Occasional Course Offerings
Comparative Mythology **
* Non-architecture students can opt out of Global Studio and choose an online course, or with enough student interest, an elective course. The number of elective courses offered per term varies based on student demand and faculty availability.
** Not offered every term
An interdisciplinary studio that applies the lessons of CORE 201 Global Foundations to the future of the region and proposes solutions to local and regional problems. It studies issues of globalization within the context of developments in the Eastern Mediterranean and the European Union.
Architecture students (study abroad requirement) non-architecture students (free elective)
Prerequisite: CORE 201. Co-requisite: ARCH 418, ARCH 456.
Students will apply cultural theories from CORE 201 Global Foundations to disciplined observation of the diversity of practices, rituals, habits and artistic productions of the peoples of the Mediterranean as the crossroads between Europe, the Middle East and Africa. Offered only with the Drury international semester program in Greece.
Architecture students (study abroad requirement) and non-architecture GP21 students (meets minorities and indigenous cultures requirement)
Co-requisite: ARCH 418, ARCH 426.
This course examines Greece as a place of major significance in the consciousness of Western Civilization and the social cultural forces that have shaped its artistic, intellectual and spiritual traditions in the ancient, medieval and modern eras. Offered only with the Drury international semester program in Greece.
Architecture students (study abroad requirement); non-architecture CORE students (FA g-tagged course)
Architecture and non-architecture GP21 students (meets ideas and events)
ARTZ 290 Greece Field Studies Journal: A Graphic Novel. 3 hours. (CORE)
Students will be introduced to basic concepts of visual expression, design, and layout, while they are introduced to and explore the language of the graphic novel. Students will engage in on-site analytical process of understanding and interpretation through conceiving and sketching a story. Offered only with the Drury international semester program in Greece.
Non-architecture CORE students (meets FA Invention divisional requirement)
A study of mythic literature in ancient, medieval and contemporary cultures, with close attention to the archetypal codes revealed in all mythologies.
All students (meets CORE HUMS divisional requirement)
Prerequisite: GREE 101.
A continuation of GREE 101 designed to develop an elementary proficiency for communicating in Greek and to intensify familiarity with the cultural values of Greek peoples.
Greek 101 is taken on Springfield campus the semester before going to Greece.
*Drury students who have completed their foreign language requirement and visiting students will take GREE 101 (Greek I) in Aigina.
Courses that meet this requirement introduce students to the study of globalization and its impacts. Emphasis lies on the study of globalization as a concept, as well as the application of the concept to the examination of contemporary issues. Some courses focus on specific issues or world regions. Each section draws on the expertise of the individual faculty member.
All CORE students who haven’t taken it on campus
Students who study abroad sign up for this course in order to get credit for Engaged Learning.
Prerequisite: Study Abroad office must be notified and all policies must be followed including but not limited to insurance requirements.
This course meets the Breech study abroad requirement. Study abroad trips that fall in this category will be for a year, semester or stay of at least 21 days. These trips will include formal enrollment in a University (Drury or other) study abroad program in any academic area. Students will have the opportunity to interact in the global business community on a variety of levels: business transactions, travel arrangements and interactions with residents of the host country. Application and prior approval is required. S/U Grading.