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Intersession Travel Courses

The Office of Summer School will offer study abroad courses in Summer 2015 to London, England (taken with CRJC 370 or 670)
and Beijing and Shanghai, China (taken with BADM 490 or 630).  For more information on the London trip, contact Dr. Beth Quinn at
(910) 672-2192 or equinn@uncfsu.edu. For information on the China trip, you may contact Dr. Ruth King at (910) 672-1249 or rking6@uncfsu.edu.

To register for the study abroad courses, you must:

  1. Complete the pre-application
  2. Pay the non-refundable deposit of $500, which is due no later than February 1, 2015, by registering through our Online Registration system.
  3. Register for the appropriate Intersession course.(Registration opens April 13, 2015).

China

Join us for this extraordinary experience studying the culture and business practices of China, while traveling to Beijing, Tianjin, Shanghai and Hangzhou.
The trip to China is a component of our Intersession Course BADM 490 or 603.  Tuition for the course will be billed through the university cashier.  Participants
should register through Banner when Summer registration opens in April.

Cost of travel should be paid through this site.  Select Registration > All Courses > China.  The cost includes:

  • Visa processing fee (you must get your own passport before February 1).
  • Airfare
  • Ground transportation in China including high speed train from Beijing to Shanghai.
  • All breakfasts, two lunch meals, two dinner meals
  • Five company site visits arranged by our host, the Asia Institute, with their corporate partners
  • One university visit
  • Cultural/historic visits and admission to six sites
  • Tour guides with English fluency


$500 non-refundable deposit due by February 1.  Deposit applied toward cost of travel.

London

The Applied Comparative Criminal Justice course (CRJC 370 0r 670) and travel experience will expose participants to the policing and court systems in the
United Kingdom.  Students will be given readings to familiarize them with how the UK approaches common problems found in the U.S. - interpersonal
violence, property crime, and police-community relations, and they will also see how a policing system can exist without officers carrying firearms - something
foreign to our U.S. system since its beginning.

The travel itinerary includes a walking tour of London, visits to the Inns of Court and Royal Courts of Justice (where you will sit in on a criminal trial in process),
Old Bailey, Whitechapel (Jack-theRipper) tour, Tower of London, and discussions with Metropolitan Police Officers.

The trip to London is a component of our Intersession course CRJC 370 or 670.  Tuition for the course will be billed through the university cashier.
Participants should register through Banner when Summer registration opens in April.

Passport required by February 1, 2015.

Cost of travel should be paid through this site.  Select Registration > All Courses > China.  The cost includes:

  • Airfare
  • Ground transportation in London
  • Lodging
  • Daily breakfasts and four dinners are included.
  • Expert local guides


$500 non-refundable deposit due by February 1.  Deposit applied toward cost of travel.

 

 

 

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