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  • Locations: Salzburg, Austria; Vienna, Austria
  • Program Terms: Summer
  • Budget Sheets: Summer A
Dates / Deadlines:
Dates / Deadlines:
Term Year App Deadline Decision Date Start Date End Date
Summer 2019 02/15/2019 ** Rolling Admission TBA TBA

** Indicates rolling admission application process. Applicants will be notified via email upon acceptance into this program.
Fact Sheet:
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Areas of Study: Political Science Housing Options: Homestay, Student Housing
Language of Instruction: English Minimum GPA: 3.0
Minimum Number of Credit Hours: 03 Academic Level: Undergraduate
Program Type: Short Term
Program Description:
Political Science at Salzburg College Summer
Austria 
Summer 2018


Students will select ONE summer session to attend:
  • Summer Session I: May 13-May 26
  • Summer Session II: May 27- June 16
  • Summer Session III: June 17- July 7

After the committal deadline students will be asked to select which term(s) they would like to complete the application for. 

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Program Description:

The department of Political Science at UCF is happy to provide a European focused short-term study abroad to complement our comparative politics and international relations focused majors.

This summer program, hosted by Salzburg College, offers an introduction to various aspects of Austrian and European politics.   Most courses emphasize the special opportunities provided by the Salzburg setting through field experience, including visits to local sites, cultural, and professional institutions.  Courses are available in Understanding Austria: History, Politics and Culture, Economics and Politics of the EU and German language.  Students will take one course selected with the help of an advisor.

Students will be expected to complete courses offered by Salzburg College, including those where they shall be immersed and gain knowledge of Austrian culture, the European Union, cultural business and marketing practices, and local musical traditions.  Field studies are incorporated into coursework and midterm and final exams judge the proficiency of students during the semester.


Learning Outcomes:
  • Students will be expected to complete courses offered by Salzburg College including those where they shall be immersed and gain knowledge of Austrian  politics and culture, and the European Union.
  • Students are required to enroll in one German language course as well as a cross-cultural course, Understanding Austria.
  • Each course has distinctive learning objectives and assessments.
  • Field studies are expected to be incorporated into coursework and midterm and final exams judge the proficiency of students during the semester.


Program Courses:

Summer Session I
  • Cross-Cultural Communication and Understanding
  • The European Experience: History, Politics, and Culture
  • The Mozart Project (Special Topics in Music)
  • Music Composition
  • Music Performance (private instruction)
  • German Language Instruction (all levels)

Summer Session II
  • Economics and Politics of the EU
  • Propaganda and Strategic Communication
  • Cultural (Arts) Management
  • Austrian Literature and Culture
  • The Mozart Project
  • Selected Topics in Music History
  • Music Composition
  • Music Performance
  • German Language Instruction

Summer Session III
  • Management and Leadership Development
  • Music Appreciation 
  • The Mozart Project
  • Selected Topics in Music History
  • Music Composition
  • Music Performance
  • German Language Instruction 
Students will be expected to complete courses offered by Salzburg College, including those where they shall be immersed and gain knowledge of Austrian culture, the European Union, cultural business and marketing practices, local musical traditions, and formalized study. Field studies are incorporated into coursework and midterm and final exams judge the proficiency of students during the semester.

Please note that coursework will be recorded on a Seminole State transcript and will be transfer credit to UCF. 


Pricing:

Program fee: $3,335


Payment 1:TBA
Payment 2:TBA

Application:
Deadline to apply is 02/01/2018
Deadline to commit to the program is 02/11/2018

Contact:
Program Advisor: Nicholas Schenk
Program Advisor email: Nicholas.Schenk@ucf.edu