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Political Science, International Affairs & Public Administration

College of Arts and Sciences

Fall 2019

International Relations of East Asia

International Relations of East  Asia

PSCI 5957   Fall 2019

Tuesdays and Thursdays:


Information: Dr. Kimberly Wilson

Open to all Majors/Sample Degree/ Completion Information:

For International Affairs Majors Course in 'Issues in International Affairs'

For Political Science Majors: International Relations course above 3000

For Japanese Minors: Guided Elective


ETSU Pre-Summer  and Summer Session 2019


Study Abroad in China

Politics, History and Culture of China

PSCI 4007/5007 (3 credit hours in Political Science)
HIST 4007/5007 (3 credit hours in History)

In-country dates: May 13 - May 26, 2019

 Locations:  Beijings, Xi'an, & the Shaolin Temple

Learn about China's politics, history, and culture through visits to major sites such as the Great Wall, the Terracotta Warriors, and the Shaolin Temple.

Estimated Cost:  $4,150 (includes all expenses except ETSU tuition)

Financial aid & scholarships available

$500 due by January 31, 2019

Images of China

For more information contact:

Dr. Kimberly Wilson at

Dr. Henry Antkiewicz at


Study Abroad in Poland & the Czech Republic

Politics, History, & Culture in Central East Europe

PSCI 4194/5194 (3 cr.)

Warsaw, Krakow, Prague
June 4-20, 2019


Study and site visits:

  • Warsaw Uprising Museum
  • Auschwitz-Birkenau
  • Schindler Factory and Museum
  • St. Mary’s Basilica
  • Wawel Cathedral
  • Museum of Communism
  • the Czech Senate
  • Prague Castle
  • Sedlec Ossuary/Bone Church
  • and more.


  • with the U.S. Consulate
  • Polish MP (Sejm)
  • Czech Senator
  • Jagellonian University faculty
  • Radio Free Europe/Radio Liberty
  • among others.


$2000 due February 11
(airfare nonrefundable)

$2000 due March 29

*includes program costs + airfare

Scholarships Financial aid available
including TN lottery money, available for summer school tuition

Cost for students:
$2700* twin hotel accommodations with private bath, transportation to/from airports, train tickets, private coach, overnight train Krakow-Prague, public transportation passes, academic/professional meetings and excursions, entrance fees, daily breakfast, welcome and farewell dinners, gratuities, health & travel insurance
+ $1300 airfare (approximate)
+ $ 410 (approximate) for meals not included in program
+ $1236 undergraduate tuition & fees, $1761 for graduate tuition & fees

*cost is estimate and subject to change
Passport, travel to/from assembly point in U.S., personal and misc. expenses not included

Castle in Poland

Castle in Poland


For further information contact:
Dr. Michele Crumley
Dept. of Political Science, International Affairs,
and Public Administration




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