Epicenter: Early 20th Century Paris
Epicenter: Early 20th Century Paris. Art, Science and Business. March 8 - 16, 2013
Paris is the birthplace of modernism in the early late 19th and early 20th century. Art, technology, science and business all grew by leaps and bounds during this era. Peugot was making its first cars and Edouard Michelin patented its first removable pneumatic tires. Paris was also a place for science in this time period with such great names as Louis Pasteur and Marie Curie. Montparnasse and Montmartre, two small sections of Paris, were havens for artists and intellectuals alike. Names like Picasso, Chagall, Rousseau and Brancusi ( to name a few) sought out each other to share their ideas and the ideas of others. Today, those influences have left a lasting impression, and Paris has added the world of Business to her agenda. Come and see Paris - and learn about her growth as a modern city.
Choose from the following courses:
BIO 245GL Microbiology
BIO 390GL Microbiology Lab
HIS 314 GL 20th Century Europe
ART 397GL Paris and German Avant Garde Art History
COM 213GL - Intercultural Communications
French (any level)
6 credits - $1050 Global learning fee for students enrolled in two classes listed above.
3 credits - $1750.00 Global learning fee for students enrolled in one class listed above
Non-credit option: $2400
Costs include round-trip airfare, hotel accommodations, sightseeing throughout, All museum admissions according to the itinerary, breakfast daily at your hotel.