Agriculture in Europe
Undergraduate and graduate students will experience a variety of agricultural enterprises including viticulture, ornamental horticulture, agronomic crops, beef, dairy and sheep production from a European perspective.
Students will also gain knowledge regarding central European soils and forages as well as challenges facing American/European trade and economics. Come explore France and Italy with us as we combine culture, history and agriculture for an experience that will enhance your education. This course could serve as advanced hours and as a departmental elective (see advisor).
June 7-19, 2014
- AGRI 4364/5369: International Agriculture
- AGRI 4369/5369: International Food Systems
The only requirement for this program is that the students must be of sophomore status. No visa is required for this trip.
Students participating in the program will stay in hotels in both countries arranged by Millenium Tours.
Students will be responsible for arranging their own flights.
Includes: Lodging, in-country travel, most meals, health insurance.
Not Included: Tuition, $200 study abroad service fee, airfare, some meals, spending money.
FACULTY LEADER CONTACT INFO
Dr. Bobby Lane
November 15, 2013
Submit completed application to faculty leader via email or in person.
Office of International Programs
Farrington Building, Suite 116, Huntsville, TX 77340