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Study Abroad

Travel to the Netherlands and Germany with John Tyler Community College in Summer 2018.

Inquiring Minds, Enlightened Societies: Amsterdam to Berlin Summer 2018

Classes offered:

SOC 268: The Analysis of Social Problems
3 credit hours

PHI 220: The History of Western Ethics
3 credit hours

These courses may fulfill your Social/Behavioral Science, Humanities, or Transfer Elective degree requirements.  Talk to your faculty advisor for more information. 

See the trip's basic planned itinerary.

Suggested timeline and payment schedule:

Download the participation form.

Signed contract and first payment of $800 due by January 10th.
2nd Payment of $800 per person by February 1, 2018
3rd Payment of $800 per person by April 1, 2018
Final payment and rooming list by May 1, 2018*

**Final cost to traveler is based on final rooming list and occupancy

For a detailed itinerary, more information or to sign up, contact:

Michael Rutz, Instructor of Sociology

Samantha Emswiler, Instructor of Philosophy

Namibia, Africa May 8-19

Classes are held at  Reynolds Community College.

BIO 299: Supervised Study in Ecology
4 credit hours

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Studies in Cultural Perceptions of Deaf Communities in Italy June 23-July 8

Classes are held at  Reynolds Community College.

ASL 293: Studies in Cultural Perceptions of Deaf Communities
3 credit hours

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Spain:  Land of Many Cultures May 14-May 24

Classes are held at  Piedmont Virginia Community College.

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Why Study Abroad?

Studying abroad transforms the way you look at the world and yourself.  For more than a decade, John Tyler Community College has organized international education trips to places such as Greece, France, Vietnam, Italy, England, Scotland, Ghana and Peru.

The courses we've covered have been just as diverse. Students have earned college credit in nursing, Spanish, philosophy, theatre, information technology, history, English, art and more, all while immersing themselves in the communities and cultures they visit.

Whether you choose to participate in one or all of the courses covered during a particular trip, you will be welcome to participate in all planned activities.

Learn more about past trips, funding your trip and travel tips about passports and safety.


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