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Studies Abroad: Salzburg Summer II
Salzburg Summer II Arts:
Students must take both courses for six credits total.
· Modern Austria and Bavaria—Dr. Brian Els (Director)
· Fundamentals of Interpersonal Communication—Dr. Courtney Fletcher
This program will allow students to have a first-hand look at the culture and language of Austria. This experience includes excursions to various parts of Austria and Germany, possibly including Munich, the Austrian Lake district, the salt mines at the Celtic village of Hallstatt, and the church and convent of Chiemsee.
Salzburg Summer II Advanced German:
Learning German in Salzburg, Austria allows students in this course a special opportunity to learn German while immersed in the local culture. Students will have the opportunity to participate in excursions, meet with local people, and get to know German-speaking culture up close. The six-week summer course will culminate in special projects, which will showcase each student’s research into a local group, institution, or tradition. The instructors will facilitate contacts with the local community, helping students to identify specific topics of special interest to them (for example, soccer, local elections or political parties, commemoration of World War I, coffeehouse culture). Classroom work will focus on increasing students' proficiency in German through writing, speaking, listening, and reading, in tandem with their immersion in the local community. Prerequisite: GRM 202 or equivalent.
Students must take both German courses, taught by Dr. Laura McLary and Professor Jeffrey White, for 6 credits total.
The cost of this program is $5,000, and includes six credit hours, housing, museum admissions, excursions in Salzburg, and insurance. The cost does not include food or airfare.
Students must arrive by 6 pm on Wednesday, July 9, 2014. Students must depart by 10 am on Friday, August 15, 2014.
Students will stay in the University of Portland Center in