Program Dates and Fee:
May 23- June 14, 2022 | $4,170* (subject to change and does not include tuition)
Geology, climate, religion, and culture have shaped the Indian subcontinent. In this unique course, we travel the length of the Ganges River from the Himalayan glaciers to the Sunderbans mangrove forests of the Bay of Bengal, studying how science, economics, sustainability, religion, pilgrimage, and cultures converge. Grab your travel gear and join us for an adventure of a lifetime!
Students choose one or two of the below courses:
RELS 101: Religion and Society (3 credits)
GEOL 240: Water Resources and Pollution in the Developing World (non-majors) (4 credits)
GEOL 364: Water Resources and Pollution in the Developing World (majors) (4 credits)
GEOL 240 – GEOL 103 or HONS 155 or ENVT 200 or permission of the instructor
GEOL 364 – GEOL or GENV B.S. declared majors only or permission of the instructor
Program Director, Dr. Todd LeVasseur, shares more about his course in this program in this short video:
Program Director, Dr. Vijay Vulava, shares more about his course in this program in this short video:
You can view the promotional postcard here:
Dr. Todd LeVasseur
Dr. Vijay Vulava
Financing Summer Study Abroad:
- In-state residents pay the in-state tuition rate.
- Out-of-state residents pay the in-state tuition rate plus 30% for courses associated with summer study abroad programs.
- The Center for International Education offers scholarships from $500- $2,000. Eligibility is based on demonstrated financial need, academic merit, 2 faculty recommendations and a personal statement. Learn more here.
- You may be eligible for additional financial aid during the summer term.
Application Deadline: February 15, 2022