University-wide Courses

Applications for new University-wide Courses are now welcome under the 6th Call for Proposals. For more information click here.

University-wide Courses (UWC) represent a new initiative at CEU that aims to bring together faculty and students from across academic programs to explore a topic of common interest. Some of the core features of such courses are the following:

-          UWC are interdepartmental by design. Academic staff members from at least two different units have been involved in developing the syllabus of the course.

-          UWC are diverse. Some courses deal with contemporary academic topics, some foster the research skills of our students, and others offer practical skills to support the students’ future career.

-          UWC are co-taught. Courses are taught by several academic staff members, and in some cases external guest are also invited as lecturers.

-          UWC are open to all students. All CEU students (including non-degree students) have the possibility to register for the courses they consider interesting or useful.

University-wide Courses in Fall 2018/2019:

University-wide Courses in Winter 2018/2019:

University-wide Courses in Fall 2017/2018:

  • UWC 5000 - Sound Studies: Listening & Creating Between the Material, Medium and Metaphor
  • UWC 5001 - Text Analysis Across Disciplines - Data Collection and Curation
  • UWC 5002 - Just Data

University-wide Courses in Winter 2017/2018:

  • Journalism and Social Change in Historical Perspective
  • Social Justice Frameworks in Action

University-wide Courses in Spring 2017/2018:

  • Text Analysis Across Disciplines: Text Mining Boot Camp