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2012 Fall / Ősz 
 Characterisation: using cultural distinctiveness to manage cultural heritage assets and collections (40 hours): Graham Bell - 2012 FallSummary
 «The past is a foreign country». Geographical models of European identities (40 hours): Mario Neve - 2012Summary
 Management of Cultural Heritage and EU Policies I. (20 hours): Prof. Dr. Tibor Palánkai - 2012Summary
 Built heritage and local governance (20 hours): Dr. Katalin Pallai - 2012Summary
MA PROGRAM IN CULTURAL HERITAGE MANAGEMENT AND SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT - KULTURÁLIS ÖRÖKSÉGMENEDZSMENT ÉS FENNTARTHATÓ FEJLŐDÉS 
 Intercultural communication (40 hours): Prof. Dr. György Csepeli - CHM_10/11_spri-01Summary
 Környezetgazdaságtan (40 óra): Marjainé Dr. Szerényi Zsuzsanna - CHM_10/11_fall-01Summary
 Zöld gazdaságpolitika (40 óra): Dr. Kiss Károly - CHM_10/11_fall-02Summary
 Társadalmi és gazdasági költséghaszonelemzés (40 óra): Dr. Csutora Mária - CHM_10/11_fall-03Summary
 Környezet és kulturális örökség értékelés (40 óra): Marjainé Dr. Szerényi Zsuzsanna - CHM_10/11_fall-04 Summary
 Cultural Heritage – Legal Background and Case Studies (40 hours): Dr. Gábor Kardos, dr. Judit Kata VirágSummary
 Characterisation: using cultural distinctiveness to manage cultural heritage assets and collections (40 hours): Graham BellSummary
 «The past is a foreign country». Geographical models of European identities (40 hours): Mario NeveSummary
 Managing the Past: the ambiguity of Cultural Heritage in today’s Europe (40 hours): Tor Einar FagerlandSummary

Heritage and the Society 
 Movable & Immovable Heritage and the Society; Heritage Interpretation (20 hours): Dr. Péter Deme and Dr. Ildikó DeákSummary

Economics of Heritage and Heritage Management in a Global Context 
 Heritage sites and management in Asia (20 hours): Dr. József Laszlovszky and Dr. János JelenSummary
 Management of Cultural Heritage and EU Policies I. and II. (40 hours): Prof. Dr. Tibor Palánkai and Dr. Ákos KengyelSummary

Menedzsmentelmélet 
 Klasszikus menedzsmentelmélet - I. rész (20 óra) - Prof. Dr. Gaál ZoltánSummary
 Klasszikus menedzsmentelmélet - II. rész (20 óra) - Prof. Dr. Gaál ZoltánSummary

Intangible and Art Heritage 
 Theatre and performance in cultural heritage (20 hours): Dr. Ildikó SiratóSummary
 Art and Aesthetics: National and Universal Cultural Heritage (20 hours): Dr. Zoltán LőrinczSummary

Financing and Marketing 
 Financing the Cultural Heritage Management Institutions and Presenting the Cultural Heritage (20 hours): Dr. Csilla SiklódiSummary

Spacial and Settlement Planning 
 Built heritage and local governance (20 hours): Dr. Katalin PallaiSummary
 Protection and development of landscape and gardening art heritage (20 hours): Dr. Ágnes HerczegSummary

Theory of Cultural Heritage 
 Methodology of Cultural Heritage Studies (20 hours): Dr. József LaszlovszkySummary
MA PROGRAM IN INTERNATIONAL ECONOMIC RELATIONS WITH A SPECIALIZATION IN EUROPEAN STUDIES 
 Our Global Food System: A Framework in Crisis (40 hours): Dr. James Skelly / Teaching Assistant: Jenna Goodhand - IER_10/11_spri-01Summary
 Research Methods in Social Sciences (40 hours): Carmen Gabriela Greab - IER_10/11_spri-02Summary
 Construction of Marginal Social Groups (40 hours): Mónika Mátay Ph.DSummary
 Symbolic Geography: East and West in Modern European Historical-Political Thought (40 hours): Dr. Attila PókSummary
 The contemporary China (40 hours): Zsolt Takács, MBASummary
 History of European Integration (40 hours): Krisztina Arató Ph.DSummary
 EU Law and Institutions (40 hours): Matej AccettoSummary
 The History of Political Ideas in the Twentieth Century (40 hours): J. D. MiningerSummary
 Central Europe: concept, identity and politics in the 20th century (40 hours): Dr. István BariskaSummary
 The European Union’s External Relations and Development Policy (40 hours): Dr. Balázs Szent-IványiSummary
 The Global Conversation I (40 hours): Dr. James SkellySummary
 The Global Conversation II (40 hours): Dr. James SkellySummary
 Self, Identity & Conflict (40 hours): Dr. James SkellySummary
 Global Governance and Global Civil Society (40 hours): Jody JensenSummary
 Global Transformations (40 hours): Jody JensenSummary