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NEW enrollment process for winter 2023

STEP 1: Learn about programs and choose your top options.

Courses will be posted to this page on Monday, Mar. 21.

Attend College Coffee on Tuesday, Mar. 22 to learn more about programs – faculty leaders, program alumni and GEC staff will be available to answer your questions.

When choosing a program, look for:

  1. Courses that support your graduation plan
  2. Potential course conflicts for the fall prerequisite preparatory seminar
  3. Activity level (posted to the program brochure)
  4. Cost (program fee will be listed from this page, and details posted to the brochure page)

STEP 2: Enroll in the fall preparatory seminar.

To enroll, simply register for the fall preparatory seminar (1 s.h.) that is the prerequisite for the winter term program in which you’d like to enroll.

The GEC no longer requires a pre-approval application for winter Study Abroad and Study USA courses. Instead, same as for other fall courses, if there are spots available for the fall prerequisite preparatory seminar (1 s.h.), and you do not have a course conflict, you may enroll once your registration access is open. Also consistent with other fall courses, you may choose to join a waitlist, course availability will be adjusted in real time, and you may make enrollment changes until the drop/add deadline in August.

Fall registration access begins on Monday, Apr. 4. Your individual registration time will be posted on the “Schedule” tab in Student Planning.

TIP: Complete the Advisor Overload Form if the preparatory seminar (1 s.h.) will put you at overload (more than 18 s.h.)

If the additional one semester hour (1 s.h.) puts you in course overload (i.e. more than 18 s.h.), you will need academic advisor approval before you can register. Complete the Advisor Overload Form linked from the Course Overload page.

Submit this form EARLY so your registration access is not delayed.

The additional fees associated with exceeding the maximum course load in a semester is waived for full-time students put into overload by the fall prerequisite preparatory seminar.

STEP 3: Complete your MyElonGlobal registration within 10 days (toward the end of April)

Toward the end of April, the GEC will email you instructions for completing your program registration in MyElonGlobal. Once you receive that email, you have 10 days to complete your registration. If you don’t complete your MyElonGlobal registration within that window, you will be withdrawn from the course in order to allow for someone to join the course or move off the wait list.

Enrollment examples

Example: Enrolling in a Winter 2023 Study Abroad or Study USA program by registering for the fall prerequisite preparatory seminar (1 s.h.)

You plan to fulfill a Society over winter 2023. You learn from the programs listing page (after Mar. 21) or the course catalog that GBL 2069 The Moon: Selenography and Moonquakes fulfills either a Society or non-lab science. The fall prerequisite preparatory seminar (1 s.h.), GBL 1969, is taught on Thursdays, 8-9:40 a.m. (which you learn from either the programs listing page (after Mar. 21), or Course Catalog (e.g. “search for sections”), and does not present a course conflict for you. You add it to your Student Planning, which you submit for advisor approval, and your advisor approves after your one-on-one advising meeting. When your registration access begins, you see there are still spots available, so you click “register” and get into the fall preparatory seminar. Your spot is held for the winter 2023 GBL 1969 The Moon: Selenography and Moonquakes course! Toward the end of April, you receive an email from the GEC about completing your program registration in MyElonGlobal. You complete your MyElonGlobal requirements within the 10-day window, completing your registration process until winter term registration opens in November.

Example: Course Overload Approval and joining a wait list

You plan to fulfill a lab science for winter 2023. You learn from the programs listing page (after Mar. 21) or the course catalog that GBL 2971 Mars: Sustainable Space Farming fulfills a lab science and engineering elective. The fall prerequisite preparatory seminar (1 s.h.), GBL 1971, is taught on Mondays, 6-7:40 p.m. (which you learn from either the programs listing page (after Mar. 21), or Course Catalog (e.g. “search for sections”) and does not present a course conflict for you. The additional one semester hour will put you at 19 semester hours, though, so you submit the Advisor Overload Form. Your advisor confirms the overload, so you add the course to your Student Planning, which you submit for advisor approval, and your advisor approves after your one-on-one advising meeting. When your registration access begins, you see there are no spots available for GBL 1971. So, you need to choose: either a) register for a Study Abroad or Study USA course where there are spots available and fulfill a different requirement instead, or b) join the wait list and hope a spot opens up. You choose to join the wait list. A week later, you receive an email that a seat in the fall preparatory seminar opened up, and you are added to the course. Your spot is held for the winter 2023 GBL 2971 Mars: Sustainable Space Farming course! Toward the end of April, you receive an email from the GEC about completing your program registration in MyElonGlobal. You complete your MyElonGlobal requirements within the 10-day window, completing your registration process until winter term registration opens in November.

