The London Liberal Arts program offers students the opportunity to take major, minor, and core courses at the Fordham London Centre in Art History, Communications, Economics, English Literature, Film and TV, History, Music, Philosophy, Political Science, Theatre, and Theology as well as one module (course) offered at Queen Mary, University of London (Fall Only); City University; or University of Westminster. Students enroll in the equivalent of 15-18 US credits.
Second semester sophomores will take all of their courses at the Fordham London Centre.
For a list of courses with descriptions and syllabi, please visit the Fordham London Centre website.
Students in the Liberal Arts program are required to enroll in one of the following three courses:
- ENGL 3915: London Modernisms (4 credits)
- ENGL 3206: Shakespeare (4 Credits)
- ARHI 3480: Art and Architecture in London (4 Credits)
Gabelli School of Business Electives
Students are eligible to enroll in one course offered in the GSB London program to satisfy Business Administration minor requirements:
- Financial Management (3 Credits)
- Legal Frameworks of Business (3 Credits)
- Marketing Principles (3 Credits)
Learn more and apply for the semester internship program.
Students may opt to take 1 course (module) at one of our three partner universities in London. These direct enroll courses (modules) offer students the experience of studying within the British system. For a listing of possible modules available at the various universities in London, please select the links below. Please note that 10 UK credits are generally equivalent to 3 credits at Fordham and 15 UK credits are generally equivalent to 4 credits at Fordham.
Please note that the British university academic calendar is different from Fordham's, so in the spring semester particularly the term will begin earlier and end later than a semester at Fordham. For precise dates, please review the information at each university's link below.
City University (Course subject links are listed towards the bottom of the page)
Queen Mary, University of London (Fall Term Only- Search the module catalog as an "Associate Student" to find courses)
University of Westminster (Courses are listed by subject in PDF documents)