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Programs : Featured
This is a listing of all the featured programs in the program catalog. You can view the brochure for any of these programs by clicking on the program name.
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ARTS New Zealand: Architecture, Design, and Culture (ARTS 305/405)
Lake Taupo, New Zealand; Rotorua, New Zealand; Wellington, New Zealand

Terms: Summer II
Description: ARTS 305/405: Architecture, Design, and Culture Course dates: July 2-28, 2018 Faculty: Professor Sally Levine (sll14@case.edu) Approved for: Global and Cultural Diversity credit This intensive Wellington, New Zealand summer cou rse[...]
Bioethics Themes as Expressed in Spanish and American Culture: Film, Television, and Literature - Granada, Spain (BETH 315F / 415F)
Granada, Spain

Terms: Spring (May Abroad)
Description: BETH 315F/415F: International Bioethics Policy and Practice: Bioethics Themes as Expressed in Spanish and American Culture: Film, Television, and Literature  Course Dates:  This 3-credit intensive course will be held in Granada, Spa in.[...]
Bioethics: Death, Dying & Euthanasia in the Netherlands & the USA (BETH 315G/415G)
Amsterdam, Netherlands

Terms: Spring (May Abroad)
Description: Bioethics: International Bioethics Policy - Death, Dying & Euthanasia in the Netherlands & the USA Course Dates:  Course Description: Is it ever permissible for physicians to kill their patients? In the Netherlands, the a nswer[...]
Bioethics: French Connections - A Cross-Cultural Comparison of Medical Ethics (BETH 315D/415D)
Paris, France

Terms: Spring Break
Description: Course Dates:  Course Description: This 3-credit course is a collaboration between Case Western Reserve University and the University of Paris. The course includes a ten-day trip to Paris, France over Spring Break. This course offers a c ross-cultural[...]
Bioethics: Health and Health Care in Costa Rica - A Comparative Perspective (BETH 315C/415C)
Bahia Ballena, Costa Rica; San Jose, Costa Rica

Terms: Winter Break 1
Description: WINTER BREAK 2017-18 Course dates January 2 - 12, 2018 Program fee: $2,500 $300 (non-refundable deposit due upon application) Remainder of fee will be billed to CWRU account Fee includes ALL meals. In this multidisciplinary cours e,[...]
Bioethics: Public Health in the Netherlands: Sex, Drugs, and Public Health (BETH 315B / 415B)
Amsterdam, Netherlands; The Hague, Netherlands

Terms: Spring Break
Description: Course Dates:  Course description: This one week 3-credit intensive course will be held in Amsterdam, The Netherlands, with a day trip to The Hague. Taught by faculty from Case Western Reserve University, University of Cincinnati, and a [...]
Bioethics: Water Security and Social Justice in Brazil (BETH/INTH 315/415H)
Salvador, Brazil; UbaĆ­ra, Brazil

Terms: Winter Break 1
Description: As a student in this course, you will gain first-hand knowledge of the social and public health challenges regarding water security in Brazil. Through field experiences in the capital city of Salvador and the rural town of Ubaira, you will immers e[...]
Bioethics: Women's Health and Public Health Ethics in The Netherlands (BETH 315A/415A)
Amsterdam, Netherlands

Terms: Spring (May Abroad)
Description: This one week 3-credit intensive course will be held in Amsterdam, The Netherlands. Taught by faculty from Case Western Reserve University, University of Cincinnati, and a variety of academic, governmental, and community-based organizations [...]
Biology Field Studies: Costa Rica (BIOL 309/409)
La Selva Biological Station, Costa Rica

Terms: Winter Break 1
Description: Field Studies in Biology BIOL 309/409 Fall 2017 Program Description ________________________________________________________________________   Spend Winter Break 2017 conducting scientific research in a tropical rain forest at the World&rs quo;s[...]
Biology Field Studies: Namibia (BIOL 309/409)
Windhoek, Namibia

Terms: Spring Break
Description: Biology Field Studies: Namibia (BIOL 309/409) Course Dates: March 9-18, 2018 Pre-requisite courses: BIOL 214 & BIOL 326, or consent of instructor Faculty: Professor Christopher Cullis (cac5@case.edu) Students will participate in the dev elopment[...]
Classics: Lechaion Harbor and Land Settlement Project in Greece (CLSC 318/418)
Corinth, Greece

Terms: Summer I
Description: Lechaion Harbor and Land Settlement Project in Greece (CLSC 318/418) In-Country Dates: June 13-July 7, 2018 Faculty leader: Prof. Paul Iversen   This interdisciplinary course takes place i n[...]
DMLL: The Arab World Experience: Jordan (ARAB/ETHS/WGST 349)
Amman, Jordan; Jerash, Jordan; Madaba, Jordan; Petra, Jordan; Wadi Rum, Jordan

Terms: Spring Break
Description: *NOTE: IF the application deadline is extended, all applications submitted after December 1 will be assessed a $100 processing fee* DMLL Jordan Program dates: March 11-18, 2018 Instructor: Professor Toman (cheryl.toman@case.edu) Jordan is [...]
ENGR 350U/ANTH 300: Global Health Design in Uganda
Kampala, Uganda

Terms: Spring Break
Description: The CWRU Anthropology-Engineering Collaborative (AEC) offers this unique course applying social science and engineering skills and expertise to address global health issues in Uganda. The AEC is part of a longstanding collaboration between CWRU and M akerere[...]
ETHS/FRCH/WLIT 338: The Cameroonian Experience
Douala, Cameroon; Dschang, Cameroon; Yaounde, Cameroon

