CCSA London Winter Program
Use the city of London as a resource and classroom as you explore the forces responsible for bringing to a close the modern age and the development of the current post-modern worldview.
This program is operated through the Cooperative Center for Study Abroad (CCSA). Applications are available on the CCSA website.
CCSA London Winter Program 2013-2014
December 26, 2013 - January 8, 2014
(Apply by Sept. 14 to receive a $1000 discount)
Students will travel to London, England with faculty directors Dr. Katey Brown (Art History) or Professor Carolyn Embree (English). Course options are Art History (Tier 1 or H2b) History of Western Art in London Museums or English (Tier 1 or H2b) The English Essay of the 18th Century. Each course is the 3 credit hours, which will be applied to your Spring 2014 flat-rate course load.
Students must apply and be accepted through the Office of Global Learning and CCSA.
For more information, download a program flyer from the file gallery at the right or contact Rachel Hosler (email@example.com), Dr. Katey Brown (firstname.lastname@example.org), Carolyn Embree (email@example.com) or Dr. Mark Rogers (firstname.lastname@example.org).