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					                                          Summer Program USD-ITESO
                                                    2007

a) Durante este verano, podrás participar en el curso que ofrece la Universidad de San Diego en
el ITESO con profesores y estudiantes de los Estados Unidos, en las instalaciones y a precios del
ITESO, las materias que tomes las puedes revalidar a tu plan de estudios con la autorización de
tu coordinador.
b) Información General:
 Concepto                                                                     Observaciones
Fechas del del 2 de Junio al 13 de Julio                   6 semanas
curso
Materias      http://www.sandiego.edu/guadalajara/         Archivo anexo
que      se
ofrecen
Créditos      5 créditos                                 Si la materia a revalidar es de Área
                                                         Complementaria.
                                                         Si las materias son del Área Mayor los créditos
                                                         a revalidar serán los que sean de cada materia.
Costo            De acuerdo al número de créditos que se Costo crédito de verano del ITESO
                 den de alta.
Fecha para del 2 al 25 de mayo
inscripción
Idioma      Inglés y Español                               Para los cursos que se imparten en inglés, es
                                                           necesario que tengas un dominio alto del idioma.
                                                           Aunque no es necesario que presentes el TOEFL.
Material         Libros                                    Es obligación del alumno comprarlos, o traer el
                                                           material requerido por el profesor.
Contactos        Alejandra Mendoza alemm@iteso.mx          Información de cursos, cupos, información general.
                                                           (Edificio Central, planta alta, Dirección de
                                                           Relaciones Externas)
                 Kitzia del Hoyo kitzia@iteso.mx
                                                           Entrega de solicitud, comprobante de pago y forma
                                                           INI. (Edificio Central, planta baja. Intercambio
                                                           Académico)

c) Requisitos para que se considere reservado el lugar:
    Llenar solicitud con fotografía
    Llenar forma INI (tu coordinador te da la forma)
    Efectuar el pago de los créditos a cursar en cajas del ITESO.
    Presentar los formatos mencionados en el área de intercambio.

Materia                                                                         Descripción
Arth 331 - Art History: Art in Public Spaces               A study of the works of the Mexican Muralists. Special
                                                           emphasis on the paintings of Orozco, Rivera, and
                                                           Siqueiros. Wednesday class meetings will be replaced by
                                                           field trips to museums and other sites around
                                                           Guadalajara from 2:30-5:30 p.m. Fulfills the Core
                                                           Curriculum requirement for Fine Art.
                                                           Conducted in English M-Th, 9:00-10:40


Artv 101 - Fundamentals of Drawing                         Introduction to the fundamental elements and principles
                                                           of drawing. Students will gain the necessary skills in the
                                                           handling of various drawing media (pencil, charcoal, pen
                                                           and ink, watercolor) so as to be able to produce a
                                                           substantial body of work that will reflect both their
                                                  visual experience in Mexico , and their own imagination.
                                                  Students will be asked to keep a sketchbook/journal in
                                                  addition to drawing sessions and exercises.Fulfills the
                                                  Core Curriculum requirement for Fine Art. Required for
                                                  Art Majors.

                                                  Conducted in English M-Th, 9:00-10:40
Artv 103 - Principles of Two-Dimensional Design   The fundamentals of two-dimensional design which
                                                  stress the dynamics of line, value, color, shape, texture,
                                                  and arrangement.Fulfills the Core Curriculum
                                                  requirement for Fine Art. Required for Art Majors.

                                                  Conducted in English M-Th, 11:30-1:10
Artv 160 - Introduction to Photography            An introductory studio course in the conceptual,
                                                  aesthetic and technical possibilities and principles of
                                                  photography. Particular attention will be given to
                                                  photography as a medium of personal expression that
                                                  reveals the students' impressions and experiences in
                                                  Mexico so as to heighten cultural awareness and
                                                  understanding. Students will investigate the basics of
                                                  camera operation, the use of various materials including
                                                  black & white and color film, photographic printing in
                                                  both darkroom and digital environments and alternative
                                                  processes. A 35mm camera is required.Fulfills the Core
                                                  Curriculum requirement for Fine Art. Required for Art
                                                  Majors. Required for Art Majors

                                                  Conducted in English M-Th, 9:00-10:40
Artv 353 - Color Photography                      A studio course in the conceptual, aesthetic and
                                                  technical possibilities and principles of color
                                                  photography and digital technology. Particular attention
                                                  will be given to color photography and digital technology
                                                  as a medium of personal expression that reveals the
                                                  students' impressions and experiences in Mexico so as to
                                                  heighten cultural awareness and understanding. Students
                                                  will investigate the basics of camera operation, the use
                                                  of color film in conjunction with Adobe Photoshop and
                                                  digital printing as well as historical and contemporary
                                                  approaches of color photography.Fulfills the Core
                                                  Curriculum requirement for Fine Art.

