Summer in Croatia
International Conflict in the Balkans
Course: International Conflict in the Balkans - POLS 395
Course Description: This three-week summer program provides students with a unique opportunity to study international and ethnic conflict in Dubrovnik, Croatia. In order to focus on the wars during the collapse of Yugoslavia, students will also gain an insight into major conflicts of the 20th century that involved the Balkan Region.
Formal instruction occurs in the mornings and the field and cultural trips are scheduled during afternoons and weekends which allows students a unique opportunity for experiential learning. The class is taught in English by SUNY Canton faculty, Michael Popovic. Pre-requisite: Introduction to International Relations to be offered online in the first summer session for those students who have not taken this course.
Language of Instruction: English
Housing: Apartment style accommodation in the center of Dubrovnik, Croatia. See photos
Course Dates: July 10 - July 31, 2013
Eligible Participants: Sophomores and above with a 2.75 GPA or better
Application Deadline: March 1, 2013
Credits: 3 Undergraduate
Deposit: Full payment of the Course Fee is due to the International Programs Office by April 1, 2013
Application: Apply Now