British Studies Program

2014 British Studies Program

June 26 - July 27, 2014

British Studies

General Background

Welcome to British Studies. Your world for 4 nonstop weeks. You are living and learning in London, a city of 8 million people from every corner of the world. Your courses have a British accent, and so do many of your instructors. As an undergrad or a graduate student, you’re researching a topic of your choice, in institutions few Americans ever have a chance to visit. Soon you’ll be off with your class doing field research for 4 days in Paris, Amsterdam, Dublin, or wherever your professor and your class lead you.

 

Classes and Credit Hours

You will be able to select from a wide variety of classes in the areas of Art, Business, English, History, Interior Design & Geography, Mass Communication, Library Science, Music Industry, Political Science, Psychology, Sociology, and Sport Management. Based on a total of 6 credit hours for a given class, 3 credit hours are satisfied through lectures taught by eminent British scholars, artists, business leaders or government officials, and field excursions and seminars led by American professors. The remaining 3 credit hours are satisfied by supervised research. Awarded by the University of Southern Mississippi, the courses and 6 credit hours transfer to any university or college in the USA.

 

Costs

Your investment in British Studies will pay you back a lifetime’s worth of professional and personal dividends. The 2014 program costs $7,399 for undergraduate credit and $7,599 for graduate credit. Additionally, most students spend an extra $3000 on average to fund meals, weekend travel, mini break travel, supplies, and gifts.

 

Application and Other Study Abroad Opportunities

Completed online application with $250 deposit will be accepted until April 21, 2014. For more details about the program and application, visit the official website of the British Studies Program by clicking here. If you are interested in other study abroad opportunities, check out The Compass and The Abbey.

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Contact Information

Dr. Tony Wohlers
580.581.2496
awohlers@cameron.edu