklin Junemester Program:
  • Designed for Franklin students, but open to all majors; courses focus on English literature and history
  • An intensive program, with coursework in ELC and travel to Oxford for seminars and field trips
  • Students take two seminars, worth 6 credit hours
  • Students live in the UGA at Oxford Centre
  • For full program information, click here

Summer programs

  • Designed for Franklin students, but open to all majors, with a wide array of classes available; for the course list, click here
  • A 6-week program, in July and August; for the specific dates, click here
  • Usually worth 6 credit hours, depending on the classes selected
  • Students take two Oxford tutorials
  • Students live and dine in Trinity College, Oxford
  • For full program information, click here
  • Open to UGA Pre-Business and Terry students only; for the course list, click here
  • A 6-week program, in July and August; for the specific dates, click here
  • Usually worth 6 credit hours, depending on the classes selected
  • Students take one compulsory Terry seminar and one Oxford tutorial
  • Students reside in the UGA at Oxford Centre while having access to dining and all facilities in Trinity College, Oxford
  • For full program information, click here
  • Designed for Grady students, but open to all majors; for the course list, click here
  • A 6-week program, in July and August; for the specific dates, click here
  • Usually worth 6 credit hours, depending on the classes selected
  • Students take either one Grady seminar and one Oxford tutorial, or two Oxford tutorials
  • Students live and dine in Trinity College, Oxford
  • For full program information, click here

Programs by college

Franklin College of Arts and Sciences

Franklin
Fall
Program
  • Sponsored by Franklin College, but open to all majors; wide array of classes available; for all courses, click here
  • A 3-month program, mid-September to mid-December; for the specific dates, click here
  • Usually worth 12 credit hours, depending on the classes selected
  • Students take two intensive seminars and two Oxford tutorials
  • For full program information, click here
Franklin
Spring
Program
  • Sponsored by Franklin College, but open to all majors; wide array of classes available; for all courses, click here
  • A 3-month program, mid-March to mid-June; for the specific dates, click here
  • Usually worth 12 credit hours, depending on the classes selected
  • Students take two intensive seminars and two Oxford tutorials
  • For full program information, click here
Franklin
June-
mester
  • Designed for Franklin students, but open to all majors; courses are focused on English literature and history
  • A short, intensive program, with coursework begun through ELC, then seminars and field trips in Oxford
  • Students take two seminars, worth 6 credit hours
  • Students live in the UGA at Oxford Centre
  • For full program information, click here
Franklin
Summer
Program
  • Designed for Franklin students, but open to all majors; for the course list, click here
  • A 6-week program, in July and August; for the specific dates, click here
  • Students take two Oxford tutorials, usually worth 6 credit hours
  • Students live and dine in Trinity College, Oxford
  • For full program information, click here
Franklin Fall Program
  • Sponsored by Franklin College, but open to all majors; wide array of classes available; for all courses, click here
  • A 3-month program, mid-September to mid-December; for the specific dates, click here
  • Usually worth 12 credit hours, depending on the classes selected
  • Students take two intensive seminars and two Oxford tutorials
  • For full program information, click here
Franklin Spring Program
  • Sponsored by Franklin College, but open to all majors; wide array of classes available; for all courses, click here
  • A 3-month program, mid-March to mid-June; for the specific dates, click here
  • Usually worth 12 credit hours, depending on the classes selected
  • Students take two intensive seminars and two Oxford tutorials
  • For full program information, click here
Franklin Junemester Program
  • Designed for Franklin students, but open to all majors; courses are focused on English literature and history
  • A short, intensive program, with coursework begun through ELC, then seminars and field trips in Oxford
  • Students take two seminars, worth 6 credit hours
  • Students live in the UGA at Oxford Centre
  • For full program information, click here
Franklin Summer Program
  • Designed for Franklin students, but open to all majors; for the course list, click here
  • A 6-week program, in July and August; for the specific dates, click here
  • Students take two Oxford tutorials, usually worth 6 credit hours
  • Students live and dine in Trinity College, Oxford
  • For full program information, click here

School of Public and International Affairs

SPIA
Spring
Program
  • Designed for SPIA students, but open to all majors; wide array of classes available; for the course list, click here
  • A 3-month program, from early January to late March; for the specific dates, click here
  • Usually worth 12 credit hours, depending on the classes selected
  • Students take one compulsory intensive seminar and three Oxford tutorials from a range of SPIA related subjects
  • For full program information, click here
SPIA Spring Program
  • Designed for SPIA students, but open to all majors; wide array of classes available; for the course list, click here
  • A 3-month program, from early January to late March; for the specific dates, click here
  • Usually worth 12 credit hours, depending on the classes selected
  • Students take one compulsory intensive seminar and three Oxford tutorials from a range of SPIA related subjects
  • For full program information, click here

