Study Abroad - India

Date: May 6 - 20, 2016

Cost: $3,500 plus tuition

This trip will allow the program facilitators to incorporate pertinent religious, historical, ethnic, archaeological, and cultural data into the real classroom experience. Students will have the opportunity to learn and get exposed to historical and contemporary issues related to statehood, nationalism, culture and traditions, religious activities as well as current politics in India. The trip is an eye-opener for students interested in Asian politics as well as those who want to explore global politics from scratch.

Courses Offered

SABR 2960: Indian Culture
HIST 3000: Special Topics in History
POLS 1150: World Politics
POLS 5410: Asia and the United States
POLS 5460: Politics of East Asia
SOCI 1101: Introductory Sociology
SOCI 2000: Global Sociology
SOCI 3200: Racial and Ethnic Minorities

Contact Director

Dr. Nalanda Roy