Involvement at the elementary level in spoken and written use of Spanish through class experience and language laboratory. Introduction to the peoples and cultures of Spain and Spanish America.
IHIST 1112: World History since Mid-17th Century (Dr. Franklin)
A survey of the main currents of political, social, religious, and intellectual activity from the Age of Discovery to the present.
Travel will include time in the following locations:
Talk to your Piedmont Advisors about your circumstances.
Your Academic Advisor can make sure you are taking classes that keep you track to graduate.
Career Services will give you advice about how to make the most of your experience.Travel study is a great way to build employable skills and begin to fill up your resume. Having a plan before you leave is the best way to get the most out of the experience.
Financial Aid can verify whether your financial aid package can be applied to the faculty-led courses.
Apply for a Passport
At times it can take 6-8 months for your passport application to be processed, so apply early.
If you already have a passport, check to make sure that it does not expire within 6 months of your RETURN date. You may not be allowed into the host country by immigration officials if it expires in less than 6 months.
Apply for Scholarships
See Travel Study Director for some scholarships that may be able to help you pay for your travel study experience.
Deadline for fee is March 1st. The fee is non-refundable, unless the trip is cancelled or there are extenuating circumstances preventing a student from participating.
Attend Required Orientation Seminar (dates TBA)
An orientation seminar for all students traveling abroad will be offered during February. The seminar will cover logistical concerns (university paperwork, passports, travel health insurance, etc.), safety while traveling and will prepare you to get the most out of your travel study experience.