Madrid and Granada
Program Dates: May 27 - June 12, 2017
Two of Spain's most beautiful and historically important cities.
Comprehensive fee of $3950 includes:
- Tuition for 3 hours of Bradley academic credit
- Round-trip airfare from Chicago O'Hare
- Twin room with private bath, including breakfast each day
- Travel from Madrid to Granada
- All textbooks and course materials
- Local transportation passes
- Onsite orientation and city tour and/or walks
- International Student ID Card
- A day excursion, class-related museum and historical site visits, cultural activities, and more!
Classes Available (3 credit hours each):
COM 394 Communication and Conflict Management
Dr. Elena Gabor, Department of Communication
Learning how to navigate conflicts is important in all human relationships. This course will cover the elements of conflict and best communication practices during conflicts at work and at home. We will consider spirals of conflict, interests, emotions, language and metaphors used to make sense of conflicts, conflict systems, how to map and analyze conflicts, competitive and collaborative negotiation, forgiveness and reconciliation, and third-party interventions. Exercises will involve role playing, maintaining a conflict diary, analyzing conflicts, and providing solutions for case studies in small business and family environments. When two roommates pretend they have an argument about toilet paper, one just has to dig a little deeper. It's never just about toilet paper! Prerequisite: this course has a prerequisite of COM 292 for Organizational Communication and Entrepreneurship students, but students majoring in ALL disciplines are welcome in this course! Dr. Gabor will waive the prerequisite to diversify our group. Join us!
HIS 337: Spain in Modern World History (Gen Ed NW, BCC GP and HU)
Dr. Brad Brown, Department of History
Course description coming soon!
WLS 306 Spain Interim: A Cultural and Historical Perspective
Prof. Adolfo Cisneros, Department of World Languages and Cultures
This course exposes students to Spanish culture with a two-week stay in Spain. The course will study primarily the development of the Spanish transition to democracy after forty years of dictatorship, and different aspects of the contemporary Spanish civilization and culture. To achieve this goal students will learn about Spanish history, politics, culture and social changes. Students will also visit numerous museums, churches, archeological and historical sites, as well as cultural and artistic centers. Under FLS 306 Spain Interim: A Cultural and Historical Perspective, the course site will change between major cities such as: Madrid, Barcelona, Granada, Seville, Cordoba, Bilbao, San Sebastian, etc. Topics may vary each time the course is offered. Students can retake this course for additional credit as long as the content of the course has changed. Prerequisites: FLS 303 and FLS 304 or consent of instructor
ENG 302 Travel Writing (Gen Ed C2)
Prof. Thomas Palakeel, Department of English
This intensive writing course will dovetail perfectly with your travels. In addition to class writing workshops, you will take notes on your experiences and turn those into daily journal entries that you will keep in a portfolio, accompanied perhaps by photos, memorabilia, and other fascinating travel miscellanea. Along with an extensive journal assignment, you will write two formal essays. All of your writing will focus on describing, narrating, and analyzing the ways in which daily interaction with a new culture can affect and change you, the traveler. Alumni of the Travel Writing class taught abroad comment that it helped them process and remember even the smallest details of their overseas experience.
Begin at the study abroad homepage. Follow the instructions for May 2017 Interim Programs pre-registration. Pre-register before noon on Wednesday, October 26, 2016. Then, you must complete the registration process in person at 8:30am on Thursday, October 27 in the Student Center Ballroom. Students will enroll in order of their cumulative credit hours until classes reach enrollment limits. Thereafter, enrollment for any remaining class places will be on a first-come, first-served in the Study Abroad Office, 325 GCC.
A $500 non-refundable deposit is required to secure your registration. Deposits must be made by check or cash only, as we are no longer able to accept credit cards.
All students must have a minimum 2.5 GPA established at Bradley in order to enroll in a course taught abroad. If you are a transfer student in your first semester at Bradley, or a first-year student, it may be possible to register after your Bradley GPA is established, depending on whether space is available in the course or program in which you wish to participate. Contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org for details.
Program Payment: after the initial $500 deposit, the remaining program fee is due in two equal installments: half of the remaining balance is due by February 3, 2017, and the final payment is due no later than March 10, 2017.
Cancellations: any notice of cancellation must be made in writing by the program participant. Those who cancel after February 3, 2017 will be subject to a $1,500 cancellation fee beyond the initial deposit. Those who cancel after March 10, 2017 will be subject to a 100% cancellation fee.