Example: Course conflict + selecting backup courses

You have fulfilled all of your Core Curriculum requirements and intend to just earn hours toward graduation and one unit of ELR for winter 2023. You learn from the programs listing page (after Mar. 21) or the course catalog that GBL 2225 North Pole: Labor Exploitation at Santa’s Workshop is offered for winter 2023. The fall prerequisite preparatory seminar (1 s.h.), GBL 1225, is taught on Wednesdays, 6-7:40 p.m. (which you learn from either the programs listing page (after Mar. 21), or Course Catalog (e.g. “search for sections”), and presents a course conflict for you. So, you need to choose: either a) select a different winter Study Abroad or Study USA course whose prerequisite fall preparatory seminar does not present a course conflict, or b) drop the other course creating the conflict and find another section, choose to take it another term, or fulfill the requirement a different way. You choose to find a different winter Study Abroad or Study USA course. You see that GBL 2006 Pluto: Planet or Dwarf Planet? is also offered for winter 2023, and that the fall prerequisite preparatory seminar (1 s.h.), GBL 1006, is taught on Wednesdays, 8-9:10 a.m., which does not present a course conflict for you. You take note of several other courses that do not present course conflicts. You add these options to your Student Planning, which you submit for advisor approval, and your advisor approves after your one-on-one advising meeting. When your registration access begins, you see there are no spots available for GBL 1006. So, you need to choose: either a) register for a Study Abroad or Study USA course where there are spots available, or b) join the wait list and hope a spot opens up. You see there are spots available for GBL 9000 Jupiter: Gas Giants in Context, so you register for it. Your spot is held for the winter 2023 GBL 9000 Jupiter: Gas Giants in Context course! Toward the end of April, you receive an email from the GEC about completing your program registration in MyElonGlobal. You do not complete your MyElonGlobal requirements within the 10-day window, so you are withdrawn from the fall preparatory seminar and winter study abroad course.

FAQ

Why did the enrollment process change for winter 2023?

The enrollment process for winter Study Abroad and Study USA programs is NEW for 2023. Here’s why:

Empower student self-sufficiency. Allowing students to enroll directly in winter Study Abroad or Study USA programs through registering for the corresponding fall prerequisite preparatory seminar (1 s.h.) puts the process more squarely in the hands of students. Especially with the new Student Planning tools, which includes interactive tools for degree planning, integrates with the academic catalog, and includes a comprehensive planning module to allow students to build out their full Elon timeline, the switch to direct enrollment empowers students to take more ownership of their course registration process.

Facilitate student/advisor communication and graduation planning. The change folds winter 2023 Study Abroad and Study USA course planning into existing course planning structures, making it easier for students and their advisors to discuss these experiences as a part of graduation planning.

Real-time processing. Like with registering for other fall courses, enrollment happens in real time, rather than being delayed by staff processing times. It also allows for course availability to be listed and adjusted in real time.

Consistent access and eligibility across systems. By enrolling directly in Student Planning, the same eligibility and access parameters of course registration apply to winter Study Abroad or Study USA course registration. Registration access times weigh factors such as credit hours earned, disability status, student athlete status, or special program status.

Per Study Abroad and Study USA policy, students must have a minimum GPA of 2.0 and must be eligible to study abroad or Study USA according to student conduct sanctions.

Does this mean evaluation criteria are different from previous years? Will I be disadvantaged by the process change?

The evaluation criteria changes are immaterial. Here’s why:

Consistent with previous years, applicants are still required to have a 2.0 minimum GPA and cannot be prohibited from study away for the program dates due to a student conduct sanction.

