The program is six weeks long, with tentative dates from June 27 through August 6, 2013. The program allows students to earn a total of six credits in either Communication or Anthropology while overseas. The communication courses available include:Communication COM 295*: Theories of Communication (3 credits) COM 375**: Communication Research (3 credits) *Completion of COM 101 preferred **Completion of STA 215 preferred Communications students will hone their research skills while exploring the rich diversity of global communication practices. Students will learn key research techniques such as observation, interviewing and surveying while in locations such as the Tower of London and the British Museum. Financial aid and grants are available, and the deadline to apply for the program is February 1, 2013. Anyone who is interested can contact Professor Leek at email@example.com, or visit the Padnos Center for more information.
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