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Cooperative Center for Study-Abroad (CCSA)

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Consortium Program - Summer or Winter - Two or Four Weeks

Program Overview:

CCSA is a consortium program that offers study-abroad and internship opportunities in the following countries: Australia, Belize, Canada, England, Ghana, Hong Kong, India, Ireland, Jamaica, Scotland and South Africa. Please see CCSA Web site for more information regarding programs, credit hours, general itinerary, lodging, meals, cost, payment, and deadlines.

CCSA Application:

*Please apply online at the CCSA website. The application fee will be paid on the CCSA website. You are also required to fill out the APSU Study-Abroad Application. You do not have to pay a second application fee to APSU.

Courses:

Courses are offered in the following disciplines: Advertising, Anthropology, Archaeology, Asian Studies, Biology, Business, Communication, Economics, Education, English, Environmental Health Science, Geology, Geography, History, International Business, Law, Literature, Marketing, Management, Media Studies, Music Business, New Media, Nursing, Occupational Therapy, Organizational Communication, Peace Studies, Philosophy, Psychology, Public Relations, Sociology and Theatre.

Financial Aid :

Your current scholarships and financial aid may apply toward the cost of the program. Call the Office of Student Financial Aid at (931) 221-7907 to schedule an appointment with a financial aid counselor.  Additional scholarships and travel grants are available through the Office of International Education.  View more information on financial aid.

Contact:
Dr. Mickey Wadia (Languages and Literature) at (931) 221-7448 or WadiaM@apsu.edu.
Office: Harned Hall, Room 227

Summer 2015 Programs

*Application deadline for summer programs: February 27, 2015

**Early application deadline: $100 Discount for applications received by February 13, 2015

Courses with APSU professors in Summer 2015

For courses taught by non-APSU faculty, go to this website: CCSAStudents taking a CCSA course taught by a non-APSU professor will still receive APSU credit. During the application process, the student will have to discuss with his/her advisor what APSU course will be equivalent to the course that will be taken abroad.

Belize: May 14  to 30, 2015

  • GEOSCIENCE: From Mayan Ruins to Caribbean Reefs: the Geography of Middle America.          Contact: Dr. Christine Mathenge at mathengec@apsu.edu  

London: July 10 - August 9, 2015

  • ART/PAINTING: Watercolor Painting in a Digital Age. Contact: Professor Suta Lee at lees@apsu.edu    
  • LEADERSHIP SCIENCE: Power, Politics & Paradigms: Advanced Leadership Systems.                     Contact: Dr. Vikkie McCarthy mccarthyv@apsu.edu

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