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Florence -  Sevilla
 
 
SECOND YEAR EXPERIENCE ABROAD for the CLASS OF 2016 

January 2014
 
Academic Component:  While abroad, students take one three-unit academic course taught by a USD faculty member (see below for course offerings in each location).

Experiential Learning Component: Students will be assigned to an Experiential Learning Group. These groups will be organized and led by current USD Student Affairs staff members who will meet with the students prior to departure, on-site in each location, and at USD upon return. Within these groups students will participate in cultural and social activities both in San Diego and abroad. 
 
Program Cost: The program cost for the Second Year Experience Abroad Program for 2014 is $4500. This cost includes the following: three units of tuition, housing (3 weeks), class-related activities abroad, cultural activities abroad, excursions, some meals and international health insurance.

Application Process: The priority deadline for the SYE Abroad 2014 program is December 7, 2012.  The final deadline is March 1, 2013. There is a $500 program fee deposit due with the application.
 
Logistics: Details regarding program housing and calendar for each location will be made available to all enrolled students.
 
Eligibility: Students participating in this program must have an anticipated graduation date of 2016. 
 

 
FLORENCE, ITALY - PROGRAM CLOSED
 
 
ARTH 138/HIST 110: Art, History and Culture in Renaissance Italy
Professors: Dr. Molly McClain & Dr. Lisa Regan
Fulfills: Fine arts or history core requirement
 
MKTG 300Fundamentals of Marketing
Professor: Dr. Maria Kniazeva
Fulfills: Required marketing course within the School of Business
 
THRS 119Christianity and Its Practice  
Professor: Dr. Susan Azaransky
Fulfills: Lower-division theology core requirement



SEVILLA, SPAIN

APPLY TO SYE SEVILLA NOW

 
SPAN 201: Third Semester Spanish 
Professor: Dr. Inigo Yanguas
Fulfills: Third semester language core requirement
 
THRS 114Introduction to Catholic Theology - Catholicism through the Lens of Sevilla
Professor: Dr. Florence Gilman
Fulfills: Lower-division theology core requirement