Previously, the review process prioritized graduating seniors who had not yet participated in global study by evaluating:

  • class standing, as determined by credit hours earned at the time of application
  • previous participation in a study away program through the GEC
  • special circumstances, such as mobility restrictions or accelerated-academic-program considerations
  • In cases where all other eligibility factors are equal, GPA. In other words, GPA was considered ONLY in tie-break situations, which were exceedingly rare (~1 case in every 1,000 applications).

Course registration access time and wait list standing are determined by class standing/credit hours earned and special circumstances, such as disability accommodations or special-program considerations.

Thus, the only differences are that:

  1. Students without previous study away participation are not given priority access. However, because there are sufficient spots for rising seniors for winter 2023 programs, the “previous study away experience” criterion is immaterial. 
  2. GPA is no longer evaluated (so long as an applicant has a 2.0 or higher). However, in previous years, this was exceedingly rarely an evaluation criterion (~1 case in every 1,000 applications), and thus this change is very unlikely to affect a student’s eligibility. 

What if the fall prerequisite preparatory seminar (1 s.h.) presents a course conflict?

Consistent with other fall courses, you cannot register for the fall preparatory seminar if it conflicts with other course registrations. Consistent with other prerequisites, if you cannot enroll in the fall prerequisite preparatory seminar, you cannot participate in the winter term course. As you would with any other course conflict, either a) choose a different winter Study Abroad or Study USA with a fall preparatory seminar that does not present a course conflict or b) drop the other course that presents a conflict.

What if the fall prerequisite preparatory seminar (1 s.h.) puts me in course overload?  

If the additional one semester hour (1 s.h.) puts you in course overload (i.e. more than 18 s.h.), you will need academic advisor approval before you can register. Complete the Advisor Overload Form linked from the Course Overload page.

Submit this form EARLY so your registration access is not delayed.

The additional fees associated with exceeding the maximum course load in a semester is waived for full-time students put into overload by the fall prerequisite preparatory seminar.

There is, however, a program cost for the Winter Term Study Abroad or Study USA program. Costs are or will be posted to the Winter 2023 programs listings page, and will be detailed from each program brochure.

How many fall prerequisite preparatory seminar (1 s.h.) courses can I register for? 

Students should register for ONLY the fall preparatory seminar associated with the Winter Term Study Abroad or Study USA program they wish to participate in.

Students can add themselves to multiple waitlists but ultimately can take only one fall preparatory seminar and corresponding Winter Term course.

If a student registers for multiple fall preparatory seminars, when the GEC creates the student’s MyElonGlobal registration, we will enroll you in the course which has the lower enrollment.

Can I register for multiple fall preparatory seminars until I make up my mind?

Technically, it is possible to register yourself into more than one fall prerequisite preparatory seminars. However, registering for multiple courses may constitute an honor code violation if you are attempting to circumvent the policies and procedures of course registration. And, it is unfair to other students.

Instead, have in mind your top selection as well as backup options in case courses fill.

Can I hold a spot for my friend who has a later registration time by registering myself for the course?

No. Registering for a fall prerequisite preparatory seminar in an attempt to “hold” the spot for a friend is unethical, unfair, and a violation of the honor code. 

Furthermore, because every program will have a wait list enabled, if you attempt to “hold” a spot by registering for it, when you drop that course registration, you are releasing it to the top position on the wait list — you cannot control that that spot will be released to your friend.

Will I know my position on a wait list?

No. Like other course wait lists, students can see the total number of students on the wait list, but they cannot see their position.

When will I know if I’m “accepted” into a winter program?

There is no longer an application or acceptance process for participating in a global short-term program. Instead, you will enroll directly in the fall prerequisite preparatory seminar (1 s.h.) that corresponds to the Winter Term Study Abroad or Study USA program in which you wish to enroll. Successful registration for the fall prerequisite course means that you meet all the academic requirements for enrollment and are considered committed to participating in the associated winter term global short-term program.

What if I was enrolled in a winter 2022 program that was canceled in December 2021?

