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Global Seminars

Global Seminars are short-term courses that are led by Saint Anselm faculty. They are offered during the spring semseter and during summer school. Spring semster courses combine classroom instruction throughout the semester and an international component in January, Spring Break, or May. The international component enables you to learn first hand about the content you have learned in the classroom.

Global Seminars that run during summer school depart during the the first week of session one and vary in length.

The following Global Seminars are being offered during summer 2016 and the 2016 - 2017 academic year. If you have questions, please contact the faculty director for each program. Additional information about each program and applications can be found by searching the Study Abroad Program Map.

Spring Semester 2017


BU 324: Business in Developing & Emerging Markets: Costa Rica

  • Faculty Director: Professor Frutos-Bencze, Economics and Business Department
  • Class will meet during the spring 2017 semester; International travel January 6-14, 2017

NU499: Community & Public Health Nursing Clinical in Costa Rica

  • Faculty Director: Professor Pamela Preston-Safarez, Nursing Department
  • Class will meet during the spring 2017 semester; International clinical travel January 7-15, 2017

HI 399: The Cold War: Cuba

  • Faculty Directors: Professor Matt Masur & Professor Philip Pajakowski
  • Class will meeting during the spring 2017 semester; International travel March 4-12, 2017

Summer 2017


Excavation at Castel Viscardo, Italy

  • Faculty Director: Professor George, Classics Department
  • Tentative Dates: May 22 - July 1, 2017

Field Studies in Tropical Biology (BI222): Belize

  • Faculty Directors: Professor LaPlante & Professor Berry, Biology Department
  • Course dates: May 22 - June 2, 2017
  • Prerequisites: completion of the spring semester course Tropical Biology (BI221) and permission to register by instructor
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