The Vienna Program will return at a future date to be determined.
SEE US ABROAD at:
May 22 - June 7, 2013
Vienna is called "The City of Music" for its importance to many of the world's finest musicians, and it's also been termed the "City of Dreams" for its role as Freud's home! Its unofficial titled, according to the BU students who've studied there, is the City of Grand Cafes. Vienna is also a surprising city. A few years ago, the Economist rated Vienna, tied with Vancouver, as the world's most livable cities! And one last factoid: Vienna was ranked first globally for a culture of innovation in 2007 and 2008, and second globally, after Boston, in 2009 by the Innovation Cities Index. How can one city offer so much history, and so much innovation? Find our for yourself.
You will not only experience Vienna, but spend a few days in the magical village of Igls, above Innsbruck, and you'll visit the beautiful city of Salzburg as well.
Courses offered (3 hours):
BMA 357 - Leadership and Interpersonal Behavior (3 hours)
Leadership students will become familiar with the theory, methods, and issues related to leadership in today’s organizations. The learning activities will focus on these objectives:
1. KNOW THYSELF. Understanding and developing your own point of view is important.
2. KNOW THY TEAM. People get things done and leading groups is critical to the process.
3. KNOW THY LEADERSHIP THINKERS. Leadership is both an academic discipline and a topic that is "trending now".
4. KNOW THY ORGANIZATION. Both organizational culture and change management are key leadership skills.
Prerequisite: BMA 352
Contact: Ms. Valerie Pape
ENG 300 - Exposition: Writing About Travel
PLUS LAS 305, a required, one-hour course that will meet the second half of SP13 semester, on Friday afternoons beginning Friday, March 22, 2013
THE COMPREHENSIVE PROGRAM FEE OF $3,900 INCLUDES:
tuition for 4 semester credit hours; round-trip airfare from O’Hare; accommodations w/private bath and breakfast daily; comprehensive local transportation pass; textbooks; a city tour, site visits, museum entrances, and excursions; travel to Innsbruck; and an International ID card.
TO REGISTER: Come to the Study Abroad Office, 325 GCC to pay your $500 non-refundable deposit. You must have a minimum 2.5 GPA.