Students enrolled in one of the following programs will be pre-loaded into the corresponding fall preparatory seminars. As these students will have already taken the fall preparatory seminar, they will be enrolled as auditing the course. They may choose to remain enrolled or drop the pre-loaded course. If a student drops the course, they also drop their pre-loaded access. Meaning, if a student drops the fall course but then changes their mind and attempts to enroll but the course has filled, they cannot enroll unless a spot becomes available.

  • GBL 2940 Italy: Bodies of Knowledge – The Intersection of Healthcare & the History of Art
  • CTA 3660 The Sundance Film Festival Experience

GBL 2460 Greece: Classics in Context and GBL 2610 Netherlands: Sex, Gender and Culture are not offered for winter 2023.

When will I see the Winter Term Study Abroad or Study USA course on my schedule?

Students will register themselves for the winter term study away course when registration for winter term opens in the fall semester.

I've registered for the fall prerequisite preparatory seminar (1 s.h.). Is that all I need to do?

No. In late April, you will receive an email from the GEC with instructions on how to complete your MyElonGlobal requirements (signing the acknowledgement of assumption of risks, inputting your emergency contact information, applying for a scholarship, etc.). These requirements should take you no more than 20 minutes to complete.

You must complete your MyElonGlobal requirements within 10 days of receiving this email prompt in order to secure your spot in the course. If you do not complete your MyElonGlobal requirements within 10 days, you will be withdrawn from the course.

When will I know about Elon Global Scholarship support?

Students that complete their MyElonGlobal registration by May 31 will be notified in June.

Students that complete their MyElonGlobal registration June to August will be notified in September.

Winter 2023 Programs

The program listings below are a concise, comparative tool to help you find the program that best supports your graduation plan. Here’s how to use it:

1. Check course credit information

Note that if a requirement includes “OR,” the course can count as EITHER requirement listed — NOT BOTH. E.g. “Civilization or Society” would count as EITHER Civilization OR Society, NOT BOTH. Consistent with on-campus courses, a course cannot double count this way within the Core Curriculum.

2. Confirm you can take the Fall Prerequisite Preparatory Seminar (1 s.h.)

If you cannot take this prerequisite (e.g. you have a course conflict), you cannot enroll in the Winter Term course.

3. Double check eligibility and credit notes

Double check eligibility and credit notes, such as “Open to students in the third or fourth year of study,” and “Does NOT meet ELR requirement.”

4. Research linked resources

Click the links for academic catalog information, faculty leader contact, and the program’s full brochure page (coming soon).

Program cost ranges will be posted beginning the week of Apr. 4. See past programs for cost information from previous years.

GBL 2050 Argentina & Uruguay: Through the Lens of ESPN – From Bristol to Beyond

Brochure page

 

  • Society
  • 1 Unit of ELR

Academic Catalog

Spring Meeting:

Tuesday, April 12, 7:30 p.m. on Zoom

Fall Prerequisite Preparatory Seminar.

GBL 1050: 8-9:10 A.M., Wednesdays

Program Leader(s):

David Bockino

Tommy Kopetskie

Cost: $6,700


 

GBL 2930 Argentina: Latin American Social Movements

Brochure page

  • Society or Expression (non-literature)
  • 1 Unit of ELR

Academic Catalog

Spring Meeting:

Wednesday, Mar. 30, 4 p.m. Lindner 206 & Zoom

Fall Prerequisite Preparatory Seminar:

GBL 1930: 3:05-4:45 p.m., Fridays

Program Leader(s):

Leyla Savloff

Stephen Bloch-Schulman

Cost: $4,650


COR 4460 Austria & Germany: Lives of the Great Composers

Brochure page

  • Core Interdisciplinary Seminar
  • German Studies Elective
  • 1 Unit of ELR

Academic Catalog

Open to students in the third or fourth year of study. 

