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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 305: Study Abroad Paris Architecture: Design and Culture
Paris, France

Terms: Summer II
Description: Study Abroad Paris Architecture: Design and Culture July 6 - August 2, 2015 ARTS 305   Problem Solving is at the very core of Design, and no city has been more inventive when it comes to Problem Solving than Paris. In the mid-nine teenth[...]
BETH 315C/415C: Health and Health Care in Costa Rica: A Comparative Perspective
Bahia Ballena, Costa Rica; San Jose, Costa Rica

Terms: Winter Break 1
Description: WINTER BREAK 2015 Course dates December 29, 2015-January 7, 2016 Instructors: Suzanne Rivera, Ph.D., M.S.W. (Dept. of Bioethics), Michael Householder, Ph.D. (SAGES) & Kurt Rhoads Ph.D., P.E. (Dept. of Civil Engineering) Program fee: $ 2,250 $200[...]
Bioethics: European Perspectives on Bioethics (BETH 315E/415E)
Salamanca, Spain

Terms: Spring Break
Description: Course dates: March 8-13, 2015; Lodging for students: March 7-15, 2015. This 3-credit course will introduce undergraduate and graduate students to theoretical and practical aspects of bioethics in a European context.  Continental health p rofessionals[...]
Bioethics: French Connections: A Cross-Cultural Comparison of Medical Ethics (BETH 315D/415D)
Paris, France

Terms: Spring Break
Description: Course Dates : March 8-13, 2015; Lodging Booked: March 7-15.  This 3-credit course is collaboration between Case Western Reserve University and the University of Paris. The course includes a ten-day trip to Paris, France over Spring Break .[...]
CCEL: Alternative Spring Break Nicaragua
Chinandega, Nicaragua; Granada, Nicaragua; Leon, Nicaragua; Managua, Nicaragua; Manzano Uno, Nicaragua

Terms: Spring Break
Description: The Center for Civic Engagement and Learning offers an international Alternative Spring Break service trip to that allows students to experience life in a rural Nicaragua community.  Service projects will include facilitating activities with the [...]
CLSC 326/426: Rome on Site: The Archaeology of the Eternal City
Ostia, Italy; Pompei, Italy; Rome, Italy; Tivoli, Italy

Terms: May Term
Description: Rome on Site: Touring the Archaeology of the Eternal City CLSC 326/426 May 12 - 31, 2015 *Scholarships are available for majors and minors to study abroad. For more information on how to apply, please contact the professor of the course or [...]
CWRU in London
London, United Kingdom

Terms: Spring
Description: Why CWRU in London? 1.  Study with the world’s best performing artists at the world-renowned Royal Academy of Dramatic Art.  2. Sharpen your theatrical skills in voice, clown, physical performance, physical performance ,[...]
Classics: Athens Environment & Ethics (CLSC199)
Athens, Greece

Terms: Spring Break
Description: Please note: Applications submitted after December 1 will be assessed a $100 processing fee. This course can be either the finishing touch for the Classics major, or a humanities burst for the Science students who is having trouble squeezing in a [...]
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: All applications submitted after December 1 will be assessed a $100 processing fee. DMLL Jordan Program dates: March 7-15, 2015 Jordan is a fascinating country rich in tradition yet modern at the same time with Amman as its cos mopolitan[...]
ECHE 362D: Chemical Engineering Laboratory in Denmark
Lyngby, Denmark

Terms: Summer II
Description: ECHE 362D: Chemical Engineering Laboratory in Denmark     A version of ECHE 362 taught during the summer at Technical University of Denmark (DTU) in Lyngby, Denmark. Prerequisites: ECHE 260 and ECHE 360 and ECHE 361 and ECHE 363 an d[...]
ENGR 200: Statics and Strength of Materials (in Tianjin, China)
Beijing, China; Tianjin, China

Terms: May Term
Description: ENGR 200: Statics and Strength of Materials (in Tianjin, China) May 25 - June 11, 2015 Take ENGR 200 at Tianjin University in Tianjin, China! Classes will be taught in the morning. Recitation and homework sessions will be held in the aft ernoon.[...]
ENGR 225B: Thermodynamics, Fluid Dynamics, Heat and Mass Transfer (in Botswana)
Gaborone, Botswana

Terms: May Term
Description: ENGR 225B: Thermodynamics, Fluid Dynamics, Heat and Mass Transfer (in Botswana)    May  23 - June 10, 2015 ENGR 225B is a 3-week 'May Term' course held at the University of Botswana.  (Dates are May 23 - Jun e 10[...]
FRCH/WLIT 308/408: The Paris Experience
Paris, France

Terms: May Term
Description: FRCH 308/408 or WLIT 308/408: The Paris Experience May 10-May 30, 2015 A three-week course in Paris, France!   Paris is a tourist-friendly city, but there are fascinating neighborhoods of France's capital that many tourists do n't[...]
ITAL 308: The Italian Experience
Florence, Italy; Rimini, 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 18 - June 18, 2015* 3 undergraduate credits Visits to Venice, Rome, Florence, Rimini, Urbino, and other locations Urbino, Italy   Collab orate[...]
International Bioethics Policy and Practice: Public Health in the Netherlands (BETH 315B / 415B)
Amsterdam, Netherlands; The Hague, Netherlands

