Study Abroad in Athens, Greece

Courses - January Term 2019

Students choose one course from the options below. Classes are taught Monday through Friday for a total of 45 hours.

AH 2122 (3 credits) | Topography and Monuments of Ancient Athens

This is a site-based archaeology course giving students an introduction to the topography and monuments of Athens from the Geometric period up to the Roman period. Students will gain familiarity with the archaeology, history and culture of this important ancient city, and as much of the learning takes place outside of the classroom, it will truly give students the opportunity to view the city from a new perspective.

$100-$150 museum entrance fees and transportation to sites not included.

HY 3061 (3 credits) | Modern Greece: A Troubled History

This course covers the developments in Greece from the Balkan Wars and the National Schism to the present. Particular attention will be paid to the role of Greece in the two world wars, the causes and consequences of the Civil War and the Dictatorship of 1967-1974 and the nature of the restored democracy after the fall of the junta.

IB 2006 (3 credits) | International Business

This course focuses on the essentials of international business and will give students an insight into the international business environment, international business law, crosscultural interaction, international accounting, international finance, comparative management, international marketing and global corporations.