The Honors College is excited to announce that this summer we will have a study abroad experience JUST for Honors students!
Mike Savoie, Interim Dean of the Honors College, Dr. Johnson, Honors professor and German Historian, and Marie Elliot, a Mass Media professor, are organizing the trip. The trip is ten days (June 3-June 13) and is comprised of lots of travel and fun!
The courses offered are Honors 1990, Honors 3999 and Honors 3330 (the Honors option). The professors are willing to work with you if you have a need that they can accomodate, either through a directed study or some other alternative. These courses will be seminar style!
The trip is also offered to Mass Media majors. The Media majors will be responsible for documenting the trip through video blogs and documentaries.
The students will be traveling to:
- the Swiss Alps
- Neuschwanstein Castle
- Heidelberg Castle wine barrel
The total cost of the trip is only $3310! The price includes round trip flights, land transportation, hotels, sightseeing tours and any admission fees into museums or castles. (Yes, castles!)
As part of the Honors College requirements, honors students must fulfill a global experience, which can be accomplished through taking three years of a foreign language OR doing a study abroad.
The Honors College is hosting an information session at 6 pm on November 1st (TOMORROW) in Reade Hall’s lobby!
If you have any questions, comments or concers feel free to contact the Honors College by phone, Facebook, Twitter, email or just leave a comment!