A study tour is an academic course involving traditional classroom learning and experiential learning in an international setting. Tours provide students and faculty first-hand opportunities to investigate other cultures, enhancing academic development.
A Seton Hall faculty member will partner up with local guides to lead tours in small groups, allowing for maximum interaction and a meaningful travel experience. Numerous departments offer study tours for a duration of ten days, two weeks, or one month. Please see below for a list of upcoming study tours.
To apply for the programs below, please contact the faculty member leading the trip. All students will need to complete a study abroad application for the Office of International Programs after being accepted into the program by the professor.
Summer Study Abroad
May 22 - June 21, 2018
ASIA 2233 / 6233: June-in-China
9 Undergraduate Credits: 3 from Seton Hall University and 6 from Nanjing University or
9 Graduate Credits: 3 from Seton Hall University and 6 from Nanjing University
The goal of this program is to immerse students to the Chinese language and its culture. Throughout the travel course, students will develop a linguistic proficiency, and gain a better understanding of different cultural aspects, in particular, the historical and current developments of China, thereby opening up their intellectual horizon.
June 30 – July 7, 2018
Philanthropy and Christianity
3 Undergraduate Credits: POLS 3696 SP / CORE 3641 SP
This course will examine the influence of Christianity on the practice of philanthropy from early Christianity through the twenty-first century.
June 30 - July 28, 2018
ASIA 2211 SP/ASIA 9192 SP: SHU-Japan Exchange I
6-9 Undergraduate Credits: 3 from Seton Hall University and 3-6 from Sophia University or
6-9 Graduate Credits: 3 from Seton Hall University and 3-6 from Sophia University
Seton Hall University and Sophia University in Tokyo have exchanged students for the past 30 years as part of our SHU agreement to broaden and deepen the understanding between the two countries. The exchange program with Sophia University introduces students to a broad range of issues in Japan and Asia, leading to a greater understanding between Japanese society and people of other nations. Students are given the chance to meet Japanese people and learn firsthand about their language, society, economy, business, culture, religion, history, and literatures. The program includes numerous field trips at weekends and visits major historical sites in Japan.
June 18, 2018 - July 20, 2018
6 Undergraduate Credits: SPAN 2701/3701 + Course at University of Alicante
The 17th Summer Abroad Program in Alicante provides a unique opportunity for a short-term intensive study of Spanish language and culture. This is a 6 credit Spanish language and culture immersion program for Elementary, Intermediate, and Advanced students. All students, in each of the three levels, will take two 3-credit courses, one taught by Daniel Zalacaín, Ph.D. Professor of Spanish at Seton Hall University, and the other one by a distinguished professor from the University of Alicante. University of Alicante is located on the outskirts of this beautiful Mediterranean Spanish city. The program will run for four weeks. Students will take two three-credit courses, one of which will be taught by the director of the program, Daniel Zalacaín, Ph.D. and the other by a faculty member from the University of Alicante. Students will live with Spanish speaking families in groups of two per family. Nine days during week-ends will be dedicated to comprehensive guided excursions to the cities of Madrid, Toledo, Granada, and Barcelona. The objective of the program is to offer a true full-immersion experience in the language and culture of Spain.
BOSNIA and HERZEGOVINA
Sarajevo, Mostar, Banja Luka
July 20 - 28, 2018
DIPL6258SP Memory and Conflict: Dealing with the Past Constructively
3 Undergraduate / Graduate Credits
Borislava Manojlovic, School of Diplomacy, email@example.com
Through a study abroad trip in Bosnia and Herzegovina, this course examines how different actors and institutions address processes of dealing with the contentious past and how the politics of collective remembering impacts the dynamics of relationships among people on the ground. We will also examine various social practices and initiatives of counteracting the negative effects of divisive past through education, justice, policymaking, art and commemoration. We will visit different cities in BIH such as Sarajevo, Mostar and Banja Luka. This program will be an opportunity to apply various international relations theories and concepts, network with representatives of local and international organizations, engage with people on the ground and immerse in the rich culture of the region.
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