Spring Meeting:

Wednesday, May 4, 5 p.m. on Zoom [link to come]

Fall Prerequisite Preparatory Seminar:

GBL 1260: 5:30-7:10 p.m., Tuesdays

Program Leader(s):

Matt Buckmaster

Laurin Kier

Cost: $7,150


GBL 2450 Barbados: Culture, Politics & Society

 Brochure page

  • Civilization or Society
  • AAAS elective
  • Latin American studies elective
  • WGSS elective
  • 1 Unit of ELR

Academic catalog

Spring Meeting:

Monday, April 4, 6 p.m., Ward Octagon Room, Moseley 105A

Fall Prerequisite Preparatory Seminar:

GBL 1450: 6-7:40 p.m., Mondays

Program Leader(s):

Joyce Davis

Jacob Rutz

 

 

Cost: $5,350

THIS PROGRAM FEE DOES NOT INCLUDE AN INTERNATIONAL GROUP FLIGHT


BUS/FIN 2810: Business In The Pacific Rim

Brochure page

  • Asian Studies elective
  • 1 Unit of ELR

Academic catalog

Spring Meeting:

Thursday, May 5, 4:20 p.m. on Zoom

Fall Prerequisite Preparatory Seminar:

GBL 1810: 3:05-4:45 p.m., Fridays

Program Leader(s):

Christy Benson

Cost: $7,650


GBL 2800 China: The Flying Dragon – Program Cancelled for 2023

Brochure page

  • Civilization or Society
  • Asian Studies Elective
  • 1 Unit of ELR

Academic catalog

Spring Meeting:

Monday, May 10, 7:30 p.m. on Zoom

Fall Prerequisite Preparatory Seminar:

GBL 1800: 5:30-7:10 p.m., Thursdays

Program Leader(s):

Honglin Xiao

 

Cost: TBD


 

HSS 3981 Costa Rica: Human Service Studies Practicum

Brochure page

  • HSS Practicum
  • 1 Unit of ELR

Academic catalog

 

Spring Meeting:

Tuesday, April 5, 11 a.m. on Zoom

Fall Prerequisite Preparatory Seminar:

GBL 1380: 5:30-7:10 p.m., Tuesdays

Program Leader(s):

Vanessa Drew-Branch

 

Cost: $5,650


 

GBL 2520 Costa Rica: Language, Culture & Ecotourism

Brochure page

  • Civilization or Society
  • Latin American Studies Elective
  • 1 Unit of ELR

Academic Catalog

Spring Meeting:

Monday, May 2, 4:15 p.m. on Zoom

Fall Prerequisite Preparatory Seminar:

GBL 1520: 8-9:40 a.m., Tuesdays

Program Leader(s):

Vanessa Bravo

Michael Matthews

Cost: $5,750


GBL 2020 Disney: Happiest Place? The Science of Happiness at Disney

Brochure page

  • Society
  • 1 Unit of ELR

Academic Catalog

 

Spring Meeting:

Thursday, March 31, 2:30 p.m. Lindner Hall 206

Fall Prerequisite Preparatory Seminar

GBL 1020: 8-9:40 a.m., Thursdays

Program Leader(s):

Alexis Franzese

Brooke Buffington

 

Cost: $5,200


GBL 2980 Dominican Republic: Baseball & Tourism

Brochure page

  • Civilization or Society
  • 1 Unit of ELR

Academic Catalog

Spring Meeting:

Monday, April 25, 4 p.m., Long 201

Fall Prerequisite Preparatory Seminar:

GBL 1980: 5:30-7:10 p.m., Thursdays

Program Leader(s):

Mark Cryan

Kirstie Doehler

Cost: $6,400


GBL 2880 East Asia: Business, Culture & Economics

Brochure page

  • Society
  • 1 Unit of ELR

Academic catalog

Spring Meeting:

Wednesday, May 4, 6 p.m. KOBC 204

Fall Prerequisite Preparatory Seminar:

GBL 1880: 3:05-4:45 p.m., Fridays

Program Leader(s):

Mark Kurt

Tina Das

Cost: $7,300


 

ENG 2570 England: Literary Landscapes

Brochure page

  • Expression (literature requirement)
  • 1 Unit of ELR

Academic Catalog

Spring Meeting:

Tuesday, April 5, 4:30 p.m., Lindner 106

Fall Prerequisite Preparatory Seminar:

GBL 1570: 5:30-7:10 p.m., Tuesdays

Program Leader(s):

Kathy Lyday

Paula Patch

Cost: $5,250

THIS PROGRAM HAS A RECOMMENDED GROUP FLIGHT, SO THE COST OF AIRFARE IS NOT REFLECTED IN THE PROGRAM FEE LISTED HERE.


