New Summer 2014 Programs

Please check out the newest program and course options from BU Study Abroad.

Programs

Geneva

Geneva: Global Governance, Economic Development, and Human Rights – study with BU Associate Chair and Associate Professor of International Relations, Henrik Selin on this newly reconfigured four-week summer program that offers the opportunity to pursue an intensive four-credit course focusing on global topics such as the right to health, food security, and political and economic freedom.

Peru

Lima: Contemporary Politics Program – BU Assistant Professor of Political Science, Taylor Boas will offer the four-credit course Natural Resource Politics in the Andes.  Explore the critical issue of resources extraction over a period of four weeks while living in Lima.

Venice

Venice Environmental Studies Program, explore the historical and dynamic city of Venice in the context of the mounting challenges related to climate change and the impact of this phenomenon on the Venice lagoon. Students enroll in two four-credit courses that investigate this issue from both a scientific and policy-making angle.

Courses

The following program locations will be offering new courses in the fields of math, management, and marketing:

Dublin

Now offered on the Summer Dublin Internship Program – SMG FE 445: Investment Analysis and Portfolio Management, to complement a four-credit internship placement course in a related field.

Grenoble

The Summer Grenoble French Studies Program is offering a mathematics track! Students enroll in CAS MA 213: Basic Statistics and Probability and a four-credit French language course. The math course will be taught in English. No prior knowledge of French is required.

Sydney

Now offered on the Summer Sydney Internship Program – SMG MK 467: International Marketing Management to complement a four-credit internship placement in a related field.

Washington, DC

The Summer Washington Internship Program curriculum now includes SMG SM 221: Probabilistic and Statistical Decision Making for Management. This six-credit management course will be taken along with a four-credit internship in business and economics.