Unique travel courses

By Ronnie Kaufman

Travel courses, a popular choice at Chapman, can often be a good way to get a GE and class out of the way. The goods news is, most are totally unique and you get to see a different part of the world.

Interterm 2016

  • Darwin and the Galapagos – ENV 227 | Quito, Ecuador
  • A Tale of Two Cities – HIST 346 and FREN 353 | London, United Kingdom; Paris, France
  • Religion and Gender in Harry Potter – REL 333 | London, United Kingdom

Previous travel courses

  • A Walk Down Wall Street – FIN 400 | New York, NY, USA
  • Building Across Cultures – BUS 486 | Hanoi, Vietnam; Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam
  • Strategic Communications in Communist Cuba – SCC 329 | Havana, Cuba
  • Women and Religion: Voodoo in Context – REL 330 | New Orleans, LA, USA
  • Rome, the Evolution of the Eternal City – ART 379 | Rome, Italy