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Studies Abroad: Salzburg I & II Academics
Salzburg Summer I & Salzburg Summer IICurriculum:
Session I: May 15- June 21
Students take the following courses:
- HST 392 The Cold War in Europe 1945-1989 - Dr. Mark Eifler
- PHL 220Ethics - Dr. Thompson Faller
Prerequisite: PHL 150
- Director for the Salzburg Summer I session, Dr. Mark Kennedy
Session II: July 10- August 16
Students choose two of the following three courses:
- BIO 307: Human Anatomy – Dr. Jacqueline Van Hoomissen
Prerequisite: BIO 205, 207 or permission of instructor
Note on anatomy lab: No lab in Austria, but students may take lab on campus during Summer Session I or in fall 2013, if needed. Lab is not a requirement for success in BIO 307, thus taking lecture without lab in Austria will not affect overall success in lecture.
- PSY 101: General Psychology – Dr. Joseph Gallegos
- SW, PSY, SOC 355: Gendered Perspectives on the Body and Human Sexuality – Dr. Anissa Rogers
Prerequisite: PSY/SOC 101, SW 205, or permission of instructor. May take PSY 101 concurrently.
- HST 365: History of the Second World Wall - Fr. Art Wheeler (Director)
The cost of the program is $4,800 and includes tuition for six credit hours, housing, some excursions, admissions, and insurance. Students will have access to the large kitchen facilities at the center. The cost does not include food or airfare.
Session I runs May 15- June 21. Session II goes from July 10- August 16
Students must be at the Center in Salzburg by 6 p.m. on the first day of the program, and must depart from the Center by 10 a.m. on the last day.
Students will spend five weeks in a setting which allows a first-hand look at Austrian culture while fulfilling required courses. The program includes excursions to various parts of Austria and Germany, including Munich, Vienna, Lake Fuschl, Halstatt, and the Mauthausen concentration camp.
Students will stay in the University of Portland Center in Salzburg, only a fifteen-minute walk from the city center and ten minutes from the central railway station. The Center has double rooms with private baths, as well as kitchen and laundry facilities. Classrooms, library, and computer facilities are also available at the center.
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Salzburg Summer I & II Programs Contacts:
Student Coordinators: Katie Van Dyke (Senior, Salzburg Year 2010-2011), Sally Cook and Michelle Thomas(sophomores, Europe Summer 2012) at email@example.com
Staff Contact: Belinda Chamness at firstname.lastname@example.org or 503-943-7857