To apply, you must be a currently-enrolled, degree-seeking undergraduate UW-Eau Claire student. You must be in good academic standing and have a minimum cumulative resident GPA of 2.8. You may apply as a freshman, but you must have at least sophomore standing and have completed Spanish 301 by the time the program begins.
The Murcia program is an academic year program only.
During your first semester in Murcia you will take Spanish language and culture courses for international students. Courses will not be with other local Spanish students. You will take a language placement test upon arrival, which will determine the level of courses you will take.
During your second Semester you will be able to enroll in regular courses along side local Spanish students. Courses are available in the following disciplines:
Arts (classics, English, French, geography, history, history of art, Spanish, translation and interpreting); Biology (biology, environmental sciences); Economy and Business (business administration & management, business management, combined studies in law with business administration & management, economics, market technology & research, sociology); Education (educational psychology, elementary education, English & French, infant education, music education, pedagogy, physical education, psycho-pedagogy, social education, teacher training-special needs education); Fine Arts; Chemistry (biochemistry, chemistry, chemical engineering, optics & optometry, physics); Communication and Documentation Sciences (advertising & public relations, documentation, library sciences & documentation, journalism); Computer Science; Industrial Relations; Law (law, political & administration sciences, public management & administration); Mathematics; Nursing and Social Work; Philosophy; Psychology; Veterinary Medicine (veterinary science, food science & technology).
Hints for researching regular courses:
1. To research courses for the second semester, click on Regular Course Information.
2. The link brings you to list of schools/colleges within the university. Click on one, and on the left hand sidebar, click on estudios. That will give you a list of degree programs.
3. Click on plan de estudios, to see a list of courses for that major.
4. To get more information on individual courses click on programas de asignaturas, or guias docente.
For more information about how specific ISEP-Murcia courses have transferred back to UW-Eau Claire, go to: http://www.uwec.edu/oakdev/rar850/C8959.htm Please keep in mind that this is a historical record of past course equivalencies. There is no guarantee that the same courses will be offered in the future, or that they will be offered during the term in which you are abroad.
The program begins in mid-September and runs till mid-July.
updated 3/5/13 sw