Study Abroad Program (SAP)

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SAP ACU997 | EXCHANGE: AUSTRALIAN CATHOLIC | 0 quarter hours

(Undergraduate)

Through this study abroad exchange program, students enroll full-time at Australian Catholic University (ACU), an Australian government-funded, public university open to students of all beliefs, nationalities and cultures. ACU offers a wide range of courses in six faculties - Arts and Sciences, Business, Education, Theology and Philosophy, Health Sciences, and Law across six campuses. DePaul students are take 3-4 units (courses) totaling 30-40 ACU credit points per semester.

SAP ACU998 | EXCHANGE PROGRAM: AUSTRALIAN CATHOLIC UNIVERSITY | 0 quarter hours

(Undergraduate)

Through this study abroad exchange program, students enroll full-time at Australian Catholic University (ACU), an Australian government-funded, public university open to students of all beliefs, nationalities and cultures. ACU offers a wide range of courses in six faculties - Arts and Sciences, Business, Education, Theology and Philosophy, Health Sciences, and Law across six campuses. DePaul students are take 3-4 units (courses) totaling 30-40 ACU credit points per semester.

SAP ACUOW7 | TERM-LONG: AUSTRALIAN CATHOLIC WINTER-SPRING | 0 quarter hours

(Undergraduate)

Enroll full-time at Australian Catholic University (ACU), an Australian government-funded, public university open to students of all beliefs, nationalities and cultures. ACU offers a wide range of courses in six faculties - Arts and Sciences, Business, Education, Theology and Philosophy, Health Sciences, and Law across six campuses.

SAP ACUOW8 | TERM-LONG: AUSTRALIAN CATHOLIC AY | 0 quarter hours

(Undergraduate)

Enroll full-time at Australian Catholic University (ACU), an Australian government-funded, public university open to students of all beliefs, nationalities and cultures. ACU offers a wide range of courses in six faculties - Arts and Sciences, Business, Education, Theology and Philosophy, Health Sciences, and Law across six campuses.

SAP ACUOW9 | TERM-LONG: AUSTRALIAN CATHOLIC FALL | 0 quarter hours

(Undergraduate)

Enroll full-time at Australian Catholic University (ACU), an Australian government-funded, public university open to students of all beliefs, nationalities and cultures. ACU offers a wide range of courses in six faculties - Arts and Sciences, Business, Education, Theology and Philosophy, Health Sciences, and Law across six campuses.

SAP AMMN01 | TERM: AMMAN/MADABA (AQ) | 0 quarter hours

(Undergraduate)

Study Arabic language and culture in Jordan. Students will take classes at the American University of Madaba and complete an internship in Amman.

SAP ARCH01 | SHORT-TERM PROGRAM: ARGENTINA AND CHILE | 0 quarter hours

(Undergraduate)

This short-term December intercession program explores the history, culture, economics, and politics of Argentina and Chile. The program includes meetings with university students and faculty, representatives of the arts, domestic and foreign businesses, the U.S. expatriate community, and Consular officials, as well as visits to cultural and historical institutions. The Program includes two coordinated courses taken in the fall and winter quarters.

SAP ARCH02 | SHORT-TERM PROGRAM: ARGENTINA AND CHILE | 0 quarter hours

(Graduate)

This short-term December intercession program explores the history, culture, economics, and politics of Argentina and Chile. The program includes meetings with university students and faculty, representatives of the arts, domestic and foreign businesses, the U.S. expatriate community, and Consular officials, as well as visits to cultural and historical institutions. The Program includes two coordinated courses taken in the fall and winter quarters.

SAP ARGN01 | SHORT-TERM PROGRAM: ARGENTINA | 0 quarter hours

(Professional Service)

This short-term seminar introduces students to the basic framework of Latin American Law and legal systems, as well as the key principles of international business law necessary for advising clients doing business in the region. (0 semester hours)

SAP ARGN02 | SHORT-TERM: LAS ARGENTINA WINE | 0 quarter hours

(Undergraduate)

This short-term seminar introduces students to all aspects of viticulture and viniculture, as well as the geography of major wine producing regions of the world. The abroad portion focuses on more in-depth work related to a specific region, with introductions to that area?s viticulture.

SAP ARGN03 | SHORT-TERM: LAS ARGENTINA WINE | 0 quarter hours

(Graduate)

This short-term seminar introduces students to all aspects of viticulture and viniculture, as well as the geography of major wine producing regions of the world. The abroad portion focuses on more in-depth work related to a specific region, with introductions to that area?s viticulture.

SAP ARGN04 | SHORT-TERM: CMN ARGENTINA | 0 quarter hours

(Undergraduate)

This short-term program will give students the opportunity to visit major global and local advertising and marketing agencies as well as media companies in Argentina, to learn about practices and challenges associated with the development of global campaigns.

SAP ARGN05 | SHORT-TERM: CMN ARGENTINA | 0 quarter hours

(Graduate)

This short-term program will give students the opportunity to visit major global and local advertising and marketing agencies as well as media companies in Argentina, to learn about practices and challenges associated with the development of global campaigns.

SAP ATHN97 | TERM PROGRAM: ATHENS, GREECE | 0 quarter hours

(Undergraduate)

This term-long study abroad program in Athens is offered for the Fall quarter through Greece's renowned College Year in Athens (CYA). Coursework and excursions juxtapose the history and contributions of ancient Greece with the Greece of today; a country situated geographically, socially and culturally at the confluence of Europe, Asia, Africa and the Middle East. Students earn a total of 32 credits for five courses through CYA. Two courses are required: a Modern Greek language course and an Art and Archaeology course. The remaining three electives are worth 6 credits each and may be chosen from CYA's wide range of disciplines, which include Art and Archaeology, Classical Languages, Environmental Studies, Ethnography, History, International Relations, Literature, Modern Greek Language, Philosophy, Political Science, and Religion.

SAP ATHN98 | TERM PROGRAM: ATHENS, GREECE | 0 quarter hours

(Undergraduate)

This term-long study abroad program in Athens is offered for the Academic Year through Greece's renowned College Year in Athens (CYA). Coursework and excursions juxtapose the history and contributions of ancient Greece with the Greece of today; a country situated geographically, socially and culturally at the confluence of Europe, Asia, Africa and the Middle East. Students earn a total of 32 credits for five courses through CYA. Two courses are required: a Modern Greek language course and an Art and Archaeology course. The remaining three electives are worth 6 credits each and may be chosen from CYA's wide range of disciplines, which include Art and Archaeology, Classical Languages, Environmental Studies, Ethnography, History, International Relations, Literature, Modern Greek Language, Philosophy, Political Science, and Religion.

SAP AUSW01 | SHORT-TERM: CDM AUSTRIA/SWITZERLAND | 0 quarter hours

(Undergraduate)

This short-term seminar takes students to Austria and Switzerland to develop a more complete understanding of modernism and how it has impacted visual culture and design.

SAP AUSW02 | SHORT-TERM: CDM AUSTRIA/SWITZERLAND | 0 quarter hours

(Graduate)

This short-term seminar takes students to Austria and Switzerland to develop a more complete understanding of modernism and how it has impacted visual culture and design.

SAP BJNG99 | TERM PROGRAM: BEIJING, CHINA | 0 quarter hours

(Undergraduate)

This term-long study abroad program in China is offered during the Winter-Spring quarters at Tsinghua University in conjunction with Syracuse University. This program is designed to address the complexities of contemporary China and its languages. The academic program begins with a two-week field study seminar to Beijing, Xi'an and Shanghai, and is followed by classroom study at Tsinghua. Students live in single dormitory rooms on Tsinghua's modern campus.

SAP BRUS01 | SHORT-TERM PROGRAM: SPS BRUSSELS | 0 quarter hours

(Graduate)

This short-term graduate program to Belgium allows students to broaden their perspective on public-policy analysis and public service management in an international context. The course explores how globalization is affecting national governments and traditional cultures while encouraging the creation of international non-profits and supra-national governing agencies. Students will learn how large agencies, such as the European Union and NATO, are strengthening relationships and working more closely with grassroots organizations throughout the world.

SAP BRZL01 | SHORT-TERM PROGRAM: BRAZIL | 0 quarter hours

(Undergraduate)

This short-term December intercession program to Brazil is designed for students from all colleges. Visiting three cities in Brazil, the course focuses on Information Technology (IT) in Brazil from multiple perspectives. Students learn about the history and development of IT in Brazil, the role it plays in economic development as well as its socio-cultural impact. In addition to seeing some of the highlights of the city, the participants will conduct a number of site visits to businesses, government offices, non-governmental organizations and institutions of higher learning. The program is open to graduate and undergraduate students from any college at DePaul. The program starts with several pre-departure sessions and continues through the winter quarter with meetings scheduled upon return. (0 credit hours)

SAP BRZL02 | SHORT-TERM PROGRAM: BRAZIL | 0 quarter hours

(Graduate)

This short-term December intercession program to Brazil is designed for students from all colleges. Visiting three cities in Brazil, the course focuses on Information Technology (IT) in Brazil from multiple perspectives. Students learn about the history and development of IT in Brazil, the role it plays in economic development as well as its socio-cultural impact. In addition to seeing some of the highlights of the city, the participants will conduct a number of site visits to businesses, government offices, non-governmental organizations and institutions of higher learning. The program is open to graduate and undergraduate students from any college at DePaul. The program starts with several pre-departure sessions and continues through the winter quarter with meetings scheduled upon return.

SAP BRZL03 | SHORT-TERM PROGRAM: SPS BRAZIL | 0 quarter hours

(Graduate)

This short-term program is designed to provide students with an understanding of social area analysis, neighborhood change, land use, and other topics by exploring the planning initiatives underway in Curitiba, Brazil, one of the most innovative urban areas in South America. The program site serves as an "urban laboratory" to evaluate a wide range of policies intended to enhance the efficiency and "livability" of a metropolitan region, improve public services, and support the development of critical infrastructure. At the host institution, the Pontificia Universidade Catolica do Parana (PUCPR), students critically evaluate how various strategies can be used to promote harmonious development and economic improvement in complex metropolitan areas involving many different units of government. They also compare the strategies used in Curitiba with those used in Chicago.

SAP CANA01 | SHORT-TERM: CDM CANADA | 0 quarter hours

(Undergraduate)

This short-term seminar is designed for students with an interest in attending the Ottawa International Animation Festival. Students will have the opportunity to learn about the state of animation worldwide, while seeing screenings, attending industry events, and meeting animators, critics, teachers, and animation directors from around the world.

SAP CANA02 | SHORT-TERM: CDM CANADA | 0 quarter hours

(Graduate)

This short-term seminar is designed for students with an interest in attending the Ottawa International Animation Festival. Students will have the opportunity to learn about the state of animation worldwide, while seeing screenings, attending industry events, and meeting animators, critics, teachers, and animation directors from around the world.

SAP CANA03 | SHORT-TERM: LAS/MOL CANADA | 0 quarter hours

(Undergraduate)

This short-term seminar is an introduction to the language and culture of French Canada, the third in the three-quarter beginning French sequence. The primary objective is to increase students? French proficiency and develop their cultural knowledge.

SAP CHIL01 | SHORT-TERM: BUS CHILE | 0 quarter hours

(Undergraduate)

This short-term program will lead students to understand managerial practices in a global environment, by studying the global wine industry and the role Chilean wines play in the world market.

SAP CHIL02 | SHORT-TERM: BUS CHILE | 0 quarter hours

(Graduate)

This short-term program will lead students to understand managerial practices in a global environment, by studying the global wine industry and the role Chilean wines play in the world market.

SAP CHNA02 | SHORT-TERM: BUS CHINA BEIJING/SHANGHAI | 0 quarter hours

(Undergraduate)

This business seminar to Beijing and Shanghai focuses on the evolution of ownership structures in China spurred by the country's membership in World Trade Organization (WTO). Through visits to majority-Chinese owned companies, Joint Ventures between Chinese and foreign companies, as well as wholly foreign owned companies, students have the opportunity to explore China's changing economic and regulatory structures and gain an understanding of how Chinese business culture varies across companies according to their different ownership structures. (0 quarter hours)

SAP CHNA03 | SHORT-TERM: BUS CHINA BEIJING/SHANGHAI | 0 quarter hours

(Graduate)

This business seminar to Beijing and Shanghai focuses on the evolution of ownership structures in China spurred by the country's membership in World Trade Organization (WTO). Through visits to majority-Chinese owned companies, Joint Ventures between Chinese and foreign companies, as well as wholly foreign owned companies, students have the opportunity to explore China's changing economic and regulatory structures and gain an understanding of how Chinese business culture varies across companies according to their different ownership structures. (0 quarter hours)

SAP CHNA04 | SHORT-TERM: CDM CHINA | 0 quarter hours

(Undergraduate)

This short-term seminar will provide students with insight into the cultural, technological, and logistical issues that arise with distributed or on-site collaboration with Chinese IT companies.

