Scotland:  Literature and Applied Fermentation

July 30th to August 11th|  Apply Now!

While in Scotland

Discover literature and films that examine the cultural history, woriting, language and social influences of Scotland and its people or introduce yourself to the biology and chemistry of wine and cheese production.  Visit places such as the St. Andrews Lammas Medieval Market and St. Andrews British Golf Museum.  Experience the cities of Edinburgh and St. Andrews and play golf at the St. Andrews Links golf courses.

Academic Program

3 credits -Introduction to World Short Fiction - LITR 241
3 credits - Literature and Film - LITR 243
3 credits - Applied Fermentation - BIOL 280


Estimated program fee of
$3,250. Program Fee Includes: in-country transportation, golf, lodging, admission fees, some meals, insurance & $100 application fee. Program Fee Does Not Include: Ferris tuition, required textbooks, passport, airfare & personal expenses.           

Without Golf Program Fee:  $2795

Estimated Total Cost with *Airfare: $5,560

*Airfare costs may vary

Living Arrangements

Program participants will reside in hotels.

Course Information

Professor John Caserta, ASC 3072

Professor Mike Ryan, ASC 2115