Imagine studying ecology and environmental biology in Costa Rica, the history of France in Paris, or learn Italian in Italy. You will embark on a remarkable journey that will benefit from intimate classes, instructors who are experts in their fields, and staff who know about the hidden gems in every location. The result is a superior educational experience that is engaging and empowering and that promotes growth, new perspectives and social responsibility. With innovative and exciting Sessions in Italy, France, and Costa Rica in May 2014 your education will be an escape into understanding.
Courses for May 2014 are:
|Course Code||Course Name||Location|
|BIOL201/3.0||Diversity of Life I||Costa Rica|
|ENSC311/3.0||Applied Environmental Policy||Costa Rica|
|HIST274/3.0||Cultural History of Modern France||France|
|ARTH 369/3.0||Architecture of the Renaissance Period||Italy|
|HIST 255/3.0||Renaissance and Reformation Europe||Italy|
|ITLN P10/3.0||Beginning Italian I||Italy|
As these are Queen's courses, Queen's students are not required to apply for a Letter of Permission.
For more information, check out the QBW website at http://www.qbw.ca, or come to the International Programs Office, B206 Mac-Corry.