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Faculty Led Courses Abroad

2017-2018 Albright Faculty-Led Programs
 Albright Faculty-Led Programs-Albright professors often lead programs abroad during the January interim session, spring break or summer sessions. To find out about current faculty-led programs please contact Kim Justeson. Upcoming trips include:


Interim 2018 Courses
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-Comparative Cultures in Ecuador: Earn Credits for one of the following: Sociology (SOC 295), Spanish (SPA395) or Global Connections. For more information contact Dr. Jennings bjennings@albright.edu or visit:http://faculty.albright.edu/ecuador. Approximate cost-$4,200. 


-Tropical Ecology in Costa Rica: Earn credits for upper level Biology (BIO 389) or ESS (ESS 389) on this program. This course will introduce students to general ecological principles as well as field techniques and topics specific to tropical ecology. For more information contact Dr. Mech smech@albright.edu or Dr. Campbell kcampbell@albright.edu. Check out a recent video about the Costa Rica course. Approximate cost- $4,000. 

-Field Research on the Hawaiian Humpback Whale-Hawaii: Learn through experience in Maui. Study the biology and behavior of the very surface-active endangered humpback whale while you directly observe and record their spectacular behaviors from a shore station and from boats in Maui. You will learn and apply the principles of field research design as you participate in an ongoing field study on the impact of boats on the behavior of the humpback whales. This course can count as a Foundations-Natural Science course. Contact Dr. Marsha Green mgreen@alb.edu. Approximate cost $2,850 + airfare. 

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 Spring 2018 Courses with Travel During Spring Break
 
-Fashion and Art in Europe: Attend class on campus during the spring '18 semester and travel to London, Paris, Florence and Rome over spring break (FAS 283 credit). This course can be taken in place of Concept Development (FAS 372) OR for Global Connections credit. Contact Professor Oh-Ranck moh-ranck@albright.edu. Approximate cost $4013.  Spaces available 

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Proposed Summer 2018 Courses

-Spanish Language Program in Seville, Spain: Students are able to take Spanish at one of the following levels-201, 202, 203, 204, 301, 302, 315, 318, or 380. This three week program allows students to live in Seville with a host family and take Spanish as a requirement or elective. Contact Dr. Lenni Amores lamores@albright.edu Spaces available 

-French Language Program in Paris, France:  Students are able to take French at one of the following levels-201, 202, 301, 302, or 305. This two week program allows students to live in Paris in a dormitory and take French as a requirement or elective. Contact Dr. Arcana Albright aalbright@albright.edu Spaces available   

-Cuban Business and Economics: This course can be taken for Comparative Economics credit (ECO 233) and can count as a Global Connections credit. Contact Dr. Lisa Wilder, lwilder@albright.edu.   Spaces available 

Music in World Cultures: An Introduction-Cuba-This course (MUS 122) will be a summer program with an online component and will count as a Fine Arts Foundations course.  Spaces available 

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