Info Session for Elon in LA and Elon in NYC to be held Wednesday, Jan. 15

Learn about opportunities for Summer, Fall, and Spring Study USA programs in Los Angeles and New York City.

On Wednesday, Jan. 15, J. McMerty and Victoria Lo will be hosting an informational meeting for students interested in learning more about Study USA programs in Los Angeles and New York City. The meeting will be at 4:45 p.m. in the Schar Communications building, room 001.

Students in all majors, sophomore status or above are invited to apply.

For the Elon in LA semester programs, courses under the art history, communications, and theatre arts disciplines are offered and runs in both the Fall and the Spring. In these semester programs, students are able to earn between 14-18 credits. Students will be enrolled in three or four classes while carrying out one or two professional internships. Courses offer not only hands-on opportunities, but also a realistic view of professional life in the entertainment industry.

The Summer Elon in LA program offers courses in acting, dance, and communications. Students have the opportunity to earn six hours of credit while onsite in Hollywood. Four of those credits will be from an elective course and two will satisfy any internship requirement.

The Elon in New York City semester programs offer a variety of courses including work in: Acting, Art, Art History, Biology, Business, Communications, Dance, English, Entrepreneurship, Finance, History, International Studies, Management, Marketing, Philosophy, Political Science, Psychology, Religious Studies, Sociology, Theatre Arts. It is a full-semester opportunity for students to take 18 credits, and take courses in partnership with Marymount Manhattan College. The program also includes a required internship in which students have the ability to fully immerse themselves in the city.

The Elon in New York City Summer program is open to students juniors or above, and serves as an opportunity for students to complete a 2-credit hour internship in the city while completing a 4-credit Core Curriculum Capstone course. COR 418:  New York City: Living in the Global Community is open to all majors. This course uses New York City and your internship to understand the diversity and complexity of global humanity, and your role in the global community as you begin your journey as a global citizen.