Univ 392 International Experience Courses

Providing international experiences to CI students is one of the pillars of the University mission. CI will offer 2 UNIV 392 International Experience short-term study abroad courses this academic year [2017-2018]; one in the fall and one in the spring. Review your options below, and if you find a course that you like, contact the faculty member directly for more information. UNIV 392 International Experience Courses are open to every major.

For more information please contact the Faculty directly

Fall 2017

South Africa: UNIV 392 Journey to New South Africa

This course is a comprehensive study of South African history, politics, and society, which includes travel to South Africa to observe society in order to understand concepts and issues discussed in the campus-based portion of the class.

  • Non-Refundable International Course Fee = $1,800.00
  • Travel Dates: January 02, 2018 - January 20, 2018
  • Faculty Contact: Andrea Grove

Spring 2018

Costa Rica: UNIV 392 The Natural and Cultural History of Costa Rica

This course provides an interdisciplinary learning community that conducts field research and service learning in Las Banulas National Park, Arenal National Park, and Monteverde Tropical Reserve during spring break.

  • Non-Refundable International Course Fee = $1,020.00
  • Tentative Travel Dates: March 15, 2018 - March 25, 2018
  • Faculty Contacts: Don Rodriguez and Allison Alvarado

Summer 2018

Spain: UNIV 392 Social Change in Spain (Málaga)

This course will focus on language, grammar, composition and culture, as well as, research projects and service learning experience. 

Fall 2018

India: UNIV 392 Biotechnology in India

This course will include travel to India during the winter break. The trip to India will involve visits to top scientific institutions where students will get to see various advancements in the area of basic and applied biotechnology. 

  • Non-refundable International Course Fee will be required
  • Tentative Travel Dates: December 26, 2018 - January 16, 2019
  • Faculty Contact: Nitika Parmar