SAP CHNA05 | SHORT-TERM: CDM CHINA | 0 quarter hours

(Graduate)

This short-term seminar will provide students with insight into the cultural, technological, and logistical issues that arise with distributed or on-site collaboration with Chinese IT companies.

SAP CHNA06 | SHORT-TERM: CSH CHINA | 0 quarter hours

(Undergraduate)

This short-term seminar allows students to learn firsthand about the cultural transformations taking place in China by visiting two geographically and culturally distinct cities and providing students with an understanding of basic concepts and applications of psychology and human development from a cross-cultural perspective.

SAP CHNA07 | SHORT-TERM: BUS CHINA GUIZHOU | 0 quarter hours

(Undergraduate)

This short-term seminar offers students an opportunity to explore the universality of social entrepreneurship concepts in the rich and foreign cultural setting of Guizhou Province, China.

SAP CHNA08 | SHORT-TERM: BUS CHINA GUIZHOU | 0 quarter hours

(Undergraduate)

This short-term seminar offers students an opportunity to explore the universality of social entrepreneurship concepts in the rich and foreign cultural setting of Guizhou Province, China.

SAP CHNA09 | SHORT-TERM: LAS CHINA | 0 quarter hours

(Undergraduate)

This short-term program will introduce students to the complexity of culture in contemporary China. Through careful and observant travel, critical reading, original research, collaboration, and documentation, students will engage with an increasingly important nation in global negotiations over the shape of the future.

SAP CHNA10 | SHORT-TERM: LAS CHINA | 0 quarter hours

(Graduate)

This short-term program will introduce students to the complexity of culture in contemporary China. Through careful and observant travel, critical reading, original research, collaboration, and documentation, students will engage with an increasingly important nation in global negotiations over the shape of the future.

SAP CHNA11 | SHORT-TERM: SNL CHINA | 0 quarter hours

(Undergraduate)

This short-term seminar aims to raise awareness among students about assumptions and values, democracy, and the role that China's cultural beliefs such as Confucianism, Taoism, and Buddhism plays on the global stage. In light of China's influence on globalization and its increasing economic power, along with its particular values, the course examines what it means to be a global citizen.

SAP CHNA12 | SHORT-TERM: SNL CHINA | 0 quarter hours

(Undergraduate)

This short-term seminar aims to raise awareness among students about assumptions and values, democracy, and the role that China's cultural beliefs such as Confucianism, Taoism, and Buddhism plays on the global stage. In light of China's influence on globalization and its increasing economic power, along with its particular values, the course examines what it means to be a global citizen.

SAP CHTB01 | SHORT-TERM PROGRAM: CHINA AND TIBET (SNL) | 0 quarter hours

(Undergraduate)

This short-term study abroad program to China and Tibet is offered by the School for New Learning during the summer. Focusing on ethnic minority cultures located mostly in and around Yunnan province, students examine China's current state as they encounter regions that practice traditional beliefs and customs despite the monumental changes that are occurring. By traveling in present-day China and Tibet, students gain insight into the balance between a society's rich and complex past and the present. Students can register for either 3 or 4 competencies (with committee permission). Non-SNL students may apply for credit for this course with the approval of their department advisors. (0 quarter hours)

SAP CLMB01 | SHORT-TERM PROGRAM: COLOMBIA (SNL) | 0 quarter hours

(Undergraduate)

This short-term study abroad program to Cartagena, Colombia is offered by the School for New Learning during December intercession. Cartagena, Colombia provides the backdrop for this course which will stimulate your thinking about the meaning of leisure in your life and the interrelated nature of leisure in our global society. Cartagena offers a rich sense of history, beautiful beaches, excellent food, cultural events, competitive sports, and superior natural areas. Its heterogeneous ethnic and racial make-up is unmatched in the world making it a perfect environment to study and experience leisure. This program will be led by a faculty member of the School for New Learning. (0 quarter hours)

SAP CLMB02 | SHORT-TERM PROGRAM: COLOMBIA (SPS) | 0 quarter hours

(Graduate)

The program to Bogota, Colombia, seeks to expose students to ethical management tools and issues in an international context. By engaging with and learning from local practitioners, students will enhance their intercultural understanding, communication skills, and examine alternative approaches to issues of ethics in public service management. Students will also learn about how issues of ethics cross borders and the cultural sensitivities that are often involved in public service management through an immersion in Bogota, organizational site visits, and intensive fieldwork.

SAP CLMB04 | SHORT-TERM: COE COLOMBIA | 0 quarter hours

(Graduate)

This short-term seminar invites students to engage in a philosophical inquiry of the relationship between pedagogy, culture, and globalization, exploring this relationship from different philosophical perspectives regarding globalization that emerge from the Global North and the Global South.

SAP CORI01 | SHORT-TERM PROGRAM: COSTA RICA | 0 quarter hours

(Professional Service)

This short-term seminar provides a comprehensive understanding of key elements of human rights law, which includes women's rights, children's rights and criminal procedure. (0 semester hours)

SAP CORI02 | SHORT-TERM: COSTA RICA | 0 quarter hours

(Undergraduate)

This short-term seminar provides a comprehensive understanding of key elements of human rights law, which includes women's rights, children's rights and criminal procedure.

SAP CORI03 | SHORT-TERM: COSTA RICA | 0 quarter hours

(Undergraduate)

This short-term seminar provides a comprehensive understanding of key elements of human rights law, which includes women's rights, children's rights and criminal procedure.

SAP CORK97 | TERM-LONG: CORK WINTER-SPRING | 0 quarter hours

(Undergraduate)

Study at University College Cork (UCC), a world class university that maintains a rich tradition of teaching, research and scholarship. UCC offers 40 academic programs and a vibrant student life.

SAP CORK98 | TERM-LONG: CORK FALL | 0 quarter hours

(Undergraduate)

Study at University College Cork (UCC), a world class university that maintains a rich tradition of teaching, research and scholarship. UCC offers 40 academic programs and a vibrant student life.

SAP CORK99 | TERM-LONG: CORK AY | 0 quarter hours

(Undergraduate)

Study at University College Cork (UCC), a world class university that maintains a rich tradition of teaching, research and scholarship. UCC offers 40 academic programs and a vibrant student life.

SAP CSHIR | SHORT-TERM PROGRAM: IRELAND (CSH) | 0 quarter hours

(Undergraduate)

This short-term Summer program explores the ways in which Irish landscapes set aside for nature are influenced by both natural and cultural forces.

SAP CUAI98 | TERM: CHILE UAI AY | 0 quarter hours

(Undergraduate)

Universidad Adolfo Ibaez (UAI) offers students the opportunity to study in a variety of disciplines in Via del Mar, Chile.

SAP CUAI99 | TERM PROGRAM: CHILE UAI | 0 quarter hours

(Undergraduate)

Universidad Adolfo Ibanez (UAI) offers students the opportunity to study in a variety of disciplines in Vina del Mar, Chile.

SAP CUBA01 | SHORT-TERM PROGRAM: CUBA | 0 quarter hours

(Undergraduate)

This study abroad program introduces the history, culture, economics, and politics of Cuba before and after the revolution of 1959. During their travels, participants will interact with Cuban students, professors, policy makers, artists, and average citizens. From a historical perspective on the Cuban Revolution, students will learn about its impact on Cuban society, Latin America, the "Third World," and the United States, while focusing specifically on the contemporary international business environment and economic climate in Cuba.

SAP CUBA02 | SHORT-TERM PROGRAM: CUBA | 0 quarter hours

(Graduate)

This study abroad program introduces the history, culture, economics, and politics of Cuba before and after the revolution of 1959. During their travels, participants will interact with Cuban students, professors, policy makers, artists, and average citizens. From a historical perspective on the Cuban Revolution, students will learn about its impact on Cuban society, Latin America, the "Third World," and the United States, while focusing specifically on the contemporary international business environment and economic climate in Cuba.

SAP CUBA03 | SHORT-TERM PROGRAM: CUBA (SPS) | 0 quarter hours

(Graduate)

This program seeks to expose students to comparative and foreign policy issues as they pertain to the bilateral relations between the United States and Cuba. By engaging with and learning from local practitioners, students will enhance their intercultural understanding, communication skills, and examine alternative approaches to issues in foreign policy. Students will learn about how policy issues cross borders and the cultural sensitivities that are often involved in foreign policy through an immersion in Havana, organizational site visits, and intensive fieldwork.

SAP CUBA04 | SHORT-TERM: CUBA COL | 0 quarter hours

(Professional Service)

This short-term seminar introduces students to the evolving Cuban legal system and the Cuban legal and economic framework regulating foreign investment, trade, and international business transactions. (0 semester hours)

SAP CUBA05 | SHORT-TERM: SNL CUBA | 0 quarter hours

(Undergraduate)

This short-term seminar will provide participants with a foundation in the theories of intercultural communications. They will observe how people from in Cuba communicate in public spaces, cafes, schools and other institutions and evaluate how communications are affected by place.

SAP CUBA06 | SHORT-TERM: SNL CUBA | 0 quarter hours

(Graduate)

This short-term seminar will provide participants with a foundation in the theories of intercultural communications. They will observe how people from in Cuba communicate in public spaces, cafes, schools and other institutions and evaluate how communications are affected by place.

SAP CUBA07 | SHORT-TERM: CUBA COL | 0 quarter hours

(Graduate)

This short-term seminar introduces students to the evolving Cuban legal system and the Cuban legal and economic framework regulating foreign investment, trade, and international business transactions.

SAP CZAU01 | SHORT-TERM: BUS CZECH & GERMANY | 0 quarter hours

(Undergraduate)

This short-term seminar to Prague and Vienna will broaden your general awareness of the international business climate of Central Europe. You will be provided with an understanding of the business, political and educational issues affecting this region's transition from a centralized to a market driven economy. (0 quarter hours)

SAP CZAU02 | SHORT-TERM: BUS CZECH & GERMANY | 0 quarter hours

(Graduate)

This short-term seminar to Prague and Vienna will broaden your general awareness of the international business climate of Central Europe. You will be provided with an understanding of the business, political and educational issues affecting this region's transition from a centralized to a market driven economy. (0 quarter hours)

SAP CZEC01 | SHORT-TERM PROGRAM: CZECH REPUBLIC (NSG) | 0 quarter hours

(Graduate)

This graduate nursing program examines health care in the Czech Republic, particularly its political, social, economic, and ethical implications. Networking with Czech medical and nursing students and government employees, participants learn about the contemporary changes in nursing science and practice in national and European contexts. Their experiences abroad help students draw parallels and contrasts to health care policies, practice, and access in the United States. (0 credit hours)

SAP DMRP01 | SHORT TERM PROGRAM: DOMINICAN REPUBLIC | 0 quarter hours

(Undergraduate)

The Dominican Republic (DR) Study Abroad program offers a unique focus on questions of social, environmental and economic sustainability in Latin America. The central focus of the program is on environmental restoration, reforestation and sustainable food systems development in Rio Limpio, a town situated in the highlands of the DR bordering Haiti in the province of Elias Pi'a.

SAP DMRP02 | SHORT-TERM: LAS DOMINICAN REPUBLIC | 0 quarter hours

(Graduate)

The Dominican Republic (DR) Study Abroad program offers a unique focus on questions of social, environmental and economic sustainability in Latin America. The central focus of the program is on environmental restoration, reforestation and sustainable food systems development in Rio Limpio, a town situated in the highlands of the DR bordering Haiti in the province of Elias Pi'a.

SAP DMRP03 | SHORT-TERM: CSH DOMINICAN REPUBLIC | 0 quarter hours

(Undergraduate)

This short-term seminar will allow students to study maternal and child health in the Dominican Republic, by observing firsthand the differences a broad medical safety net can make in maternal and child health outcomes, and observing the practice of population health in a country with a developed public health care system.

SAP DMRP04 | SHORT-TERM: CSH DOMINICAN REPUBLIC | 0 quarter hours

(Graduate)

This short-term seminar will allow students to study maternal and child health in the Dominican Republic, by observing firsthand the differences a broad medical safety net can make in maternal and child health outcomes, and observing the practice of population health in a country with a developed public health care system.

SAP DUBL01 | SHORT TERM PROGRAM: SPS DUBLIN | 0 quarter hours

(Graduate)

These summer seminars in Dublin are offered by the School of Public Service in conjunction with All Hallows College in Dublin. The courses are taught by American and Irish faculty. There, they explore public service management and strategy as applied in non-government sectors, such as health care, social service, associations, education, and the arts. The program offers one-week, executive-style courses that may be taken in sequence. Additional program meetings are held on DePaul's campus prior to and after travel.

