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Along with classroom learning on campus, some students may wish to enhance their college experience with travel and educational opportunities abroad. The College offers a variety of options. DCC can make arrangements through cooperating colleges and universities for students to study abroad for a semester, a full academic year, or short-term opportunities with full academic credit. Recently, students have taken advantage of this option to study abroad in Italy, New Zealand, Scotland, and Russia.
The College also sponsors short-term opportunities that couple travel with academic courses. Journeys have recently taken students to Greece, Germany, the Czech Republic and Poland; China; Spain; Jamaica; Peru and Bolivia; Ecuador; Costa Rica; and Italy. Check back for upcoming opportunities.
Interested students should contact the Office of Instruction & Learning at 431-8965 or by e-mail.
Jamaica – ENG 280 – Cultural Analysis of Caribbean Literature – March 2023
Travel to Jamaica from March 19 to 26, 2023, attend pre- and post-travel classes and experience a cultural immersion. Earn three credits after attending six classes; participating in multiple tours, lectures, and service projects; completing a daily journal and a ten-page critical analysis paper; and reading two novels. These credits can be used to fulfill 200-level English requirements for LAH, EDL, and BAT students or for all others who require an Other World Civilization course to fulfill their requirements for graduation. Contact: Jacqueline Goffe-McNish, email@example.com, 431-8445, Hudson Hall 408C. Cost per student (not including tuition/fees): $1,600. This includes airfare, hotels, and two meals per day. You may pick up a brochure in the English Department.
Tuition is $192 per credit for NYS residents; fees for study abroad courses average about $144. FULL-TIME REGISTERED DCC STUDENTS DO NOT PAY ADDITIONAL TUTION DURING THE FALL/SPRING SEMESTER. Additional travel costs apply. Please contact the course faculty member for more information.