Terry College of Business

Terry
Summer
Program
  • Open to UGA Pre-Business and Terry students only; for the course list, click here
  • A 6-week program, in July and August; for the specific dates, click here
  • Students take one compulsory Terry seminar and one Oxford tutorial, worth 6 credit hours
  • Students reside in the UGA at Oxford Centre, with access to dining and facilities in Trinity College, Oxford
  • For full program information, click here
Terry Summer Program
  • Open to UGA Pre-Business and Terry students only; for the course list, click here
  • A 6-week program, in July and August; for the specific dates, click here
  • Students take one compulsory Terry seminar and one Oxford tutorial, worth 6 credit hours
  • Students reside in the UGA at Oxford Centre, with access to dining and facilities in Trinity College, Oxford
  • For full program information, click here

Grady College of Journalism and Mass Communication

Grady
Summer
Program
  • Designed for Grady students, but open to all majors; for the course list, click here
  • A 6-week program, in July and August; for the specific dates, click here
  • Students take either one Grady seminar and one Oxford tutorial, or two Oxford tutorials, worth 6 credit hours
  • Students live and dine in Trinity College, Oxford
  • For full program information, click here
Grady Summer Program
  • Designed for Grady students, but open to all majors; for the course list, click here
  • A 6-week program, in July and August; for the specific dates, click here
  • Students take either one Grady seminar and one Oxford tutorial, or two Oxford tutorials, worth 6 credit hours
  • Students live and dine in Trinity College, Oxford
  • For full program information, click here

