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STUDY ABROAD CLASSES

 

 



                                       Upcoming Programs -  Rome
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Information Source: 
http://department.sunysuffolk.edu/StudyAbroad/
         





For more than three thousand years,
Rome has been at the center of  Western Civilization.  From the ancient Foro Romano to the Trevi Fountain, to the fashionable Via Condotti, Rome has it all and displays it proudly.
 
       Travel dates: July 2-30.
       Cost: approximately $3,000, plus air,
                  tuition, and fees
 

Program Leaders 


                
  
Professor Nick Hoffman
          hoffmakm@sunysuffolk.edu
          631 451-4770

          Professor Scott Giaccone
          giaccos@sunysuffolk.edu
          631 451-4798

CLASSES OFFERED

 LAW295 / BL51  -  International Law:
 
Study of International Law as the normative
  representation of the system of values common
  to all societies. The framework of this course
  will recognize that states are the principal
  actors in the legal system. The topics 
  addressed will include human rights, group
  rights, the  treatment of aliens, and international
  crimes

             CRN# 60558 and 60559
 


 BUS141 BA62 -  Fundamentals of
 International Business:

  Familiarizes business students with
  international business concepts and
  practices.  Special attention given to
  organizational structure of international
  business; letters of credit; bills of exchange;
  foreign drafts;  technical procedures;
  documentation; foreign, consular, and
  domestic regulations; foreign credits;
  insuring and financing; and exports.
  No prerequisite.

 


For additional information about the Study Abroad programs please visit the
Department at:
http://department.sunysuffolk.edu/StudyAbroad/
 
      
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