Tentative Dates: June 20 – June 29, 2017
The application deadline for this program has passed.
Look for it again in Summer 2019!
Explore the multifaceted realm of crime and justice in Holland.
Spend 5 days and 4 nights in the Hague (the seat of Dutch government, parliament, Supreme Court, and Council of State). Tour the Hague Police Headquarters, Peace Palace, and International Criminal Court.
Bring textbooks to life by experiencing 4 days in Amsterdam. The program will include the study of law enforcement via a guided tour of the Red Light District, as well as visits to the Prostitution Information Centre and Cannabis College.
Your free time may include: a canal cruise, a viewing of the splendid works of art at the Rijksmuseum, or a visit to the home where Anne Frank and her family hid while she wrote her famous diary.
- HSEC/CRIM 470: International Crime
- Course may be taken as an HONOR Elective
Independent Studies are available at the discretion of the Faculty Director
- Dr. Catherine Cowling
Estimated Program Cost: $4,900 – $5,400
Inclusions: Program fee includes flight, ground transportation, shared housing, most meals, and all entrance fees. Tuition is not included.
Tuition Cost: Tuition will be the Campbell University Summer tuition fee per credit hour.
You can apply for financial aid!
Request an appointment with the Office of Study Abroad to receive the paperwork you need before you talk with the Financial Aid Office.
- Who should go on this trip?
- "All students are welcome and would benefit. Criminal Justice, Homeland Security, and Pre-law majors would benefit especially."
- How will students benefit? What will they get out of it?
- "They will study International Crime and they will get to see the International Criminal Court, Europol, the National Coordinator for Security and Counterterrorism among many other things. They will develop their own research project."
- What’s on your bucket list/what are you most looking forward to on this trip?
- "I hope to visit the Anne Frank House and maybe take the train to Paris. I also look forward to getting pictures, since I lost all pictures from the last time I was in the Netherlands."