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Experience Greek culture, past and present, in this two-week study abroad trip that will take you to Crete and Athens.
Spend the day in the ancient agora just like Socrates as you study global citizenship and get in touch with the society that led to our democratic ideals.
Who can pass up Greek cooking lessons or learning about the processes for making olive oil, honey, cheese, wine and ceramics? And then there's the chance to explore Greek music and dancing.
Learn why the Greeks are known for their hospitality, and how their past still influences us today.
About Greek Culture
Prerequisite: Predeparture course with assigned readings and research. PHIL:241 encouraged but not required.
Academic credit: 2 semester hours
Majors of interest: Open to all majors
Financial aid: Need-based aid may be available
Benefit: By immersing yourself in the Crete countryside, you'll experience history first hand