An interdisciplinary study abroad course, offering students a unique insight into what is offered via traditional classroom experience. This class will study different aspects of a specific society. Students will interact directly with the idiosyncrasies of a specific culture and understand aspects such as: language, history, food, currency, religion, architecture, and ideas. The course will consist of combinations of lectures, tours, field research, cultural events, interviews, meetings with local experts, and a journal. Prerequisites: Instructor's Approval Needed
Below is a list of the planned HUM.225 course sections for this semester and near future. The seat availability shown below is not updated in real time and may be out of date. Please keep in mind that course sections may be cancelled, changed, or otherwise altered before the course section start date.