                                                  Conducted in English M-Th, 11:30-1:10
Business: Mgmt 300 - Organizational Behavior      The study of human behavior in organizational settings.
                                                  Examines the interface between human behavior and the
                                                  organizational context, and presents frameworks for
                                                  managing people in the organization. Topics addressed
                                                  include: perceptual processes, personality, learning,
                                                  motivation, attitudes, stress, group dynamics, intergroup
                                                  behavior, conflict, power politics, leadership, and cross-
                                                  cultural implications. Behavioral science concepts are
                                                  applied through self-assessment, case studies, and
                                                  experiential exercises. Special emphasis on Mexico and
                                                  international management.

                                                  Conducted in English M-Th, 9:00-10:40
Business: Mrkt 300 - Fundamentals of Marketing    An introduction to the critical role of marketing in our
                                                  society with emphasis on the marketing concept,
                                                  product, price, distribution, and promotion. Special
                                                  emphasis on Mexico and international marketing

                                                  Conducted in English M-Th, 11:30-1:10
Comm 353 - Organizational Communication           This course examines the form and function of messages
                                                  within organizations, with special emphasis on business
                                                  communication. The course will focus on the role of
                                                  communication in developing productive work
                                                                    relationships, human-resource practices, and
                                                                    organizational cultures. Topics include past and current
                                                                    management practices, communication networks and
                                                                    technologies, interpersonal relationships in
                                                                    organizations, public communication, and organizational
                                                                    communication assessment.
                                                                    Conducted in English M-Th, 9:00-10:40


Comm 455 - Interviewing and Negotiating: Principles and Practices   An examination of methods and techniques applicable to
                                                                    a variety of interviews and negotiations. Students
                                                                    prepare, participate in, and critique employment,
                                                                    journalistic, and appraisal interviews. Students also
                                                                    learn techniques and principles of negotiating, including
                                                                    alternative dispute resolution, distributive bargaining,
                                                                    and principled negotiations. Prerequisite: Comm 101.
                                                                    Conducted in English M-Th, 11:30-1:10


Comm 475 - Intercultural Communication                              This course is a critical survey of major past and present
                                                                    concepts in culture and communication. Both cross-
                                                                    cultural and intercultural communication will be
                                                                    examined. Emphasis on a "process" approach to the
                                                                    study of communucation between persons across
                                                                    cultures. The students will be expected to seriously
                                                                    integrate their conceptual understanding in class with
                                                                    "real life" intercultural experiences and observations.
                                                                    Recommended prerequisite: Comm 300.
                                                                    Conducted in English M-Th, 11:30-2:30 (June 25-July 13)


Comp 100 - Essential Computer Literacy                              This course teaches the most important and useful non-
                                                                    trivial computer literacy. It teaches real life problem-
                                                                    solving using the technology behind the Internet,
                                                                    software tools, and automation through programming.
                                                                    Topics include creating and maintaining a useful
                                                                    website, effective use of email programs, computer
                                                                    programming, and backing up computers cross-network.
                                                                    Anybody from computer novice to sophisticated user can
                                                                    benefit from this course, for life. Prior computer
                                                                    experience is not required. All classes are hands-on.
                                                                    Prerequisite: None.
                                                                    Conducted in English M-Th, 9:00-10:40


Engl 304W - Writing Autobiography                                   A workshop in improving your writing – structurally,
                                                                    analytically, descriptively and mechanically – by writing
                                                                    about your own life. We will focus on the nature of your
                                                                    upbringing by writing short (5-page) essays on your
                                                                    parents, neighborhood, values, cultural influences, your
                                                                    experience in Guadalajara , etc. At the end you will
                                                                    have used all this material to create a 20-page
                                                                    paper.Fulfills the Core Curriculum requirement for
                                                                    upper-division Written Literacy requirement.
                                                                    Conducted in English M-Th, 9:00-10:40 (Section 1), and
                                                                    11:30-1:10 (Section 2)
Engl 358 - Immigration in the Mexican Literary Imagination          This course examines the themes of immigration,
                                                                    migration, and movement between Mexico and the
                                                                    United States through key and critical Mexican and
                                                                    Chicano literary texts of the 20th century. From the
                                                                    first Chicano novel published in 1928, The Adventures of
                                                                    Don Chipote by Daniel Venegas, to the more
                                                                    contemporary writings of Manny Martinez’s Crossing,
                                                                    literary sources will serve as a window through which
                                                                    students will seek to better understand and interpret
                                                             this important and significant topic. The selected
                                                             readings will be supplemented with films that address
                                                             similar topics. This course is open to all majors and
                                                             minors from any discipline but recommended for Ethnic
                                                             Studies and English majors. Fulfills the Core Curriculum
                                                             requirement for Literature.
                                                             Conducted in English M-Th, 9:00-10:40


