European Odyssey - 2014
Location: U.K., France, Italy, Hungary, Poland, Germany
Take part in our full spring semester "European Odyssey" and earn 16 credits in a global classroom!
VISIT and EXPLORE historic sites, museums, galleries, concert halls,
GAIN a global perspective of Europe.
EARN general education credits in the
TRAVEL to other destinations on your own (optional)!
Qualified and committed faculty have crafted this program to be intellectually stimulating, educationally challenging and personally enjoyable. Dr. John Minniear from the Department of Music and Liberal studies and Dr. Heike Alberts from the Geography and Urban Studies Department will be in residence with the student group throughout the semester. Dr. Minniear’s courses will focus on European culture, values and the arts, while Dr. Alberts’ course will feature topics in European Geography. Two additional faculty will join in the European Odyssey for two-week residencies in London and Berlin. Dr. Monika Hohbein-Deegen from the Department of Foreign Languages will cover the Interdisciplinary / International Studies topic: “Germany-from Separation to Reunification.” Dr. Larry Carlin from the Department of Philosophy will present “Philosophy in Britain, from the 17th century.”
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