Cordoba

University Information

The public Universidad de Córdoba was founded in 1972, and is the third oldest existing university in Andalucía. With over 18,000 students, the school offers 39 degrees and access to various cultural activities. UCO also maintains three sports pavilions, swimming pools and a variety of courts, competition tracks and fields. Academically, the university offers an assortment of classes – of particular interest to liberal arts students is course work offered in their Social Sciences and Humanities departments, which are conveniently located in the center of this historical city.

Selected Course Offerings

The following courses are among those offered in recent years at the Facultad de Filosofía y letras:

Arquitectura y urbanismo: del movimiento moderno a la globalización
Arqueología y Gestión del Patrimonio
Arqueología de la España prerromana y romana
Arqueología Medieval
Economía y sociedad en la España contemporánea
El legado artístico de Al-Ándalus
Geografía de España
Historia de la Filosofía
Historia Antigua I: Grecia
Historia Medieval de España
Historia Moderna de España
Historia de la España actual
Lingüística
Literatura comparada
Literatura hispánica siglos XVIII y XIX
Literatura hispánica siglos XX y XXI
Literatura hispánica del Siglo de Oro
Museología
Psicolingüística
Territorio y sociedad en España

Additional Offerings

For details on other available courses in Filosofía y Letras, please consult the website. Select a “Grado” (major), then select Planificación de la Enseñanza. You will see a grid of courses. Select “Guía”for course descriptions.

The following courses are among those offered in recent years at the Facultad de Ciencias:

Actividades humanas y medio ambiente
Ecología
Edafología
Fisología vegetal ambiental

For complete listings of science courses, consult the Facultad de Ciencias website. Select a “Grado” (major), then select Planificación de la Enseñanza and Estructura general del plan de studios y guías docentes. You will see a grid of courses. Select “Guía”for course descriptions.