You will take 3-6 classes per semester for a total of 14.5 credits in the fall and 17.5 credits in the spring. You are required to participate in the pre-session course, AMX315/AMX316 British Politics and Culture since 1945.
Swansea University courses available to study abroad students are available through the online Module Catalog which has a list of all of the departments at Swansea.
|Delivery Period||Normal Year Taken|
|TB1 = Fall Semester||Level 1 = a Sophomore level course|
|TB2 = Spring Semester||Level 2 = a Junior level course|
|TB1 + TB2 = Academic Year||Level 3 = Honors Level = a Senior/Graduate level course|
All Arcadia students are required to participate in the pre-session courseAMX315/AMX316 British Politics and Culture since 1945. This class is designed exclusively for study abroad students and aims to give an introduction to major themes, events, and personalities which have shaped social, cultural and political development in the United Kingdom since the end of World War II. Relevant co-curricular trips are included.
AMX315/316 is worth 10 Swansea credits (2.5 semester hour credits). Fall students will earn 2.5 semester hours of credit for the pre-session plus 12 semester hours during the fall term for a total of 14.5 semester hours of credit. Spring students will earn 2.5 semester hours of credit for the pre-session plus 15 semester hours during the spring semester for a total of 17.5 semester hours of credit.
Admittance into Level 3/Honors-level classes is selective and at the discretion of Swansea's departmental tutors upon review of students’ official transcripts.
To qualify, you must have:
Most departments will limit a qualified student to no more than one or two Level 3 courses per semester.
Level M courses are not open to study abroad students.
You will need to submit a course registration form using your Arcadia Passport. List all course choices and alternates in order of preference. Your first choices may not be available due to timetabling, prerequisite, or availability issues.
This form is used only to determine your eligibility for admission and for the pre-registration process at Swansea.
You are responsible for: