Prague, Czech Republic

Anglo-American University

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Anglo-American University is proud to offer a quality higher education since 1990. They offer accredited Bachelor’s and Master’s programs in Business, Humanities & Social Sciences, Law and International Relations & Diplomacy. All the classes are taught in English, the language of global communication. Study with students from all over the world in an intimate yet interactive learning environment based on the best Anglo-American teaching traditions.

AAU’s campus is located in the heart of Prague, center of Mala Strana, only steps away from the Charles Bridge and just across the river from Old Town. The campus is surrounded by busy cafes, bustling restaurants, crowded pubs and quiet parks. The neighborhood is also home to some of the most beautiful architecture in all of Prague such as St. Nicholas Cathedral and our very own building which is the site of the medieval convent of the Sovereign Order of the Knights of Malta.

AAU is also centrally located with great public transportation links by tram and metro to the rest of the city. Prague is a young, lively yet historically and culturally rich city; you might find yourself staying in Prague more than expected because there’s just something about this city that pulls you in..


Program Details

Program Price: Per Semester $6,300

The SWS program price covers the cost of standard tuition and registration fees at your host institution.
Tuition includes 15 credits from the below courses for a Semester long program.

Eligibility Requirements:
Must be a High School Graduate by Start of Course
Minimum GPA: 2.5
Language Proficiency: Beginner to Intermediate
Application Requirements: Unofficial Transcript
$65 Non-Refundable Application Fee
Completed Application

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**Prices and Courses are subject to change, please contact SWS staff for the most up-to-date information.

Course Schedule

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Code Course Credits Contact Hours Language
COM 101 Composition 1 3 45 English
COM 102 Composition 2 3 45 English
COM 200 Intro to Mass Communication 3 45 English
SOC 290 Intro to Social Science Research Methods 3 45 English
COM 110 Public Speaking 3 45 English
ART 101 History of Art I 3 45 English
ART 102 History of Art II 3 45 English
ART 131 Prague Art and Architecture 3 45 English
ART 231 Czech Modern Art and Architecture 3 45 English
ART 225 Postwar European Film 3 45 English
ART 226 Film as Social Critique 3 45 English
ART 250 Visual Culture 3 45 English
ART 270 20th Century Art 3 45 English
HIS 103 World History I. (from Ancient Civilizations to 1500) 3 45 English
HIS 104 World History II 3 45 English
HIS 110 United States History 3 45 English
HIS 122 European History II: The Making of Modern Europe 3 45 English
HIS 123 Russian History 3 45 English
HIS 231 History of the Cold War and post-cold War Transition 3 45 English
HIS 235 Czech History 3 45 English
HIS 236 The Jewish Experience in Central Europe 3 45 English
HIS 237 Central European History 3 45 English
HIS 320  War and Diplomacy 3 45 English
HIS 336 The Holocaust and its Representation 3 45 English
HIS 270 20th Century Social History 3 45 English
HIS 601 History of Historiography 3 45 English
HIS 600 Contemporary Currents in Historiography 3 45 English
HIS 520 Cultural History of Early Modern Europe (1400-1700) 6 3 3 45 English
HSS 200 European Music History and Appreciation 3 45 English
JRN 200 Reporting I 3 45 English
JRN 201 Reporting II 3 45 English
JRN 223 Media Ethics and Democracy 3 45 English
JRN 250 Intro to Broadcast News and Film Production 3 45 English
LIT 252 Narrative in Film: Romantic to Postmodern 3 45 English
CUL 240 Intercultural Communication   45 English
PHI 125 Intro to Philosophy (from Ancient Times to Kant) 3 45 English
PHI 171 Modern Intellectual History 3 45 English
PHI 180 Freedom 3 45 English
POL 160 East Central Europe in Transition -Public Lecture Series 3 45 English
POL 250 Political Geography 3 45 English
POL 256 Introduction to Diplomacy 3 45 English
POL 375 Public Policy 3 45 English
POL 381 Multiculturalism in Europe 3 45 English
POL 430 Central Europe and Stalin: The Making of the Soviet Bloc 3 45 English
POL 480 Theories of Globalization 3 45 English
POL 101 Intro to Politics 1 3 45 English
POL 102 Intro to Politics 2 3 45 English
POL 220/ West European Politics 3 45 English
POL 231 Czech and Slovak Politics   45 English
POL 280 Political Economy 3 45 English
POL 320  Politics of the EU 3 45 English
POL 330 Central and Eastern European Politics   45 English
POL 351 Global Security   45 English
POL 255 Regionalism in International Politics 3 45 English
POL 200 Political Philosophy 3 45 English
POL 201/ Nations and Nationalism/ Intro to International Relations 3 45 English
POL 552 Ethno-Political Conflicts and Organized Crime 3 45 English
POL 553 Global Migration 3 45 English
POL 583 Urban and Rural Transformations 3 45 English
POL 601 Public Administration 3 45 English
REL 140 Comparative Religions 3 45 English
         
REL 141/PHI 141 Comparative Worldviews 3 45 English
REL 500 Comparative Theologies 3 45 English
SOC 470 On the Margins of Sociology: George Battaille & Michel Foucault 3 45 English
SOC 471 Sociology of Aesthetics 3 45 English
SOC 472 Seminar on Deleuze and Guatarri 3 45 English
CIS 161 Computer Information Systems 3 45 English
CIV Civilization I (provided by the School of Humanities and Social 3 45 English
CIV Civilization II (provided by the School of Humanities and Social 3 45 English
CIS 261 Business Information Systems 3 45 English
CZE 101 Elementary Czech (non-credit course) 0 60 English
ASPP 542 Public Policy & Multinational Corporations 3 45 English
ASPP 555 Sociology of Education and Social Stratification 3 45 English
ASPP 556 On Margins of Sociology: Bataille and Foucault 3 45 English
ENV 500 Environment and Public Policy (Environment and Society) 3 45 English
ENV 580 Environmental Anthropology 3 45 English
PHI 522 What is a Text? Ricoueur on Text, Metaphor and Narrative 3 45 English
PHI 521 Advanced Seminar in Philosophy: Georges Bataille and Michel Foucault 3 45 English
LIT 500 Key Texts in Literary Modernism and Postmodernism   45 English
LIT 660 Advanced Interdisciplinary Seminar in Romanticism 3 45 English
LIT 630 Franz Kafka and the Problem of the Minority 3 45 English
ART 500 Art and Society: The History of Visual Art in the 20th Century 3 45 English
ART 520  20th Century Art & Literature: The Avant-Garde 6 3 3 45 English
ART 550 Art and the Concept of Freedom 3 45 English
LIT 661 Advanced Literary Seminar: Women Writers 3 45 English
LIT 200 Comparative Literature   45 English
LIT 231 Literature of Prague   45 English
LIT 232 Thousand Years of Czech Literature 3 45 English
LIT 233 Central European Literature 3 45 English
LIT 280/ Literature as Social Critique/ Politics & Drama 3 45 English
LIT 281 Politics and Drama   45 English
ART 551 Art in the Public Realm 3 45 English
ART 552 Major Film Directors: Selected Topics 6 3 3 45 English
ART 553 The History and Theory of Film 3 45 English
ART 570 Contemporary Art Scene: Theory, Discussions, Visits 6 3 3 45 English
HSS 580 Externalizing Identity: Performance and Ritual Theory 6 3 3 45 English
HUM 500 Internship or Research Practicum in Humanities (optional) 6 3 3 45 English
PHI 571 Readings in 20th Century European Philosophy: Gilles Deleuze and Félix Guattari 3 45 English
PHI 665 Dr. Frankenstein and His Colleagues 3 45 English
PHI 666 The Concept of Evil 3 45 English
PHI 570 Consumer as Creator: Exploring Receptor-Based Cultural 3 45 English
PHI 520 European Philosophy 3 45 English
PHI 120 Ethics 3 45 English
PHI 141 Comparative Worldviews 3 45 English
PSY 580 Cultural Psychology 3 45 English
PSY 581 Phenomenological Psychology 3 45 English
PSY 582 Abnormal Psychology: Jaspers, Goldstein, Canguilhem, Lain 3 45 English
PSY 580 Theories of Antisocial Behavior 3 45 English
PSY 250 Social Psychology 3 45 English
PSY 150 Intro to Psychology 3 45 English
SOC576 Sub-Cultures: Other Lifestyles, Literature, and Music 3 45 English
SOC 530 How can we comprehend the Holocaust? 3 45 English
SOC 550 Ethnicity, Race, and Identity Politics 3 45 English
SOC 577 Youth Cultures—Film and Music of the 1960s-2000s: Writing History with Visual Media 3 45 English
SOC 280 Social Anthropology 3 45 English
SOC 351 Gender and Culture 3 45 English
SOC 400 20th Century Social Theory 3 45 English
SOC 100 Intro to Sociology 3 45 English
SOC 352 Gender Equality in Europe 3 45 English
SOC 370 Popular Culture and Media Theory 3 45 English
SOC 581 Sociology of Family 3 45 English
SOC582 Health Care, Pensions, Employment and Welfare 3 45 English
SOC 400 Twentieth Century Social Theory 3 45 English
SOC 575 Alternative Culture as Everyday Practice: beyond Frankfurt, Birmingham and other Schools 3 45 English
SOC 585 Culture and Identity 3 45 English
FRE 100 French I 3 45 English
FRE 200 French II 3 45 English
DIPL 505 International Organizations in Diplomatic Practice 3 45 English
DIPL 601 Role of Diplomatic Missions 3 45 English
DIPL 602 Environmental Diplomacy 3 45 English
DIPL 650 Internet and Diplomacy (Cyber-Diplomacy) 3 45 English
DIPL 550 International Negotiation 3 45 English
POL 510 U.S. Foreign Policy 3 45 English
POL 512 The Americas 3 45 English
POL 520 West European Politics and Society 3 45 English
POL 530 East-Central European Politics 3 45 English
POL 531 The Post-Soviet Region (Current Political Issues) 3 45 English
POL 534 Central Europe and Stalin: The Making of the Soviet 3 45 English
POL 535 The Politics in the Balkans (Since the Modern Age) 3 45 English
POL 540 Contemporary Issues in the Middle East 3 45 English
POL 541 East Asian Modernity’s 3 45 English
POL 542 Sub-Saharan Africa 3 45 English
POL 552 International Security; Ethno-Political Conflicts and International Terrorism 3 45 English
POL 650 Political Geography 3 45 English
POL 682 The History of Arms Control and Its Tendencies in the 21st Century 3 45 English
POL 700 Selected Issues in International Relations, Diplomacy and Its History 3 45 English
POL 500 Theories of International Relations 3 45 English
POL 580 International Political Economy 3 45 English
POL 550 Theories of Globalization 3 45 English
POL 551 Conflict Studies 3 45 English
POL 591 Statistical Analysis for International Relations 3 45 English
DIPL 500 Diplomatic History 3 45 English
DIPL 600 Diplomatic Protocol and Intercultural Communication 3 45 English
POL 695 Thesis Seminar 3 45 English
POL 651 International Development 3 45 English
LBS 201 Business Law 3 45 English
LEG 620 International Law 3 45 English
LEG 101 Introduction to Law 3 45 English
LEG 102 Roman Law 3 45 English
LEG 103 Czech Legal System 3 45 English
LEG 121  Legal Research and Writing 3 45 English
LEG 122 Criminal Law 3 45 English
LEG 123 Property Law 3 45 English
LEG 201 Contracts I, II 6 90 English
LEG 202 Torts I, II 6 90 English
LEG 211 Constitutional Law I, II 3 45 English
LEG 222 Civil Procedure 3 45 English
LEG 291 European Union Law I, II 6 90 English
LEG 321 International Law 3 45 English
LEG 361 Administrative Law 3 45 English
LEG 371 Business Law I, II 6 90 English
LEG 271 Legal Philosophy 3 45 English
LEG 311 Labor Law and Discrimination 3 45 English
LEG 351 Human Rights Law 3 45 English
LEG 353 Law of International Organizations 3 45 English
LEG 382 Telecommunication Law 3 45 English
LEG 383 Islamic Law 3 45 English
LEG 385 Banking Law 3 45 English
LEG 395  Intellectual Property Law 3 45 English
LEG 398 Competition Law 3 45 English
LEG 397 Cyber Law 3 45 English
LEG 399 Moot Court 3 45 English
BUS 600 Strategies for Competitive Advantage 1 15 English
BUS 601 Economic Analysis for Business 4 45 English
BUS 602 Accounting and Financial Analysis 4 45 English
BUS 603 Statistics for Business Decisions 4 45 English
BUS 604 Organization Design and Behavior 4 45 English
BUS 605 Marketing Management 4 45 English
BUS 606 Operations and Technology Management 4 45 English
BUS 607 Financial Management 4 45 English
BUS 610 Understanding the Global Business Environment 4 45 English
BUS 612 Strategic Management 4 45 English
BUS 349 Internship (or Business Elective) 3 45 English
BSC 305 Special Topic – Global Supply Chain Management 3 45 English
BSC 310 Pricing Strategy 3 45 English
BSC 311 Business Strategies and Regulation 3 45 English
ECO 105 Intro to Economic Thought (provided by School of Business Administration 3 45 English
ECO 300 International Economics 3 45 English
ECO 110 Macroeconomics 3 45 English
ECO 120 Microeconomics 3 45 English
ECO 500 International Trade 3 45 English
ECO 600 International Finance 3 45 English
MKT 248  Introduction to Marketing 3 45 English
MKT 375 Marketing Research 3 45 English
MKT 258 Introduction to Advertising 3 45 English
MKT 268 Public Relations 3 45 English
MKT 318 International Marketing 3 45 English
MKT 328 Consumer Behavior 3 45 English
MKT 338 E-Commerce and Marketing Strategy 3 45 English
MGT 255  Business Ethics 3 45 English
MGT 355 Organizational Behavior / 3 45 English
MGT 356 Industrial Psychology 3 45 English
MGT 357 Human Resources Management 3 45 English
MGT 430 Strategic Planning I 3 45 English
MGT 435 Strategic Planning II (Thesis) 3 45 English
MGT 245 Introduction to Management 3 45 English
MGT 415 Operations Management (2 out of these 3) 3 45 English
MGT 205 Business Communication 3 45 English
MGT 260 Leadership 3 45 English
MGT 266 Negotiations in Business 3 45 English
MGT 267 Intercultural Communication 3 45 English
MGT 275 Change Management 3 45 English
MGT 280 Project Management 3 45 English
MGT 305 Entrepreneurship 3 45 English
MGT 325 International Business 3 45 English
MGT 326  Case Studies in International Business 3 45 English
MGT 377  Innovation Management 3 45 English
ACC 233 Financial Accounting 3 45 English
ACC 263 Managerial Accounting 3 45 English
FIN 304 Corporate Finance 3 45 English
FIN 320 Investment Analysis and Portfolio Management 3 45 English
FIN 384 International Finance 3 45 English
FIN 204  Money and Banking 3 45 English
MTH 315 Quantitative Research Methods 3 45 English
MTH 111 Business Mathematics I 3 45 English

**Please contact SWS staff for course description information.