HSS Study Abroad 2022

Virtual Study Abroad: Mexico 2021

June 5 – June 25

Program/Course Dates

June 5 – June 25

 

Application 

A link to the application will be available soon. Meanwhile, if you are interested, please email Jaycee Cover or Juan Gallego to be added to th-9e interest list.   

 

Marbella, Spain

 

Program Activities

  • All majors can apply 

  • Earn 3 upper division credits while studying in Madrid, Spain 

  • Walking tour of Madrid and Segovia 

  • Visits to museums and historical sites such as:

    • Museo del Prado (The Prado Museum) 

    • Museo Reina Sofia (Museum Reina Sofia)

    • Palacio Real de Madrid (Royal Palace of Madrid) 

    • Alcazar de Segovia (Castle of Segovia) 

  • Excursion to Toledo 

  • Farewell dinner and daily metro transportation pass included 

Valldemossa, Spain

 

Why I Studied Abroad

"Only one percent of college students study abroad, and I'm so glad that I chose to be one of them. Studying abroad in London was a dream come true, and being able to support my expectations with some firsthand experience was both a challenge and a reward. If you're truly prepared to immerse yourself in another culture and ingest what it has to offer, it will change you - for the better. I highly recommend that you take the plunge!"

-Kirsten O'Brien, 2016

Program / Course Summary

HSS 350 – Spanish Life and Culture: Spain in the context of the European Union (3 units) [GE – C.3 & Z]
Course description coming soon .

 

Faculty: Juan Carlos Gallego

Juan Gallego

Dr. Juan Carlos Gallego is a Professor of Spanish and TESOL at California State University, Fullerton. He has a rich international experience and has lead study abroad programs in 5 countries and three continents. He has also been Director of International Programs in Spain for the CSU twice. Dr. Gallego is passionate about study abroad and wants to transmit that passion to his students. He believes global awareness and international experience are critical in today’s workforce. They also contribute to a better understanding of  ourselves and of our place in the world. Dr. Gallego is multilingual. 

 

Program Fee 

$2,985.00  $2,735.00

 

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Observatorio at Chichen Itza

 

 

Scholarships and Financial Aid

Scholarships and financial aid opportunities are available to qualifying students. Follow these links to learn more!

 

Scholarships for All Students

 

Scholarships for HSS Majors and Minors

 

Financial Aid

 

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More Information

Visit Us: Student Success Center / HUM-112 / 8am-5pm, M-F
Email: Jaycee Cover

 

Attend Info Session              

Friday, Dec. 10 from 12-12:30pm via Zoom 

Wednesday, Feb. 9 from 12-12:30pm via Zoom or in-person in H-830A


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