ETSU Faculty Led Programs

Summer Programs


CANADA –GEOG/GEOL 3700 – Summer GeoSciences Field Camp. This field camp will introduce participants to the geography and geology of Southereastern Ontario. (Brochure)

For more information, please contact Dr. Whitelaw () , Dr. Luffman () or Ms. Nelson ()

CHINA - Study and site visits in Beijing, Xi’an, and elsewhere. Students will attend lectures on Chinese language, culture, politics, society, and history; interact with Chinese students; and visit The Great Wall, the Forbidden City of the Emperors, the Summer Palace, Tiananmen Square, the Terra Cotta Warriors, and more. (Brochure)

ECUADOR - Witness the beauty of Ecuador through a one month summer study abroad program. This two course session offers a class in Tropical Botany and a Spanish Language class. Travel to high Andes "paramo", Amazon rain forests, Pacific coastal mangroves, cloud forest desert. (Flyer, Info Sheet, Syllabus, Application). Click here to view more from a previous trip.

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ENGLAND - CJCR 4017/5017 - Comparative Criminal Justice

The purpose of this course is to offer students a look at how criminal justice is practiced around the world. The course compares and contrasts the criminal justice system in the United States with justice systems in one selected country. (Flyer)

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HIMALAYAN HEALTH EXCHANGE – ANTH 4956/5956 – Anthropology Summer Field Trip Expedition to the Himalayas.

June 19 – July 9, 2014.
Contact for more information. (Brochure, Itinerary, Fact Sheet, and Registration Form).

ITALY - Architectural History - summer course in Rome, Italy

Immerse yourself in experiential learning - Spend the summer in Rome with ACCENT and ETSU. Explore Italian monuments, churches, museums and galleries, as Rome becomes an extension of your classroom while you are studying art and architecture of the city.

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ITALY - Art, Culture, & Wood Fired Terracotta ” with Don Davis  - A Two-week Experience at Castello Spannocchia in Tuscany, Italy. (Brochure) (Registration Form)

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NICARAGUA - EPID 5700 - Interprofessional Perspectives on Global Health

This course addresses the knowledge and skills necessary to work in interprofessional healthcare teams in a global health setting. (Flyer)

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RUSSIA - Visit Lake Baikal with a team of biologists. Baikal is the deepest, the largest and the oldest lake on earth, home to a great diversity of endemic organisms. Spend a week at a field station and travel around the lake on a 5-day trip on a charter boat. SCUBA diving a possibility. Visit Moscow and St. Petersburg. Students will be taking BIOL 4950, Biodiversity Hotspots (2 credits).

See more details here. (Flyer, Application Form)

TURKEY - PSCI 3850 - Politics of the Middle East

This is a unique opportunity to study politics in this historical, modern, and vibrant city. (Brochure)

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