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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 code Course title Franklin Fall SPIA Spring Franklin Spring Franklin June Terry Summer Grady Summer Franklin 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        
ARAB 2004 Intermediate Standard Arabic II Y Y Y        
ARAB 3006 Advanced Standard Arabic II Y Y Y        
BCMB 3100 Introductory Biochemistry and Molecular Biology Y   Y        
CBIO 3400 Cell Biology Y   Y        
CHNS 2002 Intermediate Chinese II Y Y Y        
CHNS 3010 Advanced Chinese I Y Y Y        
CLAS 1010 Roman Culture Y   Y        
CLAS 4300 Selected Topics in Ancient Civilization Y   Y        
CSCI 3030 Computing, Ethics and Society Y   Y        
CSCI 4050 Software Engineering Y   Y        
ECON 2100 Economics of Environmental Quality Y  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 Y        
ECON 4020 Intermediate Macroeconomics Y Y Y        
ECON 4150 Environmental Economics Y   Y        
ECON 4040 The International Business Environment Y Y Y        
ECON 4360 Game Theory Y Y Y        
ECON 5900 Senior Thesis 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 Y
ENGL 3100 Introduction to British Culture I       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 Y        
FREN 2002 Intermediate French Y Y Y        
FREN 3030 Introduction to French Literature Y Y Y        
FREN 4050 French Literature and Culture to 1700 Y 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 3100 Introduction to British Culture I       Y      
HIST 3312 Roman History       Y Y Y        
HIST 3322 Wenches, Witches, Damsels, Nuns: Women in Medieval Europe Y Y Y        
HIST 3340 The Age of Renaissance and Reformation Y Y Y   Y Y Y
HIST 3371 Tudor-Stuart History Y Y Y Y      
HIST 3564 The Middle East Since 1914 Y Y Y        
HIST 4300 Literature and Politics in Early Modern England Y Y Y        
HIST 4300 Ireland in the Middle Ages Y Y Y        
HIST 4330 Institutions of the Medieval West: Knighthood, Chivalry, & Faith Y Y Y   Y Y Y
HIST 4373 19th Century European Intellectual History Y Y Y        
HIST 4382 Britain from the Age of Revolution to Victoria (1780-1900) Y Y Y        
INTL 4210 International Law Y Y Y        
INTL 4220 International Conflict Y 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 4410 Terrorism Y   Y        
INTL 4620 Human Rights Y 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 Y        
ITAL 2001 Intermediate Italian Y Y Y        
ITAL 2002 Intermediate Italian Y Y Y        
JPNS 2002 Intermediate Japanese II Y Y Y        
JPNS 3010 Advanced Japanese I Y Y Y        
LING 2100 The Study of Language Y   Y        
LING 3080 Anthropology 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 4510 Deductive Systems 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 4325 British Politics 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 3990 Research Analysis Y   Y        
PSYC 4100 Cognitive Psychology Y   Y        
PSYC 4120 Sensation and Perception Y   Y        
PSYC 4130 Physiological and Comparative Psychology Y   Y        
PSYC 4200 Social 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 Y        
SPAN 2002 Intermediate Spanish Y Y Y        
SPAN 3010 Spanish Conversation and Composition Y Y Y        
SPAN 3020 Advanced Conversation and Composition Y Y Y        
SPAN 3030 Introduction to Literature Y Y Y        
SPAN 4120 Topics in Spanish Culture, Language, and Literature Y Y Y        
STAT 4210 Statistical Methods Y   Y        
STAT 4360 Statistical Software Programming Y   Y        
VPHY 3100 Elements of Physiology Y   Y        

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