Course list

Course codeCourse titleFranklin FallSPIA SpringFranklin SpringFranklin JuneTerry SummerGrady SummerFranklin Summer
ANTH 1102 Introduction to Anthropology Y   Y        
ANTH 3090 Evolution of the Human Ecosystem Y   Y        
ANTH 3100 Peoples of the World Y   Y        
ANTH 3290 Celtic and Pre-Celtic Prehistory Y   Y        
BCMB 3100 Introductory Biochemistry and Molecular Biology Y   Y        
BIOL 3400 Cell Biology Y   Y        
CBIO 3400 Cell Biology Y   Y        
CHNS 3010 Advanced Chinese I Y   Y        
CLAS 1010 Roman Culture Y   Y        
CLAS 4300 Selected Topics in Ancient Civilization Y   Y        
ECON 2100 Economics of Environmental Quality Y   Y   Y Y Y
ECON 2105 Principles of Macroeconomics Y   Y        
ECON 2106 Principles of Microeconomics Y   Y        
ECON 4010 Intermediate Microeconomics Y   Y        
ECON 4020 Intermediate Macroeconomics Y   Y        
ECON 4150 Environmental Economics Y   Y   Y Y Y
ECON 4040 The International Business Environment Y   Y        
ECON 4360 Game Theory Y   Y        
ENGL 2310 English Literature Beginnings to 1700 Y   Y Y Y Y Y
ENGL 2320 English Literature 1700 to the Present Y   Y Y Y Y Y
ENGL 3100 Introduction to British Culture I Y   Y Y      
ENGL 4240 Chaucer Y   Y        
ENGL 4290 Topics in Medieval Literature Y   Y   Y Y Y
ENGL 4270 Medieval Romance Y   Y        
ENGL 4320 Shakespeare I: Selected Works Y   Y        
ENGL 4330 Shakespeare II: Special Topics Y   Y Y Y Y Y
ENGL 4390 Topics in Renaissance Literature Y   Y        
ENGL 4430 18th Century British Novel Y   Y        
ENGL 4500 Romantic Literature Y   Y   Y Y Y
ENGL 4505 Single Author Study: Jane Austen Y   Y Y      
ENGL 4520 19th Century British Novel Y   Y        
ENGL 4650 Modern Drama Y   Y        
ENGL 4680 Modern Irish Literature Y   Y        
ENGL 4690 20th Century British Literature: Virginia Woolf Y   Y   Y Y Y
ENGL 4690 20th Century British Literature: W.B. Yeats Y   Y        
ENGL 4690 20th Century British Literature: Modernist Literature and Politics Y Y Y        
ENGL 4820 Literary Theory Y   Y        
ENGL 4890 Criticism and Culture: Postcolonial Literature and Theory Y   Y        
FANR 1100 Natural Resources Conservation Y   Y        
FANR 2200 International Issues in Natural Resources and Conservation Y   Y        
FINA 4810 International Finance Y   Y        
FREN 2001 Intermediate French Y   Y        
FREN 2002 Intermediate French Y   Y        
FREN 3030 Introduction to French Literature Y   Y        
FREN 4050 French Literature and Culture to 1700 Y   Y        
GENE 3200 Genetics Y   Y        
GENE 4200 Advanced Genetics Y   Y        
GREK 4040 Herodotus and Thucydides Y   Y        
GRMN 2002 Intermediate German II Y   Y        
GRMN 3010 Language: Culture and Society I Y   Y        
HIST 2301 Western Society to 1500 Y   Y   Y Y Y
HIST 2302 Western Society Since 1500 Y   Y Y Y Y Y
HIST 3100 Introduction to British Culture I Y   Y Y      
HIST 3312 Roman History       Y   Y        
HIST 3322 Wenches, Witches, Damsels, Nuns: Women in Medieval Europe Y   Y        
HIST 3340 The Age of Renaissance and Reformation Y   Y   Y Y Y
HIST 3371 Tudor-Stuart History Y   Y Y      
HIST 3564 The Middle East Since 1914 Y   Y        
HIST 4300 Literature, Politics and Historiography in Early Modern England Y Y Y        
HIST 4300 Ireland in the Middle Ages Y   Y        
HIST 4330 Institutions of the Medieval West: Knighthood, Chivalry, & Faith Y   Y   Y Y Y
HIST 4373 19th Century European Intellectual History Y   Y        
HIST 4382 Britain from the Age of Revolution to Victoria (1780-1900) Y   Y        
INTL 4210 International Law Y Y Y        
INTL 4220 International Conflict Y   Y   Y Y Y
INTL 4240 International Organization Y Y Y        
INTL 4300 Comparative Political Institutions Y   Y        
INTL 4330 Post-Industrialized Democracies Y Y Y        
INTL 4620 Human Rights Y   Y        
INTL 4770 Special Topics in International Relations Y   Y   Y Y Y
INTL 4780 Special Topics in Comparative Politics: English Common Law Y   Y        
ITAL 2001 Intermediate Italian Y   Y        
ITAL 2002 Intermediate Italian Y   Y        
ITAL 4010 Advanced Conversation/Composition Y   Y        
ITAL 4070 Italian Literature and Culture from 1700 to the Present Y   Y        
JPNS 2002 Intermediate Japanese II Y   Y        
JPNS 3010 Advanced Japanese I Y   Y        
LING 2100 The Study of Language Y   Y        
LATN 2001 Intermediate Latin I Y   Y        
LATN 3010 Virgil's Aeneid Y   Y        
LATN 4030 Roman Historians Y   Y        
LATN 4300 Cicero and the Roman Republic Y   Y        
MIBO 3500 Introductory Microbiology Y   Y        
PHIL 2030 Introduction to Ethics Y   Y        
PHIL 3000 Classics of Ancient Western Philosophy Y   Y        
PHIL 3010 Classics of Modern Western Philosophy Y   Y        
PHIL 3030 Existentialism Y   Y        
PHIL 3220 Biomedical Ethics Y   Y   Y Y Y
PHIL 4040 British Empiricism Y   Y        
PHIL 4210 Social & Political Philosophy Y   Y        
PHIL 4300 Philosophy of Language Y   Y        
PHIL 4310 Philosophy of Mind Y   Y        
PHIL 4520 Model Theory Y   Y        
POLS 4010 Political Philosophy to Machiavelli Y Y Y        
POLS 4020 Political Philosophy: Hobbes to Nietzsche Y Y Y        
POLS 4030 Contemporary Political Thought Y Y Y        
POLS 4060 Problems in Democratic Theory Y Y Y        
POLS 4550 Government and the Mass Media Y Y Y        
POLS 4780 Topics in Law and Judicial Process: The English Legal System Y Y Y        
PSYC 1101 Elementary Psychology Y   Y        
PSYC 3230 Abnormal Psychology Y   Y   Y Y Y
PSYC 4100 Cognitive Psychology Y   Y        
PSYC 4120 Sensation and Perception Y   Y        
PSYC 4130 Physiological and Comparative Psychology Y   Y        
PSYC 4220 Developmental Psychology Y   Y        
RELI 4001 Old Testament/Hebrew Bible Literature Y   Y   Y Y Y
RELI 4003 Ancient Israelite Religion Y   Y        
RELI 4040 Apocalyptic Literature Y   Y        
RELI 4080 New Testament Literature Y   Y        
RELI 4101 History of Christian Theology (Ancient and Medieval) Y   Y        
RUSS 2001 Intermediate Russian I Y   Y        
RUSS 3001 Russian Conversation & Composition I Y   Y        
RUSS 3002 Russian Conversation & Composition II Y   Y        
SOCI 3810 Criminology Y   Y        
SPAN 2001 Intermediate Spanish Y   Y        
SPAN 2002 Intermediate Spanish Y   Y        
SPAN 3010 Spanish Conversation and Composition Y   Y        
SPAN 3020 Advanced Conversation and Composition Y   Y        
SPAN 3030 Introduction to Literature Y   Y        
SPAN 4120 Topics in Spanish Culture, Language, and Literature Y   Y        
VPHY 3100 Elements of Physiology Y   Y        

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