Study in Prague with Towson University in Minimester 2018. This program will introduce students to the key environmental, cultural, and historical processes that have helped form the modern Czech Republic.
More than 25 years after the fall of communism, Prague – the largest city and capital of the Czech Republic – is now one of Europe’s most popular tourist destinations. Centrally located between east and west, the city offers students a unique opportunity to experience first-hand the way of life found in a traditional European urban area. Learn geography while exploring and enjoying the cultural, social, historical, architectural, and environmental delights of Prague. Participants will explore issues in the Czech Republic through field observation, visits to related sites, and guest lectures from local experts.
This course is open to undergraduate and graduate students. TU students may receive Honors credit for their study abroad experience.
Students choose one of the following courses:
- GEOG 102 World Regional Geography (3 credits, Core 12)
- GEOG 494 Travel and Study (3 credits)
- GEOG 584 Travel and Study (3 credits, graduate students only)
- GEOG 678 Special Topics in Geography and Environmental Planning (3 credits, graduate students only)
Faculty Director: Dr. Natalia Fath – Department of Geography & Environmental Planning
Program Schedule (PDF) (subject to change)
Did you know scholarships are available and financial aid can be used for study abroad? Visit our website at https://www.towson.edu/academics/international/abroad/scholarships.html for instructions on how to apply for the TU Instiutional Study Abroad Scholarship and for information about applying for additional aid. More good news! To encourage more TU students to study abroad in the Czech Republic special consideration will be given to scholarship applicants who choose this program. Don’t delay – scholarship applications are also due by October 15th.
For more information and to apply, click here.