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Course Offerings and 
Faculty Participants



In order to participate in the Baylor in Great Britain program, you must take two courses (one primary and one readings). The first course listed below each professor's name is a primary/lecture course. This professor will be your primary professor. You will take field trips with this class and complete class projects together.

Each of the second courses listed above is a readings course. Your second course must be a readings course since we schedule only one primary/lecture period from 8 am to 10 am each day. You may choose to take the second course with your primary professor or with another professor.

Economics –  Dr. James Henderson—Co-Director 
Phone: 710-4139
Email: (click here)
ECO 2306
: Principles of Microeconomics
ECO 3390: Comparative Health Care Systems

Economics – Dr. Charles North; Phone: 710-6229
Email: (click here)
ECO 4318: Law and Economics
ECO 3390: Economics and Religion

English - Dr. Mona Choucair;  Phone: 710-7398
Email: (click here)

ENG 2301: British Literature
ENG 3378: Special Topics: Travel Writing

History Dr. Beth Barr; Phone: 710-3512
Email: (click here)
HIS 1305: World History to 1500
HIS 4340: Special Topics in History: Castles in Medieval England

Management - Dr. Mitch Neubert; Phone: 710-4092
Email: (click here)
MGT 3305
: Organizational Behavior
MGT 4305: Principled Leadership

Marketing - Dr. Mark Dunn; Phone: 710-6175
Email: (click here)
MKT 3305: Principles of Marketing
MKT 4398: Current Issues in Strategic Marketing

PsychologyDr. Charles Weaver —Co-Director 
Phone: 710-2240
Email: (click here)
PSY 3380: Forensic Psychology
PSY 3318: Psychology of Memory

Religion Dr. Derek Dodson; Phone: 710-7282
Email: (click here)
REL 1350: Christian Heritage
REL 3311: Jesus and the Gospels


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