Criminal Justice in Germany Study Abroad
This is a two-week special topics elective oriented toward criminal justice students that explores the role of the criminal justice system in Germany’s National Socialist Movement, the rise of Hitler and Nazism, and how justice reasserted itself in the aftermath of World War II during the Nuremberg Trials.
In addition, the program will explore modern criminal justice in Germany, as well as German culture, customs, and cuisine.
May 12-24, 2014
- CRIJ 4377: Special Topics: Study Abroad Germany
- CRIJ 6394: Special Topics: Study Abroad Germany
As it is a 4377 Special Topics, students will need to meet the class requirements before the trip. No visa is required for this trip.
The faculty leader will arrange the Hostel in Munich for the two weeks as well as all museum entrances, tours, etc.
Students will arrange their own independent flights and will collect in the airport based upon arrival parameters set by the faculty leader.
Includes: In-country travel, some meals, lodging, site visit fees
Not Included: Tuition, airfare, $200 study abroad service fee, some meals, spending money
FACULTY LEADER CONTACT INFO
Dr. Willard Oliver
March 7, 2014
- $300 non-refundable deposit due with application.
Submit completed application to faculty leader via email or in person.
Office of International Programs
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