Faculty Led Programs

What is a Faculty Led Short Term Program?
Faculty-led study abroad programs are academic experiences/programs that are initiated, organized, and carried out by faculty members, with assistance from Study Abroad. Programs may range in length from a week-long program over a university break to two – four week program over the summer. A faculty-led short term program involves both traditional learning and experiential learning opportunities in an international setting.

Programs Available:

SPRING BREAK

LE 300: War and Culture – Japan 2020
Program
:  Faculty Led Program – LE300F Integrative & Interdisciplinary Learning Capstone

Professor(s): Roberta Park Location: Hiroshima & Osaka, Japan
Program Dates:  March 7 – 15, 2020 Course(s):  LE300F War & Culture
Academic Notes:  2.5 GPA required. Costs: Park 3 credit
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MAYMESTER

LE300A: The Psychological & Literary Impact of the Holocaust – Germany and Poland 2020

Program: Faculty Led Program – Germany & Poland
Professor(s): Dr. Brian Cowley
Location: Nuremberg, Germany & Lublin & Krakow, Poland
Program Dates: May 11 – 20, 2020
Academic Notes:  2.5 GPA required. Costs: Park 3 credit
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MG490 & MBA670: Cross Cultural Management – Spain & Portugal 2020
Program: Faculty Led Program – Spain & Portugal
Professor(s): Dr. Adrian James
Location: Barcelona & Seville, Spain | Lisbon, Portugal
Program Dates: May 9 – 19, 2020
Course(s): MG490: Special Topics in Business Administration
MBA670: Special Topics in Business
Academic Notes:  2.5 GPA required (Undergrad) 3.0 GPA (Graduate)
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