iCharleston Fall 2022 Courses

All courses in the iCharleston program transfer into College of Charleston provided students receive a grade of C or higher. This follows the U.S. national standards for transfer policy with regard to college academic credit. Courses in iCharleston can satisfy graduation and general education requirements. (Please note: only academic credit will transfer, not the course letter grade or GPA.)

All students are required to register for five classes during their fall semester abroad, which is the equivalent of 15 academic credits, or full-time standing. At each destination (London, Dublin and Rome) there are two required courses that each student will register for during the fall semester. One of those courses focuses on local/national culture so that students can learn more about where they are living and studying that fall semester. (The Site Director will sit in on this class to model classroom success and engage with some of the academic material students are learning about.)

The remaining courses come from a specified list of classes at each partner institution. These courses have been developed to take advantage of the experiential opportunities existing there. For instance, in Dublin, one course is "The Art and Architcture of Ireland." In Rome, one course is "The Art of Rome." 


Dublin *denotes required course

Dublin
Course Number
Dublin Course Title
CofC Transfer Equivalency
CofC Course Title
CSIR 150L
Irish Culture and Society *
ANTH 109
Special Topics in Anthropology
ENG 120L
Writing for College *
ENGL 110
Introduction to Academic Writing
IHST 120L
War & Peace in the 20th Century
HIST 241
Special Topics in Modern European History
SOC 101L
The Sociological Imagination
SOCY 101
Introduction to Sociology
ENG 255L
Literature in the Modern World
ENGL 190
Introductory Special Topics
PSYC 100L
Psychological Foundations
PSYC 103
Introduction to Psychological Science
IMDA 210L
The Moving Image
COMM 1EE
Communication Elective 100 Level
ICOM 203L
Event Planning & Operations
HTMT 1EE
Hospitality & Tourism Management Elective 100 level
ART 293L
Art & Architecture of Ireland
ARTH 290
Special Topics in Art History
ENG 150L
Drama and Theatre: Page and Stage
THTR 176
Introduction to Theatre

London *denotes required course

London
Course Number
London Course Title
CofC Transfer Equivalency
CofC Course Title
CSBR 121L
British Life & Cultures *
ANTH 109
Special Topics in Anthropology
ENGL 120L
College Writing: Britain as a Text*
ENGL 110
Introduction to Academic Writing
IENG202L
Harry Potter:  Magic, Myth and Meaning
ENGL 190
Introductory Special Topics
ICOM 345L
Photojournalism: London Through the Lens
COMM 1EE
COMM Elective 100 Level
IRES 203L
Understanding Civilizations: Islam & the West
HIST 250
Special Topics in Comparative/Transnational History
IMUS 105L
Music in 20th Century Britain
MUSC 222
Special Topics for Non-majors
ART 180L
Modern & Contemporary Fine Art in London
ARTH 285
Modern Art
ENG 150L
Contemporary British Theatre
THTR 176
Intro to Theatre
IHST 105L
Modern British History
HIST 241
Special Topics in Modern European History
ENSC 101L
Environmental Science: Our Role in Today’s World
ENVT 1EE
Environmental Studies Elective 100 Level
IMDA 110L 
Media in Britain
COMM 2EE
COMM Elective 200 Level
MUS 247L
Cash, Money, Records Forever: An Introduction to the
Business Practices of the Evolving British Music Industry
ARTM 210
Introduction to the Music Industry
IPOS 205L
The Political Economy of the EU: Brexit & Beyond
POLI 102
Contemporary Political Issues
ICOM 160L
Sport in British Society 
SOCY 109
Special Topics in Sociology

Rome *denotes required course

AUR Course Number
AUR Course Title
CofC Transfer Equivalency
CofC Course Title
ENG 102
Writing from Research*
ENGL 110
Introduction to Academic Writing
ARC 101
Roman Archaeology On-site*
CLAS 226
Archaeology of Rome
AH 100
Art of Rome
ARTH 190
Special Topics in Art History
ANT 100
Introduction to Anthropology
ANTH 101
Introduction to Anthropology
SOC 120
Living Rome:  Urban Spaces, Culture, & Identity
ITST 390  OR
URST 397
Special Topics in Italian Studies OR
Special Topics in Urban Studies
ART 101
Italian Sketchbook: Images of Rome
ARTS 119
Drawing I
ARCL 100
Introduction to Ancient Greece & Rome
CLAS 105
History of Classical World
COM 100
Media History
COMM 214
Media in the Digital Age
IA 100
Introduction to International Relations: History & Concepts
POLI 103
World Politics
IA 203
US & Europe Since 1945
POLI 119
Special Topics in Politics
COM 203
Public Speaking & Presentation
COMM 104
Public Speaking
SOC 100
Introduction to Sociology
SOCY 101
Introduction to Sociology
REL 200
Religion in a Pluralistic World
RELS 1MM
Religious Studies Major 100 level
ITL 100
Introduction to Italian Languages & Culture
ITAL 1EE
Italian Elective 100 level