Please check back between September and November as Summer 2014 programs will be added to this website during that timeframe. The programs below are confirmed for summer 2013.
CHINA - Study and site visits in Beijing, Xi’an, and elsewhere. Students will attend lectures on Chinese language, culture, politics, society, and history; interact with Chinese students; and visit The Great Wall, the Forbidden City of the Emperors, the Summer Palace, Tiananmen Square, the Terra Cotta Warriors, and more. (Brochure)
ENGL 4407 - London Theatre - Summer 2013 course in London, England
This course is a serious look at historic and modern theatre. (Brochure) (Application)
For more information please contact Dr. Weiss
ITALY - Architectural History - summer course in Rome, Italy
Immerse yourself in experiential learning - Spend the summer in Rome with ACCENT and ETSU. Explore Italian monuments, churches, museums and galleries, as Rome becomes an extension of your classroom while you are studying art and architecture of the city.
For more information please contact Mr. Ross or visit www.etsurome.com ( Brochure)
POLAND & CZECH REPUBLIC - Politics, Culture, and Society in Central East Europe - PSCI4007. ( Brochure)
SCOTLAND & ENGLAND – PSYC 4077/5077 – Psychological Aspects of Humanitarian Aid
This program will be will be taught June 9 – June 30, 2013.
Students will be introduced to psychological aspects of domestic and international, secular and religious, and short-term and long-term humanitarian aid work, and will critically evaluate their own values, strengths, and weaknesses for such work, and do fieldwork with humanitarian aid workers in Scotland and England (Brochure).
For more information please contact Dr. Clements
SCOTLAND & NORTHERN IRELAND - Experience the cultural offerings and beauty of Northern Ireland, the Scottish Highlands, the Isle of Skye, and the major cities of Glasgow and Edinburgh. Learn about Scottish & Irish folklore and history, storytelling and literature, music and the arts. Attend lectures, discussions, field trips, and performances by outstanding Scottish & Irish professors, musicians, and storytellers. There is an opportunity to independent research - perfect for students in a variety of disciplines. Register for APST/ENGL 4237/5237 - 3 or 6 hours credit - undergraduate or graduate. May 27-June 17 plus on-line preparation and wrap-up. For additional information, please visit the ASIS website.
Contact: Jane MacMorran at email@example.com 439-7992.
TURKEY - PSCI 3850 - Politics of the Middle East
This is a unique opportunity to study politics in this historical, modern, and vibrant city. (Brochure)
For more information please contact Dr. Achilov.