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Business in Spain: 10 Day Program
*Alumni and Friends Welcome*
May 17 - May 26, 2013
Courses Offered: Business Elective (BUS 590/790)
Faculty Directors: Dr. LeJon Poole, Dr. Katherine Lawrence, and Dr. Edward Fubara
Approximate Cost: $3500-$3900
Learn about the business and economic global practices from leaders in these industries. Visit with business owners in Madrid, Valencia, and Barcelona. Explore the interaction of history, culture, and business while visiting numerous sites of historic and modern interest in Spain.
Great Britain: Literature in England, Scotland, and Wales
May 20 - June 18, 2013
Courses Offered: Brit Lit I (ENGL 201), Brit Lit II (ENGL 202), Special Topics in Brit Lit (ENGL 419), and independent studies at discretion of faculty director
Faculty Director: Dr. Donna Waldron
Approximate Cost: $4400-$4600
Experience life and culture in London town by living like a local. Bring British Literature to life! Visit the historic sites of England, Scotland, and Wales that inspired the greatest literature of Great Britain. Sites in England include Stonehenge, Bath, the Lake District, the Globe, Westminster Abbey, and St. Paul's Cathedral. Participants will also travel to Edinburgh, Scotland and Cardiff, Wales to explore castles and cathedrals.
Costa Rica: Ecology and Spanish
June 1 - June 22, 2013
Courses Offered: Spanish at any level (SPAN 101 - SPAN 232), Costa Rican Culture (SPAN 342), Natural Science in Costa Rica (ENVS 100, BIOL 260, or ENVS 327), and independent studies at discretion of faculty directors -- (ENVS 327 prerequisites: BIOL 111, 202, 203, and 205 - Approval by instructor required)
Faculty Directors: Dr. Rene Ibarra and Dr. John Bartlett
Approximate Cost: $3300-$3700
Students will spend a month in Alejuela, Costa Rica living with Costa Rican families and attending the local Spanish language school, ICLC. Through hiking, exploring rainforests and volcanoes, learning to salsa, and white water rafting, students bring their Spanish and Ecology studies to life in exciting new ways! Students have the option to zip line through the cloud forest and/or extend their stay in Costa Rica at the completion of the program to volunteer in local service learning projects through the Spanish language school (ICLC).
Italy: Religion, Philosophy, and Art History
May 14 - June 5, 2013
Courses Offered: Intro to Philosophy (PHIL 121), Intro to Christianity (RELG 125), Ancient and Medieval Theology and Philosophy (RELG 324), Art History I (ART 231), and independent studies at discretion of faculty director
Faculty Director: Dr. Adam English
Approximate Cost: $4400 - $4600
Be inspired by the art, culture, and food of Italy! Sites include Rome, the Colosseum, the Vatican, and the Pantheon, Assisi, Umbria, and Florence. The program also includes a week long service learning experience through volunteering and living at a Christian children's camp in the Italian countryside.
Criminal Justice in London & Paris
May 12 - June 8, 2013
Courses Offered: National and International Security (CRIM 461), Critical Issues in Criminal Justice (CRIM 470), and independent studies at discretion of faculty directors
Faculty Directors: Dr. Cathy Cowling and Dr. David Gray
Approximate Cost: $4400 - $4600
Investigate the historic and modern justice systems of the UK and Netherlands/France. Sites in London include Jack the Ripper Tour, Scotland Yard, MI5, Old Bailey Courts, and the Tower of London. The program is based in London, but includes a visit to Paris to meet leaders in Criminal Justice studies at the a number of universities and explore the workings of Interpol and other international security forces. Program focuses on issues of international politics and security.