By Kimberlee Smith

WALESKA, Ga. — Students enrolled in certain courses during Reinhardt’s 2020 Summer semester have the opportunity to study abroad in Japan. Tuition covers airfare, accommodations, transportation, all breakfasts, and most dinners. You must take four of the five courses offered to participate.

What places would you like to explore in Japan?
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The classes are International Business (BUS 407), Environmental Psychology (PSY 370), Far East Philosophy/Ethics (PHIL 204/PHIL 298), Diverse Peoples (SSC 495), & US Japanese History & Politics (HIS/POL 298/498). The classes will meet in May of 2020, and will be taught by Group Leader Professor Elizabeth Smith, as well as Professors Katrina Smith, Cheryl Brown, James Butler, and Simon Gomez.

Explore Japan firsthand on this once in a lifetime RU trip!
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This trip is also closely linked to the newly created International Relations Minor. For the minor, only needs to enroll in Introduction to International Relations (SSC 105) in the Fall of 2019, taught by Dr. Simon Gomez, and then take the rest of the above classes listed during the summer. If you have already completed some or all of these courses, you can request a substitute course or a directed study.

Learn the extensive history of Japan while having fun!
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Anyone interested in attending the trip should speak with Professor Elizabeth Smith, and can visit the business and financial aid office to make sure you don’t have any holds on your account, and to see if any scholarships or grants could help lower your costs. A $100 deposit to the Reinhardt Business Office is required to reserve your spot on the trip, which will be credited toward your Summer 2020 tuition.

For more information on the Trip (itinerary, dates, costs, etc.) please refer to the following links:

https://www.reinhardt.edu/academic-enrichment/where-in-the-world-ru-going/study-abroad-japan/

https://www.efcollegestudytours.com/professors-trip/2224165MW

Email or make an appointment with Professor Elizabeth Smith for more information: eas1@reinhardt.edu or 770-720-9103


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