COIL classes allow students to study with students from other countries without the cost of travel. These classes use Internet-based tools like Skype and Moodle to connect with students from other institutions around the globe. Students from partnering colleges in other countries enroll in shared courses with faculty members from each country co-teaching and managing the coursework.
SUNY Ulster is a leader among SUNY campuses in creating dynamic overseas partnerships. We offer COIL classes in many of our programs. Participating in a COIL class provides students with experiences sought after by employers as well as transfer colleges and universities.
To find out more about expanding your horizons, contact Academic Travel, 845-687-5134
|Instructor||Course||Code & Section
|Keri McArdle||Introduction to Human Services||HUS 103||Universidad de la Salle NoroEste, Mexico|
|Vicky Harris||Aspects of Aging||HUS 207||Universidad de la Salle NoroEste, Mexico|
|Kristin Flynn||Fashion||FAS 224||Universidad de la Salle NoroEste, Mexico|
|William Sheldon||Business Ethics||BUS 249-01||Universidad de la Salle NoroEste, Mexico|
|Sean Nixon||Graphic Design II||ART 262||Universidad de la Salle NoroEste, Mexico|
|William Sheldon||Principles of Management||BUS 161-01||FATEC Americana São Paulo, Brazil|
|Alfred Ragucci||Principles of Management||BUS 161-05||FATEC San Carlos, San Carlos, Brazil|
|Kelly Newkirk||Restraint and Handling||VTS 159-01. 02||Universidad de Sonora, Mexico|
|Kathleen Bruegging||Intermediate Spanish I||SPA 201||Universidad de Tijuana, México|
|Kathleen Bruegging||Advanced Conversational Spanish||SPA 207||Universidad de Tijuana, Mexico|