This unique summer travel experience has been offered annually since 2005, with over 120 students and 17 different faculty members taking advantage of this great opportunity. Students spend three weeks in eastern Germany with fellow Ashland students, earning six summer credits through AU courses. This program is approved for GPS Course with Study Away status. Students may choose to take two of the following three courses offered: ART 150: Art and Ideas, POLSC 3SG: Contemporary Germany; CHEM 251: Molecular Architrecture. Business majors who have a previous internship experience may pursue a second internship experience with this program.
Information meetings will be held Tuesday, September 23, 5:00 PM in the Student Center Auditorium and Wednesday, September 24, 4:00 in the Student Center Auditorium. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.