N.U.in

The N.U.in Program is a unique first-year experience for a select group of undergraduate applicants. You’ll have the opportunity to spend your fall semester studying abroad at one of our five international partner locations. Prepare for the personal and intellectual adventure of college by exploring a new place, immersing yourself in a different culture, broadening your perspective, and sharpening your mind. After the fall semester, you’ll transition to the Boston campus in January to continue your studies at Northeastern with fresh eyes and a wealth of new experiences. CAMD students study abroad with other first-year students and earn a full semester of academic credit.

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N.U.in Locations compatible with CAMD 2019

Course Suggestions for CAMD Students at N.U.in Locations

N.U.in students have many options for courses at their N.U.in location, including elective and NUpath courses. IN ADDITION, BELOW ARE SUGGESTED MAJOR-SPECIFIC COURSES AND THEIR NORTHEASTERN EQUIVALENTS BASED ON AREAS OF INTEREST IN CAMD. Please note, courses marked with an asterisk (*) are pending evaluation and Northeastern equivalencies listed may change.

Major Course Abroad Northeastern Equivalent
Architecture Majors Ancient Rome and Its Monuments ARCH 1370: Architectural History Elective
  Cities, Towns & Villas: Rome, Ostia, Pompei ARCH 1370: Architectural History Elective
  Politics and Power in Roman Architecture – Augustus to Mussolini ARCH 1370: Architectural History Elective
 

 

Calculus for Business MATH 1231: Calculus for Business and Economics
Art + Design Introduction to Italian Renaissance Art ARTH 1111: Global Art + Design History: Ren. to Modern
  Basic Photography (Traditional Film Photography) ARTS 1990: Art Elective
  Beginning Painting ARTS 2340: Painting Basics
  Digital Photography ARTD 2360: Photo Basics
  Introduction to Photography ARTD 4661: Alternative Photographic Processes
  World Art 1: Visual Culture from the Stone Age to Late Antiquity ARTH 1110: Global Art + Design History: Anc. to Med.
  World Art III: Visual Culture for the Early Modern World ARTH 1111: Global Art + Design History: Ren. to Modern
 

 

World Art IV: Visual Culture of the Modern and Contemporary World ARTH 2210: Modern Art and Design History
Communication Studies Intercultural Communications COMM 2303: Global and Intercultural Communication
  Introduction to Visual Communication COMM 1990: Communication Studies Elective
 

 

Public Speaking: Oral Rhetoric and Persuasion  COMM 1112: Public Speaking
Journalism Introduction to News Reporting and Writing JRNL 1101: Journalism 1: Fundamentals of Reporting
 

 

Introduction to Visual Communication COMM 1990: Communication Studies Elective
Media and Screen Studies Introduction to Cinema MSCR 1990: Media and Screen Studies Elective
 

 

Media, Culture and Society MSCR 1220: Media, Culture and Society
Theatre Introduction to Theatrical Performance THTR 1101: Introduction to Theatre
Major Course Abroad Northeastern Equivalent
Architecture Majors Architectural History 1 ARCH 1310: Buildings and Cities, A Global History
  Architectural Structures ARCH 2260: Introduction to Building Systems
 

 

Survey of Business Mathematics I MATH 1231: Calculus for Business and Economics
Art + Design Introduction to Early Modern Art: 1400-1700 ARTH 1111: Global Art + Design History: Ren. to Modern
  Introduction to Modern Art ARTH 2210: Modern Art and Design History
 

 

Indigenous Art and Culture ARTH 2990: Art History Elective
Communication Studies Introduction to Communication Studies  COMM 1101: Introduction to Communication Studies
 

 

History of Communication COMM 1990: Communication Studies Elective
Media and Screen Studies

 

Introduction to Film Studies MSCR 1990: Media and Screen Studies Elective
Music Basic Materials: Western Music MUSC 1990: Music Elective
  Jazz History Survey MUSC 1112: Jazz
 

 

Popular Music after 1945 MUSC 2310: Popular Music Since 1945
Theatre Introduction to Theatre Studies THTR 1101: Introduction to Theatre
Major Course Abroad Northeastern Equivalent
Art + Design

 

Deconstructing the Canon: Social Histories of European Art ARTH 1110: Global Art + Design History: Anc. to Med.
Theatre British Drama and the London Stage THTR 1990: Theatre Elective
Major Course Abroad Northeastern Equivalent
Art + Design

 

Youth and Digital Culture ARTH 2210: Modern Art and Design History
Media and Screen Studies Australian Theatre, Film and Learning MSCR 1990: Media and Screen Studies Elective
  Hollywood: Art, Industry, Entertainment MSCR 1990: Media and Screen Studies Elective
 

 

Screen Cultures and Gender: Film to Apps MSCR 1990: Media and Screen Studies Elective
Music Fundamentals of Music 1 MUSC 1990: Music Elective
 

 

Music in Western Culture MUSC 1101: Introduction to Music
Theatre Dangerous Performances THTR 1990: Theatre Elective
Major Course Abroad Northeastern Equivalent
Art + Design

 

Art of the Western World ARTH 1110: Global Art + Design History: Anc. to Med.
Communication Studies Public Speaking COMM 1112: Public Speaking