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Coming Spring 2017 - Introduction to Arabic Culture
Coming Summer 2017 - Introduction to Greek Culture & Society

Information Sessions are available on the following days and times, in Beacon Hall, Rm. 222:

October 5th 12:30pm
October 20th 2pm
November 7th 12:30pm
November 30th 2pm
December 6th 2pm


HUM 119 Spring 2017: Introduction to Arabic Culture
3 credits
This course is a comprehensive introduction to essential cultural issues and patterns as they have developed historically in the Arabic-speaking world. Students will study how these issues manifest through representative works of literature as well as popular and highbrow cultural media such as music and film. The course will also provide a unique opportunity to produce in-depth cultural and literary analyses via oral discussion, PP projects and written essays. Students will perform all written and oral activities in English.

Approximate Cost: $ 3295 (Payment plan available)
For More information: please visit or contact Professor Mellouk at


HUM 119 Summer 2017: Introduction to Greek Culture and Society:
3 credits
Through a series of in-class lectures, discussions, and on-site visits, this course explores the inception, development, and evolution of Greek culture and society. Students are introduced to Greek thought, life and society, as they examine key historical, political, social, literary and artistic features geared to the understanding of present day Greece. Students will journey to Greece to observe, understand and participate in the Greek way of life. (Taught in English).

Approximate Travel dates: June 20-29, 2017
Destination: Athens, Delphi, Oylmpia, Argolida, Epidarus, and Mycenae
Travel cost: $3705-$3945
Deposit to hold spot: $95 (payment plans available)
For more information:
or contact Prof. Jamilet Ortiz

Check Out Photos From When Students Visited Italy!

Check out the slideshow from our Study Abroad in Italy in 2015.