Ethn 494 - Immigration in the Mexican Literary Imagination   This course examines the themes of immigration,
                                                             migration, and movement between Mexico and the
                                                             United States through key and critical Mexican and
                                                             Chicano literary texts of the 20th century. From the
                                                             first Chicano novel published in 1928, The Adventures of
                                                             Don Chipote by Daniel Venegas, to the more
                                                             contemporary writings of Manny Martinez’s Crossing,
                                                             literary sources will serve as a window through which
                                                             students will seek to better understand and interpret
                                                             this important and significant topic. The selected
                                                             readings will be supplemented with films that address
                                                             similar topics. This course is open to all majors and
                                                             minors from any discipline but recommended for Ethnic
                                                             Studies and English majors. Fulfills the Core Curriculum
                                                             requirement for Social Science.
                                                             Conducted in English M-Th, 9:00-10:40


Hist 384 - History of Mexico                                 A survey of significant historical events in the
                                                             development of the Mexican nation. Students will take a
                                                             brief look at Porfirismo. The main focus will be on the
                                                             era from 1810 to the Independence through the
                                                             dictatorship of Porfirio Diaz, and the U.S.-Mexican
                                                             relations during the modern period. Fulfills the Core
                                                             Curriculum requirement for History.

                                                             Conducted in English M-Th, 11:30-1:10
Math 115 - College Algebra                                   Review of exponents, equations, and inequalities;
                                                             function notation, composition, and inverses; linear,
                                                             quadratic, polynomial, exponential, and logarithmic
                                                             functions and their graphs. Note : Placement exams
                                                             must be taken within one year of starting this course.
                                                             Prerequisite: Mathematics 090 at USD with a grade of C-
                                                             or better, or pass Level 1 mathematics placement exam.
                                                             Fulfills the Core Curriculum requirement for
                                                             Mathematical Competency.
                                                             Conducted in English M-Th, 9:00-10:40
Phil 330 - Ethics of Diversity                               This course investigates ethical issues relating to
                                                             dimensions of diversity in the U.S. through a study of the
                                                             meanings of "race," "discrimination," and
                                                             "multiculturalism." In doing so, students will address
                                                             pertinent theoretical issues. Fulfills the Core Curriculum
                                                             requirement for upper-division Ethics.
                                                             Conducted in English M-Th, 9:00-10:40


Phil 490 - Philosophy of Love                                What is love? Does it even exist, or is it a myth? Is it
                                                             attainable, or an impossible ideal? Is it rooted in the
                                                             divine; in the human, or even in the biologic or animal?
                                                             Is it an emotion, a form of relationship, or even a cosmic
                                                             principle? Can it be equal and shared, or must it be
                                                             hierarchic and coercive? This course considers a variety
                                                             of philosophical perspectives on questions such as these.
                                                             Readings typically include such classic and contemporary
                                                             thinkers as Plato, Aristotle, Augustine, Aquinas,
                                                             Kierkegaard, Freud, Sartre, DeBeauvoir, and Tillich.
                                                           Fulfills the Core Curriculum requirement for non-Logic,
                                                           non-Ethics Philosophy course.
                                                           Conducted in English M-Th, 11:30-1:10


Phys 107 - Astronomy                                       A survey of astronomy covering astronomical history,
                                                           light, gravity, telescopes, the solar system, exo-solar
                                                           systems, stellar evolution, galaxies, cosmology, and the
                                                           search for extra-terrestrial life. How do we figure out
                                                           what is going on in this huge Universe? What is out
                                                           there? How can we know what distant stars and galaxies
                                                           are composed of if we are chained to this rock we call
                                                           Earth? Is this the only place in the Universe capable of
                                                           supporting life, or are other Earths waiting to be
                                                           discovered? These are some of the questions we will
                                                           address this summer. Fulfills the Core Curriculum
                                                           requirement for a non-lab course in physical science.

