Virtual Internationalization Program (VIP)

Representative Summer Courses

 

Featured Courses

HS-215A: Management of Care

This course involves a comparative and interprofessional study of healthcare systems in the United States vs. Europe, socialized vs. privatized medicine, and how ethics, policy and culture play a role in the delivery of care.

BADM-491: Special Topics in Business Digital Currency & Blockchain Technology

Students will focus on blockchain technologies and applications and cryptocurrencies. The University of Nicosia is considered the leader in university blockchain education globally.

Other Courses

  • ACCT-412: International Accounting
  • ARCH-410: Emergency Architecture
  • ART-111: Greek Art
  • ART-362: Cyprus Art History
  • BIOL-431: Bioethics
  • BIOL-444: Public Health Nutrition
  • DES-260: Photography I
  • ECON-481: European Economics
  • EUS-103: Modern European History & Politics
  • EUS-105: Introduction to the European Union
  • EUS-210: European Cultures
  • EUS-250: European Institutions & Governance
  • EUS-255: European Political Thought
  • FIN-430: International Financial Management
  • GREK-101: Greek Language & Culture I
  • IREL-370: Middle East Politics
  • MKTG-491: International Marketing
  • OGAS-315: The International Oil & Gas Markets
  • OGEN-420: Energy Security and Geopolitics
  • TOUR 400: International Tourism
  • THOM-400: Wellness & Health Tourism
  • THOM-430: International Hotel Management
  • THOM-490: Intercultural Communications
  • PSY-340: Culture & Psychology
  • PSY-385: Health Psychology
  • PSY-415: Criminal Profiling
  • PSY-435: Psychology of Terrorism
  • SPRT-307: International Sports Management

Representative Semester Courses

 

School of Business

  • ACCT-412: International Accounting
  • BADM-250: International Business
  • BADM-332: Technical Writing and Research
  • ECON-363: Money and Banking
  • ECON-481: European Economics
  • ENTR-390: E-Business
  • ENTR-435: Business Intelligence
  • FIN-430: International Financial Management
  • HOSP-105: Food Science
  • MGT-282: Small Business Entrepreneurship
  • MGT-465: Project Management for the Energy Sector
  • MGT-372: Management of Innovation and Technology
  • MIS-355: Blockchain Technology and Applications
  • MIS-465: Business and Management of Games
  • MKTG-301: Social Media Marketing
  • MKTG-390: E-Marketing
  • MKTG-491: International Marketing
  • OGAS-310: Economics of the Oil & Gas Industry
  • OGAS-315: The International Oil & Gas Markets
  • PPRT-303: Sports Promotion
  • SPRT-307: International Sports Management
  • TOUR-105: Introduction to Travel and Tourism
  • TOUR 110: Geography of Travel and Tourism
  • TOUR 400: International Tourism
  • THOM-310: Cultural Geography
  • THOM-490: Intercultural Communications
  • THOM-400: Wellness and Health Tourism
  • THOM-430: International Hotel Management

School of Humanities and Social Sciences

  • ANTH-105: Cultural Anthropology
  • ARCH-141: History of Architecture I
  • ARCH-142: History of Architecture II
  • ARCH-251: Landscape Architecture
  • ARCH-252: Cultural Heritage
  • ARCH-351: Contemporary Architects
  • ARCH-400: Visual Cultural Studies
  • ARCH-410: Emergency Architecture
  • ARCH-411: Sustainable Design
  • ARCH-432: Fundamentals of Earthquake Engineering
  • ARCH-441: History and Theory of Sustainable Design
  • ART-111: Greek Art
  • ART-362: Cyprus Art History
  • COMM-135: Introduction to Communication Studies
  • COMM-200: Business and Professional Communication
  • COMM-351: Online Journalism
  • COMM-395: PR and the New Media
  • COMM-422: PR Campaign Development and Management
  • COMM-431: Gender and Communication
  • COMM-441: Media and Cultural Theory
  • DES-206: Graphic Design
  • DES-260: Photography I
  • DES-346: Graphic Design for Social and Commercial Advertising
  • GREK-101: Greek Language and Culture I
  • INT-101: Introduction to Interior Design
  • LALI-310: World Literature in English
  • PHIL-120: Ethics
  • PSY-110: General Psychology I
  • PSY-230A: Brain and Behavior
  • PSY-240: Abnormal Psychology
  • PSY-250A: Psychology of Personality
  • PSY-260: Cognitive Psychology
  • PSY-331 Psychology of Sexuality
  • PSY-332 Forensic Psychology
  • PSY-340: Culture and Psychology
  • PSY-385: Health Psychology
  • PSY-415: Criminal Profiling
  • PSY-435: Psychology of Terrorism
  • PSY-490: Theories of Intelligence
  • SOC-101: Principles of Sociology

School of Law

  • EUS-103: Modern European History and Politics
  • EUS-105: Introduction to the European Union
  • EUS-210: European Cultures
  • EUS-250: European Institutions & Governance
  • EUS-255 :European Political Thought
  • EUS-325: Cyprus and the EU
  • EUS-425: European Union Middle East Relations
  • IREL-102: World History Since 1500
  • IREL-370: Middle East Politics
  • LAW-201: European Union Law I

School of Sciences and Engineering

  • BIOL-371: Drug Action and Toxicology
  • BIOL-431: Bioethics
  • BIOL-444: Public Health Nutrition
  • COMP-433: Ethical Hacking
  • COMP-387: Blockchain Programming
  • COMP-405: Artificial Intelligence
  • NURS-425: Management of Care
  • OGEN-225: Global Climate Change and Adaptation
  • OGEN-350: European Energy and Environmental Policy
  • OGEN-420: Energy Security and Geopolitics
  • OGEN-460: Environmental Impact Management