Interested in studying abroad? Well, here's a chance!
(3 credits) HCS 5797.01 England: The Artistry, History and Horticulture of European Gardens is happening in the upcoming May session for 2014.
Students will not have to pay for tuition on these three hours if they were a full-time student during spring semester 2014.
The course studies the factors that have shaped constructed landscapes in Europe with an emphasis on sustainability and local connections. This program examines European constructed landscapes including gardens, parks, golf courses and farms through site visits, group discussions, lectures and student presentations.
This program is open to all majors. Fee for the program is $593.
For more information check out the Office of International Affairs' page about the England trip.
If you have questions, contact Kelly Newlon (firstname.lastname@example.org).