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Programs : Featured
This is a listing of all the featured programs in the program catalog. You can view the brochure for any of these programs by clicking on the program name.
Featured Programs
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Bega Kwa Bega: Service in the Heart of Tanzania
Dar es Salaam, Tanzania; Iringa, Tanzania

Terms: May Programs
Business and Commerce in Hong Kong
Hong Kong, Hong Kong

Terms: Exploration - Spring
Business and Commerce in Switzerland
Zurich, Switzerland

Terms: Exploration - Fall
Diversity, Justice and Sustainability: Religion and Sociology in South Africa, London and Amsterdam
Amsterdam, Netherlands; Cape Town, South Africa; Johannesburg, South Africa; London, United Kingdom; Pilanesburg, South Africa; Rustenburg, South Africa; Soweto, South Africa; Stellenbosch, South Africa

Terms: May Programs
Description: Please view our introductory video based on previous programs. About the Program The Summer School in South Africa offers students the opportunity to take one of two classes while traveling in South Africa and to Amsterdam and London. The [...]
Music Education in Bolivia
Santa Cruz, Bolivia

Terms: May Programs
Description: Please contact Dr. Peter Haberman,, regarding this unique opportunity in Bolivia.
New York Theatre: Behind the Lights of Broadway
New York City, United States

Terms: Exploration - Spring
Description: New York Theatre: Behind the Lights of Broadway, will spend a week exploring what and who makes theatre happen in New York. We will spend time observing and interacting with the individuals and production companies that make Broadway, Off-Br oadway,[...]
Singita Grumeti English Language Villages
Grumeti Reserves, Tanzania

Terms: Registration
Description: Concordia College, Concordia Language Villages, and the Singita Grumeti Fund partner to offer and English immersion camps to youth living in rural Tanzania. In its third year, the program is the first of its kind in Tanzania. The purpose of the c amps[...]
Summer School in Santorini
Athens, Greece; Izmir, Turkey; Santorini, Greece

Terms: May Programs
Description: About the Program “Religion in a Global Context” will focus on Orthodox Christianity in the Mediterranean, especially the island of Santorini, and the Christian and Muslim response to the refugee crisis in Greece and Turkey. The cour se[...]
The Ecology of East Africa
Various, Tanzania

Terms: May Programs
Description: ITINERARY Upon arrival in Tanzania, we will start by climbing Mt. Kilimanjaro. On the climb we will observe the different ecosystems associated with each elevation, rainforest through alpine desert. The next portion of the trip will include co nducting[...]
The Influence of History and Culture on Health Perspectives and Practices in Haiti
Port-au-Prince, Haiti

Terms: May Programs
Description: Program Description Open to students across majors, this is an experiential learning opportunity to develop an understanding of the influence of history and culture on health perspectives and practices in Port au Prince, Haiti. Drs. Rawson [...]
Theatre in Europe
Athens, Greece; London, United Kingdom; Paris, France; Prague, Czech Republic; Rome, Italy; Venice, Italy

Terms: May Programs
Description: The Theatre May Seminar explores European performance spaces, both historic and contemporary. We research European theatrical traditions by touring ancient hillside theatres, opulent auditoriums, experimental venues, and vibrant commercial spa ces.[...]
Urban Travel Writing
London, United Kingdom; Paris, France

Terms: Exploration - Spring
Description: Imagine a week in two of the most interesting and historic cities on Earth.  Urban Travel Writing is an exploration trip embedded in English 377/477, the nonfiction seminar.  It’s open to others on a space-available basis.  ; It’s[...]
Wing, Boot & Rail: Exploration & Travel
London, United Kingdom; West Highland Way, United Kingdom

Terms: Exploration - Fall
Description: Wing, Boot & Rail: Exploration & Travel is a field based articulation of integrated learning. It seeks to give first semester students an experiential understanding of self and place, now and history, expectations and immediacy. The first [...]