Georgia Tech: - Valencia Spain Summer Program

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The Valencia Program offers two tracks of study.  All students will take a course on the History, Politics, and Culture of Spain and Portugal (INTA credit Politic of Western Europe).  Students not participating in biology undergraduate research la... read more

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The Valencia Program offers two tracks of study.  All students will take a course on the History, Politics, and Culture of Spain and Portugal (INTA credit Politic of Western Europe).  Students not participating in biology undergraduate research labs in Valencia will all take a course on the Economic and Political Crisis in Europe (INTA or MGT credit).  The students will choose a third course on either Mediterranean Ecology (Biology credit) or the Political Economy of Development (International Affairs or MGT credit).  This innovative program allows for a total group of about 20 students, along with a small elective class in Biology OR International Affairs with approximately 10 students each.  The basic program is 7 weeks (May 16 to July 1, 2016) and 9 credit hours.  Students also have the option of staying in Valencia an additional 3 weeks (10 weeks total) and earning up to 12 credit hours, including intensive Spanish (3 credits).  The 10-week option is suitable for the International Plan program at Georgia Tech.  Biology students can earn 9-credit hours over ten weeks including undergraduate research in biology labs.

Program Type(s):
Study Abroad
Program Length(s):
  • Summer
Relevant Study Subject(s):
  • History
  • Biology and Biomedical Sciences
  • Spanish and Iberian Studies
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