SAP DUBL02 | SHORT-TERM: SPS DUBLIN | 0 quarter hours

(Graduate)

Each year spend the summer in Dublin, Ireland taking classes with an international student body taught by faculty from DePaul and All Hallows College. Here, you will explore public service management and strategy as applied in non-government sectors, such as health care, social service, associations, education, and the arts. The program offers one-week, executive-style courses beginning Sunday evening and concluding Friday at 1 pm with pre- and post-course meetings in the U.S. These courses are standard four-credit courses enhanced with international students, faculty, and perspective. The beautiful campus is conveniently located midway between the Dublin Airport and City Centre.

SAP DUBL03 | EXCHANGE PROGRAM: DUBLIN COL | 0 quarter hours

(Professional Service)

In this exchange program, DePaul students enroll in courses at University College Dublin. (0 semester hours)

SAP ECUA01 | SHORT-TERM: CSH ECUADOR | 0 quarter hours

(Undergraduate)

This short-term seminar will provide students an opportunity to learn about Darwin?s theory of evolution by natural selection, how it was developed (including the importance of Darwin?s visit to the Galapagos Islands on the H.M.S. Beagle), what evidence exists to support the theory of evolution, and what it means for society.

SAP ECUA02 | SHORT-TERM: CSH ECUADOR | 0 quarter hours

(Graduate)

This short-term seminar will provide students an opportunity to learn about Darwin's theory of evolution by natural selection, how it was developed (including the importance of Darwin's visit to the Galapagos Islands on the H.M.S. Beagle), what evidence exists to support the theory of evolution, and what it means for society. (0 credit hours)

SAP ENGL01 | SHORT-TERM PROGRAM: ENGLAND (SNL) | 0 quarter hours

(Undergraduate)

This short-term December intercession program to Great Britain offered by the School of New Learning provides opportunities for students to gain valuable understandings of religion, art, and culture that endures in present day Britain while unraveling its rich and complex past. This program's structure is that of a pilgrimage, allowing students some time for reflection as well as learning as they encounter sacred space, respond to aesthetic artifacts and religious rituals, and engage in guided inquiry about the role of these institutions of religion, culture, and education in the past as well as the present. (0 quarter hours)

SAP ENGL02 | SHORT-TERM: BUS ENGLAND SPORTS | 0 quarter hours

(Undergraduate)

This short-term seminar will allow students to experience the international nature of sports marketing and business by meeting with leaders and executives at London-based sports organizations, agencies, and companies, and visiting historic sports venues in London.

SAP ENGL03 | SHORT-TERM: BUS ENGLAND SPORTS | 0 quarter hours

(Graduate)

This short-term seminar will allow students to experience the international nature of sports marketing and business by meeting with leaders and executives at London-based sports organizations, agencies, and companies, and visiting historic sports venues in London.

SAP ENGL04 | SHORT-TERM: BUS ENGLAND ENTREPRENEURSHIP | 0 quarter hours

(Undergraduate)

This short-term seminar will help students develop an entrepreneurial mindset and look at various UK businesses with a creative and innovative eye, as they examine the business and cultural differences between the UK and US, while creating a business plan that could result in a successful business.

SAP ENGL05 | SHORT-TERM: BUS ENGLAND ENTREPRENEURSHIP | 0 quarter hours

(Undergraduate)

This short-term seminar will help students develop an entrepreneurial mindset and look at various UK businesses with a creative and innovative eye, as they examine the business and cultural differences between the UK and US, while creating a business plan that could result in a successful business.

SAP ESIT01 | SHORT-TERM PROGRAM: ESTONIA & ITALY (SNL) | 0 quarter hours

(Undergraduate)

Participants in this two-country study abroad course on cross-cultural communication will examine how language and interactions are used in various contexts in Estonia and Italy. They will observe communication dynamics in informal settings, such as cafes and piazzas, and in the formal setting of schools and universities. Using concepts from assigned readings, they will then analyze how different socio-cultural factors shape individuals and interaction patterns in both societies, as well as in the United States. A primary focus will be on Estonian and Italian schools and universities, where participants will compare these organizational structures and study their implications for cross-cultural communication among and between teachers and students. (0 quarter hours)

SAP ESIT02 | SHORT-TERM PROGRAM: ESTONIA & ITALY (SNL) | 0 quarter hours

(Graduate)

Participants in this two-country study abroad course on cross-cultural communication will examine how language and interactions are used in various contexts in Estonia and Italy. They will observe communication dynamics in informal settings, such as cafes and piazzas, and in the formal setting of schools and universities. Using concepts from assigned readings, they will then analyze how different socio-cultural factors shape individuals and interaction patterns in both societies, as well as in the United States. A primary focus will be on Estonian and Italian schools and universities, where participants will compare these organizational structures and study their implications for cross-cultural communication among and between teachers and students. (0 quarter hours)

SAP FRNC01 | SHORT-TERM PROGRAM: FRANCE CYCLING | 0 quarter hours

(Undergraduate)

This short-term summer program in France takes students on a cycling 'pilgrimage' as they explore issues associated with pilgrimage, Catholic Church history and the life of Vincent de Paul. Special attention will be given to an experiential exploration of the elements of pilgrimage, the historical dimensions of Vincent de Paul's life and its influence on the ideas and practices of modern Vincentians. The purpose of this program is to offer students an intense experiential complement to academic study and intellectual investigations into topics like religious devotion, the historical development of ideas and practices, migration, multiculturalism, poverty, women's leadership in the Catholic Church, and 'Vincentianism.' Students enroll in two courses associated with the program.

SAP FRNC02 | SHORT-TERM: BUS FRANCE | 0 quarter hours

(Undergraduate)

This international business seminar travels to Paris, one of Europe's most treasured cities, to learn about the cultural differences between France and the United States through marketing communication and distribution programs. (0 quarter hours)

SAP FRNC03 | SHORT-TERM: BUS FRANCE | 0 quarter hours

(Graduate)

This international business seminar travels to Paris, one of Europe's most treasured cities, to learn about the cultural differences between France and the United States through marketing communication and distribution programs. (0 quarter hours)

SAP FRNC08 | SHORT-TERM: LAS FRANCE IMMIGRATION | 0 quarter hours

(Undergraduate)

This short-term seminar aims to educate students in the politics and cultural conflicts around integration in France. Based in historical and cultural analysis, the course will link postwar mobility with an analysis of how minorities in France have been marginalized and constructed as the Other.

SAP FRNC09 | SHORT-TERM: LAS FRANCE IMMIGRATION | 0 quarter hours

(Graduate)

This short-term seminar aims to educate students in the politics and cultural conflicts around integration in France. Based in historical and cultural analysis, the course will link postwar mobility with an analysis of how minorities in France have been marginalized and constructed as the Other.

SAP FRNC10 | SHORT-TERM: LAS FRANCE WINE | 0 quarter hours

(Undergraduate)

This short-term seminar introduces students to all aspects of viticulture and viniculture, as well as the geography of major wine producing regions of the world. The abroad portion focuses on more in-depth work related to a specific region, with introductions to that area?s viticulture.

SAP FRNC11 | SHORT-TERM: LAS FRANCE WINE | 0 quarter hours

(Graduate)

This short-term seminar introduces students to all aspects of viticulture and viniculture, as well as the geography of major wine producing regions of the world. The abroad portion focuses on more in-depth work related to a specific region, with introductions to that area?s viticulture.

SAP FRNC12 | SHORT-TERM: CDM FRANCE | 0 quarter hours

(Undergraduate)

This short-term seminar is designed for animation students interested in making professional connections with their peers studying animation and working as professional animators in the highly influential French animation community.

SAP FRNC13 | SHORT-TERM: CDM FRANCE | 0 quarter hours

(Graduate)

This short-term seminar is designed for animation students interested in making professional connections with their peers studying animation and working as professional animators in the highly influential French animation community.

SAP FRSW01 | SHORT-TERM: BUS FRANCE & SWITZERLAND | 0 quarter hours

(Undergraduate)

Exploring the tourism industry in France and Switzerland, two of the most popular travel destinations in Europe, students compare and contrast customer behavior trends and tourism operations in these countries and the United States. In France, students concentrate on the infrastructure of transportation, lodging, food and beverage, and tourism opportunities for visitors. During the stay in Switzerland, students learn about regional transportation, the role of sports in tourism, and the cultural influences of national groups on the tourist experience. A major theme of the seminar is the concept of "a stranger in a strange land," providing students with a heightened awareness of what a traveler experiences, including the impact of jet lag, confusion in customs, and language difficulties with directions, instructions, explanations, and different foods. (0 quarter hours)

SAP FRSW02 | SHORT-TERM: BUS FRANCE & SWITZERLAND | 0 quarter hours

(Graduate)

Exploring the tourism industry in France and Switzerland, two of the most popular travel destinations in Europe, students compare and contrast customer behavior trends and tourism operations in these countries and the United States. In France, students concentrate on the infrastructure of transportation, lodging, food and beverage, and tourism opportunities for visitors. During the stay in Switzerland, students learn about regional transportation, the role of sports in tourism, and the cultural influences of national groups on the tourist experience. A major theme of the seminar is the concept of "a stranger in a strange land," providing students with a heightened awareness of what a traveler experiences, including the impact of jet lag, confusion in customs, and language difficulties with directions, instructions, explanations, and different foods.(0 quarter hours)

SAP FYCH01 | FY ABROAD: CHINA | 0 quarter hours

(Undergraduate)

This Focal Point Seminar and First-Year Study Abroad program will introduce you to Chinese culture and society and, in particular, familiarize you with the causes and consequences of China's environmental challenge.

SAP FYEN01 | SHORT-TERM: FY@BROAD ENGLAND | 0 quarter hours

(Undergraduate)

This short-term seminar takes first-year students to England to explore the life of Charles Darwin and examine the nature of science.

SAP FYEW01 | FY ABROAD: UNITED KINGDOM | 0 quarter hours

(Undergraduate)

Through screenings, readings, and discussion, students will explore Doctor Who in order to learn different characteristics of television criticism. Students will be encouraged to develop a critical voice of their own, all the while learning to understand the popularity and cultural impact of this important television milestone.

SAP FYFR01 | SHORT-TERM: FY@FRANCE | 0 quarter hours

(Undergraduate)

This short-term seminar examines pilgrimage as a religious, cultural, historical and ethical phenomenon in the context of modern Paris, while examining current efforts being made by Parisians to build bridges among Jews, Christians and Muslims.

SAP FYGC01 | SHORT-TERM PROGRAM: FY@GREECE | 0 quarter hours

(Undergraduate)

This short-term program for first-year students combines a Focal Point Seminar with a short study tour. In the Focal Point Seminar, students examine how in ancient Greek poetry, history, and philosophy, we will find a certain tragic worldview at work. That is, a recognition of our human finitude, the potentially disastrous limitation of our understanding and power. Indeed, we will find here in their emergence many of the most fundamental concepts we use to make sense of our lives today. Travel takes place either in spring break or in late June for 7-10 days and is worth an additional 2 credit hours.

SAP FYGR01 | SHORT-TERM PROGRAM: FY@GERMANY | 0 quarter hours

(Undergraduate)

This short term program for first-year students combines a Focal Point Seminar with a short study tour. In the Focal Point Seminar, students learn about the important scientific discoveries made by Johannes Kepler and Albert Einstein. Students learn about the people and the society these scientists lived in, apply their discoveries in lab activities, and investigate how science is presented by museums and science education centers in Germany and the U.S. Travel takes place either in spring break or in late June for 7-10 days and is worth an additional 2 credit hours.

SAP FYIR01 | SHORT-TERM PROGRAM: FY@IRELAND | 0 quarter hours

(Undergraduate)

This short term program for first-year students combines a Focal Point Seminar with a short study tour. In the Focal Point Seminar, students explore Dublin's rich literary and cultural traditions. Students read and discuss travel writing and other literature and are coached in writing about place using a variety of styles and genres. With this foundation, students travel to Ireland to visit Dublin and neighboring areas. Travel takes place either in spring break or in late June for 7-10 days and is worth an additional 2 credit hours.

SAP FYIS01 | SHORT-TERM: FY@JERUSALEM | 0 quarter hours

(Undergraduate)

This short-term seminar looks at 3,000 years of life in the city of Jerusalem, in particular, looking at major historical moments that occasioned surprising creations in this place.

SAP FYIT02 | SHORT-TERM: FY@BROAD ITALY HISTORY | 0 quarter hours

(Undergraduate)

This short-term seminar takes first-year students to Italy to observe how ancient Rome has continued to influence later generations.

SAP FYITAL | SHORT-TERM: FY@BROAD ITALY PEACE STUDIES | 0 quarter hours

(Undergraduate)

This First Year Study Abroad Program in Rome and Assisi, Italy will explore the life and world of Saint Francis, study the power of pilgrimage, sharpen peacemaking skills, and experience the beauty and excitement of Italy.

