Spring Term in Amsterdam (Spring 2014)
Spend spring in the city of tulips, canals, Van Gogh and Anne Frank.
Applications for this program are now closed.
Amsterdam Term offers students the chance to live the life of a thriving, progressive and cosmopolitan European city. Students will live on a houseboat, rent bicylcles as their mass transit, take classes with both Augie faculty and local experts, and explore a city that defines and redefines itself almost daily.
Program dates: March-May 2014
Cost: $17,000 (Tentative and variable depending upon enrollment numbers), approximately $1,500 more than on campus costs ($500 less than on campus after Augie Choice.)
Cost includes Tuition, Ground Transportation, Room, Excursions, Insurance.
Not included: Airfare, food, discretionary spending.
Faculty Contacts: Dr. Margaret Morse (Art History)
Academics: Students enroll in 3 courses and a 1-credit cultural seminar.
This program is a Learning Community designated program .Courses include:
Art History 375: Dutch Art and Identity (PP, G)
Sociology 206: Contemporary Social Issues (PS)
Women's & Gender Studies 303: Gender & Sexuality (PH)
Economics 362: International Finance, offered with a focus on the Euro & the European Crisis.
ISS Seminar: 1 credit course required for all students
This program is open only to full-time Augustana students.
Funds from Augie Choice are available for this program to any student with Junior status (60 credits or more) at the time of the program departure.