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Short-Term Programs

Winter Session 2018

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January 1-14, 2018, Anth 2303, 2 cr, led by Cristina Ortiz, Assistant Professor of Anthropology, and Clement Loo, Assistant Professor of Environmental Studies.

May and Summer Session 2018

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May 20 - June 9, 2018, IS 3053, 4 cr (ENVT), led by Julie Eckerle, Professor of English, and Jimmy Schryver, Associate Professor of Art History.
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June 15 - July 3, 2018, CMR 2323, 4 cr (IP), led by Barbara Burke, Associate Professor of Communication, Media, and Rhetoric.
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June 27 - August 1, 2018, Fren 1021 (IP), Fren 1023 (FL), or Fren 3060 (IP), 4 cr, led by Sarah Buchanan, Associate Professor of French.
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July 10 - July 31, 2018, ESci 2201 (ENVT) or Geol 4130, led by Jim Cotter, Professor of Geology.

Long-Term Programs

Academic Year or Semester Exchanges

China

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Enroll in a yearlong or single semester program with all courses offered in English for undergraduates.
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Students typically enroll in 24–30 credits per year or 12–15 per semester. Previous study of Chinese is encouraged but not required.

France

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Take courses in any of the areas offered by Universitès Lille 1 Sciences et Technologie and by Lille 3 Sciences humaines et sociales.

Germany

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Potsdam is a beautiful city full of parks, lakes, and magnificent palaces, not to mention culture and history.

Italy

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Live and take classes in the compound of a 13th century castle. Experience and study the environmental challenges of living sustainably in the Italian Alps.

Japan (only Morris students may apply)

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Students take their choice Asian Studies Program courses from a variety of disciplines.

Korea

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Enroll in a year-long or single semester program with all courses offered in English for undergraduates.

Mexico

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Located in the middle of Puebla City, this program is ideal for students who want to know authentic Mexican daily life and culture.

SHORT AND LONG-TERM

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Learn firsthand how culture affects teaching and learning.

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