                                                           Conducted in English M-Th, 11:30-2:30 (Three week
                                                           seminar: June 3-June 23)
Pols 366 - Politics of Mexico                              An overview of the contemporary Mexican political
                                                           system. The primary focus is on the breakdown of the
                                                           dominant party system in the late twentieth century and
                                                           the subsequent recalibration of executive-legislative
                                                           relations, decentralization of power and emergence of
                                                           democratic political culture and competition. Special
                                                           emphasis will be placed on the Mexican electoral
                                                           process. Fulfills the Core Curriculum requirement for
                                                           Social Sciences.
                                                           Conducted in English M-Th, 11:30-2:30 (Three week
                                                           seminar: June 3-June 23)
Pols 494 - Latin American Security                         This course blends issues of comparative politics and
                                                           international security in Latin America , Europe and Asia
                                                           Pacific. Each section will begin with an overview of the
                                                           politics and history of a couple of countries in the
                                                           region, then proceed to an examination of issues, such
                                                           as U.S. intervention, drug trafficking, terrorism and
                                                           dynamics specific to the region. An introductory political
                                                           science course is recommended.
                                                           Conducted in English M-Th, 11:30-2:30 (Three week
                                                           seminar: June 25-July 13)
Pols 594 - (Graduate Seminar) Latin American Security      This course blends issues of comparative politics and
                                                           international security in Latin America , Europe and Asia
                                                           Pacific. Each section will begin with an overview of the
                                                           politics and history of a couple of countries in the
                                                           region, then proceed to an examination of issues, such
                                                           as U.S. intervention, drug trafficking, terrorism and
                                                           dynamics specific to the region. An introductory political
                                                           science course is recommended.
                                                           Conducted in English M-Th, 11:30-2:30 (Three week
                                                           seminar: June 25-July 13)
Psyc 101 - Introductory Psychology through Film Analysis   An introduction to the basic concepts of psychology.
                                                           Topics include the biological basis of behavior,
                                                           development, learning and memory, personality, social
                                                           psychology, psychopathology, and psychotherapy. These
                                                           topics will be individually explored with traditional
                                                           readings and through documentaries and popular films.
                                                           Fulfills the Core Curriculum requirement for Social
                                                           Sciences.
                                                           Conducted in English M-Th, 9:00-10:40


Psyc 336 - Cognitive Psychology                            Study of how people process information with a
                                                           scientific consideration of behavior. Topics include:
                                                           perception, attention, memory, imagery, language,
                                                           comprehension, concept information, problem solving,
                                                                 and decision-making. Both basic and applied issues will
                                                                 be addressed. Recent advances in neural network models
                                                                 will be introduced.
                                                                 Conducted in English M-Th, 11:30-1:10


Span 303 - Introduction to Hispanic Literature                   An introduction to Hispanic Literature through the
                                                                 reading of different genres. The course emphasis will be
                                                                 placed on the analysis of literary style and techniques of
                                                                 various authors. Required for the Spanish major and for
                                                                 the single subject teaching credential. Prerequisite:
                                                                 Spanish 202 or equivalent.
                                                                 Conducted in Spanish M-Th, 9:00-10:40
Span 304 - Civilizations of Latin America                        This course explores the history, geography, literary
                                                                 masterpieces, and customs of Spanish America . Fulfills
                                                                 the civilization course requirement for California 's
                                                                 Single Subject Teaching Credential. Prerequisite: Spanish
                                                                 202 or equivalent.
                                                                 Conducted in Spanish M-Th, 9:00-10:40 (Section 1), and
                                                                 11:30-1:10 (Section 2)
Span 453 - Mexican Literature and Culture                        A survey of Mexican prose, poetry, and drama containing
                                                                 the principal trends followed in philosophy, music, and
                                                                 painting expressed in literary form. Prerequisites:
                                                                 Spanish 301 and 303 or equivalents.
                                                                 Conducted in Spanish M-Th, 11:30-1:10
Span 494 - Special Topics in Spanish and Latin American Cinema   Advanced-level study of Spanish and Latin American film
                                                                 since 1950 as a document of changing societies. Includes
                                                                 discussion of the relationship between a literary opus
                                                                 and its cinematic interpretation. Specific focus on
                                                                 gender and politics in film. Prerequisites: Spanish 301
                                                                 and 303 or equivalent.
                                                                 Conducted in Spanish M-Th, 9:00-10:40


Thrs 494 - Feminist Theology                                     .An exploration of contemporary Feminist Theology from
                                                                 the Christian perspective to gain knowledge of its
                                                                 contribution and challenges to the whole of the Christian
                                                                 tradition. Included is a survey of its historical
                                                                 emergence, methods and approaches, major theological
                                                                 themes, tasks, commitments, and spirituality.
                                                                 Prerequisite: Theology and Religious Studies 114, 116, or
                                                                 consent of instructor.
                                                                 Conducted in English, M-Th, 11:30-2:30 (Three week
                                                                 seminar: June 3-June 22)

				
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