Debrecen: Study the history, politics, culture and language of Hungary Budapest:Study the history of Nazi and Communist Oppression, tour Budapest and more Tokaj:Study and learn about a famous wine growing area and taste the fruit of the vine. Hortobágy:Travel to Old Magyar and watch the Herdsmen in action. See an actual working farm. Oradea/Nagyvárad:Tour & introduction to students living in Romania.
3 Credits - Comparative World Governments - PLSC 331
Students will be chosen who have a minimum grade point average of 2.0 and are approved by the professor via interviews.
Estimated program fee of $3,000. Program Fee Includes: airfare, in-country transportation, lodging, admissions fees, insurance, most meals & $100 application fee. Program Fee Does Not Include: Ferris tuition, required textbooks, passport, & personal Expenses.
Estimated Total Cost: $4,095
Program participants will reside in university residence halls.
Richard Griffin, ASC 2094
P (231) 591-2761