Undergraduate Course Offerings & Registration

Course Registration for International Students

Once you have been accepted as an Exchange Student by UTDT, the International Program Office will assist you in determining the course offerings for your semester of study.  In the meantime you may use these documents  to complete the Course Preference section of the online application. 

ALL OF OUR UNDERGRADUATE COURSES ARE TAUGHT IN SPANISH.

Below you will also find the course descriptions in English, to help facilitate the approval of course credit at your home university with exchange coordinators, professors and other authorities who may not read Spanish.

The International Programs Office organizes some courses each semester that are especially designed to be of interest to our exchange students. Some of them are open to Argentine students as well, and others are reserved only for international ones. The courses are all taught in Spanish and have the same number of contact hours and level of academic rigor as our regular UTDT courses.

International Programs Office courses offered 1st semester 2015


CÓDIGO
MATERIA
PROFESOR
HORARIO
AULAS
9996
Orígenes y Evolución del Movimiento Peronista en la Argentina
Ernesto Cussianovich
martes y jueves 8 a 9.40hs
A114
9993
Cine Contemporáneo Argentino
Clara Kriger
miércoles 13.30 a 17hs
A107
9972
Jorge Salessi
lunes y miércoles 11.40 a 13.20hs
A114
9992
Mariano Turzi
lunes y viernes 15.20 a 17hs
A206
9994
Tópicos de la Literatura Argentina Contemporánea*
Martin Kohan
jueves 9.50 a 13.20hs
A205

International Programs Office courses offered 2nd semester 2015

CODE
COURSE
PROFESSOR
LANGUAGE
9980
Claudia Soria
SPANISH
9996
Ernesto Cussianovich
SPANISH
9972
Jorge Salessi
SPANISH
9994
Rebecca Wolpin 
SPANISH
9975 
Tópicos de la Literatura Argentina Contemporánea*
Martin Kohan
SPANISH
9958
Edgardo Dielke
ENGLISH
9959
Florencia Battiti
ENGLISH
9957
Mariano Turzi
ENGLISH

  • You can see the list of courses of each major (all taught in spanish):

Architecture

Business Administration

Business Economics

Economics

History

International Studies

Law

Political Science and Government

Social Sciences

Please confirm with our office that the classes in which you are interested will be offered during the semester that you visit (exchange@utdt.edu).

Formal registration will be held during the first weeks of classes, at which time you may modify your selections.

Di Tella will make every effort to accommodate your request for courses, but cannot guarantee spaces in specific courses. If necessary, priority will be given based on your discipline at your home university (i.e., students from business schools will have priority in business classes).

Di Tella's grading system

A
outstanding
10
ten
A-
outstanding minus
9
nine
B+
very good plus
8
eight
B
very good
7
seven
B-
very good minus
6
six
C+
satisfactory plus
5
five
C
satisfactory 
4
four
D
fail
2
two
F
fail
1
one