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6 Credits Earned
Students on this program may select one or two of the courses below. All applicants should aim to receive course pre-approval from their home institution.
To download a syllabus* and faculty bio for a course in PDF format, please click on a course number. If for any reason a course syllabus file is unavailable online, please contact us to request it.
Core Curriculum Courses (select two):
- DES-260: Photography I (3 credit hours)
- ART-281: History of Art (3 credit hours)
- REL-250: Ancient and Medieval Christian Thought (3 credit hours)
- GREK-101: Greek Language I (3 credit hours)
- MKTG-491: International Marketing (3 credit hours)
- EUS-210: European Cultures (3 credit hours)
- MUS-141: World Music (3 credit hours)
- IREL-325: Nationalism and IR (3 credit hours)
- BIOL-315: Animal Health and Disease (3 credit hours)
- BIOL-215: Animal Husbandry in the Mediterranean (3 credit hours)
Students can also take COMM-280: Intercultural Communications. This is a 3-credit, online course offered by the University of Nicosia, Cyprus. Students will attend the course online, and the University of Nicosia will issue the transcripts.
All courses on the Summer in Mediterranean program are University of Nicosia courses taught by University of Nicosia faculty using University of Nicosia syllabi on the University of Nicosia campus. The University of Nicosia issues the transcript for this program.
Courses are taught on an intensive schedule and meet for approximately 7 hours per week for the five weeks that students are in Cyprus for a total of 42 hours of classroom contact hours.
While the travel portion is a required part of this program and linked to the curriculum, it is not-for-credit.