SAP FYJD01 | SHORT-TERM PROGRAM: FY@JORDAN | 0 quarter hours

(Undergraduate)

This short-term program for first-year students combines a Focal Point Seminar with a short study tour. In the Focal Point Seminar, students use archaeology, anthropology, and geography to uncover past and present experiences of what is now Jordan. Students discuss the impacts that artifacts, key events, and important players had in shaping the region. During travel, students spend time in the capital city of Amman and various archeological sites. Travel takes place either in spring break or in late June for 7-10 days and is worth an additional 2 credit hours.

SAP FYPERU | FY ABROAD: PERU | 0 quarter hours

(Undergraduate)

This First Year Study Abroad Program in Peru will explore the global production of food, including issues of ethics, social practices, sourcing, trade, and the environment.

SAP FYSC01 | SHORT-TERM: FY@BROAD SCOTLAND | 0 quarter hours

(Undergraduate)

This short-term Focal Point Seminar will provide students an opportunity to examine Scotland from an historical lens, as well as a more modern application of both political science and sociology, by examining how the 18th century Jacobite Uprising impacted the Scots hundreds of years ago and how those events still have an impact on Scotland today.

SAP GHNA02 | SHORT-TERM PROGRAM: GHANA | 0 quarter hours

(Graduate)

This short-term program will focus on immersion and deeper understanding of African traditional healing, colonial history, culture, and self-development. The other focus will primarily explore the opportunities and challenges of the current IT business environment, resulting in the launch of a media learning IT project with partner institution in Ghana.

SAP GMNY02 | SHORT-TERM: BUS GERMANY | 0 quarter hours

(Undergraduate)

This short-term seminar will focus in Munich and Berlin, which is one of Germany's biggest industrial centers. Once a symbol of Cold War division, Berlin today is a link between Western and Eastern Europe. The Berlin-Brandenburg capital region lies at the very heart of an expanding European Union and offers many new and exciting opportunities for the future! Culturally this seminar will take you to Dachau and many other on a WWII tour of Berlin. (0 quarter hours)

SAP GMNY03 | SHORT-TERM: BUS GERMANY | 0 quarter hours

(Graduate)

This short-term seminar will focus in Munich and Berlin, which is one of Germany's biggest industrial centers. Once a symbol of Cold War division, Berlin today is a link between Western and Eastern Europe. The Berlin-Brandenburg capital region lies at the very heart of an expanding European Union and offers many new and exciting opportunities for the future! Culturally this seminar will take you to Dachau and many other on a WWII tour of Berlin. (0 quarter hours)

SAP GMNY04 | SHORT-TERM PROGRAM: GERMANY | 0 quarter hours

(Professional Service)

This short-term seminar focuses on international human rights from historical traumas and anti-subordination of minorities in Europe, the United States and other parts of the world. The seminar will also focus on the structural disadvantage and social injustices faced by intersectional subjects. (0 semester hours)

SAP GMNY05 | SHORT-TERM: COL GERMANY | 0 quarter hours

(Undergraduate)

This short-term seminar will explore the critical traditions in human rights law and how they relate to specific justice struggles confronting immigrants, religious minorities, communities of color, women, LGBT, and trans*people in Germany and the U.S.

SAP GMNY06 | SHORT-TERM: COL GERMANY | 0 quarter hours

(Graduate)

This short-term seminar will explore the critical traditions in human rights law and how they relate to specific justice struggles confronting immigrants, religious minorities, communities of color, women, LGBT, and trans*people in Germany and the U.S.

SAP GMNY07 | SHORT-TERM: LAS GERMANY | 0 quarter hours

(Undergraduate)

This short-term program will take students to Berlin to engage firsthand with individuals and institutions working to help refugees integrate to life in Germany.

SAP GMNY08 | SHORT-TERM: LAS GERMANY | 0 quarter hours

(Graduate)

SAP GREC01 | SHORT-TERM: BUS GREECE | 0 quarter hours

(Undergraduate)

This short-term seminar is focused on environmental and social sustainability in Greece and will give students firsthand experience on how to apply sustainability management strategies in the real world.

SAP GREC02 | SHORT-TERM: BUS GREECE | 0 quarter hours

(Graduate)

This short-term seminar is focused on environmental and social sustainability in Greece and will give students firsthand experience on how to apply sustainability management strategies in the real world.

SAP GRFR01 | SHORT-TERM: CMN CANNES | 0 quarter hours

(Undergraduate)

This short-term seminar informs students about the complexity and nuances of marketing communications in the global marketplace, exploring the execution of advertising campaigns in different countries.

SAP GRFR02 | SHORT-TERM: CMN CANNES | 0 quarter hours

(Graduate)

This short-term seminar informs students about the complexity and nuances of marketing communications in the global marketplace, exploring the execution of advertising campaigns in different countries.

SAP HNKN01 | SHORT-TERM: BUS HONG KONG | 0 quarter hours

(Undergraduate)

This short-term seminar will provide students with insight into global banking and finance in Hong Kong, to develop a deep understanding of how global financial services firms help local and international customers.

SAP HNKN02 | SHORT-TERM: BUS HONG KONG | 0 quarter hours

(Undergraduate)

This short-term seminar will provide students with insight into global banking and finance in Hong Kong, to develop a deep understanding of how global financial services firms help local and international customers.

SAP IAMEX1 | SHORT-TERM: IA MEXICO | 0 quarter hours

(Undergraduate)

This short-term seminar will focus on the migration experiences of Mexicans and Central Americans from both a historical perspective of the civil wars of the 1980s and 1990s to the current context of families fleeing in caravans as a way of migrating more safely.

SAP IASAF1 | SHORT-TERM: IA SOUTH AFRICA | 0 quarter hours

(Undergraduate)

This short-term seminar will focus on the legal and social antecedents of residential segregation (Apartheid) in the U.S. and South Africa, examining the socioeconomic and political consequences and the continued quest for housing equity, residential integration, justice, and reconciliation.

SAP IBER97 | EXCHANGE PROGRAM: IBEROAMERICA WS | 0 quarter hours

(Undergraduate)

La Universidad Iberoamericana in Mexico City offers DePaul students a wide range of courses taught in Spanish and English and the chance to live in one of the most dynamic world cities. Mexico City is a modern metropolis of over 25 million people with a fascinating blend of Aztec and Colonial roots. It is the capital of a country of 90 million inhabitants and the center for commerce, finance and the arts. DePaul students can take courses in 35 different undergraduate programs, including architecture, business, communications, computer, design, engineering, chemistry, nutrition, photography, physics, and psychology. La Ibero features state of the art facilities and a chance for DePaul students to integrate fully into life at a Mexican university.

SAP INDA01 | SHORT-TERM PROGRAM: INDIA | 0 quarter hours

(Undergraduate)

This short-term December intercession program takes students through India, beginning in the capital of Delhi and continuing on to the cities of Bangalore and Pune. In addition to guest lectures, guided observations and experiential learning activities, students learn about Indian environmentalism by participating in two restoration projects. The program includes two coordinated courses taken in the fall and winter quarters.

SAP INDA02 | SHORT-TERM: SPS INDIA DIST/WOTR | 0 quarter hours

(Graduate)

This short-term December intercession study abroad program creates learning opportunities for students to understand development challenges and the role of NGOs, the government, and for-profit entities in developing and implementing policy initiatives related to climate change, rural development, healthcare, education, gender initiatives, microfinance and micro-enterprise, micro-farming and organic farming, water management and watershed development. Students have the opportunity to interact with government administrators and leaders, Indian graduate students and program beneficiaries in rural and urban areas. Students complete four online learning modules prior to leaving for India.

SAP INDA04 | SHORT-TERM: BUS INDIA | 0 quarter hours

(Undergraduate)

This short-term business seminar provides students the opportunity to examine India's changing macro-environment (political, economic, cultural and demographics) and its fledging micro-environment (information services, manufacturing, retail and financial). During the program, students visit various Indian companies in several major urban centers such as Mumbai, Pune, Bangalore, and Delhi. In addition, students have the chance to visit specific rural areas to become acquainted with domestic-type NGO initiatives. (0 quarter hours)

SAP INDA05 | SHORT-TERM: BUS INDIA | 0 quarter hours

(Graduate)

This short-term business seminar provides students the opportunity to examine India's changing macro-environment (political, economic, cultural and demographics) and its fledging micro-environment (information services, manufacturing, retail and financial). During the program, students visit various Indian companies in several major urban centers such as Mumbai, Pune, Bangalore, and Delhi. In addition, students have the chance to visit specific rural areas to become acquainted with domestic-type NGO initiatives. (0 quarter hours)

SAP INDA06 | SHORT-TERM: CDM INDIA | 0 quarter hours

(Undergraduate)

This practical course will introduce graduate and junior/senior level undergraduate DePaul students to the cultural context, style and business of Hindi Cinema while giving them the opportunity to incorporate this knowledge into their own media project. Students will work collaboratively with Indian film professionals in either an introductory or advanced level film workshop at Whistling Woods International and have the opportunity to implement their technical and cultural learning in a creative project over the course of the visit. (0 credit hours)

SAP INDA07 | SHORT-TERM: CDM INDIA | 0 quarter hours

(Graduate)

This practical course will introduce graduate and junior/senior level undergraduate DePaul students to the cultural context, style and business of Hindi Cinema while giving them the opportunity to incorporate this knowledge into their own media project. Students will work collaboratively with Indian film professionals in either an introductory or advanced level film workshop at Whistling Woods International and have the opportunity to implement their technical and cultural learning in a creative project over the course of the visit. (0 credit hours)

SAP INDA08 | SHORT-TERM: SPS INDIA DIST | 0 quarter hours

(Graduate)

This short-term seminar makes students aware of the social, cultural, economic, and political realities of India, creating opportunities to understand development challenges and the role of NGOs, the government, and for-profit entities in developing and implementing policy initiatives.

SAP INDA09 | SHORT-TERM: SPS INDIA WOTR | 0 quarter hours

(Graduate)

This short-term seminar makes students aware of the social, cultural, economic, and political realities of India, creating opportunities to understand development challenges and the role of NGOs, the government, and for-profit entities in developing and implementing policy initiatives.

SAP INDO01 | SHORT-TERM: TTS INDONESIA | 0 quarter hours

(Undergraduate)

This short-term seminar will provide students an opportunity to engage with Balinese arts and philosophy first-hand, participating in lessons that incorporate masks, music, dance, and puppetry, and giving students the opportunity to witness the interconnectedness of the arts community.

SAP INDO02 | SHORT-TERM: TTS INDONESIA | 0 quarter hours

(Graduate)

This short-term seminar will provide students an opportunity to engage with Balinese arts and philosophy first-hand, participating in lessons that incorporate masks, music, dance, and puppetry, and giving students the opportunity to witness the interconnectedness of the arts community.

SAP IREL03 | SHORT-TERM: SPS NORTHERN IRELAND | 0 quarter hours

(Graduate)

This program is an SPS graduate-level study abroad program that will provide students an experiential opportunity to see peace and reconciliation efforts through public policy and nonprofit social organizations in Northern Ireland.

SAP IRLD02 | SHORT-TERM PROGRAM: IBS IRELAND | 0 quarter hours

(Undergraduate)

This program will examine the recent economic and financial history of Ireland, with a focus on the role Ireland has played in the global financial crisis and response. Students will be able to learn about the sources of Ireland's economic success as well as its downfall, how the government managed the crisis, and finally, how business has responded to the challenging economic environment in which they operate. They will learn how a banking and financial crisis unfolds and how governments can respond to them. (0 quarter hours)

SAP IRLD03 | SHORT-TERM PROGRAM: IBS IRELAND | 0 quarter hours

(Graduate)

This program will examine the recent economic and financial history of Ireland, with a focus on the role Ireland has played in the global financial crisis and response. Students will be able to learn about the sources of Ireland's economic success as well as its downfall, how the government managed the crisis, and finally, how business has responded to the challenging economic environment in which they operate. They will learn how a banking and financial crisis unfolds and how governments can respond to them. (0 quarter hours)

SAP IRLD04 | TERM: IRELAND | 0 quarter hours

(Undergraduate)

Enroll in a courses at University College Cork in a wide range of academic subjects.

SAP ISTN01 | SHORT-TERM PROGRAM: ISTANBUL, TURKEY | 0 quarter hours

(Undergraduate)

This short-term Summer program explores the history and culture of Istanbul - the center of Byzantine civilization for a millennium, the capital of the Ottoman empire for more than 450 years, and the largest city of the modern Turkish republic. Students participating in this program must register for a specific spring quarter course and ENG 398 in summer session. Participants earn a total of eight academic credits.

