Oct. 23, 2018
Webster is offering six fantastic programs in various locations from Vienna, to Thailand, to Ecuador for students this Spring Break.
These courses are taught during the Spring semester with the study abroad component taking place over Spring Break. Three of the six courses are taught online so they will work well for students at any Webster University campus.
Options for both undergraduates and graduate students are available in a variety of academic disciplines including: Art History, Advertising, Biology, International Business, International Technology Management/Cybersecurity, and the Global Citizenship Program.
These exciting short-term programs are created and instructed by Webster faculty, and organized through the Office of Study Abroad. The class offerings are listed below. Click on the class links for dates and more info.
Students have traveled all over the world to explore cultures as part of the curriculum. Apply now and dive into a brand new experience Spring Break 2019.
- Dublin, Ireland- International Computer Crime ITM 9950: (Online) Dublin has become the Western hub of cyber activity. With the influx of digital business has come the rise of cybercrime. The class will have the rare opportunity of speaking with enforcement officials, cyber professionals and business owners in Dublin, providing students an opportunity to study and compare how law is enforced domestically and abroad.
- Bangkok and Cha’Am, Thailand- Thailand: Business and Life INTB 9950: (Online) Business and Life provides a unique experience for students to first learn about a country, then experience it first-hand. The course goes from using secondary resources to primary research in each student’s area of interest. Topics include tourism, business, education, religion, and social issues.
The application deadline is Nov. 15 and students can apply through the Office of Study Abroad web site. Scholarships are available.
If you have any questions or need further information, email the Office of Study Abroad or call (314) 246-6988.
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