Travel Seminars

Led by a CLU faculty member, Travel Seminars take CLU students around the world to locations such as Britain, Costa Rica, Italy, Jamaica, Japan, and Turkey. Students enroll in a focused course on campus during the semester prior to departure. Upon completion of the semester, students are taken into the field for a two- to three-week period to put their classroom studies into context.

Disciplines include Art, Communication, English, Political Science, Religion, Sociology, and more. CORE-21, major, or minor requirements may be fulfilled.

Information on upcoming travel seminars will be posted once information becomes available. The following travel seminars alternate every other year: Magical Britain, Japan: Exploring Japanese Society and Culture and Turkey: The History of Christianity and Islam.

2010-2011 Academic Year

January 2011

“Jamaica: International Diplomacy”
Political Science 485 - Dr. Freeland
January 4-15
Itinerary
Course Description

May 2011

"Imagining Venice"
Art/Comm 285
Dr. Pagliassotti and Professor Spehar-Fahey
May 15-30

Information Session
4:30pm Tues, Nov 9
Roth Nelson Room


Itinerary
Course Description
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“Turkey: The History of Christianity and Islam ”
Religion 485
Dr. Fogg & Dr. Thomas
May 15-June 2

Information Session
4:30pm Wed, Nov 10
Roth Nelson Room


Itinerary | Course Description






Past Travel Seminars

 

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