SAP ISTN02 | SHORT-TERM PROGRAM: ISTANBUL | 0 quarter hours

(Graduate)

This short-term program explores the history and culture of Istanbul - the center of Byzantine civilization for a millennium, the capital of the Ottoman empire for more than 450 years, and the largest city of the modern Turkish republic. Students participating in this program must register for a specific spring quarter course and ENG 398 in summer session. Participants earn a total of eight academic credits.

SAP ITAL01 | SHORT-TERM: LAS ITALY ROME | 0 quarter hours

(Undergraduate)

This short-term December program focuses on Rome and Roman Catholicism. While living and learning in central Rome, students visit sites that invoke several course components at once - e.g., the cultural and religious history that informs the architecture of the Catacombs; and Vatican City's historical, architectural, cultural, and Catholic aspects.

SAP ITAL02 | SHORT-TERM: ITALY IBS | 0 quarter hours

(Undergraduate)

In this program, students will visit businesses in Italy, as well as complete a research project about Italian Business selecting an industry of interest. (0 quarter hours)

SAP ITAL03 | SHORT-TERM: ITALY IBS | 0 quarter hours

(Graduate)

In this program, students will visit businesses in Italy, as well as complete a research project about Italian Business selecting an industry of interest.(0 quarter hours)

SAP ITAL04 | SHORT-TERM: LAS ITALY ROME/FLORENCE | 0 quarter hours

(Undergraduate)

This short-term seminar engages students with sites in Florence, Rome, and Assisi. Students explore Western art, history, and religion through lectures from DePaul faculty and guest lectures from local experts, discussions, on-site learning at museums and historical landmarks, experiential learning activities, and cultural activities.

SAP ITAL05 | SHORT-TERM: LAS ITALY ROME/FLORENCE | 0 quarter hours

(Graduate)

This short-term seminar engages students with sites in Florence, Rome, and Assisi. Students explore Western art, history, and religion through lectures from DePaul faculty and guest lectures from local experts, discussions, on-site learning at museums and historical landmarks, experiential learning activities, and cultural activities.

SAP ITAL06 | SHORT-TERM: LAS/MOL ITALY | 0 quarter hours

(Undergraduate)

This short-term seminar is an introduction to the language and culture of Italy, the third in the three-quarter beginning Italian sequence. Focus is on the development of reading, writing, speaking, and listening skills and the study of Italian culture through language.

SAP ITAL07 | SHORT-TERM: LAS ITALY WINE | 0 quarter hours

(Graduate)

This short-term seminar introduces students to all aspects of viticulture and viniculture, as well as the geography of major wine producing regions of the world. The abroad portion focuses on more in-depth work related to a specific region, with introductions to that area?s viticulture.

SAP ITAL08 | SHORT-TERM: LAS ITALY WINE | 0 quarter hours

(Undergraduate)

This short-term seminar introduces students to all aspects of viticulture and viniculture, as well as the geography of major wine producing regions of the world. The abroad portion focuses on more in-depth work related to a specific region, with introductions to that area?s viticulture.

SAP ITAL09 | SHORT-TERM: LAS ITALY ROME | 0 quarter hours

(Graduate)

This short-term December program focuses on Rome and Roman Catholicism. While living and learning in central Rome, students visit sites that invoke several course components at once - e.g., the cultural and religious history that informs the architecture of the Catacombs; and Vatican City's historical, architectural, cultural, and Catholic aspects.

SAP ITCR01 | SHORT-TERM: BUS ITALY/CROATIA | 0 quarter hours

(Undergraduate)

This short-term seminar takes students to Italy and Croatia, to develop an awareness and interpretation of the diverse practices and policies between well-established tourism destinations and emerging tourism destinations.

SAP ITCR02 | SHORT-TERM: BUS ITALY/CROATIA | 0 quarter hours

(Graduate)

This short-term seminar takes students to Italy and Croatia, to develop an awareness and interpretation of the diverse practices and policies between well-established tourism destinations and emerging tourism destinations.

SAP JAPN01 | SHORT-TERM PROGRAM: JAPAN (CDM) | 0 quarter hours

(Undergraduate)

This short-term December intercession program in Japan is open to undergraduate and graduate students in CDM who have a strong interest in computer gaming and animation. A 2-week trip to Tokyo and Kyoto takes students to visit several gaming and animation companies in Japan. Touring studios and meeting with their developers and managers help students learn the characteristics and practices of Japan's gaming and animation industries. Students also learn about issues involved in developing games and animation for the global market, and strategies for international promotion. In addition, the program introduces some of the latest and upcoming technologies in the field. Throughout the trip, students learn about the culture of Japan and how it is reflected in Japanese computer games and animation films. (0 credit hours)

SAP JAPN02 | SHORT-TERM PROGRAM: JAPAN | 0 quarter hours

(Undergraduate)

This short-term December intercession program in Japan focuses on the historical events of the 1945 atomic bombing, the religious sensibilities and ethics that informed responses to the event, and current nuclear issues. Students visit centuries-old temples and shrines in Kyoto, talk with an atomic-bomb survivor in Hiroshima, and visit Catholic churches Nagasaki, home to Japan's largest Catholic community. The Program includes two coordinated courses taken in the fall and winter quarters.

SAP JAPN03 | SHORT-TERM: BUS JAPAN | 0 quarter hours

(Undergraduate)

This short-term seminar will focus on SMEs and their drive to accelerate into the 21st Century behind smart, unconventional, strategies and partnerships and local-community leadership. During the seminar, students will be exposed to the traditional Japan national culture juxtaposed against a new paradigm of industry innovation and entrepreneurship. Students will visit both large traditional firms as well as non-traditional entrepreneurial SME firms involved in product and process innovations across several industry sectors. (0 quarter hours)

SAP JAPN04 | SHORT-TERM: BUS JAPAN | 0 quarter hours

(Graduate)

This short-term seminar will focus on SMEs and their drive to accelerate into the 21st Century behind smart, unconventional, strategies and partnerships and local-community leadership. During the seminar, students will be exposed to the traditional Japan national culture juxtaposed against a new paradigm of industry innovation and entrepreneurship. Students will visit both large traditional firms as well as non-traditional entrepreneurial SME firms involved in product and process innovations across several industry sectors. (0 quarter hours)

SAP JAPN05 | SHORT-TERM PROGRAM: JAPAN (CDM) | 0 quarter hours

(Graduate)

This short-term December intercession program in Japan is open to undergraduate and graduate students in CDM who have a strong interest in computer gaming and animation. A 2-week trip to Tokyo and Kyoto takes students to visit several gaming and animation companies in Japan. Touring studios and meeting with their developers and managers help students learn the characteristics and practices of Japan's gaming and animation industries. Students also learn about issues involved in developing games and animation for the global market, and strategies for international promotion. In addition, the program introduces some of the latest and upcoming technologies in the field. Throughout the trip, students learn about the culture of Japan and how it is reflected in Japanese computer games and animation films. (0 credit hours)

SAP JAPN06 | SHORT-TERM: CDM JAPAN ANIMATION | 0 quarter hours

(Undergraduate)

During the two-week trip to Tokyo, Kyoto and Nagoya, students will visit several game, animation, and motion graphics companies as well as art museums and galleries. Visiting companies and meeting with their developers and managers will help students learn the characteristics and practices of Japan's game, animation, and motion graphics industries, which are markedly different from those in the US and Europe.

SAP JAPN07 | SHORT-TERM: CDM JAPAN ANIMATION | 0 quarter hours

(Graduate)

During the two-week trip to Tokyo, Kyoto and Nagoya, students will visit several game, animation, and motion graphics companies as well as art museums and galleries. Visiting companies and meeting with their developers and managers will help students learn the characteristics and practices of Japan's game, animation, and motion graphics industries, which are markedly different from those in the US and Europe. (0 credit hours)

SAP JAPN08 | SHORT-TERM: JAPAN | 0 quarter hours

(Undergraduate)

This short-term December intercession program in Japan focuses on the historical events of the 1945 atomic bombing, the religious sensibilities and ethics that informed responses to the event, and current nuclear issues.

SAP JAPN09 | SHORT-TERM: LAS JAPAN KYOTO | 0 quarter hours

(Undergraduate)

This short-term seminar will take an interdisciplinary approach to examining Kyoto?s political, economic, cultural, and artistic significance in a fluctuating world.

SAP JAPN10 | SHORT-TERM: LAS JAPAN KYOTO | 0 quarter hours

(Graduate)

This short-term seminar will take an interdisciplinary approach to examining Kyoto?s political, economic, cultural, and artistic significance in a fluctuating world.

SAP JAPN11 | SHORT-TERM: CDM JAPAN DESIGN | 0 quarter hours

(Undergraduate)

This short-term seminar takes students to Japan to observe visual communication on a global scale and across various media platforms, as well as introduce students to the intricacies of Japanese design in both historic/traditional and contemporary contexts.

SAP JAPN12 | SHORT-TERM: CDM JAPAN DESIGN | 0 quarter hours

(Graduate)

This short-term seminar takes students to Japan to observe visual communication on a global scale and across various media platforms, as well as introduce students to the intricacies of Japanese design in both historic/traditional and contemporary contexts.

SAP JMCA01 | SHORT-TERM PROGRAM: JAMAICA | 0 quarter hours

(Undergraduate)

Through on-site visits to schools and public places, participants will compare intercultural communication by engaging in verbal and non-verbal interactions in a variety of settings. (0 quarter hours)

SAP JMCA02 | SHORT-TERM: JAMAICA | 0 quarter hours

(Undergraduate)

Through on-site visits to schools and public places, participants will compare intercultural communication by engaging in verbal and non-verbal interactions in a variety of settings.

SAP KNYA01 | SHORT-TERM PROGRAM: KENYA GBM | 0 quarter hours

(Undergraduate)

This short-term December intercession program to Kenya is organized in conjunction with the Green Belt Movement (GBM), a grassroots non-governmental organization founded by Nobel Prize winner Wangari Maathai. Her renowned organization focuses on providing income and sustenance to millions through planting trees and restoring the environment. Classroom activities on campus prior to travel introduce students to the courses' topics. While in Kenya, students and GBM members work on community projects such as tree planting, food security, and sustainable agriculture. Students enroll in two courses, one in the fall and one in the winter.

SAP KNYA02 | SHORT-TERM PROGRAM: KENYA (SPSMSW) | 0 quarter hours

(Graduate)

This short-term December intercession program offers graduate students the opportunity to study health, social welfare and development needs in metropolitan and rural Nairobi during the December intersession. Students will spend 2 to 3 weeks visiting schools, religious missions, community cooperatives, relief agencies and/or governmental offices to gain appreciation for the challenges and opportunities confronting Kenya and other African nations.

SAP KNYA03 | SHORT-TERM PROGRAM: KENYA & TANZANIA (SNL) | 0 quarter hours

(Undergraduate)

This program prepares students for lives an increasingly globalized world by engaging issues and questions of the East African experience, including foreign pressures and influences on indigenous values and social justice dilemmas like class marginalization and the impacts of globalization on lifestyles and economies. Social and cultural exploration in which simple observation serves as a powerful tool for uncovering deeper meanings in everyday events in the lives of Kenyans and Tanzanians provides students with experiences to which they compare their lives in the United States through personal reflection. The participants' ongoing dialogue with local cultures and peoples raises consciousness on global issues of justice, peace, politics and traditions. In addition, students have the chance to explore the landscape and the major natural monuments of both countries. (0 quarter hours)

SAP KNYA04 | SHORT-TERM PROGRAM: KENYA & TANZANIA (SNL) | 0 quarter hours

(Graduate)

This program prepares students for lives an increasingly globalized world by engaging issues and questions of the East African experience, including foreign pressures and influences on indigenous values and social justice dilemmas like class marginalization and the impacts of globalization on lifestyles and economies. Social and cultural exploration in which simple observation serves as a powerful tool for uncovering deeper meanings in everyday events in the lives of Kenyans and Tanzanians provides students with experiences to which they compare their lives in the United States through personal reflection. The participants' ongoing dialogue with local cultures and peoples raises consciousness on global issues of justice, peace, politics and traditions. In addition, students have the chance to explore the landscape and the major natural monuments of both countries.

SAP KOCH98 | EXCHANGE PROGRAM: ISTANBUL, TURKEY (KOC UNIVERSITY) - AY | 0 quarter hours

(Undergraduate)

Located on the European side of Istanbul, our exchange program with Koc University (pronounced Coach) allows DePaul University students to study in one of world's top 250 universities. Koc (KU) is an international university and students can take advantage of the active student life that is available on both campus as well as the cultural sights that Turkey has to offer.

SAP KRKW99 | TERM PROGRAM: KRAKOW, POLAND | 0 quarter hours

(Undergraduate)

This term-long study abroad program in Poland is offered in Autumn Quarter. For the first three weeks, students tour Germany, the Czech and Slovak Republics, Hungary, and Austria and meet with students from these countries to discuss current political issues and contemporary life in the region. Students then participate in a short study tour of Northern Poland before beginning classes in October at the Jagiellonian University. During the term additional weekend excursions are planned to sites within Poland. Students study basic Polish at the Jagiellonian University. Other classes are taught in English.

