|Courses:||Twelve credits in History, Fine Arts|
|Country:||Scotland, England, France, Germany, Netherlands, Switzerland, Italy, and Spain.|
|Dates/Length:||May 14-June 30, 2015|
|Professors:||Keith Knutson, Ph.D., Jesse Domingez, MFA, Gordon Knutson, Ph.D. and Benita Goldman, MFA|
|Cost:||$7,998 for currently enrolled EMU students, $8598 for non-EMU sutdents|
|Apply By:||March 15, 2015|
The Summer Cultural History Program is an interdisciplinary Study Abroad experience where students and professors travel to cultural centers in 8 countries to examine art, history & culture. The program integrates reading, writing and research with direct involvement in the locations to give you a richer understanding of the world than book learning alone could possibly provide.
You will experience culture first-hand, in key centers of learning and art. Guided field experiences combined with reflection will help you to understand world cultures in a more meaningful and memorable way.
The Cultural History Programs carry up to twelve hours of EMU credit. Non-EMU students from across the country participate, and pay in-state EMU tuition and fees.
Our faculty consists of widely traveled, experienced professors of history and art with top degrees from leading universities. During the last 40 years, our teams have conducted more than 150 successful Cultural History Programs around the world.
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