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  • International/Global Connections Community

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  • International/Global Connections Community

    New for Fall 2014!

     

    You should live in this community if you are interested in international travel, studying or teaching abroad, an international student, studying a foreign language, interested in meeting people from all over the world.

     

    This community is open to any student who is interested in studying or student teaching abroad, studying a foreign language, in a major within the Languages and Cultures Department, or for any student interested in living with international students. This community is also for degree seeking international students as well as international exchange students.

    • This learning community will be limited in size and will include a balance of domestic and international students.
    • The location for this community is still being determined.
    • Required common courses are still being determined
        

    Preference this community on your Learning Communities application if it sounds appealing to you! 

     Common Couse List:

    • 000468- PHIL 120 World Religions (3 credits) fulfills Goals 6 & 7. This course is offered on Tuesdays and Thursdays from 10:30am - 11:45am and instructed by Konrad Czynski.
    • 000406-CMST 100 Speech Communications (3 credits) fulfills Goal 1. The course meets Mondays and Wednesdays from 10:30am - 11:45am and instructed by Rebecca Gardner.

    Strongly Recommended Credits
    000067-CHIN 132 Chinese Culture (3 credits) T-Th 12:00pm - 1:15pm *Only if this class fits into the students schedule

    Global/International Connections students will take SOC 110 (Goal 5) in the spring                  

     Learning Community Location:

    The international/Global Connections Community is housed in Nelson Hall.