Vietnam (Winter 2014-2015)
Vietnam is so much more than you've heard. Find out for yourself in Winter 2014-2015.
.The Academic Experience
Vietnam is an exciting destination for a U.S. college student. This international learning community draws upon multiple disciplines - political science, literature, economics, business, and history among them - offering students a rich interdisciplinary context in which to study Vietnam.
The Academic and Cultural Experience Abroad
You will stay in Vietnam's three major cities: Hanoi, its capital; Ho Chi Minh City, its economic hub; and Hue, its cultural center. The three cities will provide us with rich cultural opportunities, access to inexpensive and exciting food, arts and crafts from a culture different from our own, historical sites that we have seen in Vietnam literature, history and film, and more. We will experience Vietnam as the site of a still provocative "American War," as a setting for vivid and important American and Vietnamese literature, as a quickly developing Asian economy, and as an evolving political experiment.
- ISS Seminar: Introduction to the Culture of Vietnam - 1 credit
- PSYC 471: Cross-Cultural Psychology (PS): Dr. A. Baugous.
- WL 310: Vietnamese Literature (PL): Ms. K. Hanson
- BUSN 367: From War to Doi Moi: Vietnam's Economic Liberalization (PH): Dr. A. Ericson
- Students will receive credit for a learning community and a global ("G") skill
Program Dates: December 2014-February 2015 (In Vietnam January-February 2015)
Cost: $14,250 (Tentative)
Costs include: Airfare, Lodging, Group meals, inter-city and intra-city transportation, visas, excursions, entry to museums & sites, international health insurance.
Costs do not include: Individual meals, discretionary spending.
For more information, contact the program director, Dr. Ann Ericson
Applications for the 2014-2015 Program will be available in November of 2013.
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.