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India -- December 27, 2013-January 9, 2014

Spend your winter break in India as you earn course credit and experience live in local villages! Visit cities like New Delhi, Agra, and Lucknow, where you will sightsee and participate in service learning projects with local villagers. Course offered is SOCI 352: Sociology of India (3). Cost of the program is $3,808 and includes airfare, hotel, meals, foreign transportation and gratuities. For more information, contact Dr. David Tabachnick (x8401).

London -- March 7-16, 2014

Spend Spring Break in London, where you will visit the British Museum, National Gallery, Tate Modern, National Portrait Gallery, Westminster Abbey, attend West End productions, and go on several daytrips in England! Courses offered are: IDIS 275: Arts & Humanities in Western Culture (3), HIST 250: Study Abroad Seminar (3), and HIST 313: Later Middle Ages (3). Cost of the program is $2882 and includes airfare, ground transportation, hotel, food, daytrips, and admission to museums and churches. For more information, contact Dr. Kekoa Kahluiokalani (x8262) or Dr. Amy Bosworth (x8424).

The Intersection of Commerce and Culture: Rome, Florence, and Paris -- Spring Break 2014

Imagine spending your Spring Break touring Rome, Florence, and Paris. Drop a coin in the Trevi Fountain. Climb the stairs of the Duomo. See the Eifel Tower. Do all this while earning academic credit! Courses offered are: BUSI 412: International Business (3); FREN 123: Masterpieces of French Literature in Translation (3); FREN 310: Study Abroad Seminar (1); and ECON 411: The Global Fashion Industry (3). Cost of the program is $3416 and includes airfare, lodging, breakfast, dinner, museum fees, tour guide fees, and land transportation. For more information, contact Dr. Joe Nowakowski (x8206) or Dr. Jean Morris (x8252).

Grand Tour (Turkey, Greece, and Italy) -- May 13-May 28, 2014

Start off your summer vacation right by traveling to and studying about Turkey, Greece, and Italy! You will visit sites like the Hagia Sophia, Topkapi Palace and Harem, Blue Mosque, Galata Tower, Basilica Cisterns, Suleyman Mosque, and Grand Bazaar in Istanbul, Turkey. In Athens, Greece, you'll visit the Acropolis and see the Parthenon, Erechtheum, Propylaea, and Theatre of Dionysus. Your travel closes in Italy, where you will visit several sites in Rome and Florence. Courses offered include: ENGL 385: Readings in World Literature, Turkey, Greece, Italy (3), HIST 250: Study Abroad Seminar (3), and HIST 313: Later Middle Ages (3). Cost of the program is $4137 and includes transportation to and within Europe, hotels, admission fees, and selected meals. For more information, contact Dr. Kekoa Kahluiokalani (x8262) or Dr. Amy Bosworth (x8424).

China --June 12-June 23, 2014

Start your summer off with a jaunt to China where you will visit Beijing, Xi'an, Hangzhou, Suzhou, Wuxi, and Shanghai. You'll see famous Chinese sites like Tiananmen Square, the Forbidden City, the Summer Palace, The Great Wall, the 2008 Olympic Complex, the Silk Road, Terra Cotta warriors, and more. Students can choose to take ART 112: Drawing (ART 212: Drawing II) OR ART 141: Photography and WRLD 360: Topics in Chinese Language and Culture. Cost of the program is $3994 and includes international and domestic transportation, three meals a day, hotels, tickets to tourist sites, and gratuities. For more information, contact Mr. Yan Sun (x8105) or Dr. Hong Yin (x8193).