SAP LEBA01 | SHORT-TERM: LAS LEBANON | 0 quarter hours

(Undergraduate)

This short-term seminar will orient students to literature in which cities function as characters, offering students an opportunity to reflect on the identities of Chicago and to learn about the history and contemporary life of Beirut.

SAP LEBA02 | SHORT-TERM: LAS LEBANON | 0 quarter hours

(Graduate)

This short-term seminar will orient students to literature in which cities function as characters, offering students an opportunity to reflect on the identities of Chicago and to learn about the history and contemporary life of Beirut.

SAP LNDN97 | TERM PROGRAM: LONDON | 0 quarter hours

(Undergraduate)

This term-long study abroad program to London during the Fall term provides students options for studying and interning in one of Europe's most storied cities. Students enroll in classes at the University of Westminster in disciplines of a wide range. The program has an optional internship component, which provides career-orientated possibilities for students of almost any discipline.

SAP MEXI01 | SHORT-TERM PROGRAM: SHL MEXICO | 0 quarter hours

(Undergraduate)

This program will travel to Puerto Vallarta and Cancun over DePaul's spring break in late March. Contact time is planned for each day so that students have ample opportunity to discuss differences in consumer behavior and preferences, impacts of culture in tourism behavior, forecasting issues, pricing strategies, ethical concerns, and service delivery variations. (0 quarter hours)

SAP MEXI02 | SHORT-TERM PROGRAM: MEXICO | 0 quarter hours

(Professional Service)

This short-term seminar focuses on international human rights providing students with direct experiences in a ground-level human rights struggle particularly the indigenous population fighting for equal rights. (0 semester hours)

SAP MEXI03 | SHORT-TERM PROGRAM: MEXICO (SNL) | 0 quarter hours

(Undergraduate)

Participants in this program will travel to one of the most significant centers of Catholic pilgrimage in the Americas: the Basilica of Our Lady of Guadalupe, the most visited Catholic shrine in the world. They will join countless numbers of other pilgrims from all over the world who come to Mexico City. (0 quarter hours)

SAP MEXI96 | EXCHANGE: GUADALAJARA AQ | 0 quarter hours

(Undergraduate)

Participants enroll in a semester-long or year-long exchange program with Universidad Panamericana taking courses in business and social sciences.

SAP MEXI97 | EXCHANGE PROGRAM: LA SALLE UNIVERSITY - FALL | 0 quarter hours

(Undergraduate)

Universidad La Salle offers exchange students the opportunity to live and study in one of the world's greatest cities. Mexico City is a modern metropolis of over 25 million people with a fascinating blend of Aztec and Colonial roots. It is the capital of a country of 90 million inhabitants and the center for commerce, finance and the arts. La Salle has 27 undergraduate and graduate programs in various fields such as education, communication, law, medicine and philosophy among others. It is part of the LaSallian network and it has campuses in 15 cities in Mexico, all of them available for this exchange program. The Mexico City campus is located in the heart of the trendy Colonia Condesa, a neighborhood within walking distance of many restaurants, cafes, bookstores and museums.

SAP MEXI98 | EXCHANGE PROGRAM: LASALLE UNIVERSITY - AY | 0 quarter hours

(Undergraduate)

Universidad La Salle offers exchange students the opportunity to live and study in one of the world's greatest cities. Mexico City is a modern metropolis of over 25 million people with a fascinating blend of Aztec and Colonial roots. It is the capital of a country of 90 million inhabitants and the center for commerce, finance and the arts. La Salle has 27 undergraduate and graduate programs in various fields such as education, communication, law, medicine and philosophy among others. It is part of the LaSallian network and it has campuses in 15 cities in Mexico, all of them available for this exchange program. The Mexico City campus is located in the heart of the trendy Colonia Condesa, a neighborhood within walking distance of many restaurants, cafes, bookstores and museums.

SAP MIA001 | SHORT-TERM: MIAMI CMN | 0 quarter hours

(Undergraduate)

This program will examine some of the foundations of Latino culture in Florida through an immersion experience in Miami. The focus of the course will be Latino Media and Communication through the lens of media outlets, Hispanic advertising agencies, and Latino communities and international agencies working with Latin America. Students will also tour key areas in Miami. (0 credit hours)

SAP MIA002 | SHORT-TERM: MIAMI CMN | 0 quarter hours

(Graduate)

This program will examine some of the foundations of Latino culture in Florida through an immersion experience in Miami. The focus of the course will be Latino Media and Communication through the lens of media outlets, Hispanic advertising agencies, and Latino communities and international agencies working with Latin America. Students will also tour key areas in Miami. (0 credit hours)

SAP MRCC01 | SHORT-TERM PROGRAM: MOROCCO | 0 quarter hours

(Undergraduate)

This short-term December intercession program explores the society and culture of Morocco and the ways in which Morocco has been written about in literature. The program begins in the cosmopolitan capital of Rabat and continues on to the imperial cities of Meknes and Fez. Students learn about Moroccan family life during homestays in Fez. These experiences, as well as the camel trek and desert camping trip provide material for student writing and reflections. Students enroll in two courses associated with this program, one in the fall and one in the winter.

SAP MRCC02 | FEZ/ARABIC LANGUAGE | 0 quarter hours

(Undergraduate)

This summer Arabic language program in Morocco provides seven weeks of intensive Arabic language study combined with cultural immersion and a home-stay experience. Students partake in intensive language study in the centuries-old city of Fez, Morocco at the Arabic Language Institute in Fez (ALIF). Private tutoring and cultural activities will be provided to strengthen language and cultural learning. Students enroll in a course about Moroccan society and culture taught by DePaul faculty members during the spring quarter prior to travel. 16 credits total.

SAP MRCC03 | FEZ/ARABIC LANGUAGE | 0 quarter hours

(Graduate)

This summer Arabic language program in Morocco provides seven weeks of intensive Arabic language study combined with cultural immersion and a home-stay experience. Students partake in intensive language study in the centuries-old city of Fez, Morocco at the Arabic Language Institute in Fez (ALIF). Private tutoring and cultural activities will be provided to strengthen language and cultural learning. Students enroll in a course about Moroccan society and culture taught by DePaul faculty members during the spring quarter prior to travel.

SAP MRCC04 | SHORT-TERM PROGRAM: MOROCCO | 0 quarter hours

(Undergraduate)

This short-term December intercession program explores the society and culture of Morocco and the ways in which Morocco has been written about in literature. The program begins in the cosmopolitan capital of Rabat and continues on to the imperial cities of Meknes and Fez. Students learn about Moroccan family life during homestays in Fez. These experiences, as well as the camel trek and desert camping trip provide material for student writing and reflections. Students enroll in two courses associated with this program, one in the fall and one in the winter.

SAP MTEC99 | EXCHANGE PROGRAM: Tec de Monterrey AQ | 0 quarter hours

(Undergraduate)

The Instituto Tecnologico de Estudios Superiores de Monterrey (ITESM), commonly known as Tec de Monterrey, or simply "Tec," was founded in 1943 by a group of entrepreneurs and has developed into an institution recognized, nationally and internationally, for its academic excellence in preparing students for the business world. Tec de Monterrey is a private non-profit nationwide university system comprised of 29 campuses spread throughout Mexico offering great student environments with programs in business administration, the social sciences, Spanish language and Mexican culture.

SAP MXCY03 | SHORT-TERM PROGRAM: MEXICO CITY | 0 quarter hours

(Undergraduate)

This program focuses on three overlapping sites of analysis in Mexico City, the world's fourth-largest megacity. First, students learn about the intense growth Mexico City has experienced over the past several decades and the ways that official urban planning efforts by federal and local officials have addressed the social, environmental, and infrastructural challenges that accompany a massive increase in population. Second, students study neighborhoods that have developed reputations as bohemian enclaves and subsequently experienced gentrification. Finally, field studies provide opportunities to learn about formal and informal spaces of leisure and popular culture. Visits to outdoor marketplaces in a variety of neighborhoods, alternative musical cultural centers, media outlets, and public squares and stadiums that serve as sites of national identity and local pride are included in the itinerary.

SAP MXCY04 | SHORT-TERM PROGRAM: MEXICO CITY & GOLD COAST (COMMERCE) | 0 quarter hours

(Undergraduate)

In this two-way cultural exchange program in hospitality leadership, students compare and contrast tourism industry operations in Mexico and the United States with their peers at Iberoamerican University in Mexico City, whose visit to Chicago is coordinated by DePaul. Next, the DePaul students travel to Mexico City and Puerto Vallarta to visit local hospitality and tourism businesses with the Iberoamerican students. Through these visits, DePaul students explore the challenges of managing hospitality operations in Mexico and discuss differences in consumer behavior and preferences, impacts of culture in tourism behavior, forecasting issues, pricing strategies, ethical concerns, and service delivery variations. (0 quarter hours)

SAP MXCY05 | SHORT-TERM PROGRAM: MEXICO CITY & GOLD COAST (COMMERCE) | 0 quarter hours

(Graduate)

In this two-way cultural exchange program in hospitality leadership, students compare and contrast tourism industry operations in Mexico and the United States with their peers at Iberoamerican University in Mexico City, whose visit to Chicago is coordinated by DePaul. Next, the DePaul students travel to Mexico City and Puerto Vallarta to visit local hospitality and tourism businesses with the Iberoamerican students. Through these visits, DePaul students explore the challenges of managing hospitality operations in Mexico and discuss differences in consumer behavior and preferences, impacts of culture in tourism behavior, forecasting issues, pricing strategies, ethical concerns, and service delivery variations.(0 quarter hours)

SAP MXCY06 | SHORT-TERM PROGRAM: MEXICO CITY & GOLD COAST (COMMERCE) | 0 quarter hours

(Undergraduate)

In this two-way cultural exchange program in hospitality leadership, students compare and contrast tourism industry operations in Mexico and the United States with their peers at Iberoamerican University in Mexico City, whose visit to Chicago is coordinated by DePaul. Next, the DePaul students travel to Mexico City and Puerto Vallarta to visit local hospitality and tourism businesses with the Iberoamerican students. Through these visits, DePaul students explore the challenges of managing hospitality operations in Mexico and discuss differences in consumer behavior and preferences, impacts of culture in tourism behavior, forecasting issues, pricing strategies, ethical concerns, and service delivery variations. (0 quarter hours)

SAP NETH01 | SHORT-TERM: COL NETHERLANDS HAGUE | 0 quarter hours

(Professional Service)

This short-term seminar will give student the opportunity to witness the practice of international criminal law firsthand, through visiting international criminal courts and international institutions supporting international criminal law, while interacting with professionals working in the field.

SAP NGLS01 | SHORT-TERM PROGRAM: NOGALES, MEXICO | 0 quarter hours

(Undergraduate)

This short-term December intercession program takes students to visit communities, organizations and activists on both sides of the Mexico-US border. During course work and travel students explore changes affecting Nogales' economic, social, political and religious life in light of recent immigration policies and the North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA). Students also examine firsthand the impact of national borders on populations and return with new perspectives for establishing workable guidelines for social justice. Students enroll in two courses, one in the fall and one in the winter.

SAP NYC001 | SHORT-TERM: NEW YORK (PRAD | 0 quarter hours

(Undergraduate)

The New York Way Program will provide Public Relations and Advertising (PRAD) students with a deeper understanding of the structure, operations and culture of agencies and media in Chicago and New York through a fast-paced, hands-on experience. During an intense two-week December session, students will spend three days conducting research and analysis of the Chicago advertising, media, and public relations industry environment; then travel to New York for four days of visits to major agencies, organizations, and media outlets, as well as meet and present to industry leaders and professionals on a special topic selected by a New York agency. (0 credit hours)

SAP NYC002 | SHORT-TERM: NEW YORK (PRAD | 0 quarter hours

(Graduate)

The New York Way Program will provide Public Relations and Advertising (PRAD) students with a deeper understanding of the structure, operations and culture of agencies and media in Chicago and New York through a fast-paced, hands-on experience. During an intense two-week December session, students will spend three days conducting research and analysis of the Chicago advertising, media, and public relations industry environment; then travel to New York for four days of visits to major agencies, organizations, and media outlets, as well as meet and present to industry leaders and professionals on a special topic selected by a New York agency. (0 credit hours)

SAP NYC003 | SHORT-TERM: CMN NYC (JOURNALISM) | 0 quarter hours

(Undergraduate)

This short-term seminar provides journalism students an immersion into the practices of a wide range of newsrooms in New York City, as well as an exploration of how these news organizations produce stories that engage and impact the communities they cover.

