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Each summer, Study Abroad offers Cedarville courses in international locations. These courses are taught by Cedarville professors and are open to Cedarville students who have a 3.0 GPA and have completed two terms at Cedarville University (College Now terms do not count). Some courses are specialized for specific majors and others are general education courses. They are ideal for students whose major do not have the flexibility of a semester abroad. The locations vary each summer.

Most trips are under $5,000 including tuition, program fee, and lodging. Tuition for the summer of 2020 is $831 per credit hour. Airfare is not included, but group flights may be available with students paying for their flight cost individually. Summer students will need to complete the Study Abroad application and health screening and meet with Study Abroad by January 15. Below is the list of course offerings for summer 2020:

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Spain

Dates:

  • Fall
    Sept. 6 - Nov. 25, 2020
    No Visa Needed
  • Spring
    Jan. 26 - Apr. 28, 2020
  • Summer Session One
    May 17 - June 19, 2020
  • Faculty-led trips 
       PYCH-1800 Cross-Cultural Psychology with Dr. Tse
       PPHR-4280 Intro Health Beh. and Beliefs - approved to be substituted for SPAN-3680 for this trip for those working towards a Spanish for Healthcare Prof. minor
       Several Pharmacy courses. See information below for details.
       May 17 - June 19, 2020
  • Summer Session Two
    June 21 - July 24, 2020

Courses:

  • All Spanish Language and Culture Courses for Major/Minor (ELML)
  • Spanish Internships / Practicum
  • Most Courses for the New Minor in Spanish for Healthcare Personnel and Certificate in Medical Spanish

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More information for Pharmacy students

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Ireland

Dates: May 6-28, 2020

You will earn credits for general education courses taught by Cedarville University professors while staying at Coolnagreina in Greystones. Your group will visit Belfast, Galway, and Cliffs of Moher. Faculty-led excursions in the Dublin area are used to enhance the courses.

Cost: $1750 program fee (housing, some meals, transportation), $200 non-refundable fee, $250 non-refundable administrative fee, plus airfare and tuition

Courses:

  • LIT-2300 Intro to Literature
  • Special Topics: Travel Writing

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Austria/Germany

Dates: May 10 - 24, 2020

Courses (no pre-requisites):

  • GER 3800 Special Topics in German (taught in English): The Passion Play  1, 2, or 3 credits
  • GER 3820 Germanic History and Culture (taught in English) 3 credits - counts as a Global Awareness gen ed elective

The Oberammergau Passion Play is performed every ten years. Experience the spectacle of this once-a-decade performance while learning its history and circumstances of its creation. Learn how medieval culture still influences the alpine regions of Germany and Austria. Visit Vienna, Salzburg (Austria), and Oberammergau (Germany).

Cost: $3800 program fee (housing, some meals, transportation during program), $200 non-refundable fee, $250 non-refundable administrative fee, plus airfare and tuition

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Geology of National Parks

Dates: May 5 - 20, 2020

Cost: $1,750 program fee (housing, transportation during class, etc.), $200 non-refundable fee, plus airfare and tuition

This trip, led by Prof. Tom Rice, will take you to Rocky Mountain area national parks, which include Yellowstone National Park, the Grand Tetons National Park, Jackson's Hole, Dinosaur NM, Badlands National Park, Rocky Mountains National Park, Devils Tower NM, Big Horn Mountains, Scotts Bluff, Mt. Rushmore, the Black Hills, and many others. Note that there will be a lot of hiking so participants should be used to hiking long distances and over various elevations. The starting and ending city will be Denver, CO. 

Course: GSCI-1030 Geology of National Parks 

  • This course fulfills the physical science requirement of 3.5 credit hours
  • There are no quizzes or exams
  • A project photo journal is due after the trip
  • The 3.0 GPA normally required for Study Abroad is waived

Anyone after the first 10 registrants will be put on a wait-list to get into the class.

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