GBL 2670 France: Eat, Pray, Love – Sacred Space & the Place of Religion

Brochure page

 

  • Civilization or Expression (non-literature)
  • 1 Unit of ELR

Academic Catalog

Spring Meeting:

Monday, May 2, 2 p.m. on Zoom

Fall Prerequisite Preparatory Seminar:

GBL 1670: 3:05-4:45 p.m., Fridays

Program Leader(s):

L.D. Russell

Patti Burns

Cost: $7,950


GBL 2470 Ghana: West African History & Culture

Brochure page

  • Civilization or Society
  • AAAS Elective
  • 1 Unit of ELR

Academic Catalog

Spring Meeting:

Tuesday, May 3, 4 p.m. on Zoom

Fall Prerequisite Preparatory Seminar:

GBL 1470: 5:30-7:10 p.m., Tuesdays

Program Leader(s):

Mussa Idris

Waseem Kasim

Cost: $7,400


GBL 2960 Great Structures of Europe: Technology & History

Brochure page

  • Civilization or Science (non-lab)
  • 1 Unit of ELR

Academic Catalog

    Spring Meeting:

    Monday, May 10, 6 p.m., McMichael 006

    Fall Prerequisite Preparatory Seminar:

    GBL 1960: 5:30-7:10 p.m., Tuesdays

    Program Leader(s):

    Robert Charest

    Ryan Kirk

    Cost: $7,400


    GBL 2060 Hawai’i: Nation or State?

    Brochure page

    • Civilization or Society
    • 1 Unit of ELR

    Academic Catalog

    Spring Meeting:

    Thursday, Mar. 31, 3 p.m. on Zoom

    Fall Prerequisite Preparatory Seminar:

    GBL 1060: 6-7:40 p.m., Wednesdays

    Program Leader(s):

    Maureen Vandermaas-Peeler

    Cassie Kircher

    Cost: $6,700


    GBL 2400 Holocaust Journey

    Brochure page

    • Civilization
    • German Studies minor elective
    • Jewish Studies minor elective
    • 1 Unit of ELR

    Academic Catalog (Currently being adjusted)

    Spring Meeting:

    Wednesday, May 4, 4:30 p.m., McEwen 013

    Fall Prerequisite Preparatory Seminar:

    GBL 1400: 5:30-7:10 p.m., Tuesdays

    Program Leader(s):

    Richard Landesberg

    Kenn Gaither

    Cost: $6,200


    PHS 3980 India: Public Health Studies Practicum

    Brochure page

    • Public health studies practicum
    • Public health studies elective
    • 1 Unit of ELR

    Academic Catalog

    Spring Meeting:

    No Spring Meeting – please contact Faculty Leaders directly.

    Fall Prerequisite Preparatory Seminar:

    GBL 1690: 6-7:40 p.m., Mondays

    Program Leader(s):

    Amanda Tapler

    Resa Walch

    Cost: $6,150


    GBL 2860 India’s Identities: Religion, Caste and Gender in Contemporary South India

    Brochure page

    • Civilization or Society
    • WGSS elective
    • Asian Studies elective
    • Interreligious Studies minor elective
    • IGS Asia regional concentration
    • 1 Unit of ELR

    Academic catalog

    Spring Meeting:

    Thursday, April 7, 5 p.m. on Zoom

    [Meeting ID: 439 272 6515]

    Fall Prerequisite Preparatory Seminar:

    GBL 1860: 6:00-7:40 p.m., Wednesdays

    Program Leader(s):

    Amy Allocco

    Brian Pennington

    Cost: $4,200


     

    BUS 2600 Innovation in Los Angeles

    Brochure page

    • Hours towards graduation

    ELR CREDIT PENDING REVIEW.