SAP NYC004 | SHORT-TERM: CMN NYC (JOURNALISM) | 0 quarter hours

(Graduate)

This short-term seminar provides journalism students an immersion into the practices of a wide range of newsrooms in New York City, as well as an exploration of how these news organizations produce stories that engage and impact the communities they cover.

SAP OKIN01 | SHORT-TERM:LAS/BUS OKINAWA | 0 quarter hours

(Undergraduate)

On this trip to Okinawa, Japan, students learn about how art and politics interact with everyday lives, history, and economics. Using photography and journals, students document their experiences as they explore and experience traditional Okinawan craft and contemporary art practices and learn about community based economic development against the backdrop of Okinawa's colonial, post-colonial and militarized history. Upon return, students share and reflect on their findings which culminate in a final project.

SAP OKIN02 | SHORT-TERM:LAS/BUS OKINAWA | 0 quarter hours

(Graduate)

On this trip to Okinawa, Japan, students learn about how art and politics interact with everyday lives, history, and economics. Using photography and journals, students document their experiences as they explore and experience traditional Okinawan craft and contemporary art practices and learn about community based economic development against the backdrop of Okinawa's colonial, post-colonial and militarized history. Upon return, students share and reflect on their findings which culminate in a final project.

SAP OMAN01 | SHORT-TERM: LAS OMAN | 0 quarter hours

(Undergraduate)

This short-term seminar allows students to examine the visual culture of the Islamic world, surveying major artistic developments with a particular interest in the Omani heritage, and considering art and architecture as an interplay between local culture and Islamic tradition.

SAP PANA01 | SHORT-TERM: SPS PANAMA | 0 quarter hours

(Graduate)

This short-term seminar introduces students to policy issues and different approaches to leadership in Panama and Latin America, with a focus on leadership, management and policy in relation to the Panama Canal.

SAP PERU01 | SHORT-TERM PROGRAM: PERU | 0 quarter hours

(Undergraduate)

This Summer study abroad program aims to introduce students to the history, culture, economics and politics of Peru within the context of Peru's post internal war process of reconstruction. Special emphasis will be given to social structure, gender issues and distribution of power. The purpose of this program is to immerse students in the culture of Peru, providing an experiential learning experience that complements academic and artistic learning, with intellectual investigations that concern the nature of service, social justice, democracy, globalization and human rights in contemporary Peru. This program responds to the College of Liberal Arts and Science's goals through the development of critical thinking and self-reflection while fostering social and cultural enrichment in an environment of respect and support. Students enroll in two courses associated with the program.

SAP PERU02 | SHORT-TERM PROGRAM: PERU | 0 quarter hours

(Graduate)

This Summer study abroad program aims to introduce students to the history, culture, economics and politics of Peru within the context of Peru's post-internal war process of reconstruction. Special emphasis will be given to social structure, gender issues and distribution of power. The purpose of this program is to immerse students in the culture of Peru, providing an experiential learning experience that complements academic and artistic learning, with intellectual investigations that concern the nature of service, social justice, democracy, globalization and human rights in contemporary Peru. This program responds to the College of Liberal Arts and Social Sciences' goals through the development of critical thinking and self-reflection while fostering social and cultural enrichment in an environment of respect and support.

SAP PERU03 | SHORT-TERM: CSH/LAS PERU | 0 quarter hours

(Undergraduate)

This short-term program in Peru will examine sustainable resource management and community participation in a global context, giving particular attention to the political controversies that have recently emerged in Peru around issues of natural resource extraction and governance.

SAP PERU04 | SHORT-TERM: CSH/LAS PERU | 0 quarter hours

(Graduate)

This short-term program in Peru will examine sustainable resource management and community participation in a global context, giving particular attention to the political controversies that have recently emerged in Peru around issues of natural resource extraction and governance. (0 credit hours)

SAP PHLP01 | SHORT-TERM PROGRAM: SPS PHILIPPINES | 0 quarter hours

(Graduate)

The Manila (Philippines) study abroad program in the December intercession is an opportunity to learn applied research methods and monitoring and evaluation approaches for urban poverty reduction. The program is a collaborative effort between DePaul University and Adamson University in Manila. The program places DePaul graduate students in collaborative teams of Adamson faculty and community leaders for evaluating the works of the Vincentian Center for Social Responsibility (VCSR) among marginalized sectors and informal settlers of Metro Manila. Students enhance their research skills for development research and monitoring and evaluation (M&E). The cross-cultural and service-learning character of this program offers to students a perfect opportunity to become effective, ethical and collaborative international public service researchers.

SAP POCZ01 | SHORT-TERM: TTS POLAND/CZECH REPUBLIC | 0 quarter hours

(Undergraduate)

This short-term seminar will focus on the plays and performances that have been created, and are still being created, around themes of the Holocaust, and how to gain an understanding of this cataclysmic event in light of the multicultural issues of race, religion, gender, and peoplehood.

SAP PORT01 | SHORT-TERM: COE PORTUGAL | 0 quarter hours

(Graduate)

This short-term seminar will compare and contrast U.S. practices to assess and treat chemical dependency with practices in Portugal, using speakers and site visits to learn about addictions, screening assessment, public policy, addiction across lifespan, evidence-based strategies, family risks and resiliencies, ethnic, culture and socioeconomic determinants of addiction, and gender sexual and sexual orientation differences.

SAP QAT002 | SHORT-TERM PROGRAM: QATAR | 0 quarter hours

(Graduate)

This short-term, MBA cohort-specific seminar, compares and contrasts business industry operations and management in the rapidly growing market of Qatar in order to heighten student learning. (0 quarter hours)

SAP ROME98 | SUMMER PROGRAM: ROME, ITALY | 0 quarter hours

(Undergraduate)

This program provides an opportunity to study how Italian culture and identity are portrayed through films from classics such as La Dolce Vita and Bicycle Thieves to acclaimed contemporary works like Romanzo Criminale. Visits to filming locations in Rome illuminate how cinema uses settings to shape a viewer's experience of a city, a nation, and a people. Furthermore, discussions with Italian film industry representatives provide a firsthand perspective on the filmmaking process, revealing how creative and practical choices affect the representation of cultural issues. The program includes a survival Italian course and a weekend excursion.

SAP RSSA01 | SHORT-TERM PROGRAM: RUSSIA | 0 quarter hours

(Undergraduate)

This short-term summer program focuses on the medieval art and history of Imperial Russia. The program visits in Novgorod and St. Petersburg. These two cities, both designated UNESCO World Heritage Sites, offer one of the world's richest ensembles of urban planning, art, architecture, and historical treasures. Students participating in this program earn 8 credit hours for two 4 credit courses. They will select a course in the spring and summer session.

SAP RSSA02 | SHORT-TERM: TTS RUSSIA | 0 quarter hours

(Undergraduate)

This short-term seminar will take Theatre students to Moscow to participate in an intensive actor training program, while exploring Russian theatre through attending numerous plays and engaging in cultural activities.

SAP RSSA03 | SHORT-TERM: TTS RUSSIA | 0 quarter hours

(Undergraduate)

This short-term seminar will take Theatre students to Moscow to participate in an intensive actor training program, while exploring Russian theatre through attending numerous plays and engaging in cultural activities.

SAP RWTZ01 | SHORT-TERM: COL RWANDA & TANZANIA | 0 quarter hours

(Professional Service)

This short-term seminar will give students the opportunity to witness the practice of international criminal law firsthand, through visiting international criminal courts and international institutions supporting international criminal law, while interacting with professionals working in the field.

SAP SAFRC1 | SHORT-TERM: SOUTH AFRICA SNL | 0 quarter hours

(Undergraduate)

Students explore recent South African history, politics, economics, and social life through visits to relevant historical sites, lectures and interaction with academics and experienced professionals in the areas of South African history, law, politics, economic development and public health. (0 quarter hours)

SAP SANT98 | TERM PROGRAM: SANTIAGO CHILE | 0 quarter hours

(Undergraduate)

Pontificia Universidad Catolica de Chile (UC) is the oldest university and one of the most recognized educational institutions in Latin America, ranked number one in the country and the second best in South America. DePaul's relationship with UC is a reciprocal exchange program.

SAP SCVA01 | SHORT TERM: SCANDINAVIA | 0 quarter hours

(Undergraduate)

Scandinavian countries like Iceland, Denmark and Sweden are known for their ecological consciousness and as leaders in renewable and alternative energy production. Their sustainable energy programs are known to be the best in the world and are therefore the perfect destination for studying the power and impact of sustainable energy. (0 quarter hours)

SAP SCVA02 | SHORT TERM: SCANDINAVIA | 0 quarter hours

(Graduate)

Scandinavian countries like Iceland, Denmark and Sweden are known for their ecological consciousness and as leaders in renewable and alternative energy production. Their sustainable energy programs are known to be the best in the world and are therefore the perfect destination for studying the power and impact of sustainable energy. (0 quarter hours)

SAP SCVA03 | SHORT-TERM: CDM SCANDINAVIA | 0 quarter hours

(Undergraduate)

This short-term seminar will introduce students to the unique relationships among Scandinavian society, landscape, and culture with a focus on how they have affected the development of modern design in Scandinavia.

SAP SCVA04 | SHORT-TERM: CDM SCANDINAVIA | 0 quarter hours

(Graduate)

This short-term seminar will introduce students to the unique relationships among Scandinavian society, landscape, and culture with a focus on how they have affected the development of modern design in Scandinavia.

SAP SGMY01 | SHORT-TERM PROGRAM: SINGAPORE & MALAYSIA | 0 quarter hours

(Undergraduate)

This short-term seminar explores the cultural and historical links between Singapore and Malaysia while analyzing the similarities and differences in their economic strategies. With the influence of colonialism and rapid economic growth after independence, the seminar provides insights into the economic and political development of two important South Asian societies. Students participate in meetings with government agencies, financial institutions, macro- and micro-businesses and media agencies to learn about a variety of issues.

SAP SGMY02 | SHORT-TERM PROGRAM: SINGAPORE & MALAYSIA | 0 quarter hours

(Graduate)

This short-term seminar explores the cultural and historical links between Singapore and Malaysia while analyzing the similarities and differences in their economic strategies. With the influence of colonialism and rapid economic growth after independence, the seminar provides insights into the economic and political development of two important South Asian societies. Students participate in meetings with government agencies, financial institutions, macro- and micro-businesses and media agencies to learn about a variety of issues.

SAP SHM001 | SHORT-TERM PROGRAM: SINGAPORE, HONG KONG, MACAU | 0 quarter hours

(Undergraduate)

This short-term seminar compares and contrasts the functioning of the tourism industry operations in the rapidly growing tourism markets of Singapore, Hong Kong, and Macau versus how it is conducted in the US to heighten student learning. It is an applied management program in hospitality leadership. (0 quarter hours)

SAP SHM002 | SHORT-TERM PROGRAM: SINGAPORE, HONG KONG, MACAU | 0 quarter hours

(Graduate)

This short-term seminar compares and contrasts the functioning of the tourism industry operations in the rapidly growing tourism markets of Singapore, Hong Kong, and Macau versus how it is conducted in the US to heighten student learning. It is an applied management program in hospitality leadership. (0 quarter hours)

SAP SHNG01 | SUMMER: SHANGHAI/CHINESE LANGUAGE | 0 quarter hours

(Undergraduate)

This eight-week summer language program in Shanghai, China allows students to study intensive Chinese. The program is designed for students who have the equivalent of at least one year of Chinese language learning. Intensive language study will be offered at Fudan University, one of China's most prestigious universities. Private tutoring and cultural activities such as tai chi, martial arts, and Chinese calligraphy, also will be provided during weekdays to strengthen language and cultural learning. Students also learn about contemporary life in China through lectures, readings, planned excursions and interactions with local people and students. This program is designed for students focused on intensive language study. Students enroll in a course about Chinese society and culture taught by DePaul faculty members during the spring quarter prior to travel. 16 credits total.

SAP SHNG02 | SUMMER: SHANGHAI/CHINESE LANGUAGE | 0 quarter hours

(Graduate)

This summer language program in Shanghai, China allows students to study intensive Chinese. The program is designed for students who have the equivalent of at least one year of Chinese language learning. Intensive language study will be offered at Fudan University, one of China's most prestigious institutions. Private tutoring and cultural activities such as tai chi, martial arts, and Chinese calligraphy, also will be provided during weekdays to strengthen language and cultural learning. Students also learn about contemporary life in China through lectures, readings, planned excursions and interactions with local people and students. This program is designed for students focused on intensive language study. Students enroll in a course about Chinese society and culture taught by DePaul faculty members during the spring quarter prior to travel.

