Summer European Studies

Short Courses 2018

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Block I

Dates:  May 28 – June 15 (dates will be finalized Spring 2018)

Costs:  3 hours summer tuition plus $750 housing

Courses Offered:

INTL 3313 - International Business

  • Professor – Dr. Don Drew
  • Required by all business majors
  • Counts toward the International Studies Minor
  • Sites include visits to European businesses

ENGL/COMM/SOCI/MISS 4633 - Intercultural Communication

  • Professor – Dr. Gail Nash
  • Fulfills requirements in TEFL, Psychology, Family Studies, Communication, International Business and Missions
  • Counts as an elective Bible and towards the International Studies Minor
  • Provides opportunities to interact with non-native English speakers including refugees, site visit to the United Nations

 Block II

Dates:  June 25 – July 13 (dates will be finalized Spring 2018)

Costs:  3 hours summer tuition plus $750 housing

Courses Offered:

PSYC 4713 – History and Systems in Psychology

  • Professor – Dr. Tina Winn
  • Fulfills requirements for degrees in Psychology
  • Satisfies a liberal arts credit in most degrees; no special pre-requisite required
  • Site visits include Freud House, Viktor Frankl Museum, oldest psychiatric hospital

MISS/SOCI 3513- World Religions

  • Professor – Dr. Bob Carpenter
  • Satisfies a non-Western or Bible elective credit
  • Counts towards the International Studies Minor
  • Site visits include Jewish Museums, Grand Mosque and Cathedrals

Additional Information

Application deadline is April 1, 2018.   A $250 non-refundable housing deposit is required to secure your spot. 

Other costs including airfare, local transportation and food will be at the student’s expense.  Students may select a group airfare option or book their own airline tickets.

Pell grants can be applied towards tuition and housing.  Additional loans are available; see your financial counselor for more information. 

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Summer is a beautiful time to explore Europe. Summer school doesn't have to be spent sitting in a classroom. Instead, you can visit beautiful gardens, spend the afternoon in an art museum, climb a mountain, and learn history on site in some of the ancient cities in Europe.