Study Spanish Art/Culture in Spain
Sam Houston State University offers the unique opportunity for students to earn college credit at the Universidad de Castilla-La Mancha, Spain during Summer I Session, 2013. The University Community-Toledo. The “Imperial City of Toledo,” 70 kilometers (40 miles) from Madrid, expresses the most complete and characteristic ensember of all that is genuinely Spanish. Located at the crossroad of civilizations, Toledo arose as the coveted prize of many cultures, including Christian, Jewish and Moorish. The accumulation of artistic, religious, and civic monuments speaks for a characteristic blending of styles - Arab, Mudejar, Gothic and Renaissance - and for sustained periods of coexistence - the co-existence of people of all religions and ethnic heritages.
For more detailed program information, visit the Foreign Language Study Abroad website.
May 31-July 2, 2014
- SPAN 3380: Spanish Culture and Civilization
- SPAN 4365: Pablo Picasso and Spanish Art
- SPAN 4375: Individual Readings in Spanish
Students will need to have established course prerequisite: Grade of C or better in SPAN 3361 or consent of Chair.
The Universidad Castilla-La Mancha arranges for housing, classroom space, excursions, etc. They will also arrange the students’ homestay.
Students will arrange their own independent flights.
Includes: Lodging, meals, in-country travel, site visit fees, health insurance
Not Included: Airfare, tuition, $200 study abroad service fee, spending money
FACULTY LEADER CONTACT INFO
Dr. Enrique Mallen
December 1, 2013
Follow the instructions on this link.
Office of International Programs
Farrington Building, Suite 116, Huntsville, TX 77340