Terms: May Term
Description: The Cameroon Experience is a multi-discipline course that will help students capture the place of Francophone Sub-Sahara countries through a political, economic, and cultural encounter with people of all walks of life in Cameroon. Known as "Afri ca[...]
Engineering: Global Issues, Health, and Sustainability in India (EECS 342i)
Bengaluru, India; Halebeedu, India; Hassan, India; Jigani, India; Mandya, India; Mysuru, India; Nanjanagud, India; Saragut, India; Shravanabelegola, India; Srirangaptna, India

Terms: Spring (May Abroad)
Description: Global Issues, Health, and Sustainability in India (EECS 342i) Program Dates: May 16-29, 2018 Instructor: Prof. Sree N. Sreenath, PhD This unique, 3-credit hour experiential course is an engineering, medical and social work collaboration, whic h[...]
Engineering: Statics and Strength of Materials in Tianjin, China (ENGR 200T)
Beijing, China; Tianjin, China

Terms: May Term
Description: ENGR 200: Statics and Strength of Materials (in Tianjin, China) Course Dates: May 28 - June 12, 2018 Faculty: Professor David Zeng (xxz16@case.edu) Take ENGR 200 at Tianjin University (the oldest and one of the top universities i n[...]
Engineering: Thermodynamics, Fluid Dynamics, Heat and Mass Transfer in South Africa (ENGR 225B)
Cape Town, South Africa; Sanbona, South Africa

Terms: May Term
Description: ENGR 225B: Thermodynamics, Fluid Dynamics, Heat and Mass Transfer (in South Africa)    Course Dates: May  14 - May 31, 2018 Faculty: Professor Dan Lacks and Professor Donald Feke ENGR 225B is a 3-week course h eld[...]
ITAL 308: The Italian Experience
Florence, Italy; Rome, Italy; Urbino, Italy; Venice, Italy

Terms: May Term
Description: The Italian Experience ITAL 308 A three-week Italian immersion experience in Italy, May 21 - June 1, 2018 (plus May 14-18 in Cleveland) 3 undergraduate credits Visits to Venice, Rome, Florence, Urbino, and other locations Urbino ,[...]
MGMT 315: International Management Institute
Munich, Germany

Terms: Spring Break
Description: MGMT 315: International Management Institute Munich, Germany Business in Germany – A Template for Success?   Germany’s history is rich with successes in science, technology, art, and culture, but modern stability is still dra wn[...]
SASS Ecuador: Health, Human & Social Development in Rural and Urban Ecuador (SASS 375A/575)
Amazon Rainforest, Ecuador; Otavalo, Ecuador; Quito, Ecuador

Terms: Winter Break 1
Description:                                                                       & nbsp;[...]
SASS Guatemala: Child Welfare in Guatemala (SASS 375D/575)
Antigua, Guatemala; Guatemala City, Guatemala

Terms: Spring Break
Description: Child Welfare in Guatemala (SASS 375D/575) Travel Dates: March 9-18, 2018 Pre and post trip seminars:  January 27, February 24, and April 7 (Saturdays) Faculty members: Dr. Zoe Breen Wood (zbw@case.edu) and Dr. Victor [...]
SASS India: Global Health and Social Development in India (SASS 375G/575)
Agra, India; Bharatpur, India; Jaipur, India; New Delhi, India; Tilonia, India; Vrindavan, India

Terms: Winter Break 1
Description: This 3-credit experiential course will focus on multiple aspects of social welfare, public health, and socio-economic issues of development in a fast-changing India. This course will familiarize students with social development in India and policy [...]
SASS Netherlands: Mental Health Issues & Practice in the Netherlands (SASS 375B/575)
Amsterdam, Netherlands; Rotterdam, Netherlands

Terms: Spring Break
Description: Mental Health Issues & Practice in the Netherlands (SASS 375B/575) In-Country Dates: March 10-16, 2018 (second weekend free to travel) Pre and post trip seminars: January 27, February 24, and April 7 (Saturdays) Faculty leaders: &nbs p;Prof.[...]
SASS Netherlands: Social Justice - Health and Violence Prevention (SASS 325/575)
Amsterdam, Netherlands; Rotterdam, Netherlands

Terms: Spring Break
Description: Social Justice: Health and Violence Prevention (SASS 325) In-Country Dates: March 10-16, 2018 (second weekend free to travel) Pre and post trip seminars: January 27, February 24, and April 7 (Saturdays) Faculty leader:&nb sp;Dean[...]
SASS Nicaragua: Child Development/Child Welfare + Block Field Education Placement (SASS 575 + 604)
Granada, Nicaragua

Terms: Summer I
Description: Course Dates: In country June 1 – July 15, 2018 Pre-Trip and Post-Trip Seminars:  May 5 & May 19, 2018, July, 28, 2018 Faculty: Dr. Victor Groza, Professor & Dr. Zoe Breen Wood, Assistant Professor Ms. Aviva Vincent, M SW Program[...]
SASS Poland: Invisible Groups in a New Poland (SASS 375C/575)
Berlin, Germany; Poznan, Poland

Terms: Spring Break
Description:   Poland: Invisible Groups in a New Poland (SASS 375C/575) In-Country Dates: March 11-18,2018 Pre and post trip seminars:  January 27, February 24, April 7 (Saturdays) Faculty leaders:  Dr. Kathleen Farkas (kjf @case.edu)[...]
SASS South Africa: Social Justice/Social Work, International Learning through Community & NGO Internship (SASS 375L/575)
Cape Point, South Africa; Cape Town, South Africa; Groot Winterhoek Nature Reserve, South Africa; Stellenbosch, South Africa

Terms: Spring (May Abroad)
Description: Social Justice/Social Work, International Learning through Community & NGO Internship Course Dates: May 22-June 6, 2018 (must depart US no later than May 21) Pre-Trip and Post-Trip Saturday Seminars: February 24, April 7, and June TB D  Faculty[...]