Peru, South America - Experience the wonders of the Andes in this in-depth program spanning Peru's multi-layered pre-Inca, Inca and Spanish colonial past. Travel through Peru's uniquely different regions while enjoying in-depth tours of important Inca sites like Cusco, Ollantaytambo and Machu Picchu. Marvel at the flight of Andean condors at the rim of Colca Canyon and enjoy the hospitality of indigenous people on the island of Amantani, situated over 12,000 feet above sea level on Lake Titicaca. Visit the Spanish colonial cities of Lima and Arequipa as we follow the path of the Conquistadors through the crown jewel of their New World Empire. Earn 6 Credits Courses: HIS 118 - MAJOR WORLD CULTURES HIS 110 -COLONIAL LATIN AMERICA
Summer Session I Tentative dates: June 9-30, 2013 Cost: Approximately $2,700.00 plus air, tuition and fees
Glastonbury, UK- Students will experience "living" in England when staying together in the farm-style Bed and Breakfast, Nut Tree Farm. Excursions to Stonehenge, castles, caves, museums and more, in and around Glastonbury and Somerset, England.
Earn 6 Credits Courses: ANT 201 -FIELDWORK IN ANTHROPOLOGY ANT 295- SPECIAL TOPICS IN ANTHROPOLOGY Culture and Lifeways in SW England:Neolithic through the present
Summer Session I On campus meetings: mornings May 28, 29, 2013
Travel dates: May 29 to June 24, 2013 Cost: $3,600 plus air, tuition and fees
Sorrento- A wonderful resort town, Sorrento lines the cliffs overlooking the Bay of Naples and Mt. Vesuvius.Presumed to be of Greek origin and much loved by the Romans as a summer retreat, Sorrento was rediscovered by 18th centrury tourists. The breathtaking Amalfi Coast, historic ruins of Pompeii, mystical temples of Paestum, famous island of Capri with its Blue Lagoon and amazing cave with the most crystalline waters imaginable, and, splendor of Naples are all within easy reach of Sorrento. Pass through villages built along the cliffs that have some of the most beautiful architecture in Italy.
Overnight excursions to Florence, Rome and Venice One day excursions to Capri, Caserta, Pompeii and The Amalfi Coast.
Earn Six to Nine Credits Courses: ITALIAN LANGUAGE AND CULTURE BUS141 - INTERNATIONAL BUSINESS COM202 - INTERCULTURAL COMMUNICATION
Summer Session II On campus meetings:Coming Soon Travel dates: July 8 - August 2, 2013 Cost: Approximately $3,400-$3500, plus air, tuition, and fees.
Florence- Study Culinary Arts in the birthplace of the Italian Renaissance. This program is offered to students in the SCCC Culinary Arts curriculum. Included in the program are Culinary and Baking classes, as well as an internship at a Florentine restaurant. Some meals included.
Excursions to: Parma, Modena and an overnight trip to Rome.
Courses: ITL101 - ELEMENTARY ITALIAN (Spring Semester) CUL240 - CULINARY ARTS INTERNSHIP
Additionally, students will choose from two programs of study, with culinary arts or baking and pastry arts options, and will participate in an internship and an advanced workshop tailored to their academic curriculum.
Summer Session I Travel dates:June 1 - June 29, 2013 Cost: Approximately $4,400, plus air, tuition and fees
Santiago de Compostela- Discover lush emerald green valleys, picturesque vineyards, secluded fishing villages, dramatic river estuaries, amazing beaches, medieval towns, Roman walls, museums, monasteries and churches full of modern and ancient art. Enjoy the Spanish way of life, vibrant summer street fairs and medieval markets, concerts, and much much more.
Daily guided tours and other cultural activities every afternoon. Excursions to: , ancient city of Lugo, a stage of Saint James' Way and a boat trip to the Ons Island
Earn Six to Nine Credits Courses: Required: Spanish Lanuage (at appropriate level) and/or one Spanish Culture course taught in English. Select from: SPN221 - CULTURE AND CIVILIZATION OF SPAIN SPN224 - SPAIN THROUGH ITS CINEMA ENG295 - SPAIN IN LITERATURE
Summer Session II Travel dates: July 3 - July 29, 2013 Cost: Approximately $2,700-$2,800, plus air, tuition, and fees.
All program fees exclude tuition, air travel to program sites and most meals. Consult the Office of General Education for specific details. All dates and fees are subject to change, based upon local availability and currency fluctuations
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