SAP SKOR01 | SHORT-TERM: SOUTH KOREA IBS | 0 quarter hours

(Undergraduate)

This study abroad program is designed to acquaint students with both multinational technology companies in South Korea (Chaebol) as well as Korean/Asian culture comparing it to the U.S. culture based on Hofstede's cultural dimensions. (0 quarter hours)

SAP SKOR02 | SHORT-TERM: SOUTH KOREA IBS | 0 quarter hours

(Graduate)

This study abroad program is designed to acquaint students with both multinational technology companies in South Korea (Chaebol) as well as Korean/Asian culture comparing it to the U.S. culture based on Hofstede's cultural dimensions. (0 quarter hours)

SAP SPAI01 | SHORT-TERM PROGRAM: SPAIN | 0 quarter hours

(Undergraduate)

This short-term program explores the transition from medieval to modern Spain through art, architecture and history.

SAP SPAN03 | SHORT-TERM: SPAIN CMN | 0 quarter hours

(Undergraduate)

This study abroad program is designed to introduce students to Spanish culture and society as they are connected to their cinema. We will also analyze the use of social media and the public role they have played in recent times. (0 quarter hours)

SAP SPAN04 | SHORT-TERM: SPAIN CMN | 0 quarter hours

(Graduate)

This study abroad program is designed to introduce students to Spanish culture and society as they are connected to their cinema. We will also analyze the use of social media and the public role they have played in recent times. (0 credit hours)

SAP SPAN05 | SHORT-TERM PROGRAM: SPAIN | 0 quarter hours

(Professional Service)

This short-term seminar focuses on the theory and practice of European law. It will provide an overview of fundamental institutions and legal norms regulation business transactions and provide a comprehensive understanding of the world's most advanced transnational human rights legal system.

SAP SPAN06 | SHORT-TERM: CSH SPAIN | 0 quarter hours

(Undergraduate)

This short-term seminar will bring science students to the city of Cadiz, Spain and the surrounding areas, home of the Universidad de Cadiz. Students will engage in valuable interdisciplinary coursework and research while simultaneously gaining international experience.

SAP SPAN07 | SHORT-TERM: CSH SPAIN | 0 quarter hours

(Graduate)

This short-term seminar will bring science students to the city of Cadiz, Spain and the surrounding areas, home of the Universidad de Cadiz. Students will engage in valuable interdisciplinary coursework and research while simultaneously gaining international experience. (0 credit hours)

SAP SRES01 | SHORT-TERM: RELIGIOUS STUDIES RESEARCH | 0 quarter hours

(Undergraduate)

This short-term seminar is a specialized program intended specifically for Religious Studies majors and minors. The program location rotates each year, but is always focused on topics related to religion.

SAP SWIS96 | TERM PROGRAM: STUDYSWISS+ | 0 quarter hours

(Undergraduate)

The StudySwissPlus Program (StudySwiss+) is a study and internship experience designed specifically for students in the School of Hospitality Leadership (SHL) within the College of Commerce. The program at DCT University Center, an International Hotel and Business Management School in Vitznau, fits the requirements for SHL majors and provides high quality international training to enhance their careers in a leading location to gain such experience. In this incredibly flexible program, students choose either to study in Switzerland between one and three quarters, or extend their stay for an entire year that includes two quarters of study followed by a six-month paid internship in the Lodging or Foodservice industry in Switzerland. Students participating in StudySwiss+ are invited to study with world famous instructors, explore central Europe outside of class, and even add an international work experience to their resume. This course is for four terms.

SAP SWIS97 | TERM PROGRAM: STUDYSWISS+ | 0 quarter hours

(Undergraduate)

The StudySwissPlus Program (StudySwiss+) is a study and internship experience designed specifically for students in the School of Hospitality Leadership (SHL) within the College of Commerce. The program at DCT University Center, an International Hotel and Business Management School in Vitznau, fits the requirements for SHL majors and provides high quality international training to enhance their careers in a leading location to gain such experience. In this incredibly flexible program, students choose either to study in Switzerland between one and three quarters, or extend their stay for an entire year that includes two quarters of study followed by a six-month paid internship in the Lodging or Foodservice industry in Switzerland. Students participating in StudySwiss+ are invited to study with world famous instructors, explore central Europe outside of class, and even add an international work experience to their resume. This course is for three terms. (0 quarter hours)

SAP SWIS98 | TERM PROGRAM: STUDYSWISS+ | 0 quarter hours

(Undergraduate)

The StudySwissPlus Program (StudySwiss+) is a study and internship experience designed specifically for students in the School of Hospitality Leadership (SHL) within the College of Commerce. The program at DCT University Center, an International Hotel and Business Management School in Vitznau, fits the requirements for SHL majors and provides high quality international training to enhance their careers in a leading location to gain such experience. In this incredibly flexible program, students choose either to study in Switzerland between one and three quarters, or extend their stay for an entire year that includes two quarters of study followed by a six-month paid internship in the Lodging or Foodservice industry in Switzerland. Students participating in StudySwiss+ are invited to study with world famous instructors, explore central Europe outside of class, and even add an international work experience to their resume. This course is for two terms. (0 quarter hours)

SAP SWIT01 | SHORT-TERM PROGRAM: SWITZERLAND (BUSINESS) | 0 quarter hours

(Undergraduate)

This short-term seminar provides an opportunity for students to interact with members of a variety of NGOs in the Geneva area thus gaining an understanding of the complex nature of not-for-profit work in the current international climate. (0 quarter hours)

SAP SWIT02 | SHORT-TERM PROGRAM: SWITZERLAND (BUSINESS) | 0 quarter hours

(Graduate)

This short-term seminar provides an opportunity for students to interact with members of a variety of NGOs in the Geneva area thus gaining an understanding of the complex nature of not-for-profit work in the current international climate. (0 quarter hours)

SAP SWIT03 | SHORT-TERM: BUS/MBA SWITZERLAND | 0 quarter hours

(Graduate)

This short-term seminar will provide students with insight into Swiss economic success factors, banking and finance, as well as international business topics.

SAP SYMB14 | SHORT-TERM PROGRAM: SYMBIOSIS IMMERSION | 0 quarter hours

(Undergraduate)

This is a short-term immersion program for students from Symbiosis International University.

SAP TANZ01 | SHORT-TERM: SPS TANZANIA | 0 quarter hours

(Graduate)

This short-term study abroad program will bring graduate students together from different disciplines for an international, collaborative experience focusing on the interrelationship of social welfare, nonprofits management and economic development in general, and understanding the collaborative work of educational institutions, faith-based organizations, non-governmental organizations (NGOs) to effect positive social change.

SAP THAI01 | SHORT-TERM PROGRAM: THAILAND (SNL) | 0 quarter hours

(Undergraduate)

This program will introduce students to Thailand's rich past and changing present by tracing its complex relationships with the countries on its borders. Students will gain a deeper understanding of this land and its people, history, and culture. They will learn that Thailand has a history unique to that of its neighbors and that its culture is not homogeneously "Thai" but is in fact made up of many rich ethnic minorities attempting to coexist. (0 quarter hours)

SAP TWJP01 | SHORT-TERM: CMN TAIWAN & JAPAN | 0 quarter hours

(Undergraduate)

This short-term seminar takes students to the cities of Taipei and Tokyo, to participate in a design thinking workshop and competition, working on a team-based project to develop an advertising and branding campaign for a client, while meeting with advertising scholars and professionals, marketers, and representatives from media companies and organizations.

SAP TWJP02 | SHORT-TERM: CMN TAIWAN & JAPAN | 0 quarter hours

(Graduate)

This short-term seminar takes students to the cities of Taipei and Tokyo, to participate in a design thinking workshop and competition, working on a team-based project to develop an advertising and branding campaign for a client, while meeting with advertising scholars and professionals, marketers, and representatives from media companies and organizations.

SAP UKGR01 | SHORT-TERM: BUS UK & GERMANY | 0 quarter hours

(Undergraduate)

This short-term seminar provides students with exposure to non-US financial centers that are home to a cluster of nationally or internationally significant financial services providers such as banks, investment managers, central banks or stock exchanges. Students will learn how financial instruments are traded, how banks operate, and how the entire system is tied together.

SAP UKGR02 | SHORT-TERM: BUS UK & GERMANY | 0 quarter hours

(Graduate)

This short-term seminar provides students with exposure to non-US financial centres that are home to a cluster of nationally or internationally significant financial services providers such as banks, investment managers, central banks or stock exchanges. Students will learn how financial instruments are traded, how banks operate, and how the entire system is tied together.

SAP UKNG01 | SHORT-TERM: UIP CAREERS ABROAD UK | 0 quarter hours

(Undergraduate)

This short-term seminar will give students interested in careers abroad a chance to analyze their own individual skills, values, and interests and explore career options, and includes a study abroad experience to London, England to meet alumni who have worked and lived abroad.

SAP UKNG02 | SHORT TERM: LAS/CMN UNITED KINGDOM | 0 quarter hours

(Undergraduate)

This short-term seminar will enhance students? understanding of the ways in which the unique cultural and literary history of the United Kingdom has impacted the Harry Potter series, beginning with the writing of the novels, and to apply that understanding to contemporary audiences.

SAP UKNG03 | SHORT TERM: LAS/CMN UNITED KINGDOM | 0 quarter hours

(Graduate)

This short-term seminar will enhance students? understanding of the ways in which the unique cultural and literary history of the United Kingdom has impacted the Harry Potter series, beginning with the writing of the novels, and to apply that understanding to contemporary audiences.

SAP VIEN01 | SHORT-TERM PROGRAM: VIENNA | 0 quarter hours

(Undergraduate)

This study abroad program introduces students to the peoples, locations, and traditions significant in Vienna of both the fin-de-siecle and today. Present-day Vienna still bears the stamp of the great personalities that shaped its culture and identity in the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries, yet it is also a modernizing place, one that combines traditions of the past with innovations of the present, and exists as a global, multicultural center that straddles Western and Central Europe. It is also an ideal site for discovering how culture operates in people's lives by closely examining the things they eat, how those things are acquired in a large city, and how what people eat can tell us who they think they are. As a city of modern tastes, Vienna is shown through an exploration of music, visual arts, architecture, coffeehouse culture, as well as an examination of Viennese foods and systems of eating. VIET01.

SAP VIEN03 | EXCHANGE PROGRAM: VIENNA COL | 0 quarter hours

(Professional Service)

In this exchange program, DePaul students enroll in courses at Vienna University of Economics and Business College of Law (WU). (0 semester hours)

SAP VIET01 | SHORT-TERM PROGRAM: VIETNAM | 0 quarter hours

(Undergraduate)

This program offers students an opportunity to travel throughout Vietnam and explore multiple facets of its 1,000-year history, including its history of war in the twentieth century and its global emergence in the twenty-first. This program focuses on how Americans understand and interpret their encounters with other cultures, not only looking at how Americans have perceived Vietnam, but also how contemporary American culture has adopted, and been transformed by, its encounter with Vietnam. The trip features a variety of academic and cultural visits in locales such as Ho Chi Minh City, Hoi An, Hue, Hanoi, and Ha Long Bay.

SAP VIET02 | SHORT-TERM PROGRAM: VIETNAM | 0 quarter hours

(Graduate)

This program offers students an opportunity to travel throughout Vietnam and explore multiple facets of its 1,000-year history, including its history of war in the twentieth century and its global emergence in the twenty-first. This program focuses on how Americans understand and interpret their encounters with other cultures, not only looking at how Americans have perceived Vietnam, but also how contemporary American culture has adopted, and been transformed by, its encounter with Vietnam. The trip features a variety of academic and cultural visits in locales such as Ho Chi Minh City, Hoi An, Hue, Hanoi, and Ha Long Bay.

SAP WADC99 | TERM PROGRAM: WASHINGTON DC | 0 quarter hours

(Undergraduate)

DePaul University, in collaboration with The Fund for American Studies (TFAS), offers students the opportunity to learn about the political process through a full time internship in Washington, D.C. for the fall semester. The program is designed for undergraduate students interested in American politics and provides internship opportunities in the areas of political journalism, lobbying, government offices and agencies, and the nonprofit sectors. Capital Semester allows students to earn 12 transferable course credits at Georgetown; essentially, students will participate in their internship during the day and take three required evening courses.

SAP WASH01 | SHORT-TERM: UIP CAREERS WASHINGTON DC | 0 quarter hours

(Undergraduate)

This short-term seminar will give students interested in careers abroad a chance to analyze their own individual skills, values, and interests and explore career options, and includes a study abroad experience to Washington, DC to meet alumni who work in government, public policy, and international relations.

SAP 105 | STUDY ABROAD: TOPICS IN INTERDISCIPLINARY COMMERCE STUDIES (100 level) | 4.5-12 quarter hours

(Undergraduate)

STUDY ABROAD: TOPICS IN INTERDISCIPLINARY COMMERCE STUDIES (100 level)

SAP 109 | STDY ABRD:BUSINESS LAW | 4.5 quarter hours

(Continuing Education)

STUDY ABROAD: TOPICS IN BUSINESS LAW (100 level)