Terms: Spring Break
Description: Course Dates : March 8-13, 2015; Lodging Booked: March 7-15, 2015 This 3-credit intensive course will be held in Amsterdam, The Netherlands over spring break and will be taught by faculty from Case, the University of Utrecht, and the Universit y[...]
International Bioethics Policy: Death, Dying & Euthanasia: Netherlands & the USA (BETH 315G/415G)
Amsterdam, Netherlands

Terms: Spring (May Abroad)
Description: Course Dates: May 11-22, 2015; Lodging will be booked for May 9-23, 2015. Instructors: Stuart J. Youngner, M.D. Is it ever permissible for physicians to kill their patients?  In the Netherlands, the answer is yes.  In the United S tates,[...]
MSASS Ecuador: Health, Human & Social Development (SASS 375/575)
Iyarina Rainforest, Ecuador; Quito, Ecuador; Runatupari, Ecuador

Terms: Winter Break 1
Description: *Please note:  Although the application deadline for this program is September 1, it often fills up before the deadline.  Therefore, to reserve your spot, it's important that you complete your application (including payment [...]
MSASS Guatemala: Community Based Child Welfare (SASS 375D/575)
Antigua, Guatemala; Guatemala City, Guatemala

Terms: Spring Break
Description: Guatemala: Community Based Child Welfare - SASS 375/575 Travel Dates: March 6 or 7 - March 15, 2015 (We can book your flight for either March 6 or7 and have an extra day at no extra cost.)  Pre and post trip seminars &nb sp;Saturday[...]
MSASS India: Global Health and Social Development (SASS 575/375)
Agra, India; Delhi, India; Jaipur, India; Mumbai, India

Terms: Winter Break 1
Description: SASS 575/375: Global Health and Social Development      Location: Mumbai (Financial Capital), Delhi (National Capital), Agra (City of Taj Mahal), Jaipur (Pink City), India         &n bsp;                                                                                                                   Travel[...]
MSASS Netherlands: Gender and Sexuality Justice - LGBT Life in Contemporary Dutch Culture (SASS 375/575)
Amsterdam, Netherlands

Terms: Spring Break
Description: Netherlands: Amsterdam Gender and Sexuality Justice: LGBT life in Contemporary Dutch Culture SASS 375/575 In-Country Dates: March 8-15, 2015 (You have a choice to travel on March 6 on same flight as faculty and have an extra hotel evening a t[...]
MSASS Netherlands: Integrated Mental Health and Substance Abuse (SASS 375B/575)
Amsterdam, Netherlands; Rotterdam, Netherlands

Terms: Spring Break
Description: Netherlands Amsterdam Mental Health Issues and Practice In-Country Dates: March 8-15, 2015 (You have a choice to travel on March 6 on same flight as faculty and have an extra hotel evening at no extra cost) Students can make own fl ight[...]
MSASS Netherlands: Social Justice: Health and Violence Prevention (Graduate Course - SASS 575)
Amsterdam, Netherlands; Rotterdam, Netherlands

Terms: Spring Break
Description: Netherlands Amsterdam Social Justice: Health and Violence Prevention In-Country Dates: March 8-15, 2015 (You have a choice to travel on March 6 on same flight as faculty and have an extra hotel evening at no extra cost) Students ca n[...]
MSASS Netherlands: Social Justice: Health and Violence Prevention (SASS 325/575)
Amsterdam, Netherlands; Rotterdam, Netherlands

Terms: Spring Break
Description: Netherlands Amsterdam Social Justice: Health and Violence Prevention In-Country Dates: March 8 - 15, 2015 (You have a choice to travel on March 6 on same flight as faculty and have an extra hotel evening at no extra cost) Studen ts[...]
MSASS Poland: Invisible Groups in a New Poland (SASS 375C/575)
Berlin, Germany; Poznan, Poland

Terms: Spring Break
Description: POLAND: SASS 375/575 Poland: Invisible Groups in a New Poland In-Country Dates: March 7-15, 2015 Pre and post trip seminars:  Saturday January 31, February 21, & April 25   This course introduces students to Po lish[...]
POSC 380B: Uprising and Political Change in the Arab World
Amman, Jordan; Dead Sea, Jordan; Jerash, Jordan; Petra, Jordan; Umm Qais, Jordan; Wadi Rum, Jordan

Terms: May Term
Description: Uprising and Political Change in the Arab World POSC 380B May 2015, Amman, Jordan This course explore political and social change in the Arab World with an emphasis on the 2011 uprisings. It is designed as a three week program taking place [...]
SPAN 306/406 - ETHS 306: The Cuban Experience
Matanzas, Cuba

Terms: May Term
Description: The Cuban Experience Cuba, May 9 - June 1, 2015 SPAN 306/406 / ETHS 306 During three weeks of summer, students will have an opportunity to study in Matanzas, a city located on the northern shore of Cuba, about 60 miles from Havana. [...]