    Academic catalog

    Spring Meeting:

    No Spring Meeting – please contact Faculty Leaders directly.

    Fall Prerequisite Preparatory Seminar:

    GBL 1701: 5:30-7:10 p.m., Tuesdays

    Program Leader(s):

    Alyssa Martina

     

    Cost: $4,200

    Includes one-way return airfare from Los Angeles to Raleigh-Durham airport.

    GBL 2940: Italy: Bodies of Knowledge – Healthcare & the History of Art

    Brochure page

    • Civilization
    • 1 Unit of ELR

    Academic Catalog

    Spring Meeting:

    Tuesday, Mar. 22, 5:15-6:15 p.m. on Zoom

    Fall Prerequisite Preparatory Seminar:

    GBL 1940: 5:30-7:10 p.m., Thursdays

    Program Leader(s):

    Paula DiBiasio

    Evan Gatti

    Cost: $7,300


    CHM 1310 Italy: Culinary Transformations – The Science Behind What’s Cooking

    Brochure page

    • Science (non-lab)
    • 1 Unit of ELR

    Academic Catalog

    Spring Meeting:

    Tuesday, April 5, 4:30 p.m. in McMichael 115

    Fall Prerequisite Preparatory Seminar:

    GBL 1790: 8-9:40 a.m., Tuesdays

    Program Leader(s)

    Mary McManamy

    Nyote Calixte

     

    Cost: $8,000


    GBL 2660 New Zealand: Critically Engaged Ecotourism

    Brochure page

    • Civilization or Society
    • Adventure-based learning elective
    • 1 Unit of ELR

    Academic Catalog

    Spring Meeting:

    Monday, May 9, 5:30 p.m. on Zoom

    Fall Prerequisite Preparatory Seminar:

    GBL 1660: 8-9:10 a.m., Fridays

    Program Leader(s):

    Carol Smith

    Evan Small

    Cost: $7,850


    BIO 3642 Panama: Field Biology

    Brochure page

    • Lab Science or Advances Studies
    • Biology elective
    • 1 Unit of ELR

    Academic Catalog

    Spring Meeting:

    Wednesday, May 4, 4:30 p.m. in McMichael 103

    Fall Prerequisite Preparatory Seminar:

    GBL 1350: 6-7:40 p.m., Mondays

    Program Leader(s):

    Jen Hamel

    David Vandermast

    Cost: $7,050


    GBL 2310 Peru: The Living Heritage of the Andes

    Brochure page

    • Civilization or Society
    • Latin American Studies Elective
    • 1 Unit of ELR

    Academic Catalog

    Spring Meeting:

    No Spring Meeting – please contact Faculty Leaders directly.

    Fall Prerequisite Preparatory Seminar:

    GBL 1310: 6-7:40 p.m., Mondays

    Program Leader(s):

    Ricky Mendoza

    Ketevan Kupatadze

    Cost: $6,350


    GBL 2440 Spain & Morocco: Historical & Contemporary Encounters

    Brochure page

    • Civilization or Expression (non-literature)
    • 1 Unit of ELR

    Academic Catalog

    Spring Meeting:

    Friday, April 29, 4:15 p.m. on Zoom (password: rendezvous)

    Fall Prerequisite Preparatory Seminar:

    GBL 1440: 3:05-4:45 p.m., Fridays

    Program Leaders:

    Sophie Adamson

    April Post

    Cost: $6,500


    CTA 3660 Sundance Film Festival Experience

    Brochure page

     

    • CTA Elective

    ELR CREDIT PENDING REVIEW.

    Academic Catalog

    Spring Meeting:

    Friday, May 6, 1:30 p.m. on Zoom

    Fall Prerequisite Preparatory Seminar.

    GBL 1700: 5:30-7:10 p.m., Tuesdays

    Program Leader(s):

    Kai Swanson

     

    Cost: $5,100

    Includes one-way return airfare from Los Angeles to Salt Lake City and from Salt Lake City to Raleigh-Durham airport