Study Abroad with the History Department
Study Abroad History classes support deep academic and cultural learning while living in the host country. Usually such courses are taught in the Summer and include course offerings in other areas in addition to History. When taken as part of a degree requirement, study abroad courses qualify for financial aid. Each credit hour is offered at a significantly reduced price, well below in-state tuition costs; some students qualify for additional scholarship support.
We are happy to announce the establishment of a new program, Coastal in Arezzo, Italy. This year's trip runs May 11-June 1, 2014, with History, Italian Language, and Physics course offerings.
For more information, see Prof. Eliza Glaze in BRTH 371, e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org
More information on this opportunity to study in Tuscany for three weeks, with substantial weekend outings to Florence and Rome, is available from Coastal's Office of International Programs.
Left: Coastal Students in Korea
Below: Spring Break in Rome, 2008.