Erica Maxwell Features Writer College can open up many doors for students; one of these doors is the opportunity to travel. Millersville University is offering a summer class that will include a trip to Northern . . .
Students now have a chance to see one of the most interesting places in the world. Dr. Schreiber and Dr. Witmer are offering the opportunity to travel to India this summer and delve into one of the oldest cultures in the world. The trip can count as credit hours for Interpersonal Communication, Intercultural Communication, or South Asian History. Each participating student is assigned reading prior to the trip respective to the class they enroll in, and will get the opportunity with this trip to see their lessons come to life. . . .
This summer will be the fifth summer that Dr. Xienema Catepillan, of the Math Department, will be offering a math course in Mexico. The course, Mathematics in Non-European Cultures, is designed for college level students to learn about ancient Mayan History, culture, and mathematics as they travel through the ruins of the Yucatan Peninsula. The instructors for the course are top scholars in the field of Mayan archaeology. . . .
Ever wonder what the culture is like in another country, but you know you think you can’t afford to travel that far just for the adventure? Then you should consider studying abroad! The Millersville University Global Education and Partnerships program allows you to travel to another country and receive college credits by completing one or more courses while there. You can travel to countries such as like England, France, Ireland, Germany, Spain, and many more exciting places. The steps to studying abroad are simpler than you might think. . . .
The university Study Abroad program offers students not only a rewarding education, but also a cultural experience that can change a student’s life.
Adam Shickling, a junior, studied abroad in London his sophomore year from September 2008 to December 2008. “It was an amazing experience. Studying abroad is the best decision I’ve ever made,” Shickling said.
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