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All students in Tracks A and B may choose to enroll in Université Genèvè courses from the departments listed below. The language requirement to take full advantage of the courses is advanced. Some courses taught in English are available for students with less than two years of French (mostly in the spring semester).

Courses in classical studies, gender studies, French, English, cinema, art history, history, civilization in the Middle Ages, linguistics, comparative literature, musicology, philosophy. For Foreign languages (Chinese, Japanese, Arabic, Russian), classes include more hours than at Smith

Courses in social sciences, geography, social history, sociology, political science, socioeconomics, international law and international relations.

Courses in Economics, International Management, International trade.

One of the oldest translation schools in the world, the FTI of the Université de Genève offers courses in translation, linguistics, multilingual communication, and interpretation.

Students with a 3.5 GPA or higher can take one course in the fields of nternational Studies, Sociology, Development, International Economics and Law at the Graduate Institute. Courses are provided in French or in English, all papers and oral presentations can be in either language. The Graduate Institute is a unique institution between the academic world and international organizations. All students on the program can benefit from its libraries and unique research atmosphere.

The university also houses the Faculté des Sciences, Faculté de Psychologie et d'Education and the Faculté de Théologie. The Schools of Medicine and Law are not open to students on the Smith Geneva Program.